The Caddo Herald
May 9, 1913
Mrs. L. M. Witte came in last Friday from Wagoner to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. A. T. Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray have moved back to Caddo from Shawnee. It’s the same old story, there’s no place like Caddo.
The Czerny Club meets with Mrs. Bilbo Saturday afternoon. Charlene Hogan as leader. All members are urged to be present.
The recital of the pupils of Miss Voylee will be held at the opera house tonight (Friday) beginning promptly at 8. Admission 25c and 15c.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen left Wednesday night for Greenville, Texas to attend the bedside of the doctor’s father who is ill with pneumonia.
For Sale- One pair good 3 year old mules, well broke. For price and terms see J. H. McCalman, Caddo, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz have returned from a two weeks visit to relatives at Stillwater. They were accompanied by Miss Francis Harington, Mrs. Schwartz’s sister.
I did not sell my famous young Percheron horse “Rock” while exhibiting him at the Ft. Worth Stock Show, as is reported, but will make the season with him at my place Northeast of Caddo. Chas. V. Ellis
Bring that old watch along with you when you come to town and have it repaired at the Corner Drug Store. All work guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. W. F. Dodd
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 34. Sargent Bros.
E. A. Benton has bought the Waldorf Café, taking charge May 1. Mr. Benton has a good business, and is bending every effort to hold and to add to it. His motto is to please his customers and he will do that if it takes all he has.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blessing, H. G. Milburn, Tom Gross, and Mr. Kelly went to Durant Friday night to play for the high school play. These people make a very fine orchestra and receive many compliments on their ability wherever they go.
Four counties in Oklahoma produced last year more cotton than did Bryan. Year before Bryan County was first in cotton production. Last year Bryan County produced 35,500 bales. Jackson County’s product was largest, with 41,396 bales.