The Caddo Herald
June 14, 1901
It pays to buy at Levine’s Cut Price Store.
Prof. J. J. Scarborough left Thursday with his excellent family for Sherman where they will spend the summer.
J. M. Joyce, after spending a week with is son, A.C. Joyce, returned to his home at Franklin, Texas, Monday.
J.N. Jackson has purchased the meat market of Ellis & Braudrick. He invites his friends to come and see him.
J. V. Hardin left Wednesday to spend a fortnight among his old friends at Amarillo, Texas. His parents also live there.
Miss Daisy O’Neal of Wapanucka, who has been visiting her friend Miss Gertrude Thompson, returned home Tuesday.
C. L. Smith came over from Ardmore to visit his brother, I. L. Smith and attend the races. He purchased some horses.
By their dinners given last Friday and Saturday in the Moon building, the ladies of the Presbyterian Church cleared $65.
Judge Bryant, Tom Randolf, J. G. Davis, and Wm. McBride from Sherman were here Wednesday enroute to Gov. Jones’ funeral.
Bishop Lane of the Colored Methodist Church will occupy the pulpit of his people in Caddo Sunday. Everyone is invited to hear him.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joels of Denison, B. Schlosberg of Durant, and A. and I. Lipshitz of St. Louis, were the guests of Ben Siegel in Caddo Monday.
S. C. Hieronymous was in town from Boggy Depot Wednesday. We were very glad to meet hm. He promised to send us in occasional news items.
The canning season is nearly here. Remember I have several gross of fruit jars and jelly glasses. My prices are pleasing to you. J. F. Lamb
Lost from my pasture, one 2 year-old dun filly about May 24, branded L. F. I will pay $5 reward for her return to me. L. S. W. Folsom
When you want to purchase boots or shoes examine my large well selected stock. I can fit and satisfy you in quality and make up. C. A. Hancock