The Caddo Herald
October 18, 1901
The new desks for the __me school arrived Saturday, and have been installed in the school buildings. They are models of elegance and convenience and make it better for the children.
Dr. Street of Riddle and Street, the South McAlester oculists, will be in Caddo two days next week beginning with Thursday Oct. 24th. He can be consulted at Wood’s drug store.
It pays to buy at Levine’s.
Remember that I keep the celebrated Clover brand of shoes, the brand that has been thoroughly tested. Examine my large stock, buy them, try them, and be convinced. C. A. Hancock.
Say, George, I’ve found it. A. J. Vaughn’s grocery, restaurant, and lunch stand. On Buffalo Street near the depot. He keeps the best of staple and fancy groceries. Lunch in connection.
Thursday night somebody’s friend stole from my barn a sack of bran. Now please be my friend long enough to bring it back and oblige. N. Miller
Just received fifty rolls of new patterns for wallpaper, which will be sold very cheap, considering quality. Borders are now the same price per roll as wall paper and ceiling. W. P. Wood
The new M. E. Church south is assuming some proportions. It will have a width of 50 feet and to a lot depth of 42 feet. It is modern in shape and will be a handsome building when completed.
LeRoy Farrington living five miles northeast of Caddo, died last Sunday of appendicitis. The remains were interred in the Caddo Cemetery Monday. He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his loss.
The Maddox Real Estate Co. have some bargains in personal property which it will pay you to investigate. Read their adv. every time as it has something interesting in it. They want some rent houses.