The Caddo Herald
April 7, 1899
Deputy Marshal Wall of Durant was in the city this week.
R. L. Cook of Sherman was in the city this week on business.
T. W. Hunter of Armstrong Academy was in Durant Wednesday.
Born on the 3rd instant to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith, a son.
Go to Ben Siegel for the finest shoes and slippers. He has a line of slippers.
Clayton West of Dallas was in town Wednesday selling goods.
Wall paper, paints, and oils at – W. P. Wood
Several Durant gentlemen attended Odd Fellows lodge Saturday night.
R. T. Lynch has a good gasoline stove for sale.
J. M. White of Antlers, I. T., editor of the Clarion, was in Caddo yesterday.
Men’s fine plaid suits in all colors and sizes for $2.95; worth $6.75 at Ben Siegel.
Happy is the family who uses W. J. Moon’s 1st patent flour, guaranteed with any flour on earth.
A 13 year old colored girl died near town Sunday night from a relapse of measles.
The new office building of attorney Homer and Dr. Long is nearing completion.
Farmers state that corn planting will be very late this spring owing to the backward season.
Boys knee suits for spring and summer for 75c, worth $1.75 at Ben Siegel’s.
Dr. T. B. Bryan is now occupying his new office building on Buffalo Street.
Henry Skaggs charged with “introducing and selling whisky” was bound over in the Mayor’s court Wednesday in the sum of $250.
John Dorsey was discharged in the Mayor’s court Wednesday on charge of introducing liquor.
The new residence of W. J. Moon is taking shape rapidly and will soon be an ornament to the neighborhood.
The prettiest colors, patterns, and designs in lawns and organdies at very low prices at Ben Siegel’s.
D. McCoy’s new building on Main Street is now up and begins to look like a substantial structure.
Ladies, call at Moon’s and ask to see his low cut shoes, from 50 cents to $2.50.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Plummer of Wapanucka have been in town this week visiting friends.
Are you building or contemplating building? If so see W. P. Wood for your paints and wallpaper. He has the stock on hand.
Orland Jenkins, a railroad man of South McAlester, was accidentally killed at that place by a friend Wednesday night.
The finest line of pants Caddo ever saw you will find at my store and we sell them at your price and we are overstocked in them. Ben Siegel.
The sloppy condition of the walks in Caddo yesterday was object lesson to the public spirited citizens and to the municipal government. Sidewalks are the most needed thing at this time.
T. H. P. Smith has the contract to sink a well at the intersection of Buffalo Street and the street in front of the Presbyterian Church for public purposes.