The Caddo Herald
August 1, 1913
Of Local Interest
County Judge J. L. Rappolee and Cecil J. Bilbo were up from Durant Tuesday and went on the Carnival Booster trip.
Dr. J. R. Allen accompanied T. B. Turnbull to Sherman Wednesday where Mr. Turnbull is confined with typhoid in the hospital.
Rid your premises of chicken mites, lice and fleas with Dr. Hess’ Dip and Disinfectant . Get it at the Corner Drug Store.
W. F. Nunnally was here Wednesday from Twelve Mile. He says everybody in his neighborhood will swat the court house and bond issue hard.
We have $50,000 private money for farm loans. No delay- pay out same day title is approved. Ray’s Realty Co. List your farm with us for a quick sale.
Dr. Hess’s Fly Chaser. The only preparation on the market that is guaranteed to keep the flies away from your stock. For sale at the Corner Drug Store.
New, clean groceries at Haralson’s. Stock just put up. No old goods. I would like a part of your trade. Free delivery. Phone me your wants.
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 84. Sargent Bros.
Post Office Store for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Denver Post and all the leading magazines, stationery, candies, cigars, light racket goods and novelties. W. W. Hendricks, Caddo, Oklahoma.
Roy Riddels was here Wednesday from Fort Worth.
Ray’s Realty Co.; have several clients wanting to buy 40 and 80 acre farms near Caddo at once. List with us for a quick sale.
Just received a full line of the celebrated South Band Watches. The kind that keeps time all the time. Come in and let us tell you about these good watches, also how you can get one on the easy payment plan. W. F. Dodd
Remember that reduction on all paint I have been telling your about? It will only be on a few more days. Better get busy and paint your house while paint is cheap. Remember the place, the old reliable Corner Drug. W. F. Dodd, Prop.
We are able to pay more this summer for 7ft. Bois D’Arc posts. It’s the best time to work up your timber. See us for prices. Lingo-Leeper Co.
Am prepared now to do flat work, washing, and ironing. Have the new machinery installed and am able to do more and better work. J. R. Bryant
Mrs. H. T. Chiles and Mrs. A. F. Manning accompanied the boosters to Denison Tuesday returning on the train.
About the bravest car driver in the whole crew was Miss Neomi Bowman, who drove her Ford the entire trip. In her car was Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Frazier, Hatsell Powell and Clarence Dodd.
The ladies of the Civic Club will give a special program consisting of songs and readings in connection with the moving picture show Friday night, August 1st. Admission regular price.
The Woman’s Missionary Society meets next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. A. Beaird and Mrs. J. C. Brigance at the home of Mrs. Beaird. All members are urged to be present.
S. O Turrentine and Miss Mckay returned last Thursday form a visit to Mineral wells, Fort Worth and other Texas points. They left last Saturday for their home in Georgia after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cossart for the past month.
Mrs. B. E. Homer at her handsome home Monday evening entertained in honor of her guests, Miss Irma Smith and Miss Ola Smith of Chicago and Miss Loiuse Davis of Durant. In response to many invitations many young people assembled to enjoy the festivities prepared. Mrs. Homer is a delightful entertainer and on this occasion she added more laurels to her reputation.
One of the most delightful affairs of the season was the porch party given by Mrs. J. K. Bass and Mrs. H. T. Styron at the beautiful home of Mrs. Bass on Buffalo street, Wednesday afternoon honoring their guests Mrs. Teubner of Atoka and Mrs. Locket and daughter of Pasadena, Calif. Hearts were played throughout the evening, Mrs. J. H. Cossart winning high score. Punch was served during the games, after which delicious brick cream with tiny red hearts and cake was served to the following: Mesdames Jim Goddard, R. H. Carraway, C. A. Bilbo, S. Turner, M. L. Tanner, B. E. Homer, O. R. Smith, W. F. Dodd, W. F. Clower, E. D. Bennett, C. A. Hancock, V. Marple, J. D. Maytubby, H. Edwards, A. K. Bass, and Misses May Howe, Clower, Nancy Bell, Neva Ray, Lois Hill, Ona and Irma Smith, and Agnes Carraway.