The Caddo Herald
January 9, 1903
Call No. 45 for printing.
The City Bakery has good bread.
Fire Brick and clay at Rockwell Bros.
New crop of cane syrup at Abney & Vincent’s.
Hats, hats, a slaughter sale in hats at Rutherford’s.
George Russell was in Atoka Monday “on business”.
Timothy and Walter Turnbull returned Monday to school.
Mrs. R. L. Allen of Marietta is the guest of relatives here.
Deputy Marshal A. N. Wilcox was here from Durant yesterday.
For bread, cakes, and pies, fresh every day- go to the City Bakery.
Almost anything in implements. Edward Bates & Son
Miss Jim Harrison of Durant spent Sunday visiting Miss Nellie Folsom.
R. A. Riddels and H. M. Dunlap attended to business in St. Louis this week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Greenbeck left Monday for a two weeks’ trip to Bastrop, Texas.
Ernest Bass left Monday for Dallas, where he will take a course in a business college.
H. B. Roberts of Atoka has located in Caddo and established a clothes cleaning business.
J. H. Dobson was here form Emet Wednesday. He reports everything as having been very wet.
Chas. E. McPherren has for sale a number of very desirable residence lots in any part of the city.
Miss Anna Dodd has accepted a position as central for the Choctaw Telephone Co. at this place.
Miss Ethel Cob returned to school at Paris last Saturday, having spent the holidays with her parents here.
J. E. Cosgroves returned Saturday from a visit to his parents at Alvarado, Texas. He reports a good time.
Attend the Men’s Shirt Sale no going on at our store. From 40c up. A. S. Rutherford & Co.
Capt. S. Alberti will deliver a Masonic lecture at the opera house on the night of Jan. 24. See announcement.
Messrs. Williams, Dollarhide and several others from Denison passed through Caddo yesterday enroute east for a hunt.
Photos. Photos. Photos. At Clinkscale’s gallery. All kinds. Singe, bust, groups, stores, residences, etc. Prices exactly right.
Chas. E. McPherren, W. R. McBride, and S. J. Homer attended the Single Statehood Convention at Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Mrs. C. R. Fiquet and Miss Willie Howell left Tuesday for their home at Honey Grove, after visiting relatives a fortnight here.
Misses Delphine Mugler, Effie Smith, and Mac Ellis returned Sunday to school at Whitewright, Texas after spending the holidays at home.
The wind and sun together have made a great progress this week in drying up the roads and streets. We hope for two weeks of good weather.
Dr. LeRoy Long attended the meeting of the Board of Health of the Choctaw Nation at South McAlester Tuesday and Wednesday. A number of physicians were examined and given rights to practice.
Nobby, up-to-date well made overcoats at Rutherford’s. the best line ever brought to Caddo, and prices that no one can compete with.
Marshal Wilcox arrested five negroes in and near Caddo yesterday and took them to jail. They were charged with severely burning another negro Christmas.
There was a pound party at the home of J. R. Bryant four miles west of town Wednesday night. There was a large crowd present and a big time is reported.
Quite a pleasant evening was spent last Saturday by the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Furguson. Music, games, and recitations were freely contributed and very much enjoyed.