The Caddo Herald
March 3, 1899
The Clarion, published at Antlers, I. T., edited by J. M. White, late editor of The Caddo Herald, has made its appearance.
Now is the time to purify your blood. Take Dr. Thurmond’s blood syrup. Sold on guarantee by Wood the druggist.
The supper given by the ladies of the Baptist Church proved a success. Quite a number attended and the receipts were satisfactory.
Remember that C. A. Hancock is selling the cheapest sewing machine in Caddo with a five year guarantee. Price only fifteen dollars.
C. M. Stanly of Dallas, Texas, representing the American Union Life Insurance Company of New York, was doing business in Caddo this week.
Measles developed last week among the pupils at Mrs. Hamilton’s school and there were a number of children afflicted. The disease threatened to become epidemic in town but is somewhat under control now.
DOLLS! DOLLS! Just see our elegant line of dolls. Never been equaled in the city. W. P. Wood
C. W. Edwards succeeds Mr. Warren as railroad agent at this place. Mr. Edwards has been on this division of the M.K. & T. for seven years. Judging from the length of serve Caddo will have a good agent.
H. S. Counsel has opened a shop in Caddo and is prepared to repair watches, clock, guns, pistols, etc. His terms are reasonable and his work is guaranteed to be satisfactory.
There was a well attended and enjoyable dance at the Nail Hotel Wednesday night. Among the musical features of this happy occasion was an Italian harp played by a wandering minstrel who has become quite popular as a musician in this section.
W. H. Wheeler has rented the C. H. Bilbo opera house for a term of 18 months. Mr. Wheeler states that he will remodel, refit, and repaint the building for the general use of the public. Effort will be made to secure first class attractions during the season and make it an up to date opera house.
E. D. Warren who has for some time been the popular agent of the Katy at Caddo has been transferred to Durant. The people here regret to have Mr. Warren leave as he was generally esteemed. Mr. Edward succeeds him.