The Caddo Herald
February 10, 1899
AT AUCTION! Ten Acres of Land in Caddo to be Sold for Residence Lots
On Monday, February 20, 1899, I will sell at public outcry, for residence lots, the following described land in the incorporated town of Caddo, I. T.: Ten acres in the eastern portion of the town, about 200 yards from the depot. This is high, dry, sandy hill land- no black mud. This will be a genuine sale- no by bidding. It is your chance to secure a very desirable residence lot. Remember the date- February 20. J. C. Hampton.
Strayed from the undersigned at Utica, I. T. one dark bay or brown horse, about 16 hands high, 7 years old, shod in front, harness marks, tip of right ear split. Got away abut December 29th. Will pay above reward for said horse delivered at my house. R. B. Harrison.
The thoroughbred Hereford bull, “General” will make the season of thirty days at farm one half mile East of depot. Terms, single leap, $2.50. J. C. Hampton, Caddo, I. T.
One hundred acres of good land for rent in a high state of cultivation, four miles south of Caddo with two rent houses on the place for $175 cash. Apply to C. A. Hancock.