The Caddo Herald
August 30, 1912
Huffman’s cleanup on Soft-Shirts, nice patterns and style to go at a price that will move them.
A bloody fight! Were you in it? If so, bring your clothes to the Pantitorium and get them mended.
M. L. Tanner has bought the McGregor home on Henderson Avenue and will move into it soon.
When it comes to farm loans, A. C. Chaney has the best proposition and gets them through quickly.
D. Crosby is up from Durant this week looking after his exhibit of Baldwin Pianos at the Carnival.
Mrs. Hauer and children Clara and Mabel left last Thursday to visit Mrs. Roy Ham at Cleveland, Okla.
Miss Johnnie Hogan returned Saturday from a six week’s visit to relatives in Paris and other Texas points.
Do you want to borrow money on your farm? See the Oklahoma State Bank. Long time, low interest.
A young editor has taken up his abode with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carraway. He weighed nine pounds.
For hay ties, binder twine, etc. we are headquarters. Let us figure with you. Smith, Moore, Williams Co.
For Sale- Post office Store- consists of confectioneries, news stand, cigars, tobacco, etc. W. W. Hendricks
Mrs. W. R. Crossett from Davis, arrived Monday to visit her son G. A. Crossett and daughter, Mrs. Luther M. Wood.
Miss Marie Travis from Oklahoma City arrived Saturday to attend the Carnival and to visit her sister Mrs. W. R. McBride.
Miss Mead Pirtle and Miss Nicie Pirtle from Honey Grove arrived Tuesday to attend the picnic and visit Miss Ross Braudrick.
W. M. Smith went to Sanger, Texas Saturday, returning Sunday accompanied by his wife and son who will spend the week in Caddo.
Mrs. John Hampton, from Albany, spent a part of last week in Caddo, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Franks and Mrs. H. I. Meadows.
Fifty ladies of Caddo will recommend Spirella Corsets, not found in stores. They are made to your measure. Mrs. B. E. Homer, Corsetiere.
Carnival visitors have a chance to see some real good baseball games this week. Caddo and Leonard both have good teams and they are playing like leaguers.
Mrs. M. E. Gregg is one of the faculty of the Haskell State School of Agriculture at Broken Arrow. Mrs. Gregg formerly was teacher of the primary grade in the Caddo school.
The flies have been terrible the past two weeks, caused we believe by so many oat stacks. The Herald believes this nuisance can be abated by burning the straw stacks and disinfecting the barns and outhouses.
John T. Petty was here Saturday. He is taking some pride in the Caddo Corn Carnival for he realizes it is the biggest thing of its kind in this part of the state. He realizes it as much for Kenefick as for Caddo.