The Caddo Herald
March 21, 1913
The Herald sells toilet paper.
Tom Smith returned from Bennington Sunday.
Dr. Allen was a business visitor to Denison Monday.
John L. Boland was in Durant Tuesday on legal business.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
Mrs. J. R. Allen visited Mrs. W. F. Semple in Durant Tuesday.
Miss Vivan Allen spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Denison.
Mrs. Henry Braudrick and children spent Sunday with relatives in Caney.
Wayne Braudrick came down from Caney and spent Sunday with homefolks.
Mrs. J. L. Sargent and Mrs. Rom Sargent visited their sister Mrs. Hester in Caney Sunday.
Miss Flora Riddle and Miss Alma Hauer spent the day Sunday in the country with friends.
Mrs. L. M. Witt from Wagoner is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Drake, in Caddo.
P. W. Howe, F. P. Semple, and Lake Brewer attended the Knight Templar meeting at Durant Saturday night.
J. E. Bass, Hugh Maytubby, Miss Vista Slack, Miss Neva Ray, and Miss Mary Howe spent the afternoon Sunday on Red River.
Tom Harden was here Tuesday from Armstrong.
Mrs. R. C. Freeny was in town last Tuesday shopping.
Mrs. Bradley from Caney was shopping in Caddo Monday.
Clinton Rogers visited the stock show at Fort Worth last week.
E. F. Nicolds and W. E. Thedin were Durant visitors Tuesday.
Miss Lula Threldkeld spent Sunday with her sister in Calera.
Mrs. T. B. Reed and daughter are visiting Mrs. Reed’s mother in Dallas.
W. W. Rogers came in Sunday from Atoka to spend some time with home folks.
Mrs. A. F. Manning was the guest of Mrs. O. R. Nicholson in Durant last Monday.
Mrs. W. R. Bowman left Saturday for Sherman to attend the bedside of her uncle.
Mrs. Joe Doxsee returned to her home at Checotah Sunday after spending two weeks visiting relatives in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson at their home five miles south east of town.
The stores of the Bass Co. and Ben Siegel have been treated to a nice painting of green and gold in front. Of course Joe Black did the work.
If your watch needs repairing you can get it done quickly and correctly at the Corner Drug Store. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. F. Dodd
Rev. Luther Roberts went to Bennington Monday where he will assist in a revival meeting being conducted by Rev. Puckett. He will return home in time for his regular services Sunday.
There is not 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.
H. T. Styron returned Monday from Temple, Texas, where he was with Mrs. Styron, who underwent an operation. He states that Mrs. Styron stood the operation well and is now getting along nicely.
Lost- Brooch, half moon shape set with 13 Brilliants and seven Amethysts. Lost Tuesday between Bass Co.’s store and Mrs. J. W. Slack’s residence. Finder will please leave at The Herald office or return to Mrs. W. J. Baldwin.
W. W. Hendricks, agent Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, and all other leading magazine will give you all the advantages of clubbing rates by news companies. Call for subscription catalog 1913. Post Office Store, Caddo, Okla.
A Message to the Public from Mrs. B. E. Homer- Beginning Monday March 24th I will close out my entire stock of millinery at absolute cost to quit business. I have over three dozen Fisk Pattern Hats to dispose of beside a large line of trimmed hats for ladies and children. A delayed shipment will arrive about Wednesday. If you have not gotten your new hat, take advantage of the cost prices, this is your chance. Mrs. B. E. Homer
Ads- Waldorf Café, Will Gravitt
Dr. L. M. Nettleton, Dentist
J. D. Tompkin’s Meat Market
John L. Boland, Lawyer
Chas. T. McGregor, M. D. (Denison)
Rudisill & Carroll, Draymen
M. A. Linch, Dentist
J. H. McCoy, Physician and Surgeon