The Caddo Herald
February 20, 1905
(from Twenty Years Ago today column)
A.E. Richey announced as an independent for recorder. A.P. Braudrick for marshal and W. W. Clinkscales had announced as democrats.
Two dozen live quail were on exhibition at Diffenderffer’s.
A revival meeting of all churches was to begin Feb. 19.
M. G. Boxley & Son conducted a big sale and had to close their doors from time to time.
The Farmers Union had bought seed potatoes by the car and saved some money on the deal.
Six degrees below zero was reported Feb. 20, 1905. The weather had continued cold for three weeks.
Ben Siegel advertised a reward of $250 to anyone who could prove that his prices were not lower than any store in Caddo.
Boone was conducting a removal sale.
Mrs. Hill was in St. Louis and Mrs. Lynch in New York buying spring millinery.
E. T. Hamer bought the racket store from B. F. Pinson.
A meeting was called by W. G. Ward and A. B. McCoy of people interested in a hog law for the prairie.
Dean & McGinnis put in a new hardware and implement store.