The Caddo Herald
January 2, 1914
Miss French of Fort Worth has been the guest of the R. A. Riddels family during the holidays.
Joe Cook has returned from a visit to Rosebud, Texas where he was called on account of the serious illness of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wise returned to their home in Commerce, Texas Monday after a visit to Mrs. Wise’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Rogers.
I wish to thanks my friends for their efforts on my behalf, by which I was enabled to get the piano at the Variety Store. Ova Trout
Berry Norman was here Saturday shaking hands with old friends. He is one of the stockholders in the new gusher brought in at Ardmore last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pitchlynn have moved to town from their farm near Kenefick. They are occupying the Chile’s residence recently vacated by Tom B. Reed.
Mrs. Walter Lindsey died at their home Wednesday and was buried yesterday in Caddo Cemetery. They live on the W. T. Smith farm and her death came suddenly. (Mrs. Lindsey is not listed on the current cemetery records, which means she no longer has a headstone.)
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tanner received from the stork a most splendid Christmas gift in the arrival of a fine girl at their home. The little miss has been named Bessie Mozell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles moved this week into their new home near the new school building. This is probably the most modern home in town; is very pretty and comfortable.
Bud Manning has purchased the Chiles bungalow on Choctaw Avenue and has moved into it. Mr. and Mrs. Eggner have moved into the home just vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Chiles.
D. W. Petty of Hugo spent several days visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. T. Drake. He left this week for Trenton, Texas to visit relatives. He was accompanied by Miss Winona Drake.
Noah Arrington was in town last Saturday. He says the rains have even softened the sandy roads until they are mighty bad and it takes a whole lot of water to make sandy roads muddy.
Dr. C. L. Brown, Veterinary Surgeon, will be in Caddo each Saturday at C. L. Lievsay’s Barn and will be glad to do your practice. Consultation free.
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.
The regular meeting of the Music Club for next Saturday with Mrs. Maytubby has been postponed until Saturday Jan. 10 on account of sickness of the hostess and other members of the club.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Eichenberger arrived Sunday from Konawa and will go to housekeeping in the Bob Pace residence on buffalo street as soon as their goods arrive. Mr. Eichenberger has been here some time and went to Konawa to spend the holidays and to pack his goods for shipment.
Huffman & Brewer is the style of a new firm, being a consolidation of the stocks and resources of H. G. Huffman and Lake Brewer. They have the double building now owned by H. G. Huffman and when they get straightened out they will have one of the prettiest as well as best stocked stores in Caddo.
Post Office Store for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Denver Post and all the leading magazines, stationery, candies, cigars, light racket goods and novelties. W. W. Hendricks, Caddo, Oklahoma
In catering to your grocery wants we have but one thing in view- that is to serve you. We deliver all groceries and carry the best lines. We constantly keep our stock turning so that you may be sure that everything is clean and fresh. Bring us your produce, eggs, chickens, butter, etc. Give us a trial. J. D. Freeny
Sometime ago P. L. Rogers suffered an accident which incapacitated him for work for three weeks. He held a policy in the Woodmen Accident Insurance Association and just as soon as proofs were submitted to the company the claim was paid. Mr. Rogers is in every way satisfied with his treatment by the company.
W. F. Dodd attended the meeting of the directors of the Oklahoma and Gulf Highway Association at Ardmore Friday. He was there to present the proposition of Caddo and Kenefick and was delighted with his reception and final result of his efforts. Mr. Dodd is a pusher all right and if we follow his lead we will all be riding over good roads pretty soon.
A meeting of the members of the fire department will be held at the fire station Saturday night. Every member is requested to be present and others interested in the work are invited to be on hand. New officers will be elected and other business will be attended to. Wm. Malone and John Schwartz each have presented the fire boys with $10 as an appreciation of their good work. The boys need this and more money to buy suitable clothing.
The Woman’s’ Club Wednesday night gave their New Year’s reception and entertainment at the pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan. There were a large number present, both members and invited guests. There was no lack of interest throughout the evening. “Bean Bag” made people careful in conversation, while “Turning Over a New Leaf” was extremely interesting. The spelling contest was novel as well as exciting. Guessing at names proved difficult and the refreshments were all that the name implied, being both delicious and refreshing. As a climax the guests saw the old year go out, and the New Year, 1914, pretty and bright, come in. …(can’t read last two sentences)