The Caddo Herald
May 2, 1913
Miss Daisy Ward was in town Tuesday.
Miss Mary Howe spent Tuesday in Durant.
Fran Suttle and family are moving to Caney today.
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Moore were in Caddo Wednesday.
Mrs. Chas. Smith of Caney was in last Friday shopping.
Deputy County Attorney Grey Moore was in town yesterday.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
C. O. Markham came over from Soper Saturday and spent Sunday.
Mrs. Ben Brewer spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. E. G. Baxter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith visited relatives in Eufaula the first of the week.
Nice lot in bungalow Addition for sale right for cash, see A. C. Chaney.
When better Autos are built, Buick will build them.
Mrs. R. W. Pritchard and daughter were shopping with the Bass Co. last Monday.
Henry Braudrick came down from Caney Sunday and spent the day with homefolks.
Misses Mabel McKee, Eula Childers, and Ruth Thomas of Caney were here last Friday.
I have 260 acres of West Texas land to trade for anything of value. A. C. Chaney.
Expecting daily, car of Buick Autos, roadsters, and touring cars. Amos K. Bass, Agt.
Miss Dollie Madigar from Weston, Neb. Arrived Thursday to spend the summer with her cousin, Mrs. P. W. Howe.
There is no 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.
One-fourth off the price of all gingham and percale dresses at Huffman’s for ten days only. Now is the time to buy.
Play safe! Let W. H. Morris insure your property against loss by tornadoes. Only the best companies represented.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelly and Misses Keynon and Thompson spent Sunday eve on Blue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robinson, Miss Cora Odea, and Miss Katie Odea attended Early Mass at J. L. Boland’s last Tuesday.
Rappolee & Moore are having a new floor put in their brick building on Buffalo Street. B. F. Pinson is doing the work.
Misses Mary Gail, Lucy Board, Lula Threldkeld, and Frankie Wood visited Mrs. C. F. Manning north of town Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Geo. Jennings from Rockwall, Texas, has purchased the new bungalow erected by J. L. Campbell and will move into it Monday.
The Domestic Science Club will not hold another meeting until the regular date, which is May 20th. The place will be announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tatum from Bryan, Texas, were in Caddo this week looking after some land which he has purchased in Caddo Hills.
One of the swellest residences in Suplhur, Okla. can be traded for land in the Caddo vicinity. See A. C Chaney.
Huffman has reduced the price of his ready-to-wear gingham and percale dresses one-fourth. These dresses are excellent values at the regular price.
If you want a read Automobile, buy a Buick. Amos K. Bass, Agent.
P. H. Boxley has rented the Mrs. Mattie Bloom house, corner Arkansas and Ainsworth streets and will soon move into it.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning are preparing to move into the Dunlap property which they recently purchased.
M. L. Braudrick has been at McAlester since last Thursday undergoing an operation. He was accompanied to the hospital by A. P. Braudrick.
Craghead Bros. this week are repairing the floor, putting in a new front and awning and otherwise improving the W. T. Smith building on Buffalo Street.
W. F. Dodd, at the Corner Drug Store, put in a new and up-to-date front serving fountain this week, discarding the old one. It very much improves the looks of his store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood arrived home Monday from spending ten days at Denton, and other North Texas points, where they were called by the death of a niece of Mr. Wood.
Miss Mary Gail from Denton, Texas arrived Wednesday to take a potion as stenographer at the office of W. H. Morris. She will make her home with her old friend, Miss Frankie Wood.
Of course if you want to carry your own risks, don’t take out any insurance- but the wise man lets the big companies bear his losses. Talk with W. H. Morris about insurance today.
I did not sell my famous young Percheron horse, “Rock”, while exhibiting him at the Ft. Worth Stock Show, as is reported, but will make the season with him at my place northeast of Caddo. Chas. V. Ellis.
Bring that old watch along with you when you come to town and have it repaired at the Corner Drug Store. All work guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. W. F. Dodd
C. E. Blessing has purchased from Rudisill & Wayne, their cement business and tools. Mr. Blessing has a large number of cement contracts which will require much work during the summer.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. McCoy and children, and Mrs. C. A. Bilbo went to Ardmore Tuesday to be present the wedding of Miss Birtie McCoy which occurred Wednesday night.
L. H. Rowsey has completed cement walks around his place. W. D. Harrison has completed walks around his close-places and is preparing to build walks around his property in southwest Caddo.
The business meeting of the W. H. M. Society will be held with Mrs. J. H. Phillips and Mrs. H. D. Person Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Person. All members are urged to be present.
Word came to Caddo Wednesday that Allison Cooper died at Clifton, Texas Tuesday. He was a cousin of Amos K. Bass and has visited here several times, being winner of the roping contest two years ago.
Don’t be foolhardy and carry your own risks. It costs but little to carry good tornado insurance. Then in case of loss a company that is able to stand it bears the loss. See W. H. Morris about it today.
Listen- If you want a home see me. I have three modern improved places that I will sell you on reasonable terms and at the right prices. H. T. Chiles
Remember that reduction on all paint I have been telling you about? It will only be on a few more days. Better get busy and paint your house while paint is cheap. Remember the place, the old reliable Corner Drug. W. F. Dodd, Prop.
Mrs. Fannie M. Kirk who for the past ten months has been manager of the Commercial Hotel, left Saturday to make her home at Italy, Texas. She sold her interest in the Williams Hotel. While here Mrs. Kirk made many friends who regretted to see her leave.
Ten new automobiles arrived in Caddo this week. Brigance Hardware Co. received six Fords, and Amos K. Bass got in four Buick’s. Already several of these are sold and more have been ordered. The roads around Caddo are such that automobiling is a pleasure much enjoyed.