The Caddo Herald
February 13, 1903
Call No. 45 for printing.
Fine flour at Hogan Bros.
Oats. Leeper & Chiles
Corn for sale. Amos K. Bass
Something good to eat at Hogan Bros.
Reliable implements. E. Bates & Son
A new legal holiday “Side Tracked Day”.
For that tired feeling try “Side Tracked”.
Hats, hats, a slaughter sale in hats at Rutherford’s.
Greatest specialties on the stage in Side Tracked.
Remember Clinkscales Studio for the next ten days.
Miss Bessie Carroll has returned from a trip to Clinton, Missouri.
H. T. Abram was here from St. Louis attending to business this week.
O. R. Nance came in Sunday to visit relatives and friends a few days.
J. O. Abney is salesman for Ben Siegel while the latter is gone to St. Louis.
No, we are not going to sell on credit. Amos K. Bass
Almost anything in implements. Edward Bates & Son
Another car of Texas seed oats just arrived. Bass the grocer
Texas red rust proof seed oats. Leeper & Chiles
Mrs. D. M. Miller, from Atoka, visited Mrs. LeRoy Long in Caddo last week.
There will be a hot time in this town soon. No wonder. Side Tracked is coming.
Mrs. Ernest Carroll, who has been very ill for the past five weeks, is convalescing now.
C. W. Hill sends The Herald six months to his aunt, Mrs. Lee Hine at Davilla, Texas.
Gus Haas was here from Atoka yesterday, spending the time pleasantly with friends.
A.C. Joyce made a trip to Caney Monday where he bought a number of bales of cotton for C. A. Hancock. W. D. Maxwell, cotton weigher, accompanied him.
An old time spelling match will be held at the Methodist church tonight. Admission, 10c. Lots of fun.
Plenty of seed corn in a few days. Bass the Grocer
Shoes, all sizes, all kinds for all people at all prices. The best dollar shoe on earth. A. S. Rutherford & Co.
Remember we are sole distributors of the celebrated Peacemaker Flour. Bass the Grocer
I have for sale several hundred peach and apple trees of the very best varieties. A. C. Joyce
We are not selling out at cost, but the bargains we have will satisfy you. A. S. Rutherford & Co.
Attend the men’s shirt sale now going on at our store. From 40c up. A. S. Rutherford & Co.
For rent- 8 room house on west Buffalo street; good well of water, desirable location. Apply to H. T. Chiles
Almost anything in buggy harness and strap goods. Edward Bates & Son
Peter Bloom has established an up to date blacksmith shop at Caney. His brother Andrew left this week to take charge.
Miss Eva Hightower, Ida Folsom, and Jim Harrison, and Mr. Elza White, from Durant, were guests of Caddo friends Sunday.
Photos. Photos. Photos. At Clinkscales gallery. All kinds. Single, bust, groups, stores, residence, etc. Prices exactly right.
Mrs. Tom Riding left Sunday for Shawnee, O. T. after spending several weeks with the family of her brother-in-law, Peter Bloom.
Q. C. Kennedy, formerly of Dallas, will be with Clinkscales for the next ten days. If you want up-to-date photos now is your chance.
W. T. Askew, a prominent farmer of the Folsom neighborhood, was in Caddo yesterday. Mr. Askew sends the Herald to his sister at Jacks Creek, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Booker are now residents of Wapanucka. Mr. Booker has been there for some time, but only recently has his wife joined him there.
The spelling match at the Methodist church which was to have taken place last Friday night was postponed on account of rain and will take place tonight.