The Caddo Herald
March 21, 1913
Of Local Interest
W. H. Morris was in Durant Monday.
C. B. Cochran was up from Durant yesterday.
Buy a Ford automobile runabout fully equipped form Brigance Hardware Co., for $570.
For Rent- Five room house close in; good barn, big lot. See Peter Bloom
We have bought and expect delivery in two weeks, ten Ford automobiles. Brigance Hardware Co.
Sam Jed went to Dallas Tuesday on business that will occupy all this week.
Copies of the Easter edition of Oklahoma City Times, containing club histories, will be on sale at Mrs. W. H. Morris’ 5c a copy
The Home Mission Society will give an Easter egg hunt Friday after school. The public is invited to meet at the old school building. Price 10c.
Try an acre or two of peanuts on your farm this year. It will help your land besides giving some mighty good horse and hog feed.
The Home Mission Society invites the public to meet at the old school building Friday after school to engage in an Easter egg hunt. Price 10c.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd went to Savoy Sunday, returning Tuesday. They made the trip in Mr. Dodd’s runabout and report the roads somewhat rough.
Word was received from Chicago this week that Miss Ruth Bloom had successfully undergone an operation for appendicitis and is now getting along nicely.
For Sale, trade or rent, my brick sale barn in Caddo, on Arkansas Street just north of Security National Bank. For particulars see Robbins & Bennett. F. C. Mugler
$100,000 to loan on farm land. I make inspections the day application is made. A. C. Chaney
Boost the sewer bonds.
Snow fell here last Saturday morning but melted as it fell. Some of the early gardens were slightly injured, but the fruit was not injured. A good rain fell yesterday.
You can say goodbye to constipation a clear conscience if you use Chamberlain’s Tablets. Many have been permanently cured by their use. For sale by all dealers.
W. E. Brigance is now assistant cashier of the Oklahoma State Bank, taking the place of C. J. Bilbo, who has gone to Denver. Mr. Brigance is a fine young man, and we predict for him a successful career in his new calling.
Sol. J. Homer and Miss Mary Goforth were married in Sherman, Texas last Friday by Judge T. W. Hudson. Both contracting parties formerly lived in Caddo, but will make their home in Durant where Mr. Homer is practicing his profession.
Rev. Jerry H. Crane and family arrived Monday from Idabel and are living in one of the Harrison houses in South Caddo. Rev. Crane has accepted the call as pastor of the Baptist church here and at Bokchito, giving half of his time to each place.
North Bros. Stock Co. played “Ishmael” to a fairly good house at the opera house Monday night. The play was well received by the crowd, though the company was hampered by lack of room. This company plays the remainder of the week in Durant.
I still have a good team to sell; one good smooth horse and one good brood mare, weight about eleven hundred pounds. Either will work anywhere, single or double. Will have them at Caddo Saturday, March 22nd. E. B. Ingle
Postmaster Markham has received authority to extend route No. 1 so as to go around section 9, just south of Kenefick, in fact this line forms the South boundary limit of that town. The service will begin April first. This makes the route 2 miles longer and ads $8 per month to the pay of the carrier.
For the convenience of our patrons we have placed a stock of lamps at W. W. Hendricks’ newsstand at the post office. Mr. Hendricks will be pleased to furnish you lamps for cash or credit. Caddo Power Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Will R. McBride and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bilbo left Sunday for Denver, Colo. to make their homes. Mr. McBride still retains his interest in the Oklahoma State Bank and will make frequent visits to Caddo. Mr. Bilbo formerly was assistant cashier of this bank, and goes to Denver to take a place in the Denver Safety Deposit Company.