The Caddo Herald
February 10, 1899
Ladies shawls and cloaks sold her at 1/3 discount at C. A. Hancock’s.
James C. Pate of Atoka is visiting relatives in the city.
D. M. McCoy is going to Sherman to visit his mother.
C. A. Hancock sells the celebrated Majestic Stove. There is none better.
Mr. W. F. Clower has been quite sick this week with grippe.
When in need of groceries, don’t forget that Tucker and Lawrence have them in abundance.
Dr. Long made a business trip to Armstrong the first of the week.
Mrs. Terry was quite sick the first of this week, but we are glad to say that she is convalescent this week.
Ladies, call at W. J. Moon’s and see the line of dress good on special sale for the next 10 days.
If you suffer with that horrible catarrh, get a bottle of Dr. Thurmond’s Catarrh cure. Sold on guarantee by Wood the Druggist.
Miss Ada Bradley of Caddo is in the city visiting as the guest of her sister Mrs. Henry Richards. Durant Eagle
Married: At the bride’s residence Caddo Hills on the 8th inst. Mr. Alfred Davis and Miss Maggie Winton. Elder J. N. Cooper, officiating
Sewing machines with five years guarantee worth twenty five dollars, sold for fifteen dollars at C. A. Hancock’s.
Tax and tags will soon by synonymous terms with the canines of Caddo. For the pith of this observation see ordinance 14.
The box supper to have been given by the ladies of the M. E. Church South, was postponed on account of the protracted meeting.