The Caddo Herald
December 2, 1910
Will Semple is in Okla. City attending the special session of the legislature.
Judge Rappolee and family of Durant were guests of Caddo friends this week.
Joe Simpson was here Wednesday representing the American Type Founders Company.
Sam Maytubby arrived today from Lexington, Va. where he had been attending school.
Thedin’s will be the Santa Claus headquarters, so bring the children to see the toys and dolls.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society will give a free will offering social at the K. P. Hall on Friday evening, Dec. 9th. Refreshments will be served free. Everybody come out and have a social gathering.
Columbus Folsom is here from Oregon and will spend several days visiting relatives and old time friends.
W. L. Earnest, of Muskogee, is here this week representing the Michigan Sate Life Insurance Company.
Mrs. Will Moon and children are here from Nashville, Okla. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Slack.
Rev. Holley, the new Methodist minister, arrived last week and preached his first sermon in Caddo last Sunday.
Thedin has got ‘em. What? All kinds of dolls and toys, the most up-to-date ever shown in Caddo and at low prices.
There will be preaching at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours. Everybody cordially invited.
Photos- Clinkscales will be in Caddo every Saturday. Tent on Buffalo Street west of old post office building. All work guaranteed.
Congregational meeting after morning services at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday. Every Presbyterian is requested to be present. Business of importance.
Dr. W. F. Ballard, V. S., will be at Caddo Dec. 4th to 16th. After that time he will return to Big Springs, Texas to close out his business to locate in this country. Bring in your sick and cripples and horses with bad teeth. All examinations free.
We pay the market price for all kinds of grain and hay. Also will exchange manufactured stuff for raw stuff. Hoping to be favored with your patronage, we will endeavor to serve you to the best of our advantage. Katy Mill & Elevator Co. P. c. Tarver, manager.