The Caddo Herald
January 9, 1914
Misses Mary Howe and Phyllis Hancock returned last Friday from a visit to Miss Vista Slack at Blanchard, Okla. They report a most enjoyable visit.
Just received a nice line of Boy’s Saddles, Plush Robes, Collars, and everything carried by the first-class Saddle and Harness Shop. Z. T. Finley
For rent, to responsible party, the Pate residence on Buffalo Street, formerly occupied by Verne Marple. For particulars see B. K. Pate. Phone X-52.
A.T. Hatcher has opened a new butcher shop in the Phillips Co. building and is now ready for business. He has a complete outfit, new and up to date.
Quite a crowd of Caddoites are going to Denison tonight to attend the Elks Minstrels. The Denison bunch has cordially invited the Caddo folks to come.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson moved into their new home, five miles southeast of town. It is one of the prettiest country homes in this part of the county.
Mrs. Harring of Huntington, Texas, was here Monday attending the funeral of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Boydstun. She was the guest while here of her brothers, Fred and Charles Jones.
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.
The Civic Club meets next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bilbo instead of with Mrs. Bass. This is a business meeting; all new members are requested to get their names in. All members are urged to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beaty received from the stork a fine boy for a New Year’s gift, tho’ he didn’t arrive until the 2nd. Mr. Beaty is deputy county treasurer, but his wife has been visiting her parents in Caddo the past month.
The Huffman stock of dry goods and groceries was moved last week to his new buildings and combined with that of Lake Brewer. The new firm of Huffman & Brewer, as soon as things are straightened out, will have a pretty combination store.
It is with a heart of gratitude that I thank the people who were so kind and thoughtful of me and mine in my recent bereavement. I shall ever hold in sweet remembrance the kind acts of friends on this occasion. A. E. Boydstun
The new skating rink of W. H. Glasscock was completed this week. This is by far the best skating floor in this part of the country. The floor is of maple, redressed, and is laid so that there are no rough places. The building is 120x50 feet, well lighted and heated.
Miss Imogene Heyser announces a recital of her pupils at the opera house tonight (Friday) by the pupils of her expression class. The program is made up of selections by the pupils and several by Miss Heyser; one of these from “The Merchant of Venice” is especially good. The admission price of 25c and 15c is for defraying expenses.
In catering to your grocery wants we have but one thing in view- that is to serve you. We deliver all groceries and carry the best lines. We constantly keep our stock turning so that you may be sure that everything is clean and fresh. Bring us your produce, eggs, chickens, butter, etc. Give us a trial. J. D. Freeny
Post Office Store for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Denver Post and all the leading magazines, stationary, candies, cigars, light racket goods, and novelties. W. W. Hendricks, Caddo, Oklahoma
Geo. Stevenson is somewhat of an inventor of conveniences. He has one of the most convenient farms in the county now. Recently he has provided a wire from the route line by which when the mail is placed in his box the box is made to travel the wire to his house- thence back to its post. It works well and saves going to the road to get the mail.
W. F. Dodd had word from Ardmore Monday that the well of the 1911 Oil Co. of which he is a stockholder, was under control and that as soon as storage tanks could be placed it would be allowed to flow. The strike is very rich and the owners are jubilant at their find. The company will drill other wells at once, being sure now of securing flowing wells.