The Caddo Herald
February 10, 1911
Of Local Interest
See Bartley for first class painting and paper hanging.
Nice clean old rags wanted at this office. Boys, get busy.
Eighteen years in the paint business at your service. Bartley.
Will buy second-hand sacks. Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
I do a general delivery and transfer business and solicit a share of your patronage. R. E. Ziegler.
Milch cows to sell or lease for the year of 1911. J. M. Goddard
Miss Ethel Cobb entertained with six o’clock luncheon on last Sunday. Covers were laid for Miss Odil, Miss Cobb, Mr. J. M. Goddard, and Joe Carraway.
I have bought the G. W. Phillips Co.’s stock of coffins, robes, etc. see me. A. J. Vaughan
Doc Hill was in Durant Saturday.
Ol Slack spent last Saturday in Durant.
Jno. M. Hall was in town Saturday.
W. C. Cox was here from Durant last Saturday.
P. W. Howe was a business visitor in Durant Monday.
J. A. King, Virge Cole, and A. H. Ferguson of Durant were on the jury here this week.
Buck Woods of Blue was in town on business this week.
D. A. Neal was a business visitor in the city this week.
Attorneys Victor Phillips, McCarty, Fowler, Utterback, McIntosh, Cochran, McPherren, and Harrod attended county court here this week.
R. L. Crudup of Durant was one of the jurymen at county court here this week.
I have bought the Undertakers supplies handled by the G. W. Phillips Co. I intend to carry a first class line of these good. See me. A. J. Vaughan
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nicholson of Durant visited relatives here this week.
Mrs. W. J. Turnbull visited her parents in Durant this week.
Miss Sadie Williams visited Miss Bobbie Hall in Durant this week.
Profs. Shaw and Couch attended the teachers meeting at Durant last Saturday.
Mrs. C. N. Johnson spent the day last Saturday with friends in Durant.
Coleman Robinson has returned this week from western Okla. where he has been looking after business interests.
M. T. Chapman was visiting friends in the city last Sunday.
H. T. Styron is in St. Louis this week representing the Bass Co.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman are spending the week in St. Louis buying spring stock.
Mrs. John A. Phillips visited her parents in Durant this week.
Miss Vista Slack spent Saturday and Sunday here with homefolks.
Walter J. Turnbull was a business visitor to Atoka Wednesday.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy has returned from a visit to Wynnewood.
Mr. Sam H. Swift, of Connersville, Ind. is here visiting his father, Mr. M. D. Swift. This is the first time they have met for twenty years.
Dr. Levy, from McAlester, will be at the Moon Hotel for one day only, Friday, Feb. 27th; don’t neglect your eyes, consult Dr. Levy the noted optician in Oklahoma. Office at Moon Hotel, February 17th.
A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain’s Liniment and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it a trail and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. For sale by all druggists.
Dr. W. R. Bowman and family who moved from here to Sweetwater, Tenn. about four years ago, moved back to Caddo this week. Their many friends here are glad to welcome them back to the best country in the world.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exercise, insufficient mastication of food, constipation, and torpid liver, worry and anxiety are the most common causes of stomach troubles. Correct your habits and take Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tables and you will soon be well again. Sold by all druggists.
Miss Myrtle Pearce attended the teachers meeting at Durant last Saturday.
J. Q. A. Harrod attended the session of county court here this week.
How to cure a cold is a question in which may are interested just now. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy has won is great reputation and immense sale by its remarkable cure of colds. It can always be depended upon. For sale by all druggists.
On last Wednesday afternoon on the bank of the beautiful Blue River at the historic Nail Crossing, was the scene of a wedding. Where the Red Man crossed in the long ago and the birds have sung for centuries and the clear water has rippled over the rocks from time immemorial to man, was the place selected for the union in wedlock of Mr. Ira Washington and Miss Alice McClure.
They drove to the scene in their buggy accompanied by the brother of the groom and sister of the bride. The day was cloudy but as the time approached the light seemed to grow brighter and as they drove up the river bank the water rippled over the rocks and played the wedding march.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. C. Cooper of Kenefick. Kenefick Dispatch
The Herald extends congratulations and wishes you, Mrs. and Mrs. Washington, “a long life and a happy one” and incidentally to suggest that the right way to begin life is to subscribe for the great family journal.
Born last Saturday night to Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright, a fine 9 ½ pound girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawrence are the proud parents of a fine 10 pound girl which arrived Sunday morning.