The Caddo Herald
June 28, 1912
Of Local Interest
See the Alamo.
Cane and kaffir seed at Bass.
See Texas at the opera house.
Berry Norman was here Saturday.
All kinds of feed stuffs at Katy Mill.
Mrs. S. J. Pirtle is visiting in Durant.
S. E. Swinney was here from Durant yesterday.
Cut the weeds now, then your doctor bill will be less.
G. S. Cobb went to Durant Wednesday on business.
Born to Mrs. Will Shelby last Friday night, a girl.
See Bass for feed and seed- all kinds bought by car load.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
W. T. Smith is making extensive improvements to his home.
Harve Phelps and Uncle Jerry Beck went to Durant Monday.
W. F. Semple was here from Durant Tuesday going to Atoka.
You get good bone dry chops at Bass Chops that will not mould.
Clarence Burris from El Reno came in Sunday to visit his parents.
Binder Twine- the best at Smith, Moore, Williams Co.
I do plain sewing and embroidery. Mrs. Baldwin
Take your clothes to a cleaning at the Pantitorium. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Miss Myrtle Haralson from Dallas is spending vacation with home folks.
Henry Wells was here Wednesday from Ada, attending the H. M. Dunlap obsequies.
Miss Ruth Drake from Denison is spending the week with Mrs. C. E. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nicholson from Durant were visitors in Caddo Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. E. G. Baxter and master Charlie Baxter left Wednesday to visit relatives at Stonewall.
Miss Emise Folsom entertained a party of young people at her home Wednesday night.
Jim Goddard’s brother form Tennessee is spending a few weeks in Caddo and Kenefick.
Miss Phyllis Hancock spent Sunday at home from attending the summer normal at Durant.
Harve Phelps attended the meeting of the county Farmer’s Institute at Durant last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brigance left Monday to spend a week east of Stringtown on an outing trip.
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Social will be given at the home of Mrs. C. A. Bilbo on the 28th.
Mrs. Ira Smith and Miss Katie Adams from Kenefick have been visiting relatives in Caddo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gardner from Cumberland, Okla. are visiting the family of V. D. Marshall.
Miss Irene Nicholson from Kingston, spent a part of last week in Caddo, the guest of Miss Vivian Allen.
Will Reeves, who is in the drug business at Wayne, Okla., spent a part of the week with friends here.
Mrs. Smith, from Ganger, Texas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hill and brothers Doc and Wood Hill.
We have a fine lot of kindling on hand. Better get some of it before it is all gone. $1.00 per wagon load. Lingo Leeper Co.
R. Ellis sold the first load of oats Monday to J. I. McGraw, receiving 45c per bushel. After today oats will be coming in at a lively rate.
Judge Crook, W. E. Utterback, and many other Elks form Durant were here Wednesday afternoon attending the funeral of H. M. Dunlap.
Do you know that you can build a granary for your oats about as cheap as you can buy the sacks? Better see Lingo-Leeper Co. about it at once.
We will be in the market for your oats when the season opens. Let us figure with you. We will pay highest prices. Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Bennett from Whitesboro and Joe Edwards from Fort Worth were visitors to Caddo Wednesday attending the funeral of H. M. Dunlap.
The Pantitorium, under management of expert tailors, at C. E. Thompson’s old stand. Best clothes cleaning and repairing satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call.
H. G. Millburn of Milburn, Ok. Came over Sunday to help the Band Boys in their uniform cause. He is a good musician and everyone enjoyed his presence in the band.
A sprained ankle as a rule may be cured in from three to four days by applying Chamberlain’s Liniment and observing the directions with each bottle. For sale by all dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Moon, H. J. Slack, and Mr. and Mrs. O. Slack from Atoka were here Sunday attending the funeral of Dorothy Moon.
Another good rain fell here Sunday. It was not needed especially but since we got it guess we’ll have to keep it. More oats were damaged, but still a good crop is being harvested.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks, Carroll Franks, and Clarence McCoy left yesterday for an auto trip to Temple and other Central Texas points, the old home of Mr. and Mrs. Franks.
Oat threshing has begun in earnest, and from the size of the crop, will continue some six weeks. The oat market has failed to open very briskly yet, but by Monday will be in full swing.
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.
We are always glad to see you at the Corner Drug Store. Our aim is to please you and give you the very best service. Our prices, like our good, are always right. W. F. Dodd, Prop.
J. E. Davis has been awarded the contract for the plans and specifications and engineering work of the waterworks system in Kenefick. He has just completed such at system at Soper and gave complete satisfaction.
Dorothy, the 21-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will J. Moon, Jr., died at their home at Wayne, Okla. Saturday, June 22nd and was buried in Caddo Cemetery last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Moon formerly were citizens of Caddo.
If you take your prescription to the Corner Drug Store, you can rest assured that it will be filled correctly. Our prescription department is at all times taken care of by a competent druggist and our drugs the very best the market affords. W. F. Dodd, Prop.