The Caddo Herald
April 18. 1913
Of Local Interest
Tom Smith went to Atoka Sunday.
Clinton Rogers went to Dallas Sunday.
Miss Vista Slack visited in Atoka Sunday.
Miss Mary Howe spent Sunday in Denison.
Mrs. G. E. Carroll visited Durant Thursday.
Mrs. A. M. Robertson went to Denison Tuesday.
A.F. Manning had business in Durant Thursday.
Mrs. T. B. Turnbull was shopping in the city Tuesday.
D. B. Williams is attending court at Durant this week.
H. F. Bass and Mr. Morrisman went to Durant Sunday.
C. O. Markham made a business trip to Soper last week.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Morris of Atoka are here visiting relatives.
Prof. McDarment attended the track meet at Durant last Friday.
This week has been good for fishing. Several parties have been out.
Mrs. Geo. S. Cobb went to Kenefick Monday to visit her daughter.
Bob Williams, traveling salesman out of Dallas, was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Tom Hester and children, from Caney, visited in Caddo Sunday.
Fred Russell, of Muskogee, spent a few hours in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ralston of Caney were shopping in Caddo Monday.
Mrs. and Mrs. George Frazier visited in Durant last Friday and Saturday.
Miss Margie Hogan from Durant, spent the day with homefolks Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz and children left Thursday for Stillwater, Okla. to visit relatives of Mrs. Schwartz.
Mrs. J. C. Hogan visited her sister Mrs. J. K. Carraway in Kenefick this week.
Rev. A. A. Puckett, from Bennington and Bokchito, this week is attending the revival.
Henry Braudrick was down from Caney Sunday and spent the day with homefolks.
J. A. Woodall, of K.C. Kansas is visiting his mother, Mrs. D. O. Freeman, near Caddo.
Mrs. J. M. Goddard and Mrs. Henry Edwards visited in Denison and Sherman this week.
Joe Wilkins attended the meeting of the Grand Chapter R. A. M. at Shawnee this week.
Miss Esther Heath came in Wednesday from Sherman to spend a few days with homefolks.
I.M. Phillips went to Ft. Worth Wednesday to buy a car load of horses. He will ship them here.
Miss Mamie Howe is spending the weekend in the country with her sister, Mrs. T. B. Turnbull.
Miss Lillie Maytubby returned Monday from Denison where she spent the past week with friends.
Mrs. R. H. Carraway and Mrs. H. T. Chiles went to Kenefick Wednesday to see Mrs. J. K. Carraway.
When better autos are built Buick will build them.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bilbo came in yesterday from Houston, Texas and will remain here permanently.
Dr. Henry Cameron, wife and baby, from Caney, spent the day Sunday with his aunt Mrs. J. D. Thompson.
I have 260 acres of West Texas land to trade for anything of value. A. C. Chaney
Mrs. Geo. Jennings and daughters, Mabel, Jewel, and Ollie, of Rockwall, Texas, are visiting relatives in the city.
Jim Sanders and family of Phillips, Okla. are visiting Mrs. Sanders’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hibdon, near Caddo.
W. B. Morrison was here from Durant Sunday and preached at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning. He was here in the interest of the Presbyterian College.
Clint Rogers, Claude Glasscock, Dud Maytubby, and Carl Petty attended the track meet at the county capital Friday.
A.M. Smith has purchased the Emerson Folsom property on Hunter Street and moved his family there Monday.
Play Safe! Let W. H. Morris insure your property against loss by tornadoes. Only the best companies represented.
H. G. Milburn is here from Milburn and will remain to play in the Caddo band. He has a position with C. E. Thompson.
Since Wednesday night a fine boy has been making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson, who live five miles southeast of town.
J. E. Bass, H. T. Styron, H. Edwards, and W. H. Morris witnessed the ball game at Durant Tuesday between Durant and Ardmore.
Word came from Kenefick Tuesday announcing the safe arrival Monday night of a fine girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K Carraway.
Expecting daily, car of Buick autos, roadsters, and touring cars. Amos K. Bass, agt.
Word was received here Monday of the arrival of a fine girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Odil in Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 5th.
Miss Stella Peters, Miss Bonnie Jeans, Miss Edith Mattox, Miss Mae Petty, and Miss Welthy Wright attended the track meet at Durant last Friday.
If your watch needs repairing you can get it done quickly and correctly at the Corner Drug Store. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. F. Dodd
One of the swellest residences in Sulphur, Okla. can be traded for land in the Caddo vicinity. See A. C. Chaney.
I have a good pasture, plenty of grass and water. Horses pastured at $1 per head, cows at 50c per head per month. J. P. Harmon
For Sale- One pair good 3 year old mules, well broke. For price and terms see J. H. McCalman, Caddo, Okla.
If you want a real automobile buy a Buick. Amos K. Bass, agt.
Mr. W. P. Wood of Shawnee, and Mrs. Cummins of Atoka, who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. J. K. Bass of this city, returned to their homes Thursday.
Mrs. D. D. Lynch and son Grady are spending few days in the city visiting relatives. They are enroute to Muskogee where they will make their future home.
W. M. Smith spent a part of the week in McAlester where the Katy Mill & Elevator Co. has purchased a big flour mill. Mr. Smith will be manager of both institutions.
Brigance has a car load of Ford Autos that will be here in a few days.
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.
Of course if you want to carry your own risks, don’t take out any insurance, but the wise man lets the big companies bear his losses. Talk with W. H. Morris about insurance today.
Lost- Purse containing $15 in cash and $900 in notes. Finder will receive the cash as reward for returning the book and notes to The Security National Bank.
Nice lot in bungalow Addition for sale right for cash. See A. C. Chaney
If you need glasses come in and have your eyes tested and glasses correctly fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded. Remember the place, The Corner Drug Store. W. F. Dodd.
I did not sell my famous young Percheron horse “Rock” while exhibiting him at the Ft. Worth Stock Show, as is reported, but will make the season with him at my place Northeast of Caddo. Chas. V. Ellis.
For $645 we will sell you a 5-passenger Ford Auto, the cost of a good surrey and team. Brigance Hardware Co.
Misses Phyllis Hancock, Lulu Threldkeld, Lula Hays, Leta Barber, Naomi Bowman, and Rose Wilkowisky attend the track meet in Durant last Friday. Misses Bowman and Wilkowisky were contesters in the meet; Miss Bowman as pianist and Miss Wilkowisky as reader. Both performed excellently but were not awarded a prize.