I’m not sure what the item concerning the boys was all about, but apparently teenagers weren’t allowed to get by with clandestine activities!
The Caddo Herald
September 5, 1913
For quick and honest service see A. C. Chaney, Real Estate, Farm Loans, and Fire Insurance.
Mrs. Mattie Bloom returned Wednesday from St. Louis where she has been buying millinery for The Bass Co.
Miss Gale arrived Wednesday from St. Louis to take charge of the trimming department for The Bass Co.
Miss Lula Hays arrived this week from her home at Whitesboro and will engage in her school work Monday.
Keep cool by buying ice of Haralson.
W. H. Morris, cotton insurance.
The biggest nickel table in town at the Variety Store. Free, a ruler with each tablet.
Just phone 23 for your groceries. We do the rest. Quick delivery and good goods is our motto. J. D. Freeny
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking at Z. T. Finley’s.
Must have it- your country produce. Highest prices paid for butter, eggs, and produce. Try me. M. F. Haralson
Sell me your Mebane cotton seed at $22.50 per ton. Take all you have. Amos K. Bass
The Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. H. I. Meadows next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
The Civic Club will meet with Mrs. John Crutchfield next Wednesday afternoon. All members are requested to be present.
Make my store your headquarters and bring me all your produce. All perishable goods kept fresh and cold. M. F. Haralson
Miss Sallie Harbour returned last Saturday to her home in Wichita Falls, Texas, after a two weeks’ visit to Mrs. Chas. Semple of this city.
Parties owning dishes used by the Home Mission Society at the dinner on carnival grounds can get same by calling upon Mrs. A. B. McCoy.
New, clean groceries at Haralson’s. Stock just put up. No old goods. I would like a part of your trade. Free delivery. Phone me your wants.
Mesdames G. S. Cobb and J. W. Thompson went to Sherman Wednesday in response to a message received announcing the death of a relative.
Miss Fannie Lyle and Miss Mary McArthur solicit your patronage in music and art. Term now open. Studio at home of Mrs. Lyle.
Am prepared now to do flat work washing and ironing. Have the new machinery installed and am able to do more and better work. J. R. Bryant
When you want to get up-to-date cleaning, pressing and fine tailoring, see Tex the Tailor located at Lawrence’s second-hand store. Phone 62.
See me before you sell your Mebane cotton see. Pay $22.50 per ton. Amos K. Bass
The Nazarene meeting closed Sunday night. Rev. Jernigan has been here some two weeks conducting the meeting and it was well attended almost every night.
Four 16-year-old boys left town Saturday night presumably without the permission of their parents- they being Monroe Greenlee, D. Elliott, Elmer Keith, and ___Bolt.
Audrey Hipp entertained a party of his young friends last Tuesday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hipp. A good time was had by all present.
Post Office Store for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Stationery, Candies, Cigars, Light Racket Goods and Novelties. W. W. Hendricks, Caddo, Oklahoma