The Caddo Herald
September 6, 1912 (cont’d)
Mrs. Ben Payne and children Geneva and Edmond arrived Tuesday from Wapanucka to visit relatives and friends in Caddo.
The flies! The flies! The flies! They are eating up your horses and cattle. See W. F. Dodd for the dope that makes them quit.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Settles left Monday on the Katy Flyer for Galveston where they will spend a few days enjoying the sights.
J. W. Dodd, from Savoy, Texas, was here during the Carnival. He was accompanied home Saturday by Clarence Dodd, his grandson.
Ladies, have your clothes cleaned and pressed at the Pantatorium. We call for and deliver your clothes. Try us. Chas. Strawn, Prop.
Mrs. Lee Miller and children left Tuesday for Tivoli, Texas, to join her husband who has employment in the Hartzog cotton gins.
Oscar Driver left on Katy Limited Wednesday morning for Macksville, Kan. where he will spend a few days visiting with friends and relatives.
Miss Ruby Tarpley and Miss Marie Travis entertained the young people most delightfully last Monday evening at the home of Mrs. R. A. Riddels.
If your watch is sick there is a doctor always ready at the Corner Drug Store. All work strictly first class and guaranteed. W. F. Dodd
Our line of new dry goods for fall and winter is larger this year than ever. Better take a look. No trouble to show. H. G. Huffman
Fifty ladies of Caddo will recommend Spirella Corsets; not found in stores. They are made to your measure. Mrs. B. E. Homer, corsetiere
Sam Calvert and family left on No. 5 Monday for Tivoli, Texas to reside. He has secured a position with J. O. Hartzog at that place in the cotton gin.
Miss Mary McArthur is organizing her music class for the fall term. Pupils desiring instruction in piano and voice are invited. Studio at residence of Mrs. J. B. Lyle.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Leflore from Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smith from Bennington were here last week visiting the Carnival and Judge and Mrs. R. C. Freeny.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Semple left Wednesday for Rochester, Minn. where Mr. Semple will undergo an operation at the Mayo Bros. Sanitarium.
Will Stephens of Stephens Bros. & Stewart, Kenefick, was a visitor at the Carnival Thursday. He expressed himself as being well pleased with the way Caddo does things.
If you have an ant bed on your premises which you wish to destroy, see W. F. Dodd. He will tell you how to get rid of them in a very short time and at a very little expense.
When you want correct time you can get if from the show window at the Corner Drug Store. A first-class chronometer has just been installed which keeps time to the second.
Mrs. Tom Manning returned Wednesday after a week’s visit to McAlester. She was accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Hampton, Jr. who will spend a few days with friends and relatives.
Strayed. One white sow, left my place Thursday night Aug. 29th. Left ear cropped, ring in nose, weight about 250 pounds. Liberal reward. I. S. (Scott) Powell.
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.
I have a timbered farm in Arkansas I want to exchange for good prairie land. My land is 40 miles west of Hot Springs, 50 miles east of Mena, 20 miles north of Warna. 75 acres in cultivation; good 4-room house, good well of water in the yard; barn, orchard, garden. 160 acres in all. If interested write to W. M. Gill, Roberta, Okla.