The Caddo Herald
October 6, 1911
A.M. Robertson visited Atoka Tuesday.
H. T. Chiles was a Caney visitor yesterday.
D.S. McDonald was up from Durant yesterday.
Mrs. J. J. Franks visited Mrs. Risner in Durant Tuesday.
Nathan Smith is assisting at Mason Drug Co. this week.
Wanted, good man to work in store. Apply to I. Engelberg.
Rev. G. E. Holley held regular services at Freeny’s last Sunday.
Don’t pay $1.85 for Irish potatoes. First get our prices. C.O. D. Store
Mrs. A. P. Braudrick and Miss Rose Braudrick visited in Durant Tuesday.
D. O. Nail is in the eastern part of the state this week buying cattle.
Tom Manning and W. H. Glasscock visited the fair at Oklahoma City this week.
There’s no use to pay $1.00 for ten or twelve pounds of sugar, buy at C.O.D. Store.
Mrs. Chas. W. Jones and Miss Ethel Boydstun visited the fair at Oklahoma City this week.
Why pay 90 cents for 5 gallons of Eupion Kerosene when you don’t have to? Try C.O.D. Store.
Want to trade my house and lot in Caddo for land. Let me know what you have. J. L. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles returned last Friday from their honeymoon trip to Kansas City and other points.
Dr. Bowman moved into his new home Wednesday. Ivan McGraw will move into the house just vacated by them.
The Presbyterian Aid Society will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. R. L. Pace at 2:30. All members are requested to be present.
Wanted, man with family to work on farm, wages by day or month. House furnished. Call at Herald office for further particulars.
Lost on Buffalo or Arkansas Streets, gold medal for penmanship. Lettered M. HERVE. Finder please return same to the Caddo National Bank.
The Mason Drug Company is moving this week into new quarters in the Howe-Cossart building. They will have a neat place after moving is finished.
Uncle Ben Markham arrived yesterday for a ten days visit with relatives and friends in Caddo. He has spent the last 3 months in Tennessee and will go from here to Corpus Christi.
The Woman’s Home Mission Society is engaged this week in a Week of Prayer at the Methodist church. The services are held each afternoon at 3 o’clock. Everyone is invited to be present. There will be no services on Saturday.
I have the agency for the White Swan Laundry of Oklahoma City. Basket leaves on Tuesday and returns Friday of each week. Laundry called for and delivered to any part of town. Give me a trial. All work guaranteed first class. Odil the Tailor
Schaeffer & Winkelman is the name of a new firm in Caddo. They have tankan a lease on the west room of the Howe-Cossart building and have been busily engaged this week arranging their new stock. The firm is composed of Isadore Schaeffer who has spent the past eight years in Caddo, and is a young man well known to everyone. Mr. Winkelman comes from Durant where he has been connected with the Jake Amsel Co. for 5 years and is favorably known by many people in this section. These young men have an announcement in the Herald this week.