The Caddo Herald
March 15, 1912
G. A. Ramsey, from Colbert, candidate for representative from Bryan County, was in Caddo Tuesday getting acquainted with the voters near Caddo.
The case of the airship people against the Caddo Corn Carnival committee was tried in district court at Durant Wednesday and Thursday. The jury had not returned a verdict up to press hour.
The Civic Club met with Mrs. A. B. McCoy Wednesday afternoon; much important business was transacted. A full report will be given in The Herald next week.
My new line of men’s clothing is complete for spring. I wish to call special attention to my $15 and $12.50 line of suits. None better at any price. Come and see. I. Schaffer.
The Woman’s Home Mission Society will meet with Mrs. Teer next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. All members are especially requested to be present. Important affairs are to come before the society.
J. L. Boland, G. A. Crossett, J. E. Davis, Jim Moore, D. B. Williams, Price Hill, A. T. Drake, Amos K. Bass, H. T. Styron, J. W. Crutchfield, W. T. Smith, J. M. Goddard, and W. R. McBride attended court at Durant Wednesday.
We will sound this note of warning: Look well to your feed stuffs. It is impossible to buy good corn on the market. In fact none is offered. We have plenty of it bought early in the season when it could be had. Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
Dr. L. M. Nettelton will attend the meeting of the Oklahoma Dental Association at Oklahoma City March 25 to April 2nd. While there he will take a post graduate course in dentistry. His patients who have unfinished work are requested to call before that time so that the work may be finished or postponed.
W. H. Glasscock has employed an up-to-date machinist and is prepared to do work on all autos, gasoline, engines, etc. all guaranteed. He has all kinds of auto supplies, batteries, spark plugs, and the best lubrication oil. Has agency for Ford, Mitchell, Cole, Rambler, and Hupmobile cars. Parties interested will be given a demonstration.