The Caddo Herald
May 27, 1910
Farmers- If you need money till fall see J. H. Cossart
Ask at the Caddo National Bank about insuring land titles in the Southern Surety Company.
A full line of the famous Hygenic toilet articles always on hand. Mrs. Mary Hill
I have some thorough bred Poland China pigs, dam of pigs, “Princess Perfection”. No. 125513, for sale at a bargain. See me for good stock. H. C. Simonton, 4 ½ miles west of Caddo.
Foley’s Kidney Pills are antiseptic, tonic, and restorative and a prompt, corrective of all urinary irregularities. Refuse substitutes. Sold by all druggists.
Ice cream with The Post, Saturday on the street.
Mrs. Homer and St. Clair were in Caney last night in the interest of the Saturday Evening Post. They report a successful trip.
Miss Minnie Heath is home from Dallas for a few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Semple and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Howe attended the state meeting of Oklahoma bankers at McAlester this week.
Mrs. H. W. Wells spent Tuesday in Durant.
Dr. and Mrs. C. T. McGregor were Durant visitors last Saturday.
Dr. J. R. Allen and E. K. Morris spent last Saturday at the county capital.
H. W. Wells and H. Edwards attended the bankers meeting at McAlester Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning visited relatives in Durant Saturday.
If you want to ride in St. Clair Homer’s Automobile, buy a Saturday Evening Post and help him win it.
H. M. Dunlap attended the Democratic Rally at Durant Saturday.
Mrs. Lewis Paullin, of Durant was here Tuesday in the interests of the old soldiers’ home; she left in the afternoon of the same day for Atoka.
A.E. Ray was here Saturday and Sunday. He is now stationed at Granite, Okla. and reports that he is doing well.
The Band has been engaged to play for St. Clair Homer at the court house tonight.
St. Clair Homer has 3,000 Posts to sell this week. He throws in free ice cream and free music with them at the court house tonight.
Mrs. W. F. Dodd and Miss Dodd, left this week for a visit to Savoy, Texas, the old home of Mrs. Dodd.
Little Miss Fielder, from Ardmore, is in the city, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Bilbo.
F. Manning and R. H. Carraway attended the Democratic Rally at Durant last Saturday.
Carroll Wood and Paul England from Sterrett, spend last Sunday in this city.
Be sure and hear what St. Clair Homer has to say at the court house tonight about the Saturday Evening Post.
Mrs. Cecelia Guenther visited friends in McAlester one day this week.
H. T. Styron is spending the week in Shreveport, La.
Judge Rappolee was among the Caddoites who attended the Democratic Rally at Durant last Saturday.
The Public is cordially invited to attend the Musical Recital given by the class of Miss Vivian Allen at the Opera House Saturday night, May 28th, 8:30 o’clock.
J. Tom Odil left Tuesday to accept a position as traveling salesman for Ridgby-Walker Tailoring Co. of Louisville, Ky.
The case of the state of Oklahoma vs. B. S. Ellis, charged with perjury, was called for trial at Durant yesterday and a score or more of witnesses were summoned from this place.
Daily Oklahoma delivered to you for 50 cents a month. Jim Styron, agent.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel visited friends at Atoka last Sunday.
Mrs. H. T. Styron spent several days this week with her sister in Atoka.
Vice-President Geo. B. Morris of the Southeastern normal at Durant was a visitor in the city this week.
Judge Summers Hardy of Madill was in the city last Sunday, the guest of friends.
Miss Vista Slack visited in Durant Wednesday.
Miss Clara Petty came up from Durant Wednesday to spend a few days with homefolks.