The Caddo Herald
October 14, 1910
Bring your cotton and corn to Caddo, the best market in Bryan County.
Ask at the Caddo National Bank about insuring land titles in the Southern Surety Company.
Mrs. J. D. Maytubby was in Durant last Saturday shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Paden spent Sunday with relatives here.
If it’s a heating stove you want Brigance Co. can suit you.
Mrs. C. T. Brigance, of Potts Camp, Miss, is here visiting her sons, Messrs. J. C. and W. E. Brigance.
$1.50 will pay for one year’s subscription to the Dallas Semi-Weekly News and the Caddo Herald if paid in advance. This proposition is only good for a limited time.
Miss Eunice and Mamie Hodges of Kenefick were guests of Miss Esther Heath last Thursday.
Thedin’s Doll Talk- I am going to sell dolls, doll buggies at low prices, also a few toys of all kinds.
The new depot building of the M.K. &. T. Railroad will be finished Monday and will be opened Tuesday night for the inspection of the public from 6 to 9:30 o’clock. The Woman’s Home Mission Society will serve supper and requests that you come and eat with them. Music by the Caddo Band.
Thedin has a few albums that will be sold at low prices.
Mrs. S. R. Heath and daughter, Miss Esther, were in Denison Monday on a shopping expedition.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen, Mrs. C. A. Semple, and Mrs. Chas. C. Semple were Durant visitors Tuesday.
Why not buy your scissors from Brigance Hardware Co.; when not satisfactory money refunded or a new pair.
Mrs. C. A. Bilbo left Friday for Port Arthur, Texas to visit her son, Cecil, who is a student in the Port Arthur Business College.
Jim Goddard was a visitor to Atoka last Saturday.
Wanted to buy, six head good year old hogs. Inquire at Herald office.
W. F. Dodd attended the meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy at Oklahoma City this week.
The W. P. and H. M. Society will give a Novelty Bazaar at the home of H. T. Chiles Friday afternoon Oct. 14th from 3 to 5:30. It will only cost you a dime. Come and have a good time.
Miss Minnie Heath, who is attending school in Dallas, spent several days with homefolks this week.
Mrs. Vivia Robertson is spending four days with friends in McAlester.
Miss Visit Slack has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Will Moon at Nashville, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turnbull of Durant spent Sunday with relatives here.
See me for cleaning, pressing and repairing at my residence. Mrs. W. W. Mead
Editor Evans of the Durant News and R. E. Powers, prominent real estate dealer of Durant, were business visitors in the city last Friday.
I have just returned from St. Louis where I bought a big stock of dry goods, clothing, hats, ladies’ cloaks, shoes, and ladies’ skirts. The goods are arriving daily and I am able to give you good bargains. I have the biggest stock that I have ever carried. R. Wilkowisky