The Caddo Herald
September 5, 1913
W. W. Boone returned Wednesday from St. Louis where he had been to buy goods for his firm, The Bass Co. He as usual bought to supply the large trade of this company.
Mrs. Ada Travis was in Caddo last week visiting her sister, Mrs. W. F. Dodd. She has been visiting relatives in Texas the past month and was returning to her home in Mississippi.
Lost, between Bob Williams’ farm and Caddo, 18 karat, 21 jewel Hampton watch. No. of movement 2,197,751. Return to this office and receive liberal reward. T. H. Deck
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 will buy all Mebane Cotton Seed I can get. Pay $22.50 per ton. Amos K. Bass
I.Schaffer returned Wednesday from St. Louis where he bought goods for his immense store in Caddo. He says that from reports he heard from other buyers that Caddo was in the best shape of any.
Harley Morsman returned Wednesday from St. Louis where he went to buy goods for the Phillips Co. This company will be able to supply every demand made upon them this fall and winter.
Zollie Marlow, aged 20 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Marlow who lived on Ed Walter’s place just east of town, died of typhoid Sunday night at 11 o’clock and was buried in Caddo cemetery at 4 o’clock Monday afternoon.
We wish sincerely to thank whose friends who were so kind and helpful to us during the illness and death of our father. We shall ever hold in memory theses acts of neighbors and friends. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Fortner
The Home Mission Society will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock with Mrs. W. R. Bowman. The district secretary, Mrs. McKay of Durant will be present. Every member of the society is urged to attend the meeting.
Last Saturday evening the Misses Rose and Juanita Rogers entertained a crowd of their young friends. There was about thirty present and quite a jolly time was had by all present. Home-made ice cream and cake was served.
Remember that reduction on all paint I have been telling you about? It will only be on a few more days. Better get busy and paint your house while paint is cheap. Remember the place, the old reliable Corner Drug, W. F. Dodd, Prop.
In catering to your grocery wants we have but one thing in view- that is to serve you. We deliver all groceries, and carry the best lines. We constantly keep our stock turning so that you may be sure that everything is clean and fresh. Bring us your produce, eggs, chickens, butter, etc. Give us a trial. J. D. Freeny.
W. H. Morris, Cotton Insurance.
Besides getting exactly what she wants, a woman who buys a Round Oak Chief Steel range with cabinet or leg base will get it at a reasonable price. It is made of Round Oak Special Iron- will not rust or corrode- is indestructible- will last a lifetime. The Phillips Co.
Rev. W. B. Young, of Enid, Okla. will be with the Christian Church people Sunday and will preach at 11 a.m. and 8 p. m. It will be a treat to those who are well acquainted with him to again come into contact with the boosting and cheerful disposition of this devoted and consecrated man.
Mr. R. S. Sands died at the family home in Caddo Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock after a short illness. The remains were taken to Farmersville, Texas for interment. Mr. Sands until recently had been in the restaurant business in Caddo.
We are able to pay more this summer for 7ft. Bois ’D Arc posts. It’s the best time to work up your timber. See us for prices. Lingo-Leeper Co.
Frank P. Semple, E. B. Maytubby and J. D. Maytubby went to McAlester Monday and engaged in the gun club shoot. There were some forty entries and Hugh Maytubby carried off first prize, breaking 88 pigeons out of 100 shot at. The wind was against all shooters. This is the Caddo spirit, however, excel in everything you undertake.