The Caddo Herald
July 4, 1913
Mrs. Tom B. Reed is visiting in Sulphur Springs.
Cecil Bilbo was up from Durant in his car Monday.
If you want quick action list your land with J. H. Phillips.
Haralson’s groceries are fresh and clean. Give him an order.
Mrs. A. E. Folsom left Tuesday for her home at Corpus Christi.
Mrs. Scott from Rice, Texas is visiting the family of J. W. Overstreet.
A car load of Velie buggies just received. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Albert Matoy was in town Tuesday. He reports threshing going on in earnest now.
Summer lap robes and fly nets, sample lots, very cheap at Finley Saddlery Co.
Miss Phyllis Hancock, who is attending summer normal at Durant, spent Sunday at home.
Miss Kimbrough Overstreet left Wednesday to visit relatives in Paris, Texas, for a few weeks.
For quick and honest service see A. C. Chaney, Real Estate, Farm Loans, and Fire Insurance.
Don’t let your horses and cattle wear their lives away fighting flies. Get Dr. Hess’s Fly Chaser and keep them off.
Eggs for Sale- Pure Bred Rhode Island Red Eggs for sale at 50c per setting. See Mrs. E. E. Pitchlynn, Route 1.
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking, at Finely Saddlery Co.
New clean groceries at Haralson’s. Stock just put up. No old goods. I would like a part of your trade. Free delivery. Phone me your wants.
Clean up your premises.
J. K. Bass was in Durant Tuesday.
If its groceries you want see Freeny.
Pierson and Laurence furniture old and new. Phone 62.
Mrs. Mamie Saffard visited in Atoka Friday and Saturday.
Lee Jones and Bustis Cox of Calera were in Caddo Sunday.
Fly Chaser and sprays for sale at the Corner Drug Store.
W. H. Markham had business in Farris the first of the week.
Miss Antoinette Peters is attending summer normal at Durant.
Rev. Luther Roberts went to Lindsey Monday to aid in a meeting.
Misses Jewel and Welthy Wright spent Sunday with home folks.
Judge R. L. Williams was in Caddo a few hours Tuesday on business.
Miss Anna Merritt returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in Durant.
M. E. Merritt and Mrs. G. Goodman are new subscribers to The Herald.
A car load of Velie buggies just received. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Mrs. Garfield Dawson left Saturday night to join her husband at Granger.
Haralson at Thedin’s old stand, wants your grocery trade. He also sells ice.
Phone 62 if you have any furniture that you want to sell or trade for new.
City Loans- No stock selling, but straight city loans. See A. C. Chaney.
Bourland Ray is home this week from Oklahoma City, visiting his parents and friends.
Seems like when it rains it pours. Heavy rain Tuesday, Wednesday, and yesterday.
Thirty-seven marriage licenses were issued out of the county judge’s office last month.
R. A. Chesnut came up form Durant Saturday to spend the week end with his family.
Miss Minnie Markham and brother, Joe, visited relatives in Idabel the first of the week.
Your old shoes made as good as new and a little better too at Finely Saddlery Co.
Miss Edith Bell returned home Saturday from a visit to relatives in Kingfisher, Okla.
Miss Ethel Rivers from Daingerfield, Texas is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sherwood Turner.
Miss Mary Howe visited her sister Mrs. T. B. Turnbull, east of town the first of the week.
For Rent- Manse of Presbyterian Church. Apply to A. S. Eggner or Security National Bank.
Mrs. H. W. Braudrick and children returned Sunday from a two weeks visit to relatives in Honey Grove.
Velie Buggies- the best in the world. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Keep cool by buying ice of Haralson. Also keep pleasant by buying your groceries of him. NO disappointments.
A car load of Dain Mowers, hay rakes, and sulky and gang plows. Brigance Hdw. Co.
2 hay presses for sale, cheap. Amos K. Bass
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Boland left Saturday night for St. Louis to attend the bedside of Mr. Boland’s father who is ill.
Carl Drake sends The Herald three months to Eaker Gray who is in the U. S. Cavalry, stationed in the Hawaiian Islands.
Mrs. Robert McGuire returned to her home in Granger, Texas last Saturday night after a week’s visit to relatives in Caddo.
Rid your premises of chicken mites, lice, and fleas with Dr. Hess’s Dip and Disinfectant. Get it at the Corner Drug Store.
Miss Lilly Maytubby left yesterday for Virginia to be present at the marriage of Miss Bessie Payne who formerly lived here.
Spirella Corsets are made to measure. A trained corsetiere is at your service. Either phone or sent a post card to Mrs. B. E. Homer.
Ray’s Realty Co. makes liberal loans on residence property in Caddo. Quick actions. Reasonable rates. Rooms 5 & 6. Telephone building.
W. C. Hatcher has called a meeting of the Farmers’ Institute to elect a delegate from this county to Stillwater.
J. N. Scribner Monday reported cotton in bloom, and some bolls already in his field. This is rather early but Caddo farmers are always first.
A car load of Dain Mowers, Hay Rakes, and Sulky and Gang Plows. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Dr. Hess’s Fly Chaser. The only preparation on the market that is guaranteed to keep the flies away from your stock. For sale at the Corner Drug Store.
The W. H. M. Society will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. G. S. Cobb and Mrs. J. C. Hogan at the home of Mrs. Hogan. All members are requested to be present.
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.
LOST- In Caddo, railroad credential mileage book No. E 5495; had some 4c and 10c stamps and other papers in it. Leave at Smith, Moore, Williams Co. H. B. Roach
Bring that old watch along with you when you come to town and have it repaired at the Corner Drug Store. All work guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. W. F. Dodd
That was a lovely rain that fell here Tuesday. It insures a big corn crops and will be of great help to the cotton. Oats were already cut so they escaped injury. Verily we have much to be grateful for.
Fly Chaser guaranteed to keep flies away from your stock for six hours after each application. Remember, if it don’t do it, your money cheerfully refunded. For sale only at the Corner Drug Store.
Just received a full line of the celebrated South Bend Watches. The kind that keeps time all the time. Come in and let us tell your about these good watches, also how you can get one on the easy payment plan. W. F. Dodd
I have several nice residence properties well located; will sell at a reasonable price or exchange for farm land. I also have several nice farms, some well improved, will sell at a bargain. Terms to suit the purchaser. H. D. Pierson
Post Office Store for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Denver Post and all the leading magazine, stationery, candles, cigars, light racket goods and novelties. W. W. Hendricks, Caddo, Oklahoma
We are unloading a car of sewer pipe; when you are ready to connect with the sewer system see us for your pipe and if you have a wash on your farm we want to talk to you about it. The Lingo-Leeper Co.
Notice- On account of having a good contract we are able to pay you more for your 7ft. posts; see us for prices. It will make you a good summer job. Lingo-Leeper Co.
Dempsey’s House Burned- Monday night about 8 o’clock the residence of J. H. Dempsey burned. The fire was caused by a defective flue in the kitchen. All the family were present and most of the furniture was saved.