The Caddo Herald
September 26, 1913
W. C. Hatcher was in town Tuesday on horseback. He doesn’t use his car any these days.
The biggest nickel table in town at the Variety Store. Free: a ruler with each tablet.
Mrs. H. T. Styron and little daughter Mary Lee, returned Monday from a visit to Dallas.
Rev. Jerry Crain and little daughter went to Paris to attend the bedside of a sick daughter.
Miss Grace Dunlap from Ennis is the guest of the family of her uncle, Henry Edwards.
Bourland Ray and Bonner Petty were here from Oklahoma City last Sunday visiting homefolks.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy, Mrs. Tim Turnbull, and Miss Mary Howe spent last Saturday in Durant.
Mrs. T. J. Coffee and children form Pittsburg, Texas are visiting her mother, Mrs. A. E. Ray.
Mrs. Julia Brigance was here this week visiting the family of J. C. Brigance and W. E. Brigance.
Misses Maud Clower and Ann Semple came up from Durant and spent Sunday and Monday with homefolks.
Mrs. J. A. Wood left yesterday for Oklahoma City to visit relatives and to see the Oklahoma State Fair.
New samples of fall and winter suits for men at Thompson’s Tailor Shop. The prices are lower than ever.
Keep cool by buying ice of Haralson. Also keep pleasant by buying groceries of him. No disappointments.
For Sale- A fine Jersey cow, gives plenty of milk and butter. See Mrs. Arpella Robbins
Must have it- your country produce. Highest prices paid for butter, eggs, and produce. Try me. M. F. Haralson
Jake Rice has sold out and moved to the coast country for his health. Mr. Cartwright from Honey Grove bought his crop.
Mrs. R. J. Bebee and children of Waxahachie, Texas are visiting in the city, the guests of her sister, Mrs. Jack McGraw.
Make my store your headquarters and bring me all your produce. All perishable goods kept fresh and cold. M. F. Haralson
Miss Gertrude Reed and little sister, Lucile, returned to their home at Paul’s Valley Tuesday after visiting their brother, Tom B. Reed.
Mrs. A. Norris returned home from a two weeks visit to relatives in Duston, where she was accompanied home by her sister, Miss Stella Riddle.
The framework for H. T. Chiles’ new home near the new school building is up. Then completed this will be one of the nicest homes in Caddo.
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.
Miss Fannie Lyle and Miss Mary McArthur solicit your patronage in music and art. Term now open. Studio at home of Mrs. Lyle.
Am prepared now to do flat work washing and ironing. Have the new machinery installed and am able to do more and better work. J. R. Bryant
A called meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society will be held with Mrs. J. H. Franks next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. All members are urged to be present.
Have combined my Tailor Shop- now in the Franks building where I am better prepared to do your work. Invite you to call. Phone 121. C. E. Thompson, Tailor.
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.
C. E. Livesay has purchased the Driver property on Hunter Street and will move into it as soon as convenient. He has for the past six years been on Lake Draper’s place seven miles east of town.
Ladies, we have elegant sample of the latest fall goods for ladies’ skirts, suits and coats, man tailored to your measure. Call and see them. It’s no trouble to show samples. C. E. Thompson, Tailor.
Deputy Sheriff Terry last Tuesday captured a trunk full of alcohol. So far no one has claoimed the liquor and some will be spilled. Thanks to the watchfulness of our county and town officers there is a scarcity of booze in Bryan County.
Jim Thompson was in town Tuesday with cotton. He says pickers are so scarce that his community could use 500 cotton pickers. The Herald has advertised for a thousand pickers. Mr. Farmer, tell your paper, The Herald, how many you need.
Wednesday evening at six o’clock Mrs. H. T. Chiles gave a dinner in honor of Ralph Chiles’ tenth birthday. There were present: Spears Manning, Lawrence Nicholson, James Boone, Thos. Ray Coffee, W. W. Boone, and the immediate family.
Hugh Maytubby, who attended the Mid-Continent Gun Club Shoot at Tulsa last week, came out mighty well for an amateur. He was fourth in a bunch of one hundred of the best shots and was in the prize money on several events capturing a total of nearly $3(?)00 in prizes.
Wanted- Girl or woman for household work. Can have time to go to school. Good home. Apply at Bass Co.
The latest creations in hand-painted china, Evangeline. Have a look in our window and be convinced. This is the most beautiful line of hand painted china ever shown in Caddo and the prices are very reasonable. Call, have a look and ask for prices. W. F. Dodd
The incomparable Round Oak Steel Chief family range, with cabinet or leg base does its work perfectly because it is a perfect range. Compare the workmanship with others. It is made of Round Oak Special Iron- will not rust or corrode- is indestructible will last a lifetime. The Phillips Co.