The Caddo Herald
April 11, 1913
Play safe! Let W. H. Morris insure your property against loss by tornadoes. Only the best companies represented.
Miss Jennings of Denison visited at the home of her cousin, Mrs. H. D. Pierson of this city last Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Lillie Maytubby, Ruth and Pauline Whtehurst and Hugh and Floyd Maytubby went to Kenefick last Friday kodaking.
S. B. Mitchell, a prosperous farmer of the Caddo Hill community and a good friend of The Herald, was in town Wednesday.
A.N. Wynne and Hardy Rudisill have formed a partnership in the dray and cement business, Mr. Carroll going out of the business.
Edwin White and family who spent the winter in Caddo, left Tuesday for their home in Vandalia, Mich. They like this country very much.
Brigance has a car load of FORD autos that will be here in a few days.
J.C. Adams, who lives on Bokchito route, was in Caddo Saturday distributing his good cheer. Incidentally he advanced his figures on The Herald.
I have a good pasture, plenty of grass and water. Horses pastured at $1 per head, cows at 50c per head per month. J. P. Harmon
If your watch needs repairing you can get it done quickly and correctly at the Corner Drug Store. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. F. Dodd
For Sale- One pair good 3 year old mules, well broke. For price and terms see J. H. McCalman.
If you need glasses come in and have your eyes tested and glasses correctly fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded. Remember the place, The Corner Drug Store. W. F. Dodd
I did not sell my famous young Percheron horse “Rock” while exhibiting him at the Ft. Worth Stock Show as is reported, but will make the season with him at my place northeast of Caddo. Chas. V. Ellis
Rev. J. H. Crane has bought the Shaw property and will soon move his family into it. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw are now spending some time at Leonard, Texas.
Mrs. Jim Foster died at 10:30 o’clock Tuesday morning at her home on Russell Street. She leaves a husband and three little ones. We extend condolence to the bereaved ones.
A.S. Lawlis and wife were in town Wednesday taking the necessary steps toward having The Herald continue a visitor to their home. They moved this year to the Turnbull place.
For $645 we will sell you a 5-passenger FORD auto, the cost of a good surrey and team. Brigance Hardware Co.
Of course if you want to carry your own risks, don’t take out any insurance, but the wise man lets the big companies bear his losses. Talk with W. H. Morris about insurance today.
Lost- Purse containing $15 in cash and $900 in notes. Finder will receive the cash as reward for returning the book and notes to The Security National Bank.
Mrs. W. W. Baxter, Mrs. C. D. Robinson, Mrs. Ben Brewer, and Mrs. G. S. Greenlee left Wednesday morning to attend Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star at McAlester, representing Caddo Chapter.
Misses Vista Slack, Neva Ray, Mary Howe, Lillie Maytubby, Ruth and Pauline Whitehurst; Messrs. Ernest Bass, Henry Bass, Ernest Pitchlynn, W. C. Ernest, Hugh Maytubby, and Floyd Maytubby, formed a dinner party at the Williams Hotel last Thursday evening in honor of the Misses Whitehurst of Denison. It was an enjoyable affair.