The Caddo Herald
December 5, 1913
If it’s groceries you want see Freeny.
Miss Jo Clower is visiting friends in Atoka.
See the new cut glass and china at Haltom’s.
Miss Gale spent Sunday with friends in Dallas.
Miss Anna Merritt has a position at the Variety Store.
Mrs. Bud Maytubby was in Caddo shopping Saturday.
Mrs. Fielder is here from Ardmore visiting Mrs. Bilbo.
Dr. H. E. Rappolee had business in Durant Wednesday.
Miss Frankie Wood is with Walters & Williams this month.
Miss Alma Hauer is home from a visit to friends in Atoka.
Miss Maud Clower was home from Durant for Thanksgiving.
Ed Durfee was here this week from Muskogee visiting old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brigance have returned from a visit to Kiowa.
Ed Hauer came down from Atoka and spent a few hours with homefolks.
If it’s groceries you want, we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
All fruits, butter, eggs, etc. kept in a dry cell refrigerator. M. F. Haralson
Claude Wells, Tahoka, is spending the week with his sister, Mrs. J. H. McCoy.
Chas. Markham is here from Dallas where he has been living the past four months.
Postmaster Markham sustained a fracture of the knee as a result of a fall this week.
All leather goods at Finley’s. Harness, saddles, strap pieces, and shoe reprieving.
Miss Antionette Peters returned to Fort Towson Sunday to resume her school work.
On account of the wet weather the Catholic ladies have changed the date of their bazaar until next Tuesday at the Caddo National Bank.
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.
The Civic Club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Clower. Members are requested to be present, bring their fancy work, and a Christmas quotation.
The W. H. M. Society will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. C. A. McPherren. All members are urged to be present at this meeting; will elect officers for the ensuing year.
Really we think that enough rain has fallen the past week to last until spring. However, cold weather has stayed off so long that gardens and fields look like springtime.
Lost- Scotch Collie dog and bitch, red and tan, one has on collar. Finder will receive $5 reward by bringing them to me or to The Herald office. J. C. Campbell
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.
R. L. Pace is remodeling and otherwise improving the Arnold home place near Russell Street, preparatory to moving into it, he having leased his place on Buffalo Street to other parties.
W. P. Vaughan of Cade will occupy the January place south of town next year and is now moving to it. Mr. Vaughan is a mighty good citizen and we are glad he is getting nearer to Caddo.