The Caddo Herald
March 1, 1901
Dr. N. Miller, dentist.
Bulk onion seed at Wood’s.
Go to Clinkscales gallery for photos.
H. M. Dunlap visited Texas this week.
Ira Smith visited Denison Tuesday.
Another beautiful snow fell here Sunday.
H. T. Ahrens spend the 22nd in Denison.
G. S. Cobb was at court in Atoka last week.
A. McElroy is new subscriber this week.
See Lamb & Bilbo before you buy a wagon.
Get your prescriptions filled at W. P. Wood’s.
Judge Ralls was in our town a while Wednesday.
Ben Payne visited friends at Bells Sunday.
Pure German millet seed for sale by Ed Walters.
John Hightower was here from Coalgate Sunday.
Ex. Gov. W. N. Jones came up Sherman Monday.
Miss Edna Green paid a visit to Sherman this week.
Arnold & Attaway have got ‘em trunks and valises.
Mr. Presley was here from Denison this week touring places.
One thousand bushels red seed oats for sale by J. C. Hampton.
G. W. Phillips added his name to our subscription list this week.
J. C. Parker left Tuesday for a week’s trip to Texas and Louisiana.
Ben Siegel went to visit his brother-in-law in Dallas Wednesday.
A.C. Pace and B. L. Cooper visited Oklahoma Thursday and today.
House and lot for sale at a bargain. J. W. Oldman & Son
L. Rothbaum made a trip north this week. He returned Wednesday.
Do not forget the Hodges Concert Company Tuesday night, March 5th.
Mrs. C. A. Bilbo went to visit friends at Durant and Denison Saturday.
Keep your stock and poultry healthy. Buy stock powders from W. P. Wood.
Don’t by your goods until you see Ben Siegel.
Bring your turkeys and chickens to Jno. Droke; he pays highest cash price.
J. H. Taylor of Caney was in Caddo Tuesday. He paid up for The Herald.
M. T. Craig, wife and child, visited Bells Sunday. Marion returned Monday.
You are the one E. T. Hamer has referred to in his monthly advertisement.
Mrs. W. H. Ainsworth and little Miss Katie Adams went to Sherman Tuesday.
A curbing was built around the well in the center of Buffalo Street this week.
D. McCoy left Sunday for St. Louis where he goes to buy spring and summer goods.
R. T. Hamer and wife left Wednesday for St. Louis to purchase goods for their store.
Mesdames W. F. Dodd and F. E. Folsom visited Denison and Durant Wednesday.
C. A. Hancock has a change of adv. in this issue. He is now receiving new spring goods.
Chas. E. McPherren and wife who were in Atoka all week, returned home Saturday.
A.B. McCoy sends The Herald to his father-in-law J. K. Carr, at Wynnewood, I. T.
The new shed and office building of Rockwell Bros. & Co. is about finished. It is on Arkansas Street.
Wm. Laha (Labs?) gave The Herald a pleasant call Wednesday morning and a couple of dollars of subscriptions.
W. H. Tigert of Maytoy came to see us Wednesday. He says farmers of this neighborhood are plowing.
J. M. Moore was in to see us from Bokchito Monday. He purchased a supply of blanks from us.
J. M. Goddard is a new subscriber. It won’t be long till the names of all good men are on The Herald list.
J. W. Scott of Bells is here this week in the interest of the Texas Nursery and Floral Company of Sherman.
Bulk garden seed at Wood’s. They are the best and cost less than one-fourth as much as the packages.
Jno. Smith, who is in business now at Jackson, was in Caddo last Friday. He ordered The Herald sent to him.
L. Impson from Bokchito was in to see us Monday and paid up his subscription. “Go thou and do likewise.”
C. A. Hancock has the largest stock of shoes ever brought to the city. He keeps the celebrated Clover brand.
Lamb & Bilbo has a car of Rex Buggies and Surries. Best vehicles on the market to sell cheap. Cash or time.
Miss Annie Stewart, after a week’s pleasant visit to Misses Maddox returned Tuesday to her home at Gordon, Tex.
Messrs. D. and A. B. McCoy have returned from their visit to New Orleans. They report a very pleasant time.
J. N. Jackson, our city marshal, reports everything distressingly quiet, having made but two arrests within a month.
A.L. Kellar, from Montague, Tex., brother-in-law of J. L. Hull, arrived this week and will make his home near Caddo.
Several boys were up before his honor the mayor last Friday for killing a dog and one of them was fined $1.00 and costs.
A.L. Payne came in Tuesday and made our heart glad with a dollar, at the same time advancing his subscription a year.
The large brick buildings of Ben Siegel and Ed Walters are nearly completed and will be ready for occupancy within a week. (Ad on page says they are now two doors west of W. T. Smith’s rock building and selling goods at cost so they won’t have to move them.)
Prof. Scarbrough reports his school progressing nicely though the attendance is only fifty owing in a degree to the smallpox scare.
The Epworth League meets every Sunday at 3:30 pm at the M. E. Church South. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Edgar Lyle sends The Herald a year to S. T. Crittend at Detroit, Texas. He wants his friend to know what kind of town Caddo is.
H. Thurmond and wife of San Antonio are visitors in our city. Mr. Thurmond will in all probability become one of our citizens.
J. W. Coker of Sherman has rented the new brick of Ed Walters and will occupy it in a few days with an up to date line of furniture.
Our good friend T. A. Alexander called on us Friday and renewed his subscription. The Herald is also under other obligations to him.
The Herald has turned out lots of neat job printing this and last week and in every case has given satisfaction. We want your work.
Miss Rose LeFlore delightfully entertained the T. L. S. club last Friday night. Though it snowed all day the young people had a good time.
Be sure to see the many bargains W. J. Moon is offering in every line. He wants to make room for the large stock he is now purchasing in St. Louis.
The ladies of Caddo Music Club have been so fortunate as to acquire a treat for the people of Caddo- the Hodges Concert Co., to be given Tuesday March 5th.