The Caddo Herald
November 14, 1902
An illustration of what Caddo property is really worth, an effort was made last week to buy some of the Choctaw National Bank stock from parties in Sherman and an offer of $1.25 was rejected. Then our vacant town lots sold high and several deals in real estate lately have shown that other lots are going up. If Caddo was a dead town such would not be the case.
Notice to property holders: You are hereby warned that the town ordinance passed last January relative to building sidewalks beside the respective town lots in Caddo and which has not been enforced because there were a number of lots which had as yet no owner, will be strictly enforced. Sixty days is the limit now given for complying with same. It were better to build your sidewalks now than stand prosecution. A. B. McCoy, mayor.
Edward Bates & Son, reliable implement dealers, have a page adv. in this issue. This firm has a large and varied stock of vehicles, proof of which is demonstrated by a look through their establishment on Main Street. They are making exceedingly low prices on high class goods at this time and invite inspection. The editor thoroughly examined this stock this week and can truthfully say that one ought to be easily pleased with such a variety and prices. We also have seen several of their vehicles recently purchased by private parties and in every case the buyer was well pleased. Give this firm a call and see what they have and you will surely be pleased with the assortment.