The Caddo Herald
June 16, 1899
Mrs. E. B. Lloyd visited Detroit, Texas Friday.
J. E. Bryant was in Denison Tuesday on business.
Call on C. A. Hancock for binder twine and hay ties.
Mrs. Geo. Bradley visited her daughter in Durant Thursday.
G. S. Shaw of Florence, Kansas, has been in Caddo this week.
Editor Price, of the Durant Times, was a Caddo visitor last Saturday.
Mrs. M. S. Hotchkin, of Durant, is visiting her brother, C. A. Semple.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, living near Folsom, were in town Monday on business.
Fred Davis, cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank, visited Durant Sunday.
Mesdames Ben Brewer and J. O. Nail visited friends in Van Alstyne, Texas Monday.
J. H. Reeves, a prominent merchant of Whitewright, Texas, was in Caddo Monday.
R. L. Pace and Mr. Slayton, of Bennington, were in Caddo Monday on business.
Miss Fannie Hotchkin, of Durant, is visiting friends and relatives in Caddo this week.
Prof. T. W. Hunter, of Armstrong Academy, made a business trip to Durant Friday.
Mrs. G. B. Hester, Boggy Depot, and Mrs. C. W. Howell of Wapanucka, were in Caddo Monday.
C. A. Hancock has just received from New York the nicest line of dry goods ever brought to Caddo.
Robb Hurt, of Dallas, has been in Caddo this week representing the J. H. Schoekopf saddle company.
Dr. J. S. Stinson of Sherman, Texas has been in Caddo this week. He came up to see Rev. Mr. Mansfield.
J. A. Morrison of Bells, Texas is visiting his son J. P. Morrison, who resides ten miles west of Caddo.
T. B. Moore and D. A. McMillan, prominent business men of Whitewright, have been in town this week.
If you like a delicious cup of coffee for breakfast try a package of Banca Sico Madja blend at C. A. Hancock’s.
Rev. A. Frank Ross of Durant, correspondent of the South McAlester Capital, has been in Caddo this week.
For relief in asthma BALLARD HOREHOUND SYRUP has no equal. Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale by W. P. Wood.
Miss Anna Edwards of Sherman is visiting her brother H. Edwards of the Farmers and Merchants Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wells, of Boggy Depot, were in Caddo Tuesday. Mrs. Wells went to Dallas to visit friends and relatives.
E. J. Bumford, of Ft. Smith, Ark. was in Caddo Thursday in the interest of the Evans Smith Drug company of Kansas City, Mo.
Charles Banner, of Cloud Chief, Oklahoma Territory, with his family is visiting the family of J. M. Evans, his brother –in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hamer have moved out of the Ahrens building into the new store room of W. H. Masterson on the opposite side of the street.
W. J. Moon is offering bargains to the cash buyer of summer dress goods. Call at his store and be convinced that he is making a sweeping reduction in prices.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Orr of Cale, father and mother of Mrs. Hydler, who have been with her during the illness of her little daughter, have returned home.
J. H. Orr, night agent of the American and Pacific Express Company of Denison, Texas and T. V. Orr of Cale, I. T. brothers of Mrs. Joseph Hydler, have returned home.
Ladies slippers at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.25. These are special bargains. Call before the stock is broken and save money by buying at the special sale. W. J. Moon
A number of our young people were entertained with a dance and ice cream social last Friday night at the country residence of Mr. and Mrs. Triplett, about a mile from town.
The question has been asked. Have citizens the right to take timber form their homestead to be sawed into lumber for the purpose of improving said homesteads? We answer in the affirmative.
Mrs. C. A. Keen and daughters were in Caddo Thursday. They had been attending the closing exercise at Bloomfield Academy and were returning to Rock Academy, their home near Wapanucka.
Hardly a day passes in families where there are children in which Ballard’s Snow Liniment is not needed. It quickly cures cuts, wound, bruise, burns, and scalds, Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale by W. P. Wood.
Miss Etta Russell left for Oklahoma City yesterday where she will make her future home. Miss Etta has been a resident of Caddo for a number of years and has made quite a host of friends who regret her departure.
Rev. W. A. Mansfield, of Sherman, Texas, who is pastor of the Baptist Church at Caddo, is here and has been very sick, but we are glad to state that he is much better. Mrs. Mansfield and children were sent for and are now with him.
C. H. Hogue has been spending several days at Bennington and Bokchito. He reports that crops are good and that but little damage has been done by the hail storm, also that the W. O. W. Lodges are in a flourishing condition.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, living near Wapanucka, came to Caddo Monday to meet Mrs. M. Jones, sister of Mrs. Wilson, who came on the train from her home in Corsicans, Texas. Mrs. Wilson subscribed for the Herald while in town.
Walter Privett, who has been sick for the past four months, died at his home four miles north of town at 6p.m. last Thursday of consumption, aged 20. The remains were interred in Caddo cemetery on Friday. He leaves a mother, brother, and sister to mourn his loss.
T. V. Orr is desirous of organizing a writing school in Caddo. He has samples of his penmanship one exhibition at Hydler’s Bakery, which shows that his is skilled for …Mr. Orr …(paper torn) (note: after reviewing display ads I believe this should be Heydler's Bakery)
The houses of R. A. Dodd and J. G. Smith were robbed last Sunday while their families were attending church. The thief carried off $6.40 in cash, some clothing, and jewelry from the Dodd residence. He secured two pistols and a razor from Mr. Smiths’ house. The thief was seen near the house and was recognized.
L. A. Morris of Ardmore was in Caddo this week on business.
A.W. Folsom of Bennington, has been in Caddo this week on business.
T. P. Collins of Sherman, Texas, was in Caddo representing the Cole Bros. Lightning Rod company of St. Louis, Mo.
There’s neatness and finish in the Buckskin Breeches that is not found in other makes. The reason they are the best is because we make more pants, know how better, and don’t waste any time in manufacture. That’s why the price is as low as that asked for common pants.
Prof. Wheeler and son Clarence of Caddo were here Thursday to play for the dancers. Mr. Wheeler has a class of boys at Caddo whom he is drilling for a city band. Master Clarence is now a fine piano, violin, and mandolin player. His father thinks of sending him to the Cincinnati conservatory of music this fall. Atoka Citizen
Several young men of Caddo have recently organized a literary society of the cultivation of their minds. All their spare time will be devoted to the study of the lives and adventures of such renowned heroes as “Diamond Dick”, “Frank Merriwell”, “Old Sleuth, the Detective”, “Nick Carter”, “Wild Eyed Bill, the Terror of Dead Man’s Gulch”, etc.
From the Purcell Register we learn of the passing away of Mrs. Sallie Fox, wife of J. M. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Fox were among the first settlers of Caddo and resided here for many years. She was an affectionate wife and mother, a kind and gentle friend, and a devoted Christian. The sympathy of the Herald is extended to the husband and children in their great bereavement.
Any lady who wants a hat made to order can buy her trimming from me and I will give her the frame during my special sale. Edna Long
Remember that T. R. McDonald has not sold out his photo gallery but is prepared to make good photos at your own residence. See him. Work guaranteed.