The Caddo Herald
September 2, 1904
See Craghead Bros. for fine candies.
B. L. Cooper is bookkeeper for P. W. Arnold.
Grover Russell visited in Lehigh last Sunday.
W. M. Stanley was here from Banty Wednesday.
L. N. Craghead was a visitor from Caney Sunday.
H. I Meadows went to the picnic at Matoy last Friday.
New goods arriving daily at Boone’s. Come and see them.
Addison Gage and brother were up from Caney Sunday.
New candies just arrived at Craghead’s. They’re fine.
P. H. Boxley spent Friday attending to business in Denison.
Give Hill Bros. your order for groceries. Everything clean.
Finest photo work at Clinkscales. Satisfaction guaranteed.
C. W. Falkner has accepted a position with Abney & Vincent.
Earnest Massie visited friends in Caddo Sunday from Durant.
J. F. Lamb & Son contractors and builders, shop on Main Street.
P. W. Arnold and A. C. Pace returned Tuesday from St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Russell returned Monday from a visit to Lehigh.
Grandma Folsom and little Katie Smith went to Durant Tuesday.
Call for a limeade at Dodd’s Soda Fountain. The best you ever tried.
Shoes- Shoes- In all the new shapes and styles. Just received at Boone’s.
John Phillips was transacting business in Caddo Tuesday from Caney.
Let us show you what we have in the way of fine eatables. Craghead Bros.
For Sale- A few nice pigs. Apply, Virgil R. Walker.
We want your corn, oats, and wheat. Bass the Grocer.
If you want a house built it will pay you to figure with J. F. Lamb & Son.
Mrs. Chas. E. Boland and Kate Dawson attended the picnic at Matoy last Friday.
Pit Braudrick was a business visitor to the Eastern part of the Nation last week.
For big bargains see the 5c and 10c counters at the Blue Front on Main Street.
Richard Moffat was here with (?) from the Freeny neighborhood Wednesday.
Mrs. B. F. Maddox and C. W. Hill are visiting relatives in Van Alstyne, Texas.
Miss Rose Bell Hynds, from McKinney, Texas, was the guest of Mrs. H. T. Chiles last week.
Mrs. S. J. Homer and son, St. Clair, have returned from a visit to relatives at Springfield, Mo.
Miss Malisie Baldwin of Durant, visited in Caddo this week, the guest of Miss Rheta Beaird.
The best ice cream in town at the Corner Drug Store. Try it once and you will have no other.
Edward Bates and Chas. E. McPherren were visitors to the Democratic rally at Durant Monday.
Walter Washington left today for Atoka where he will play ball with their team against Coalgate.
Miss Hallie Buss was here Monday from Durant, en route to Freeny Chapel where she will teach school.
Misses Ida and Garnette Hudspeth of Whitewright are visiting their brother, Jas. Hudspeth in Caddo.
Mrs. Edna Hill has an adv. in this issue about her new millinery (at Boxley’s). You should see her stock before buying.
Have your measure taken for that new fall suit by Boone. 1000 samples to select from. He guarantees a fit.
I want to buy a limited number of first class rattle snake hides. See me at Wood’s Drug Store. Luetsinger.
$2,500 worth of property in Caddo to trade for farm or pasture land. J. F. Lamb
Garments that fit always wear better and look better. Let Hill take your measure. He always guarantees a fit.
At the roping and riding contest at Durant last Saturday Chas. Ellis, a Caddo boy, won second money in both.
Misses Daisy and Gaynell Baxter and Nannie Robinson left Wednesday to attend the Presbyterian College at Durant.
Clem Bates and J. T. Jackson were making new acquaintances and shaking hands with old friends at the Matoy picnic last Friday.
Leave or phone your orders for ice cream at Wood’s Drug Store. Only the finest pasteurized cream served. None other should be used.
Miss Artie Skeen from Waco is visiting her sister, Mrs. Beulah Yates, and will probably remain all fall assisting in the millinery store.
Miss Kate Dawson, after a two week’s visit in Caddo, with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Craig, returned to her home at Bells, Texas, Saturday.
We are always in the market for good fat hogs. Also want a limited number of good stock hogs. R. A. Riddels & Son.
The morning subject in the Baptist Church next Sunday will be “The Fatherhood of God”. Evening subject: “Afflictions and Why They are Sent”.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moon delightfully entertained a crowd of young people at their home in Caddo Tuesday night. All who attended report a most excellent time.
Jas. Hudspeth arrived this week from Atoka and is actively engaged in making arrangement for opening the Caddo National Bank. Mr. Hudspeth is cashier.
Forty–eight bales of cotton were marketed here Wednesday the prices ranging from $10 to $11. The cotton market has certainly opened up for good in Caddo.
Caddo young folks enjoyed a social hop at the opera house last Friday night. It was given in honor of Miss Rose Bell Hynds of McKinney, who is visiting Mrs. H. T. Chiles.
We understand Caddo will have twelve cotton buyers on her streets this fall. With this number it is certain that the farmer will get the very top price for the fleecy staple.
Lots of freight for our merchants is coming in. They have all returned from market and are busy opening up the goods received by them. A little later most of them will be able to tell you just what they bought while away.
Mrs. Beulah Yates returned Wednesday from a three weeks’ trip to St. Louis where she attended the fair and studied new millinery styles. She bought a line of fall millinery and wants her friends and customers to come and see her stock.
T. H. Jenkins, who for the past year has been agent at Caddo, has been promoted to be Katy agent at Coalgate. Caddo regrets to lose Mr. Jenkins, who has made hosts of friends here. Mr. Doxsee, from Chicago, will take Mrs. Jenkins place at this station.
Protect your business and your family by insuring your life in the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Represented by H. Edwards & Co.
Clem E. Bates and J. T. Jackson were transacting business in the neighborhood of Bokchito Tuesday. They say the crops in that vicinity are not as good as they are around Caddo on account of the worm. They also state that the roads are in fair condition.
Profs. Ellison and Morris arrived Wednesday and are making preparations for the opening Monday of the Caddo public schools. The assistant teachers, Misses Slight, Harrington, and Ray will arrive this week and the school will begin promptly Monday morning.
Busby Bros. Show was here Saturday and gave a performance Saturday night. We were puzzled as to the reason they give only one performance, but that was shown us when we witnessed the attempt that night. No town on earth would stand for two such performances.
Claude Williams was here from Denison Sunday. Claude is one of the many Katy strikers who, having been convinced that they couldn’t win, have gone to work. He has enlisted for three years with the U. S. Signal Service and has been assigned the duty near San Francisco, Cal. He left Sunday for that state.
S. A. McCoy and Miss Mae Ellis were married at Caney Sunday morning. They were Caddo young people. The groom was formerly connected with the light company here, but is now in the jewelry business at Caney; the bride is the daughter of Captain and Mrs. B. S. Ellis. The Herald wishes the young people every happiness.
Supt. Gabe E. Parker and Professor F. E. Gunn of the Academy were here Tuesday. The fall term of the Academy began yesterday and enrollment will be about was hundred. The faculty of the Academy is as follows: Gabe E. Parker, Supt.; F. E. Gunn, Principal; Miss Bettie Dilworth, Mary Morley, Lottie Lou Waters, assistants; Miss Ora Gordon, Matron; Mrs. Knight, seamstress; Miss Donna Gardener, assistant, and Ed Terry, Janitor.