The Caddo Herald
May 26, 1911
Of Local Interest
Odil the clothes doctor.
Hammocks at Engelberg’s.
See Odil the tailor for a Mohair suit.
A.P. Hill went to Durant Tuesday.
A.E. Ray went to Durant yesterday.
Baby carriages and go carts at Engelberg’s.
S. E. Swinney was up from Durant Monday.
Miss Florence Howe is home from school at Durant.
When you think of insurance, think of Robbins.
Always glad to see you at the Corner Drug Store.
Mrs. B. E. Homer, agent for Ladies Home Journal.
Best sisal binder twine at Brigance Hardware Co.
A.P. Wilson left last Friday for the Soldier’s Home.
Buy your refrigerator form Brigance Hardware Co.
J. B. Hipp has returned from a week’s visit to Matoy.
The only French Dry Cleaner in town. Odil the tailor.
E.A. Benton and wife were Durant visitors Saturday.
Miss Edith Gragg, from Durant, visited friends here Sunday.
Clyde Scott came up from Durant Tuesday to visit friends.
House and lot for sale on easy terms. Mrs. L. B. Hull.
Agent for the Globe-Wernicke bookcases. I. Engelberg
Miss Votre Nelms returned to her home at Durant Saturday.
Miss Myrtle Haralson is keeping books for the Brigance Hardware Co.
C.C. Cullar and C. E. Carroll were attending county court here Tuesday.
See the King of hand power washers at Brigance Hardware.
Miss Oleta Keynon from Denison is visiting her sister Mrs. C. E. Thompson.
The members of the city council went to Blue yesterday to examine the meter by which Caddo pays for pumping water. The company’s representative was present and after overhauling the instrument it worked alright.