This is the third set of locals from this issue. I don't think I've ever seen one issue with so many local items.
The Caddo Herald
May 26, 1911
Attorneys C. P. Abbott, S. H. Kyle and Victor Phillips came up from Durant to attend county court.
Mrs. Dr. Smith, from Little Rock, Ark. is visiting Mrs. A. E. Folsom and other friends in Caddo.
Men who break their necks all over town for a place to buy clothes should call on Odil the Tailor.
Mrs. A. E. Perry and Mrs. Mary LeFlore, from Coalgate, visited relatives in Caddo Wednesday.
That new baby must be photographed. Baby pictures my specialty. Hulsey the photographer.
Robbins at the Security National Bank represents old line insurance companies, the safest and best.
You haven’t been photographed since the year you was married. Bring the family and let us make an artistic group- Hulsey the photographer.
V. R. Oliver has resigned his position at the Corner Drug Store and in a few days will move to Oklahoma City.
The man from the factory will demonstrate the Wonder Washing Machine, Saturday at Brigance Hardware Co.
Cement walks have been completed on the south side of Buffalo Street to and including the residence of B. S. Ellis.
A.C. Pace came in from New Mexico Wednesday and will probably spend the summer here looking after interests.
We sell the celebrated White Mountain refrigerator, the very best- strictly sanitary. Get one now. I. Engelberg
Enjoy one of my hammocks- good to snooze in- from the best that’s made to the cheapest that are good. I. Engelberg
Frank McGregor, from Louisville, Ky. visited the family of his father in Caddo last week. He is attending medical college.
Mrs. J. R. Allen left Sunday to visit Dr. Allen’s mother at Greenville, Texas. Dr. Allen went down Wednesday and will return Sunday.
J. L. Boland has moved to his new home just completed in the Bungalow Addition, southwest. This is one of the neatest residences in Caddo.
J. L. Jeans has resigned as night watchman for Caddo. John Ray has been communicated with and will take the position about the first of June.
Luther Braudrick returned last Thursday from a week’s visit to his sister in Dallas. While there he took in the league ball games and saw the aeroplanes fly.
The little child of Mr. Baldwin who lives in the west part of town drank some coal oil Wednesday which made the little fellow sick, but not seriously.
See my up-to-date line of buffets, side boards, dressers, wardrobes, china closets, and combination writing desks. All up to date. I. Engelberg
Foley’s Kidney Pills are a true medicine. They are healing, strengthening, antiseptic and tonic. They act quickly. Corner Drug Store.
The other fellow is having his house painted. How about yours? Patton’s Sun Proof Paint is the best and cheapest on the market. When someone else tells you he has some just as good ask him about his guarantee. For sale at the Corner Drug Store. Mr. Dodd
C. P. Abbott was up from Durant yesterday. Several years ago he was principal of the Caddo schools and has many friends here. He is now practicing law.
Just received 72 pair of drummer’s samples ladies oxfords, pumps, and slippers; sizes 3, 3 ½, 4 and 4 ½ only. Your choice for Saturday only, $1.69. Ben Siegel
In one of the cases before the county court Wednesday Judge Rappolee was disqualified and Walter J. Turnbull was selected to try the case. He acted just like an old hand at the business.
A movement has been started, having for its purpose the building of a new school house at Bokchito. An election will be held soon to vote on the issuing of $13,500 in bonds for that purpose.
A.J. Vaughn has bought the old building occupied by the Masons for many years as a Masonic Hall. Edw. Walters has bought the iron building occupied by A. J. Vaughan just back of The Herald office.
Amos K. Bass has let the contract for two bungalows to be built on the lots on South Main Street formerly occupied by the old Baptist Church. They will be modern in every way and already have been leased.
The Lingo-Leeper Co. bought the lot on which the Presbyterian Church stood this week. The church is being moved to the lot west of the residence of J. K. Bass. The Lingo-Leeper Co. will build a brick front and otherwise improve their lumber yard.
Luther Logan was brought in from Matoy Wednesday by Deputy Norman, charged with assault and battery. Lida Yeates being the complaining witness.
Mrs. H. S. Shackelford arrive Wednesday from Wynnewood and is visiting her sisters Mrs. Ben Payne and Mrs. L. M. Wood and brother, G. A. Crossett; she was accompanied by her son Fay Hillary.
Grandma Easley died at the home of her son in Caddo Wednesday night at 10 o’clock. Deceased was eighty-seven years of age and has lived for a number of years with her son, B. R. Easley, in Caddo. S. G. Easley, another son, from Soper, Okla. was present. The funeral was held at the Caddo cemetery yesterday afternoon. (Nancy Killon Easley)