The Caddo Herald
April 10, 1903
Call No. 45 for printing.
Cotton seed. Leeper & Chiles
Will Mullin Sundayed in Denison.
R. T. Lynch spent Sunday in Denison.
A. C. Joyce was a Texas visitor Sunday.
For Rent- One 5 room cottage. Inquire of J. B. Lyle.
Get good cotton seed form Leeper & Chiles for planting.
George C. Morgenstern spent Sunday with friends in Paris, Texas.
Remember Ten Nights in a Bar Room, under canvas Wednesday, April 22nd.
Hon. C. H. Elting delivered an address to the republican club at Durant Tuesday.
Try Chamberlain’s stomach and liver tablets, the best physic. For sale by W. P. Wood
Chas. Hill and Doc Hill were business visitors to Tishomingo Tuesday and Wednesday.
Wanted- Ten boys between the ages of eight and twelve years for band. Apply to W. H. Wheeler.
M. G. Boxley from Pilot Point, Tex. has been a visitor and business inspector in Caddo this week.
Miss Gertrude White, who teaches the Freeny School, was a visitor to Caddo last Saturday.
Will McBride and Dr. Staples spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday returning home Monday morning.
Miss Anna Eising, Chicago’s favorite singer, will be heard with Eiler’s big show, April 22nd under canvas.
Tom Hunter has been in Caddo this week shaking hands with his many friends, going out to his ranch also.
James Lewis, the world’s greatest dancer, will appear with Ten Nights in a Bar Room, Wednesday, April 22nd.
Georgia stocks, coulters, turning shovels, sweeps, and small plows of all kinds. Edward Bates & Son, Caddo.
Special Easter services will be held at the Methodist Church south, Sunday night. Everyone is cordially invited to be present.
Dr. Hargreaves was in Caddo yesterday enroute to Bennington, his home, which he has been away from for several days on a visit to South McAlester.
Don’t forget about the Easter egg hunt at Mrs. McCoy’s residence tomorrow evening. The children will have a good time and the cost will only be five cents.
Last Sunday an aggregation of young men came to Caddo from Durant to play ball. At the end of the ninth inning the score was 35 to 9 in favor of Caddo. The game was not a good one on either side, owing to the exceeding high wind. The Caddo team is making an enviable reputation this early in the season and the boys want to keep it up.
An egg hunt will be given by the W. P. & H. M. Society on April 10th at the residence of Mrs. A. B. McCoy, between 4 and 5 o’clock. Admission, five cents.
Monday was regular day for county court. Judge R. C. Freeny, Clerk L. M. Maurer, and Sheriff J. W. Durant were in attendance. Routine business was transacted.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Diffenderffer have moved into their new house in northwest Caddo. They have a beautiful cottage and it adds much to the already good looks of that part of town.
Mrs. Ben Hampton and a daughter, Miss Phoebe, and Mrs. J. V. Hardin, left Saturdays for Chickasha which is the home of Mrs. Hampton. Mrs. Hardin will be gone about ten days.
Eagle, black and mixed land. Avery, sandy and mixed land. Moline, black land. Oliver Chilled, mixed and sandy land turning plows. Cheap plow both wood and steel beam. Edward Bates & Son, Caddo, I.T.
Louis Rosenbaum is in receipt of a letter from J. Blair Shoenfelt, U. S. Indian agent at Muskogee stating that he will pay the Chickasaws their $40 per capita on or about May 1st. The agent is now preparing the roll. Durant News
Through ignorance of the affair, The Herald failed to mention last week the picnic party of the Choctaw school children given April 1st, by Prof. Ferguson and Miss Ballinger. The young folks spent a splendid day among the fields and flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles have moved into their new home on West Buffalo Street, which has been in the course of construction several months, but was delayed by the wet weather. It is a beautiful residence and an addition to the looks of the town.
Last Friday Caddo’s second nine of ball players went to Armstrong Academy and engaged in a game with the second team of that place, winning the game by a score of 23 to 5. The boys were handsomely treated by the Academy boys and are anxious to again be their guests.
This paper could be filled with times like the following and every one be the absolute truth. I had rheumatism for years and tried almost everything, but got no permanent relief until I used Chamberlain’s pain balm, three bottles of which have cured me. It is the best medicine I ever used. Phillip E. Roads, Pennville, Mo. Pain Balm is for sale by W. P. Wood
News comes from Denison that the operator who has been stationed at Caney stimulated himself with some of Denison’s elixir of life and proceeded to the superintendant’s office where he attempted to dictate to that individual how to run the Katy road. The superintendent called a policeman and the man is now clicking the sounder on the door of his cell.
The Durant republican club met last night in the U. S. Commissioner’s court room. Quite a number of republicans and a few democrats were present and listened to the address of Hon. C. H. Elting of Caddo, who was very eloquent in his remarks and greatly interested his hearers. He gave a brief history of his party, eulogized President Roosevelt, and considered him a good man for the chair in 1904. Mr. Elting spoke for over an hour. Judge Charles Parker made a few brief but highly appreciated remarks. Durant News
Deputy United States Marshal J. B. Davis passed through Caddo on the south bound Katy last Saturday on his way to South McAlester. In …..bloodhound….these dogs trained. The cost ….per month. (Most of this is unreadable.)A happy fishing party went out from Caddo yesterday morning to endeavor to entice members of that tribe to swallow barbed hooks surround by ailing worms. Among the party we learned were: Messrs. C. E. McPherren, W. P. Wood, A. B. McCoy and J. K. Bass, and Mesdames C. E. McPherren, H. W. Diffenderffer, W. P. Wood, A. B. McCoy, J. K. Bass, C. A. Bilbo, W. W. Boone and D. A. Mounts.