The Caddo Herald
January 16, 1903
J. M. Mullens made a business trip to Sherman this week.
Miss Pearl Russell visited in Atoka Sunday and Monday.
Chas. E. McPherren was a business visitor to Durant Monday.
George Russell was in Atoka two or three days first of the week.
For bread, cakes, and pies, fresh every day, go to the City Bakery. Edward Bates & Son
Almost anything in buggy harness and strap goods. Edward Bates & Son
Miss Anna Dodd has resigned her position as “central” for the telephone company.
Sam Maytubby Jr. has returned to Tishomingo where he is attending the Harkey Institute.
Chas. E. McPherren has for sale a number of very desirable residence lots in any part of the city.
Mrs. Simpson from Denison has accepted the position of “central” for the Choctaw Telephone Co.
A.P. Braudrick left yesterday to attend the bedside of this brother who is thought to be dangerously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles visited friends and relatives in Denison and Sherman Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lynch left Sunday for St. Louis where Mrs. Lynch will enter a sanitarium to be treated.
C. E. Griessenbeck is moving into the Mrs. Mattie Lynch stand where he will open an up to date confectionary.
S. H. McCoy from Ardmore is here living with his brother, J. H. McCoy under whom he is learning the watchmaker’s trade.
Photos, Photos, Photos at Clinkscales’ gallery. All kinds. Single, duet, groups, stores, residences, etc. Prices exactly right.
J. W. Allen who for a year has been reading The Caddo Herald, has moved to Caddo from Ambis, Texas of which we are delighted.
Dr. A. G. Washburn, secretary of the Baptist Missionary Association of the Territory preached a fine sermon at the Baptist church in Caddo last Sunday.
Last June a Mr. Riley left a dark sorrel horse about ten years old, at my house, which animal I will sell at public auction on the streets of Caddo, Friday, January 23rd, 1903 to pay costs of keeping said horse. M. C. Carter
Mayor McCoy informs us that the city criminal court of Caddo has assessed and collected in fines the past eight months $319.50, which goes a long way in meeting the regular expenses of the town. It is a warning too, to evil doers.
Fire brick and clay at Rockwell Bros.
J. C. Hainey and family arrived here from Stillwater, O. T. last Friday and will make their home here. Mr. Hainey is a brother of F. W. Hainey and the two have entered into partnership in the tinner business. See their announcement elsewhere.
R. A. Riddels has shipped several cars of hogs to Fort Worth this week and says the new market opened up will later be much better for all concerned as it is much nearer and the prices the same, making the profit to the producer in the lesser freight rates.
Monday evening just after school closed in the Choctaw court house fire was discovered coming from one of the school rooms. It was found to be in one of the desks which had accidently or otherwise caught fire. Quick action prevented the loss of the building.
Messers. J. W. Mullens and W. R. Frank have moved their barber shop to the store recently vacated by ___ (can’t read)___ Two Bills Barber Shop. They invite their friends to call on them there ____polite attention and good work. The City Bakery has since moved into the building occupying the west side.
I will sell at public auction in the town of Caddo one bay horse pony with ___ten brand on right shoulder, said animal having been impounded according to the laws of the said town on Saturday January 24 unless the owner of same pays pound fees. J. T. Jackson, Marshal
R. L. Allen, who for the past year lived at Marietta, formerly of this place with Abney & Allen, was a visitor to Caddo last week. He has moved his family to Bells, Texas and will this year conduct the Almance Store at the place. His friends here were glad to see him.
Samuel Walker last week moved his stock of groceries into the Hampton building near the depot, recently occupied by the Bon Ton Bakery. He invites his friends to call on him and give him their orders, for groceries he having a complete stock at right prices. See his ad.
Baby Josephine, whom Caddo people remember as being with the Payton Sisters Company which played a week’s engagement here last fall, was fatally burned at a hotel in Chattanooga, Tenn. last Sunday. We very much regret to learn of the accident. The child’s mother was also frightfully burned in rescuing the child.
A Wise Woman played to a very small audience last Tuesday night at the opera house. It was one of the best performances which Caddo has been fortunate enough to receive this season and deserved much better patronage. Those who did not go will always regret it. If they ever play a return date her e they will fill the house.
S. S. Sharpe, for a long time connected with Monroe & Dobson, left Wednesday for _____ I. T. where he has a _____.
The directors of the Choctaw Cotton & Power Co. met Tuesday night and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: A. C. Pace, president; W. J. Moon, vice president; W. H. Attaway, secretary; I. G. Abney, treasurer. The company owns the electric light plant and will endeavor to give better service than before.
Prayer services will be held at the Presbyterian Church each Thursday night. Not only members of this church, but all Christians and friends are cordially invited to unite with us in these meetings for prayer and praise. There will be preaching again next Sunday morning and evening to which all are invited. R. E. Telford, pastor
A special sale on high grade men’s clothing. Don’t buy until you see what we offer. We’re not selling them at cost, but meet other prices. A. S. Rutherford & Co.
H. T. Ahrens was in Caddo Saturday, preparing to move from Denison to St. Louis. He has property interests in Caddo and will regularly hear from here through The Herald.
For Sale- An elegant span of blooded work mares, a new Bain wagon, and a new set of double harness, or will trade for good native stock cattle. R. A. Riddels, Caddo, I. T.
I will sell at public auction Saturday, January 17, a square piano. I will sell it if possible before that time at private sale. C. A. Bilbo, Mortgage
Will have two cars of Texas red rust proof seed oats to arrive shortly. See me before you buy. Amos K. Bass- Hay, Grain, and Groceries
The City Bakery has moved to the Walker stand, next to the Two Bills Barber Shop where they want to see those desiring good fresh bread and cakes. Everything clean and up to date.
Reliable Vehicles, E. Bates & Son.
Parties indebted to Mrs. Mattie Lynch will please pay the same at once to Mr. Cicero Cooper at the Corner Drug Store. Mrs. Lynch is in St. Louis for medical treatment and has closed out her business.
Edward Bates & Son have added a pump to their fixtures to be used in case of fire, thus reducing the danger. A few more pumps added to different stores would materially reduce the rate of insurance.