The Caddo Herald
March 1, 1901
Miss Elnora Cooper arrived Wednesday from Caddo Mills, Tex. and will reside with her sister Mrs. Lynch. Her many friends here are glad of her return.
Dr. Street of Fuller & Street, the eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist of South McAlester, was in our town Friday and gave The Herald an appreciated call.
Peter Bloom is putting in this week a …(can’t read)in his blacksmith shop, thus making it one of the best equipped in this part of the country. Mr. Bloom has the best workmen in the country and can do anything in his line.
One of the attractions for the cattle men tomorrow will be the fine hog and cattle show on the premises of R. A. Riddel and W. P. Ellis in the north west part of town.
If you want any paper hanging, canvassing, painting, or sign writing done see H. Moothart. He will do it well and cheap. Leave orders or see him at Smith’s drug store.
Smith, Cobb, & Pace have just received new car of fine buggies, surries, and traps and they want to sell them. Be sure to call on them if you need a vehicle of any kind.
W. G. Parsons, the young merchant of Maytoy was here Wednesday. He had The Herald do some job printing for him. We were glad to meet him and wish him success.
Prof. Hughes tells us his school is not as largely attended owing to false small pox rumors. He thinks the attendance will increase since the scare and disease has abated.
Barlow Roberts and A. C. Joyce have several fine Poland China and Berkshire hogs to be exhibited in the fine stock show tomorrow as have also C. A. Hancock and J. C. Hampton.
When children have earaches, saturate a piece of cotton with Ballard’s Snow Liniment and place it in the ear. It will stop the pain quickly. Price 25 and 50 cents. W. P. Wood
I am just receiving a very large supply of sundry goods, brushes, combs, toile articles, purses, and a fine line of stationary. See them. W. P. Wood
Remember that I keep the celebrated Clover brand of shoes, the brand that has been thoroughly tested. Examine my large stock, buy them, try them, and be convinced. C. A. Hancock
Who owns this pony? A roan horse pony 9 or 10 years old, 12 hands high, one white foot and blaze face. Address J. L. Smith & Co., Caddo, I. T.
Mike O’Dea is able to be out again. Last fall he had his right hand severely injured by a runaway team and it became so painful that amputation was necessary, which was done about a month ago.
The fragile babe and the growing child are strengthened by White’s ream, Vermifuge. It destroys worms and gets digestion at work and so rebuilds the body. Price 25 cents. For sale by W. P. Wood.
J. M. Mullens is building a large pool in the east part of town for his gin which he will have ready to handle part of the next crop. The Durant oil company is also building a large gin and pool near Semple’s gin.
We have an interesting letter this week from our good friend J. R. Knight at the Academy. Now we want letters from all neighboring towns so that everyone may find something interesting in The Herald.
The Ladies Bazaar will be complete this spring. We will have a well selected stock of the latest novelties in millinery and ladies goods; also will have a first class dress maker by the 10th of March. Be ready for our opening. Mrs. Lynch, manager and trimmer.
To the cattlemen: you are cordially invited to visit my studio on West Buffalo Street. I do only the very best work and my prices are reasonable. Call and get your photo taken. W. W. Clinkscales
Mrs. Lynch left Saturday for St. Louis where she will spend several days in studying and getting the newest styles of spring millinery for the Ladies Bazaar. Call and see her when she returns.
The Caddo Music Club will meet with Mrs. J. B. Lyle tomorrow evening. “Wagner” will be discussed. The club then will have been in existence a year and this will be sort of an anniversary meeting. The club is to be congratulated in having lived and done as much good last year and this and The Herald hopes it may live many more years. Among the best entertainments our town has had have been brought here by this club. Its meetings are always interesting and elevating and every meeting has resulted in good to its members. Caddo should be proud of her musical club. Visiting ladies musically inclined are invited to attend this meeting.
I have two good residence lots for sale in the north part of town. See C. E. McPherren
Lost- One black, white, and tan setter dog, 12 months old, named Ted. Finder will please return same to J. A. Ellison, Bokchito, I. T. and get a liberal reward.
I am running a free delivery wagon for W. T. Smith, Arnold & Attaway, G. W. Phillips, J. C. Hampton, Abney & Allen, Smith, Cobb & Pace, and W. P. Booker & Co. and will deliver goods for them in any part of the town free of charge and will also deliver goods for the public for moderate prices. J. A. Black
Lost- Fifteen head of cattle branded SG connected; marked underbit and crop in right ear, and hole for the left. Will pay $25.00 for information leading to the recovery of said cattle. Solomon Goforth
To the Public: Notice is hereby given that the post office building and the three residences on Buffalo Street occupied by C. E. McPherren, J. H. Dobson, and myself, the vacant lot on Buffalo Street by Mr. Ahren’s residence, and all the vacant lots in the enclosure east and north of my home residence are my individual property and any sale, trade, or encumbrance on same without my written consent will not be approved by me. Mrs. C. A. Bates