The Caddo Herald
May 8 1903
Call No. 45 for printing.
See the change in Dodd’s adv.
A.H. Farrar, resident dentist.
No. 12, Bass has always got it.
That Wood’s butter at Bass’ is simply fine.
C. C. Robinson spent Sunday in Durant.
Ben Payne was a Durant visitor last Friday.
S. J. Homer was a Durant visitor Monday.
G. H. Bartlett was a Durant visitor Sunday.
Haag’s shows Wednesday night. Don’t miss it.
Charles Hill attended to business in Durant Friday.
C. Y. Semple was a business visitor from Coalgate Saturday.
For first-class dental work call on A. H. Farrar, resident dentist.
R. L. Williams was a business visitor here from Durant yesterday.
Who sells Chase & Sanborn’s high grade coffee? Bass, of course.
Sam I. Morley was in form Academy attending to business Tuesday.
Mrs. J. C. Hampton and children are visiting relatives at Violin, I. T.
D. C. Gideon and Lake Brewer are new subscribers to The Herald.
J. V. Roberts, from Sherman, visited his son Barlow in Caddo this week.
Lee Dowlen from Windom, Texas, was prospecting in Caddo this week.
The Caddo Herald. Professional Printers.
June corn for sale. Bass, the grocer.
J. A. Droke and Arch Russell were business visitors to Crowder City last week.
What flour took the premium at the Paris Exposition? Gold Medal, at Bass’.
Miss Ola McCoy of Ardmore is in the city, the guest of her uncle A. B. McCoy.
R. T. Lynch was over to Boswell City Sunday, visiting his brother, Dr. Lynch.
Mrs. J. L. Hull and Miss Amelia Gardner spend Tuesday visiting friends in Bokchito.
Miss Jan Harrison from was the guest of Miss Nellie Folsom in Caddo this week.
Last week The Herald finished the new directory for the Choctaw Telephone Co. for Caddo.
Last week’s frost nipped considerable corn and destroyed some cotton and a number of gardens.
Haag’s Mighty Shows will show in Caddo Wednesday, May 18. Best show that tours the Territory.
The Herald bought a new job press Wednesday. It will be installed in a few days. Thus our facility for more print work will be improved. Don’t be afraid of supplying us with work. As the necessity arises, we increase our capacity.
The ___ box at W. P. Ward’s will be opened tomorrow week. See his adv. in this issue about it.
Miss Dora Stone, of Salina, Texas, has been the guest of her cousin, Barlow Roberts, in Caddo this week.
W. P. Snell of High, Texas, is a Caddo visitor this week, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Harvey Hogue.
For Sale- A stock of coffins and undertaker’s goods, cheap for cash. Peter Bloom, Caddo, I. T.
Insure your life in the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J. Represented by H. Edwards & Co.
The two days old child of B. R. Easley died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday. The Herald extends sympathy.
The best popular price show on earth will show here Wednesday, May 13. Haag’s Shows. Watch for the grand street parade.
A.D. Phillips of Caney spent Sunday and Monday in Caddo with his parents. He reports his town thriving and business satisfactory.
Crown and bridge work. All work guaranteed. A. H. Farrar, resident denies above Wood’s drug store. Five years experience.
C. H. Elting left Tuesday for Claremore, where he attended the grand lodge K. P. as a representative of Caddo Lodge No. 35.
Blank lease contracts for sale at this office. Mailed to any address at 5c each, postage prepaid. Stamps accepted in small amounts.
Charles Barry, who formerly resided here, but now of Tecumseh, I. T., was in Caddo Sunday shaking hands with his numerous friends.
All my work is guaranteed. Five years experience. Prices very reasonable. A. H. Farrar, resident dentist above Wood’s drug store.
T. B. Allen, from Guertie, I. T., spent several days here this week visiting his daughters, Mesdames J. L. Rappolee and J. V. Hardin.
J. H. Cossart had the misfortune Wednesday to lose a fine jersey cow. She had been suffering several days and he was compelled to kill her.
Lost- The records of the First Baptist church. They have been misplaced and finder will please report to W. F. Dodd and greatly oblige all concerned.
On Monday morning last, a seven and one half pound baby girl made its appearance to make happy the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Easley in West Caddo.
Miss Mary McArthur visited relatives and friends in Caddo Saturday. She returned to her school at Coalgate Sunday eve, accompanied by Miss Dora McArthur.
Patton’s Sun Proof Paints. Best on earth. Best on houses. Best on barns. The only paint sold under an absolute guarantee. For sale by W. F. Dodd, at Corner Drug Store.
Miss Ethel Cobb, who is attending school at Paris, Texas, spent this week with homefolks. She was accompanied by her friend, Miss Parker, who is also attending Mary Connor College.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman left this week to spend several weeks visiting Mr. Huffman’s relatives in Snyder and other Texas points. He left his laundry business in charge of Mark Hall.
The Herald job department this week turned out a most prosperous job for the Tribal Bank & Trust Co. We have other neat work and if you want any just phone us. Forty five is our number.
Russell Brothers have bought the general merchandise stock of E. O. Harrison and have taken charge. They have an interesting adv. in this issue and it will pay people to investigate their offerings.
It’s been trying to rain all this week. We hope with hundreds of others that it will succeed. The farms certainly need it. In places near town good rains have fallen, but only enough has fallen in town to dampen the ground.
Special train to New Orleans, on account of national reunion of the U. C. V. May 19th, will leave Caddo 4:40 p. m. May 17th. Sleeping car rate $5.00. Tourist car rate $2.50. C. F. Orchard, agent.
Capt. B. S. Ellis and a number of other Caddoites were in Durant last Friday night where they heard Gen. J. B. Gordon lecture. Mr. Ellis took his famous horse down with him and that fine animal attracted much attention.
The cowboy preacher, Mr. Hickey, of Hillsboro, Texas, preached to a Caddo audience Wednesday and Thursday nights. He is a typical westerner, is original and earnest, and by his informal way of speaking is easily recognized as a former prince of the plains.
United Confederate Veterans reunion at New Orleans, La. May 19th to 22nd. For above occasion the M. K. & T. Ry. Will sell tickets form Caddo to New Orleans and return for $11.90. Dates of sale, may 17th and 18th, good returning May 24th. C. F. Orchard, agent.
William Bilbo, LeRoy Hampton, Lake Hamptom, Dudley Maytubby, Floyd Maytubby, Walter Morris, Helen Leflore, Minnie Haha Stewart, and Cecil Bilbo were present every day in the month of April in the Choctaw School. G. W. Ferguson, Principal
Mrs. Fred Engman died at her home in Durant last Saturday and was interred in the Sherman cemetery Sunday. The many friends of Fred Engman in Caddo will sincerely sympathies with him in the loss of his helpmeet. They lived some time here, and made many friends.
The Sunday schools of Caddo will unite and leave this morning for the Hampton Crossing on Blue, six miles south of Caddo, where they will have a picnic. The ladies have provided sumptuous lunches. Conveyance will be furnished all those who wish to attend. There is no doubt but what an excellent time will be had.
Ernest McKinnon, the young man who was hit on the head about ten days ago seems to be in a very critical condition. He improves at times and then relapses and it is said he has not yet been able to speak plainly. The attending physicians will not allow anyone to see him. His parents were wired Tuesday.