The Caddo Herald
July 12, 1912
Prices cut in two at Huffman’s on Ladies’ and Misses white and tan low cut shoes.
Cane and kaffir seed at Bass.
Tom Smith went to Atoka Sunday.
All kinds of feedstuffs at Katy Mill.
Dr. Chas. T. McGregor went to Durant Monday.
Prof. Geo. B. Frazier was a visitor to Durant Monday.
See Bass for feed and seed- all kinds bought by car load.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
You get good bone dry chops at Bass’. Chops that will not mould.
In order to get quick action on that farm loan see A. C. Chaney.
Tailor made underskirts for 65c to $15. See Mrs. B. E. Homer.
Don’t buy mouldy or wet chops. Get pure bone dry chops at Bass’.
See us before buying your oat bags. Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
Binder Twine- the best at Smith, Moore, Williams Co.
I do plain sewing and embroidery. Mrs. Baldwin
Take your clothes to a cleaning at the Pantitorium. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Fire, Tornado, Life, Plate-glass, and Bonding Insurance written in the best companies. A. C. Chaney
Scott Powell stated out Monday on a campaign trip. He has just finished his oat harvest and threshing.
Miss Gladys Braudrick returned last Saturday to her home at Granite, Okla. after visiting relatives in Caddo.
W. H. Robbins returned Sunday from a two weeks’ visit to Corpus Christi. He says it’s nice down there but that he likes Caddo better.
We have a few pieces of good serviceable office furniture to sell cheap; also a new Remington typewriter at a bargain. The Lingo-Leeper Co.
E. E. Fuller was here from Durant Saturday.
J. W. Crutchfield had business in Durant Monday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Price Hill Wednesday, a boy.
Miss Esther Heath visited friends in Durant Tuesday.
D. H. Linebaugh was here from Atoka Wednesday.
Chas. E. McPherren was here from Durant Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lawlis were in Caddo last Saturday.
Mrs. Carrie Williams was a visitor to Durant last Saturday.
S. E. Swinney was up from Durant Tuesday looking after interests.
Miss Kate Samford from Wills Point, Texas is visiting friends in Caddo.
Miss Flora Riddle and Miss Madeline Thompson spend Sunday with friends on Blue.
Miss Golda Bennett of Denison was the guest of Miss Josie Malone here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams from Kenefick were shopping in this city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Barker and Judge and Mrs. J. L. Boland spent Sunday in the country.
Miss Jewel Wright, who is attending the normal at Durant, visited homefolks Sunday.
J. C. Brigance and J. A. Beaird were Bennington visitors Wednesday, taking in the speaking.
Miss Loula Hayes left Saturday to spend the remainder of the summer in Whitesboro, Texas.
E. G. Hauer has moved this tin and plumbing shop to the old Lingo-Leeper office on Arkansas Street.
Rev. T. F. Coe filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church last Sunday morning and evening.
Mrs. A. T. Drake left Monday for Canadian to spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Witte.
If you want to buy land see or write to J. H. Phillips for he is the man who handles the deals.
Huffman will sell all low cut shoes for men, ladies, and children regardless of cost. They all must go.
Bass always has met the situation. They meet it this year with all kinds of feed, chops, shorts, bran, oats. Car lot buyers.
N. C. Chaney, who has been visiting his brother, A. C. Chaney the past week, left Monday for Hillsboro, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Folsom and Miss Emise Folsom left Tuesday for Corpus Christi, Texas to make their home.
Mrs. Dr. Folsom, Mrs. Lena Fielder and Miss Salita Fielder of Ardmore are visiting Mrs. Clower and Mrs. Bilbo.
I have secured the agency for the Spirella Corset. See me for your next fitting. Mrs. B.E. Homer
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks, Carroll Franks, and Clarence McCoy returned Wednesday from a ten days’ auto trip.
The Ladies Aid and Missionary Society or the Baptist Church will serve dinner August 6th, primary election day.
Mrs. Sallie Faulkner of Waxahachie, Texas is visiting her mother Mrs. B. F. Maddox, and sister, Mrs. C. W. Hill.
Don’t fool away you time getting up wood for threshing. Coal is cheaper at Lingo-Leeper.
Miss Venie Johnson of Sweetwater, Texas is here to spend the summer with the family of her uncle, G. E. Johnson.
Mrs. J. H. Doxsee and Miss Mary Bell went to Durant yesterday to take part in a music recital which they and Prof. Davis gave.
R. S. Sands and Dr. J. R. Allen went to Sherman yesterday, returning with Mrs. Sands who has been in the sanitarium for treatment.
Mrs. J. D. Maytubby, Mrs. A. P. Braudrick, Mrs. Sims Braudrick, and Mrs. Francis Shultz left Thursday for Bromide for a month’s outing.
The old Thompson gin is being moved to the northwest corner of the Scribner place across the railroad east of town. The new location is much handier.
Owing to the illness of Mrs. Carroll, who was to have been hostess, the W. H. M. Society held their meeting at the Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon.
The Pantitorium, under management of expert tailors, at C. E. Thompson old stand. Best clothes cleaning and repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call.
The Pavilion committees of the several clubs in town will meet with Mrs. J. L. Boland next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. All members are requested to be present.
An ice cream supper was given by the socialists at the east side school house last Saturday night. It had a large attendance and good patronage. Those present report an enjoyable and interesting time.
Wright Bomford of the Oklahoma Immigration Co. of Hugo was here two days last week looking after the company’s interest. He informs us that they have sold a large number of the Katy Heights lots and that their customers are well pleased.
If you take your prescription to the Corner Drug Store, you can rest assured that it will be filled correctly. Our prescription department is at all times taken care of by a competent druggist and our drugs the very best the market affords. W. F. Dodd, propr.
S. B. Mitchell of Pleasant Hill, one of the county’s substantial citizens and a good friend of The Herald, was in town Wednesday on business. Mr. Mitchell is the man who made the “Angel Kiss” watermelon famous in this section. He says he has more melons and better melons this year than ever before.
If you are a housewife you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful by washing dishes, sweeping, and doing housework all day, and crawling into bed dead tired at night. You must get out in the open air and sunlight. If you do this every day and keep your stomach and bowels in good order by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets when needed, you should become both healthy and beautiful. For sale by all dealers.