The Caddo Herald
July 7, 1911
Arch Mason was up from Armstrong Wednesday.
Ira Smith was in town from Kenefick yesterday.
Dave Pearce was in from Pritchard school Wednesday.
Fine mare with mare colt for sale. See A. B. Rutherford
W. F. Semple attended to business in Durant Wednesday.
Ben Payne was a business visitor to Wapanucka yesterday.
B. Bennett was here from Whitesboro, looking after interests.
Misses Mary and Florence Howe were here from Durant Wednesday.
C. H. Elting was up from Durant Wednesday attending to business.
Mrs. J. S. Reyney has returned from a two weeks’ visit to relatives at Duncan.
Mrs. John Skaggs and children left Wednesday night to visit relatives in West Cliffy, Ky.
Four-room house with barn, lot 208x200 for sale cheap. A. B. Rutherford
The free trousers proposition is continued another month. H. Edwards
R. B. Hudson, from Bronte, Texas, was in town this week looking after business interests.
The Civic Club meets next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. F. Clower. A large attendance is desired.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. J. K. Bass at 4 o’clock, July 11th.
Mrs. C. V. Faulkner from Waxahachie, Texas and Mrs. Spears from Sherman, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Maddox and sister, Mrs. C. W. Hill in Caddo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nicholson were up from Durant the Fourth and spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning.
Miss Olga Phillips has been elected to teach the eight grade room in the public schools at Coalgate for the ensuing term.
The State Board of Pharmacy will meet in Oklahoma City next Tuesday. The examinations will be held Wednesday and Thursday.
The Katy Mill & Elevator Co. has installed a first-class Burow Mill and will do custom grinding for the public. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Kate Hollis, from Abilene, Texas arrived last Sunday and are spending some time with their daughter and sister Mrs. E. F. Nicholds.
The Home Mission Society met with Mrs. G. S. Cobb Tuesday afternoon at her home in Northwestern Caddo. There was a good attendance. The Society is planning further improvements on the parsonage.
This is the time of year to brighten up your floors and furniture. The Corner Drug Store is the place to buy paints, stains, and varnishes. You can make your old furniture look good as new with a can of varnolac.
When a doctor hands you a prescription it is up to you to have it filled correctly. When you take it to the Corner Drug Store it is always filled correctly. The most complete stock of drugs and sundries in Caddo and prices always right.
The wife of Jim Sephus, colored, died at their home two miles east of Caddo Tuesday and was buried Wednesday. Him has the sympathy of everyone, white and black, who know him. This family has long lived near Caddo and holds the respect of everyone because of their industry and honor.
Miss Myrtle Hipp entertained a happy party of young friends at her home Tuesday evening. The young folks show a more nearly proper spirit in celebrating the Fourth by having a nice social time instead of burning all the powder in the country.
I have decided to continue for another month my extra trouser proposition; that is with every suit you buy of me you get an extra pair of trousers free. The suits are made to your measure and fit and satisfaction are guaranteed. H. Edwards
The Fourth of July was quietly observed in Caddo. No other demonstration of any kind than the stores being closed was made. The stores were closed from ten o’clock and the business men and clerks spent the day in various amusements, many going to Blue to swim.
The other fellow is having his house painted. How about yours? Patton’s Sun Proof Paint is the best and eh cheapest on the market. When someone else tells you he has some just as good ask him about his guarantee. For sale at the Corner Drug Store. W. F. Dodd
Amos K. Bass has completed a twelve-food cement walk in front of the business houses occupied by Sam Jed and the Corner Drug Store. The grade of the walks here have been raised eight inches to guard against overflows, which overflow now seems to be in the dim and shadowy past.
Ben Siegel is placing cement walks in front of his building occupied by the Smith Barber Shop and E. E. Thompson, tailor. We understand that preparations are being made to put full twelve-foot walks along both sides of the street and that all old awnings will be torn away and new modern ones substituted. Our people are beginning to appreciate the advantage of modern improvement and everybody is doing something to make his place more comfortable and attractive.
W. C. Earnest of Springfield, Mo. has accepted a position as watchmaker and jeweler with Corner Drug Store. Mr. Earnest comes to Caddo well recommended both as a workman and gentleman. Mr. Dodd cordially invites you to meet Mr. Earnest and to entrust your jewelry repair work to him, assuring you of perfect satisfaction.