The Caddo Herald
May 12, 1911
Ben Siegel wants your trade.
Siegel’s store is the best place to trade.
Lake Brewer was a Durant visitor Monday.
Will Travis was in town Tuesday on business.
Ladies’ sleeveless vests 5c to 25c. Ben Siegel.
Joe Haskins was here from Turnbull’s Saturday.
W. F. Semple went to Denison and Sherman Monday.
A. S. Lawlis was in town Saturday and enrolled himself among the army of Herald readers.
If you have anything to haul let us know. Sargent Bros. Dray and Transfer Co. Phone 84.
Money to loan at 8 per cent on your farm. See Dr. Chas. T. McGregor.
Just received a big shipment of all sorts of millinery. It is up-to-date. Ben Siegel
Let us show you a gasoline range. Once used, always used. Brigance Hardware Co.
Money to loan at 8 per cent on your farm.
See Dr. Chas. T. McGregor.
Let your wife be cool during the summer by using a gasoline range. Brigance Hardware Co.
J. J. Jenkins was here from Caney Saturday and reported things in the finest kind of shape.
Mrs. J. M. Pennington, of Whitewright, Texas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. McGregor and brother, Wm. Malone.
Ladies shirt waists, made of good linen lawn, nicely trimmed in embroidery or lace, your choice for 50c Ben Siegel
Miss Myrtle Pearce and Mrs. Walter Baxter left Monday to attend the session of the grand lodge Eastern Star at Guthrie.
Try a pair of Walk-Over Shoes. They only cost you $3.50 and it is the best value your money can possibly buy. Ben Siegel
For sale or trade for land in Bryan or Atoka counties, two good residences in Durant, Okla. Jno. A. Phillips, Caddo, Okla.
Cecil Bilbo, Walter Morris, W. R. McBride, A. K. Bass, H. T. Styron, Henry Bass, and Ernest Pitchlynn went to Durant Sunday.
Geo. Smallwood and Miss Mamie Powers were issued a permit to wed by the clerk of the county court at Caddo last Saturday.
One drunk and one assault and battery case from Kenefic were tried last Saturday by Justice Boland. The usual costs and trimmings.
Mrs. Mary Hill returned last Friday from Missouri where she attended the bedside of her brother for six weeks; who is now able to be up.
County Commissioner McDormitt was up from Durant Monday and he with Commissioner Freeny was inspecting some road near here.
Arthur Manning is remodeling his home on west Buffalo Street. It will be set back farther and the porch enlarged, besides some changes made in the interior.
Kirby Glasscock suffered a severe accident by being thrown and dragged some distance by a horse last Friday afternoon. Quick aid averted a serious accident.
Tomorrow (Friday night) the Fife’s begin their revival meeting at the opera house. Everybody invited to attend these meetings. They are interesting and soul-stirring.
Edw. Walters is building an addition to his home just east of town. Brick foundations are being put in and the additions will make the house in modern shape and very comfortable.
Don’t forget about the revival to be held at the opera house next week, beginning Friday night. The Fife’s have a national reputation and have large crowds wherever they go.
J. L. Hull was in town Saturday and reported things east of town as looking fine. Mr. Hull thinks that a permanent supply of water would do more than any one thing to develop the prairie country.
The Lawrence district school, four miles east of Caddo, closed last Friday. Miss Myrtle Pearce was teacher, and reports a successful term. There were no closing exercises owing to the non-attendance the last days.
W. H. Alexander, from New Mexico, is here visiting his brother, T. A. Alexander. It will be remember that Uncle Alex went off to New Mexico about three years ago, but it didn’t not take him long to decide to come back and come back he did.