The Caddo Herald
October 27, 1911
Hulsey has moved.
Katy Mill puts no cob meal in its chops.
Judge R. C. Freeny was in town Monday.
J. R. Bryant was here from Kenefick Monday.
Miss Phyllis Hancock visited in Durant last week.
Jerry Beck was in town last Monday on business.
Tom Manning attended the Dallas Fair last week.
J. E. Bass and W. E. Brigance spent Sunday in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd spent a part of this week in Dallas.
Good residence for sale at a bargain. W. E. Thedin
W. D. Harrison is able to be out again after a month’s illness.
Rexall Violet Talcum 25c. A most delightful toilet necessity.
Stove pipe guaranteed for three years 15c per joint at Campbell’s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Freeny and children visited Dallas this week.
Mrs. and Mrs. A. F. Manning attended the Dallas fair this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer visited the fair at Dallas last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwards spend the first of the week in Dallas.
John M. Rutherford and J. J. Cathey visited the fair at Dallas Monday.
No matter what , no matter when, if you get it at Malone’s is all right.
Quality in drugs counts more than price- we deal in quality. Wm. Malone
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Braudrick will leave today for a few days visit to Dallas.
W. F. Semple has moved his law office upstairs in the Cossart & Howe Building.
Our goods are fresh, prices low, and goods guaranteed. C. O. D. Mercantile Store
C. J. Allen was in town Monday. Charley has run his figures up on The Herald.
I invite you to call on me in my new quarters for photos. Hulsey, photographer.
Mrs. S. B. Williams of Oklahoma City is visiting her sister Mrs. J. Tom Odil.
Mrs. Paul England from Durant, visited her sister, Mrs. R. H. Grassham this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Williams spent the first of the week in Dallas attending the fair.
Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder 25c. Good for the gums, good for the whole mouth.
If you have anything to haul let us know. Sargent Bros. Dray and Transfer Co. Phone 84.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Styron are visiting relatives in Cleburne, and attending the Dallas Fair.
S. B. Lowe and little son were in from Matoy Monday with cotton. They paid The Herald a visit.
Dr. J. R. Allen went to Dallas Tuesday. He will visit relatives at Greenville, and return home Saturday.
Will Travis was in town Monday and suffered an accident to his arm by his horse slipping with him.
Luther Braudrick spent last week in Dallas at the fair. He went down with W. H. Glasscock in his Rambler.
Hulsey has moved his photo gallery to the rooms formerly occupied by Allen & McGregor in the W. P. Wood building.
The brightest, cleanest, funniest play on the market is “The Missouri Girl” which will be at the Opera House October 28th.
Your horses and mules will not get staggers or heaves if you buy chops from Katy Mill for they make them from clean corn.
“The Missouri Girl” with Zeke and Daisy and their fun-making associates will be seen at Caddo Opera House Saturday October 28.
Miss Mary Bell returned Sunday to her home at Gainesville. As soon as she recovers she will return and resume her music class.
A.E. Folsom has purchased the Mattie Bloom residence in northwest Caddo, and has moved into it. Prof. Shaw has moved into the house vacated by Mr. Folsom.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Turnbull have moved to Durant at which place they will make their future home. Mr. Turnbull takes charge of the Assistant County Attorney’s place on Nov. 1st. Caddo regrets to lose these excellent people.