The Caddo Herald
August 28, 1911
Of local interest
See Bartley for first class painting and paper hanging.
Always glad to see you at the Corner Drug Store.
Made to order suits at Thompson’s Tailor Shop. Call and see samples.
The “White Mountain”, the best refrigerator and ice box made, sold only and guaranteed by I. Engelberg.
If you have a bill of goods to buy you don’t do justice to yourself if you don’t figure with Ben Siegel.
Don’t forget to attend the Majestic Range demonstration at our store one week. May 1st to 6th. Brigance Hardware Co.
Engelberg will trade either way.
Miss Ball, from Wapanucka, has accepted a position with Sam Jed.
C. H. Elting was here from Durant Tuesday.
J. L. Campbell was a Durant visitor Tuesday.
We want the people of Caddo and surrounding country to take a look at our Ladies’, Misses, and Children’s trimmed hats. They are up to date. Prices way down. Ben Siegel
Just received a new and beautiful line of up-to-date furniture; have anything you want. Come in and see. I. Engelberg
Will R. McBride and Amos K. Bass witnessed the ball game at Durant Tuesday.
Today we received by express the 4th shipment of trimmed hats; they are going like hot cakes. Come and get yours. Ben Siegel
All kinds dining, parlor, and library tables at Engelberg’s.
Miss Edith Mattox spent several days with friends in Atoka last week.
All members of the Presbyterian Aid Society are requested to meet at the church Friday afternoon at 2:30.
For Sale- An incubator in good condition. Stanley Williams
Miss Anna Keynon, of Denison, who has been visiting her sister here, returned home Sunday.
Hugh Maytubby, Ernest Pitchlyn, Roy Riddels, and Misses Jo Clower, Josie Malone, and Neva Ray attended the ball game at Durant Tuesday.
A nice collection of automatic davenports and couches, just what you want. I. Engelberg
A party composed of W. H. Glascock, Wm. Malone, A. B. Rutherford, J. E. Bass, H. T. Styron, H. T. Chiles, and Art Wright went to Durant Tuesday to witness the ball game.
Mrs. W. L. Robertson from Gallatin, Mo. arrived last Friday and is visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. A. M. Robertson.
Money to loan at 8 percent on your farm. See Dr. Chas. T. McGregor
E. G. and Granville Baxter returned Friday from a week’s trip to Choctaw County where they bought cattle.
Lake Brewer was a business visitor to Durant Tuesday.
Every hat all new spring styles to be closed out as quickly as possible. Mrs. B. E. Homer
If you have anything to haul, let us know. Sargent Bros. Dray and Transfer Co. Phone 84.
I do a general delivery and transfer business and solicit a share of your patronage. R. E. Ziegler
Try a pair of “Walkover” low cuts; they are dandies. Price $3.50. Ben Siegel
While hats are saleable, we will sell our stock at the price to suit you. Store to change hands. Mrs. B. E. Homer
For sale or trade for land in Bryan or Atoka Counties, two good residences in Durant, Okla. Jno. A. Phillips, Caddo, Okla.
P. A. Clark has a farm of 50 acres 2 miles from Kenefick bearing the best crops, including alfalfa to be found anywhere in 40 miles. If bought soon, buyer gets the rent.
Senator T. F. Memminger of Atoka spent last Friday here visiting friends and looking after business interests.
Fred Jones, a lumberman in Denison was in the city Saturday on business.-Durant Democrat. That’s all a mistake, gentlemen. Fred Jones is a prosperous farmer living on his own black land farm about four miles west of Caddo. He has no intention of living anywhere else or engaging in any other business