The Caddo Herald
May 12, 1911
Of Local Interest
I want your work. Odil the tailor.
Miss Francis Lyle was a Durant visitor Monday.
Bud Maytubby was here Tuesday from Voca.
Byron Mace was a Durant visitor Monday.
When you think of insurance, think of Robbins.
Andy P. Evans was here yesterday from Bonham.
Judge Nicolds transacted business in Durant Tuesday.
J. A. Bradford was here yesterday from Oklahoma City.
A.B. Rutherford left Wednesday for Ravia on business.
Try me on the work the other fellow can’t do. Odil the tailor.
You can have your choice, trade with Siegel or pay more.
Mrs. W. T. Dyer, from Durant, is visiting her niece, Mrs. A. E. Ray.
George Bartley’s father form Ennis, Texas is visiting him in Caddo.
Mrs. D. B. Williams and Miss Sadie Williams spent Tuesday in Durant.
Mrs. Moore, of Kansas City, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Doxee.
A.M. Robinson, of Honey Grove, was here yesterday attending to business.
Howard Faudree was in town yesterday. He reports the rain very welcome.
Mrs. M. Manning returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives at Stringtown.
Miss Dollie Singletary, from Caney, was spending a few hours in Caddo Wednesday.
W.D. Harrison is making some improvement on the house recently vacated by Art Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. White (nee Mrs. Guenther) are visiting relatives and friends in Caddo.
Mrs. J. H. Doxee and Mrs. W. H. Robbins spent Monday in South McAlester.
O. B. Paschal was here from Oklahoma City yesterday looking after business interests.
Miss Mary Rappolee and Miss Charline Hogan visited Mrs. J. L. Rappolee in Durant this week.
Mrs. J. L. Hendricks is able to be up after a severe illness. Her mother from Sallisaw is visiting her.
Special discount on all summer fabrics. Clothing made to order. Get choice now. Thompson the Tailor.
I make a specialty of ladies work. None too delicate, no shrinking, no fading. Odil the Tailor.
The new baby must be photographed. Baby pictures my specialty. Hulsey the photographer.
Robbins at the Security National Bank represents old line insurance companies, the safest and best.
Made to your measure suits, $12.50 and up. Odil the tailor.
The council of Caddo has ordered a general clean up. Let me clean your clothes. Thompson the Tailor.
A.B. Rutherford let the contract to Rev. Hodges to build his modern residence on west Buffalo street Monday.
Geo. McCulley is visiting friends in Caddo. George was raised here and his friends were glad to see him.
Mrs. B. O. Smith from Eufuala is spending the week in Caddo visiting her mother, Mrs. Fuller and other relatives.
Mrs. O. Q. Moon and daughter, Valie, are visiting the family of John Droke, arriving from Oklahoma City Wednesday.
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.