The Caddo Herald
July 22, 1910
Ask at the Caddo National Bank about insuring land titles in the Southern Surety Company.
A full line of the famous Hygenic toilet articles always on hand. Mrs. Mary Hill
Special values in felt hats, standard brands, prices from 50 cents to $3.00. They are worth twice the money. J. O. Hartzog
Hello boys! If you want some money till fall come to me and get it. Got some for you, come on. J. H. Cossart
Miss Sadie Odil left Tuesday for Cherryville, Kansas on an extended visit to relatives.
Good line of ladies white waists that we are offering at prices that will save you money. J. O. Hartzog
Those who are not regular subscribers to the Dallas News call Sunday or Monday and get proceedings of the primary election of Texas. G. S. Greenlee
L. C. LeFlore of Atoka was a business visitor in town Wednesday.
Men’s Athletic coat cut undershirts, universal price 50 cents. I am selling them for 40 cents. J. O. Hartzog
Geo. B. Morris was a Caddo visitor last week.
D. S. McDonald, from Durant, attended the picnic last Saturday.
The Christian Workers will give an ice cream supper on the lawn at the home of Dr. C. T. McGregor to begin about six o’clock this evening.
Miss Lillian Taylor, who has been the popular guest of Miss Ethel Cobb for the past two weeks, has returned to her home at Honey Grove, Texas.
Walter Dodd, aged 21, and Miss Ida Bussell (Russell), aged 20, both of Armstrong, were married last Sunday in this city by Judge J. M. Hall. The Herald wishes the happy couple much joy and prosperity.
Misses Madge Mattox and Emise Folsom have returned from a very pleasant visit to friends at Sherman, Texas.
The Woman’s Club library had 69 readers last month. Interest in the library is increasing every day and the ladies are taking great pride in the library which is being improved and added to all the time. Wednesday eight new books were ordered for the library.
You are invited to attend the ice cream supper at the residence of Dr. McGregor this evening, given by the Christian Workers.
J. T. McIntosh, J. V. Spell, W. R. Collins, T. J. Vaughan, C. L. Neeley, Lib Hart, H. M. Young, S. E. Swinney, W. R. Swift, W. J. O’Donley, Dr. James, Clipper Hamilton, and E. K. Smith were among the candidates to attend the picnic here last week.
Open air revival services on the lot between the McCoy building and Smith, Moore, Williams Co. will begin Sunday and will continue for some time. Elder Keevie, pastor of the First Christian church of Sherman, Texas, will conduct the services. Everybody, especially the Christians of all denominations, are cordially invited to attend these services.
The ladies of the Thursday Musicale will serve dinner at the McCoy old stand next door to the Bryan County Bank on election day, August 2nd. Everybody invited.
Marshal’s Notice: Notice is hereby given to all property owners of the city of Caddo to cut all weeds on property owned and controlled by them. A. P. Braudrick, Marshal