The Caddo Herald
April 4, 1913
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mugler were in town Tuesday.
Mrs. C. D. Robinson was trading in Caddo Tuesday.
Judge and Mrs. R. C. Freeny were in town Tuesday trading.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
Mrs. H. I. Meadows and children visited in Bokchito this week.
J. A. Moore left Monday for Paris, MO to attend to business.
Pure bred White Orrington eggs for safe, $1 for 15. M. L. Tanner
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Mrs. Mary Teubner and little daughter of Atoka are visiting relatives in this city.
Sheriff Lib Hart and Count Attorney Walter J. Turnbull were up from Durant Wednesday.
J. H. Cossart spent a part of this week in East Texas looking after business interests.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks, Carrol Franks, and Joe Wilkins motored to Bokchito Sunday.
A. P. Braudrick, Price Hill, and Arthur Trout spent a couple of days on Boggy this week fishing. They report the usual fisherman’s luck.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bouton, from Skiatook, spent several days here last week with friends.
Miss Jennie Scott from Durant spent last Sunday in Caddo, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beaty.
Are you afraid of storms? Ease your mind by taking out some tornado insurance with W. H. Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Grimes of Durant spent Sunday in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Smith.
Uncle Jerry Beck was in town yesterday shaking hands with friends who are always glad to see him.
Rev. and Mrs. H. P. Huffman are rejoicing at the arrival of a fine boy at their home last Friday morning.
Judge and Mrs. Rappolee came up from Durant Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hancock.
The Czerny Club will meet Saturday week with Jennie Manning at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. F. Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Cobb were Sherman visitors Monday and Tuesday attending the bedside of sick relatives.
Mrs. Cummings from Atoka and Mrs. W. P. Wood from Shawnee arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. J. K. Bass.
Play safe! Let W. H. Morris insure your property against loss by tornadoes. Only the best companies represented.
J. E. Mattox is now with H. G. Huffman, Herman Hauer having resigned to go to McAlester to be with the Hale-Halsell Co.
Mrs. Henry Braudrick and children spent Sunday in Caney with Mr. Braudrick, he being in the butcher business at that place.
Mrs. W. R. Bowman was again called to Sherman this week to attend the bedside of her aunt who has been quite ill for some time.
The Presbyterian Aid Society meets with Mrs. Amos K. Bass Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Every member is expected to be present.
For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlains Liniment. Try it and see how quickly it gives relief. For sale by all dealers.
Tom Gross, Hatsell Powell, James and Clarence Thompson went to Denison Sunday and witnessed the ball game between Dallas Colts and Denison.
If your watch needs repairing you can get it done quickly and correctly at the Corner Drug Store. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. F. Dodd
For Sale- One pair good 3 year old mules, well broke. For price and terms see J. H. McCallman, Caddo, Okla.
Clarence McCoy left Monday for Poughkeepsie, N. Y. He was accompanied as far as McAlester by his mother and Misses Howe and Maytubby.
Mrs. J. K. Bass returned last Friday from Temple, where she attended the beside of her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Styron. She reports Mrs. Styron much improved.
Mrs. C. E. Thompson and sister, Anna Keynon, visited homefolks in Denison Monday and Tuesday attending the ball game between New York and Denison.
W. W. Baxter was in Kenefick last Friday in the interest of the Katy Mill & Elevator. He is traveling for this concern and has much success selling their products.
The Music Club has made arrangements with Mr. F. E. Papden, of Dallas, to put on a Ladies Minstrel Show. Twenty-five ladies of Caddo will don burnt cork and sing, dance, etc.
Of course if you want to carry your own risks, don’t take out any insurance- but the wise man lets the big companies bear his losses. Talk with W. H. Morris about insurance today.
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Car load of FORD Automobiles on the road, expect to receive them any day. Come and see them. Brigance Hardware Co.
The Civic Club will meet with Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Grassham next Wednesday afternoon. Every member is requested to phone the hostesses if you will be resent or not. A full attendance of the members is desired.