The Caddo Banner
March 15, 1895
Winter still hangs on.
E. G. Lloyd is in the city.
Miss Dora Lewis is in the city.
Alex Haas was in town this week.
H. Bates visited Denison yesterday.
Supt. Hunter was in town yesterday.
Robt. Thurman visited Denison this week.
Col. W. A. Durant was in the city this week.
N. D. Christian visited Denison this week.
Peter Hamer returned from Denison yesterday.
Attorneys Rails and Pate were in the city yesterday.
The show last night was just simply “out of sight”.
J. W. Carey, the tie contractor, was here his week.
Good-bye early gardens; the ground is covered with sleet and ice today.
Boots and shoes at C. C. Jennings.
Mrs. Dave Pearce is very sick and not expected to live.
Post Master Hancock made a business trip to Ardmore this week.
Z. T. Faller’s baby, near Bennington, is very sick with Poke root poison.
Marriage license has been issued for Thos. Roach and Miss Mattie Skidmore.
H. R. Cocke, one of Atoka’s’ popular Deputy Marshals, was in town Saturday.
Post Master Hancock will leave this evening for South McAlester on a business trip.
Rev. R. W. Officer of Atoka was shaking hands with his many friends here this week.
C. E. Phillips has opened up a racket store at the old stand formerly occupied by Phillips Bros.
J. H. Nail says he has the only thorough bred race horse ever foaled in the Choctaw Nation.
Jim Ainsworth of Oak Lodge was married to Miss Freeney at the resident of the bride’s father, R. C. Freeney yesterday. Rev. R. W. Officer officiating.
The best way to avoid scalp diseases, hair falling out, and premature baldness is to use the best preventative known for that purpose- Hail’s Hair Renewer.
The sooner you begin to fight the fire, the more easily it may be extinguished. The sooner you begin taking Ayer’s Sarsaparilla for your blood disease, the easier will be the cure. In both cases, delay is dangerous, if not fatal. Be sure you get Ayer’s and no other.
Blue County held a convention a few days ago and sent J. H. Bryant, Cornelius Jones, and Henry Byington to Tushka Homa as delegates to the Progressive convention. It also instructed for J. H. Bryant for National Treasurer and T. W. Hunter for National Secretary. In Jackson County G. W. Dukes was endorsed for Treasurer, T. W. Hunter, Auditor, W. W. Hampton, Attorney General and Green Gardner for National Secretary.
E. G. Cagle has fine Poland China and Berkshire pigs for sale at $20 a pair. Sows will weigh from 375 to 500 pounds.
Johnson Jacob is to be shot today at the District Court ground near the forks of Boggy. We expected to be present, but did not have the nerve to tackle this cold norther.