The Caddo Banner
February 23, 1894
Go to C. C. Jennings for cheap groceries.
M. F. Robinson has sent in a petition asking Judge Stuart to appoint him Notary Public.
Onion sets 60 cents a gallon at Jennings.
It seems as if the winter is coming in at the eleventh hour.
W. P. Booker says he now has his children at home where he can take care of them.
Little Lottie Jackson is confined to her bed with fever.
Mr. Christian received one present in advance of his wedding.
Remember W. P. Booker is headquarters for everything. Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Farming Implements, etc.
District court has adjourned. __abe Lock was not present to be tired. His bond had been lost. He will be re-arrested before the next court. Very little business transacted.
Children’s Photos a specialty at _10 Main Street Denison, Texas.
Jas. Sims gave an elegant dinner in honor of N. D. Christian and lady, Wednesday. Only a few of his most intimate friends were invited.
The band boys returned thanks through The Banner to the big hearted people of Caddo for the able assistance rendered them this month. Caddo always comes to the front whenever anything is needed.
C. A. Hancock has just added to his ___ stock the celebrated Diamond S. Baking Powder.
C. Cooper was married to Miss Susie E. Thompson at the residence of the bride’s grandfather, I. M. Deaton’s on Bryant’s prairie 8 miles south from Caddo, February 17th, Rev. C. E. Hotchkins officiated.
Choir practice at the Presbyterian at three o’clock p.m. Sunday.
Trains are beginning to run on time again.