The Caddo Herald
May 16, 1913
Uncle Jerry Beck was in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Turnbull were in town last Saturday.
W. R. Bowman was a business visitor to McAlester Monday.
If you want quick action, list your land with J. H. Phillips.
W. M. Smith came down form McAlester and spend last Sunday.
Will R. McBride was here this week from Denver, looking after business interests.
W. P. Vaughan was here form Cade last Friday. The Herald acknowledges a pleasant visit.
Miss Antoinette Peters was in town last Saturday from Buffalo Hill where she is teaching this year.
For Sale- One No. 9 6-cap George Washington cook stove in good condition; cheap by Waldorf Café.
Learn to make pictures. Get a Kodak at Corner Drug Store. A full line of kodaks and Kodak supplies always on hand.
J. H. Phillips is in business to sell land. If you have any to sell place it with him and the rest is easy.
C. D. Robinson and Jim Kennedy went to Durant Friday to see about school matters for their district.
Joe Smith from Honey Grove spent a part of the week with his brothers, Tom, Ollie, and Nathan Smith and mother.
Rockwell Bros. have just completed an addition to their office building, giving more room and greater convenience.
Miss Floy Crossett left Monday for McAlester where she has position as stenographer for the Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
Miss Elizabeth Hatcher has returned home from teaching school at Brown’s chapel which school closed last Friday.
Mrs. W. R. Crossett left Monday for Mena, Ark. to visit her daughter. She had spent several days in Caddo with her son and daughter.
Ebb Ingle bought fifty acres of land this week from P. W. Howe. This land is part of the Byington allotment just south of town and brought a round fifty dollars an acre. Mr. Ingle is a good judge of land values and he knows it will never be cheaper around Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris left last Thursday for San Angelo, Tex. to attend the bedside of Mr. Morris’ sister, Mrs. John A. Phillips.
Carl and Charley Price were in town last Saturday from Freeny. They reported cotton crops in need of rain which came the next day.
Gabe E. Parker of Academy and Will Gardner form Bokchito, were here Saturday, Mr. Parker purchasing from Dr. Bowman his fine team of mares.
One of the swellest residences in Sulphur, Okla. can be trade for land in the Caddo vicinity. See A. C. Chaney.
J. H. Phillips sold Ebb Ingle’s land, and then sold some more land to Mr. Ingle. That shows that his work is satisfactory. If you have land to sell why not list it with Phillips?
Our new fountain has arrived and a beauty. We can serve you pure and wholesome soda water from a fountain that is new and right up-to-date. It tastes better, try it. W. F. Dodd
Mrs. W. R. Bowman has accepted a position at Huffman’s where she will be glad to see her friends. Mrs. Bowman is familiar with the dry goods business and the wants of the people of Caddo.
There will be all day singing at Midway schoolhouse four miles southwest of Caddo Sunday. Everyone is invited to come and stay all day. There will be entertainment and amusement for all who come.
Just received a full line of the celebrated South Bend watches. The kind that keeps time all the time. Come in and let us tell you about these good watches, also how you can get one on the easy payment plan. W. F. Dodd