The Caddo Herald
October 17, 1913
The best flour in town at Freeny’s.
Chas. Price was in town last Saturday.
Tom Benson was here form Durant last Thursday.
Clean, fresh groceries- the kind you like- at Freeny’s.
Mrs. H. G. Huffman was a Durant visitor Tuesday.
Prof. E. O. Shaw was up from Durant last Saturday.
Judge and Mrs. R. C. Freeny were in town Tuesday shopping.
Henry Edwards is in Ardmore this week attending U. S. Court.
Sam Swinney was in Caddo last week shaking hands with old friends.
Prof. Corley McDarment was visiting friends in Caddo last Sunday.
O. R. Nicolson was here last Friday from Durant attending to business.
Miss Kate Nicolds was up from Durant last Sunday visiting homefolks. Mrs. Jas. Dunham from Sherman visited Mrs. G. Goodman last week.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
All fruits, butter, eggs, etc. kept in a dry cell refrigerator. M. F. Haralson
Miss Lola Threlkeldt spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister at Calera.
School shoes for boys and girls at Huffman’s.
Mrs. T. S. Maytubby visited her daughter, Mrs. N. Miller in Durant last week.
Your old shoes made as good as new and a little better too at Z. T. Finley’s.
Mr. Dick Lock was here this week from Antlers, moving her goods to her new home.
Mrs. Hardy Ruddisell returned Monday from a visit of several days to relatives in Durant.
All leather goods at Finley’s. Harness, saddles, strap pieces and shoe repairing.
Miss Leta Barber was here Wednesday from Caney, visiting her sister, Mrs. Suttles.
Help the county road fund by getting your hunting license from our county clerk. The Lord knows the roads need help since the rains.
Rev. Jas. Cage arrived in Caddo last week and began his ministry preaching at the Christian Church last Sunday morning and night. His family will move here soon.
Have combined my Tailor Shop – now in the Franks building where I am better prepared opt do your work. Invite you to call. Phone 121. C. E. Thompson, Tailor
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.
Looked like old times Tuesday with a hundred bales of cotton waiting to be ginned. A few bright days and many a bale of cotton will be brought to market. Not long now until the corn will also be on the market.
Ladies, we have elegant samples of the latest fall goods for ladies skirts, suits, and coats, man-tailored to your measure. Call and see them. It’s no trouble to show samples. C. E. Thompson, Tailor
The best there is- furniture at the lowest possible price is our motto. Trade with us and you will get a square deal. Freeny & Tanner
County Commissioners Yarbrough and Nickels were in Caddo last Friday to view a proposed road on to the Atoka county line. After visiting the road they concluded not to receive it for the reason that it would require too much money to build it.
The latest creations in hand painted china, Evangeline. Have a look in our window and be convinced. This is the most beautiful line of hand-painted china ever shown in Caddo, and the prices are very reasonable. Call, have a look and ask for prices. W. F. Dodd
Besides getting exactly what she wants, a woman who buys a Round Oak Chief Steel Range with cabinet or leg base, will get it a at reasonable price. It is made of Round Oak Special Iron- will not rust or corrode- is indestructible- will last a lifetime. The Phillips Co.
New stock furniture now arriving and being opened up for your inspection. Come to see us, we have what you want. Freeny & Tanner
John A. Phillips and G. S. Greenlee retuned last Thursday from attending the grand lodge of the I.O. O. F. at Oklahoma City. Mr. Greenlee has received a first class certificate as to secret work. C. A. Skeen of Wapanucka was elected Grand Master for the ensuing year. The next meeting will be held at Tulsa.