The Caddo Herald
November 12, 1920
Coffee that is coffee- Chase Sanborn’s at Hancock’s.
Mrs. J. E. Bass was to Durant Saturday.
Saturday at the Royal we have a good show.
A. P. Braudrick was in Coalgate the first of the week.
See the $20.00 saddle on display at the Royal, Monday.
W. W. Boone spent Sunday with his parents at Denison.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pitchlyn were in Durant Wednesday.
‘101 Ranch” picture Monday and Tuesday at Royal.
Misses Alma and Mable Hauer visited in Coalgate Sunday.
Ben Siegel has sold his piano that was for sale.
C. E. Rogers and C. O. Markham were in Durant Sunday.
C. O. Markham and family were in Durant Saturday.
Good comedy at the Royal Friday night. Also Monday nights.
G. C. Braudrick spent Sunday in Coalgate Sunday with friends.
Mutt and Jeff Tuesday nights at the Royal. Laugh and be happy.
Groceries- If it’s something good we have them. Moran & Meadows
W. W. Rogers and family were down from Atoka Sunday visiting relatives.
Miss Evelyn Crutchfield was home from Sherman last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Hibbard and Little Miss Edith Semple were Durant visitors last Saturday.
Dewey Goodman was down from Muskogee last weekend visiting friends.
Miss Juanita Rogers was here from Platter, Oklahoma this week and visiting home folks.
Mrs. Chas. Grewell and little daughter came in Monday from West Texas to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rogers and little daughter spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives.
Sam Petitt was in from Matoy Monday. He was rejoicing at the way the election went last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike McCoy, Mrs. Herman Hauer, and Miss Alma Hauer were in Durant Monday.
Take your sewing to Mrs. Powell at 419 Ainsworth St. Reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Smith and daughter and Miss Juanita Rogers visited friends in Denison Sunday.
The Catholic ladies will hold a Christmas Bazaar at the Caddo National Bank, December 9th to 11th.
Frank Mayo in “The Marriage Pit” at the Royal Friday. This is a fine picture, one that you will enjoy.
Keep your health; eat the best food. Tell us what you want. Moran & Meadows
Have a good wood heater that I will sell or trade for coal heater. Only slightly used. Dick Glasscock
Our delivery service is a genuine pleasure to housewives. Moran & Meadows
J. H. McCalman has about finished his new home a mile north of town. It is a very nice home and adds much to the looks of the highway coming from the north.
Peters & Hull have a new battery charging apparatus whereby they can charge your battery right. Also have rent batteries to use while you wait. See them.
G. A Winter is here this week from Durant making deliveries of fruit and shade trees. Mr. Winter has a large clientele here and he always gives satisfaction.
Rev. W. M. Cleveland, Episcopal minister from Durant, was a welcome visitor on The Herald Thursday. He came up to call upon and see Episcopals in Caddo.
Elmer Craghead, Grover Braudrick, June Robinson, and J. W. Overstreet are doing jury service this week. Next week the district court takes up the criminal docket.
Ben Siegel has received a letter from his daughter Pauline, stating that she was doing fine now, but that she was homesick to see her friends in Caddo.
We are taking our medicine the same as you do yours. The market and dry goods is down. We are selling regardless what they cost us. Siegel & Damie
A real norther came up Tuesday night so we got our first frosty weather the 10th of November. This is about twenty days late, though sometimes frost holds off until ten days later than this.
Cotton is a very low grade since the rain, and brings around 10c a pound. With the high price of picking there is but little left after paying the rent. But most of the cotton is out- picked before the rain.
Watches and Diamonds sold on the easy payment plan. Wear a good watch or a nice diamond and pay for it while getting the benefit. Have a few of the South Bend Watches. The best watch in the world. Get one today. W. F. Dodd
The Herald printed a large order of circulars for Joe Siegel at Kenefick, who is conducting a re-adjustment sale. Like other merchants, Mr. Siegel is making heavy reductions on all his goods. He has the largest dry goods house in Kenefick.
V. J. Booth, of the Mebane Cotton Seed Company, left Monday for different points for the company. This firm is the largest cotton seed producer in the world and they have a big supply of pure Mebane cotton seed in storage for next spring. They sell to people all over the Southland.
If your child complains with eyes burning or hurting, if they are not doing well at school, you should have them examined at once. No charge for examination, and only reasonable charges where glasses are needed. This is too important a matter to overlook; better have it attended to at once. W. F. Dodd
The Caddo High School football team went to Coalgate yesterday to engage in a game.