The Caddo Herald
January 16, 1920
Miss Carrie Robinson spent Tuesday in Durant.
Mrs. G. S. Cobb visited relatives in Sherman last week.
Miss Alma Hauer spent Sunday with friends in Coalgate.
Horses, harness and wagon for sale. See M. Wilkowisky.
Have a good Majestic Range for sale. Practically new. W. W. Bilbo
Miss Lola Faudree visited relatives in Atoka Sunday and Monday.
Wayne Braudrick was here from Tulsa Sunday visiting home folks.
Mrs. Geo. H. Frazier was here from Calera last week visiting relatives.
Mrs. M. E. Campbell has returned from a visit to Hugo with relatives.
Mrs. Andrews from Caney is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peters have moved to Ranger, Texas to make their home.
Notice members! Important business at the Circle this Friday night. Come.
Miss Virgie Hardy was the guest of Maggie Braudrick Tuesday and Wednesday.
Chas. P. Newton of Denison was the guest of O. R. Smith Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Jno. Grewell and little daughter went to Bennington to visit Mr. Jim Grewell.
Mrs. Annie Semple was here from Oklahoma City a few days this week visiting home folks.
Mrs. H. C. Kuschke and little daughter Mary Nell were in Oklahoma City last week visiting H. C. Kuschke.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rogers and little Miss Gwindolynn spent Sunday in town with Mr. and Mrs. P. L Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Carraway returned from Sherman where Mr. Carraway went of treatment of his arm.
Stop! Look! Listen! There is danger members of your missing a real good time if you are not a the Circle tonight- Friday.
The Herald always has a nice line of stationery- we do only first class work and if you want engraving we can order it for you at right prices.
W. T. Priddy and Lum Reeves returned last Friday from a ten day’s hunting trip into the mountains. They brought home some game they said.
Have a number of good mules, horses, Jersey cows, harness, wagons, and plow tools to sell for cash or credit. See. A. T. Drake
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
I handle coats, suits, skirts, dresses, raincoats, petticoats, waists, and corsets. See me for anything in my line. Phone 116. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown.
The young ladies of Caddo are giving a Leap Year Ball at the Royal Hotel tonight (Friday). The young folks anticipate an evening of much enjoyment.
Dempsey & Manning have put on a bus line from the depot. They are reasonable in their charges and will give you service when you want it how you want it and cheerfully.
Our Fancy Stationery department was successful in providing many nice Christmas cards the past season. We can fill your order for these things right at home- saves wait and worry.
My spring line of Ideal Tailored Garments will be in by January 25th. See me early for your spring outfit. Phone call or post card will bring me to your home. Phone 116. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown
Beginning Monday the price for bread will be: One-pound loaves 15c each or 2 for 25c, 10c each straight, wholesale. Former 15c loaves will be 20c. The prices had to be raised on account of high priced flour. James Latimore
Hogs and Cows for Sale. Have several red gilts, from pure bred male; three teams of good mules and thirty head of Holstein and Jersey cows for sale. B. Bennett & Son