The Caddo Herald
November 24, 1893
And Caddo is on the boom.
Very little sickness in town.
The town is full of strangers.
J. H. Gordon was here last week.
C. P. Jackson paid us a call this week.
Patronize those who solicit your trade.
Jennings can beat anybody on flour.
Cotton is bringing a very good price now.
J. R. Lawrence is visiting at Wynnewood.
Hancock has the best line of cloaks in town.
The town has been full of drummers this week.
J. L. Brown has been in town several days lately.
John Bradley was over from Wynnewood this week.
Read the nice line of advertisements in today’s Banner.
We have been having some cold weather for the last few days.
S. W. Maytubby has just completed a handsome residence.
R. M. Bradley, Ellis Bradley, and Dr. Green went to Denison Sunday.
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day. The turkey has begun to roost high.
W. P. Wood has just finished a neat residence in the western part of town.
Eggs, chickens and butter are in demand here now and are bringing good prices.
Caddo has two regular cotton buyers, besides the merchants. Bring your cotton to Caddo.
Caddo is a cotton market. No other town in the territory pays as much for cotton as she does.
There is not a town in the territory that has grown as much as Caddo within the last two months.
Winter has at last come. You had better supply yourself and family with winter clothing from C. A. Hancock.
There never was a better officer than Caddo now has. A. D. McClellan has no favorites when it comes to doing his duty.
We regret to chronicle the death of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartz’s child which occurred this week. The family has the sympathy of the entire community.
In looking for bargains don’t fail to patronize those who bid for your trade. They have special bargains to offer you and are not ashamed to let the public know it.
A convention was held in Gov. Jones’ private office last Saturday night to select delegates to the statehood convention at Kingfisher. J. R. Lawrence was elected as chairman. The majority of those present were citizens. J. R. Lawrence and J. Y. Schenck were selected as delegates.
One day this week while Joe Evans, John Norman and Joe Marcum were hunting near Boggy, two Indians came upon them and claimed to be members of Gov. Jones’ militia. They drew their guns on the hunters and threatened to kill them, but they were too quick for them and got the drop on the Choctaws and stood them off. The hunting party went to Atoka the next day and swore out a warrant for their arrest.
A good rain is badly needed.
Bob Burks went to Denison today.
Nearly all the cotton has been packed.
Trade has been good in Caddo this fall.
Chas. Faudree and family have moved to Allen.
Alex Haas, the hide man, was in town this week.
It is said that the pecan crop is extra good this year.
Mrs. C. H. Low is visiting her mother, Mrs. Grayson.
Prof. D. M. Smith of Wapanucka is visiting in town.
The schools throughout the nation are progressing nicely.
Children’s Photos a specialty at 210 Main Street, Denison, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hosford visited Denison one day this week.
Rev. N. F. Low, of Atoka, ws attending conference here Monday.
Cotton is coming to town at a lively rate and is averaging about 7c.
The north bound passenger has been late nearly every day for over a week.
Rev. Mr. Shanks, the new minister, preached his first sermon here Sunday.
Several of the boys went hunting last week but come back without any game.
When you go to Denison get your Photograph at 210 Main St. Moore, successor to Swartz.
It is said that a wedding is near at hand and one of Caddo’s widowers is the prospective groom.
Macurdy, the artist, will remain in Caddo only fifteen days more. Have your photographs taken now and get them before Dec. 10th.
It will soon be time for congress to convene in regular session; then you may look for some radical changes in the country.