The Caddo Herald
September 1, 1911
Locals (three items that I can’t read)
W. F. Semple went to Durant Wednesday.
Let J. H. Phillips sell your land for you.
Vaughan has a nice line of coffins. See him.
Tom Benson was up from Durant yesterday.
D. O. Nail had business in Caney Wednesday.
Bring your hay to the Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
S. H. Kyle was up from Durant last Thursday.
George Harris was up from Durant last Saturday.
Mark Hall was here from Durant last Thursday.
See Bartley for first class painting and paper hanging.
T. L. Braudrick of Tupelo was a visitor at the carnival.
Geo. Self was here form Matoy during the carnival.
Good residence for sale at a bargain. W. E. Thedin.
Eighteen years in the paint business at your service. Bartley
W. W. Boone is in the eastern markets buying goods for the __ Co.
Mrs. G. S. Greenlee returned Sunday from a month’s visit to Sulphur.
Miss L__ Williams from Oklahoma City is visiting Mrs. S. E. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. Odil have returned from a week’s visit to Oklahoma City.
R. C. Nelson, assistant postmaster of McAlester, spent a day here last week.
H. C. Adams went to Oklahoma City Wednesday to look after property interests.
W. H. Masterson and family from Anadarko were visiting in this city last week.
When you want a coffin be sure to see A. J. Vaughn before you buy. Price right.
Luther Clark of Durant visited L. E. Joseph and family during the picnic last week.
Mrs. C. C. Cunningham, from Paris, Texas, visited Mrs. S. W. Maytubby last week.
Will R. McBride left Sunday for Denver, where he will meet his wife and daughter.
Miss Beulah Smith returned Monday from a visit to Windom and other Texas points.
E. C. Million was here from McAlester last Thursday looking after business interests.
Mrs. A. F. Manning and children visited Mrs. O. R. Nicholson in Durant this week.
If you have anything to haul, let us know. Sargent Bros. Dray and Transfer Co. Phone 84.
Miss Margie Hogan returned last Thursday for a month’s visit to Paris and Galveston.
Mrs. D. M. Wilson returned Monday from a months’ visit to her mother in Seligman, Mo.
County Judge and Mrs. Rappolee and children spent a couple of days visiting the carnival.
Nice large well furnished room with bath to rent. For terms, etc. see Mrs. C. A. Bilbo.
We are in the market for good hay. See us. Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
J. A. Fielder of Salina, Texas, is here visiting his daughter who is the guest of Mrs. C. A. Bilbo.
Miss Bessie Pearce from Oakland visited Mrs. C. D. Robinson and Mrs. W. H. Glasscock this week.
Caddo needs a steam laundry and The Herald believes such an institution would pay from the start.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nicholson were here from Durant attending the carnival and visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Semple returned Tuesday from a three weeks summer trips to northern resorts.
R. B. Hudson was here form Bronte, Texas Tuesday. He was here last winter with a car of mules.
E. J. Smith and wife, from Windom, Texas, spent a part of last week visiting the family of J. W. Smith.
Lost- Diamond ring on picnic grounds, Saturday. Finder return to this office and receive liberal reward.
Miss Nellie Logan returned to her home at San Angelo Monday after visiting Miss Josie Malone several weeks.
YOU can take a commercial course at night and go ahead with your work in the daytime. See A. C. Chaney.
For first-class cleaning and pressing, see JACK and IKE, French Dry Cleaners. Rear W. T. Smith building.
Mrs. A. P. Braudrick returned Wednesday from Durant where she attended the funeral of her brother, John Pirtle.
Get ready for school. Remember the Corner Drug Store has a full line of school books and supplies, tablets, pencils, etc.
LOST- On picnic ground Friday, a plain round bracelet with monogram, N. B. Finder will please return it to Dr. W. R. Bowman.
Green Thompson was up from Durant Friday attending the carnival. He has many friends here and therefore was at home.
Barlow Roberts came up from Sherman last Thursday and spent the day. He used to live in Caddo and his many friends were glad to see him.
Bob Templeton and Miss Roxie Stonebarger, who live south of town near Blue, were married in Caddo last Thursday, county Judge J. L. Rappolee officiating.
FOR SALE- First class Bois d’Arc wagon. 12 foot bed sufficient for a bale of cotton. One stout hack six or eight people. Several second hand wagons will be ready soon for trade. Peter Hamer
Mrs. Lake Brewer announces that a number of pieces of fancy work from which the names had been torn are at her home and owners who have not received theirs will please call and get them.
The Woman’s Home Mission Society will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock with Mrs. G. E. Holley. All members are urged to be present. The ladies announce that if any person did not receive back their dishes from the dinner that same are at Mrs. McCoy’s.
Harvey Phelps left a fine jar of canned peaches at The Herald office which were indeed a treat to us. Mr. Phelps is one of those farmers who raises everything to eat at home, hence is independent.