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The Caddo Herald
May 14, 1920
Of Local Interest
Preston Malone is at home for a few days.
All kinds of field and garden seeds at Moran and Meadows.
Simmons & Cain invite you to try their meal and flour.
Coffee did you say? Moran & Meadow has it! Just call 72.
Chas. Markham went to the saw mill, returning Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber visited relatives at Caney Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beaty were here Sunday visiting home folks.
If you want potato and tomato plants see Moran & Meadows.
Take your grinding to Simmons & Cain at the old Masonic Building.
All kinds of garden and field seeds in package and bulk at Hancock’s.
See me for sewing, also tatting. Mrs. C Trout.
Miss Maggie Jennings from Dallas is visiting her aunt Mrs. J.A. Black.
Have several good Jersey milk cows for sale. Fresh. Edw. D. Bennett.
For sale for cash or credit one nearly new John Deere 7 foot binder. F. Manning.
Mrs. L. Rothbaum from Hartshorne, is visiting her brother, Ben Siegel, this week.
The Herald has some nice birth announcements on hand for both boys and girls.
Get your phonograph now that you’ve been waiting for. They have arrived. W.F. Dodd
The editor spent Monday and Tuesday with his father, Dr. W. R. Crossett, at Rosedale, OKla.
Jack Glassock came home for the Alumni Banquet. He went to Fort Worth Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Naylor left Monday to attend the Missionary Society Conference at Muskogee.
Visit Evans & Son during the eight day sale. Starts Saturday May 15th and ends Saturday, May 22nd.
Mrs. J. R. Smith from Durant, with her small son, is visiting her father, J. W. Shofner, this week.
Simmons & Cain have feed and flour as well as meal and do custom milling business. See them for service.
Our delivery service is a genuine pleasure to housewives. Moran & Meadows.
Have a span of 3-year-old mules for sale for cash or credit. Ed Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamison of Sherman are visiting Mrs. Jamison’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Malone, this week.
Please have your laundry out early Monday morning as it is almost impossible to cover the same ground twice after laundry. Moran & Meadows.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
C. M. Brown was here a while yesterday from Banty. He is running for county commissioner and states that he has received much encouragement.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manning have another young man at their home. He came Tuesday evening while his parent were in Denison. The mother is getting along nicely and will be home as soon as she is able.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Muzny of Smithville, Texas, are visiting at the home of the bride’s uncle, Mr. W.E. Theden. The young couple are on their wedding tour enroute to St. Louis and other parts of the north.
The Baptist Ladies will have a market day Saturday, May 22. They intend to serve good things to eat as well as offer useful articles for sale. The location of the sale to be announce later. They will appreciate contributions.
Rev. W. L. Blackburn was here Sunday to hold the Third Quarterly Conference of the Methodist Church. The conference was held in the afternoon and the affairs of the church were found in satisfactory shape. He conducted the services in the evening, the theme being Mother’s Day.