The Caddo Herald
May 15, 1914
Of Local Interest
Al Ray went to Durant Monday.
E. G. Baxter was in town Monday.
Let The Cove be your confectioners.
Chid Cullar had business in Waurika last week.
J. A. Moore had business in McAlester Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd went to Dallas Monday.
A.C. Chaney went to Calera Sunday to attend a meeting.
Ladies hats at Huffman’s. The best styles. Prices right.
Miss Lula Threlkeld visited friends in Calera last Friday.
New harness and saddles at Finley’s. Some nice ones for the boy.
Prof. E. O. Shaw was up from Durant last Saturday on business.
H. G. Huffman left Saturday to visit his father at Dermott, Texas.
W. W. Boone and son, James, spent Sunday with relatives in Denison.
Take the ladies to The Cove for refreshment. Open till ten at night.
If it’s’ groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Will Turnbull left Tuesday to attend to business at Blanchard and Waurika.
Last Tuesday J. J. Jenkins was elected director of the Buffalo Hill School.
Miss Lula Hayes visited her sister, Mrs. E. O. Shaw in Durant last Saturday.
Bring your poultry and other country produce to Bass. Pay highest cash price.
Jim Harmon was out yesterday with his split log drag on the streets and did some good work.
Patronize the place that makes a specialty of its line. The Cove is strictly a Confectionery.
Be sure to attend the Big Graniteware sale at the Variety Store, Saturday. Absolutely the biggest bargains in Graniteware ever known in Caddo.
Public Stenographer – at the office of W. H. Morris. Phone 127. Rates reasonable.
After the picture show come to The Cove for ice cream and candy. All kinds of cold drinks.
The Ford car is the universal car. You get as good car value for half the money. See W. H. Glasscock.
Judge Freeny was in town Monday enroute to Durant. The Judge says he is willing for it to stop raining.
Mrs. J. M. Hall and Miss Bobbie Hall came up form Durant Monday to spend several days with friends.
Remember, we pay 10c per lb. for hens. Will buy all other country produce. Pay cash. The Bass Co.
Our new tables have arrived and we now have the nicest cream parlor in town. The Cove.
Car load of Ford autos just in. One already sold. Get yours now while the season is young. W. H. Glasscock
Will pay cash and top market prices for poultry. See me before selling. J. H. Demsey
Jim Styron arrived home Sunday from attending school at Cleburne, Texas, and will spend his vacation in Caddo.
Eggs for Sale- Best Rhode Island Reds, setting of 15 for $2.00. Mrs. J. D. Maytubby.
Order flowers through us for any occasion. We have direct connection and give satisfactory service. The Cove.
Now is the time to sell your broilers. I will pay you 20c per pound or 25c each. Call Swift’s Scales. J. H. Demsey.
Ladies, have Rubber Heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking at Z. T. Finley’s .
Mrs. Paul England and son came up from Durant Sunday and spent the day with her sister, Mrs. R. H. Grassham.
The Cove cream parlor is cozy, cool and comfortable- the only place of the kind in town. Private tables for ladies.
You are cordially invited to attend Children’s Day exercises at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 11 o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nicholson came up form Durant in their car Sunday afternoon and visited Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning.
Why suffer from eye strain when the proper lens prescribed by Dr. Levy, expert optician relives it. He will be at Brick Hotel May 27th.
Sam H. Kyle was here yesterday hobnobbing with the voters. He says that he has encouraging reports of his candidacy for county judge.
Durant has now won 4 and lost 22 games this season. The other teams must have been asleep those four times. Try out the high school boys.
Rev. Hotchkin preached Sunday afternoon and night at the Hatcher School house to large congregations. He will hold a meeting there this summer.
The Cove is the name that Thompson Bros. have given their confectionery. It is a nice place where you are cordially welcome and satisfactorily served.
There is no lead too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.