The Caddo Herald
April 22, 1921
Of Local Interest
New sweet potato plants at Hancock’s.
Garden Seed- bulk and package- at Hancock’s.
New garden seeds ready at Moran & Meadows.
Fresh Peanut Butter every day at Hancock’s.
Mrs. Ben Siegel has returned from a visit to St. Louis.
Go to Sunday School each Sunday and set a good example.
Coffee that is Coffee- chase Sanborn at Hancock’s Grocery.
Hancock has all kinds of garden seed bulk and package.
Farm Loans- Favorable rates, quick action. S. Payne Hogan.
Business is pretty good, thank you. Call again. Moran & Meadows.
Strawberries and fresh vegetables. Phone us. Hancock’s Grocery.
Hemstitching and picoting, charges reasonable. Mrs. E. L. Craghead.
Nicely furnished rooms for rent. Mrs. Bilbo
Good ear corn for sale. See Virgil Slack at Craghead’s Garage.
Ear corn, good for seed. See us. Moran & Meadows.
Mrs. Osterghaus of St. Louis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Bilbo.
Just received another car of famous S. and P. Flour. Hancock’s Grocery.
J. T. and J. C. Petty and S. W. Maytubby were Durant visitors Monday morning.
For seed and plants see us. We have a fall line at all times. Moran & Meadows.
Grandma Davison left Sunday to visit her daughter Mrs. William Malone at Sherman, Texas.
Plant something to eat. We have the popular sweet potato pants. Now ready for you. Hancock Grocery.
Morris Overstreet was up from Durant Sunday visiting homefolks and friends. He is bookkeeper for Perkins Brothers.
What Jack Frost did to fruit and gardens in and about Caddo last Friday and Saturday nights was plenty and some over.
Miss Pauline Rothbaum from Wilburton visited her uncle, Ben Siegel, this week. She had attended the track meet at Durant.
Would appreciate a portion of your insurance business and can write you in some of the leading insurance companies. Payne Hogan.
Mrs. Coffey will begin a kindergarten school on May 16th at Grammar School building. Hours from 9 to 12. Tuition $3.00. patronage solicited.
Wanted- to hear from the owner of farm for sale; state. Mrs. W. Booth, Box D, Hipark, DesMoines, IA.
Have a peanut butter machine with which we make fresh peanut butter every day. It’s better when fresh. Hancock’s Grocery.
Single Comb R. I. Red Eggs- The greatest laying strain, 15 for $1.00. Delivered at Caddo. Mrs. Etta Green, Caddo, Okla. Rt. 4; phone L. 53.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Field seeds and garden plants are received weekly by us. Expecting a shipment of frost proof cabbage plants. Moran & Meadows.
Have 60 bushels of the famous Diamond Big Boil Cotton. Seed to sell at $1.00 per bushel. See us before they are gone. H. T. Chiles
The infant child of Mr. Nixon of Kenefick was buried in Caddo Cemetery Monday afternoon. There were quite a number of Kenefick people over for the funeral.
Kodakers- If you are not satisfied with the finishing you get elsewhere mail your films to the Kelley Studio, Denison, Texas, the largest mail order house in North Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jeanes were here Friday until Sunday visiting homefolks, on their way from Annan, Texas to Hutchinson, Kansas, where Mr. Jeanes will in future be employed.
Two lots for sale- I have two lots No. 5 in block 6 and lot 2 in block 31, Katy Heights addition to Caddo which I will at a price below what they cost me. Address Mabel Polgreen. Columbus, S. C.
Notice Hunters- All hunting is positively forbidden on the Bennett place south of town. Violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Edw. D. Bennett.
Eggs for Hatching- Single Comb Brown Leghorn Eggs. Foundation from Freeport, Ill. If you take as many as 3 or 4 settings, delivered in Caddo. Mrs. J. Walter Mills, Phone Kenefick D-25.
Red Suit Case Lost- Out of car on the Jefferson Highway, Wednesday, between Atoka and Caney; contained ladies clothing, Mode wrist watch, and purse with $4.00 in money. No name. Finder please keep money as reward and express suit case to Mamie Notingham, Waurika, Okla.
Plants! Plants! Plants! Frost proof cabbage 30c per 100, 500 $1.50, 1000 $2.50.
Tomatoes- Early and late varieties now ready; prices, 35c per 100, 500 $1.50, 1000 $3.00.
Sweet and hot peppers; also sweet potato plants ready later on. Coon’s Garden, Durant, Okla.
Small Farm Wanted- I want to buy a small improved farm near Caddo or in Bryan County. In writing please state full description of farm and lowest price, etc. Address John D. Baker, DeQueen, Arkansas.
Cotton Seed for Sale- I have 30 bushels pure Mebane Cotton Seed for sale. These seed are culled and sacked and the very purest known around Caddo. Cash only. G. A. Crossett.