The Caddo Herald
March 19, 1920
Of Local Interest
Onion sets at B. & B. Grocery.
Quick service at Braudrick’s Lunch.
Onion sets and seed potatoes at Hancock’s.
Business at the Circle “tonite”. Come
Laws Haralson was up from Denison Sunday.
Miss Maud Clower was a Durant visitor Saturday.
Jim Grewell was here from Bennington Monday.
Sheriff Dave Wright was here from Durant Wednesday.
Your Columbia Phonograph has arrived. W. F. Dodd
Field and garden seed at Hancock’s. Best on the market.
Let us supply you with garden seed. Braudrick & Bennett.
Profs. Shaw and Laffoon were visitors to Durant Saturday.
Rev. Naylor attended District conference at Ada this week.
Miss Alma Hauer visited friends in Coalgate and Atoka Sunday.
W. W. Rogers and family of Atoka visited P. L. Rogers here Sunday.
Mrs. W. F. Dodd is spending several weeks with relatives in Mississippi.
All kinds of garden and field seeds in package and bulk at Hancock’s.
Mrs. E. L. Craghead attended District Conference at Ada this week.
Pair of good young mules for sale. G. L. Williams
Eat where the eating is good. Braudrick’s.
All kind of garden seed both bulk and package at the B. & B. Grocery.
Charlie Baxter attended the Fat Stock Show at Fort Worth last week.
Miss Clara Nell Turner of near Rock Springs visited friends her Thursday.
The Herald has some nice birth announcements on hand for both boys and girls.
Miss Georgia Mattox was here from McAlester Sunday visiting Miss Juanita Rogers.
Get your phonograph now that you’ve been waiting for. They have arrived. W. F. Dodd
G. B. Moran and Ralph Evans attended District Conference at Ada Tuesday until Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hardy left yesterday to visit Mrs. Hardy’s parents in Kaufman, Thursday.
Five fresh cows and heavy springers and two span young mules for sale. Cash or credit. Ed Bennett.
Attention Sovereigns! You are earnestly requested to be present at the Circle meeting tonight. Guardian.
Miss Juanita Rogers is home from Commerce, Texas where she finished her junior work in the E. T. College.
Have a span of 3-year-old mules for sale for cash or credit. See Ed Bennett.
We are glad to deliver your bread and meat with grocery orders. It’s no trouble for us. Braudrick & Bennett.
Misses Muncie Crutchfield and Bonnie Dale visited Miss Evelyn Crutchfield in Sherman Saturday and Sunday.
Don’t wait until too late to get your seeds. Hancock has them now and can furnish them in bulk and package.
Henry Braudrick serves sandwiches, hamburgers, and chili at his place next to the Royal Theatre. Eat where the eating is good.
Mrs. Bert Wise and little daughter returned Wednesday to their home in Commerce, Texas after a week’s visit here with relatives.
The Herald always has a nice line of stationery- we do only first class work and if you want engraving we can order it for you at right prices.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Haralson left Sunday to make their home in Ada. They have many friends here who will regret their departure but who will wish them well in their new home.
I represent C. E. Majors, the florist of Denison, and will be glad to take your orders at any time for cut flowers for all occasions. Mrs. Winfrey.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Service is our motto. We don’t mind, in fact we are glad to get your meat or bread and deliver it with grocery orders. Braudrick & Bennett.
Have a number of good mules, horses, Jersey cows, harness, wagons, and plow tools to sell for cash or credit. See A. T. Drake.
Ideal Tailored Garments on hand at cost. Three coats, 1 Navy blue Tricotine Eaton Coat Suit; 1 damaged coat suit for $25. Mrs. Ed Brown, Phone 116.
Earl Ward, who is a candidate for county clerk, was here a while Wednesday, meeting the people. Earl is a pleasant young man and leaves a good impression wherever he goes. He has been deputy clerk for a long time and has thus made himself familiar with the duties of the office.