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The Caddo Herald
March 3, 1916
Of Local Interest
Garden seed and onion sets at Bass.
Ford cars and repairs. Earl Hill.
H. F. Bass was in Colbert Sunday.
Miss Nola Shofner visited in Bokchito Saturday.
The best garden seed in the world at Haralson’s.
Malone has a line of tablets that are not equaled.
If you once use Malone’s papeteries you always will.
Don’t send away from home for garden seed. Bass has ‘em.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch spent several days in Dallas last week.
Buy your garden seed from Huffman. He has all kinds and the best.
Let Bass furnish your garden and onions sets. We have the best.
J. W. Crutchfield had business in Duncan last week, returning Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Riddels left for Fort Worth the first of this week.
Walter Clower is confined to his room and bed suffering with rheumatism.
Good prairie hay at $7.50 per ton. See H. C. Adams. Jake Honsinger.
Tony Goodman was here Sunday from Greenville, visiting homefolks.
Miss Esla Worthy visited homefolks in Bennington Saturday and Sunday.
Good prairie hay for sale at $6.50 per ton. J. H. McCalman.
Get seed potatoes now from Huffman. He has Early Ohio and Triumph.
Mr. and Mrs. Varner Stinson of Durant spent a few hours in our city Saturday.
Mrs. Bob Hendricks was here form Denison visiting relatives the first of the week.
Malone has a line of box papers that will make you marvel when once seeing them.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson and children and Miss Ruth Abbott visited in Durant Saturday.
Seed Potatoes, Triumph, and Early Ohio, onion sets, and all kinds of garden seed at Huffman’s.
Posy B. Smiser of the U. S. Navy on U. S. Ship Kearsarge returned to Philadelphia last Friday after a ten days furlough spent in Caddo with parents.
Sargent Bros., the Draymen, can haul anything anywhere. Call 84 when you want something moved. Always ready for work. It’s worth something to know that it will be done right.
Mrs. J. E. Mattox returned Monday from a visit with her daughter Mrs. W. E. Brigance of McAlester.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reeves of Wayne, Oklahoma, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Malone last week.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett returned home last Friday from a two week’s treatment in the hospital in Sherman.
Bees for sale or trade. Fine Poland China hogs for sale. Z. V. Gordon, Route 1.
Grandmother Harlan, one of Caddo’s old timers, spent a few days here last week and stopped with Mrs. Hancock.
I.M. Smiser, recently of T.C. U. Fort Worth, Texas is the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Smiser.
Mrs. Walter Ray and son Cecil were down from Atoka last week, the guests of their many friends and relatives here.
Mr. Bond at the bakery brought a good tenor with him and has joined the goodly number of musicians already in Caddo.
Mrs. Garnet Smiser and little daughter, Kathlyne, returned to Atoka Friday after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Smiser.
Mrs. A. C. Chaney, so well known in Caddo, was here Monday and Tuesday, the special guest of Mrs. Wm. Malone and Mrs. Grassham.
Rev. Neal, from Fort Worth, will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday morning and evening. You are cordially invited to attend.
The subject for the morning sermon at the Christian Church will be “Our Rock and Theirs” and for the evening “A Grafter Converted”.
I have Ferry, Crosby, and Sterling garden seed, either package or bulk. Get them now while the choice is good. M. F. Haralson.
If you have eyes you probably need glasses. It will cost you nothing to find out. If you need them I will tell you; or what is better, will show you. You will know yourself when we make the test whether I can improve your sight. My prices are reasonable for glasses; and examination is free. Glad to have you come in at any time and have your eyes examined. W. F. Dodd
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. J. Carl Petty, Tuesday afternoon. They voted to set out trees and to plant flowers in the yard. For this purpose all members are requested to meet at the church Tuesday afternoon, March 7th, bring spades, picks, and shovels and do this work. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Amos K. Bass Tuesday afternoon, March 14.