The Caddo Herald
March 20, 1914
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Baxter were in town Tuesday shopping.
W. W. Baxter and C. D. Robinson were Durant visitors Saturday.
Good Jersey milk cow for sale, has young calf. See H. G. Huffman
Will pay 10c for hens. Call at Swift’s scales. J. H. Dempsey
F. P. Semple returned Friday from service on the Federal jury at Vinita.
W. C. Hatcher, Dr. Bowman, and M. E. Meritt went to Durant Tuesday.
Bring your poultry and other country produce to Bass. Pay highest cash price.
For Sale Cheap- Solid Mahogany dining room suit. Call at The Herald office.
Ben Siegel was called to St. Louis Monday to attend the bedside of his sister who is very ill.
A.F. Manning and J. L. Boland attended the Williams’ rally at Oklahoma City last Thursday.
Sewing Wanted- The L. W. B. Class will do plain sewing at reasonable prices. Phone No. 7.
The Ford car is the universal car. You get a good car value for half the money. See W. H. Glasscock.
Get your garden seed, seed potatoes, and onion sets at Bass, the store where you find the best of everything.
Remember, we pay 10c per lb for hens. Will buy all other country produce. Pay cash. The Bass Co.
Eggs for sales. From the best Rhode Island Red chickens. $2 for setting of 15. Mrs. J. D. Maytubby
For Sale- Modern 5-room bungalow near new school building. C. E. Blessing
Have several good Jersey milk cows with young calves for sale. For prices and terms see F. Manning.
Ladies, have rubber heals put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking, at Z. T. Finley’s.
Car load of Ford autos just in. One already sold. Get yours now while the season is young. W. H. Glasscock.
Hon. T. F. Memminger was here Monday from Atoka attending to business.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith from Fontana, Kas. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Colson Sunday.
Miss Olga Phillips went to Durant Monday to attend the art department of the Presbyterian college.
J. A. Beaird came home Sunday from Vinita where he is serving on the Federal jury. He returned Monday.
Sell your poultry where you’ve always sold it. We buy more, pay more, and do more than anybody else. The Bass Co.
They’re here. What? That car load of Ford Autos. Get yours now and enjoy the full season with it. W. H. Glasscock
Notice- If your horse has heaves, bad cough, no appetite, sick spells, weak eyes, see B. S. Ellis who has the best remedies on the market. Caddo, Okla.
The fire boys will meet at the new quarters next Tuesday night. The by-laws will be ready for adoption, besides other business required attention. All members will please be present.
A post card or a phone call will bring an experience corsetiere to your home to demonstrate the merits of Spirella Corsets. For spring delivery give me your order now. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown, Corsetiere
Ed Carmack, standard bred trotter, No. 50185, will make the season at my place 8 miles west of Caddo section house. Terms $30.00 to insure living colt, $15.00 to insure foal, $10.00 for season. B. K. Pate
I have received my new spring fabric and styles form the Ideal Ladies’ Tailoring Co. of Chicago. See me early for your spring suit, skirt, dress, or coat made to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. E. F. Brown
The E. B. M. Store has just received a Sanitary Gas Press of the very latest type and will be in a position to get your work out the same day called for. Give me your cleaning and pressing and convince yourself that our way is the only way- The Sanitary Way.