The Caddo Herald
March 27, 1914
Car load seed potatoes at Bass.
H. F. Bass was in Durant Sunday.
Will Gravitt had business in Durant this week.
Groceries, flour, feed, and produce at Hogan Bros.
W. W. Boone spent Sunday with relatives in Denison.
J. D. Betts was in town Tuesday on a business errand.
Globe hard wheat flour, the best in town at Hogan Bros.
Ladies hats at Huffman’s. The best styles. Prices right.
Mrs. H. T. Styron spent Tuesday in Atoka with relatives.
Mrs. H. Eichenberger spent Sunday in Atoka with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Allen were shopping in town Saturday.
J. A. Thompson and Will Gravitt had business in Durant Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Semple visited relatives in Durant Sunday.
Globe flour makes the best biscuits or bread. Get it at Hogan Bros.
W. F. Dodd went to Ardmore Tuesday to look after his oil interests.
Mrs. Selby Campbell has returned from a visit to relatives in Dallas.
Miss Mary Howe spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Dallas.
Free and prompt delivery of groceries at Hogan Bros. Phone 11.
Good Jersey milk cow for sale, has young calf. See H. G. Huffman.
For a limited time we will pay 10c per pound for hens. Bass Co.
Will pay 10c a pound for hens. Call at Swift’s scales. J. H. Dempsey.
Have your suit pressed our way. The Sanitary Way. The E. B. M. Store.
J. A. Beaird returned Friday from serving on the federal jury at Vinita.
Mrs. Dr. Grassham and daughter, Lucille, were Durant visitors Monday.
Planters that plant the seed right- John Deere’s do it. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd visited Mrs. W. F. Semple in Durant Sunday.
Mrs. R. L. Hickman and Mrs. Childress were down from Caney Wednesday.
Bring your poultry and other county produce to Bass. Pay highest cash price.
J. L. Campbell is here from Durant attending the meeting at the Christian church.
John A. Phillips was a Durant visitor Monday, working on his candidacy for sheriff.
Pure Missouri White corn meal at Hogan Bros. Get the best while you are getting.
Miss Pauline Whitehurst of Denison is here, the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. B. Maytubby.
Mrs. J. B. Boone and Miss Mae Boone were up from Denison Tuesday and spent the day.
John Deere riding, walking single and two row planters. None better. At Brigance’s.
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.