The Caddo Herald
March 27, 1914
W. T. Smith and Claude Smith returned Tuesday from a two-week’s visit to Mineral Wells.
Phone No. 11 for your grocery wants. We have the best of everything and solicit your trade.
Mrs. J. D. Thompson went to Sherman Monday to visit her daughters Grace and Madeline.
Plymouth Rock eggs for sale- 50c for setting of 15. Noah Arrington. Route 1, Caddo, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess J. Hamilton have moved to Durant where they will make their home in the future.
Sewing Wanted- The L. W. B. Class will do plain sewing at reasonable prices. Phone No. 7
Make our store your headquarters when in town. We like to have your come around. Hogan Bros.
Help the fly swatting campaign by going to the Electric Theater Friday night or Saturday afternoon.
The Ford car is the universal car. You get as 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.
Aluminum kitchen ware saves back breaking, looks, is good. Brigance Hardware Co.
Let us send you a sack of Globe flour. It’s the best in town. Try it. Hogan Bros.
Have several good Jersey milk cows with young calves for sale. For prices and terms see F. Manning.
See our new improved Quick Meal Oil Stove, two, three, and four burners. Brigance Hdw. Co.
For Sale- Modern 5-room bungalow near new school building. C. E. Blessing.
Car load of Ford autos just in. One already sold Get yours now while the season is young. W. H. Glasscock.
Eggs for Sale- From best Rhode Island Red chickens. $2 for setting of 15. Mrs. J. D. Maytubby.
Aluminum kitchen ware 25 per cent cheaper than sold elsewhere. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Mrs. Frank Settle and Miss Leta Barber were down from Caney Saturday, the guest of Mrs. W. H. Morris.
Miss Antoinette Peters came in Friday eve from Ft. Towson and spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks.
Ladies, have Rubber Heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking; at Z. T. Finley’s.
Mrs. Ben Payne and children arrived Wednesday from Wapanucka to spend the week with relatives and friends in Caddo.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy and Mrs. T. B. Turnbull accompanied Miss Peters as far as Durant Sunday on her return to Ft. Towson.
W. H. Morris, W. H. Robbins, J. L. Boland, J. A. Beaird, F. Manning and Rev. Luther Roberts were Durant visitors Monday.
Let us show you our new hats for ladies. They’re the latest styles and the values are immense. Chaney & Davison.
Mrs. Cummings returned to her home in Atoka Monday after a visit here with her sister, Mr. J. K. Bass. She was accompanied home by little Miss Mary Lee Styron.
At St. Louis last Thursday Miss Fannie Siegel died in the Baptist hospital She was a sister of Ben Siegel of Caddo who attended her bedside. She is known to many Caddo folks, having visited her brother here several times.
A congregational meeting of the members and friends of the Presbyterian Church will be held at that church next Wednesday evening at 7pm o’clock for the purpose of taking definite steps toward building a new church.
At Farwell, Texas last Friday Edgar Allen died after a lingering illness. He lived here several years ago, married Miss Mary Gravitt, but went west for his health. Besides a wife, he leaves a young son. Mr. and Mrs. John Gravitt went from here to attend his bedside.
The Girl and the Stampede at the opera house tonight is said to be a splendid show. Read the announcement on the first page. This show has been put on in several of the largest opera house and gave general satisfaction. By patronizing a good play at the local opera house you encourage the management to get this kind.