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The Caddo Herald
March 15, 1912
Have some good bone dry corn. Bass Co.
Hollis Nicolds was in Durant Wednesday.
Spring goods are arriving daily at Sam Jed’s.
Miss Audra Fox is visiting her parents at Kemp.
Miss Ethel Cobb visited friends in Atoka this week.
Fieldon Gravitt, from Kenefick was here Wednesday.
New spring goods are arriving daily at I. Schaffer’s.
See the new ladies spring hats just received at Sam Jed’s.
W. R. Bowman left yesterday for a business trip to Hobart.
If you want anything in the dry goods line, Sam Jed has it.
Up-to-date line of men’s and ladies slippers at I. Schaffer’s.
New line of men’s shirt for spring now on display at Schaffer’s.
See Bass for feed, seed, all kinds. Bought by the car load.
A.C. Chaney can sell your property if you will list it with him right.
E. F. Nicolds and Richard Nicolds were Durant visitor Wednesday.
A girl came Sunday to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wharton.
My spring line of dry goods is arriving daily. It will pay you to come in and look them over before you buy elsewhere. I. Schaffer
Bass sells No. 2 corn, dry and clean. It will pay you to call and see.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
U. S. Markham left Tuesday to attend the state republican convention at Guthrie.
W. H. Albright, candidate for commissioner was in Caddo from Bokchito yesterday.
Just received two cars of No. 1 pure green dustless Alfalfa. $1.40 per sack. Bass Co.
Rev. Coe will conduct services at the Baptist Church on next Sunday morning and evening.
D. O. Nail will leave Saturday with some fat cattle for the Fat Livestock Show at Ft. Worth.
You will never know the beauties of our spring samples until you examine them. Thompson, Tailor.
John A. Phillips was a Durant visitor Wednesday incidentally telling about his candidacy for sheriff.
J. M. Moore, candidate for Register of Deeds, was in town Wednesday shaking hands with friends.
I have the most beautiful line of spring merchandise in Caddo. Come and see to be convinced. I. Schaffer.
If you want to buy either a sack or a wagon load of feed it will pay you to see Bass. We can interest you.
Just received a car of No. 1 pure green dustless alfalfa. We can supply your wants as long as it lasts. Katy Mill
All kinds of seed corn at Bass.
Good corn chops (sic) made from pure corn, without meal being sifted out. Bass Co.
The Woman’s Club will meet next Saturday afternoon with Miss Ita Wallace. All members are urged to be present.
J. E. Davis went to Kenefick Monday for consultation in regard to the new waterworks system to be installed there.
Bass always has met the situation. They meet it this year with all kinds of feed, chops, shorts, bran, oats. Car lot buyers.
The Herald is prepared to print candidate’s cards quickly and neatly. The cost is not the least attractive feature about our printing.