The Caddo Herald
March 10, 1916
Of Local Interest
Garden seed and onion sets at Bass.
Ford cars and repairs. Ed Hill
E. W. Denning had business in Caney Tuesday.
Born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Price Hill, a boy.
The best garden seed in the world at Haralson’s.
Malone has a line of tablets that are not equaled.
If you use Malone’s papeteries you always will.
H. T. Chiles went to Hugo Wednesday on business.
Miss Littleton is visiting Miss Ruth Abbott this week.
Don’t forget Mary Jane at the opera house tonight.
Judge Freeny went to Coalgate Monday, returned Tuesday.
Don’t send away from home for garden seed. Bass has ‘em.
Judge Boland had business in Durant Monday and Tuesday.
Mary Jane will be at the opera house tonight, be sure and see her.
Claude Glasscock and W. C. Earnest went to Durant Wednesday.
Buy your garden seed from Huffman. He has all kinds and the best.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Baxter were Denison visitors Wednesday.
Miss Myrtle Haralson was up from Durant Sunday visiting homefolks.
W. C. Earnest is here this week from Stillwater, visiting his old friends.
Rev. A. P. Johnson left Wednesday for Spiro, where he goes to attend district conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Baxter and Mrs. E. G. Baxter were Durant visitors last Saturday.
Seed potatoes, Triumph and Early Ohio onion sets, and all kinds of garden seed at Huffman’s.
C. P. Owen was here from Sherman Friday until Sunday visiting the family of Rev. S. J. McMurray.
Be sure to come to Caddo Monday week. It’s trades day and you must bring what you have to sell.
H. G. Huffman, C. D. Robinson, S. W. Maytubby and D. B. Williams are in Durant this week serving as grand jurors.
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.
D. O. Nail came in on No. 6 Thursday and visited his family between trains.
Miss Edith Moore who spent last week at home, returned to Durant Sunday.
Walter Clower, who has been confined in the house because of rheumatism, is now looking after his farm work.
The family of Mr. Boyles, the blacksmith, arrived here last week and are to home in a cottage south of the Royal Hotel.
W. G. Ward was in town last Friday. Mr. Ward says they have a debating society at the school house each Saturday night.
The Woman’s Missionary Society met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. G. S. Cobb in business session with a good attendance.
Rev. R. B. Neal of Ft. Worth, Texas, has been called by the officials of the Baptist church to preach for them the ensuing year.
Mrs. Sadie Powell entertained a party of young folks at her home Tuesday night. Those who attended report a pleasant evening.
H. Eichenberger left Sunday for Kansas City to be gone several weeks. Morris Overstreet is assisting J. C. Brigance in his absence.
I have Ferry, Crosby, and Sterling garden seed, either package or bulk. Get them now while the choice is good. M. F. Haralson
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beaty were here from Durant Saturday and Sunday. Carl received much encouragement while here s to his race for treasurer.
Mrs. Jennings and daughters were called to Dallas last week on account of the illness of Mrs. Joe Jennings. Mrs. Jennings died before the family got there.
The subject for the morning sermon at the Christian Church next Sunday will be “God’s value of Souls” for the evening will be “Brought back from the shadows.”
Miss Annie Smith’s smiling face and accommodating service are missed at Schaffer’s store. She has for some time been caring for her mother who has been suffering with grip.
Mrs. T. S. Maytubby went to Atoka last week to make the acquaintance of Miss Bonham, the first and only child of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bonham. Grandmother Maytubby may have to go up to see Jack sworn in as sheriff of Atoka County.
The young people of the Christian Church changed their night for song practice and in the future will meet on Thursday evening from 7 to 9.
H. B. Deaton was here form Achille Saturday getting acquainted with Caddo people. He is a candidate for county clerk and will make his announcement later.
The Caddo Produce Co. is a new concern doing business in the iron building just south of the Herald office. Newt Rains is the proprietor and he is a hustler, always ready to buy your stuff. See his advertisement.
Miss Maud Clower’s Sunday School class of boys entertained Mrs. Drake’s class at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smiser last Tuesday evening. The boys served fruit and candy and a good time to about fifteen.
F. P. Semple and family moved Tuesday to the Folsom residence on Choctaw avenue. It will be remembered their home burned about a month ago, since which time they have been making their home at the old place.
I want you to know that I am now with H. G. Huffman in charge of his millinery department and will be glad to have you call. We are just getting in a full line of new spring millenary that we want to show you. Mrs. Mattie Lynch
Mrs. Lynch has returned from the millinery markets where she purchased for me a complete new line of spring millinery. These goods are fast being put on display and I want to show them to you. H. G. Huffman
We want to buy a few car loads of bois d’arc, in sticks or blocks. Most any size or length will answer. See us about this. The Lingo-Leeper Co.
Last Sunday afternoon Rev. A. P. Johnson went out to the Robinson schoolhouse five miles south of Caddo and preached to a small though appreciative congregation. He organized a Sunday School with fifty-one members. He will preach there regularly each first Sunday. Miss Abbot was elected Superintendent.
The Christian Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs. Reeves and Mrs. Mead March 7th. Deborah was the character for study, the history of her life read by Mrs. Malone was very interesting. Hannah will be the character for next meeting, March 21st with Mrs. McGee. It was voted to hold a spring bazaar March 17th.
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