The Caddo Herald
May 1, 1914
Car load seed potatoes at Bass.
H. F. Bass was in Denison Sunday.
Ladies hats at Huffman’s. The best styles. Prices right.
Mrs. E. B. Maytubby spent Sunday with homefolks in Denison.
New harness and saddles at Finley’s. Some nice ones for the boy.
Mrs. Ed. F. Brown was a business visitor to Durant Wednesday.
Miss Kathleen Harris left Tuesday for a visit to friends in Eufaula.
Dr. and Mrs. Cameron were in from Caney Saturday shopping at Bass.
Thompson Bros. handle McAlester ice cream- always good, always pure.
Miss Grace Thompson was here from Sherman Sunday visiting homefolks.
Mrs. George and Jim Bagwell were here from Kenefick Friday shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Trout of Denison visited homefolks near Caddo Sunday.
Clinton Rogers is with Thompson Bros. and invites all his friends to call.
Mrs. Rodocker and daughter Lucie, of Durant, are visiting Mrs. D. A. Folsom.
Miss Myrtel Haralson came up from Durant to spend Sunday with homefolks.
Bring your poultry and other county produce to Bass. Pay highest cash price.
Plain sewing wanted by Miss Vida Howie at the home of Mrs. D. M. Wilson.
For Sale- Fine three-year-old jersey milk cow; gives four gallons. See H. G. Huffman.
Pearline Franklin of Topeka, Kansas, is visiting her grandparent, Mrs. M. A. Franklin.
Miss Alice Hocker came down from Atoka Monday to be with her sister Mrs. J. K. Bass.
Have your friends to meet you at Thompson Bros. the place where you are treated right.
Mrs. H. T. Chiles and little daughter and Mrs. P. H. Boxley were visitors to Durant last Friday.
Miss Anna Keynon and Mrs. C. E. Thompson visited homefolks in Denison the first of the week.
Have a first-class mechanic ready to do any work on cars or gasoline engines. Phone 106. W. H. Glasscock.
Miss Mary Howe is in Sherman this week undergoing treatment in the sanitarium.
Miss Phyllis Hancock spent Sunday with homefolks. She is teaching at Carrol Chapel.
Judge Rainey was in Caddo a few hours last week and he received many assurances of support.
Miss Laudie Hipp came home from Friday until Monday from teaching school at Pleasant Hill.
The Ford car is the universal car. You get as good car value for half the money. See W. H. Glasscock.
Get the Quarto-Centennial edition of the Oklahoman. 10c at the Postoffice store before the supply is gone.
Remember, we pay 10c per lb. for hens. Will buy all other country produce. Pay cash. The Bass Co.
Car load of Ford autos just in. One already sold. Get yours now while the season is young. W. H. Glasscock.
Will pay cash and top market prices for poultry. See me before selling. J. H. Demsey
Have several good Jersey milk cows with young calves for sale. For prices and terms see F. Manning.
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking at Z. T. Finley’s.
Now is the time to sell your broilers. I will pay you 20c per pound or 25c each. Call at Swift’s scales. J. H. Demsey
Another rain Monday- regular ground soaker. Perhaps this is some that was left over and will be the last for awhile.
Nice confectionaries at Thompson Bros. It’s the place to take the ladies for treats; take yourself there for refreshments.
The Durant school baseball boys came to Caddo Wednesday and played another game with the Caddo team. Caddo won this time 11 to 9.
W. D. Harrison went to Sherman Wednesday for treatment in the sanitarium. He was accompanied by his son, W. L. Harrison.
Smallest Bible on Earth. Size of postage stamp; two hundred pages. Copy to you for 10c. D. Importing Co., 2617 East 30th St. , Kansas city, Mo.
They’re here. What? That car load of Ford Autos. Get yours now and enjoy the full season with it. W. H. Glasscock
H. T. Styron returned from Sherman Tuesday where he attended his daughter Helen who underwent an operation. She is doing nicely we are glad to hear.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brock were in town yesterday form Route 2. Mrs. Brock had us send The Herald to her father, P. W. Williams at Poteet, Tex.
H. E. Wells was in town Sunday. Caddo folks are always glad to see the smiling face and cheerful countenance of Mr. Wells. He just naturally keeps you in a good humor.
Thompson Bros. have opened a confectionery in the Howe-Cossart building next to the meat market. They have as nice a place as there is in town and cordially invite you to call.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beaty and young son were up from Durant last Saturday visiting homefolks. Carl is Deputy County Treasurer under George Harrison and is a good one.
Lewis Paullin was up from his farm near Durant Saturday, shaking hand with old acquaintances and making new ones. He is actively engaged in making the race for county judge.
There’s no place in Caddo like Thompson Bros. Confectionery. We serve the best drinks at our fountain. Soda water, grape juice, and ice cream. Make our store your headquarters.
Plenty of good Texas Mebane Cotton Seed for sale at $1 per bushel. The Bass Co.
We want your confectionery trade. We have fitted up the only exclusive confectionery in town. It’s a nice place. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. Thompson Bros.
At a meeting of the fire fighters of Caddo Wednesday morning, J. L. Hendryx and B. K. Whisenhunt were elected delegates to attend the Firemen’s convention at Oklahoma City on May 5th to 8th.
If you have bois d’arc post blocks to sell see us for prices. You can realize some money off that old branch. Lingo-Leeper Lumber Co.
The Music club will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. B. Maytubby, with Mrs. Maytubby and Miss Mary Howe as hostesses. All members are urged to attend. The program as planned in the year books will be rendered.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. A. F. Manning entertained a crowd of little ladies from 4 to 6 o’clock, honoring the sixth birthday of her little daughter Margaret. A large number of little folks were present and it made one long to be a child again to see how they enjoyed themselves. Before going, the hostess served ice cream and cake.
Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, County Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Denver Post and all the leading magazines, stationary, candies, cigars, light racket goods and novelties. The Post Office Store, W. W. Hendricks, Prop., Caddo, Oklahoma
Miss Daisy Ward was in town Saturday from Woodland Farm. She reports that they have broiler chickens for their table. There are many better things that can be raised on the farm than cotton and corn. The example that the Misses Ward and Wakefield have set is having its effect, too, upon the activities of the farmers who are their neighbors.
Cossart & Phillips will loan you money on chattel mortgages or personal security. Buy and sell lands, also handle mules, horses, and jersey cows, buy and sell second hand wagons, buggies, harness and implements. Office in R. L. Pace’s store.
Elected School Superintendent
At a meeting of the school trustees Wednesday, Prof. Lee of Hugo, was elected superintendent of Caddo schools for next year. Prof. Lee comes well recommended as a school man and one whose experience in school matters has been large.
Next Tuesday afternoon between 2 and 6 o’clock the voters of Caddo will elect a trustee in the place of F. Manning whose term expires. So far there are no announced candidates.
At this election all ladies over 21 years of age are entitled to vote. The election will be held at the court house by the school trustees. It is the duty of every citizen, man or woman, to vote.