The Caddo Herald
February 20, 1914
Garden seed at Bass.
If its groceries you want see Freeny.
Mrs. W. H. Robbins visited in Durant Monday.
Miss Stella Peters visited in Durant Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed. F. Brown was in Atoka last Tuesday.
Mose Downing was here from Atoka on business Tuesday.
D. B. Ray will be home from Oklahoma City tomorrow.
Miss Mary Howe spent Saturday in Denison with friends.
Seed oats, seed potatoes, onion sets at Huffman & Brewer’s.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman have returned from St. Louis.
Mrs. Alice Dyer of Durant is visiting Mrs. A. E. Ray in Caddo.
Mrs. P. H. Boxley from Oklahoma City is visiting relatives in Caddo.
I.Schaffer left Sunday for St. Louis to buy his spring line of dry goods.
C. L. Cooper was down from McAlester Monday visiting his parents.
Tom Smith, Herman Hauer, and Nathan Smith spent Sunday in Atoka.
Did you read our ad in this paper? The E. B. M. Store. (Ad too dark to copy- says “This is a young Men’s Establishment”. Lists suits, ties, shoes.)
If it’s groceries you want, we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Every man, woman and child in Caddo ought to go to church next Sunday.
Mrs. J. D. Maytubby and Miss Lillie Maytubby were in Denison and Sherman Monday.
County Attorney Turnbull was here from Durant Monday in a case before Justice Chaney.
Mrs. H. T. Styron and little daughter returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in Shawnee.
Mrs. Ivan McGraw and little son returned Wednesday from a visit to her brother at Madill.
Mrs. Will Gardner and little son, of Bokchito, are visiting the family of Dr. W. R. Bowman.
Mrs. N. Miller, from Durant, was here this week visiting her mother, Mrs. T. S. Maytubby.
Misses Grace and Ruth Carroll of Denison were the guests of Mrs. G. Goodman last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hauer have returned to Atoka where they will be at home to their friends after Feb. 22.
For sale- Modern 5-room bungalow near new school building. C. E. Blessings
Will pay cash and top market prices for poultry. See me before selling. J. H. Demsey
H. T. Styron returned last Friday from a ten days stay at St. Louis where he bought spring goods for the Bass Co.
Miss Ita Wallace paid The Herald a pleasant visit Saturday afternoon as did also Mrs. Ed. F. Brown and Mrs. A. B. McCoy.
Have you any carpenter, joiner, or cabinet work? See T. P. Johnson; makes anything from a chicken coop to a fine house.
Mrs. Roberts from Hollis and Rev. T. F. Roberts from Holdenville, arrived Wednesday to visit the family of Rev. Luther Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Denos returned to their home in Muskogee after spending the week with their sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph.
W. F. Dodd, T. A. Alexander and B. F. Maddox were in Oklahoma City last week as witnesses in the Gore trial, returned home Sunday morning.
Sam H. Kyle was here from Durant Monday getting acquainted with Caddo folks and letting it be known that he desired to be our next county judge.
Mrs. Mattie Bloom returned Friday from a two-week’s stay in St. Louis where she studied styles and purchase millinery for the Bass Co.
Just received a nice line of boy’s saddles, plush robes, collars, and everything carried by a first-class saddle and harness hop. Z. T. Finley
Notice- I have withdrawn from the Caddo Plumbing Co. and will not be responsible for any debts contracted by said company. E. L. Norris
Mrs. L. A. Morris returned Sunday from a month’s visit to St. Louis where she went with Mr. Morris for treatment and to visit her son, Lon Morris.
Next Sunday will be observed as All Church Day by the churches of Caddo. The invitation is extend especially to the non-church goers to attend services somewhere that day.
A post card or a phone call will bring an experienced corsetiere to your home to demonstrate the merits of Spirella Corsets. For spring delivery give me your order now. Mrs. Ed F. Brown
Mrs. F. E. McPherren and daughter, Mrs. Edna Hill of Dexter, N. M. and Miss Mary Echols of Holdenville are visiting a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McPherren at Durant.
Let me have your baggage and hauling business. Every order receives my careful and prompt attention. Phone No. 2 if you want a trunk, grip, box, express, or anything else hauled. J. H. Demsey
Mrs. Arthur C. Chaney and children from Victoria, Texas, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Powell who live two miles west of town. She is a sister of Mrs. Geo. Frazier and Mrs. H. D. Pierson.
I have received my new spring fabrics and styles from the Ideal Ladies Tailoring Co. of Chicago. See me early for your spring suit, skirt, dress, or coat made to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Ed F. Brown
“Easu and Jacob” will be the subject of the Sunday night sermon at the Methodist Church. The morning subject will be “The Fundamentals of Christian Civilization”. YOU are cordially invited to come. Luther Roberts, Pastor
Next Sunday, February 22nd, will be observed through the nation in honor of George Washington. It will also be observed as All Church Day in Caddo and every patriotic citizen should honor God as well as pay honor to George Washington that day.
W. H. Glasscock has the Ford and Buick auto agency for this year. Car load of 1914 models will be here soon. He will be glad to demonstrate the merits of either car to prospective purchasers. See him now.