The Caddo Herald
May 22, 1914
Garden seed at Bass.
Refresh yourself at The Cove.
Mrs. A. F. Manning went to Durant yesterday afternoon.
New harness and saddles at Finley’s. Some nice ones for the boy.
Miss Bess Sargent of Ft. Worth visited relatives in Caddo Tuesday.
Take the ladies to the Cove for refreshment. Open ‘til ten at night.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Will pay 10c pound for hens. Call at Swift’s scales. J. H. Dempsey.
For a limited time we will pay 10c per pound for hens. Bass Co.
Frank Craghead has just completed neat bungalow on Choctaw Ave.
Bring your poultry and other country produce to Bass. Pay highest cash prize.
Mrs. P. W. Howe is home from an extended visit to Texas much improved in health.
Mrs. J. M. Barker left yesterday for Cleburne, Texas to spend some time with relatives.
Patronize the place that makes a specialty of its line. The Cove is strictly a confectionery.
Buggy for Sale- Been used a year; in good repair; also set of single harness. See Luther Roberts.
The Ford car is the universal car. You get as good car value for half the money. See W. H. Glasscock.
For Sale- Two covered hacks, one open back and one surrey at blacksmith shop of Peter Hamer in Caddo.
Remember we pay 10c per lb. for hens. Will buy all other country produce. Pay cash. The Bass Co.
Mrs. J. A. Beaird left Monday noon for Dallas to attend the bedside of her mother who is reported very low.
Born- to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bilbo at Durant, a boy. The Herald joins their Caddo friends in congratulations.
Miss Olga Phillips returned to her studies in art at Durant Mondays after a two weeks visit with homefolks.
Miss Neomi Bowman is home for vacation days from Sherman where she studied music in Kidd-Key College.
Our new tables have arrived and we now have the nicest cream parlor in town. The Cove
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
Eggs for sale- Best Rhode Island Reds, setting of 15 for $2.00. Mrs. J. D. Maytubby
Order flowers through us for any occasion. We have direct connection and give satisfactory service. The Cove
Mrs. Ed Smith and children came in from McAlester Saturday and spent the night and Sunday her with relatives.
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
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking at Z. T. Finley’s.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Millsap, from Konawa, arrived Saturday and are visiting their daughter, Mrs. H. Eichenberger.
The Cove is the name that Thompson Bros. have given their confectionery. It is a nice place where you are cordially welcome and satisfactorily served.
The Women’s Missionary Society meets next Thursday afternoon in postponed session with Mrs. F. E. McPherren. All members will please take notice and be present.
G. T. Chesnut and family, from Cooper, Texas, spent a part of last week in Caddo visiting the family of Prof. R. A. Chesnut. He went from here to Bokchito to visit another brother.
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. let us know your wants. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Have a first-class mechanic ready to do any work on cars or gasoline engines. Phone 106. W. H. Glasscock
Mrs. Hub Meadows last Saturday entertained the little fellows of her Sunday school class with a party at her home. The young folks certainly enjoyed themselves as only children can. Mrs. Meadows, too, knows what the tots like.
Children’s Day Services at the Methodist Church last Sunday were well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all who were present. These exercises give an insight into what the Sunday School is doing. At the Sunday School services there was 156 present.
Mrs. C. E. Thompson Wednesday night entertained the Seniors with a social at her home. Gathering there they repaired to the Cove where refreshments of ices were served. Everyone is so nice to the seniors that one naturally wishes to recall past years when they too occupied the limelight.
Saturday afternoon and night at the Electric Theatre the home talent play of Durant will be shown on the canvass, a special home-made reel, in addition to the three regular feature films. Only 5c increase in price. In this reel you see men and women you know taking part in the show.
Rev. Luther Roberts returned Wednesday from a two week’s visit to Oklahoma City where the General Conference of the M. E. Church, South is in session. Mrs. Roberts and son, Beverly, who had been visiting relatives at Crowell, Texas, joined him last week at Oklahoma City and returned home with him.
Gray Nickels, chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, was in town Wednesday and yesterday looking after county business, and incidentally fixing his fences in his race for re-election. Mr. Nickels is making the race on the record he has made as commissioner, not on other men’s faults or not what other men say the commissioner has done, but on the facts.
Mrs. Lola Swamock, district manager for the Woodmen Circle, was in Caddo last Friday and Saturday in the interest of the Circle. Quite a jolly time was had at the hall last Friday night. Several new members were introduced to the degree work. Ice cream and cake were served…