The Caddo Herald
February 4, 1916
All kinds of papeteries at Malone’s.
Fayne Harris was a Caney visitor this week.
The best garden seed in the world at Haralson’s.
Malone has a line of tablets that are not equaled.
If you once use Malone’s papeteries you always will.
H. T. Chiles has been in Grant this week looking after business.
J. C. Hogan and T. M. Hargrave were business visitors to Durant Wednesday.
Earnest Pitchlynn was in town yesterday from his home north of Kenefick.
Rev. A. P. Johnson was in Durant this week attending the Andrews revival.
Malone has a line of box papers that will make you marvel when once seeing them.
J. L. Campbell has moved his tin and plumbing shop to the Bass brick next to Smith’s barber shop.
Bring us your chickens and eggs. We have the highest cash market all the time. H. G. Huffman.
Judge R. C. Freeny was called to Ardmore Sunday to attend the bedside of a sister who is reported seriously ill.
The Civic Club meets with Mrs. Jess Maytubby Saturday afternoon; a full attendance is urged as election of officers will take place.
A new corset is a necessary adjunct to good looks. A made-to-measure garment is the only satisfactory kind. Mrs. Ed F. Brown will fit you.
No use to send away from town for bulk garden seed. I have a nice lot, and the prices are right. M. F. Haralson.
We want to buy a few car loads of bois d’arc in stick or blocks. Most any size or length will answer. See us about this. The Lingo-Leeper Co.
Mrs. Bryan Hill and daughter from Whitesboro have been spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Haralson.
Get the Dallas Morning News each day from Delbert Davison. Leave orders at Malone’s Drug Store. 75 cents per month delivered.
You never miss the water until the well goes dry or your pipes freeze. These little inconveniences ought to make us appreciate what we have.
District Superintendant F. R. Morgan will be with the Nazarene church Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 12 and 13. He will hold services and would be glad to have a full representation of the church present.
The regular Quarterly communion Service will be held at the Presbyterian Church Sunday at 11 a.m. All the members are urged to be present; all other Christians are cordially invited to enjoy this service with us. Pastor
The Prescription Service at the Corner Drug Store is the very best to be had. If your prescription has our name on it bring it to us to be filled. If it has some other name on it be sure to bring it to us. We fill them right. W. F. Dodd, Prop.
W. F. Dodd left Tuesday afternoon for Kansas City to attend a meeting of the directors of the Jefferson Highway Association of which he is a member for Oklahoma. Mr. Dodd is an important factor in this Highway and will do all he possibly can to keep the route through Oklahoma.
The Caddo Mercantile Co. this week moved their stock of goods into the McCoy building formerly occupied by the Brigance Hardware Co. where they have as much room and better display- they can more conveniently wait on their growing list of customers. They have an announcement in this issue.
The Christian ladies met with Mrs. Grassham Feb. 1st. It was decided to take the women of the Bible as a study this year. The spelling bee was postponed until Feb. 10th. The Society will meet with Mrs. Maytubby Feb. 15th.
With another cold wave Sunday and Monday the mercury dropped to 18 and some snow fell again Tuesday, we continue to have a touch of winter. However, we are glad it’s all coming in a lump. Perhaps when it’s over with the weather will be fine for oats sowing, corn planting, etc.
Director L. H. Rowsey has just completed taking the school census of the town District. He finds in this district 685 children of school age. This is quite a record and shows that we have not too many schools or too many teachers.