The Caddo Herald
January 29, 1915
The Cove for luncheon.
Let Sargent Bros. plow your garden.
W. F. Semple was up from Durant Wednesday.
Have your gardens broke by Sargent Bros. Phone 84.
After the show come to The Cove for refreshments.
This winter seems to be just one norther after another.
The Cove for fine cigars, tobacco, candies, fruits, and nuts.
Dr. I. Levy, expert optician, will be at Williams Hotel Tuesday Feb. 9th.
J. H. Phillips is in Guthrie this week attending Federal court as a witness.
Wanted- second hand bran and chop sacks. Caddo Cotton Oil Co.
We serve the best lunches, oysters, eggs, and chili in town. The Cove
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brigance and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Attaway went to McAlester yesterday.
Green Thompson was up from Durant last Friday on business with the Security National Bank.
Miss Nina Hauer and Miss Grace Thompson attended the basketball game at Atoka Saturday night.
W. H. Morris was taken to Sherman Sunday for treatment in the sanitarium. He has been ill for several weeks.
J. R. Wideman returned to his home at Altus yesterday after spending two weeks at the bedside of his brother.
Hay for sale. Good early cut hay at $8 per ton at barn. See J. N. Scribner or myself, Jake Honsinger.
R. P. Brewer was here from McAlester Tuesday attending to business as a director of the Oklahoma State Bank.
E. G. Baxter is reported ill with pneumonia at his home four miles east of Caddo and getting along nicely at this writing.
Buy less, but buy it in Caddo. This don’t mean to buy from transient and irresponsible agents who do not live in the community.
Quite a number of railway ties are being marketed in town now. These bring good money and help to enable the farmers to get by.
Have a good supply of heavy building paper at 75c per roll of 500 square feet. It will make the rooms more comfortable. Lingo-Leeper Co.
We have tables for ladies and delight to serve them with hot chocolate, hot coffee, lunches and confectionaries at all times. The Cove