Shopping

A small town of 2000 is paradise for antique lovers! Cabool, MO is popular for its Forget Me Not specialty and antique stores. If you are looking for antiques, look no further. Cabool is home to the Caboodle Antique Shop, located conveniently on Main Street, right in the middle of everything.

The Caboodle Antique Shop is located at
402 Main Street

Cabool, MO 65689

(417) 962-4563
Need fabrics? Head over to the well-known Ozark Patchwork Peddler in Cabool. They have everything from quality fabric, patterns and gifts, books, and even quilting classes for beginners to experiences quilters.
536 Main St
Cabool, MO 65689
(417) 962-0494

Becca’s Barkery

Becca's BarkeryWhether you are the proud owner of a family pet or have a friend with a special canine, Becca’s Barkery offers the freshest, highest-quality dog biscuits around. Not only are these treats tasty, but they are baked daily using fresh, all-natural ingredients such as eggs, bacon or even cheddar cheese. You wouldn’t feed your family pet poor quality food; with Becca’s Barkery treats, free of preservatives, salt, or other harmful additives, you are providing your furry family member with the same superior treatment.

Contact the Barkery at:
http://www.beccasbarkery.com/_wsn/page4.html
info@beccasbarkery.com

503 Second Street
Tel: (417) 962-0488
Fax: (417) 962-0489

2 thoughts on “Shopping

  1. A small town of just around 2000 will provide you with lots of old stuff!
    I think it would sound better without the word “Just.”
    A small town of just 2000, maybe take out the word “just”

    Also, “will provide you with lots of old stuff!” —> (I don’t know. . . old stuff sounds kind of vague or unexciting to me.) I wrote a sentence below, but not sure what others will think. .

    “A small town of 2000 is paradise for antique lovers!”

    The sentence: “You wouldn’t feed your family poor quality food;” between family and poor wouldn’t the word “pet” go there?

    Ty

    You wouldn’t feed your family poor quality food

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