The Caddo Herald
September 2, 1914
Caddo Opera House
One Night Only, Tuesday, Oct. 6th, Engagement Extraordinary-
Gertrude Ewing, In Alexander Dumas’ Masterpiece, Camille
Most Popular Play in the History of the Theatre, made famous in London, Paris, and America by Sarah Bernhardt. A noteworthy and society event. Special prices, 25c, 50c, and 75c. Seats now on sale at the Cove.
Mrs. C. L. Booker and little grandson, W.L. Boiler, was here last week from Wapanucka visiting relatives.
Ladies, have Rubber Heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you, standing or walking- at Z. T. Finley’s.
Miss Foraker, who has been visiting her uncle, Ebb Ingles, and family, has returned to her home at Royse, Texas.
Will pay cash and top market prices for poultry. See me before selling- J.H. Demsey
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell, Sunday morning, a fine girl. Grandpa Williams is just as proud of her as he is of any of his grandchildren.
H.D. Pierson was in Paris, Texas, Tuesday on business. He says that the people there are not panic stuck, but they have quit smoking cigars.
Cap Impson was here Tuesday from Bokchito with some horses to sell. He used to visit here often, but of late years comes only at long intervals.
Will Maxwell, who for a time was manager of the Moon Hotel here several years ago, was in town Saturday. He is now living in Bonham, Texas.
J.E. Derr came over from Boswell Saturday to spend Sunday with his folks. He is building the new Oil Mill there, which will be finished in about two weeks.
The business meeting of the Woman’s Missionary Society will be held with Mrs. I.S. Powell next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. All members are urged to be present.
Riley Stevenson was in town Saturday with two bales of seed cotton on one wagon. Riley says that he’s got the idea from The Herald: with the same time and team he hauls two bales instead of one.
The Embroidery Club met with Mrs. J. H. Cossart last Wednesday afternoon with eight members and one visitor present. Six new members were enrolled. The next meeting with Mrs. W. P. Blower Wednesday, Oct. 7th.
Mrs. W.W. Hibbard returned home last Thursday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in the East and West. While away, she visited Washington, New York, Seattle, and quite a number of other places of interest. She reports a pleasant trip.
Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe, and Republic, Denver Post, Station, Candies, Cigars, Light Racket Goods and Novelties. The Post Office Store- W.W. Hendricks, Prop.