The Caddo Herald
January 3, 1919
Miss Jennie Manning has returned to Denison.
Elmer Jeans left Monday for Lindsey, Okla. to visit friends.
Ellis Smith left Wednesday to attend Baylor Medical College, Texas.
W. C. Jamison went to Sherman Wednesday t look after business.
Clarence Dodd left today for Austin where he will attend State University.
Mrs. Dr. C. D. Dale and Mrs. G. A Crossett were visitors to Durant Monday.
Mrs. Tom Gross left Sunday for a two weeks visit with relatives near St. Louis.
If you want to see a good show, go to the Royal. It’s a good show every night.
Miss Chuleen Hogue left Sunday to take charge of her school at High ___ (can’t read).
P. L. Rogers arrived home last Saturday to spend a few weeks with his family.
Miss Ruby Stevens arrived here last Friday to resume her classes in expression.
Miss Fannie Bell Hulsey returned Sunday night from a visit to homefolks in Arkansas.
Jack Glasscock left Sunday for Kansas City where he resumes his old place in a bank.
R. B. Jones was called to Kaufman, Texas last week to visit his father who was very sick.
Miss Edith Moore returned Sunday to Wewoka where she is teaching in the public schools.
At the Royal tonight- Selected- Alice Braey in the Death Dance; also Charley Chaplin on One a.m.
Misses Maud and Myrtle Drain have returned from spending the Holidays with homefolks at Coleman.
Clarence Dodd went to Savoy Monday to visit his grandparents a day or two. He returned to Austin yesterday.
A.B. Camden is here from Durant this week assisting in the preparation of the big sale for Siegel & Damie.
Have several good milk cows and young work mules for sale- cash or credit. F. Manning
Richard Nicolds was here Tuesday a week ago to visit his parent. He is a lieutenant now on duty at Camp Bowie.
Miss Rosalie Wright has returned from spending the Holidays at Stamford, Texas. She will resume her music classes.
Roy Lievsay returned Wednesday form Camp Pike where he has been in the army being honorably discharged because o f the ending of the war.
Rev. W. L. Blackburn, presiding elder, will be in Caddo Sunday afternoon and will hold the first quarterly conference at the Methodist church.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.