The Caddo Herald
January 26, 1917
W. F. Dodd went to Dallas Tuesday night in response to a message announcing the death of his brother-in-law, G. W. Stone.
Miss Maude Clower, who is attending the Normal at Durant, came home Fri. afternoon on a visit, returning Sunday afternoon to Durant.
If you want to see a real vivid picture of the life and times of Christ go to the Royal Theatre tonight where they have a seven-reel production.
Have several nice modern residences for sale at bargains for cash or terms; modern in every respect. See. F. P. Semple.
We wish to express our sincere thanks to all those who assisted us during the illness and death of our loved one. W. G. Ward and family.
The Crimson Stain Mystery begins at the Electric Theatre tonight (Friday). Be sure to see it. Everybody has a chance to win a six-cylinder automobile.
At Sherman Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock Roy Wilson was operated on for appendicitis and since then has been steadily improving and great hopes are entertained of his ultimate recovery. Mrs. D. M. Wilson has been with him during the time and his father goes down every day or so.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch will be with I. Schaffer this season with a full and up-to-date stock of millinery. This store will then be equipped to supply the ladies with anything to wear.
H. G. Huffman is filling in and constructing a concrete floor in one of his storerooms that (was) formerly occupied by his grocery department. Craghead Bros. has the contract.
“The Place Beyond the Winds” a five-reel Red Feature will be shown at the Electric Theatre Friday night together with 2 reels of the Crimson Stain Mystery and Vaudeville all for 5c and 15c. Where can you beat it?
After February 15th I will be found at the store of I. Schaffer where I shall be glad to see all my friends. I will be ready to fill all your needs in Millinery, Dress goods, and Ready-to-Wear. Mrs. Mattie Lynch
You don’t often have chance to see such film stars as Maurice Costello, who is seen Fridays at the Electric Theatre.
L. H. Rowsey, of the school board, is busy this week taking a school census of the town. This census is required each year so that we may get our rightful share of the state appointment and of that furnished by the national government.
It is here. The great remedy you have been reading about, yes dreaming about for days and weeks- the wonderful Tanlac, advertised throughout the land and recommended for all manner of diseases. Get a bottle today at the Corner Drug Store.