The Caddo Herald
January 26, 1917
You can get Tanlac at Dodd’s.
Mrs. H. T. Styron visited in Durant Tuesday.
H. Eichenberger went to McAlester yesterday.
Mrs. Ivan McGraw visited friends here Wednesday.
Scott Powell was up for Durant Wednesday.
Maurice Costello at Electric Theater every Friday.
A.E. Ray, Jr. had business in Durant yesterday. Mrs. G. A. Smith was in Durant Saturday on business.
See “The Life of Christ” at the Royal tonight (Friday).
If you want always to see the best picture, go to the Electric Theatre.
Rub-My-Tism- antiseptic, relieves rheumatism, sprains, Neuralgia, etc.
Mrs. Turnbull spent the week in town visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. L. Boland.
Maurice Costello, the great emotional actor will be featured in the Crimson Stain Mystery.
Dudley Maytubby, who is attending the Durant Normal, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks.
Sargent Bros. the Draymen can haul anything, anywhere. Call 84 when you want something moved. Always ready for work. It’s worth something to know that it will be done right.
Mrs. Jack Touchstone of Idabel is here visiting her sister Mrs. J. Ernest Bass.
Miss Estella Turner of Caney was visiting the Misses Rogers the first of the week.
Mr. H. T. Styron leaves Sunday for St. Louis to purchase the spring stock for Boone & Styron.
Rev. A. P. Johnson came over Wednesday to visit Dr. Nettelton who is very ill with pneumonia.
J. C. Brigance, Ed. F. Brown and W. H. Attaway were McAlester visitors Tuesday and Wednesday.
W. W. Boone returned Thursday from Chicago where he went to purchase merchandise for Boone & Styron.
Mrs. Guy Cooke, from Denison, was here Saturday and Sunday in Caddo visiting her father, M. F. Haralson.
T. P. Hopkins, who formerly lived northeast of Caddo, has moved near Kenefick. He was in town yesterday.
Miss Lola Fisher of Atoka and Miss Fisher of Coalgate spent Sunday here as the guest of Misses Rose and Juanita Rogers.
The Crimson Stain Mystery is one of the most absorbing stories ever filmed. See it each Friday night at the Electric Theatre.