The Caddo Herald
February 9, 1917
You can get Taniac at Dodd’s.
J. L. Hull had business in town Wednesday.
Jim Paddock had business in Durant Monday.
Mutual masterpiece every night at the Royal.
“Her Mother’s Rosary” in 4 acts February 15.
You should try Taniac once- get it at the Corner Drug Store.
Canna bulbs for sale at $1.00 per dozen. Mrs. Ed F. Brown.
A.M. Robertson was here from Madill Sunday visiting friends.
L-K-O Komedy at the Electric Theatre Saturday. Don’t miss it.
Chas. Gibson is home from Dallas attending his wife who is ill.
Dr. C. D. Dale left yesterday for Keota, Okla. to attend business.
Have you seen the Crimson Stain Mystery? See it tonight at Electric.
Judge and Mrs. R. C. Freeny left Sunday for Tioga to spend several weeks.
Read “The Lass of the Lumberland” in The Herald and see the play tonight at the Royal.
Money, marriage and baseball Feb. 15- a daring drama of today- “Her Mother’s Rosary”.
If you want engraved cards, let us know. We have the best price and get them on time.
Benefit Christian Church- home talent “Her Mother’s Rosary” next Thursday at Royal.
Friday remember the Crimson Stain Mystery at The Electric. Also a big Red Feather feature.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch will leave for market the tenth to buy the opening stock of millinery for I. Schaffer.
J. H. Cossart last week bought a new Dodge car. He likes a good car and knows how to run one.
Joe Boyle and Henry Bass traded his Chandler six for a Lexington six.
H. T. Styron has returned from St. Louis where he bought spring goods for the big store of Boone & Styron.
See the big Metro Feature Films at Electric Theatre Saturday. Also a splendid laugh producing LKO comedy.
C. C. Craft was up from Colbert Sunday visiting friends. Clate is always welcome to Caddo.
Mrs. E. L. Craghead left Thursday for Tucker, Okla. to visit her parents and attend the bedside of her brother who is ill.
Prof. R. L. Sanders of the high school has been confined to his bed most of this week with an acute attack of tonsillitis.
Fred Jones was in town Tuesday. Fred is one of those good friends whom The Herald appreciates and he is always welcome.
The Herald carries a nice line of invitation cards. If we haven’t what you want in stock we get it for you. Let us show you.
The King Bee Pattern Hats of St. Louis will be found this Season at I. Schaffer’s. Mrs. Mattie Lynch, trimmer and designer.
Buck Nail was here from West Texas this week visiting old friends. He formerly lived in this country and is remembered by all the older citizens.
Have several nice modern residences for sale at bargains for cash or terms; modern in every respect. See F. P. Semple
J. H. Jennings from Rockport, Indiana is here visiting his niece, Mrs. H. D. Pierson, and other relatives. He is a retired insurance and land man.
Mr. Gilson, who is directing the play, “Her Mothers’ Rosary” speaks very highly of the “local talent” taking part. He says they play like real professionals.
B. K. Pate and R. A. Riddels had business west of Caney Tuesday. They report considerable trouble pulling sand hills with the Ford, but they came through all right.
Sargent Bros., the Draymen, can haul anything anywhere. Call 54 when you want something moved. Always ready to work. It’s worth something to know that will be done right.
Wait for me. In a few days I will have my new Spring Style book of the Ideal Tailors- the last word and quality. Will be glad to show you the latest in styles and fabric. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown.
The Woman’s Missionary Society met with Mrs. C. A. Hancock Tuesday the 6th with a good attendance. It was moved and carried to have a spring bazaar in March. Year book committee distributed year books completed. Mrs. Jess Maytubby delegate to Ada for East Oklahoma conference gave a most interesting report.