The Caddo Herald
December 21, 1917
Christmas Greetings for sale by Malone’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer and Mrs. D. O. Nail were Denison visitors Monday.
Mr. Barnard Pas and his mother, Mrs. Barnard Pas were visiting in Caddo from Bokchito the first of the week. Mr. Pas is located in Caddo now and is opening a store in the Smith building.
Malone has all kinds of Christmas Greetings.
Mrs. Hendrix, nee Howe, died in El Paso Tuesday. The body was brought to Denison for burial. Mr. and Mrs. June Robinson and C. D. Robinson attended the funeral.
Car load of good young mules just shipped in from Shawnee. All good bred and good boned. Fine young work stock. See me at once while choice can be had. W. H. Glasscock
W. W. Moffat was here from Atoka a while Sunday enroute to visit his mother who lives east of town. He has caught up with his work as assessor until the next round that begins next month.
Miss Ethel Boydstun, who has been a student at the Southwestern Methodist College, Dallas, arrived home Tuesday to spend the holidays. Miss Ethel looks fine and says her health is very much improved.
J. W. S. Kennedy has purchased the Sander’s property on the east side of the track and moved into town to make his home. J. J. Jenkins has also purchased property in that section of town and will move in soon.
That you may understand the Red Cross signs in the various homes and places of business, each small Red Cross indicates a member of the Society living or working in that building. Many places in Caddo have a full membership. That is every employee and owner is a member.
Have you seen those Christmas packages of stationary at Malone’s?
The Catholic ladies donated ten dollars from the proceeds of their Christmas Bazaar to the Red Cross. The Epworth League five dollars. The Bigger Caddo Club $150. And $54.94 was realized from the Chautauqua held here. D. M. Wilson gave ten pounds, and Jim Harmon fourteen pounds of cotton and the Oil Mill is going to give the bale of cotton now on hand.
Do your trading at the Corner Drug Store where you get something back in return for the money you spend. We give you profit sharing coupons with every cash purchase and every dollar paid on account. The goods cost you no more than elsewhere and the premiums you get are worth having. If you don’t happen to have one of our profit sharing catalogs ask for one, they are free for the asking.
W. E. Thedin’s Distress Call
Help me to give you the War news by placing your order for a copy of the daily or Sunday Dallas News. On account of the startling events now going on in the great World War, everyone should keep posted. Call now and give me your order and get in on my list. 5c for 1 copy. One week 20c. Month 75c. 3 months without Sunday $1.70. Watch Bulletin Board, morning and evening.
Song No. 202.
Roll call and reading of minutes.
Leader- Delaine Boydstun.
Special Readings- Lillie Craghead, Ora Black, Helen Shelby, Lucille Downing, Stella Lawrence, Lucille Haste, Opal, Zora, and Willie Smith.
Volunteer talk and reading.
Song and Benediction.