The Caddo Herald
September 25, 1914
T. L. Baldwin was here from Durant yesterday with the reel pictures that he had made of the Caddo Corn Carnival showing it to a few people and making arrangements for its exhibition in Caddo.
By arrangement with Mrs. G. Goodman, the Carnival moving pictures will be shown Thursday and Friday nights next at the Electric Theatre in Caddo. The Carnival reel will be shown in addition to the regular show and an additional entrance fee will be charged. This reel shows the mains acts of the Carnival as they occurred- the parade, the riding, exhibits, the queen, the ball, the grounds, and many points of interest in town, including business houses, residences, and mills.
The reel is a good one showing people and scenes that you are familiar with. Don’t fail to see Doug Williams and H. T. Styron in the pictures. It is a good advertisement for Caddo.
On account of repairing and remodeling the studio, I will be delayed about 30 days in getting ready to open in Caddo. The date of opening my Caddo Studio will be announced in this paper soon, look for it. There is no use going afar from home to get good pictures for I will soon be at your service and my work is guaranteed to be as good as can be had anywhere on earth. I have been 25 years at it and know the business thoroughly. T. L. Baldwin