The Caddo Herald
December 13, 1918
Misses Wright and Stephens spent Saturday in Durant.
Miss Hendershott visited homefolks in Sherman Sunday.
Friday and Saturday will welcome a good bill at the Royal.
W. H. Attaway was in from Bennington a while Tuesday.
The Royal has some great things coming. Be sure to see them.
B. F. Pinson, Jr. has arrived home from working in munitions plants in the east.
Don’t forget the measuring party at the Methodist Church next Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd spent Sunday and Monday with their parents in Savoy.
D. O. Nail was home Monday from a two weeks stay in the Boggies looking after cattle.
Miss Marion Naylor from McAlester, spent Sunday with her father, Rev. Frank Naylor.
Christian women will hold a Bazaar and Market at the City Café Saturday December 14th.
Mrs. H. T. Styron and Mrs. H. F. Bass and little daughter were visitors to Durant Wednesday.
Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, Mrs. Ross Bonner and Mrs. F. Manning were visitors to Durant Wednesday.
Good things to eat and plenty things to wear at the Christian Women’s Bazaar, Saturday, December 14th.
Let The Herald furnish you with Christmas Cards for your friends. See the engraved samples at our office.
Eighty White Holland Pure Bred Turkeys for sale. See Mrs. J. H. Stevens, one mile northeast of town.
Rev. Frank Naylor, G. A. Crossett, U. S. Markham, and J. H. Hogan were business visitors to Durant Wednesday.
Engraved Christmas Cards solve the problem of what to get for Christmas for your friends. They are a neat remembrance and not very costly.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
United States Liberty Bonds bought and sold. Will pay highest cash prices for all issues. Write me for prices. Ben Siegel
J. H. Carlton has opened his blacksmith shop on the corner of Buffalo and Arkansas Streets. He has an advertisement in this issue.
Clarence Dodd returned home Tuesday. The S. A. T. C. at Austin has been discharged and the University is closed until after the holidays on account of flu.
The Delphian Club will meet Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the home of Mrs. J. F. Bass. All members are urged to be present as important business will come up.
Friday at the Royal Theatre- Clara Kimbal Young in “The Clan”, one of those great select pictures. Don’t miss it. Also Charley Chaplin in “The Floor Walker”. One of Charley’s specials. If you don’t want to laugh, don’t come.
The Royal will show Saturday “The House of Merth” a Metro Picture and a good one. Edith Wharton’s celebrated novel with an all-star cast. Also Charley Chaplin again in “The Floor Walker”.
Notice- To those who owe me a large bill or a small one, will please make arrangements to pay me at once. As you all know, my hands are tied as to my collecting, but have to trust to your honor when you read this. Clarence McCoy
I have a lot of good fresh milk cows and calves, also lot of good mules and horses for sale, cash or credit. Will help you with your crop next year. See me, old timer. J. H. Cossart
Have several nice red pigs for sale- eight weeks old; real affectionate individuals, very fond of slop and other eatables. Will readily attach themselves to any place. If properly brought up these pigs will bring joy and profit to their owners. Would consider trade for larger hog ready to fatten. G. A.Crossett
Next Thursday evening, Dec. 19th, a Measuring Party will be given at the Methodist Church to which everyone is cordially invited. We want you to come, even though you should not receive one of the special invitations which will be distributed, and it is only an accident if you don’t get one. The program will consist of special music, readings, etc. and you are sure of an enjoyable evening. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown, chairman
Nice young Jersey cows-fresh- for sale. Cash or credit. See Ed Bennett at Oklahoma State Bank.
Pay what you owe The Herald.