The Caddo Herald
February 23, 1917
New onion sets at McCoy’s.
You can get Tanlac at Dodd’s.
I.Schaffer was in Durant Sunday.
Garden seed and onion sets at McCoy’s.
Mrs. G. Goodman is visiting in Dallas this week.
Green Thompsons was here from Durant last Friday.
Break your Cold or LaGrippe with a few does of 666.
H. D. Pierson went to Atoka Wednesday on business.
Saturday market at Hargreave by the Methodist ladies.
Miss Mary Howe was in Durant Thursday on business.
The finest fruits and fresh vegetables every day at McCoy’s.
Canna bulbs for sale at $1.00 per dozen. Mrs. Ed F. Brown
Miss Ora Clark and Miss Ethel McKinney visited in Durant Tuesday.
Miss Alma Hauer spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in the country.
Let me be your grocer. Everything fresh. Clarence McCoy. Miss Grace Grider ws the guest of Miss Alma Hauer the first of the week.
Have you seen the Crimson Stain Mystery? See it tonight at the Electric Theater.
C. J. Powell ws here Saturday and Sunday from Dallas visiting homefolks.
Miss Maye Boone of Denison spent Thursday here with her brother W. W. Boone.
Miss Nina Hauer, Minnie Wells, D. McCoy and Ike McCoy were in Durant Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Nettleton have returned from a two weeks’ visit to Galveston.
Miss Minnie Kuschke spent last Sunday and Monday with friends in Denison, Texas.
Geo. Colgate was here Wednesday on business of the Caddo Power Co. from Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonner Petty left last Friday for Rochester, Minn. For treatment of Mr. Petty.
Milk cows for sale. F. Manning
Mrs. R. J. Millsap from Konawa is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. Eichenberger.
Read “The Lass of the Lumberland” in The Herald and see the play tonight at the Royal.
C. L. Rogers left Sunday to join his regiment in San Antonio. Mrs. Rogers will remain here with relatives.
Dr. H. G. Bentley, “chiropractor” Battle Creek methods, rooms 15, 17, and 19 Grider Bldg. Phone 533
Mrs. Amelia Harris returned to her home in Chickasha Wednesday after spending two weeks with relatives.
W. O. Rowsey left for Tulsa Monday afternoon where he will spend the week visiting his brother W. A. Rowsey.
C. G. Hardy was in to see us last Saturday. This is Mr. Hardy’s third year in Caddo and he likes the country fine.
There will be a market Saturday at Hargreaves store by the Missionary Society. Come there to buy your Sunday dinner.
J. W. Worley was in town last Saturday. Mr. Worley is one of those friends whom The Herald greatly appreciates.
Miss Minnie Wells, Grace Grider, Misses Alma and Clara Hauer and D. McCoy attended the show in Durant Tuesday night.
S. M. Pettitt was in town Monday attending to business. He states that he was ready for corn planting, having finished his oats.
Peter Bloom is one of The Herald’s standbys. He is building a new shop on North Arkansas Street and will move into it soon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Carraway and children, Miss Charleen Hogan and Miss Mary Lee Hogan were Durant visitors yesterday.
Be sure to see Helen Holmes in the “Lass of the Lumberland” at the Royal tonight. She is the most daring photo play actor in the world.
Mrs. C. A. Hancock went to Armstrong and Sherman Tuesday attending her nephew Carroll Low who was so severely injured in a car accident.
Mrs. Mary Seamans, grand matron of the O. E. S. spent last Monday in Caddo with the local chapter. While here she was the guest of Mrs. D. O. Nail. Monday evening she held a school of instruction at the Chapter Hall, which was largely attended.