The Caddo Herald
March 23, 1917
Don’t’ forget Helen Holmes at the Royal tonight. The reels for last Friday night were burned in an express car, but Helen still lives to delight thousands of movie patrons.
Another pig lost. About March fourth I had two pigs stray away from my bed and board. One is a barrow, weighs about 50lbs. The other is a gilt, weighs about 110 pounds. Both are Berkshires and answer readily to the call of corn. Finder please let me know. Herman Hauer
Rev. C. J. Ralston was here a few hours yesterday.
J. Fred Slack made his weekly visit to Caddo Saturday and Sunday from Durant.
Winter has passed. Spring has come to take its place. So cheer up, everything else seem to be happy.
Miss Mollie Arledge from Van Alstyne, Texas is attending to Shearl Shofner this week as a trained nurse.
Adair & Markham have secured the contract for building the new hotel at Kenefic and are now at work on it.
Have about twenty fine Jersey cows for sale. Sell ‘em for cash or credit- any way to make a trade. These are very fine animals and will be a pleasure to own. C. W. Jones
A. E. Ray was over from the prison farm near Ayleseworth Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives. He reports great prospects for crops on the farm of which he is manager for the state.
For Rent- a close-in residence with all modern improvements. For Sale or Trade- one saddle pony. Will sell for cash or trade for good milch cow. Call phone 107 or address P. O. Box 194, Caddo, Okla.
Jim Hardage who lives two miles east of town has a fine boy at his house. Came Sunday morning and has been running the place ever since. Jim thinks he will be large enough by fall to pick cotton.
Quite a bit of repairing and clean-up work is going on. W. F. Clower is rebuilding the porch to his handsome residence east of town. The Civic Club ladies have planted flowers in the park at the depot. The Bass residence is assuming shape.
Mrs. Henry Cossart and Miss Hazel Clower will each sing at the Christian Church services next Lord’s day. Miss Hazel will sing at the morning service and Mrs. Cossart at the evening hour. A cordial welcome to all to come and hear the gospel in song and sermon.
“The Seven Deadly Sins” begins Monday April 9th at the Royal Theatre. Each serial is complete each night in five reels. It will be continued each Monday night until the serial is completed. Owing to the high cost of producing this serial, the admission will be 10c and 20c.
Claude Glasscock has become the owner of the Boyle Garage and has an adv. in this issue. Claude has had a large experience in the auto business and is prepared to give satisfaction to car owners. He announces that he will carry a full line of oils, gasoline, and car accessories. Give him a call.
Chas. Jones went to Ft. Worth last week to see the fine stock show. He couldn’t resist the temptation so he bought about twenty fine milch cows, most of them Jerseys. They will be here this week and he will offer them to the public. If you want a really good cow, better see Charlie about it right away.
The Czerny Club girls entertained with a reception in honor of St. Patrick Friday evening March 16th, 1917 at the home of Mrs. J. K. Carraway. Interesting and progressive games were played throughout the evening until refreshments were served. The Edison afforded excellent music and the young people enjoyed dancing until eleven thirty when the crowd withdrew, each one reporting a very pleasant evening.
Last Saturday afternoon from 2 to 6 at her home, Mrs. G. A. Smith entertained about 15 little Misses in honor of her daughter Miss Dorothy Evelyn Smith’s 9th birthday. It was in the form of a doll lawn party, each little miss with her dollie, each dressed in their newest frocks, presented a beautiful sight. Childish games were played throughout the evening after which delightful cream and cake was served to all.