The Caddo Banner
September 7, 1894
Now for a new depot.
A heavy rain fell Saturday.
Monday was county court day.
Caddo needs a few more doctors. We only have five.
Schools all opened Monday with good attendance.
Preaching at the Methodist Church Sunday.
The rain Saturday has given us plenty of stock water.
Sam Stewart is happy it’s a girl and was born Saturday.
J. B. Walker is back at his old stand weighing cotton.
John Allen, a Choctaw, is sentenced to be shot the 26th.
Things look odd since the Rail Hotel has been moved.
John Schwartz is all smiles- it’s a boy and weighs 13 pounds.
Cotton is coming in at a lively rate and is selling from 5 ½ to 5 ¼ cents.
The stores are all stocking up with new goods. Do your trading in Caddo.
W. P. Wood and J. C. Hampton attended District court on the forks Boggy, Saturday.
Can anyone tell us what has become of B. T. A.? If they can please report at this office.
The Board of Education met here today and appointed Tom Manning to attend one of the State schools.
The band boys have got so they can furnish some excellent music now. Their progress has been very rapid.
Found, at the Presbyterian Church, some time ago, a bunch of keys on a ring. Owner will please call at this office for same.
Emerson Allen, who was convicted to be hung at Paris, has had his sentence commuted to life term in the penitentiary by the President.
Frank Varney and Miss Ella Smith were married last Saturday night. Rev. Chas. Hotchkins officiating at his residence. They left on the night train for Denison, returning Monday morning. The Banner extends congratulations and best wishes.