The Caddo Herald
October 17, 1902
Born: Saturday night there was born into the family of John Hill a fine boy.
Frank Maddox visited friends in Texas Saturday.
T.B. Turnbull was here a few days last week from Bennington.
Mrs. Jerry Dwight, from Jackson, visited friends in Caddo this week.
Mrs. A. M. Russell is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. White at Ravia.
Bert Farmer, from Ardmore, visited relative in Caddo Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. W. W. Craig returned Saturday from a visit of two weeks to relatives in Texas.
C.O. Price and brother were in Caddo Wednesday from Ego.
Mrs. L. S. Rutherford left Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. R. Fignet at Honey Grove, Texas.
Misses Mary and Dora McArthur returned to Caddo last Saturday. Miss Mary returned to Coalgate Monday.
Miss Mabel Beavert, of Durant, visited Mrs. Virgil Walker in Caddo Saturday. She returned home Sunday.
Miss Daisy Baxter, who is attending the Presbyterian College at Durant, visited home folks near Caddo Sunday.
A music and graphophone entertainment was given at the Turnbull School house last Saturdays night. A large number had a good time.
Camp Cooper ex-Confederates are called to meet in Caddo tomorrow a week hence for the purpose of transacting important business. Capt. Ellis desires a full attendance.
Miss Ina Richards and Mr. H. Meadows of Caddo, took dinner with Miss Ina's sister, Mrs. Hattie Covey. They returned home in the afternoon accompanied by little Velma Covey. Durant News
Roy A. Baird, manager of the Choctaw Telephone Company, was in Caddo yesterday from Atoka. He informs us he will move here very soon and establish headquarters at Caddo.