Sometimes I like to just browse through old newspapers without looking for anything in particular. Found these bits of information that might be helpful to some historian or genealogist out there.
Caddo Free Press
January 24, 1879
Another large lot of hay has been received this week for Ft. Sill. This makes one hundred tons shipped to replace that burned last fall.
The Department has shipped several gun carriages and lumbers to Fort Sill to mount the guns at that Fort, preparing them for field service.
September 5, 1902
The 9 month old child of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheeler died Monday evening at six o’clock and was buried in Caddo.
June 8, 1928
Aged Pioneer Dies- Last Sunday at the family home west of Caddo Uncle Solomon Goforth died and was buried in the Maytubby Springs Cemetery. The funeral was attended by a large crowd of people who knew and loved the deceased. At the time of his death he claimed to be 103 years. Mr. Goforth was the grandfather of St. Clair Homer.