The Caddo Herald
Died: Last week a Sterrett dentist named Ray took a dose of medicine out of the wrong bottle. He is now dead.
G. W. Vining and Sandy Finch, two white men, who were arrested near Colbert by Deputy Marshal Davis a few days ago, charged with counterfeiting, were tried in the Commissioner's Court there and bound over under $500 bond to await the action of the grand jury. They were lodged in the Ardmore Jail.
Caney- We have had cooler weather. Cotton is opening fast and will be ready to pick soon.
Mike Riley has been very sick with brain fever. He is better now although his case was considered hopeless for a time.
Mrs. Wolf, of Caddo, is camping at Mr. Ravin's spring for her health.
Mr. Brooks, the Choctaw preacher, will hold services here the fourth Sunday.
Mr. Hanson, of Utica, stopped with Mr. Ravins this week.
Caddo- Mrs. Edna Hogue is recovering from injuries received last week.
Abbot Leflore is convalescent. He was very sick for several days.
O.S.Shoemake, of Bennington, spent Tuesday in the city on business.
Marshal D. Savoy, of Savoy, Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. F. Dodd.
Mrs. Tennessee Hunter, of Mayhew, was in Caddo Saturday on business.
Dr. W. B. McCaskill, of Sterrett, went up to Atoka Tuesday to meed the medical board.
Jim Council and Joe Black have opened a lunch stand next to Booker's saddle shop on Main Street.
J. L. Hull of Bokchito, returned home Monday from Pontotoc where he has been looking after his ranch.
John J. Curtis, of Durant, has been in the city this week visiting the family of his son-in-law, W. L. D. Unsell.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac White, of Hope, Arkansas, who have been visiting the family of S. B. Riddle, have returned home.
J.C. Woodword and family, of Bonham, spent several days this week at Maytubby Springs, Caddo's health resort.