The Caddo Herald
April 12, 1901
H.T. Ahrens has nearly completed his new residence in West Caddo.
Miss Kate Dabney, after a pleasant visit by two in weeks in Caddo, returned to her home at Bonham.
H.M. Dunlap’s new brick residence is nearing completion. It will be one of the finest in Caddo when completed.
Arrangements have been made for the building of six large brick business houses on Buffalo street east of the bank.
Several parties from Sherman were here Tuesday en route to Wapanucka to be present at an auction sale of lots at that place.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Neal (colored) at Stringtown on Easter Sunday- three boys, named Peter, James and John.
W.B. Hendricks, an old furniture man of Sherman, Texas, is with us this week assisting in opening the new furniture store of J.W. Coker. We hope that Mr. Hendricks will remain with us as he is a good business man and understands the furniture business. He will be glad to meet you and give you such prices as you never got before. Call and see for yourself. Coker Furniture Co.
In regards to the crop prospect, A.B. McCoy told us that his fruit was in excellent shape, but that his oats were almost ruined.
Impressive Easter services were held at the Methodist Church South on Sunday. A large congregation was present both morning and evening.
A box supper was given Friday night at the home of E. G. Baxter five miles southeast of town. About $65 was realized. Several of the town people attended.
Sunday evening while Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Manning were driving their horse became freighted and ran away. The buggy was overturned and the occupants thrown out. They were considerably bruised, but not seriously hurt.
R.A. Riddles of Caddo was down Thursday. He has shipped out more hogs from Durant and Caddo than has been marketed from any other two towns in the Territory. Durant Times Eagle
John McCoy, who has been attending the Marion Sims Medical College at St. Louis, is spending a few days with relatives and old friends here. He will return soon and when he comes back he will be a full-fledged M.D. John’s friends were all glad to see him.
The race program of the Blue County Fair Racing and Park Association are out. The American racing rules are to govern. Four races each day are provided for, and the purses amount to about $800. There will be other attractions besides. The meeting promises to be a success. The grounds are now being put in readiness. The dates are June 6, 7, and 8.