The Caddo Herald
November 6, 1936
B. F. Maddox Gives a Dinner Celebrating 92 Years Upon Earth
B. F. Maddox was 92 years of age Monday, and to celebrate a long and useful life upon earth he invited Rev. A. J. Ward, A. F. McCreary, Lake Brewer, J. C. Davison, and G. A. Crossett to take dinner Monday with him at the home of his daughters Mrs. Birdie Hill and Mrs. W. C. Faulkner.
Tuesday morning early the Judge, as he is familiarly termed, was downtown to vote for Roosevelt, he being an ardent Democrat and having voted in every presidential election to be had since Grant first ran.
B. F. Maddox was born in the county of Lamar, Nov. 2, 1844; nearly a century ago, during the time Sam Houston was at the head of Texas government. Lived in Texas until 1885 when he moved to Caddo, Indian Territory, and has lived here since that time. Mrs. Maddox, who bore him five children, passed to her reward two years ago.
Judge Maddox since early in life is a faithful member of the Baptist church, and it will be a …(missing)
Still able to get around, greet his friends, take an interest in what goes on, the Judge is a welcome visitor to his host of friends in town.
The hope is voiced that many returns of the day may in store for Judge Maddox. Of the future life he is assured by the faith of years of testing.