The Caddo Herald
April 25, 1902
At the home of the bride last Monday evening about 4 o’clock, Mr. Ed McGinnis and Miss Allie Russell were united in marriage, Rev. Maddox officiating. The affair was witnessed by only a few relatives and intimate friends and the happy couple left on the evening train for their future home at Shawnee, O.T.
The bride is a most loveable young lady, the daughter of A. M. Russell, and will make a most excellent helpmate; the groom is formerly of Ravia, and is an excellent young man, holding a responsible position in Shawnee now. The couple has the best wishes of numerous Caddo friends.
W. P. Booker has an adv. about (the) cane mill and advises and urges farmers to plant sugar cane. This is a paying industry and with the mill close at hand the syrup can be easily made and money saved. The more you diversify, the greater will be your profit and the less chance of an entire destruction of crops. Plant a few cane seed.
Rev. O. E. Taylor last night and Wednesday night delivered lectures on Temperance at the Baptist church. Fairly good attendance was had. He will lecture again at the Baptist church tonight. All are invited to attend and hear him. He handles his subject in a scientific and genteel manner, affording pleasure to all who hear him.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will give one of their excellent dinners at the Dunlap Roberts building east of the bank tomorrow. Twenty five cents will be charged. In the evening from 7:30 to 11 strawberries, cream and cake will be served, at 15 cents. Everyone is invited to attend.