The Caddo International News
February 22, 1877
City and Country (continued)
Mr. Murray of the Denison Daily News thinks Dr. Marston in his decision of the tax law in the Nation has the law in his favor.
Why so many faltering, stammering souls? Ah, it is because while in their youth they were not taught to say no and mean it, or yes and stick to it.
We are glad to learn that Frank Laurence, son of Mr. Joe Laurence, is rapidly recovering from a severe attack of illness. Dr. Thompson is his attending physician.
Mr. James Gordon and his sister and Mr. Howland Robinson are in Paris. Mr. Bennett is said to be contemplating a trip to India. His horses are not to be sold.
There are now two Sabbath schools in Caddo, the Mission Sabbath School in south Caddo and the Union Sabbath School in the north end; both are well attended.
What are you wading through the mud and dirt for? Build plank walks! They save more than they cost and pay better in the way of comfort than anything you could buy with the same money. Come, fix up a little!
Died on the morning of Feb. 19, eight miles west of Caddo, Ben Cox, son of Mr. Hugh Cox.