The Caddo Herald
June 14, 1901
The meeting of the district conference of the M. E. Church South of the South McAlester district will be held in Caddo four days, commencing June 26. Quite a number of distinguished visitors will be with us.
The J. W. Coker Furniture Co., undertakers and embalmers. Coffins and Caskets.
I am making special low prices on furniture to make room for my new goods, which will arrive next week. Come and see what I have to offer you. You will save money by doing so. J. F. Lamb
It pays to buy at Levines’ Cut Price Store.
Luke Hunter, who was formerly publisher of The Caddo Herald, but who has been with the Sherman Democrat for the past several years, died at the latter place last Friday and was buried Saturday.
A.C. Markham and J. F. Stephens have purchased the restaurant, bakery, and confectionery business of Mrs. L. C. Booker & Co. These young men are worthy of the patronage they now solicit and their many friends here wish them success.
A brass band consisting of about 16 pieces has been organized by W. H. Wheeler. The uniforms have been ordered and we hope to have one of the best bands in the Territory. There is the material here to make one. Practice has already begun.
Caddo young people gave a dance at the opera house Monday night complimentary to Misses Annie Edwards and Dalton of Sherman and Jones of Bonham and to Mr. J. V. Hardin on his departure. They all had an excellent time, going home at an early hour in the morning.
On last Sunday evening at 3 pm at the residence of the bride’s parents at Blue, M. Thos. Roach and Miss Mamie Hulsey were united in marriage by the Rev. J. T. Hall. A large number of friends were present. These young people are well and variably known throughout this country and The Herald trusts that their union will be a most happy one.
Many cattlemen were in town from distant points to attend the races and the meeting of The Choctaw Live Stock Protective Association, which met here Friday. Among the visitors we noticed J. W. Carey, Armstrong; G. Winter, Durant; C. Y. Semple, Coalgate; R. L. Beam, Wapanucka; Mr. Howell, Wapanucka; C. H. Colbert, Folsom; and S. L. Morley, Academy, who purchased three very fine shorthorn cattle.
The closing exercises of Bloomfield Seminary, the Chickasaw school for girls, were held Tuesday. There were present more than 1000 people. The graduating class consisted of Misses Thenia Jennings, Bertie Yarbrough, Pearle Godfrey, Kate Bourland, Lula Bynum, Mamie Burris, Fannie Skeene, and Mary Goforth. The exercised disclosed the fact that the school is one of the best in the country and reflects credit on the Chickasaw Nation. Miss Mary Goforth is a Caddo young lady and our people are proud of her.