Note: I don’t post a lot from 1903 because the microfilm copies are so dark and difficult to read. Several issues are also torn and pieced back together. This is a torn page and the date on it is hand-written.
The Caddo Herald
June 12, 1903
Clinkscales for photos.
Don’t forget the entertainment at the Methodist Church tonight . Ice Cream and cake at the parsonage.
Capt. Ellis of Caddo, father of our townsman, Bill Ellis, is visiting here this week. –Boswell News
Miss Kina Turner returned Sunday from a two weeks visit to relatives and friends at Rockwall, Texas.
Slaying weeds has been the order of this week. Many were “choosed” to be killed and many more need it.
Ben Payne and O. R. Nance left Monday morning for Sulphur, I. T. to spend the week and recuperate.
Mesdames C. E. McPherren and W. N. Jones and Mr. W. R. McBride spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Sherman.
Deering all steel horse dump rake, 9 and 10 foot. Edward Bates & Son.
Insure you life in the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Of Newark, N. J. Represented by H. Edwards & Co.
L. J. Baird of Hope, Arkansas was a Caddo visitor Monday and Tuesday the guest of his brother, Roy A. Baird.
The following marriages took place at Bennington this week: Geo. ___ to Miss Mattie McDonald, Walter __day to Miss May Hultsman, Ed Rath to Miss Mollie Chambers.
Some of our good farmers are complaining about web worms in their corn and cotton. It’s indeed unfortunate that the pests have come. Many are using Paris green with good effect.
Mrs. E. G. Baxter, while getting out of a buggy at her home four miles east of town last Thursday, fell, breaking her leg. Medical attention was secured from town, and at last reports she was resting well.