The Caddo Herald
January 17, 1902
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Carroll, a ten pound boy Wednesday night.
Dr. Green was able to be up, after a severe siege of pneumonia.
Miss Robbie Travis left Monday for Mexico, Missouri, where she will enter Hardin College.
V. C. Trout, one of those excellent farmers, was here Tuesday with four bales of cotton.
J. W. Willison, of Jackson, was a pleasant caller at our office Tuesday.
We are glad to report the children of W. P. Arnold able to be up and about after severe sickness.
Attorney J. L. Rappolee and Dr. H. E. Rappolee are having offices arranged in the new Dunalp & Roberts building.
Mrs. Wilson N. Jones and Mrs. Cooper, from Sherman, were in Caddo a short time this week enroute to the Jones farm.
Will Hill has recovered and is now mingling among his friends. He had a pretty tough siege, but we ar glad to see him again.
E. W. Corley has recovered from a serious attack of pneumonia. He is not yet able to get downtown.
The colored Church of Christ of Caddo met Sunday and took the loaf for the first time in Caddo. S. S. Hill, Pastor.