The Caddo Herald
February 28, 1902
P. L. Rogers has opened up the Blue Front Wagon Yard on Main Street in the old Lingo Rice stand and has prepared everything in a most excellent manner. He has a lunch counter and rooms in connection.
Born: Two boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Damron last Saturday. One was an eight pounder, the other nine.
Born: A fine boy arrived at the home of W. F. Russell yesterday morning. Both child and mother are doing well; Walter is happy.
Born: Noah Arrington, who lives east of the Caddo Hills, is the proud father of twin boys; came Monday, both boys are lusty fellows.
Married: Albert Lamb and Miss Delia Suddith were married last Sunday at the home of the bride’s father, seven miles east of Caddo, Rev. J. A. Trickey officiating. Mr. Lamb is a brother of J. F. Lamb, and is a promising young man. Miss Suddith is the charming daughter of J. M. Suddith, well known here, and both are admirable people.