My Grandfather was born in Cade, so I thought it interesting to run across this little item. Cade was located in northeastern Bryan County. It was named after Cassius M. Cade, an early political figure. The last time I was there- many decades ago- there was a small store and gas station left. Most people don’t even remember that it ever existed.
The Caddo Herald
January 4, 1929
Cade News Notes
We are glad to report that the flu epidemic is subsiding.
The weather being so fine during the holidays we’ll be unable to report all goers and comers, but will note a few.
W. G. Ruth’s mother and two nieces returned home at Gainesville Thursday.
Mrs. Pauline Gray, who has been visiting relatives in Dallas, returned home Monday.
Miss McCann, her mother and Lee McCann, spent the holidays with relatives in Bennington.
F. E. Holloway and family, Mrs. Tom Odom and children and Roy Tillett of Altus, spent a few days with L. E. Roberts and family.
J. T. Hale and children James and Mary Janice motored to Bonham Wednesday where they met Mr. Hale’s mother, of Lubbock who was there on a short visit.
W. T. Trout and family entertained relatives and a few friends at their home Christmas day. The bird of the season graced the table.
W. G. Ruth is moving to the Samson McKinney farm this week.
W. F. Everett moved to Cade from the Hail community the past week.
T. R. Smith was in our community threshing peanuts Friday the 28th.
Fred Wigley and family were guests of H. H. Darough and wife of the Buffalo locality Friday to Sunday.