The Caddo Herald
July 24, 1903
(from July 28, 1933, “Thirty Years Ago”)
W. J. Moon was advertising a general line of high-quality merchandise at a low price.
Hobart had suffered a disastrous fire which had destroyed the entire eastern half of the town.
Pope Leo XIII had died at the Vatican in Rome. He was buried among pompous ceremonies of the Catholic Church.
The Choctaw Telephone Company held the telephone franchise in Caddo. They were advertising telephones at $2 per month for business use and $1.50 per month for the residential phones.
Mesdames J. M. Goddard, A. C. Joyce, C. E. McPherren, W. W. Boone, J. V. Hardin, J. L. Rappolee, W. F. Dodd, C. A. Hancock, Barlow Rogers and H. W. Diffenderffer ,and Misses Pearl Kick, Jennie Diffenderffer, Robbye Travis, Helen Gragg, Soulie Pate, Ella Smith, and Annie Smith, and Messrs. J. M. Goddard, C. E. McPherren, Will Maxwell, and Clarence Wheeler formed a party of “bathers” who had enjoyed a cooling swim in Blue.
N. G. Womack had started to work as a prescription clerk for W. P. Wood.