The Caddo Herald
July 28, 1899
A child of Martin Ingram was quite sick last week.
Dr. McGaughy was in Emmet on business Saturday.
Mrs. James Cobb, east of town, was on the sick list last week.
Mose Downing, of Atoka, is visiting the family of Dr. Long.
Miss Ida Folsom and Soulie Pate went to Atoka Wednesday to visit friends.
Died: The little 6-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skaggs died on the 26th.
Miss Fannie Lyle is attending examinations of Territory teachers at Atoka this week.
Judge J. G. Ralls and party were out shooting chickens and quail Thursday west of town.
Mrs. John Jennings has been very ill this week, but is reported to be slightly better at this time.
Thad Burris has purchased a lot in the Manning addition and will build a nice two-story residence soon.
Mrs. Lucinda Barnes has been granted a pension of $8 a month as the widow of a Mexican War veteran.
Dr. J. W. Folsom, of Ardmore, has been in town this week. He was called to see his niece, Mrs. T. W. Hunter.
Dr. Wilkinson, of Durant, was in Caddo last week having dental work done by Dr. Miller.
Born: Dr. H. E. Rappolee was presented with a fine 8-pound daughter Wednesday. Mother and daughter are doing well.
One of the children of Judge and Mrs. R. C. Freeny has been quite ill the past week at their home east of town.
Born: Mr. W. H. Bates was in Durant Wednesday to vise her infant grandson, born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. J. Yarbaugh.
The many friends of Mrs. T. W. Hunter will be rejoiced to learn that she is now convalescent from her recent severe illness.
T. R. McDonald was in Leonard, Texas this week, his old home, where he attended a picnic and met many friends.
Judge Julius Golsom of Atoka, has been in town this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. T. W. Hunter, who has been quite sick.
J. H. Dobson, who has been quite ill for a month, is at his old place now in the business house of W. J. Moon, having fully recovered.
Miss Mary Dobson, who has been visiting her brother, J. H. Dobson, in town, went to Whitewright Tuesday to visit other relatives and friends.
J. P. Rennels and W. B. Deverick, of Charleston, Illinois, have been in town this week. They are looking for good farming land on which to locate.
Married at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. Powell, south of Caddo, on July 26th, Mr. Joe Winton and Miss Delilia Powell, Rev. J. N. Cooper, officiating.
Rev. J. N. Cooper, of Caddo Hills, was in the city yesterday. Elder Cooper is the favorite divine among the young folks of his vicinity for tying the nuptial knot.
Died: An infant of the family of Mr. Daniels, who are visiting at Tom Logan’s, seven miles east of town, died Sunday of congestion. The funeral occurred Monday.
Mrs. Knight and her daughter, Miss Kate, arrived in Caddo on Thursday from Mississippi. They formerly resided here, Mrs. Knight having taught school here for several years.
Mrs. Grace M. Pitchlynn, of Washington, D. C., accompanied by her interesting family of four children, arrived in Caddo Wednesday. They are visiting the family of Charles Semple.
W. M. Hynds, cotton buyer form McKinney, Texas, was in town this week looking after the prospect of the coming crop, which were never better. Mr. Hynds bought the greater portion of the crop here last year.
The new grain warehouse of Leeper & Chiles is completed and will soon be full of grain from the fertile farms of Blue County.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodd are rustication at Sulphur Springs, the Territory’s famed summer resort.
Miss Della Cocke will go to Davis Tuesday where she will join a party who go to spend a month in the picturesque and pleasant country about Colorado Springs, Manitou, and elsewhere in the mountains of Colorado.