The Caddo Herald
March 21, 1902
Mrs. E. T. Dwight, from Jackson, was the guest of friends in Caddo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hampton from Chickasha were visiting relatives in Caddo this week.
Dr. T. S. Freeman and wife of Sherman are visiting the family of J. F. Lamb.
Rev. A. B. L. Hunkapillar, presiding elder, preached at the South Methodist Church last Saturday night and Sunday morning.
P. W. Arnold has purchased the general merchandise stock of J. C. Hampton and will continue the business at the same old stand.
Dr. LeRoy Long has moved his office into the new brick building of Homer & Long, where he now has a neat suite of rooms upstairs.
Mrs. Zora Hamer has been in Dallas this week selecting real up-to-date stock of millinery for Arnold & Attaway.
Barlow Roberts has moved into his residence recently purchased from A. M. Robertson. He has made several pretty improvements on the place.
Mrs. Mollie E. Gragg desires to do sewing either by the day at your home or by the garment at her home. First door south of the North Methodist Church.
Born: A beautiful new girl arrived Saturday to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rector Bryant. Both mother and child thriving.
We’re glad to report W. H. Attaway on the streets again after a severe sick spell. He was attacked one day last week while returned from the country.
Our old friend J. H. Dobson was here from Emet last Friday. He reports business fairly good.
F. E. Folsom attended the convention of Choctaws and Chickasaws at Atoka Tuesday from Caddo, he having been elected as delegate at the meeting of citizens held at the Choctaw Court House last Saturday.
Married: At the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shelby Sunday evening, Mr. M. L. Hickman and Miss Mary Beck, Rev. J. A. Trickey officiating. Mr. Hickman is well known in Caddo as a most excellent young man and the bride of his choice was a most charming young lady, the daughter of Mr. J. Beck, one of the substantial farmers living east of Caddo.
Col. Francis Preston was to see us last Saturday from Caney or Preston City. He attended the meeting or organize a camp of sons of Veterans at the Baptist Church that evening.
Died: Augustus Dorsey, aged 66 years, father of Mrs. Grace Pitchlynn, died at her home last Friday morning about 3 o’clock. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church that evening. Interment at the Caddo Cemetery. Mr. Dorsey was well known in this country, formerly lived in Washington D. C. and had extensive property interests there. He had lots of friends and came here for his health. He was taken sick about a month ago with pneumonia, which quickly did its work. Condolences are extended to bereaved relatives.
Mrs. Edna Hill held her millinery opening Wednesday and it was indeed a most splendid affair. Hats of all shapes and sizes- every one a creation of loveliness. Of course the patterns all looked the livelier when on the head of the wearer. Mrs. Hill certainly can feel satisfied in the success of her display.