The Caddo Herald
August 24, 1900
Miss Kate Dabney, of Bonham, spent the week in the city, the guest of Miss Fannie Lyle.
Mrs. H. T. Ahrens left Thursday for St. Louis. Her many friends regret to part with her.
Miss Bessie Floyd, of Lone Oak, Texas, who has been visiting Mrs. E. T. Hamer, returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Matthews, of Jackson, were here this week to meet friends expected on the train.
Mrs. O. R. Nance left Friday for Texas. She will visit relatives in Trenton, Greenville, and Lone Oak.
Mrs. Laura Terry, who went to Wagoner to represent the Eastern Star Lodge of Caddo, returned Friday.
Died: J. M. Martin and Mrs. Walker, mother of D. Walker who lives near Bokchito, died this week. Both advanced in years.
W. A. White, living near Folsom, brought in the first bale of new cotton Wednesday from which he realized $61.89.
Miss Rhab Beaird and sister, Mrs. R. L. Simmons, who have been visiting the family of D. O. Beaird, left Friday for Lone Oak, Texas.
Miss Pearl Folsom, of Ardmore, spent several days in the city this week, the guest of her aunt Mrs. W. H. Bates, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joyce delightful entertained a party of young people last Saturday night at cards, watermelon, and cake in honor of Miss Kate Dabney.
T. M. Potts and family, consisting of sixteen persons, from western Grove, Arkansas, were here this week enroute to Colorado County, Texas, seeking a health resort.
Elder G. W. Gann, of Hunt County, Texas, held a protracted meeting near Blue Tank, five miles south of Caddo, the last two weeks, which resulted in twelve conversions and baptisms.
Our young people gave a delightful social hop at the McCoy Iron building Monday night in honor of Miss Pearl Folsom of Ardmore. A good number were present and all report a good time.