The Caddo Herald
December 5, 1902
W. R. Smith was here from Roberta last Friday.
Dr. LeRoy Long attended the meeting of the Indian Territory Medical Association at Muskogee this week.
Mrs. W. J. Leeper, from Denison, spent several days here last week, the guest of her brother, H. T. Chiles.
Misses Fannie Lyle and Dora McArthur spent Thanksgiving with home folks. They returned to their place of work Monday.
Marion T. Craig, from Bells, Texas, spent a couple of days with relatives in Caddo this week. He has sold out his grocery business there, but will soon reenter it.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hamer, Miss Florence Strickland and W. H. Attaway were attendants at the Durant Academy football game at Durant last Friday. They were glad Armstrong won the game.
A letter came to us from A. C. Markham, who is now at Kemp, Texas, requesting us to send him the Herald. He is now doing well in his new home.
Thanksgiving Day Messrs. Barlow Roberts, LeRoy Long, H. M. Dunlap, J. V. Hardin, H. Edwards, O. R. Nicholson, and Charles E. McPherren went to Durant to a meeting of the Elks Lodge.
W. T. Askew, who lives at Folsom, has recently returned from a visit to relatives in west Tennessee. He was in town last Saturday and was telling us what the recent floods did for him. He is now minus several fences besides several hundred new rails. His place was on Blue River and the stream reached the uplands entirely submerging the lowland bottoms.
George Russell, who for the past six months has held a position with The Herald, has resigned to take charge of the Bon Ton Bakery. For the present Mr. E. B. Wallace of Cullman, Alabama is holding the position at the Herald office so vacated.
Rev. J. D. Wagner performed the marriage ceremony for a young couple at the Sims Hotel Wednesday evening. Guests of the hotel were witnesses. The names could not be secured.
Born: A 9-lb. girl arrived at the home of P. W. Arnold Wednesday evening. Mother, child and father are doing well.
Dead: Mrs. Cornelius Hayes, daughter of C. M. Armby, died at their home east of town Tuesday. She leaves a husband and child and many relatives to mourn her loss.
Dead: Jim Phillips died last week in the federal jail at Atoka, of typhoid fever. He was arrested near Wapanucka and had only been in jail a few days. All efforts to locate his relatives proved unavailing.