The Caddo Oklahoma Star
Friday, November 6, 1874
We learn that a bill was introduced in the Choctaw Council and passed the Senate, indicating a punishment of two hundred lashes on the bare back of any white man who should marry in this country without having remained her the time prescribed by law- two years- or who should evade the law by eloping with his lady love to an adjoining state or territory and having the knot tied beyond our limits.
Thursday, October 29, 1874 at Bayler & Frankenburger’s store, Richards Station, by Judge G. W. Thompson: Mr. B. P. Tucker to Mrs. Sallie Lucas.
Thursday evening, October 29, 1874 at the residence of W. W. Richards, by Judge G. W. Thompson: Mr. John Lacey to Mrs. Sophia Waller.
A few days ago while a sister of Timothy Dwight was at church her house and its entire contents were consumed by fire.
We hope Ben Carter will soon have his mill running for it does seem we are to get not lumber till then.
U. M. Cooper, our photographer man, returned yesterday from the Academy where he has been taking pictures.