The Caddo Herald
March 31, 1899
Notice: All citizens of Blue County who have non-citizens in their employ must make applications for permits or they will be prosecuted as the law directs. All non-citizens following occupations in which permit is required must take out the same or they will be reported as intruders. Citizens are required to take up all permits by the 1st of July, 1899 or they will be prosecuted as the law directs. R. C. Freeny, County and Probate Judge, Blue County, I. T.
Died: Mrs. W. H. Lawrence died suddenly at her home in Durant on Thursday of last week.
Attorney G. A. Pate was in Caddo Sunday.
Frank Plato of Chickasha, I. T. was in Caddo Saturday.
W. P. Ellis made a business trip to Denison Monday.
W. D. Harrison made a business trip to Denison Monday.
Mrs. W. E. Douglas of Durant has been in Caddo this week.
Dr. J. Rhea, a dentist from Durant, has been in Caddo this week.
Miss May Smith is visiting relatives and friends in Denison, Texas.
Rufus Rose, postmaster at Boggy Depot, was in Caddo on business Wednesday.
W. L. Poole, the Democratic nominee for Mayor of Durant, was in Caddo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lyle of Detroit, Texas are visiting the family of Capt. J. B. Lyle.
Ben Brewer, a prominent cattleman, returned from a business trip to Denison Wednesday.
J. H. Robinson of Sedalia, Missouri, representing the railroad insurance company has been in Caddo this week.
Miss Gertrude Best of Nashville, Tennessee, is in Caddo. She says she likes Caddo and will probably make it her future home.
National Secretary Homer, Senator W. G. Ward, and Representatives T. E. Folsom and M. E. Robinson returned home Sunday.
F. G. Harvey late of Denison, has rented the store building of George Ahrens opposite the Nail Hotel and put in a stock of family groceries.
A. W. Folsom and family of Bennington, passed through Caddo Thursday enroute to Emet where they will visit the family of J. Q. Adams.