The Caddo Herald
December 13, 1901
H. T. Ahrens is building a frame store room on his East Buffalo Street lot.
Mr. and Mrs. McCurty, from Durant, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. R. B. McBee.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, from Quanah, Texas are visiting their daughter, Mrs. I. G. Abney.
W. M. Parks is building a two-room addition to his residence on West Buffalo Street.
Prof. Preston was here form Preston City Saturday.
A sock social was given at the home of G. A. Pate last Friday night.
W. M. Parks has purchased 100 feet on Main Street from C. A. Bilbo, consideration being $2,200.
W. E. Guess moved his traction engine to Caney last week and will assist in sawing rough lumber.
Mrs. R. L. Allen and daughter are visiting relatives inn Bells and other north Texas towns this week.
Miss Santa Wright went to visit friends at Whitewright last Thursday. She returned to Caddo Tuesday.
John Walker arrived Monday from Lehigh and joined his folks here. He is the son of Samuel Walker, our grocery man.
Mrs. J. C. Parker, who has been attending the bedside of her mother at Durant, returned home Wednesday accompanied by her mother who is yet very ill.
Carl Y. Semple was here from Coalgate Tuesday attending to business. Carl is an old Caddo boy and his friends here are glad to see him occasionally.
S. N. B. Williams, who for some time has been a substantial farer living at Nida, left last week to return to Texas.
There will be a box supper at the Old Bennington School house Friday night, December 20th for the benefit of said school house.
A number of couples of young people gathered at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hill Wednesday night and at once began to enjoy themselves.
R. D. Morrison and family from Hunt County, Texas, have arrived in Caddo and will make their home near here. Mr. Morrison is a prosperous substantial farmer, the kind that make good citizens in any county.
Died: Mrs. J. B. Walker, aged 84 years, died last Saturday evening and was buried Sunday. It will be remember her aged husband died Thanksgiving Day and she not long survived him. Every attention was paid by neighbors and friends.
H. W. Grant has moved out here from Kentucky. His relative, Mr. Honchia, living near Blue, had sent him The Caddo Herald for some time and through it he learned much of this country and decided to come out. He is a welcome addition to the citizenships of the country.
Last Friday noon, while attempting to eject a smaller loaded shell from his shotgun with a rod, the shell exploded driving the rod through the flesh between the thumb and forefinger of Mr. J. F. Lamb’s right hand then through the ceiling of his kitchen. Several shots also took effect in his hand. The wound was a painful one though it will not prove dangerous.Married: Mr. J. W. Tigert and Mrs. Annie Arnette were married in the store of Arnold & Attaway Tuesday evening in the presence of quite a crowd of curious onlookers, Rev. Forest Maddox officiating. The young people were not abashed by them however so the knot was tied. Rev. Maddox then asked if there were others in the crowed who wished to be married. None responded