The Caddo Herald
December 20, 1901
Miss Pearl Russell spent Friday with Miss Ada Bradley in Caney.
W. G. Wiseman and son, Girda, from Wills Point, Texas are visiting Mrs. G. Miller.
J. V. Harden left Wednesday to spend part of the holidays with home folks at Amarillo, Texas.
Miss Birdie Carroll came in Monday from Tuskahoma to spend the holidays with home folks.
Died: The infant child of Carl Drake died Sunday evening and was buried in the Caddo Cemetery Monday.
Miss Maggie Lee Bass returned home Wednesday from a three months’ visit to relatives at Shreveport, Louisiana.
R. A. Riddle received about seventy hogs from Wapanucka Wednesday.
Mrs. Duster and daughter from Wolfe City, Texas, returned home Wednesday after a visit of a week with their cousin, Ira L. Smith.
Bud Maytubby, who for the past month or so has been an Indian Policeman on the Rock Island Railroad, has been given a leave of absence for the holidays, which he is now spending among his Blue County friends.
The Presbyterian Church Sunday School will give a Christmas tree at the church Christmas Eve night.
Married: E. W. Corley left last Friday for his old home at Timpson, Texas to visit and on Wednesday evening was there married to Miss Lillie Brown of that place. Mr. Corley is a most excellent young man, is the junior member of the firm of Monroe & Corley, who during his residence here has made many friends who wish them all the happiness this life affords. They will arrive in Caddo this evening and will make their home here.