The Caddo Herald
October 25, 1901
Dan Smith attended lodge here Monday night. He is now living at Roberta.
Charles P. Smith was here from Wade Tuesday.
Prof. Preston was here from Caney last Saturday. He reports his school flourishing.
The brick work commenced Monday on W. P. Wood’s new store building in the burned district.
Abney & Allen have a new delivery wagon with which they deliver free all goods purchased of them.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Markham have gone to housekeeping in the W. G. Ward residence in the northern part of town.
Mrs. Ira L. Smith returned Wednesday from a visit to friends at Clarksville, Detroit, and other north Texas points.
Henry Penn, who for a long time has been day operator at Caddo, has gone to Monticello, Georgia, where he had a better position.
Died: The fourteen month old child of J. R. Wideman died yesterday morning of pneumonia. Funeral services were held yesterday evening.
H. T. Chiles has moved the Henderson residence to his lot east of the Methodist Church and we learn will in the near future erect a beautiful home on the lot vacated.
The new baby grand piano purchased by C. A. Hancock in Dallas two weeks ago arrived here last week. It is a very fine instrument and has been placed in his home.
Mrs. C. P. Abbott and two children arrived in Caddo Wednesday from South McAlester and will make their home here. Mr. Abbott is principal of the Caddo Public schools.
Miss Jennie Allen, from Leonard, Texas, spent several days this week in Caddo, the guest of her brother, R. L. Allen and friend, Miss Ina May Kelley. She returned home Tuesday.
Loring W. Frazier was appointed by Gov. Dukes as Representative of Blue County, vice T. W. Hunter resigned.
Miss Eunice Scratch and Mr. Haines will come from Atoka today to take part in the entertainment tonight. Both are accomplished musicians and will add greatly to the elegance of the entertainment.
The three new brick buildings of Dunlap & Roberts east of the bank are nearing completion. Two are one story and the middle one is two-story. The latter will be fitted upstairs with offices.
W. F. Dodd visited Savoy, Texas Sunday. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Dodd who has visited relatives there some three weeks and by his sister Miss Anna Dodd, who will spend some time visiting them in Caddo.
Samuel Walker has purchased the stock of groceries of L. E. Droke & company.
Dr. T. K. Province has arrived in Caddo and is now with Dr. Miller in the practice of dentistry.
The Caddo Music club will give an entertainment at the Presbyterian Church tonight. The proceeds are to go toward the purchase of a library.
T. W. Hunter was appointed Tuesday by Gov. Dukes to be Townsite Commissioner for the Choctaw Nation to succeed B. S. Smiser, resigned.
Married: B. L. Francis was here from Owl, I.T. Wednesday. He reports a double wedding at the place at the residence of Mr. Cox last Sunday when Mr. Self and Miss Cox, and Mr. Garrett and Miss Self were married.