The Bryan County Democrat
November 27, 1908
Caddo News, from the Herald
Some seventeen boys between the ages of ten and fifteen years have organized a Boys’ Christian Association in Caddo, having for its purpose the general uplifting of themselves, furnishing innocent amusement, and mental development.
Printer Arnold has purchased the City Café and is now conducting it.
St. Clair Homer is in the contest for the pony and cart given away by the Bryan County Democrat. His friends carried him to success in two previous contests and he solicits their support in this one. (Photo of pony and cart in issue, but too dark to copy.)
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Folsom are moving to their new home four miles east of town.
Rev. R. C. Alexander occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church both morning and evening.
The members of the Senior Epworth league gave a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crossett last Friday night.
Mr. Thomas Presnoll, an experienced hotel man of Fort Worth, assumed control of the Moon Hotel Sunday.
Miss Clara Phillips came down from Caney Saturday to visit the home folks, returning Monday.
The total amount of corn weighed on the Swift Scales in Caddo since Sept. 1st is 72,616 bushels, and there is quite a bit yet to be gathered. The good corn price helps to make up for the short cotton and the low rice of what is raised.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carraway, Mesdames J. K. Bass, and H. T. Styron, Miss Ella Smith, Messrs. H. Edwards, J. E. Bass, Milton Tanner, H. E. Bass, Jas. Hudspeth, and Roy Riddels were among those from Caddo who saw Ben Hur at McAlester this week.
Rev. H. B. Vaught left Wednesday morning for Spiro, his appointment for the coming year.