The Caddo Herald
March 23, 1900
T. J. Lauderdale of Bokchito was in the city this week on business.
Mesdames Ainsworth, Ahrens, and Tarpley visited Sherman, Texas, Thursday.
Mrs. R. R. Davis of Durant was visiting friends and relatives in Caddo Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown, from Bennington, visited the family of Dr. G. B. Green this week.
Dr. G. B. Green, Tom and Arthur Manning, visited Galveston this week to witness the naval display.
Durant has one case of smallpox. Dr. Long was called there last Sunday to examine a supposed case and reports it a genuine one.
Married: Mr. Price Hill and Mrs. John Petty were married by Rev. B. N. Hultsman at the home of Joe Droke in northwest Caddo Wednesday.
Varney and Savage have removed their stock of groceries into one of the new McCoy buildings next door to the post office.
The Caddo Musical Club will meet next Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Grayson. An interesting program has been prepared and it is desired that every member of the club be present.
Messrs. H. M. Dunlap, Barlow Roberts, Lon Lowe, W. H. Attaway, G.S. Cobb, and I.P. Smith have each purchased one of the lots belonging to D. McCoy, where his tank is, and will soon build six brick buildings thereon.
Arkansas Street will be opened 70-feet wide and Buffalo Street will be made 100-feet wide at that point. This will help the looks of that part of town immensely and open the way for further improvement of the street.