The Caddo Herald
November 15, 1901
Mrs. James Yarbrough was up from Durant this week to visit her mother Mrs. C. A. Bates.
Bert Smith has accepted a position with the up to date grocery of Amos K. Bass.
Mrs. Matilda Manning has returned from an extended visit to friends and relatives at Ardmore and Purcell.
Mesdames N. B. Cartis of Alvie, Texas and Lee Whitney of Hereford, Texas are visiting Mrs. J. M. Goddard.
John and Oscar Bloom were players in the Muskogee football team here last Friday. They are Caddo boys and played a good game of ball.
Mesdames Parker and Gardner and Misses Clark, Gardner and Folsom were witnesses of the football game last Friday, from Academy.
Miss Della Crumpecker, after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Monroe, returned to her home at Honey Grove Thursday morning.
The Armstrong Academy has purchased a Remington typewriter of the latest model and will add stenography and typewriting to the course of study.
Mrs. Samuel Walker and three daughters arrived in Caddo yesterday from Lehigh. Mr. Walker recently purchased the Droke Grocery stock and we gladly welcome his family as residents of Caddo.
Messrs. J. J. Ewing, S. Sharpe, E. W. Corley, Will Hill, and E. W. Monroe and Mesdames Hill and Monroe and Misses Della Crumpecker, Annie Sullivan, and Elnora Cooper spent Sunday most delightfully on Blue.
A box supper will be given at the Ward school house, five miles north of town next Friday night, November 22nd. The proceeds will go toward building a church in the community.
City Marshal Jackson made a raid on a gaming party Saturday night and captured six of the pursuers of chance.
The Music Club met with Mrs. C. A. Bilbo last Saturday with a large attendance and a number of visitors. Among the visitors were Mrs. W. H. Ainsworth, Ida Folsom, Mesdames N. B. Curtis, and Lee Whitney. The club will meet with Mrs. J. M. Goddard next Saturday week.
Prof. S. L. Morley, from Armstrong Academy, was here Tuesday and made arrangements with the Fair Association by which a great game of football will be played Saturday evening at the fairgrounds during the fair.
Rev. J. A. Trickey, who last year was pastor of the Caddo and Atoka charges of the Methodist Church, was sent by the late conference to the Caddo charge, this place having been made a station to itself. Rev. Trickey moved his family here from Atoka last week and has taken charge of the work.