The Caddo Herald
February 7, 1902
Byron Carroll left Monday to enter Jones Academy.
Little Leroy Long is up from a severe sick spell.
Miss Ina Richards spent a few days in town this week with friends.
We are glad to note that the little boy of A. J. Vaughn is able to be up.
Ira Smith was a Dallas visitor Sunday. Mrs. Smith accompanied him home.
George Russell came in from Atoka Saturday and has accepted a position with The Herald.
Rev. Will Downing of Ardmore is carrying on a revival at the Baptist Church.
C. A. Bilbo and son returned from his ranch in the Potato Hill Mountains near Talihina on Tuesday.
Carroll Booker’s small pony died this week. We’re sorry in the little fellow’s loss, for a boy loves a horse better than anything.
Co. Howard was here Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Howard, who died at Durant last week and was buried here Sunday. (can’t locate a cemetery listing for him)
Mrs. S. E. Lockett and Mrs. Minnie Greensanbeck from Bastrop, Texas, are spending some time with their brother, W. E. Thedin in Caddo.
James W. Standley has purchased an interest in the barber shop of J. W. Mullins and now holds down one chair.
The following pupils in the 2nd and 3rd grades of the public school, by their examinations, were entitled to places on the honor roll: Altha Ellis, Phyllis Hancock, Clarence McCoy, Annie Smith, Blanche Woodward. Ita Wallace, teacher
A. S. Rutherford & Company, who recently purchased the brick business house of Dunlap, Roberts & Co. have come here and are now getting their stock of goods put up. Mr. Rutherford and family are form Honey Grove and are fine business people. His family is now occupying the Dr. Long residence, formerly occupied by W. L. Harris on Buffalo Street.