The Caddo Herald
March 22, 1901
Jim Abney left last week for a visit to relatives in Mississippi.
Mr. Seaman and family moved this week to Coalgate. He was formerly agent at this place.
Edgar Lyle is putting up another cottage on his lots in west Caddo.
Barlow Roberts is building two neat cottages in the northwest part of town.
W. P. Ellis Tuesday sold to J. N. Hall of Emet, two of his fine red heifers for $150.
Sam Maytubby, our popular and efficient postmaster, visited South McAlester Thursday.
James Sims has bought an interest in a restaurant at Durant and left this week to take charge.
Judge G. W. Walters arrived Monday from San Saba, Texas. He attended to business while there.
Dr. J. P. Hanna, from Boggy Depot, was in town Tuesday.
J. F. Lamb sold quite a large bill of furniture to L. G. Vale of Atoka Wednesday.
Work on H. T. Ahren’s new residence is going on and when finished it will be one of the finest in Caddo.
This week J. C. Hampton is moving his iron building from south Main Street to his new lots on west Buffalo Street.
A. A. Rockwell, who has been here for a week or more attending to business interests, returned Friday to his home at Albany, Texas.
L. A. Morris and family left Monday for Lehigh where they will make their future home. Mr. Morris was a good citizen and we regret to lose him.
Miss Mary Hotchkis arrived home this week from her school near South McAlester and visited a while in Caddo.
Miss Ravencraft arrived Monday from St. Louis and has taken charge of the millinery department of W. J. Moon’s.
Prof. A. A. Faulk of Wapanucka was in town Saturday. He is a brother of the Hon. Faulk at Athens, Texas, and we were very glad to meet him. He informs us his school closed temporarily on account of the smallpox and for some time he will be located at Jessie.