The Caddo Herald
July 7, 1899
Judge Freeney held court last Monday.
L. W. Frazier visited Denison last Monday.
Sam Heath went to Palestine, Texas on the 4th.
Ben Brewer spent the 4th in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Robert Horn returned from Savoy, Texas Wednesday.
Ira L. Smith made a pleasure trip to Ardmore Monday.
Mrs. W. H. Rodgers, with her children, visited Cale on the 4th.
Mrs. J. M. Estes visited relatives in Sherman, Texas on the 3rd.
G. S. Cobb made a business trip to Rockwall, Texas this week.
L. M. Maurer of Boggy Depot was in Caddo Monday on business.
R. L. Pace, of Bennington, was in Caddo Wednesday on business.
Misses Delia Moman and Bell Marshal went to Durant to take in the 4th.
Robert Horn, builder and contractor, visited his family in Savoy, Texas Monday.
Lake Brewer bought 100 head of yearlings and two year olds from R. J. Norris in the eastern part of the nation.
W. F. Dodd has gone to Savoy, Texas, his old home, to visit friends and relatives.
R. L. Williams, W. A. Durant, and A. C. Risner, of Durant were in Caddo Monday.
Mrs. W. F. Dodd, who has been visiting in Savoy, Texas, returned home Wednesday.
T. L. Chisholm, contractor and builder, removed to Sherman, Texas with his family Thursday.
W. T. Smith’s rock store building is nearing completion and will in a few days be ready for use.
Rev. A. Frank Ross of Durant will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday at 11 o’clock and also at night.
Mrs. Jessie Terry, with her two little sons, Jessie and Norman, is visiting her parent is Van Alstyne, Texas.
Mrs. A. C. Joyce and Miss Grace Cooper visited Caddo Mills, Texas last Sunday. Mrs. Joyce returned home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Howard, of Irene, Texas, came in on #2 enroute to Ego on a visit to their son-in-law, R. H. Addison.
Mrs. A. R. Griffin, of El Dorado, Arkansas, a niece of W. H. Ainsworth, accompanied by her son-in-law, J. J. Sheppard, is in Caddo this week.
Mr. Williams sold his dwelling house on Bois D’Arc Street to G. W. Phillips for $335 and Mrs. Phillips sold to Mr. Payne for $350.
W. J. Moon will in a few days be ready to occupy his 50x100 foot brick building and has commenced work on another building of the same size which will be built of brick.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Nail, C. A. Manning, Misses Vivia and Ethel Nail, Dick Grayson and Will Bonton are sojourning at the Sulphur Springs in the Chickasaw Nation.
Quite a crowd of young men and their girls went out into the country last Sunday afternoon to witness a game of ball between the Tigers and the Freeney Cowpens. The former won by a score of 20 to 4.
All parties who have signed bonds given to obtain marriage licenses and those intending to be united in wedlock will have to affix a 50 cent revenue stamp to same or be liable to a fine of not more than $100 for failing to do so.
On Friday, July 14th, the citizens of Jackson will give a basket picnic. They have made arrangements to secure sever noted speakers. Dancing and amusement of all kinds will be provided to enable you to spend a pleasant day. Cold drinks will be found in abundance on the grounds.
The Choctaw and Chickasaw Singing convention will meet at Rock Creek five miles west of Boggy on the 14, 15, and 16th of July. Prof. W. W. Ramsey and other good leaders will be in attendance. G. H. J. Robertson, President
The Caddo second nine, the Tigers, went down to Durant last Friday to show the second nine of that burg that they know how to play ball, even if they did live in the “sticks” as the Durant boys were kind enough to inform them. The score stood 25 to 40 in favor of Caddo.
Charles Vivian, little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harris, aged 1 year and 13 days, passed away July 1, 1899. It is hard for the parent sot give up their precious little one. Words fail to give comfort and consolation but that which gives comfort and consolation is the realization that their sweet little boy is at home and that its home is Heaven.