The Bryan County Democrat
June 26, 1908
Caddo News, from the Herald
Mrs. J. K. Bass is visiting her mother at Clifton, Texas.
Miss Myrtle McClure, of Bokchito, is visiting friends in the city.
Master William Bilbo has returned from a visit to relatives at Ardmore.
A. F. Manning spent a couple of days in Sherman this week.
A. B. McGregor, from Holland, Texas, is here on a visit to his brother Dr. C. T. McGregor.
Miss Joe Leflore, of Atoka, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Goddard this week.
Mrs. A. F. Rutherford returned home Sunday from an extended visit to relatives at Honey Grove, Texas.
Miss Olga Phillips, who is attending the Normal at Durant, spent last Saturday and Sunday at home.
Mrs. Hardin returned Tuesday to her home in Houston, Texas after a visit of several weeks to her sister, Mrs. J. L. Rappolee.
Died: Joseph Foster, aged 19 years, after a lingering illness from Typhoid fever, died Wednesday at the home of his parents at Voca.
Mrs. J. H. Doxee and daughter, Miss Eunice, left Sunday for Chicago to visit Mrs. Doxee’s mother. They will be gone all summer.
Walter Morris left Tuesday for St. Louis, where he will attend the nuptials of his brother, Lon A. Morris, which will occur today, Thursday.
Miss Beatrice Ray returned Sunday from Little Rock, Arkansas where she has been the past few weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. P. H. Boxley.
R. L. Council and family left Thursday for Boonville, Arkansas and will make that place their future home. They have many friends here who regret very much to see them leave.
Last Saturday afternoon Misses Ethel Cobb and Clara Petty, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Cobb, entertained a number of young ladies of Caddo at “42” in honor of Miss Joe Leflore of Atoka. Those present were Misses LeFlore, Hall, Clinkscales, Travis, Slack, Maytubby, Petty, and Cobb.