The Caddo Herald
March 7, 1902
Rev. J. W. B. Lloyd of Bennington was in town Wednesday.
Little Lee Hancock has been quite sick but is better at present.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Corley have rented the Markham house and have moved there.
P. W. Arnold was taken seriously ill Monday night but is now doing better we learn.
T. W. Hunter was here several days this week during a lull in townsite work.
Robert Frazier was here Monday from Bokchito enroute to attend the Academy at Atoka.
Mrs. Wilson N. Jones was a guest of Mrs. W. H. Ainsworth in Caddo Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Myrtle Farrington spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Durant. She was accompanied home by Bert Farmer.
Married: Frank Fitzer and Mrs. Rebecka Draper were married Monday evening by Rev. Trickey at the Methodist parsonage. Congratulations.
Mrs. J. W. Pegg, after spending several weeks pleasantly with the family of J. B. Lyle, left last Friday for Holdenville where she will make her home with her son.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutchfield have returned from their honeymoon and are at home at the Manning residence.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCoy and children spent most of last week with relatives and friends in Sherman. They had attended the funeral of his mother, returning home Monday.
J. H. Ford, from Venus, Texas, spent several days this week with his friend, J. E. Cosgroves in Caddo. He is prospecting and thinks of locating here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lyle and baby of Detroit, Texas, arrived Wednesday afternoon and expect to make Caddo their future home.
Peter Bloom has moved his blacksmith shop to the new brick building on North Arkansas Street and when he gets all straightened up he will have the best equipped shop in the territory. As yet he has only two forges ready.
Misses Walker entertained delightfully last Thursday evening quite a number of their friends of the Caddo young people. Games and conversation were indulged in to a late hour and a good time was had by all participating.