The Caddo Herald
March 28, 1902
Ira L. Smith is putting down a rock sidewalk around his residence.
Supervisor Calvin Ballard was here Wednesday attending to school business.
Miss Nell M. Wakefield has gone to Lehigh to spend some time with friends.
Mrs. Ira L. Smith and Miss Santa Wright were Denison visitors Monday.
Miss Gem Wright, from Fort Worth, is visiting her sister, Miss Santa in Caddo.
C. A. Hancock, W. P. Ellis, and R. A. Riddels, have been out to their cattle herds this week.
Miss Effie Sherron, from Nida, spent part of the week in Caddo, the guest of Mrs. Edna Hogue.
Mrs. Patsy McDonald, from Durant, spent several days this week with her cousin, Miss Kina Turner.
Mrs. W. J. Leeper, from Denison, spent several days in Caddo, the guest of her brother, H. T. Chiles.
Mrs. E. W. Monroe left Wednesday to visit her parents in Honey Grove and will be absent several weeks.
Solomon J. Homer left yesterday for Tuskahoma to attend to business pertaining to the National Secretary’s office.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ainsworth and Mrs. W. N. Jones went to Sherman this week, visiting friends and relatives.
W. D. Harrison was a business visitor to Kiowa this week. He returned Wednesday after getting his cattle in good shape.
Jeff Roberts, from Sherman, was here several days last week, the guest of his brother, Barlow Roberts, of the Choctaw National Bank.
Randolph Roberts visited his brother.
L. M. Maurer was in town Tuesday.
Abe Mulkey will hold a series of meetings at Durant next week.
Mesdames C. A. Bilbo, C. A. Hancock, and Barlow Roberts spent Monday in Denison, guests of friends.
Marion Craig was up form Bells a few days this week, shaking hands with his old friends. We’re glad to learn he is in business for himself and doing well.
B. S. Ellis, Captain of the U. C. V. camp of this place, spent several days in Dallas last week arranging for accommodations for those of his party who will visit the reunion at Dallas in April.
Mrs. H. T. Chiles last Saturday evening entertained most delightfully at cards a large number of lady friends in honor of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Leeper. Dainty luncheon was served to the delighted guests.
Henry T. Chiles desires his name withdrawn from the list of Alderman Candidates, not caring to assume such responsibility in case of election.
Mrs. T. W. Hunter gave to the Caddo young people Wednesday night a most delightful social. A large crowd attended and all enjoyed themselves to the limit. Light dainty refreshments were served to the admiring guests and during the evening most excellent music was discoursed through the most happy assemblage.
Married: Mr. C. A. Rex, who has been operator for the Katy for some months, hied himself away last week and Tuesday, the 25th, he was married at Lexington, Missouri to Miss Adeline Katheryn Wilker, a most estimable young lady of that city. The happy young couple arrived in Caddo Wednesday and are at the Sims Hotel. Mr. Rex is a most exemplary young man and has made quite a number of friends in Caddo; the bride of his choice is a lovely young lady and the two have received many congratulations.