The Bryan County Democrat
March 27, 1908
Caddo News, from the Herald
Jim Hudspeth went to Durant Monday on business.
Presiding Elder Thompson was here form McAlester last Sunday.
Attorney William Semple attended County Court at Durant last Monday.
Miss Dorothy Lowe of Durant visited friends in Caddo this week.
Hon. J. T. McIntosh, County Attorney of Bryan County, was in Caddo one day this week.
J. M. Boxley and Mrs. F. E. McPherren visited the family of Charles E. McPherren in Durant last Tuesday.
Last Saturday the young people of Caddo enjoyed a surprise party at the home of Miss Phyllis Hancock.
Rev. Liddell is moving his family to Caddo and will become a permanent resident.
L. Crossman, who came here with the Dixie Carnival Company last week, was arrested Friday by local officers on a charge of running a lottery. He was carried to Durant and placed in the county jail. Monday morning he appeared before Judge Phillips and pled guilty, whereupon Judge Phillips handed him a neatly tied package representing a fine of $75 and all costs and the cost amount to considerable. He paid and was released.