The Caddo Herald
July 11, 1902
Mrs. W. T. Smith and children from Caddo spent Sunday among friends in Bennington.
Miss Olive Hubert, of Durant, is spending the week in Caddo, the guest of Misses Walker.
H. T. Ahrens and family have moved to Denison and will make that their future home.
Miss Mande King from Honey Grove, Texas is visiting Mrs. T. W. Hunter in Caddo this week.
Mrs. E. W. Monroe has returned from a visit to her relatives in Honey Grove and Celeste, Texas.
Mrs. E. J. Bivens, from Montague, Texas, visited her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Kellar in Caddo last week.
Mrs. Mike Conlan and little daughter, from Atoka, visited in Caddo this week, the guests of Mrs. T. W. Hunter.
Dr. N. J. Hamilton was in town Wednesday from Bokchito enroute to the bedside of his mother in Kentucky.
Edward Bennett and sister from Whitewright are visiting in Caddo this week, the guests of H. M Dunlap.
Mrs. Ed McGinnis, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, is visiting in Caddo this week, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Russell.
Messrs. Ed and Charles Ellis have opened a livery stable on Arkansas Avenue near Leeper & Chiles lumber yard.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollinsworth and Miss Florence Clark, from Denison, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutchfield this week.
John and Oscar Bloom have returned from attending the Kendall College at Muskogee.
E. Jeff Roberts, from Sherman, spent several days in Caddo this week, the guest of his brother Barlow and a number of friends.
D. McCoy, J. L. C. Pate, A. E. Folsom, and A. B. Rutherford returned Tuesday from a five day trip to Boggy hunting and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mayes, from Kansas City, arrived in Caddo Monday evening and are visiting their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles.
Messrs. Thompson and Bartlett, from New Bokchito, were in Caddo Wednesday enroute to Muskogee to confer with the Dawes Commission in reference to the townsite at that place.
The people of Bennington will give a farewell picnic at Old Bennington Tuesday, July 22…at the grounds 1 ½ miles north of the new town.