The Caddo Herald
June 13, 1902
Mrs. E. W. Monroe has been severely ill at her home the past week or two but is some better now.
C. A. Bilbo has returned from a month’s trip to his ranch at Albion, I. T. He has been attending his cattle.
Dr. Green and W. D. Harrison have returned from a business trip to Kiowa. They were looking after their cattle interests.
Amos K. Bass has placed a new set of Fairbanks wagon scales on North Main Street. It is ready for any public business.
Messrs John Droke and J. N. Dupree and families spent part of this week on Boggy fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ham of Caney spent a day or two in Caddo this week visiting Mrs. Ham’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hauer
Mrs. D. B. Williams and children, Pickney and Sadie, returned Monday from a trip to visit relatives in Denison and Sherman.
Mrs. E. B. Lyle was called to the bed side of her father at Detroit, Texas last Friday. He and Miss Dora McArthur left Saturday for that place.
J. T. Jackson, Will Maxell, J. F. Lamb, Roy Riddles, and Charles Ellis accompanied shipment of cattle to St. Louis markets this week from Caddo.
The salary of Caddo postmaster has been raised again; this time from $1,100 to $1,300 a year- the result of the increased business of the office and the efficiency of the postmaster.
C. W. Edens was in from Bokchito Tuesday. He reports his town building up right along; says he has sold out his general merchandise business and is now farming.
Amos K. Bass bought the first lot of new hay marketed in Caddo this season and paid $7 per ton for it.
Hons. S. J. Homer, Bud Maytubby, and R. C. Freeney represented Caddo and Blue County at the Tuskahoma Thursday.
The Caddo Camp #79 W. O. W. will unveil the monument of T. P. Gragg Sunday evening June 22, at the Caddo cemetery at 4 o’clock.