The Caddo Herald
April 20, 1900
R. D. Betts, who formerly lived near Caddo, but now of Atoka, was in the city this week.
Jack Yale, a former student of Armstrong Academy, was in Caddo this week from Goodland.
The Caddo Musical Club will meet at Mrs. Leflore’s instead of Mrs. Lawrence’s tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Carnes Addington, from Wapanucka, was a guest a few days in Caddo this week of Mrs. Ira Smith.
Miss Florence Payne, from Lone Oak, Texas, is spending several weeks with her cousin, Miss Eddie Payne.
Miss Mary Dobson, who has been visiting the family of her brother, J. H. Dobson, returned to Bloomfield Academy Wednesday.
Dr. Long has had connections with the long distance telephone put into his residence and office. The bank will also put in connections.
Miss Annie Edwards entertained a party of friends at euchre at the home of H. M. Dunlap Monday night. An enjoyable time was had by all.
Miss Annie Edwards, to the regret of her many friends, has returned to her home in Sherman, after a visit of several weeks to her brother in Caddo.
E. J. Ball and his little daughter, Nora, and Miss India Lindsay, of Wapanucka, were in the city Monday. Mr. Ball was enroute to Sherman, Texas.
Dr. Miller, in having his well dug, had the good fortune to strike three good streams of water, furnishing aplenty for all purposes. The well is 16 feet deep and more than half full of water.
Messrs Chiles, Edwards, Roberts, Bouton, Grayson, Tom and Arthur Manning, and Misses Lyle, Lawrence, Vivian and Ethel Nail, Rathbun Thompson and Mesdames Bilbo and Manning, attended the Old Fiddlers contest at Durant last Saturday night. They enjoyed the contest and the hospitality of Durant people.
The Shakespearian club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. McPherren last Saturday night. The club is now reading Hamlet and quite an interest was taken.