The Caddo Herald
July 14, 1899
Mrs. A. B. McCoy is visiting Sherman, Texas this week.
Dr. Leroy Long made a business trip to Denison Wednesday.
Judge G. W. Walters made a business trip to Texas this week.
J. M. Moody of Wapanucka was in Caddo Saturday on business.
Mrs. M. A. Gilmore went to Weston, Texas Saturday on business.
W. J. Damron and F. E. Armstrong, of Silo, were in Caddo Monday on business.
Misses Nannie Lawrence and Ida Folsom were visiting in Atoka this week.
Rev. C. J. Ralston preached at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning and at night.
Dr. A. C. Crank, of St. Louis, Missouri, has located in Caddo for the purpose of practicing medicine.
J. C. Hampton carried two car loads of cattle to Kansas City last Friday. He returned home Monday.
Mrs. Jessie Terry, who has been visiting her parents in Van Alstyne, Texas, returned home Monday.
Mrs. J. S. Hotchkin, of Durant, who has been visiting her brother, C. A. Semple, returned home Saturday.
E. T. Hamer has commenced the erection of a business house on west Buffalo Street. It will be 25x100 feet.
Charles Hill left home Saturday for Amarillo and other point in Texas. He will probably be absent several weeks.
Messrs Leeper and Chiles are erecting a granary near the stock yards, which will be a great convenience to our town and country.
Fred Davis, who was cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank, has accepted a position with the National Bank of Durant.