The Caddo Banner
March 23, 1894
Last week Mr. Morgan and Mr. Price were induced to lay in a good supply of country butter, which they purchased from a guileless farmer from Caddo. It looked pretty white and colorless, which the farmer claimed was because the cows were fresh. They paid 25 cents per pound and when they undertook to eat it found it tallow and could not use a morsel. This is a curious world and that Caddo farmer ought to be slain with the jawbone of an ass. Coalgate Nonpariel
Schenck of Caddo should be thankful to Providence and Agent Wisdom that he is allowed to be on earth. Ardmore State Herald You are mistaken in the person Bro. Mac. It is the High Mulky Mulk Green McCurtain we owe our existence. Last fall he swore from the mountain tops that he would wipe the ground up with us on first sight, and when we saw him here the other day we felt the cold chills run up our back. He left, we still live and are now a strong believer in the old adage that a great(?) mind do change. (Editor Schenck)
Our city is very indignant over the manner in which Deputy Sorrel came down and arrested one of our citizens on a frivolous charge and took him off to Atoka handcuffed to a negro. It seems that the outside marshals could find plenty of work to do in their own neighborhood and leave the work here for our own marshals.