The Caddo Herald
April 27, 1900
A.G. McAdams, from Wylie, Texas, made a visit to Henry Chiles in Caddo Wednesday.
James Savage made a visit to his homefolks at Bells, Texas last Friday, returning Monday.
W.J. Moon and wife and son, Oscar, spent two days on Boggy this week, fishing and hunting.
W.S. Slaton of the new firm of Lightfoot & Slaton, of Bennington, was in the city Tuesday on business.
Mrs. John Ellison of Cannon, Texas, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. S. Cobb, returned home Thursday.
Ex-governor W. N. Jones and W. H. Ainsworth went to Sherman, Texas, Wednesday on a business and pleasure trip.
M.T. Craig has purchased the interest of Charles Varney in the firm of Varney & Savage.
Married: Mr. John Wolf of Durant and Mrs. Maggie Bennett of this place, were married at the home of the bride’s father, Dad Woodward Monday. Rev. B. N. Hultsman officiating.
The Shakespeare Club met with Mrs. Ahrens last Saturday night. Tomorrow night it will meet with Miss Rathbun. Subject: Scene 111, Act 3 of Hamlet.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ater, who formerly taught school in our city, have decided to return and make this their future home. Their many friends will gladly welcome them back to Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Orr, of Denison, Texas, who have been visiting the family of their brother-in-law, Joseph Heydler, returned home Tuesday. Mr. Orr is express messenger on the M.K.& T. Railroad from Denison to Galveston.
The City Council met in an adjourned session Wednesday night and elected Frank Pitchford Street Commissioner and Dad Woodward scavenger. The bonds of John Jackson as Marshal and Collector were accepted and he was sworn in as such.