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Bryan County Democrat
August 7, 1908
Editor Becomes a Benedict
Knight of Quill of Caddo Herald Takes Unto
Himself a Better Half
Mr. R. H. Carraway and Miss Julia Semple were married Tuesday morning at 9:30 o’clock, Rev. H. B. Vaught, officiating. The groom has been connected with The Caddo Herald for the past two years and comes from one of East Texas’s oldest families. The bride is the daughter of C. A. Semple and sister of the democratic nominee for representative, Will Semple, and is one of Caddo’s most charming and accomplished young ladies. The Democrat congratulates both, and hopes that their galleys may always be full of the best type, and that when thirty is called, St. Peter will open the gate to a couple who have lived a life of joy and usefulness.
The Caddo Herald
May 5, 1911
Effective May first I have sold to Mr. G. A. Crossett a half interest in The Herald and he will be associated with me in the business in the future. Mr. Crossett formerly owned The Herald and needs no introduction to Caddo people. All accounts for job printing and advertising up to May first are due to me; all subscriptions will be payable to the new firm, and the firm will continue those that are paid in advance. R. H. Carraway