The Caddo Herald
October 5, 1899
Mrs. S. D. McGaughy, of Whitewright, visited her son, Dr. S. D. McGaughy, Friday and returned home Sunday.
Mesdames Mat Clark and W. M. Northcut, of Lebanon, visited their brothers, John and W. T. Smith this week.
M. W. Williams, living near Jackson, was in the city Wednesday with cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Risner of Durant have been visiting friends and relatives in the city this week.
Rev. R. C. Rice of Ozark, Missouri, is visiting his brothers-in-law, A. M. and P. L. Russell this week.
Prof. L. P. Hamilton, of Lebanon, Ohio, will be here this week to take the principal’s place in the Hamilton School.
Mrs. W. R. Fox, of Purcell, who came to the city to see her brother, Charles A. Manning, has returned home.
The town council met in regular session Wednesday night and elected W. F. Dodd to the vacancy in the office of Mayor.
Mrs. Charles Leflore of Limestone Gap, who came down Tuesday to attend the funeral of C. A. Manning, returned home Wednesday.
C. C. Paty, of Honey grove, was in the city Thursday on his way to Viola. Mr. Paty has rented a farm near Bokchito and will make the B. I. T. his future home.
Marshal Jackson has been doing a big business in the town cow line this week. The open season for corralling vagrant bovines began October 1st and the town pound every evening is full of homeless cows. It will take a bit of trouble to train them not to pasture on sidewalks.