The Caddo Herald
April 5, 1901
Misses Mabel Kenton and Kittie Mattox of Durant, visited the family of Ed Mattox in Caddo last week.
Ira L. Smith visited Denison Saturday. He was accompanied home by his wife, who has been there some time.
J. C. Hampton has moved his business house on his lot on east Buffalo Street and is now doing business there.
While Dr. J. P. McRae was coming from Ego last Thursday he met with an accident which severely wrenched his leg. He’s all right now.
Married: Mr. Darbson and Mrs. Compton, from near Folsom were married at the store of R. Willowisky, Wednesday about noon.
John Gunter was in to see us Saturday. A new post office has been established twelve miles northeast of Caddo and is called Calloway, of which Mr. Gunter is postmaster. There will be a big free barbecue there Wednesday with plenty of dinner for all.
Joe Lyle, who has been quite sick with rheumatism, is able to be out again.
Misses Ruby and Abbie Davis and May Colbert are visiting Mrs. R. A. Riddels this week.
The J. W. Coker Furniture Company opened up this week for business.
The Choctaw Telephone Company was incorporated last week with A. M. Roberson as manager. The company is composed of Caddo men and has bought the Hodges long distant line and will put in a local system here.