The Caddo Herald
May 9, 1902
Mrs. Ira L. Smith is visiting Mrs. C. W. Plummer at Lehigh this week.
Ira L. Smith, Jim Mullens and Ernest Pitchlynn made business trips to Sherman Monday.
Dr. Tom Long has returned from attending Tulane University at New Orleans, Louisiana.
Born: A fine boy arrived at the home of Henry Braudrick last Friday morning.
J. J. Ranton has resigned his position at Monroe & Corely and has accepted one with E. O. Harrison.
Mrs. Jack Harris left Tuesday for Purcell and Ardmore where she will visit relatives and friends a month or so.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Corley left Monday morning to spend some time visiting friends and relatives at Timpson, Texas.
Miss Bid Duffer, who has been spending some time with friends in Caddo returned to her home at Caddo Mills, Texas Wednesday.
Amos K. Bass has let a contract for building a granary with a capacity of 40,000 bushels. It is being built south of the stock yards.
Presiding Elder A. B. L. Hunkapillar preached last Sunday night at the Methodist Church, South in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fiquet, from Honey Grove, arrived in Caddo yesterday and are spending some time with Mrs. Fiquet’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rutherford.