The Caddo Herald
March 25, 1932
W.T. Craghead Dies
W.T. Craghead died at the home of his son in Amarillo Monday. The remains were brought home to Caddo Thursday noon, with funeral in Methodist church. Mr. Craghead is well known to Caddo folks, having lived in the town many years, going to Amarillo four years ago. He was a splendid citizen and raised a fine family of boys who are good citizens. Funeral was in charge of the Odd Fellows lodge of which he was a long time member. He is survived by D. K. Craghead of Caddo, Frank Craghead, and Elmer Craghead of Amarillo, and other relatives. He was 78 years of age.
Four to Prison
Four men were taken by Ben Risner Monday to start terms in the state penitentiary, having been convicted at the last term of district court. They were: Charley Rose, five years for assault to kill in connection with an attack on L.T. Martin, jailer; Bud Rich, one year for chicken theft; Albert Rine, one year for chicken theft; Willie Doyle, negro, ten years for criminal assault.