An Injury Avoided
Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. G. A. Bodystun drove a distance of two and one-half miles to see Mrs. T. H. Boydstun with a copperhead snake in the back of her buggy. Mrs. Boydstun went to get a rope, but just as she reached for the rope she noticed that it was not a suitable hitch rein, consequently she never used it for that purpose, but killed it.
Mr. Carr is Dead
Word came to Caddo Thursday morning that J. E. Carr was found dead at his home in Wynnewood, caused presumed by a pistol or gun shot.
Mr. Carr is the father of Mrs. A. B. McCoy of Caddo and was well known here, having several times visited his daughter.
Mrs. McCoy, Miss Phyllis Hancock, and Issac McCoy left immediately upon learning the news, for Wynnewood. They were in the Manning car, driven by Claude Glasscock.
At the Methodist parsonage, in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Craghead and Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Walker, last Thursday night, Rev. C. A. Clark said the words that made Mr. Thomas J. Craghead and Miss Wealthy Mae Wright, man and wife.
The groom is the son of Mr. W. T. Craghead of this city, and is a prosperous and upright young business man. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wright.
Both parties have made their home in Caddo for many years and are known by everybody.
The Herald joins in with their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life.