Notice Dog Owners!
You must pay your dog tax by March 1st, or dog will be killed. Tags are $1 for males, $2 for females. Act at once. All dogs in Caddo that do not have a tag on them will be shot upon sight. Owners have had the warning, so I start the killing. Lee Simmons, dog catcher (Note: that lovely subtle warning was given by my grandfather!!)
Pentecostal Holiness Church Services
Saturday 7:00pm; Sunday 11:00am, 7:00pm; Sunday school 10:00am; Prayer meeting Wed. 7:00pm. You are cordially invited to attend these services. H. E. Armstrong, Pastor.
Rev. Oscar Moore will be here Saturday night to speak in the Pentecostal church. Everyone is cordially invited to hear him.
Mrs. B. Jacobs Died in New York March 3rd
Mrs. B. Jacobs died in New York city March 3rd and was buried there, so news came to Caddo. Mrs. Jacobs will be remembered as the wife of B. Jacobs, who was in the mercantile business in Caddo, Caney, and Tushka many years. She left Caddo a short time ago, having arranged her affairs here, sold her property and moved to New York. She was suddenly taken ill, and died. She had many friends in Caddo and surrounding country.
The Herald is prepared to assist Federal taxpayers with the making out of income tax blanks, for which a reasonable fee is required. It sometimes pays you to know just what you can count as expenses legally. Every person who has taken in as much as $500 during 1946 is required to make a report by the 15th of March, but it is not a good idea to wait until the last day before doing so.
New Feed and Seed Co. Opens Saturday Here
The Caddo Feed and Seed Co. with a large adv. announces the opening of the store Saturday the 8th of March in the Williams bid east of Earl Phelps' place.
Mr. Killingsworth is an expert in feeding and is stocking only the best tried feeds.
He will be glad for you to call Saturday nd look the place over and buy what feeds you need for your stock and chicks.
The Herald fails to see any justification for highly paid court judges to get a one-third salary raise when school teachers are working for small salaries. It would seem but fair to raise the pay of classroom teachers more in proportion than superintendents who are fairly well paid.
They are now talking of putting on an extra gasoline tax for roads. Why in the world did the Legislature reduce the state income tax by one-third when so much more money is needed for schools and roads and other necessary things? Taxes should be levied on those most able to pay.
Nobody thought of relieving a poor snuff dipper of the 20 percent tax she pays or the smoker for his cigarettes and cigars, or even his humble bull or prince.
Is there not someone in the great lawmaking body who will represent the people?
Echo answers, WHY?