I'm finally back from vacation!! And let me just say that after traveling 4104 miles through seven states, there is still no place like Caddo! I'm so glad to be home.
The Caddo Herald
January 6, 1926
Have 3000 bushels Texas Red Rust-Proof Seed Oats free from Johnson grass for sale at my place two and one-half miles west of Caddo, 75c per bushel. Hatsell Powell
Thursday night a large number of folks gathered at the Baptist Church to watch the old year go and the New Year come. Beginning at eight o’clock the last four hours of 1925 were spent in joyful singing, conversation, contests, serving refreshments and as a last number, Rev. H. T. Wiles delivered a short but appropriate sermon. When only a few minutes of 1925 remained the bell tolled out a sad farewell to the old year and a happy greeting to the new.
The occasion was a delightful one. Not a dull moment was endured. Rev. Wiles is a splendid entertainer and he manipulated affairs in such an interesting way that the four hours flew by almost unnoticed.
Sale Week in Caddo
The Sales of Boone & Styron and I. Schaffer started with good crowds in attendance. These two stores offer many attractive price savers and the people being thrifty, are taking advantage of the reductions to lay in winter supplies of dry goods, for they know there are several months yet in which to use the goods.
Caddo is a good trading town, and folks come here because they get more for their products and get more goods for their money.
Tom’s Barber Shop
Come to Tom’s Barber Shop. Three barbers. No long waits. Hair cut for 25c. We save you money and make you feel at home. We wear blue shirts exclusively. Not Tom, Dick and Harry, but Tom, Joe and Louis. Open all hours.
Bud Maytubby is getting out some advertising matter announcing that he is a candidate for lieutenant governor of Oklahoma in the August primary on the republican ticket.
Everybody around here knows Bud Maytubby. He is now farming on his place ten miles northwest of Caddo. He is 53 years of age, well-educated, and experienced in life. In territory days he was deputy marshal and Indian Policeman. He is a son of the late Peter Maytubby, and is a member of the Chickasaw tribe.
Bud has not asked any of the higher-ups whether he could run or not, but is urged by many of his friends who know his qualifications.
Bud is an affable, agreeable gentleman, and politically always has been a republican.