The Caddo Herald
August 23, 1929
Lots of good cows, bulls, calves, chickens and hogs will be shown at the Caddo Township Fair. People are realizing the value of the advertising their stock gets from exhibition. Then when you come to the Fair you find out who has the kind of stock you are looking for.
It is the duty of every man to obey the law as he knows it. To the wise and informed there is greater responsibility. Dynamiting our streams for fish is indefensible. There is no excuse for that. Seining is not so bad, nor is grabbling. But dynamiting is inexcusable. It is premeditated. Dynamiting kills all fish within reach so that the hole is ruined. The men who dynamite get but few of the fish killed. Yes, there are degrees of law violation all right.
To Make Tour of Farms for Fair
Tuesday, August 27, a group of business men and boosters for the Caddo Township Fair will make a tour of surrounding country advertising the Fair and inspecting a number of projects of the Vocational Agriculture class of Caddo High School.
Everyone who will is invited to make this trip. The itinerary includes west of town to Ira Smith’s, then back south to Kimbrough’s then east to Robinson schoolhouse. Another may be arranged for another day to take in other territory. This trip will include Kenefick and the people of that thriving town are invited to enter wholeheartedly into the spirit of the Fair.
Be sure to bring your lunch.
More cotton from less acres.
More milk from fewer cows.
More crops from less land.
Less work, but better pay.
All can be done by
More brains and less guesswork.