The Caddo Herald
August 27, 1926
At 7:30 o’clock Wednesday morning Rev. C. T. Davis united in marriage Mr. Clifford Jones and Miss Bertie Wood. The young people left by automobile for Sulphur. They will make their home in Madill.
Miss Wood is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood and has many friends in Caddo. The groom is a business man of Madill and is well thought of by all who know him.
Mrs. Jones will teach in the public schools of Madill this year as she did last year, being an excellent teacher and gifted musician.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery of Madill were the only witnesses for the wedding except the pastor and his family.
Royal Changes Hands
Mr. H. F. Bassett of Antlers has bought the Royal Theatre from E. L. Hunter and will take charge the first of September.
Mr. Hunter has not made his plans known. Mr. Bassett will make some improvement in the theater and will give a good line of pictures to his patrons announcement of which will be made in due time.
Caddo of course regrets to lose Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, but will welcome Mr. Bassett cordially.
Baston Smith Hurt
Near Shamrock, Texas, last Friday morning at 2 o’clock Mr. Baston Smith of Caddo was injured in an automobile wreck, having an eye put (?) and receiving several cuts and bruises. He was treated in a Shamrock hospital.
Mebane Gin Ready
J. W. Crutchfield is now owner of the Mebane Cotton Seed Co. which has one of the best gins in the state. This gin has eight stands and is in first-class running condition and is now ready for whatever cotton that comes.