The Caddo Herald
March 3, 1916
An Unusual Show Window
W. F. Dodd, a man of original ideas anyways, surprised his friends this week by a window display that probably is the most unique ever seen here.
He had a dummy of Charlie Chaplin which he placed beside a watch tinkers work bench. But the tools that he gave him suggest that he is more of a blacksmith than a watchmaker. The ever ready monkey wrench and cold chisel are present, together with pliers and hammers. The dummy has a watch in his hand for repairs, but the idea uppermost in the minds of the passersby is that when Charlie gets through with the watch there won’t be enough to fix.
The display draws the contrast forcibly. Mr. Dodd, as old timers remember, is a fine workman when it comes to watches and jewelry.