The Caddo Herald
January 22, 1915
Miss Pitchlynn to Washington
Young Miss Sophia Pitchlynn left yesterday for Washington, D. C. where she will make her home with her aunt, Miss Sophia Pitchlynn, sister of E. E. Pitchlynn. She was accompanied by Sam Maytubby, Jr. who goes for a visit to see the sights and look in on congress while in session.
Everett Pitchlynn is somewhat of joker when he tries. In writing to his sister of the approaching visit of her niece he told her that she would know the Indians by the blankets they were wearing. If that were not enough to identify them he said that Sam whoops every step he takes so that when she hears the whooping she need not be alarmed as it merely signaled the approach of the wild Indians from Oklahoma.
Miss Sophia did not get to tell all her little friends goodbye before leaving, and she desires that The Herald tell them for her.