The Caddo Herald
March 19, 1920
The Woman’s Club Library has some new books available for the general public: “Mother Goose, complete, donated by Mrs. Bilbo; “Recreation of Brian Kent”, by Harold Bell Wright; 12 volumes of American Classical Romances; several Encyclopedias; Ridpath’s Library of Universal Literature; and Musicale Biographic. School pupils will find these useful for reference work. Mrs. J. C. Hogan, Librarian
John Finney was here a while Wednesday. He is a candidate for county judge. He has been county clerk the past four years. He is a lawyer by profession. He has a large number of friends wherever he goes.
County Agent Dunlap was here a while Wednesday. He was looking after the Boys’ Pig Club and seeing their animals here. He expressed himself as being well pleased with the way the boys are taking care of their pigs.
See me for good sound early ginned cotton seed at $2.00 per bushel, sacked. J. W. Crutchfield.
Rev. Turner and family were here from Dewar last Friday until Monday. Rev. Turner held services at the Baptist Church last Sunday morning and evening. He produced a favorable impression upon the congregation. It is likely that he will soon be called to the pastorate of this church.
Lost- Man’s folding pocketbook, March 10th, on Caddo highway between Sugar Loaf and Buffalo school house, containing Caddo National Bank draft, registration card; also between $30 and $34 in money- one $20 and on $10, remainder in silver; also some valuable papers. Finder please notify W. B. Rose, Banty, Okla. star route and get reward.
The town is full of strangers every day now. The news of the oil strike has spread until people everywhere are interested in this field. Several from Durant were up Wednesday evening; seeing for themselves what we had. Perhaps Caddo’s time has come. At any rate to take care of our visitors we shall soon have to open our homes for we have not other accommodations sufficient.
Quite a bit of moving took place this week. Joe Black and family moved into their home recently bought from Will Harrison on Choctaw avenue; H. W. Braudrick and family moved into their home on Ainsworth street; P. L. Rogers and family moved into the home of Shearl Shoffner; C. O. Markham and family moved into their home on Buffalo Street, which they recently bought of G. W. Phillips.