The Caddo Herald
January 9, 1914
Good Road Work
Yesterday was appointed by the Good Roads Association as a day when all who possibly could do so would go out and do a day’s work on the roads.
In Caddo the response was generous while not unanimous, as it was impossible for many to leave their work.
Many of the bad places in the road were filled, so that they could be passed. Some of them required culverts so that the water could drain off. The people are thoroughly alive as to the need and benefits of good roads and we predict that another rainy spell will not find the roads in as bad condition as they were.
The town officers are insisting that the streets that were torn up by the sewer work be put in shape. This will help a whole lot.
C. E. Blessing is building the three cement crossings on Buffalo Street and by Monday these will be passable. They will be a great convenience to the public. One is at each end of the business block and one is in the center. The middle crossing is made necessary because of the extreme length of the block, it being 500 feet long.