Wouldn't it be great if each of us got a "welcome note" in the paper?
The Caddo Herald
September 30, 1921
Welcome New Citizens
S. H. Sullivan will move to Caddo from Durant this week and occupy the Orth Green home. Mr. Sullivan is manager of the new Ford agency established in the Schwartz building in Caddo.
The Herald is glad both to welcome this excellent family and this new business in Caddo, and we trust that they will be well pleased with Caddo.
Mr. Green, who has been prescriptionist with W. F. Dodd the past two years, goes to Atoka to work there. We shall of course, miss this excellent family, but wish them much happiness and prosperity in their new home.
October 14, 1921
Caddo Motor Co.
This new enterprise has nicely fitted up their sales room in the Schwartz building; a complete stock of Ford parts has been received and is now ready for sale. Every part of a Ford can be secured in a minute.
Mr. Sullivan, the manager, is an affable, energetic individual and is a distinct asset to the business interests of the town. He is at all times glad to greet the people.
Several cars already have been sold. Their stock at all times will be complete. Another thing: This company gives Ford service, so that the new owner of a car gets what little adjustments he needs by expert Ford men, free of charge.