The Caddo Herald
March 17, 1911
Mr. Driver says that the City Council has agreed to raise the marshal’s salary to $75.00 per month. I believe that with the fees, $50.00 is enough and in case the increase stands good and I am elected, I will donate $25.00 a month to the Civic Club to be used in the maintenance of the cemetery or parks or in any manner the Club sees fit. A. E. Ray, Candidate for City Marshal.
Braudrick for Trustee
We are authorized to announce A. P. Braudrick a candidate for the office of Town Justice (Mayor) subject to nomination of the Democratic Party Mach 21st.
Mr. Braudrick has been a resident of Caddo many years and during that time he has aspired to political ___, he has been a candidate several times for different ___ positions and has a record of getting what he goes after. He has never yet been defeated for any office to which he aspired.
We believe that if he is elected he will fill the office to the best of his ability, impartially and without fear or favor. He has the reputation of hewing to the line and showing no favors in the discharge of his official duties.
Remember him when you go to vote next Tuesday, and if you think he is the best man for the position, vote for him- he will appreciate your support.
Mass Meeting (ad)
A meeting of the citizens of School District No. 5 is hereby called for Saturday, March 18th, at the court room in Caddo, at 3 o’clock p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the advisability of erecting a high school building for this district.
T. H. Boydstun
W. F. Clower
S. W. Maytubby
G. A. Boydstun
A. F. Manning
V. A. Rice
W. F. Dodd