The Caddo Herald
April, 19, 1912
New Phone Line
A new rural telephone line was installed last week running from central to parties living north of town. It is designated as Line I and the following is the list of subscribers:
I-15 F. Manning
I-25 Bill Slack
I-52 E. T. Tipton
I-51 Bill Driver
I-151 I. N. Chaney
Soon there will be a network of lines running in every direction which with the rural routes established will largely eliminate the necessity for farmers coming to town.
Will Enforce Dog Law
Parties are warned that hereafter the dog law will be enforced strictly. If you have an animal that you care anything for you are warned to secure the tag and otherwise comply with the law. Oscar Driver, City Marshal
Maddox for Justice
B.F. Maddox announces this week for Justice of the Peace of this precinct. Mr. Maddox needs little introduction at our hands. He has lived in Caddo more than twelve years, has been mayor and recorder of the town, and understands the duties belonging to the office of justice. He is a man of mature years and his integrity is unquestioned.
His democracy is of the kind that admits no doubt and he asks that you kindly consider his claims when you cast your votes in the primary.
Bryan County S. S. Convention
The committees appointed to make preparations for the entertainment of the Bryan County Sunday School Convention which will be held in Caddo May 25, 26 have been at work and are ready to promise everything asked for and more.
The homes of Caddo people will be thrown open to all who come. The picnic grounds probably will be used for the Sunday convention, seats being placed and other arrangements will be made. Money has been subscribed to pay all expenses and the committees will see that nothing is left undone for the good of the convention.