The Caddo Herald
November 3, 1899
Caddo cotton gins were crowded to their limit with work this week.
An enjoyable young folk’s party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moon Tuesday night.
The new store building of W. J. Moon on Buffalo Street will soon be completed and occupied.
Died: Mrs. Paul Saltner died the 31st of pneumonia at their home beyond Blue. Mrs. Saltner was the daughter of William Goforth. She leaves a husband and four children.
A most enjoyable Halloween party was given at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bates where Misses Vivia and Ethel Nail assisted as hostesses. A big crowd of happy folks assembled and spent he ancient festival in fitting manners.
Rev. Scruggs has gone to conference after having delivered his farewell sermon to his Caddo charge. He will be assigned to another charge and Caddo Methodists will have a new minister. It is said that Mr. Scruggs suggested before departing that the Caddo charge should have an unmarried man- one whose expenses were commensurate with his salary.