Billy Sunday, mentioned in the items below, was a baseball player who became one of the most famous and influential evangelists in the country. He was a major proponent of the prohibition movement.
The Caddo Herald
December 6, 1918
Judge John L. Boland was in Durant Wednesday.
Mrs. J. A. Wood and Miss Bertie Wood are visiting in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Riddels were Fort Worth visitors last Saturday.
Miss Kate Riddels returned Monday to attend business college in Oklahoma City.
Choir practice will be held at the home of Mrs. Ed F. Brown this Friday evening.
Christian Women will hold a Bazaar and Market at the City Café Saturday, December 14th.
Miss Leila Beaty is teaching the second grade at the Grammar School during the illness of Miss Abbott.
Let The Herald furnish you with Christmas Cards for your friends. See the engraved samples at our office.
Eighty white Holland Pure Bred Turkeys for sale. See Mrs. J. R. Stevens, one mile northeast of town.
Have 75 acres of rolling black land for sale at $40 per acre, close to town and very desirable. J. H. McCalman.
Miss Sophia Pitchlynn came home from Bloomfield Seminary at Ardmore to spend Thanksgiving. She returned Monday.
Airplanes fly over most every day now. And they still cause people to look up. Two were over yesterday morning going north.
W. A. Story, editor of the Kenefick Dispatch, made a business trip to Caddo Tuesday and while in town visited The Herald office.
Forbes LeFlore was in town Wednesday from his home north of Kenefick. Like everybody else he’s mighty glad the war is over.
Wm. Malone has been in Sherman the past week looking after his new drug business. He took Roland Wright with him to help.
C. D. Robinson and Tom O’Dea were business visitors to Fort Worth last week. They saw and heard Billy Sunday Saturday night.
Rev. Frank Naylor visited homefolks at McAlester Monday and Tuesday. His folks will probably not come until about the first of the year.
Engraved Christmas cards solve the problem of what to get for Christmas for your friends. They are a neat remembrance and not very costly.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
United States Liberty Bonds bought and sold. Will pay highest cash prices for all issues. Write me for prices. Ben Siegel
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Huffman spent several days in Fort Worth last week. They had the pleasure of seeing and hearing Billy Sunday in his big meeting.
Jim Carlton is building a blacksmith shop on the corner of Arkansas and Buffalo streets. It is 25x70 feet. Joe Boyle will be associated with him in the work.
If you want some nice Christmas cards come to The Herald Office and let us show you samples of engraved ones. We must have the order by Dec. 8th to insure delivery.
The Epworth Leaguers Saturday night with their box supper at the court house cleared near $30 which goes to furnish a room in the Methodist Orphanage at Oklahoma City.
J. D. Abbott was here from Durant this week visiting his daughter, Miss Ruth, who is ill with flu. Owing to this illness Miss Abbott has resigned as teacher in the Caddo schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer and Mrs. D. O. Nail went to Sherman and Van Alsytne Sunday to attend the funeral of a relative, a young woman who died under treatment in a hospital.
Liberty Bonds Wanted- Will pay highest cash prices. Partly paid bonds bought. Also receipts on banks. See me before you sell or trade. Ben Siegel
Have several good milk cows, bronze turkeys, and Duroc pigs for sale. Will sell the turkeys for $12 per trio. You should not miss this opportunity to get a start of turkeys. Mrs. E. E. Ptichlynn
Frank Suttles died at his home in Krebs Sunday after an attack of flu. He was sick only a few days. Mrs. Suttles is a sister of Roy Barber and she with her child is visiting him and family in Caddo now.
Lieut. R. J. Bagues of the French Army spoke to a large crowd Thursday afternoon at the opera house. He was billed for Durant that night and gave the afternoon date to Caddo. His story was one of great interest to our people as he had spent three years in the trenches during some of the hardest fighting. He also told of the wonderful work the Red Cross has done and is doing on all fronts. What is done to help the French families is surely…(can’t read last three words)