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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

Se aldwelWatc hman VOL. 28 .... L S - I- Y .. . . COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 24 1914 . l * °1_ 1 rn . . · . . .. . . . I . . . . . w w A L ' . . . ý..N... Official Proceedings of theParish School Board Ecletions ordered to be Held in Districts 11, 21, 24 and 25, to take place on August 25th,1914 Columbia, La., July 7, 1914 The Parish Board of School Direct tors of the Parish of Caldwell, Louisi. ania, convened in regular session, Hon. G;. T. Martin, President, F. L. Cotting ham, A. I). Grant, J. A. Meredith, H. W. Furlow, W. L. Newall. J. B. Thompson, D. HI. Curry, G. W. Wall and W. L. White. '1The minutes of last meeting were readl as published in the Official Organ of the Board, Viz., The Caldwell Watchman, and were adopted as read. Petition of the citizens of School DIistrict No. 21, asking for a special i.liction for the purpose of giving ad ditional aid to public schools and run ning a transfer was read, and same was granted. i WhVIreupo. the following resolution t was ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

ental ples of! -i By ALBERT S. GRAY, M.D. (Copyright, 1914. by A. S. Gray) THE SHOE. Napoleon, probably the greatest mil Itary authority the world has pro duced, is quoted as stating that "An army travels on its belly," but mod ern military authorities have discov ered that an army needs feet fully as much as food to be an efficient fight ing machine. The records show that over 30,(00 German soldiers were incapacitated for duty during the first few weeks of the Franco-Prussian war on account of injuries to the feet; and excoria tions of the feet figure as the cause of one-third of all exemptions from active service among young French soldiers during campaign. Under date of February 5, 1914, the acting surgeon general, war depart- i ment, Washington, D. C., writes a. fol lows: "Mlany examples might here he cited, but the following instance w hich oc curred In the experience of the shoer board is sufficiently typical. "In 1908, a battalion of United States infantry took a practise mar...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

HIENIY OWLAND Eom WOEBURG ho JOYVILLE From Wo eburg to Joyville seems but a little way Sometimes; The road is very pleasant and the com pany is gay Sometimes. You can go there in a minute if a woman who is fair Bits beside you in a corner-or, well, al most anywhere. Hinting that you are a wonder from your toenails to your hair Sometimes. From Woeburg to Joyville the trip is quickly made Sometimes; The road is broad and rutless, with a very easy grade Sometimes. You may journey there as quickly as a hen may wink an eye If the people you're afraid of have the decency to die, Or the stock you've bought advances, or your child quits asking "Why?" Sometimes. Prom Woeburg to Joyville the way is long and steep Sometimes; The rocks are big and jagged and the ruts are very deep Sometimes. :It is hard to find a lodging on the tedious, dismal way, S;~Wben your tailor treats you coldly and your ventures fail to pay en Blh cast. you of for having been little gay Sometimes. g.u:'eburg to Joyville...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish, Caldwell Parish School Board and the Town of Columbia H. A. TURNER - - - - - - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER SUBSCRIPTION . . . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at the po::toflece at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. -- ._ •l,.: . - - ROAD TAX DEFEATED The int ,ris in the good roads problem in Ward 4 of Caldwell parish has been proven to be very shallow, judging from the re sults of th, bond issue voted on last Tuesday. A step backwards was pro, en preferable as the results are, that the tax went down in defeat !;y a large majority, both in number and valuations of Proplertv. This i ito e regreted, but let's not say any ugly things that we w\ill be s,.rry of af'trwards, and go to work and make another] attemnt tvow trds improving our public roads in Caldwell. But, makez, it piarih v:wide. Sin1e the' election, w,,, have heard several say, "what is the matte, w.ith \, d 4 of Caidwell ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

I PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Subscribe for The Watchman, only one dollar a year. Jim Tisdale of Monroe was a business visitor to Columbia. M. L. Legler spent Sunday in Monroe. Rep. J. E. McClanahan of Riverton was in town the first of the week. 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. The second week of the 30th District Court convened here Monday. Miss Angie Cloyd of Grayson is the guest of Miss Margueritte Traylor. A. M. Grayson of Grayson was mingling with his friends in Columbia Tuesday. 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. Mrs. J. E. Jemison of Kelly spent Monday in Columbia with Wyley Welch and family. The elec.tion Tuesday brought quite a number of farmers to town, but still the good roads tax went down in defeat. W. R. Broadway, one of Gray son's prosperous business men was a business visitor to Colum bia last Saturday. Mrs. M. L. Wagoner returned Tuesday from Simsboro after several days visit to her mother Mr...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

CARBAJAL READY TO SURRENDER RIUNS Of GOVERNMENT TO CONSTITUTIONALISTS GENERAL HUERTA RESIGNED FROM DI1TATORSHIP Francisco Carbajal Became Provisonal President of Mexico. BITTERLY ATTACKS THE UNIT[D STATllS CHARGES THAT THIS COUNTRY GAVE AID AND COMFORT TO THE REBELS. GEN. CARRANZA IS EXPECTED Constitutionalists Will Take Peaceful Possession of the Capital-Peace Now Seems Imminent. Juarez.-"I would prefer that Huerta had remained in the presi dential chair or in Mexico City un til we could get our hands on him," General Villa said. "I am a soldier, and do not care to express my opinion of the traitor's resigna tion." WeItelPr, Newlnnrlpr nlion New. a"rvln.. Mexico City.--General Victoriano Huerta resigned from the provisional presidency of the Mexican republic Wednesday night and his resignation was accepted by the Senate and Cham ber of Deputies. Francisco Carbajal then was appointed president and took the oath of office. President Carbajal proceeded to the national palace under an ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

.. .. . ·t;~ '.'.:'.:'.::'.' f;:::::...... .55':.: . The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story Author o of the Mexican "Th Fhden Waters" Revolution * "The Texican," Etc. Revolutlutrations by Don J.Lavin (CopyrriL. 1914. by Frank A. Munsy) SYNOPSIS. your then," Bud Hooker and Phil De Lancey are "No forced, owing to the revolution in Mexico. tay v to give up their mining claim and return to the United States. In the border town ner al of Gadsden Hooker meets Henry Kruger. seem a wealthy miner, who hints of a big min Ing proposition in Mexico that he wants Iooker to take charge of. serves grinni CHAPTER II-Continued. phras "That's the rock," he said. "She 'runs four hundred dollars to the ton, g and the ledge is eight inches wide be- , tween the walls. Nice ore, eh? And De L, she lays between shale and porphyry." His eyes sparkled as he carefully Hook ereplaced the specimen, and then he him ;looked up at Bud. "I'11 let you in on that," he said, equa "half an...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 July 1914

THE CALD WELL WATCHIMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. Subscriptio, - 31 per year in advance Official Organ ': Cakiiwell Parish Schooll Board and fown of Columbia. ! Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. Administrators Sale: Thirtieth District Court, State of Ilo,;sian-. Suc'½ession of, Allice Easly, deceased: No. Notice is hoirehy given, that I, M. L. Mecor, Clerk Di)itrict Court, in and for the !'al.li of Caldwell, State of L,.':in , L-vin heen duly and legal ly a,,iint('! and (ualtili "! as the ad n-inistrat.>r o' the estate and sucession of A'ic, Ea :Iv, doceased: will offer for iiale. :d s.ill to the highest bidder i for c ;st, at !;u lic" auction at the mai,) .;t:.,'t t. i,nt door of the Court hou.,, i: t, twtof C olumbia, LIa., on S.i'i :l\Y .UGUL'ST 8TH. 1914. ,tw ,.ii it. ri ;1 h,urs. the following r,; -::t' i,.:.,:irg to and composing th e nt:, ai.; succession of Alice Easlv, :! :sti, t,-wit: An undivided o...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

The Ciwel Natchrnan iVOL. 28 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRA JULY 311914 • - · . "i, !OL.~~~·· 28'·.B[ LUSANF~)Y JL 111 Claims Allowed by the Police Jury, Parish ° of Caldwell 1 T At Its Regular'Meeting Mar. E 2, 1914 A A B Duff, witness 1.00 Laura McClary, " 2.60 R Rose McClary, " 5.60 J Alice McClary, " 2.60 F W I, West " 4.20 G WmS anders, " 4.50 L F Keen, " 4.06 R M Volentine, " 4.50 4 Jim Sanders, " 4.30 T M Fitzgerald, " 2.45 J AB Duff, " 4.63 U Mrs Noma Almond, " 5.60 N E W Rtadford, " 5.85 J A Gilrnore " 4.60 T C Blyles " 2.81 R E B Handell, " 2.25 Pleas Smith, " 2.25 .lim Richardson, " 1,45 j II Tarver, " 2,62 C J C Weatherford, " 1.65 A J N Laird, " 6.75 I)r I B May, " 2.00 C Jim Gilmore " 4.60 P Ira Banks, Justic Peace, 12.50 A It P Childress, witness 5.95 I)r I B May, " .00 I. Peters, " 8.60 Mrs J N Laird, t 0.75 Noma Almond, " 4.60 Ben Howe, " 3.45 henry Miles, " 1.90 Henry Carr, " 8.60 Hlarvy Allen, " 8.60 Colonel Morgan, " 1,90 Liss Hawkins, " 4.80 I!ock W uten, " 5.70 ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

w. ..... ..me:+ ;r m . .......:* "oi;* ,. ...,r . ; ..:..*.... ...v.*.* ...v . .-- . - The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story AutAor o "The Filhting Fool" of the Mexican "Hidden Water." l"The T.xican, " Etc. Revolution Illustrations by Don J. Lavin (oyrigb:. 1914. br Lrank A. Muasr) SYNOPSIS. m - ie Bud Hooker and Phil De Lancey are forced, owing to a revolution in Mexico, th to give up their mining claim and return to the United States. In the border town t of Gadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger. a hi wealthy miner, who makes him a proposi tion to return to Mexico to acquire title to a very rich mine which Kruger had ~E blown up when he found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragon. The Mexican had spent a large sum in ft an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then had allowed the land to SI revert for taxes. Hooker and De Lancey p, start for the mine. CHAPTER V. The journey to Fortuna is a scant pi fifty miles by measure, but within w these e...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

Luncheon Delicacies wViaharbc-ilt r i& fa Red Htseil e c Try tea wmend lIteuie o ., leasthwiewleyedwed.Pb ncaseds ' ai flan tisliacss p ; id L P'sic.,, Co i GW oder li b rad, va* P inly hrsa. Films Developed lo t elo Prints Browntes, sB; ex;W: s%_ t. Ac; 4.x .aand 8A,5c.-' lundýri are having our aim speciallsts do their work. Why not you? Eastman Kodakes By Mall iRry site and style In stock. Send four prices and catalog. HECARTY DRUG CO. 01 MainSt.. LittleRock. Ark, THEY HAD TO BE "SEBENS" Bena's Method of Reasoning In Mat ter of Slippers Quite Plain to Those Who Understand. 'Bena was much excited over the prospects of camp meeting that was about to take place in her neighbor hood. For weeks she had been pre pring gay and gaudy feathers for the array, and now her outfit was com plate, save a pair of much-desired pat wat leather slippers. She approached her mistress. "Mis' Ford," she said, "1 sho' wants to git a pair o' slippers fo' de meetin' eammences, an' I ain't got a singl...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish, Caldwell Parish School Board and the Town of Columbia H. A. TURNEK - - - - - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER SUBSCRIPTION . . . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Enitereid at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. AN ENTHUSIASTIC FAIR MEETING One of tl;e most enthusiastic meetings of the stock-holders of is the C'aldcall Fair was held at the court house last Tuesday night. be Eveivhyb,)v wv:: s fill of fair andl eager to get in a word to express themlsc les in regards to holding a fair in Caldwell parish this fall. do It . as first thought, by some, that it would be best to de clar cit- fair off, account of the condition of the traffic bridge, is as it ::as thu,, :ht would make it an impossibility for the ones liv- to ing (on the east side t)) get their exhibits across the river, but ol this h1,ztiel .:' removed, by the assurance from Foreman Robin- o sol.tlh-,: i'e fndation that ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

Miss Nina Nettles of Monroe is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Brandin. J. W. Butler and wife of Riv. erton were guests of Mrs. A. B. Swift Monday night. David Dunn returned Sunday after several weeks' stay in Bo nita and other points. Mrs. N. L. Hower and sister, Miss Rudolph, of Grayson, were visitors to Columbia Tuesday. Geo. Kimmerson of Ward 8 paid our office a call Monday and added his name to our list of readers. H. 0. Hebert and daughter of Boeuf River returned Sunday after a few days visit with rela tives in Olla. Misses Daisy and Nettie White of Riverton were guests of Mrs. M. Jarrell several days this week. Miss Juariita Carroll return ed last Friday from Lappier, La., and points in Arkansas, where she has been visiting relatives. Mrs. B. D. Wood and bright little son are expected home Saturday from Lake Providence where they have been visiting friends. Mrs. G. L. Alford and child ren returned to their home in Alexandria Saturday after a week's visit to their old home...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

ARMISTICE HAS BEEN ARRANGED FACTIONS AGREE TO SUSPEND HOSTILITIES THROUGH OUT REPUBLIC. TROOPS GATHER AT CAPITAL Federal Troops in Mexico City Lessen Popular Fear of an At:::CK by the Zapatis'as. t :(- tI!' , ove:(".!t , t o ;,d '!i" (' ot.s - night andi that ho ltiiiti. will it sus pefnded at once( thitrouholto: tI(' repubt lie, was the StatOtn(.:it g.V!n ou(lt hi (Gen. lEdtaido ItudIhIide, goer(oc of! the Fedlezal I i:,tr;:"t, in Ihl- name o, |'resid,nt ('arl,ajal. Governor Iturl ide declared thatl tit' peace negotiations Hill he advanced upon a basis of giving filll giliatra tees to ev(cr. hody. Gen. Antonio Rojas, a former revolu tionary leader, who later became a Federal chief, revolted Wednesday with 20, men of the Federal troop, stationed at Tacubaya. a sublultrh of the capital. The military aitmnorities at ine' dispatched a detachment of the Nineteenth regiment in p-;rstit. Itojas and his men were overtaken in the Santa Fe hills and completely routed. Fifty of the mutin...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

Fundamental Principles of Hlealth 4es By ALBERlT S. GRAY, M. D. "t" (Coright. 1914, by A. S. Gray) DIAGNOSIS. "Who shall decide when doctors dis agree?" There surely will be no dis oenting voice if we answer that ques lion with one short word--FACTS. It would seem that it should not be a diffcult matter to secure the facts concerning any given subject; but it Is. Much data is available but we have come to distrust it because we know so many investigate not to ascertain the truth, but merely to win a point for some particular theory, juast as some lawyers strive only to win cases, not to secure justice; some doctors to "cure" diseases, not to pre vent sickness; some ministers to gain church attendance, not to secure wholesome practical morality in the home and in the place of business. The fault undoubtedly lies in our edu cational system. What the world wants to know is, what is known, not what is thought, and it is riot getting what it wants and needs. In conse quence we are conti...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 July 1914

THE CALD LL WATCIIMAN nr __ i --- spet Published Every Friday d2r an:, Entered at ttn, postoflice at ',olumnbia. for La., as second cia: :,snai ,atter. qua dist Subscription !1 4,er year in advance qu(,: five Official Organ ,f' ;Cld well I'arih -chonll prnl] Board anri .'i'n of ColultCia. .Vjet five tax Official Jou,;' of Caldwell Parish. :t ii t Proceedings ""' :all ,PnIiwLt, La., July 7. 191.1 the tors f.t t n' !':':.i e , h , L( aiwell, Lotis'- Patr i "na. + '' :; ,' i:i ' : es.i ),n. I onl . all0 1 G. '. \i t , F. L.( 'otting- ivre d itihio . ' r u- i ta ha , ... 1 .A ?. ' dit ,  I i. 4 . LII,,, ý, . L. N ;a11..1. B. j1,ll; T " W. Wall ~ic .l r i obo i inD 4IU. tril : i f aldn we i llfor o, : , . i . ,' ,i tti ot , :finthe  . !! -! ii, , . t ha s tp'cil t1 b` school i i l of the l ; of a LIX tl' : i.' lls, n or the pur-n pose oftr i xn 'iltinal aiid to the 1.ii 'it . , Louisiana that a special ietiol b. f IId i, l hereby oru diere to ii:" ilO : chioo listlict No. I 21, in ti, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 8 August 1914

The Cadwell Watchman VOL. 28 8-4 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, :FRIDbAY AUGUST 81914 C O L U M BIl u u l uA,-  -- _ l I n N O .33m Model Roads In Louisiana The representative of the Iowa Farmer, published at Des Moines Iowa, who accompanied the party of agricultural edtiors who recently toured Louisiana, was very much impressed with the good roads work being done in this State, and advises his Iowa readers that it would be profitable for the people of the Middle West to study the condi tions of Louisiana. He refers particularly to the work being done in Caddo Par ish under the supervision of En gineer J. T. Bullin, and prints a statement from Mr. Bullin which he says is "so full of practical road sense as to be ap plicable to conditions in Iowa." The Iowa Farmer says: "The people of the Middle West who are wrestling with the problem of permanent highways will find it profitable to study conditions in Louisiana. It would hardly seem possible to get ideas from that alleged de crepit old State...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 8 August 1914

SOLDIERS OF THE SERVIAN ARMY 0 1 .·e. ::! .·r V 1: TRACES WAR TO A CLASH OF TONGUES Professor Dorsey of Chicago Field Museum Finds Austria's Atti 'ude a Sequel to Pan-German Versus Pan-Slav-Con test, He Says, Not Economic but Psychologic. FNations Are Now, as Ever in the Past, Divided by Language Source of Trouble Is That Political Boundaries Are Not Coterminous With Linguistic Groups. ',George A. Dorsey, Curator of Ethnology. Field Museum, in the Chicago Herald.) An orphan mongrel cur having for the first time in 600 years got enough spunk up to take his tail from between his legs, begins to wag it and feel growing pains. Along comes a great big dog and says: "Put that tail down-an gtmme that bone." We see this sort of thing nearly ev ,ery day. Once upon a time little old Servia was an empire and very nearly over came the Byzantine empire, which probably would have changed the whole of European history. There might have been no Turkey in Europe. That was in the fourteenth century, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 8 August 1914

Newspaper stereotypers use Han. ford's Balsam of Myrrh for relief from splashing metal burns. Adv. A man stands well with women if he always gives up his seat to them in a crowded car. No. SIX-SIXTY-SIX This is a prescription prepared es. pecially for Malaria or Chills and Fever. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the fever will not return. 25e.-Adv. Quite True. So you ve been ) .1amlaica. \\'hit Lind of a p!acce is it?" Cruel Demand. Ud Inl1`er." "Itave they lfound it ouet y1t?' DANDRUFF COVERED SCALP 401 W. Adams St.. l'rownwood, Texas.--"I had a severe case of dry itching scalp. Then my head had blis ters and pimples all over it and when I scratched it the irritation and itch ing were dreadful. They continued to hurt and smart and burn. My hair fell out badly and gradually n,y scalp was covered with dandruff as dry as powder. It was the same burning in my limbs, so bad that I could not sleep or rest night or day. "Then I began with the Cuticura So...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 8 August 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish, Caldwell Parish School Board and the Town of Columbia H. A. TURNER - - - - - - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER SUBSCRIPTION . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. The Caldwell Fair The fair committee held an other meeting last Monday even ing. Several important matters came up before the meeting. Among them being to fill the va cancies that were caused by the resignations of the president and secretary. S. A. Meyers was nominated and elected president of the Fair Association. Mr. Meyers is one of Caldwell's pro gressive farmers and will fill the position as president and make an a one leader for this great cause. He well understands what is to be done and will be found on the job at all times. Gilbert Jarrell was nominated and elected permanent secretary. He is on the go and working with the president. With those two gentlemen at the hea...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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