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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 26 November 1915

C? Thoeall The ialdwell Wuae an VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOV. 2t, 1915 NO.49 I·a I 1 Magi I lllllil PRIZE ESSAY ON POULTRY Wilma Fisher Of The Grayson High School During the past century great progress has been made in near ly all lines of Agriculture and poultry raising, now recognized as an important branch of agri culture, has advanced with other lines. It has become a trade, an art and a profession. Nor has any other ration made greater progress in poultry raising than the United States. (;'rat time and thought has been applied to, this question. The safest way for those who are about to make their first at tempt at poultry raising is to start in a small way witn a few fowls and learn the business thouroughly before making large investments. Mistakes will !,. made and many difficult prob lems will be presented for solu-: tion before success in any large measure is attained. Then after the profession is learned gradu ally increase the business. The question is often a...

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. — 26 November 1915

Ci![WA TCH1`U TCW ¶A N Pubished Every Friday Entered at the postomue at t',iu ,-.. La.. as ennd-class mail matter. H. C. BAKER, Editor Subscription-$1 per year in advance Official Organ of Caldweil Pariºh Sch,,oll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Ca!dwell Parish. In another column will le foundm a call for a mass meeting of the citizens of Columbia. The proposition before us is sometihing that should appli: to every citiznci in andlum. a;d Caidw, li pa:is,. If we ". :: epl it. it means that we are to have a good gravel street-connecting with the gravel road now being built j:Ast Bigg's Point. I means an added valuati,,n to eve-ry pro perty owner, more husine.s for our merchants. With the hill gravele d,shippers of cttmn, i,y and colrn will not he -i:ate to bring their prdu'~ci e to this market. Strangei'rs cminm. to our p!ace will at once decid we we are a pro gressive Ipeoplie, because every community is judgei by its roads. We are asked by the State Highway D:.pai...

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. — 26 November 1915

focal andi Sodi JFappenmin VVVwwwwVVh?.V~CNI·wVN~VL R. M. May and wife, Mrsi D. G. Mayes and Miss Erie Mayes of Castor were shopping here Saturday. H. Hunt presented us last week with a potato which meas ured twenty-one inches in length and good size in circutnference. T. P. Parker of ward, 7, paid our office a call Saturday. Miss Eglin of Winnfield is the attractive guest of the Misses Carroll. Hot fish at all hours-=Star Restaurant. S. Culpepper;: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Liv±4 f Duty were guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. last week end. Misses Cloyd and Guy ~ nd Messrs Humphries and oyd of, Grayson motered to Columbia last Sunday afternoon. -* ':!,'-" Mr. and Mrs. John La oil Franklin and Mr. B. C. Lanmier, of Duty transacted;legal business here last Friday. The trip 'bpipg made in the latter's autombile. Hair cut, 25cts Fred D.I Merer dith. J. D. Nethery of Clarks gawv us a pleasant call Thursday. Mrs. Ben Miller and Mrs. Al len Cloyd of Grayson were shop ping visitors to Columbia ...

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. — 26 November 1915

Subscribe And Advertise In the Caldwell Watch man he best Anl Home rPint aper n the the r·haiT itate glfa end us Ti Your 08 I.fal Name Before CO You Forget It. ;on $1.00 la P Y ar Per Year. (W Ld The Snu Sul GUAiCHITA NATIONAL BANK i-ONROE, LOUISIANA. What ever banking requirements you may have, whether you need new or enlarged facilities,you will find the service of this institution most satisfactory in every respect because the guiding spirit of our policy is to extend to each customer exactly the kind of personal service which best meets his needs. Our officers will be pleased to meet ou and to talk over your banking pro blea:s with you. Susy S Again" A Soliloquy in Two Paragraphs "That's the third time this morning. I can't wait a moment longer on that fellow. Let me see--what is Smith's number? "If Jones won't provide suftlcent telephone facili. ties for his customers, he can't blame me for dealing elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." How do you know this very occurrence doesn't ...

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. — 3 December 1915

The C 1 Watchman . 29 O . ;A, Lt.JSIANA, FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1915 L.** 29** - - ... TO TlE CITIZENS CF CALDWELL PARLSI i'icie following letters from prominent men indorses my ,· in the State legislature: Many, La., August 14, 191.;. . .. I. McClanahan, Riverton, La. I V.ar Sir: - I ,:.l it rmy 1,t;in !uity 1 i tell you how I appreciate th, A. t ut you tk,"e wiiiie iii the legislature, in supp,,rtie'g . iasure that was of irte,'est to the farmers of ',ur St'te, the same time, using your influence and vote to dlefe;rt . iius measures that have ieen detrimental to the f:r .\s pr,.sidlent of thy. l'airn'rs' State Union of Loisi k: I ept tab oin tihe imn l ,nrs of the legislature, and knovw ti e +1,st of theni':lVotci. .:c;,' iii justice to yoru,and for tie:' Saill cotl'eriei, I w'ar. to congratulate the fau:eirs,: ;, arish in -,~e ring it1he -er\ies of a man who o',U n , e inte' t of he i i,, ,l asses. :May your sc * Ver grow h,-s, anl wi .-l:in y,,a success. I tlam. Yours very truly, I....

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. — 3 December 1915

P ' Every Friday . ,t •  T, : i t T. I l{ari :.;! I'.: , ,)f ('o 1uLfila. Off;cial Journal of Ca!dwell Parish. A WIFLLY TREASURE When a woman entei'rs t marria!,g' ri.la i in, her spli ,t' 1) influence is at once ext(t.(ic.I( and 111r hlvriz,)n is no lol,g,,r boundel i ;b ie people al;.l cIr cumsta ':: ,i" tie 1n, ent. She is buili a'r , sterit.y. In thei ' joy and t, ' htfnlnes whi.h characterize hr mind in tihe !eiv reOfi:tt, 1 he t i , i l'u t . 1 iie ' tionBe .r Ut,, n l r \\i, a '' te , - t'f [, tier ii r t ii ;, (I ' i qualito ' 'I ',,IV 1 h ine of ily. h c is ti icent pre tle eC,a:' L i,-' l i,' i L , " i l he of which she i l ,le cent:":. Tile { personalil hat a \woman t;. real adwcr. If ,er er can , reckoned in ntlirnals, ony, tho matter how natay they Le,(i,', r - ed, ind(i .i, will be h,'r h L,: ii. im p. ; r i 0l i.," cihirel. Hu' teliic;i Ce. c(i+nihi (ed with cal Pubic Notice >y error, the date of politieal etinr and public in ward ' , omitted in the circula...

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. — 3 December 1915

Local and Social J7'appeninys --`~rv v~ cc ~~r Miss Stinson and Robert Hines of Grayson were Thanksgiving guests of Miss Nada Meredith. Mrs. John Hawkins of Hope well visited the' Misses Walker, last week end. Miss Mable Jones of Winnfield is a guest of 'the Misses Carroll. Miss Maude 'Bond was the guest of Miss McGintis Saturday night. S. P. Walker spent Tuesday in Alexandria. M. J. Adams, of Columbus, Ohio, brother to our townsman, H. G. Adams, called on us Tues day morning. Mr. Adams is just from Zanerian College of Pen manship of Columbus. Mrs. S. A. Myers gave us a pleasant call Monday. Miss Bond of Riverton visited Miss Meredith last week. Mrs. Bennett was the guest of Mrs. Bond Wednesday. M. E. Yarborough has just re ceived a splendid assortment of Holiday Goods. Come early while the stock is complete. B. H. Miller spent a few hours in Columbia shaking hands with his many friends Tuesday. W. B. Perkins spent sometime in town Tuesday. The subject for Sunday morn ing at the Met...

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. — 3 December 1915

Or Greaest Olffer A Y'EAR'S READIN(I FOR TIlE ENTIRE FAMILY F FOR YOU i': :- i.r:rm r i made to cover S. a in tl * outhi. 1 s. L -r ,r L S. :1' : ::ruu lcil r, apd a money " farm. r c, YOUR WIFE thti strong f··rt i l. ft 1•?" ..rt 3n6 a: I , ,artnwrht .. , uth. It i " ,,:. ; . a: p} ln to I thm as it OUR C ii1LDREN -r , g u la r to , ;'ý -ý Leaders I,, "i, ,r, a b - aton , . . , celp, fiction, fashion, fa.: w r': -.:, goo' ch.  ,:. , ly at BARG - CES i& connec._on with your ubsc o - .. , . , . I CL ATCHMAN You rkno our ý s;e,. It iý a ,!er.-cut, live, up-to-date county Swcey-, ,r c~ .- prper. It - you all the local news and the iampcrtar. :.ewa wa: t an 1d ar real a' You ca 1,ot afford to 1a0 thix 2; : _ bargain. T''he CIldweil W atchman ............................ $1.00 The Progressivo F'arner-w "-: 52 big issues....... 1.00 C1 The H usevit--mont'or y ..... ...................... .Se fc Regular price ..................................... $2.se of th OUR SPECIAL L ARiGAIN OFF...

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. — 10 December 1915

PAY IT NOW. Pay your Poll Tax before December 31st A191, : w. will be nabl to vote for two years. PAY IT N The Caid atchman VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, Lc';A , DEC. 10, 1915 li I i i nlii a i ln l I i a IN ell -r t li me ann i Ip~rBA'w' ~ ·I'': ' '* rPC I lq i ln lt nl.. .. .. . . . lli i ii l i llim aD I nlnmm-.- .i,- THE CHRISTMAS LETTER It takes time to write the ('hrit mas letter-perhaps that is why ' it is all the more appreciat,d hy its recipielnt. The (tays be,'rec Christmas are strenuous onts, but the woman who will plan t,,. lay aside a small portion of lher time each day or each week for i the writing of Christmas letters to friends anrid loved ,:nes at a distance will find that she i more than repaid for t he s,!r'i fice of time and elfr-t wlUich , may cost. One woman who found her-,i! unable at Christmas ti, renlci: ber her friends with gifts s,;ch as she had been accustonmed i;,, began several weeks Ltei',r Christmas and each day drevo, d a half hour to writing Christmnas ...

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. — 10 December 1915

ut-ish. Everv Friray L , I- ',. , tlur ia, L:' -. l.s " :,. a ter. I , Eiitor i . , ran 'f ( :JdAed I tr >1 > Ol , B'tri a:i'! lown of Columbia. Surnal of Caldwell Pariah. o (idates for the dii'fer e. t i :. h oflicies are Ieilin: i' t, V i" opponants in the .(iil' : - ert wards this, week. Tlie nme;et ings have been largely at:eere:,lt', many ladies being present. The Voters are iec ning Cr:Cl enUte' ove;' L5!ir chiice, we were WUIi, them at Kelly and Sandy Baynou, the speakers were applauded or. In " '. . o "lrcor mýs. ?':'LI'E JUDY PROCEEDINGS . :lIl "a, La., Dec. 7, 1 .1. iP o iie .Jury net this d:t in , Idjuir!:.l ',s n with t * *at ri e'';)tl n le'a and I d- pte'I. f voting yva ex ept 1' ' Luit ch. B B.- ji.. .:.:r s: thice 'ou lice ,.u y . ·i l ' v. f the pur chase of bonds. Thi, Police Jury a.:eurned un til 2 o'clock ill. Police Jury met pursuant to adjoLrnin (It. On ,ni ti'n,. - wone(led and car ried the I Uowing Rei'solutiu authorizing the 'rcresident of the Poli...

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. — 10 December 1915

i ICOMINGI Monday Dec. 13. Miss Annie Therese DeaulIt Interpretative Reader Second number of the Columbia High School Lyceum Course High School Auditorium, at 7;45 o'clock rJ/oca /a/ 3ocial 7(arppenin-s ! wýVV -wv~// ~ l~N wvý WýiV VW VVVw C NVv. Unt account (f the late arrival of the Police Jury lprcefedinls several articles were onmited this week. Sane \will appear next week. Misses J..nes and E. lin, who have been the interesting guests of the Misses Car'oll for several weeks, have returned to their homes in Winnfield. Miss Jessie Daniel of Grayson was in town Saturday. Miss Icill', Meredith gradua ted from the L. S. . last Friday with honrs. She is h',me for the Holda y.;. Mrs. Nettles an: childreni, Irene and ,i i:ire ,d, will ,pend the Holidays .,iti reativcs in Union Parish. Mr. and Mr. I. Dl)a'is have Igone to kM,1e. Ark., to spend the Holida, s. Mrs. Brinto,n ha; been on the sick list this week. Clarks The annual meeting; of the (larks Public Library Associa tion was Thurs...

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. — 10 December 1915

OUACHITA NATIONAL BANK MONROE, LOUISIANA. What ever banking requirements you may have, whether you need new or enlarged facilities,you will find the service of this institution most satisfactory in every respect because the guiding spirit of our policy is to extend to each customer exactly the kind of personal service which best meets his needs. Our officers will be pleased to meet you and to talk over your banking pro blems with you. A Postal Brings This Book It is free--it tells how you can have local and long distance telephone ser vice in your home at very small cost. Send for it today. Write nearest Bell Tele phone Manager, or FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCOORPORATD. THE SOUTH'S8 REATEST S 0 LE COLLE'E. 8CHOOL OF BUSINE88S." NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be given the best tranhla to pr. pare them for success in business. YOUR Personal Instruction, Free Employ ment Department. Complete College Dank, College Store and Wholesale Omfces. No misrep...

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. — 17 December 1915

PAY IT IW. Pay your Poll Tax before December 31st u will be unable to vote for two years. P 9 e Cal dw atC hma COLUMBIA, LOUISIA .RIDAY , DEC. 17,1915 AGRICULTU~L DEPARTMENT Ka- Director K,ll "'`c.ee, Director vTiy Trip To The State Fair 1;', Iiardie Fisher. ; I ,.iisiana State !":,i.-: the )ublic on v, ; ically every e.,ih i,, he (I'air was i.- 0 : 11;,11) , i suial, but it ºn ,' , e. cess this y t.:.' ( .. ' , It is .om il , , to l •ar ":nt and be,..t in t ' all I got thei . i ar't of the ii : a u..; t two 0'(." 2) ),;Ij. We wex t: : it pr'elm:red fo :th )and t( I club boy,. - - A \v., v re assig'n ,( i, . (, : tent was un.,, c 'riI Ii:gemnent u i,, , ! r the L. S. U. i x i aced our baga e +r,, i onr'': we left the tent li. w ho all were there. \ tint . ,  ,)r on the show side. t r,,1 l is and there n ~(t "~. - "'i, ti l 1 s 0,n, eof the b,) s f:, a i who had gone ,ei',:e W . ,i. I soon lost Newto~ :: . 1;. , i cifled to go into s. i l ,. There were ;al itf C do e:n u lts on...

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. — 17 December 1915

rr C W.JWLWATCHMAN - ,:'-.ed Every Friday E::ltr.li at the postoffi t at Columbia, Li.. .uonrd-class mail matter. H, C. , AKIt ER, Editor S~ai.4 : ipti.Jr -.-1 per year in advance Ofticial organ of Caldwell Parish Sc hooll Hoard and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. "A Leopard Cannot Change His Spots." When in the course of h,:man events it becomes necessary for m.r: to po forth into the political iii: he! oI a car di('ate S :.' e. i is n, 1 nt,(es ; :,.· he should sln'ler his fellow men, or prevaricate in or d?,r to gain public popularity. "Ac n -an thinketh so is he," a.m:i -. .o h roe; forth and pr'.laini s a'! Inal nkind as his frie irbe telii_,ent voter will stop a0;rd c,)nsider whether or not this mtan has in the past been the fricnd ', Vow proclaitmls him self t, be. If in the past his rec ords have been dilligently search ed and fouJrnd clean, if he has been at man .racong you, honora ble and fair,if he has been clean, doing all things to the best of hi...

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. — 17 December 1915

ocal and Social ,Jappeniny We extend to one and all a cor dial invitation to call and see our fall and winter goods and we be lieve we can supply your want-., Tmrank:ing you in advance for giving our invitations considera tion. -Louisiana Central Lumbrr Co., Clarks and Standard,La. adv Kar! Treen and W. E. Shell (if GCay-,cls, called on us Satur,ia. Q dite a number of out-of-town people attended the pili ical speaking at the courthouse here Monday morning. While moving frohi Jackson parish to Caldwell in a wacgon J. D. Brown,family, team, house hold goods and other things fell through a bridge on Red Lick creek. Several members of the family were injured, sewing ma chine broken beyond repair and other things more orless damaged Don't forget the Christmastree at the Baptist church the 24nd. If you need a famous Smith field Virginia ham the kind the king and queen use we have them and they are the genuine article, send us your order. Louisiana Central Lumber Co., Clarks and Standard, ...

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. — 17 December 1915

STA1 E£ LOUISIANA 2' .- c : Ca!dweil T; ith District Court G (, o o ] . : ii -: Th :. 1 :.e follow : i , r.,, ,- c(m olIj-e the '- . ... l',r' S rera\\n fIor s' rvwit ., th. t 'rnm ofl the 1)is trict (',rt in add for the Parish of Caldwell, State of Louisiana, be rinning on Monday, December 27th. 1915. iz: NO NAME 1 W. I. teitzcll, 2 W. A M)avis, 3 W\. 11iI. 11.11, 4 T. J. Dunn, 5 11. C. . L ks, 7 T..1. :, !) A. 3. r.i , 1 ) ('. '. i. e , 11 . ,. r, r , 12 J. '. j ": is. 1J .'. rr on, 1 i. (1. I'ebert, 17 1.. . inderneau, 1 J. I. tusby, 19 i . I. , t. 20 J. N. \' ,, ine. (;iven ,:;d. .r :;:, hand and seal, oltic ia y, at 1( 'o,,';: uia, La., this l)ece:ibe: t; : 14 13.. M. L. Mecom, ('i'rk ;)th. District Court, Lost Strayed or Stolen. From th'! Mec('rumniu: 'hlaoe three Inil,,s v:,-t ol! ('!'t rks. I,a. Description: One redl cw about 2 ,,ars old, with bell on,. i.arL: un:nown. One three -ear old red ht.ifr, one 1 1-2 year old .-:r, both marked ulper figure 7 and ider bit in it-ft e...

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. — 24 December 1915

PAY IT NOW. Pay your Poll Tax before December 31st 1915, or you will be unable to vote for two y The Caldwell Watchr. VOL. 30 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DEC. 24, 1915 AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Karl Treen, Director This is Planting Time! What abhut that cover crop you were going to plant this fall or winter? You have time yet. Do it before Chriitmas, so ,oi will have it off your min!] and where it will be growing. Teams and man have to eat 365 days a year. Fences and building have to be kept in repair, taxes to be paid. Why not have two crops a year instead of one? We can double our profits. The winter crop is easier made than the summer crop. Besides, it has the follow ing recommendation: By cover crop is meant a crop that is put on land to (A) pro tect the land from washing, (R) and leaching and to (C) furnish grasing and a (D) crop to turn under next spring, or harvest. An erosion is the gullying of the land by the winter rainfal!s rushing down the hillsides. It takes our rich dir...

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 December 1915

Published Every Frday_ Entertud at the pastolli ca L luinbia. La., a. s Ti-ci.- : a-[ a.a ( ,a:t.«; ou:rt a f Ca" w ci ,, aree .. Caiuwei W atchman was launched into the newspaper v,'or:? sn; since that time it h:,, ti S*' , tn .S Alt, I,'"; tioi.s which tie country nev: s; per cannot escal,. To, xay it i: re o ,rnize*! as b.'irg ore (,i ti b -st i]h1:Ce ipr;ilt newspai,'-º' iI "Le ;" :.. itest Survive" d ( ' t Io`r i ac x ' . t ; St Sov . . ." . , iVs i r : stte r:etC TCSgS:;n and tile ill:e IS at han w n e d be est dulterted aft an as we di de will s"iak of it onl al ant ovi- . "4, lu it is ir. i, s1.) tt' r `- Lit r .sgsiofl and t .1e i.ii .e is at han',i when he Touid he cast hý the wa.. 1,'e a.;, .d - .-: d made intentionally error, however ast of course would he t.,ure a.d ', .a dulterated graft and as we dis the case may be, the man is eith er unfit or incompetent to hoid the position for which he aspires. The Hit Dog Howls Ever see a bunch of dogs out in the street quarre...

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 December 1915

Local ad Sociatl appenins Aerrry (1thristmas 1 All We extend to one and all a cor dial invitation to call and see our fall and winter goods and we be lieve we can supplylyour wants. Thanking you in advance for "giving our invitations considera tion.-Louisiana Central Lumber Co., Clarks and Standard, La. adv Edgar Myers, who has been pursuing a course in penmanship in the Bowling Green Universi ty,Kentucky,for the past several months, returned home last Sun day a full fledged graduate. Mr. Myers is a promising young man and we bespeak for him a bright future. Douglas McSween was a recent visitor to Monroe. Mrs. J. O. Nettles and child ren have departed for Marion where they will spend the Yule tide. Miss Zudie Jones of Clarks is the guest of Miss Thornhill. If you need a famous Smith field Virginia ham the kind the king and queen use we have them and they are the genuine article, send us your order. - Louisiana Central Lumber Co., Clarks and Standard, La. adv. Miss Josie Culpepper, t...

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 December 1915

1 2 11 1' Sand $1.00 11 .No other pre i' .. . ., , ne .Orac I' 7 nLOI~~J .LLEKY. er ' " ..',', .-'c rmc at1.OU n a ,, . No other pre-a I Two, Thotgn ad the ' "Speed She " "Dope" on shooting is plentiful. An Lhooters know where the right dope co o"d that it leads straight to Remington. Uk::. .-i..-iton-U3IC Pump Gun and Autoloading are th :s o today. Adopted everywhere, for use in ti . ver the S t by more of the men who are setting the pace in t er the .ri: ian any other make of guns in the world. - iii the matter of Shells-where is the sportsman who does i . not know the Remington-UMC "Speed Shells," Siteel Lined : .. v.e of the powder kept back of the shot, and showvin t S.: e! r any make of gun? S. ( ,pe--see the Remington-UMC Dealer. lie.. .Bal M : (ef Reminton-UM--the sign ...:-'men s iadqouarters of the town. r horne dealor and 2295 ' ing ..'rcants in Louisiana `:· Cs., WoolwortL Baldizg (Z33 Broadway) Re. Ysrk City -~~~~~~~~~~~ -·-~L v,0'iC ~~Q?(-- ~ I~~PBC A - FE (f f ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
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