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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 31 December 1915

CP Toenhtll 14 n ; atc hman VOL. 30  A] ,?\ RIDATY. DEC, . 1915 " -- * - -- -- - t N... " " 2 w AGRICULTURAL wE AT Kflrl T~recn,, Lirc~ ESSAY ON CORN B:;: l!ardie Fis:1er ly k:,); , a. ,"!r " i '. rN 1:' is prop),:' - (.;1.: :' . dian cori . I feo t,. ,.,: of An ica. p : t know.st, th, i- ha, ' 1: rope. it l. ori"s to , , family ,,;i haLs never plant JI, uLp,,u.. (T to 1 first in N .-*io; . ,i , I where thee ('An a; ,. 'o. ,t i, : favoral Y!e. Ther- are s;ca crasste c'! "or..,) , tiz , dent. J .t, s i'r. -i ,. and sweet corn. T h,:? cl 0. ra.e art distn ::; hed t.. differenmes in the structure t , the gr:iin, as well :i:; ; i, distinctirl chaacters. 1): e ,r comer ses all the vr!'r" ! b.' monly griown in tn 8 the South 'rn States. T" e bi , of the Am:rican corn c'..;, . ' longs to this race, Of all crops ,crown i, the Un,! ted States, corn is the m.; i ,; porta::t by reason of it, :nari- n tude and money value. It ,,rms the basis of American avic'ni ture, cont:ibuting to the: v...

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 December 1915

,Iublished Every Friday !,,Lra .,l at the postoflic' at Columbia, ,:. - - l-ass r:ail matter. 1H. C. BAKER, Editor : i,:-riptioin--$1 per year q advance i, ciai i )rgarn of Cah(lwedl Par sh Schooll 1il,ard and Town of Colu nbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. COMMU!NiCAiiu To the Voters of the Parish of C a!lwed: When I accepted the in;vita tion to appear on the platform and discuss the issues ,: the campaign, I did so in beli, ving we would discuss our fitness for the position of Tax Assessor and out indlividual merits,and not the dfmArits of the various canl-i (tlt... I soon found, howev'r, th;at :;one of the candidates b:ts ed their claims upon syrnlmat'Yij ai i the demerits of myself a, ,I wer\ , loadeil owlwn with aflid(v it-, certificates, etc., to prov: that i ha11 made all kinds of e: ri':S anl nliktakes, and they mIl:oe chai'e('s against me that were absolutely false. Not hav-: irg the records with me, I could n:. answer all of these charges from nwmory, hence this c...

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 December 1915

oC(1 alCd SocJal ,'..- Ji f; Robert MeItedith spent Thurs day in Monroe. Miss Jcuie C( !pejicr ., brothers attended the (,i. school program Friday ev:ni.:: B. Tubre, who is teachi a Vixen, gave this office a le ant call Wednesday. We extend to one and all cor' dial invitation to call and se,.i : r fal! and winter goods amnd w i!, - lieve we can supoly yoor xvt. Thanking you in advari e c r giving our invitations co,<~i L. - tion.-Louisiana Central Lo',: ýr Co., Clarks and Standard,La. adv H. A. Turner, forg'mrly of ilis place but now of Oakdale, visit ed his wife and daughter,ChristL mas day. Mrs. Turner is beo ter known as Miss Georgia llsWon. Mrs. W. F. NMino' and son, .! ton, spent the Yuletide with friends in Colliston. Among those attending te movies at Clarks Saturday cx : ivg were Miss Beatrice :i:x:, Mr. R. Mercdith, Miss Anliel Baker, Mr. B. Lanier, Ai ;sr. Joe Wright Sýi't. ('ecil Bri)n . Irvine Brown aLd Juhn E~Iwa 6 Godfrey. If you need a famous Sm!ith told Virginia...

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 December 1915

Our Greatest Offer A YEAR'S READING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ., MADE FOR YOU ", - -- '~~ • :. ' 't ., 'rr.igr..lirE Farmer is made to OOU :ncritlns as thy are In the South. Tea, 'It---mj '" fr r -ou-and if you will read . 1 P an ! r1 its t, achinge you will raise more S"-ý s ., ,, Y], ttra ;"r rt,cr, moor corn pir acre, wore n' :,! :i. ,t r v ~, k. u an make & money - ;.y . _ " : i l ar try wat ,f your farm. Y ' _`.st: rsMADE FOR YOUR WIFE .-.",r,,a ·...' , 'atI r has thu strong .. li i, r a ;tI . l u Itt h d ( departitient , " " " . . • , y ; , ultural pa:"r i tih" South. Its " " ...tu." s rak a il appeal to . " . "; - '., ~ ,,h,.. v..rs a,, h, ip thin as It FOR YOUR CHILDREN S.. '"' : , s a regular .r fa :.u i. t '' . and a L ""r a , r for ,.'ry olftbr of the 'a *. aily-Both Leaders in 'T Lirne !,V ,I This great combinttion of fi:'m ;ttn:-a, :tm help, fiction, fashion, fanc" work and good cheer far :s:: family at BARGMN i- C ES in connec.-on with your subscription to 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. — 7 January 1916

Thdwell Wa ctch man VOL. 30 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1916 NO.. ALL AUTOS MUST REGISTER FEB. 1 t Baton Rouge, La., Jan. 1 --On the first dC;, of JanurAy 11t - fice of the secretary of state ,as thrown open to automobile o hn ers for the registorin g f th.  cars. S everal thousand cars y::.e\ to be registered before the i:, .t of February or the o;. n, rs vI, be subject to a fine of f roa: . , $25, or inmprisonnment, ;.r both, at the discretion of the court, therefore Assistant Secret!ary ra State Richard Flower call.: Ith. matter to the attention ouf ui owners, and urges -t i .t act promptly in registei i i;; r cars. "If they all wait imt tii , ti mninute to buy 19!i3 licenses:, are sure to be delinq:-:. subject to the penalti(:; 1.f ...: No. 250 of 1914, \which plr,';ii,._ for non-registers," dercai r. Flower. "if all car ocer,,' the state respond' prom; ly .. do not delay registering, L10e ( work will be greatly faeiii ated and none will be delinquent on the first of...

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. — 7 January 1916

SL L W ElilA Published Every Friday Entered at the postofiice at Columbia, La., a.; ·ccoriti-elass ilail matter. H. C. BAKER. Editor Subscription--$i per year . ad~vance Olticial O(rga: of Cfallwell'Pa. ,h SchoolI Bard and Town of Coit :bia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. Anno. ::ce,,, !it I stated through the col urns of the Caldwell Watchrman last week that I was a Dec. ,rat, a,, f!:I th!,nbt a mdj,: .Y "f tc . of tha 1 ,arish he!: v d i .,: c ; ,g to much ,it ly f,;r 'he '.work I am doing, and de sired that I should refund c; m mi..s,,rs for assess ing sp( c:a! s ,:, ta: , I nwouI rea `t I i l, . itr i 1QeSt. A ,,.r Pan a.i , . a ! fl lt Il at ech:) oil ' ,.tl n n,,[;l, t '( for 6her,i pr ct:. i re r fid his con-i whether .- or ntl th I' hni:t the: c.. i i \e 'rs i to make tnr as rite ot the voters of this tur ii cf tnave l,rimary. l tcts and a e)i'"ra'e i.ail ,t 1), x at each prIfct, a majority ea voter to refunas a adio thesthe qucomisstions, of whemticr or n the foury ...

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. — 7 January 1916

PCLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS (Continued from page 2) men with all member esent. Letter of Dr. Dowling, Presi dent Slate of Health, read and on motion, seconded a,'d carried Police Jury proceeded to exam ine the Jail and the following report ordered printed in the minutes, towit: The Police Jury finds the jail in a faiiy good sanitary condih ion Petition from citizens of Ward 3 requesting that a p,iblic I,.ad be allowed to ext-nd froii i; e old Sorrell mill site, near the residence of H H! Tarver, foliow ing approximately the present settlement read to a ~IYit rn oh, Castor-Kelly ioad near the re..i dence of S H Brown, Sr., v:as read and on motion, seco: ,,ed and carried the followin<: namn'd persons, to-wit: H H Tarver a.nd W J Adams are hereby aipu ,t ed to review said route. prc'c the necessary right-of-way ai ' make their repo:t to t iis &3'.., at its next regular nectin,; ii Ilarch. Account of H L Hanchey for merchandise furnishel ,J iM MAia" gan and wife preseated by 11i C...

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. — 7 January 1916

C' WALi, LR ,; HIS OPPONENTS Alb ,iiUw3 liUW O THE BARKS ANiD OTHER CORPORATIONS 1YE.\ BEEN ASSESSED To the, Voters of the Parich c,' sý II -ý, When I acc ea' ', nvita tion to apealc, .tformn and discuss the issues "the campalpaign, I did so in be icvinm we would discuss our fitn, for the nositi,ýn of Tax Asse,.:;: and our individual merits,and in, i-te dumerits of the various cul i dates. I soon found, however, that some of the candidates b 's ed their claims upon sympat y and t.e inmeits of myself a. I wet:. i" ii ,;:wn with aflact : itS, certilieates,, etc., to pro, - that I hail made all kinds o" c roe :-:1:1 mistakes, and th in1 1A ch,,,re against mle that wirCe absoltely fai:e. Not hav in~ the recordi \vwi.c me, I cuuld noul an.wer :A1i o these charges from tnemory, hence this com municati n, and i trust you will give it your ca:: ful considera tion. I wanmt to say in the t.be gi.inni'., however, ihat a grc:t deal of time was sc(nt in g:rig through the assessment rolls fuor ...

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. — 14 January 1916

:' Thor~h She Caidwell Watchman- VOL. 30 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 1916 NO04 ITrrl li trntr anannonwavenA I POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS ORDINANCE I;( it remembered that at a r"-'tlar meeting of the Police "º º (,f the Parish of Caldwell in the State of Louisiana held on the 5th (lay of January, A D, 191;. at its regular place of meet in,':. at Columbia, La, at 11 o' cl ekP a m, there being then and thure present the following mem bt's. of said Police Jury: ,J : Bennett, T F James, P F C!?uich, ii 1Rogillio, J W King (' 1 Benson, J W James, J J i arris, J L Johnson, and AH fºumnhries. .'sent: None. Swhiich meeting certain pro- l coo Is were had, among which r ow following: 1.1 iJ 1rris presented a certain [ 'rni ;une , and moved its adop ti . nId whereupon J W James t (I said motion to adopt , su i ourdinance, and said motion s "i' then and there put to a n vXi )f the "Ayes" and "Nays" t a the1 roll being called, the ;f to:,n, iý members voting aye: J I Bennett, T F James, H ...

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. — 14 January 1916

, Eery Frii2ay *t, nuo tmii i a'1 olunabia, I iA F Edaitor -t -n$1 per year 1adv w ('a jffidwil:0 4; Schl;O . a,, Town of Coi' lia. o ;;cial Journal of Caldwell Parish. ( ar' ver. ; ed to t! e gentlemnat, .. *ned is a ~r'," of the Watchma: W.( E rinted off several hi ral ed r (a ),I(s last week b' ! hey a k een called for i ; (i:t.ld- it badlyv fur our file The Proper Solution. i it crd issued to the vo r0 'oL ny MIr. S. P. . late by As:cssor, r1n SI U c o l t: tl\ arll ,1 th tn ( t kit' ! tit a l~'c ii al - }),, ; ' ;;. :,. e is thea rI in ui 10 p~i 0" g..ICistheldt >1-Fin the s- x S . o . 0 let Iof 1 i \\ hes en .1 1' 1ýr V l .. . : d le gai .; -t tine wL: "c' matter and is free f. ry the suspicion of a hid for votes. To Voters Of Ward 3 Gent\ln: : ,As I am sick and will !, in: vble to reach all of you in pm'enlu as I have to served on th : fnl' ijry commecing Jan un . T17, I shall address you in thi a tiile, asking you not to fe . that I do not appreciate yoe support, for I ce...

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. — 14 January 1916

Local and Social For the next 30 days I will sell International Stock and Poultry Powders at the followin prices: 50c size 35c or 3 for *1.00 25e size 2 for 35c. -M. E. Yarborough. adv. J. W. Eaglin of Clarks has our thanks for his subscription to the Watchman. We are glad to see Mr. Brake Fluitt, who was accidently shot in the arm by Dr Adams while ut hunting Christmas, on the streets again. If you need shoes call and see us we handle the American Lady shoes as well as other lines. Louisiana Central Lumber Co., Clarks and Standard, La. adv Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adams are leaving for their new home be low Columbia on the river. Mrs. H. C. Baker spent Satur day in Grayson with friends. Almost all the candidates for different offices in the State, par ish and ward have paid our of fice a call in the last two weeks. The senior class missed very much last week Miss Nada Mere dith, on account of illness. Misses Maude and Muriel Bond visited Riverton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Chapman. Mr. ...

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. — 14 January 1916

Ore dinance No. 72 i. est assassca . value of all ;'i ;: Sta ty in the Parish of Cald Sar Al)1.15 as shown th orgi, rolls :hr w on file in :t of 't'ax Col.ctor of said irliunts to 'Iwo Million Two the s P i'tv-feur ThouSand Five an le S k and noh100 Dollars (ie t .1u)e avei B to bepraged Two Million On I piu::ntrd t: o Thousand One Hun dred and Sevenly-five Dollae ($b102, 175.00), for the preceding ur years ak uhowndby the certificate o the Par is!, Aosestor and whereas iiia ur opin onin thore is no reason to amprehend any' material decrease in the a~sesred valuation of said property in the next tenl years and whereas en rage of eight mills per s'rP. ; c, dollar was sufficient for al L J and or dinari expenses of the Pariah; Cald wtill for the past ten years and where as an annual levy of eight mills on the deiar generail property tax on I tax able property,within the Parish prnCald wpl is calculated to be suffici- ot to day alla the statutory and ordinar;m ex liiifsis of the Parish...

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. — 28 January 1916

VOL. 30 N CA S R J :ý 6 I' 111~~ii Cotiue Inteestig Es NuJitrfcto is one of the mnos-t rIlallrnv of nitlr 'ifct n is m m- chaningo litroelu ori mIB : 1 5 I1!f(, d int iri1C. • - ,' 0tl 101)11.ir - , Ii m +m l . º itsI~ .,\\ m1ii fuPn s the [1',-_ :'(,r Ji 1 m ,y wm i ll notio t J til ;+1 ' tlm (.u (I Sow + e h. dea- l with .\ 1t niricaii i otts Ieri iim (C'~  ltlle I adm ll iil e It i ver es1ti_1 thatm th o~ mer undestan []' method +.. andl one ll edlrrl~mfali. It sIleaIIT nitrital fu m . fIeI aiN IaW':. ' ca s lt-i+ 1 itý a lll ;m ll+ 1 n_-- Oppsit t llmm m ,m m1'c' i1 '- I es ;'tl lsmeCf' snlllfo t m__ "11id 'e 1)i ill'a11' should m he a '~, ft J tit'ti Aii orld . , thr sh~d tea g• ,1Is 0. . thisl, th groun s...... be li'i. )Tke an,.i Ii"ove nil - 'B i.- ow. l T hird, good sits I| ;talks will~ ll m~mr ~tl !onte,. Fot h, he neme!! l mll a ! t., i canno thriv inacl a dam 1111'-i1 ,ure si Water shout"6ul [_ sn n l ,, tit:-me sh ul be vg':e c ) tt'i sani~t 'Ch I SS rt...

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. — 28 January 1916

S------ I . :ld Every i'riday .. : it thepostotli,'eaColumbia, .. ·.·"rn(-class mail matter. C -- t (. . AKER, Editor v t .u,.-,.iption --$1 per year ii advance { : <n of Caldweti Pari . Schooll C l,aitd and Town of Colun ia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. D)idl vou man v'r t .A r~e you satisfie,. v the .c ii(, ? \\i!e all the candidates c,,uid ,t !e, l,,e!l, let us hope t'ht he numinees will take oftfie ith a will to give. the most e' XiL:L service of which they c' : i TlEH PRIMARY • .;'E JURORS e el Parish Vk. , i,. 20, oweil \ 2 ", *ln.s :7, Mayes. \ :;, ('launch 37, Dunn 14; at ', l. ,,,1,  ii. SIi,.s 147, W arner \n';:rdi 5, King 82, Shipp 50. \Vi:; ;, ;Bnson 3, Long 14; Ia. -2. \ ,i 7..ames 25, Parker 7. ,\ .: ;, BIrown 17, Giro 29. \V i,i 10, Bedsoe 30, Olwell Tnu ?,iildred Morrison arrived iis morning. Come out to ii. and hear them. Caldwell's vot,:" for Governor •.'a~s, Pleasant, 59. Barrett 280. For Lieut. Governor, Burke, 1:. Claiborne, 158. De la Ver g...

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. — 28 January 1916

Local and Social 7-appenings Local and Social For the next 30 days I will sell International Stock and Poultry Powders at the following prices: 50c size 35c or 3 for $1.00 25c size 2 for 35c. -M. E. Yarborough. adv. E. E. George of near Colum bia was in town Wednesday on business. E. E. George of near town, accc:npanied his eight year old daughter, Jewell, last Saturday to Jonesville, where he placed her in school. Alson and Willie Rogers of near here, were in town Tues day. Buy your tickets for the Mor rison Company from one of the students. It will give them an opportunity to earn a free ticket. Rev. Deal filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday. J. B. Blusby of Chester, Ward 3, was in town Monday. W. P. Kirlin of Ward 3, paid us a call Monday. The wind in the northern part of Catahoula parish did consi derable damage last Tiursday Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lively o. were the guests of the latter's parents last week-end. Ti e school children are trying to earn their tickets for the Mo...

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. — 28 January 1916

• : . m:~in r ., thatiat a S.. :tin;r of !he Police S ' ,. ri,h of Caldwell - ' I/uisiana held on of January. .A D, 1 ...ar place of meet , t . ( o,lmbia. La. a * 1 o' S , 'l, there being ien and i r:nt the follow' ig mem o n;aid! Police Jury: A i Iennett, T F'Jam. ', P F ( ' f I H r.... ... ,, King I( f Inenson, ,J W .T'~e's, J J ,.,, .1 L Joh.so . .JAH Snt: None. .,:ih meeting certain 'Wo c :;n we1 \V ere had, among w!ich «,. a following: . r ,i: ipresented a cer tin nili moved its a.1 P , r'~nlpon J VW Ja.i: s - i lotion to a< (i,t Oili 5':i(1 a o1( :(I Ihr h e ',1 , . a S" ".t;l' yeS and nays -...e l sho'wing the' i' " .".majority as re Sivi,', said ordinance ., , whiii:h orlio.ance is i- , a ,,i icures, to-wit: i,'iC:Ce providing for t:: .. ,ne (, road bonds of t . f C.aidwvell, in the S .::iiana, in the sum of fi ' : nd dollars ($15000) S , the provisions of par of Article 281 of the S: of said State and I . th payment of the S , i interest thereof. the parish of Cald w...

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. — 11 February 1916

The Cald vflan VOL. 30 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. i , VOL - 30 -l .-i ,..S.I-I, -TII.- . "l-T N -1 THE EDUCATION COLUMN FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS Edited by Levinia H. Egan, Chairman of Press L. F. W. C. WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN FOR EDUCATION Mrs. John Shut tl e wort h, chairman of education for the Federation, has planned a whirl wind publicity campaign for ed ucational betterment in the state of Louisiana that will engage the activities of her committee for the next three months. As a preliminery to beginning this work, Mrs. Shuttleworht has se cured the support and co-opera tion of the leading educators and educators of the state. In every instance, a request for co operation met with a hearty re sponse and, for a period of three months thirty-two of the lead ing newspapers of the state will carry each week an educational column furnished by the chair man of education. This column will contain terse and authorita tive article by leading educators setting forth Lousiana's educa tion...

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. — 11 February 1916

CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. H. C. BAKER, Editor Subscription-$1 per year in advance Official Organ of Caldwell Parish Schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. OUR SPECIAL EDImON The Watchman has arranged to publish a special edition of this paper within the next few weeks and with this end in view Mr. W. P. Watson, an expert newspaperman and writer, is making a canvass of the parish in the interest of this edition. This will be a larger edition than has ever been publish in this parish before and will have a larger and wider circulation, for besides two thousand copies that will be circulated in the p'ori,;h we will mail two thous . . . u' to f.,rrr'rs' asso n -l ' t.:_ h : !. No t' it will not i-:c our purpo:e tc' explain this e'lition but this ar ti,- is for ' no purpos of calling u:o, tl e friends of the Wa.tch man , nd every public spir;ted citizen to assist us ...

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. — 11 February 1916

ocal and Social J4appen/ings Mrs. Jno. R. McLendon and children of McGehce, Ark., are guests of her sister, Mrs. J. 0. Nettles during the highwater in the former's home town. Mrs. Katie C(ouch who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. H. C. Blanks, for some time has re turned to her home in Monroe. Mr. R, b-rtson representing the Daily Times-Picayune spent Wednesday here in the interest' of his lpaper. W. F. Minor had a pleasant trip to Monroe Monday. Verdie Blake of Olla was the guest cf his sister, Mrs. L. R. Adams Sunday last. Miss Mattie Russell of Kelly was the last week-end guest of Miss Edna Ruth McGintis. Miss Louise Faulk of Monroe vistited her sister, Mrs. B. B. Redditt last week-end. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Smith Butler has been very ill this week. One or C >lumbia's most prom inent young men, Howard Mc Sween, left Saturday for Mc-' Comb Citv, tMiss., where he ac-l cepted a position. Among those who attended the lyceum number at Clarks; last Tiursday night were Mi...

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. — 11 February 1916

ORDINANCE Be it remembered that at a regular meeting of the Police J try (f the Parish of Caldwell in the State of Louisiana held on the 5th day of January, A D, 1916, at its regular place of meet ing, at Columbia, La, at 11 o' clock a m, there being then and there present the following mem bers of said Police Jury: J M Bennett, T F James, P F Claunch,H H Rogillio, J W King C R Benson, J W James, J J Harris, J L Johnson, and A H Humphries. Absent: None. At which meeting certain pro ccedings werelad, among which were the following: J J Harris presented a certain orli;nanc, andl movei its,adlop t:r,, a.i wlhxereupn, m W Jame.:; se,n! ii sail mrtion. to adop. .'icd )rdiP(fan1e, and said motio 1i t,hen a-nd there l,t to, aL vx. 0.'e 'Avyes and 'Na:,: atu ti' ro,li heir;;; called, the n,,.. ment er v-i. e i :. , R Beni , " J J ,l la r1-s, and J L J4hn . in ...mnb The ;o,.,,.wi, v ..,l nay: P , tla ,} r ch. W ":, V i : ., ,t A 1; lI. nu .. '`es, in number. So t1 "c'.', and nay , L • . t....

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