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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 18 February 1916

,. CaldUw elOUA aRIEOhman VOL. 30 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRI8Y, FEB. 18 1916 m n gggrrk 2 g Mi guiaNO.11 BFRNC MAPPED OUT i r ...i~TE SUNDAY SCHOOL EVT, i~~N TO BE HELD AT S; LVEPORT A.r.i 4, 5, 6, 1915 .-. th- Annual Sun !. ! vention is an ]. i ,,, ;-nreveport. T'ues . i, and Thursday, - .It will be the larg . of its kind ever St:te and will present t pri'oram ever pre . daisiana Sunday n pcovidles, not on : 0~ ass convention D , ivisional Con rcsday, Wednes irlay afternoon, -.stors and Super ' ; en+' ces on Tues Ss ay afternoon. , :: Division work . ,, - 't 1l by Miss Nan Sf the Louisville ,',:, , a Sunday S . t and writer of i repu.tation, Spec ci:. . , , ill be given to the ,: s i. f the boys and girls i: ... !:. Miss M. E. Ken .: n 1nl £i:Scretary of the ,i ·: ... S mnday School As s,, , n, 1*,vinig been secured for:' ! . The Adult Bible Ci. ,. will be presented fE u :nles. Mr. Marion S•: , ,. :I . ral Secretary of . :: .:: Sunday School A.;~ n, and a Sunday : :., tendent fo...

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. — 18 February 1916

CALDIWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. H. C. BAKER, Editor Subscription-S1 per year in advance Official Organ of Caldwell Parish Schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. FROM ALPHA TO OMEGA The editor of this paper, dur ing an eventful and varied k reer of nearing half a century, has crossed the deserts of Arizo na, where the sands and winds were hot and the water scarce; has crossed the Great Divide and journeyed through the sun-lit orange groves of California; has traveled through the PugeL Sound country and viewed the beauties of flower-laiden Seattle; has stood and watched the ever restless Atlantic surging at the Carolina shores as if still making vain efforts to upheave the far famed Atlantis; has stood and watched the commerce of nations pass to and fro through the Golden Gate; has loitered along the moon-lit shores of the Mexi can Gulf and heard the wild waves echo "Pa...

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. — 18 February 1916

.,oa - anSd ocial , ar ,enin,,s Aoc& '/ a·a f ry~-N~ y M r~V ~ ~ I~ oiiss Ann!ie -aabel Swift of Man!'i: m- . ';-ited her mother last Su . Cc . ',.r, , Jr., of Jena visit ed l:,i: i, i, ·re iast week., The !' ,,. . ,r, in 'rs. A. I,. F`l . :- "ui School class at t ;1.1- t ::'cii to the one mki, hI , ,it record( in at te:.Ih . ' o,: uat and les sonsi 't : l , ' C',,r three mll(tIt . t ' rei i y Little 1\li. -b t .. :, tn:t. r last Sun day. et .; ,, i,,., t r I s. ; . , '' .'. Iii J ", of River to \'n ii... .'ti .r sunday. -(at 'W.ins " ~ : ilr. s here I,. _,. 1i ! t: ,' .'tO.i1t `% was in I ' i week. W .. t '''. , iy. lr . - ' . ,, ( ray son I u1. h CIlumbia S''" t . ni  the se rious i :,, . T . ieredith. i, ' t f ,m vari ous s, - 21 ;+ tý that there is ui. l.: i e in; from the hih . ,ofmia and Cal:iw( .l :. i i -, vin:' along sphl:ni' ;- i eyody hap py andi cI .::t . A . ',. A ' 0 o ' , . i san return  k f1),m Ne:\ Orl,:ans : a b. ,n at tendin, .. Cmntion. W hile in Cs' ...

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. — 18 February 1916

OUR PUBLIC FORUM J. S. Cullinan ON CITIZENSHIP. " 'I Mr. J. S. Cullinan, President of the Texas Economic League, In inviting the people to study and discuss citi ,ý ,zenship and to give special attention to the problems o0 ".  government, said In part: "Before we Fan intelligentl. study so Important a subject as citizenship we must flrsi Sdefine it. What is citizenship? Who is the best Ameri can citizen? Search the statute books for a deuni Stion of citizenship and unless one is a member of the legal profespion we immediately become entangled in a j; "flabyrinth of confusing and ofttimes cour$ tory laws, seeoking to promote or restrain most QyeY10r Of hPais activity, much of them good, some of the d b Id others indifferent. But laws come and go; the ettutioe, is Irannlt. The preamble of our Federal Constitution states that our govtrn 1; ,,' i.; organized to give its citizens liberty and happiness, Read the Declar. S~ion of Independence and the Constitution of the United States and ...

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. — 25 February 1916

The Caidwell W chman COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEB. 25. 1916 VO L.0 I n WOMAN'S MISSION ARY SOCIETY ELECT Officers for the Current Year and Hold Several Very Inmportant and Enthusiastic Meetings The Woman's M:i 'sicuary So=" ciety has begun tie :e,'r 19i6i with a number of cm n :tiastic meetings, the :irst bei;ig hid with Mrs. J. J. ieredith, when the following odice,.s vw:u. d!:.ct ed for the ensuing, y,.ai·: Mrs. C. P. Thobrnhiil, p.i dent; Mrs. A. B. S.vift, I;t vice president; Mrs. F. \,'vWtun, 2nd vice-president: Mt's. S. P. Walk er, Treasurer; Mrs. A. 1). Bridg er, treasurer home dec,:::rt:ment; Mrs. J. J. Meredith, recording secretary; Mars. I. B. aay, cor responding secretary: .is. ' V. E. Godfrey, missionary superin tendent; Mrs. B. H. Redditt, superintendent of publicity. The second meeting was with Mrs. R. R. Redditt and the third with Mrs. H. H. Rogillio. The last meeting was held with Mrs. A. B. Swift on the 16th instant. There was an unusually large at tendance and ...

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. — 25 February 1916

,CAi WWELL WATCHMAN ':,i~a hed Every Friday Sat :.i, postoffice at Columbia, .. 5, scoll-c!ass mail matter. H. C. RAKER, Editor ~',!.-,o;l -~$ 1 per year in advance S.,I :r-an :,f Caldwell Pariah Schooll il',d and Town of Columbia. (O.ict l Journal of Caldwell Parish. THE WATER AND ITS PRANKS IN COLUMBIA SHaving an abiding faith in the ,Ri'1bowV and The Promise it }'l r-.= ent;: the Watchman does r, hesitate in assuring its read er- thht we will not have a flood but whce asked about such a :::- .utter as an overflow our St- ;inent leads us not':to ,;rFtic.ate in the premises, t:i' ugh we will h.zzard the re rn,(.: ', unhMl: s the Ouachita at t ;; 'easf. to rise, an does . -., ,,,: will rceive a .- r in fr ;i i murky Ae!i,]y tle water has inva -i ain precincts of the city ,r ÷;: that section occu:pied by t e ::il being well under and ati this writing the waters are ad výani. (,n the popular Swift ii.:t!, whiere the entire rear' of tht p:r. perty is under water and the cihckens a...

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. — 25 February 1916

Local and Social 7(appeninýs Any medicine or anything in drug sundries that is advertised can be ordered through M. E. Yarborough, Columbia, La. Clip the advertisement and ;send it to me, with the price that it is ad vertised for, and I will send the goods to you prepaid. If the goods ordered is not carried in stock I will order promptly and send to you as soon as they ar rive, prepaid. J. R. Clark of Grayson moter ed to Columbia Monday in his new Ford. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Chapman spent Sunday in Monroe. Mrs. S. P. Walker is on the sick list this week. Among those attending the movies at Clarks Tues,!ay night were Dr. Adams, Mrs. Butler, Misses IMaude and Muriel Bond and Ethel Carroll; Messrs. Le land Hamilton, Robert Meredith and Gilbert Jarrell. Bryant Miller, Harl Chapman and Leonard Jackson of Clarks were in Columbia Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Adams, and Misses Bond spent Sunday in 01 la visiting relatives and friends. J. F. Hlughes of Riverton was in town Monday. Miss Ela Reitzell of...

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. — 25 February 1916

9 Great Serials The year 1916 will be crowded with the very best reading in The 6itls Colmnion 9 Great Serials 250 Short Stories sa Rare Article. Nature and Science, CUT THIS OUT ,.xceptional Editorial Pag., ;'amily and send it (or the name of this a) Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Chil with $2.00 for The COMPANIO dren's Page. All ages liberally for 1916, and we will send provided fo:. FREE Al the esof THE COM. Twice as much as any magazine PANION for the remainin gives in a year. Fifty-two times S - weeks of 1915. a year-not twelve. FREE THE COMPANION HOME CALENDAR for 1916. Send to-day to The Youth's Com. T he 52 Weekly Issues of panion, Boston, Mass., for THECOMPANON for 1916. THREE CURRENT ISSUES-FREE. SSUBSCRIPTIOCNS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE An Overflow Is inevitable! If you are in need of an engine, a motor boat, or a small flat we have it. Engines 5 to 40 H. P. LACEY'S GARAGE, COLUMBIA, LA. Our Greatest Offer A YEAR'S READING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY MADE FOR YOU The Progressive ...

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 April 1916

VOL. 30 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APR. 7, 31b1 DEMO(?RATS, ATIEUJIeN! The General Eection Wl! Take Flace On Tuesday April 18th 1916 Slouisiana Expect:. Every Democrat To Do IHi. Dt.t' The only hope 1',, he n' mooe reptublican ticket hi ,f be'in, elected is f,: ll; d i t:.c rat s (,f this state, and easpeiai ly of :he I country parishes &) slay at hona, and not go t) the polls a td v,;te. We do not believe y:li will aid them by stayi:ng at hmew anrd not doing t ull' it, ;t a go, d citizen. The den;, e: no; - nee for go. leli :, ,: . lin , . Pleasant, dto a i'ht'.,- . ward, mrraniy and Iop' :i:Tht any was nomina L- d ," n2; ,\ ,i'V,. 1, ii1 ing" Iajoritv' a.. ,p r, I th a; .1 thenselvev at t:h. hail, o:.I: 1i,( legislature adr:i ai! t li i~t, t' - b: cers willi be .d2ni ' ,n-. Ce;y ( how foolish t,, el c: a: rogres a sive party nI n 'i , ',.rn r it order that he might t-ar up an{ a destoy the deocraliaci party io I this state. Col. PIi:a.::nrrt is native son of Louisiana, educ...

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 April 1916

S -' ve ry Friday . t " . Lce olomibia, :, -, '..,. ,-e.. - + :, ' tr."te . I Zdi~l(r SuO:'I · in a1rCdfl( e O3~fic·; · · '.. · x C'OdweII P~a.-.·. thr r fed' with m, ., rae· uat n Pt i'I( wh, ' , r"r,. 'i' their CO 1, gic la! far t .r , <' . th; sh: n,.! in, . " ::,'n .t'l.e , he. 11.i t "'i' the . : i t !c' rat('e ' day , h out (c.L . . i)0 w I'i, the wrli ' ..:Ite ,'. o\' n .. grave , or ' "'. te s , .., here ,, .' , r ; :t týt is suc' for ri, , c,, 1  !i o .:i ish .. . c r tu first : ' i " . a: th writer k O o es u f abo't- e...a. suLnhd the ,sam as 1;,,, ',vl a:sw. rd th-iin ' last '. ti ..,lI cal onthl bloh, ( , . t.. 1;(urg' the nig'hb _ ,,r(, rickett made his world's famous charge. If none are buliei here their bones may rest upoJ4 .t-at historic ground and in unkno)wn, unmar-ked graves, ::,d if th:at be the case we should have wovten a south ern cross of roses rare and de posited it in the city of the Mi lent m;ji-y wvith a hope an.i prayer ta.t its beauty and fra 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. — 7 April 1916

ocal ad Social 7'appenins _ _ _ _ _ Any medicine or anything in drug sundries that is advertised san be ordered through M. E. Yarborough, Columla, La. Clip the advertisement and send it to me, with the price that it is ad vertised for, and I will send the goods to you plte. aid. If the goods ordered is not carried in stock I will order promtntly and send to you as soon as they ar rive, prepaid. Mrs. R. Gray and baby of Mon roe passed through this city Wednesday ti r:,ute to (;rayvsn where they will be this week's guests at the Staiiings Hotel. H. O. Hebert fi' ward R gave us a pleasant cal Thursday. You are invited to call at Mirs. Ray's and see full line of Smith & Hill Hats. 3-Z?-2t Atty. A. B. Hundlv.y of A!ex andria was he.re ia:; week. David Dunn has purchased a new Ford car. Sheriff Godfrey spent Wednes day in Monro;e. New Spring and Summer goods are arriving daily at Louisiana Central Lumber Company's Stores, Clarks and Standard, Louisiana. Call early and save money. To o...

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 April 1916

The Next Issue of The Bell Directory GOES TO PRESS SOON Every Bell subscriber, almost without exception, is able to buy the goods advertised in this directory. Reserve your space today. Ask the Manager for rates. Supplements Changes and your other corrections advertising in listings but does not should be conflict made at once with other fox the new mediums. book. BOX 30, ALEXANDRIA, LA. The Louisiana & A"ralnsas Ry. j '. 1v, E!:N Shreveport, Ae.xandria, Winnfield, Minden, Jonesville La. Stamp & Iope Ark. Dependable Do,u-)e _)aiy Passeiger Service Exce; :'t Fst i;r. i ht Service ,me Roat O '. )perated byHome People c', : v f ; n iship.and your pa, n,. c fair dealing .\: the .; . iules, or write to B. S. ATKINSON, Traffic Manager, Texarkana, Ark. GEORGE W. THOMPSON Real Estate & Insurance Lock Box 38. Grayson, La. If you want to Buy, Sell, or Rent your Farm, or need Fire, Life or Health & Accidnt Insuranc See me. COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES I have on hand a com...

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. — 21 April 1916

SCaldw eli VOL. 30 VOL 30 . -COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, A-K" I 916 . UL 1 iý Cnint~ }1P gtntN o. 20 a .1 1 I COnt1Pnt s he sttedhenr n .,ks , ,nnu The Net Weight Regulations Good A modification of the regula tions for marking the wcight oir measure of the contents of fo.d packages has been annourrnd re cently by thL department in Fuo d Inspection Decision 1ii;3. ThIS decision allows the us; of frac tions in indicating weigcht and measure when there exists a def inate trade custem for their use. Under previous ruLlingJ a pick. age containing one-half gallon should be marked two (uart_ but now it may be marked as one-half gallon. This ducisionr decision permits the tra le to fol low in this respect established customs of markin., if the mark ing is plain and conspi :ous nd in no way misleading to the con sumer. The decis'on permits of thec metric system in marking fooc packages, when this system is I preferred, and specifies the termsr in which weights or measure t should be stated ...

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. — 21 April 1916

1i i fa., a 1's i11 C 1siý ..:Fliýl Pý1E 1 Olfchdi u.ru & (4f C'rdwel! Pa'rish. e . .. ' a T'i t t W1 ot in the same manner. ah. ;i( 1ii'. IL lle o i Pieaýant ref , i K ke: 2:2 ani S(1 2. CAlJJ 6F iHAn.KS ilu'' the coluns of the Caldwell Watchmin, I want to thaik l I for their in flute a: tI he general eiedlctit n ,i:I i Niii. While hi w son aigi has been, tedious an!1 x esi)'acing' the result bout i ()u" S.tahe and Par ish wil be a distict vittlury for the time h' :o.d )ricipals of the D mlcralic Marcy aod white supretodc . and a s. a fe rebLJR. to pu.)lJLcI 1.josta. ý anid civid irnorality. In r: turn for 5 odr cofid nce, I pledge yui I shall hame ho friends to rewerd nor enemies to punish, but in the conduct of the Sheritf's oflice, will follow the the letter of the law, with duty as my watchword. Aside from the honor of my election, for which I am deeply grateful, I rejoice,in the fact that our people have not been lured away from the plain path of duty to worship at the shr...

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. — 21 April 1916

Socal ·ae Hon. A. . Alex andri «A, . r at the'affice 'i Att tr . nce New S o are ari-: abil Cenral .nv s Stores, (.daiL Louisianv. save mo~ney.· The M hoth churcha- s . . i' at-. ended. was a M :*. Pat DQ:; * ud town Thu .I Any me w,. it drug n I tis: u can h'.o 0 Yarbo;-o i.. ; il the avrive t me, iit' ii 0 veitijed f . ! the goods to Ii tlh' goods ord 1ie ii stock I will .,' · y ' nr' aend to you as cý ;r rive, preLai . E. L. Weý u' , b~ -u-i-' ness man (J . . .; Thursday. Contract c a ui ness trip o i.: . it Cit\ during thie < The Cott ; :. ha:' been dislc': Ie t. r mer post in:: y ha. turned o\l' t t Posi. Master Jn:i , i. Sherit (..sines. visitor to onA v!1 ;asy Wednes:i . The schJ.. *. day and A: ..f special, p ..l taxt ******-- 'he Louisiana Arkansas i. tE POPULAR LINE BE': WEEN Alexandria, n, Jonesville La4 ' s & Hope Ark. e bsea Daily Passenger ,,rv:: SFast Freight Service A HI ,: _'s:e edI and Operated by Hor c :. w merit your friendship and yo:r v good :ervice and ...

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. — 21 April 1916

Our Greatest Offer A YEAR'S READING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY MADE FOR YOU SThe Progresslve Farmer Is made to cover conditions as they are to the South. Ye. sir-made for you-and if you will read and heed its teachings you will raise more cotton per acre, more corn per acre, more and better livestock, and make a money producing factory out of your farm. MADE FOR YOUR WIFE f .ý,i -The Progresasive Farmer has the strong, eat, most practical household department ;:-;,."." of any agricultural paper to the South. Its many features make a special appeal to our women readers and help them as It " '7.- does the men. MADE FOR YOUR CHILDREN The Progressive Farmer has a regular department for farm boys and girls, and a serial story for both young and old. 15 + . ý.-"-.wý ý fact it is a paper for every member of the family. The iest Two for All the Family-Both Leaders in Their Line THE .:uEWIFE i. Weinsde d to introduce and to be al t . ulling arrangement that will enah!i I a. to have The Housewife ...

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. — 5 May 1916

VO. 30 C OI o aI J~I I a , il I~~~~ a -smvdadscne t :a~ct lcio sh ed i low;,gOrdnane N. 6 ws ad 0*'l ORDNANEaN.1. Orderng aspecal eectin to heI hih in Scoo Ditrc N 1 in l Pais of Cad el for th -,r:,s of su mtigt h Slale elcos of te si Chm dstrc the qu to of * IQ Thl'C .elbrt: 0.,J. is mole ofoesli ic f oc a 5 ·d · 0.· I . -- - -- - .6d * I I I. ·. I a; ator. t 'I ta you coul posil obanelehr. Thi lag per cent. tI This s on of te may advn- s 1I~fo toes o buyig fro us. A oldca f hinad an wng us ree~ed Or~. sin i mdeofsoidoa, ful ol -ontrcton hs es qaltysoldre lin yalvniedchans vey eay hok, ad s tt Spca hi ot ol 3154 n "r make i fpe m plain L: C ry IIII I iqIr taxain fo a eido al ai o teabi col r Ia es id lcinsalb r par d bythe ecreary f 0 ParshBordofScholDiecor ant shl0 e i te flo form: PrS º,to tolv atr mi * ($,0 0) speia t on al th*rpry sb e * . a liss f ualfid letor, ssss .. I( 'II ins l ofth vte i nmbr n *~~~~F~l~r '14~10 fiv~~~~4 e a6o i.adohe lcinbak d t my 0e T p.s t cus te Snte...

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. — 5 May 1916

CALDWELLWATCHMANl Piblished Every Friday Ent r¬ ut tnhepostoticeatColumbia, La., . second-class mail matter. S. P. WAIIKE!. : : : Proprietor W. P. WATSON, : : : : Editor Sub. -rittI.t; ,-- per year in advance :1icid ' r;: of Caldwll Parish Schooll I;Uard and Town of Columbia. Of .cial Journal of Caldwell Parish. Under Columbia Spires The subject for the Sunday morning service at the Metho dist Church wil! be "The Difti culties of the Religious Life." Text; "S riv! to enter in at the atra;ght gate," Luke 13-24. The conun :nion of the Lord's Supper will fdkllow the discourse. The subject for Sunday even ing vill be. "Where will yuu spcnt eternity?" All are cordi ally invited to attend. Wise and Otherwise The fact that we are about to sever relations with Germany has no effect on the price of "hot dog" in America. Villa is evidently a centipede, for the loss of a few legs does not seem to keep him out of the going. The legislature meets on next Monday, and the usual amount of freak leg...

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. — 5 May 1916

Local and Personal We(: ': ore on Grayson-5 to I 4. is SI~erif¾ '- et dcCilanahan was YO' in t : i d;1\' for a few hours. to Q U " at i ier of GraysonI peole v. re in Columbia Mon- ph day. an Th p i::e jtry met Mondayj at "nd ,(: .d considerable busije:i. no Mr. a 'i s1'. Benj. C. Lanier co: and :ir.:-rl Mi.r.. Lively motor- ne ed p iron!Ii .;t Saturday. G ,es it oi us will go down t" and :sis: in placing Ruffin G., af in the iigh chair. C:,.iu IGic(;innis has returned fromn ':,,I , ,:here he served on ; au the ede1'er;º ' Grnd Jury. I ·an I 1. x i- o t n, of Lufkin, an Tex., 'as tihe guest of Miss Matti B *io n Sunday. to fu bMiss ,,; 1lla Stinson of , Gray on tihe week-end guest la of Mis. Nada Meredith last week. M; ºA. V. Fiuitt and family, Bi of nOd .". e., are visiting rela- th Me L slT·and Hamilton and M Isaioi iReoiditt visited Monroe tl duri:l the w:eek. 1ol The muiodel street from the rivnc" t t the depot is nearing consuletijuº. i. B. !Rciizell of Riverton was a pleasant ...

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. — 5 May 1916

MIEAL ALWAYS ICJ READINE". Eelicver in Corporeal Recuirrectien Has Ti.ble Constantly Spread Adjacent to Tomb. One of the most curious w.wbs in the Cnited Kingdom is in Coun'y WVexford. In it is lid the L'dy of one of that curious body-the Resurx ro tionists (Ur portion of the toumb it; a furnisth ýd chamiber, with a table and a fev chairs. On the table will be found at any time a dainty [eai of conxideralie dimensions, wb a o, a ham. a leg of mutton ;,mi lie nec-s sary driukables. The dc; ted Rs urreetionist provides by his will that this nmeal shall be laid each fortnight, and "if the meal Is untouched in the mean tinte, It shall be given to the poour and a fresh meal laid." So far the meal has been unftoiuch:e, tLouuh eerie rumors spread round the dis trict from time to time that in spirit form the gentleman has ap!pah ed and has enjoyed his meal. Curious atories are told of poor people to whom the ham or the ug of muttuon ha.; hben given being awakened In the vight by stranire rn...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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