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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 1 September 1916

GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS WONDER How they ever got along without Rled Cross Ball Blue. This really wo: er ful blue makes clothes whiter than snow. Get the genuine Red Cross Bail Blue at your grocers.-Ad., Both in Danger. At u certain 'mill therte is a itice ,, the elevat,-. v'hich reads uts follows: "No one allowed to use this eleh\ To" excSlpt the 1n[ Jo 'harge. Any ane doing so will be disehllar:'ged One morning Ililly - , rhtq witty fellow, kas Waiting to go tip frollt the secolal rooim, wl1n wat should step oif the elevatot ahloe but .he lit1:1nage,. Lilly t as steppling O11 to go up n hVil lth'e Ian: ge tinll'il(l around  l tl said "I say, en't Iyou reI'l" 'Yes."' saiil illy. "\\'WAI, w\hal dioes th:tl wt . say* :;t asltl li the Imlltw er. "l: gum, we'll a th l Ih ss: , ý, if w' re a-t theul.''l." --------- lDavid ýu ll sfo rd. thirty y,:'x mrlrrt1 as ]ead, renretlly rt itIrned to his 1Itre1a l 1horn1 in Tl'wn ,nl. Ih il. Any loan can r tltttnll vtain mun. n;t " all he has to dlo is ...

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. — 1 September 1916

Each Seacoast Senator Wanted Harbors Included ASdIINGTOlN.-'The debate in the senatte on ithe naval appropriation bill produlel d si 1e jeeuliuir situations. One, especially, occurred when the clause was taken up whih directs and authorizes the secretary of th,. navy to report to congress by DL)ecerumber 4. speciflec plans for the cost 4,f ,!l[prove nment of the harbors which will :test provid, :dlequate fueilities for opera tionis of the fleets it plotes aal" ed. ,ý 1 " About 10 on the ;:etic. gulf and " P'acific coasts were tentitoned. , Senator Penrse insisted that ,, 'hihelde'lphin be ineluded and this was donelt. 'Ment'l SenaItort S. AVlnsoIn ex- x " i+ ý) ler.essetet the it, '",, to se'e' the' IU1iIIIPR of+ Camnd , `n.N. J.. a:nd \Vil ini 'ton, l)el.. - -, In the !-t ndl Senator Sheppard re qu,'steel th;t -ix cities ini hIs state be included. Setnator Vardamian obtained i the :laiia- en of two cities in Mississippi. si Thie end caimne when Senator t verinan requested the a...

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 September 1916

The Caldwell Watchma n VOL. :,0. COLUMBIA, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 191i.O. UNUSUAL DESIGN FOR SMALL HOME Excellent Balance Is Maintained Between the Exterior and the Interior. NAS SEVEN LARGE ROOMS Yet It Has the Appearance of a Little Bungalow and There Is No Sugges tion of Crowding-Many Con veniences Provided. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST'r on all subjects pertaining to the uubject of bulldl: ;, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he is, without doubt. the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Ratdford, No. 1827 Prairlo avenue, Chicago, .Ill., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. There are few pedple who do not de sire an air of coziness in their bome- that suggestion of snugness which seems a part of the little bungllow and extends an Invitation to all who pass by to come into the little home where corf...

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 September 1916

Ind( PROPOSED S n tjo nil alls Sbore TO THlE quit rig), atlly CONSTITUTION OF LOUIS- and for Uial the Adopted at the Session of the dtil Legislature of 1916. of t I for Stoer ame To Be Voted On at the Congres- o4N1 I this sional Election. out 1 of t ~~lic Sctoo. ari f rleans re- ha port ma noer in a' 0 same mu' be tiiu'ei Act No. 4 4:ra mail lioise Bill N11. 4. By Mr. 1lyrne. Stal A ,JO)lN'r IjSOITI0N. that IP! '0pos in l n anr ;iar n hplm lt to) tile ', ,nsti- tax, tutlon of the Stati of Louisiana pro- 110 vldlnr for: h fudling cf cvirtaltn thor tbhs of the C1it of New Orilcans and oft of the l ho;trl (f Directoru ,f tI'h. I'u - ofI Orlean Schrlspii. 'arlh f rleans. re- shal pfor tlvely the issuance of srT il bontIs dcd by esai d it I. the pt rp ose l " ad thei friin inanner in "ilchwl samIe mrru; hme issued of t alns( the d ttiet anl fur itrl s oi f tir l att Be it yl fi) Nt c t re -, f :a - tie be bly of thes . o, L ir e, tos. twl'-tSh rs whe of all the nr-t';,tv ~t - l ol t:t...

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 September 1916

la r:-. ;.iai ! he elected by the v: !i e :'aid Parish for the term of ,ur r-:. anil who shall receive an annr.u . of ten thousand dollars, for) -:i hunidred dollars of which S,il ; aid by the State of Louisi ati;, in ,'qual monthly installments, and t hrlatnce of fifty-four hundred d,-,!I. - ::hall he paid by the City of N d)ric:ans, in equal monthly in .t~i!n,:rt-; he shall receive no other .,,,i .p.n'ation. lIe shall be a licensed attornc.. and shall perform such du t;,- ; are now prescribed by law, or Ini. x,,'re.after he prescribed by the General Assembly, and shall take no ,u.!. pra'ticee. He may appoint and r' 'iiv. :at his discretion such a.isisit rii i, \ho, shall he licensed attornveys., and suclh clerks, stenographers and 'ai:I oflfers as may be provided by ti, ('rnittission Council of the ('ity of New Orleans, and at suchl salaries and t erms (rf payment as the said Coinmis e),mn ('c, uncil may ordain. Sect"'n 2. Be it further resolved, etc., That this proposed arn...

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 September 1916

Ana ra.r L13Y 'Y4~R-j. ..T ý_.4. T.r. ý.ý4'i R. -."ýG7ýfC J tt: w~' vrrr+ t ??r L y p1` 1 P'fib: IL. -' S. P. d ,,l ' ; ' , ' ! ti ' ; . . ..l o, , " i . . 1 . .' . . . Io)' iJ~ i'i " 1EIt i'i , " he Si e , . , under the t T Ict, -I ' Ra refusi. tose.. tration aind resint i e ff o r t s , .ig I , . placed the \Ihole lmatt before' Coný'r, !;,, r action a < the passage riof tis i h S ,s ed the country one of the great- and ThiC is a s·lin s stit; 'n. The ize wc at a t:' i cR' niP i ; It s i' woulda have n. he, shuld a wake u. assert thi- ii hts .an. t, demand from labrll nd capit· 190 an ar ,itrati(n oI their dif.ferllec-s. str The eight-hour !aw is right and law. c congress should enforce it with pi1ce legislation, but there should also tl an be passed a  aw compelling the re", arbitration of industrial differ- . ;:. u ences in the worl;king of a pubic t :o ue service corporation Judge Dawkins Reply to Senator ' l, t Harper. MIr. Editor: thiS a.t under date of Sep tembc il2...

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. — 8 September 1916

Local and Personal Miss Marga"ette Traylor, left Sunday for Winnsboro where she will teach this session. Mr and Mrs Elmo May were here shopping this week. Miss Bessie Davis left Thus day for Franklin, La., where she: will teach this session. Mr. Clement Humphries of ward ten, was here this week with a load of his choice farm products. Miss Kattie Walker left Saturday for Roanoke La., where she will teach this sessiLmn. Mrs. W. Hi. Feran(l has re turned from Simsburo wherel she had been on an extended visit. Every progressive citizen in Caldwell shoilrdbe a subscriber to the Wathman, thereby allow. ing us to be reai progressive. Professor W. L. Langford, as sisted by Miss Zudie Jones will conduct the affairs of the Clarks high school this session. The Steamer Elam passed up Monday going as far as the Nav al store for a cargo of turpentine and cotton for the Crescent City. FOR SALE -Thorough Bred Mule-Footed IHogs-Colra emuned. i J. S. Kelly, route 2, Columbia,Lai The Allison Drilling...

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. — 8 September 1916

14j\ilNi hcfAkJM PAY By PROF. P. G. HOLDEN, Former Dean of the Iowa Agricultural By PROF P. G. HLDEN, College, 14 v i ,...-. ,.:. . .[.-g y.... I i n A F Inspecting Plants in Alfalfa Field. GET A START WITH ALFALFA There a:re few fari lrs \rwlvis.e lprof'its would not be increased greatly by rais ing alfalfa. There is no combination of feed so economical for production of beef, pork, milk, butter and eggs, and for growing animals, as corn and alfalfa. We need alfalfa, because it balances the corn ration and saves a large waste of starch which always takes place where corn is fed alone. We need al falfa because we can, in this way, grow on our farms the protein more profitably than we can buy it in manu factured feedstuffs. We need alfalfa because it enriches the soil and en ables us to grow larger crops of corn, oats and other grain; because it pro duces on an average double the feed value per acre that red clover or any I other forage crop will produce. Al falfa Is no harder to gro...

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. — 15 September 1916

The Caldwell Watchman )OL . L RoA., MORESTATETROOPS RETURN FRLM TEXA ALEXANDFRIA COMPANY ESPI CiALLYv PLEASED TO GET BACK TO CAIlV1P STAFFORD. BOYS GREETED BY FRiEIDS Train Which Brought Them to Alex andria Consisted of Fourteen Tour ist Cars, Five Freight Cars and Two Baggage Cars. .l*\a udria. '1'T rcTnalndir of the Fir>¶ Louis iana infantry regimerni, with a (iuota of six hundred and tift Y. iiien, corn prisini ('ompanies A, of f lomer, in command of Captain (Ford; I of ('row ley, in cow wand of Lieuit'nant l'alrn er; E1 of Iheltidder, Captain (G . (. Col ier: ) of (' Monroe, ('aptain It. A. Young, Jr., I of Amite, ('aptain 8. ! l)avis; K of Lake Charles. Captain W. W. 'oekrell; L of Shreveport, ('apt atii WValter lRandall; M of Alexandria, ('Cap tain I:. 1). Vance. First Lieutenaimnt O. (C ('lark and Second ib-ut nant A. V. Hundle,. arrived at Alexandria from San Ienito. A -short stop was Wait' at the Alexandria station, where the local boys were greeted by relatives and frie...

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. — 15 September 1916

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO TLHE CONSTITUTION OF LOUIS IANA Adopted at the Session of the Legislature of 1916. To Be Voted On at the Congres sional Election. Act No. 4 5 ':,t u:''' t:1 ' . ' . 1 ,. I o ti, l : 11 the ft ji ;,,,'1 r( i. 01' :'t ,t ' ''.1 1' ,1 (, a i ; ",r" t.1t , iii la h (d( t .n ,! ) 11 1'i : 11 t'' (. ft,:] tonII if n .i , "! I :r 1. i Be it ri:i .-ItI I ' tie Ia r ! W~onn o f b;e 'irii t,'c'et, Io-'1't s.' " Is totsbl of t':'" tit:, t 01~ tl)f1 ;:!',"t, .11 blyof the ' :l Ir" 1 , -lana, t~ '-!, of all the I1n ,', tion an! I'' ,, of ii r the Stat,. ti,' r t s o f t'" I be aine l ix a I , .0 parat "t ,I the fo ,gro s o; r'' 0 l Sectriri 1 r V i of Tl;-i's, aiy to " ti 1 : "' tm. membersg of the nimeoterdpi) ity Iis '-t. aItmi 1 O1 . I, 'onl inr i'so < enu . 0 .s the goverving htly ti ct.I''- -it', ad pted by a rob nii (, o it .!1Tl .(:" nueu previo 1, ; , ti t,, t1 r :,(t ef tii the roomhn, "1 .,;r-, : by authlei i I to u o i lers ($; tiu.fl1 hi'i to i 'City of nav ...

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. — 15 September 1916

Ito'n .hno shall be elected by the athe . ill Parish for the term t'ir .ears, and who shall receive an nialara of ten thousand dollars. h undr'd dollars of which a I h- paid by the State of Louisi a. in (Itual month I y installments, .. 1 ha lance of fifty-four hundred h:t1il be pairi by the City of ti'. arl--ans, in equal monthly in ;a iin nts: he shall receive no other '.tirpnic-ation. He shall be a licensed attorney and shall perform such du ti- c.4 are now prescribed hy law, or nt10y h-r.a-f'rr he prescribed iv the General Assembly, and shall take no uts pea l-iie. IHe nmay appiiint and rmiinv' at his discretion such assist nts, who shall he licensed attorneo-s, and such clerks, stenographers and social tilicers as may he, provided by the- c'ommission ''iunchil of the City of New (rleans, and at such salaries and tlirns of payment as the said Coinmis ason Council may ordain. Section 2. Be it further resolved, etc.. That this proposed namendment shall be submitted to the qualifie...

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. — 15 September 1916

C ALPWELL WATCHMAN i ubIisled Every Friday S1 ·.: 1 t i ' (l, ýý I· 1.,i"f" aL Coium~ hia, ý."1. - :1 !'.at I; at.er. P Iroprietor ir*~~ii ~ Editor of ColIumbia. ) f. - l Journal of Caldwell Parish. We ,e a ithi ized to announce . i.JJnIS, of LaSalle ;ea N iate for the office of I'r thi T'ihrtieth Judicial e poseItd of the parish eli oryand LaSalle, sub 1 lt :acti(n of the Demo \\ e ai thorive to announcet S. IL. 1 ichey : i i:ato for the office of ju gi of the Thirtieth Judicial I.1a e At i to the action of i .me.."r::tic votors of the said .S. G regory Jr. Killed. )n last Saturday the 9th, Aron Manly shot and instantly illel S. S. Giregory, Jr., at the1 Locks and Dams, near Riverton, it v aril one. It seems that there was a misunderstanding be tweer,;n the two young men that had existled for some time. when ticy me t Saturday, old troubles were renewed with the above results. Both the young men are prominently connected and the tragedy is a profound shock to the community. After t...

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. — 15 September 1916

Local and Personal Mr. yIve Meredith of Grayson, was here on business last Friday. Several of our business men were visitors to the Twin City this week. Dr, and Mrs. Adams have re turned from a few days vacation spent at White Sulpher Springs. Miss Fannie Tarver of Natchi toches, arrived last Sunday to take up her work in the High School here as Music and art teacher. The Rev. lowis Albert Banks of St. Louis, Mo., will deliver lect urs at Golurmhia, Grayson and Riverton on the 24th inst.,on the sub;ject of "Nation Wide Prohi biti)n." A more extended notice will appear next week, Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Nettles ihave returned from their vaca tion. Mr. N: ttles is the efficient agwnt of th' Iron Mountain Ry., her' and ' vi' b ack to his post M e...1. A. VWarner, Honorable President of the Police Jury and prominent business man of Cray son. was in town on Friday of last week. White here, Mr, Warner paid us a social call and his words of encouragement makes us feel that our offorts .are wort...

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. — 15 September 1916

Vienna Sausage and Sliced Dried Beef 'Both contain less heat producing properties than heavy meats. Try them for summer luncheons and picnic tidbits. Libby, McNeill a Libby Chicago Insist on Libby's at your grocer's Most Likely. "W'hair is Ith uI of thiis urticle?" "I really tont know," reJliaul 1he clerk; "I thlink, it is intº i; b l to he sold1( for a I hrisli:: owt. THE BLUE THAT'S TRUE. Red Cross all IBlue gives to clothes a clear, dazzling white, whiter than snow, not a greenish yellow tinge like cheap bottle blue. Puy Ited Cross Pall Blue for next washday. You will be happily surprised. Large package at your grocers, 5 cents.-Adv. Her Failing. First Mirn (girl----l cal't quite make uIp tay linl l about Dollie. Tlihere's somethini.* luee'r abltut her. Seconld Mot t 1rn ;iil-I11 Iell you what it is---she luis an elfelainate streak.-Life. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula ...

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. — 15 September 1916

Foolish to Suffer Iiv} ,e brave enough to aich the, or headache, or es. lint if, in addition, ur n is disordered, look out! a don't try to fix your sick i ys, yuin may fall into the lys ,f kidney trouble before ;niw it. But If you live more ully and help your kidneys Doan's Kidney Pills, you can tle pains you have and avoid *e danger as well. An Arkansas Case W. Roy, carpenter 731 N. Third St., Fort Smith, Ark., sa y s: "F'or t wo years I suffered from pains in my , ac k. When I caught cold or exerted the hamns got so lad I crolld har syv nmove. '"- Thr; kidin,"y sracrtions p-:ssed too frequontly and the tlow w a sciinty. rTatLn's Kid net Pills put my kid nei:s in go'd shape I nd the poison was removdcrl from my sys tent. leaving ue0 free frrn the cches and p ains." Get Dean's at Any Store. 50c a Bea OAN'S "'PIL__ iTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. SCONSUMPTION id ynn knowr that hundrpds of safeprers thh'.resumpt'or, . asthoma aundthe!rirldrid :nw art Ct-ung reltef by uing Lung tim Ar...

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. — 15 September 1916

.4 t 'u,, ( . . 6.''--"- IT' SO. Ti. C A L.L NA'I(NS the ,iahti. It tv(' fair on t i'v \\11:o 'd o I the ( rcolo ý;al stru" l It , iii' it k Qukliýagy t'ivili/.81 itil to iili 1'e'1'\ fo'rwhl~i'tion but 11v lione is it ahdI ivth Iinetre breathltes eageiness than I by' tiiat 1'rovintes oi tilt w'-sit'Ir .illy < if h Charol t tinns which is cut oltY fromi its kinireld andl botund by fetters i if iron iinto a sheo f of alien races. I 11uzya r. Sliv, lIo)niui. ('ruatiion, Teiu tul-vwith his fellow-stitj'Its ofe Kaiser I Franz 1Josef the Latin inhabitant of I Tr:lnsylvania has :hsolitilv no sia- ' 1 ath:11y. On rile ('oatrary, he de ttsts 4 It Illm, n11 d aIl ll, Ilo;ghlt he r4eserv4.;: his dtallist ihaltredl for his hard task- 1 tastier, the liliia' nliir. hut we:ith tihe th(umntliian ol the furti n r sile of the ( Traasyl vanian Alps he has :Ill thin 5 in t in ;to, blood, laugh ua , dt'scet , at I.:o nutinia, the Itouian's land; Tr'l- Vt , tha t parit of the imnl :il's launl I 'tich...

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. — 22 September 1916

The CaIdwell Watchman VOL. 30. , SEPTI , :io.L FRIDAY, I ' I(2, l ABANDONTHlE D EA TOPROTECT LLING LEVEE ENGINEERS WILL LEAVE ST. GABRIEL CEM-rERY OUT SIDE NEW EMV1BANK;1ENT. SAYS NEW LEVEE ILVPERATIVE Cave-in Reported By W. J. Moget, State Engineer, in Charge of 1=on chaitrain Levee District-Siough ing Several Hundrcd Yards Long. A, graveyard will hay Io -acri fitjedi to the (ncruacini. 1iIt f>r th .:issippi river at St. to bri.I t pr(,% the living from .ts tnodi wat trs. A - rious cave-in of the baniik of th,. rijt at this point has n("ee1r. 1"d at n0( wl levee and the ceunethrv. imnimdiateiy behind the levee, must be left outstoe of the protection of tlih new embank- I ruent. The State Board of Engineers hesi tated about abandoning the present levee line because of the location or the graveyard. But the cave-in is of such serious proportions thlat tlhe board has decided a new levee is iu perative. The sloughing is said to be several hundred feet long and extends to the foot 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. — 22 September 1916

PRJPOSED AMNIENDNMNIS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF LOUIS IANA Adopted at the Session of the Legislature of 1916. To Be Voted On at the Congres sional Election. Act No. 4 ?loust (il N". 4 TBy Mr Bvrne .1 .M IN I' 1l l I 'lIi N Troposu'g all o a""r'"ia t ; to t'1 tt t tutlol, or the .lmat' "f a r:u r vidlin g fill. ' hI !," '.:t 1: -, i l ft'I, 1 6elts of ti' ( i' v ": N w ui i., ; 1 i-f th.' Hl ,I't I VI~ t",s ! t . ui lit S bh i 1; l 'i "' I ! I.', apectively t U. issiatie 1- 1a 5i tl: : t' i a 'Ntt S i5 it . t1 r ~ ' te i th e ':i: t ; n1 ii i' ) rtie ii u l s , of all t"f -r m ~ te t~ i t'ncurrl i ,'t"ir .t tr (1 the folliwi g privh h'Is: te r'itt by a t :te o. tI !!:. i e members of i VIii ii' o I ti it''if City lI t. ajiat ii el Oresilutiin if the C m on h iii 4 4'''El. i f i t i i vs 'r.as at topte , it ti t'"!'-!! it." l s t, I ill the made,'l.f prod evb ;,s t"-n r t:r Sng h d,n 1.ai TI'' powe "t' N :s he!1;t~s by aut (lie to tisie N: ne .1!i''.n 1i1I lars of$1. it ii it t o i1" iti...

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. — 22 September 1916

lean-, t ho shall be elecIted by the or voter4 ot the said P'arish for the term de of four years, and who shall receive an b annual salary of ton thousand dollars, forty-six hundred dollars of which ed shall be paid by the State of Louisi- pr ana, in equal monthly installments, er and the balance of fifty-four hundred al dollars shall be paid by the City of ti( New Orleans, in equal monthly in- p stallments; he shall receive no other or compensation. He shall be a licensed ar attorney and shall perform such du- le ties as are now prescribed by law, or in may hereafter he prescribed by the General Assembly, and shall take no th outside p1 act i-l. He may appoint and removo at his discretion such assist ants, who !hall be licensed attorneys, cr and such clerks, steno; raphers and special officers as may be provided by the ('onrniesion (CounIl of the City of o New Orleans, and at such salaries and terms of payment as the said Comnmis- t sion Council may ordain. ter Sectihn 2. Be it fur...

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. — 22 September 1916

CALD WELL WATCHIMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the poscofice at Columbia. La., as secondi-class mail matter. S. P. WALKER, Proprietor ROY M. fil'NDI.EY, : : : Editor' Sub. cription--$1 per ear in advance Otlicii (0 )gan f (Caldwel P'arish School oard and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. We are authorized to announce i F. E. Jones, of LaSalle c as a candidate for the office of s Juldge of the Thirtieth Judicial Y Dis' rict, composed of the parish- I es of (Caldwell and LaSalle, sub- n ject to the action of the Demo cratic party. 1 ti . e We are authorized to announce f S. L. Richey A as a candidate for the office of r judge of the Thirtieth Judicial It District, subject to the action of the democratic voters of the said S district. T T Pro ceod nbs Execulive Committee. ti Columbia La.,Sept. 15th,1916. N The Parish Dem ucratic Execu tive Committee for the parish of ni Ca!dwell. met this day at the pf Court House pursuant to the p adjournment with the th fo...

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