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i PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE I
C. C. Roark of Grayson has
our thanl.s for his renewal B
which we received Monday. ors
Dr. Butler and daughters of the
Trout were visitbrs to Columbia Lou
the latter part of last week. tue
C. P. Fi:ler left Wednesday auti
for Houston, Texas, on a visit thel
.to his (laughter. Sta
Carl Trermi of Grayson was ed
in town Th;r-day and paid this mis
office a visit. to i
B. H. Miller of Clarks was in ish
town a short while Tuesday of
Mr. L; i' er Thornhill of Mon
roe spent Sunday in Columbia
with his iarents.
Dr. F. M3. MIecom and wife of tioi
Clarks left the latter part of last tioi
week for the Panama Exposition Aci
where they Vwill spend several
Miss En.sminger of Winnsboro A 1
returne., home Monday after mi
somitime spent in Columbia
with heri' W:.er, Mrs.W. B.Mask. cin
Mrs. W. E. Godfrey and Co
daughte.r, '.iss O'Ine, left Satur
day for Hot Springs, Ark., H
where they will spend several zel
Misses Davis, Marguritte Tray
lor, Lu(:i!'e Meredith and Edna S 1
Fant returned home Saturday dit
from N::tchitoches where they ral
have been attending the State
Miss Tharion Thornhill return- St
ed horim Wednesday of last V(
week aiter some time spent in
New Orl: ans and other points in R(
Louisia;aa. She was accompa
nied hcin: by Mrs. Chester Cox ge
and baby, of MIeeker, La., who
will be her guests during their Bi
visit here. be
Sunday School Entertainment N
"2,~r.~ . P. Carroll entertained
the Young Men's Bible Class at
his home. Each member was al H
lowed the privilege of inviting G
the younr lady of his choice, G
which most of them took advan
tage of. NAs the guests arrived H
they \v:re presented with a con- R
versation program, and then R
ushered t, the lawn. They pro
ceeded in getting their program C
filled out.On top of the belt a
they fou~ni their partners and
began conversing. Several se- V
lections were rendered on the (
piona deti g the evening by (
Miss Annie; Bel Swift,Edna Ruth
McGinnis, DIeEtte Eglin and 4
Ethel( Carroll. Mr. Joe Wright y
Swift 7gave a few vocal selec- 4
tions which was enjoyed by all
and added much to the amuse- p
ment of the occasion. Punch was t
served throughout the evening (
and at the conclusion of the
games, delicious refreshments
of peach cream and cake were
served. Among the members
the following were present:
Messrs Leland Hamilton, Robert
Sammie and Jack Meredith, Er-(
win Brown, John Edward God
frey, J.. W. Swift. W. Traylor,
H. Bridges. Among the young
ladies present were: Misses An
nie Bel Swift, Dottie Mae Pater
son, Edna Ruth McGinnis, Nada
Meredith; Edna and Ethel Oar
roll, Ste!la Carroll. There' were
several visitors present: Misses
Marion and DeEtte Eglin of
Winnfield; Ernestine Wood of
Monroe and Mrs. F. W. Walker
of Jackson, Miss.
Our revival meetings for this
year at Beouf River Methodist
church will begin next Sunday
at 11 o'clock and last eight days
closing 4th Sunday night. All
are cordially invited.---J. M.
Ssbscribe for The
one dollar a year.
Commissioners and Clerks of
State of Louisiana-Parish of
Be it known that the supervis
ors of elections within and for
f the Parish of Caldwell, State of
Louisiana, acting herein by vir
tue of office and under and by
authority of the proclamation
thereof, of the Governor of the
State of Louisiana, have on this
day selected the following nam
ed persons for service as com
missioners and clerks of election
to be held throughout the Par
t ish of Caldwell, on the 31st day
y of August, 1915, for the purpose
of taking the sense of the quali
fied electorate of the parish on
the question of a proposed Con
stitutional Convention for the
State of Louisiana, and the elec
f tion of a delegate to said conven
t tion, as provided by Act 33 of
I Acts of 1915, as follows, to-wit:
1 Ward No. 1. Corey School
Precinct-W B Reitzell, Sr,, J
o A Powell, C A Ferran d, Com
missioners; J R Hawkins, Clerk.
i Ward No. 2. St. Peters Pre
cinct-G W Martin, J B Fluitt,
W A Davis, Commissioners; C R
Ward 3. Kelly Precinct-W
H Hall, Geo W Ruddle, Q KReit
zel, Commissioners; R A Vin
Y Ward 4. Columbia Precinct
ia S M Love, D J Dunn, W A Mere
y dith, Commissionars; C R Fer
ey rand, Clerk.
e Ward 4. Grayson Precinct---P
M Fisher, J F Waggoner, J H
n. Stamper, Commissioners; W C
st Volentine. Clerk.
n Ward 4. Clarks Precinct---E R
;n Reitzell. S H Butler, Lawrence
a- Pettit, Commissioners; J P Bur
ox gess, Clerk.
to Ward 5. Fellowship Precinct
C P Bailey, J M Sherrod, F W
Banks, Commissioners; J A Gil
Ward 5. Vixen Precinct--W
nt N Reynolds, S 0 Dortch, Harry
Steele,, Commissioners; J P
ed Coats, Clerk. "
at Ward 6. Sardis Precinct---W
al H Gough, J P Harris, W F Har
ng Grove, Commissioners; H T
ce, Gough, Clerk.
n- Ward 7. Fredericksburg---S
ed H Thompson, W A Redditt, A
n- R Harralson, Commissioners;. A
en R Rentz, Clerk.
pro Ward 8. Brown's Mill-.-Adner
am Clark, JD Mott, FI Girod, Comn
eit missioners; H 0 Hebert, Clerk.
nd Ward 9. Cotton Plant---W A
se- Wall, W L Estess, R M May,
he Commissioners, R L Meredith,
uth Ward 10. Shilo Precinct---P M
nd Volentine, CR Elliots, D C
ht Humphries, Commissioners;Rush
ec- Vincent, Clerk.
all In faith whereof, we have
se- hereunto signed our names at
was the office of the Clerk of Court,
ing Columbia, La., and in the pres
the ence of the two undersigned
nts competent witnesses on this the
ere 4th day of August 1915.
ers M. L MECOM,
ant: Clerk & Ex-Officio Supervisor.
oert J. B. MEREDITH,
Er- Chairman Board of Supervisors.
lor, J. E. Humphries
ung W. A. Meredith
State of La.,-..Pariah of Cald
well--3O0th District Court.
Succession of Dr. Joseph N.
Whereas, M. L. Mecom, Clerk
District Court, has petitioned
the Court for leiters of adminis
tration on the estate of the late
s Dr. J. N. Dial, deceased, intes
Y Notice is hereby given to all
s whom it may concern, to show
11 cause within 7 days why the
prayer of the said petitioner
should not be granted, and why
the description and valuatioa.of,
said estate as filed in the Clerk's
office should not be approved
and homolgated. -
By order of the Court.
M. L. MECOM,
Clerk of Court
For men-for women-for s and girls
tory shoes can be bought for the money. We're enthusi
astic about the "OUR FAMILY" Line because we know
what value they represent. You will feel as we do when
you see and test them.
t 4. They've won their place on merit. Good-wearing, good
looking, good-fitting shoes made of nothing but good leather
in specialty factories.
S(Worthy of your complete confidence because they are
"STAR BRAND" SHOES-- and "STAR BRAND" sets the
standard in good shoemaking today.
T. L. Sorrells
C Clarks, La.
Honest Toil and Properly Directed Energy
Are the key notes to success. Very few fortunes are made by
chance, some are inherited, but most of them are won thro' per
Keep Everlastihgly At It
"Success is not reached by a single bound;
We mount the ladder by which we rise
From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies,
And we mount that ladder round by round."
LET US HELP YOU CLIMB
. Grayson, Louisiana
t We pa 4 per cemt ,s time deposits for 6 months whice equile 4 olo compounded
"For many years I was troubled, in
spite of all so-called remedies Iused.
At last I found quick relief and cure
in those mild, yet thorough and
Adolph Shlnaeek, auffalo, N. Y.
ii CElNS PlR OTTLE AT ALL DOUOOISTS.
AND CU ET .
UoR S OLN Pso as oo
AND ALLTHROATAN 4 R0, ?
ýUA ANTErED $A "-X LC R
R MONEY ir.rc3E
On m aL ··. may agowDED
T:1PC ' 9f i N OF
CA DWELL BANK
St a, La.
U. lii: .b V ol 1 ;In+ks iv t' liai ve
)emanI I :- .'.,93
Loa rn"s s t1' c,it : , It 1.4
Other inans "1:8.: 887.51
Overdraf t . n ,º ,, 227.94
Other stol :s. i -. ... 2.0 ).
;ankling h ,,i , ' ,!. -.7.14.07
Other real e. t r 2.853.38
D)ue 'rn lkls hakr I 1.364.76
Checks and ,,th,, t':- 468.75
(tGld cin 1,600.00
Silver, ni.ikel u Il ,, -. 520.33
National !.nk n4 L.: I n 83.12.00
' :111 - 1.,512. 11
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Capital stck t:; U S 15.+.0
Un iivid c ,' i . . ", , ,. ties. nb 1.1N 5.78
l)ivilhnils t!unpab. 10.00
lIn vii!nl si: ,, i 27, 329.54
Individual ,'ei it:s ' c, cheek - t ._32.047.77
Time certilit ..- +,i:. ,sit 5,760.36
('ashi"er's c.i,. s ott o ' 268.66
Bills ptayable 25.0010.10
Tot al .129, 512.11
"tat-l,,' L uisiana, Parish , Caldwell.
I. . .. L i n, ;'. -,e i hrlent, a ,( I, . I). Bridger,
('Cashier l1' .ie anv'o u:+, :d, Bank. do s:,lenmiv swear that the
alove stat 'ia I is l.:e, to the ist oi t' n o, .nwled eý and Ielief.
Suhsc:ii,i and sw.- t, iefrt'e me this 6 day of, July
1915 I. I. IlDi)ITT, Notar 'ulic.
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F. P. Stubbs, Pres. =
' ' -lC. E. Bynum, V-Pres.
.l ' - ,it, Travis, Oliver, Cashier
", . IH. N. Thompson,
i cF I-.:__ :] .Asst-Cashier
r- i --- - STATE OF LOUISIANA
ASSETS ONE MILLION DOLLARS
Ample resourses, conservative management and courteous
treatment alike to those of large and small means.
The question is not whether you should have a bank account,
but where you should have it. Our large capital and surplus is
your guarantee and safeguard.
We invite your account and have every faculty for efficient
handling of your business.
CAPITAL -.. -.- ------------------------ $15,000.00
Surplus ---- ------------ -- 20,000.00
Uudivided Profits .----...---..-----_---. --------- 2,000.00
We Pay 4 per cent on time deposits compounded
semi-annually. Accounts appreciated whether large
We wish to call your attention to the large surplus
and undivided profits of this Bank, which guaran
tees protection to depositors.
Dependable Merchandise of
And at Prices Which are as low as is
Consistent with that Quality
The Customer of Warner Brothers is assured of value re
ceived, courteous treatment, and the season's