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Old Papers, Books and Maga
zines are Valuable. We will
Purchase All You Have
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Start to gathering them up at once and watch
this space next week for prices and particulars
The Watchman desires to Purchase Several
Car Loads so Get Busy and See Us at Once
Here is a splendid opportunity for the boys of the town to
make "a killing" by going through the attic to the cellar
and gathering up discarded books and magazines a - -
W ill Pay 15c per 100 poun__ dsI I _ _ ___
Will Pay 15c per 100 pounds
Local and Personal
Rev. Alford is attending con
ference at Alexandria this week.
Mrs F. E. Boyle of Winnsboro
is the appreciated guest of Mrs.
W, B. Mask this week.
Mrs. Alford departed Wednes
day for Baton Rouge to visit
relatives and friends.
For sale-High grade Jersey
cow with young calf. Apply at
the Watchman office.
The Elam passed down Mon
day morning for N. 0., with a
The police jury meeting on
Monday brought quite a crowd
Sheriff McClanahan and Depu
ties Erskins and Hines .have as
sumed their duties.
Milton Daily and Wyley Gray
son of Winnzh rn were in town
during the week.
All Woodmen should take part
in the memorial services Sunav
at 10 a. m., in t'he Co'u r.bia
I desire to notify the public
that I have milk for sale and
woukld be glad to have cusnml
for morning delivery. Mrs. S.
Misses Maud and Muriel Bond
departed Wednesdly for t'cilr
home at Clayton, muah t, the
regret of a host of frLicrs anl
Miss Mary Ella Stins,,n spent
several days in Columbia this
week the guest of Miss Na.i.a
Meredith, before departing for
her home in Jonesbcro, whither
she was ac :ompanied by Mis ;
Frank James, merchant, plan
ter and business man, was in
town Monday in attendance at
the Police Jury meeting, he be
ing a member of that body.
By request of the camp. the
Watchman announces that the
Woodmen memorial services will
occur Sunday, June 10th and the
camp will also entertain at an
open air dinner on that date.
Hon. Wood H. Thompson, of
Winnsboro, who is the able dis
trict attorney of the Eighth Dis
trict, spent several hours in
Columbia on legal business. Mr.
Thompson has made an able and
fearless officer and will be re
elected without opposition.
TWO GRATEFUL MOTHERS
"We vouch for all the good things said about
Dr. Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick."
A GEORGIA BREEDER'S OPINION.
You don't know how much I appreciate
your Medicated Salt Brick, which I have
been using for several years. No stock
owner can afford to be without them. I
know of several cases where cows would
not breed that commenced after using the
I brick regularly. It is especlall fine for
mares in foal, and I know it knocks worms
out of pigs. It keeps all stock in a healthy
working condition if used freely. It keeps
their liver and digestive organs in good
shape, which Insures feed going one-third
further. It pays for itself ten times over
in the increased health and looks of the
stock. LORING BROWN.
Smyrns. Ca.. December 11th, 1914.
Belmont Stock and Poultry Farms.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of Caldwell,
Thirtieth Judicial District Court
Th M. L. Mecom, clerk thir
tieth Judicial District Court
in and for the parish of
Caldwell, State of Louisiana i
You will convene the Jury I
Commission in and for said Par
ish of Caldwell at such time and
place as you may fix, and in the
manner prescribed by law, pro
ceed to select a grand jury com- 1
posed of twenty persons :posses
ing the qualifications of grand
The said grand jurors to be
summoned toappear for service
on the 4th Monday in June 1916.
It is further ordered that the
jury commission at the same
time and place and in the man
ner prescribed by law, proceed
to draw a petit jury composed of
thirty persons possessing the
legal qualifications of petitjurors
to serve as petit jurors at the
July 1916 term of said court,
commencing on the second Mon
day in July 1916.
The said petit jurors so drawn
to be summoned to appear for
service on Tuesday after the
second Monday in July 1916.
It is further ordered that the
said jury commission at the same
t;me and place shall draw or se
lect one hundred persons for ser
vice as tales jurors at the said
July 1916 term of the court, as
provided by Act 182 of the Acts
of the State of Louisiana for the
year 1914, and approved July 9,
It is further ordered that pub
lic notice of this order be given,
and that this order be spread
upon the minutes of the court.
Done and signed on this the
31st day of May, 1916.
Judge 30th Jud. Dist. Court
A big line of medicine and
drug sundries just received at
M. E. Yarborough's. Anything
not carried in stock will be or.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at
Baton Rouge, La.
June 7th, 1916
(Proof under Act 6-6-12.)
NOTICE is hereby given that Joseph
D. Thompson, of Columbia, Louisiana
who, on Mar. 1st, 1913, made Homt:
stead Entry, No, 06260, for
wj of se*, net of sw& and sw} of ne}
Sec. 15, T 14 North, Range 3 East,
La. Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make Three Year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above descri
bed, before Clerk of Court, at Colum
bia, Louisiana, on the 22b day of July
Claimant names as witnesses:
Bpnj. F. McHenry, Columbia, La.
Elmo May . .
Jas, D. McLain " .
E. D. Gianelloni,
Published in "Caldwell Watchman"
f Columbia, La.
B Public notice is hereby given
that proposals for the custody of
- the parish funds for the two
years begginning July 1, 19161
i and ending June 30th, 1918 in
r accordance with Act 816 of 1910'
e and Act 205 of 1912, will b, e
ceived up to noon July 3, 1716.
e All bids for such funds will he
e o;,erne at noon by the police jr:ry
in session oa said day.
S'J. A. Warner, Pres. P. J.
1IJ' B. Thornhill, Clerk P. J.
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s For sale-One high-grade J,r
e sey milk cow, with young c-.f.
Cow giving from two and one
half to three gallons per d::v.
Apply at this office. 25-tf
Public notice is hereby given
that two certificates of Caldwell
Bank stock, of Columbia, La.,
Nos. 138 and 139 issued to L.
Brunner, agent, on March 11th,
1907, have been lost, mislaid or
stolen and all parties are hereby
warned not to trade for stid
L. Bruner. Ager.t
244t and owner of said stock.
Helps With the Lessons
At night when the children gather around
the sitting-room table studying their lessons for
the next day, the telephone often rings. A little
neighbor a mile down the road wants help from
his school-mates. Children as well as grown-ups
get pleasure and profit from the farm telephone.
Do you know how little this service costs and how
valuable it is ?
See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or
write for our free booklet. A postal will do.
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Company
BOX 30. ALEXANDRIA. IA.
WE WRITE ALL KINDS
Fire, Tornado, Rent, Liability, Accident,
Health, Burglary, Steam Boiler, Plate Glass
We Write Automobile Insurance
FIRE-From any cause whatsoever. THIEVES-and
the bepredation they may commit under certain con
ditions. COLLISIONS-and the repair bills of same
We also insure farm property, against loss
by tire, such as Dwellings, Barns, Feed
stuffs, Vehicles, Horses, Fences, Garages,
Tenant Houses, : : Ask about these
We represent the largest tnsurance compa
nies. They pay losses without discount.
There is none so good, and the best is what
you want. Write today for full particulars.
We will call at your place of business or
residence for a personal interview :
REDDITT'S INSURANCE AGENCY
o Brown Building Columia, ouisiana.
6 P. O. Box 134 Columbia, Louisiana.
p I a Y .JL+
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior
U. S. Laid Office at
laton Rouge, La.
(Proof under Act-6-6-,2)
May 23, 1916,
NOTICE is hereby given that Jodie
W. Mer'dith of Columbia, La., who
on May 1:'th. 11:3, made adjoining
faý'm lomnicstead Entry No. 06416 for
SWJ of NE¼
Section 17, 'Townshiu 13 North,
Range 3 East, Louisiana Meridian, hasl
itled notice of intention to make Three
Y(ar Proof, to establish claim to theI
land above described, before Clerk of
Court, at Columbia, Louisiana, on the
i2th day of July, 1916
Claimant names as witnesses:
Willie C Hester, of Grayson, La.;
William L Rogers of Grayson, La.;
(Gorg, W Martin of Mt. Pleasant, La
Btnjamin A Wiles of Grayson, La.
E. D. Gianelloni
Pub. in Caldwell Watchman, Columbia,
The public are hereby notified
not to trespass in any mariner
whatever upcn my property de
scribed as follows, n half of sw
quarter, nw quarter of se quartr
and all of the ne quarter of se
]Jquarter, Sec. 12, Tp. 12, N R 3
E. containing about 125 acres
and commonly known as the
Sizemnore tract, as the same i3
J. C. Pierce
Grayson, La., 5-17-16. 24-6t
For Sale or Trade
House and 40 acres of land in
Winn Parish, 6 acres opened.
Will sell at a bargain or trade
for a car. For particulars, call,
or write the Watchman. 24-tf