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CALD WELL WATCHIMAN
Published Every Friday
Entered at the postoffice at Columbia,
La., as second-class mail matter.
S. P. WALKER, : : Proprietor
W. P. WATSON, : : : : Editor
Subscription-$1 per year in advance
Official Organ of Caldwell Parish Schooll
hoard and Town of Columbia.
Official Journal of Caldwell Parish.
We are authorized to announce
F. E. Jones, of LaSalle
as a candidate for the office of
Judge of the Thirtieth Judicial
District, composed of the parish
es of Caldwell and LaSalle, sub
j ect to the action of the Demo
We are authorized to announce
S. L. Richey
as a candidate for the office of
*judze of the Thirtieth Judicial
D)istrict, subject to the action of
the democratic voters of the said
To the Land of
After months and months of
diplomacy it now appears that
the case of the Republic of Mex
co vs. The U. S. A. is to be sub
mitted to the arbatrament of
arms-to appear in the court of
last resort; the final judgment
where the decree is unappeal
able, and in the light of these
facts a few words of encourage
to he who hesitates, may not be
The National Guard of the
States have been called into the
service; to them "assembly"
has been sounded and they have
nobly answered the bugle's
clarion call and now kaiki-clad
are ready for the fray; but this
is but part of the story for our
country may need a volunteer
army of 250,000 and here is
where the patriotic sons of the
' greatest republic on earth will
have an opportunity to rally to
the red, white and blue.
Louisiana's prorata in such a
call would be about two regi
ments, possibly a little more, but
not half a company from each
parish of the State, and such a
number should be raised without
Our state has never failed to
do her full duty, and will not
come up amiss if the call comes
time, and if the worst comes
panied by the lowering
ds of war, Caldwell Parish
ay be relied upon to furnish
her full quota, for "Breathes
there a man with soul so dead,
Who to himself has never said,
This is my own my nativeland."
The "gringoes" may soon be
at the 'greasers" and the fol
lowers of Santa Anna and Max
millian will be reminded of Beu
Mail for the Soldier Boys
Now in Camps
Mail for the soldier :boys who
have gone to the front should be
plainly addressed to insure its
The name of addressee should
be fully and legibly written with
pen and ink, give his rank, com.
pany, regiment or ether organi
zation to which attached. The
postage should be fully paid and
name and address of sender in
left-hand corner on addre ss side.
Parcel Post matter sent should
be substantially and tightly
wrapped in either strong paper
or cloth and tied securely with
The present address of the
Louislata Troops is Camp Stat.
ford, Alexandria, La. The Mis
sissippiTroops are at Camp
Swep Taylor, Jackson, Miss.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of Caldwell.
This certifies that the follow
ing named twenty persons were
drawn for service as grand ju
rors at a term of the 30th Judi
cial District Court in and for the
Parish of Caldwell, beginning on
Monday, June 26th, 1916, as fol
No. Name Ward
1 LT Hair 1
2 IA Hearn 1
3 J J Humble 2
4 G T McSween 2
5 R A Vincent 3
6 WE Godfrey 4
7 W C Welch 4
8 JP Burgess 4
9 J M Crockett 4
10 JHStamper 4
11 E R Reitzell 4
12 D Nichols 5
13 S S Gregory, Sr. 5
14 WH Gough 6
15 G C Hudson 7
16 C A Hebert 8
17 RMMay 9
18 B F Roland 10
19 B G Humphries 10
20 RA Rogers 9
This further certifies that the
following named thirty persons
were drawn for service as Petit
Jurors at a term of said court
beginning on Monday, July 10th
1916, as follows, to-wit:
t1 EL Gouch 6
2 W S Humphries 4
3 M Parham 4
4 H 0 Cooksey 4
5 D G Meredith 5
6 SR Fitzgerald 4
7 L F Pine 4
8 N J Schepis 4
9 W P Nethery 4
10 C C Myers, Jr. 7
11 WZ Thomas 5
12 Elmo Cruse 3
13 TDLively 2
14 E C Humphries 4
15 J H Beam 4
16 GW Adams 3
17 J W Carr 5
18 A C Cloyd 4
19 J N Tarver, Jr. 4
20 J J Stallings 4
21 CJ Bedsole 7
22 J B Stamper 4
23 Fred Roark 10
24 J R Aawkins 1
25 OR Cody 1
26 D C Sandidge 4
27 E E Volentine 10
28 R A Lively 2
29 Warren Martin 2
30 C A Traylor 4
Witness my hand and seal of
ficially this June 15th, 1916.
M. L. Mecom, Clerk
30th District Court
The public :is hereby notified
t that the assessment rolls for the
year 1916 for the Parish of Cald
Swell have been completed and
t will be open for inspection at my
office for thirty days. All real
Sestate owners, both resident and
a non-resident are Irequested to
g call and inspect the roll or have
h their agents to do so for them.
S. P. Walker, Assessor
, Notice for Publication
, State Land Office, Baton Rouge,
La., June 13, 1816.
Notice is hereby given that
Alvin C RankE of Mt. Pleasant,
La., who on July 10, 1911 made
-homestead entry No. 1489 for
- ne qr of ne qr and w hf of ne qr
See 30, Tp 14 N R 3 E, La. Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention
to make final proof, to establish
claim to the lan4 above pescrib
ed before M. L.IMecom, clerk of
court, at Columbia, La., on the
a 25th day of July 1916.
s Claimant names as witnesses:
Robert L Caldwell, Mt. Pleasant
0 Wm. W Mann, "
Gliver K Haddox, " "
Chas C Haddox, " "
Fred J. Grace,
Register, State Land Office
SPub. in Caldwell Watchman,
IJune 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21,
Fine, Black Spanish
Offered for Service
Notice is hereby given that I
have just purchased and have at
my home ready for guaranteed
service, one registered 4-year old
15-hands, 800 lbs Black Spanish
Jack that I am standing at $12.50
payable on birth of foal or $10
cash. Now is the time to begin
raising mules worth their care
and attention. Geo. T. Martin
We have recently purchased the Stock of
Mr. H..H Rogillo and will do a gencral Re
tail Merchantile business. We are going to sell
for CASH ONLY, and by do&ng this it w!! en
able us to sell our goods at a very small proffit.
Your trsde will be apprecia--d It: it be
large or small.
Come and gi h a "
Morris & A "r s -n
Douglass Buildiug. CC uia ia, La.
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Our officers will be pleased to meet
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The question is not whether you should have a bank account,
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We purchased two solid cars this season, which guar.
antees you just the kind and size wanted, and a price lower
than you could possibly obtain elsewhere. This large
jirchase enables us to maintain the same prices we have
inade for the past four years, notwithstanding the fact,
that all the factories have advanced their prices over 25
A solid car of chain and lawn swings just
received. Our No. 1 swing is made of solid oak,
full bolt construction, has best quality souldered
link galvanized chains, very heavy hooks, and is
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Special this month only $2.70 42 In..
Special this month only $3.15 48 In
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Freight paid on all orders over $10.
Will pay highest prices for all
kindsOak and Red and Black
Cypress ties on the Ouachita
river or Iron Mountain road
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Columbia, : : :::: Louisiana