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THE CALDWELL IWATCIMAN
Published Every Friday Entered at the posto'ii i tc (oiu nibia. La., as second-class maii 'ter. H. A. TURNER, ij'titor Subscription-$1 per ear in advance Official Organ of Caldvw Ii ' iA ish Scholl Board and Tow" : i :nlmbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. The election passe! rNf quietly last Tuesday, and , redicted by The WVatlc .i - i :ial weeks past, ('aldwell :ar.ish voted down the prod ositit i of holding a con stitutional c(, ve ';on. There is some.thingf,!'.ver (e voters in this pa i h ,1 a ny 149 visited the poll ani exercised their rights last . .;day. The con vention o,;ly c:'i): i 37 votes in its iat , .,' if, 12 a. ainst it. giving a majrity ag!ainst the conve.tiitol t ... .iWdle Wear, em ,c,"i l ; ,,.i , recei'ed 292 vo ,. , hi!., 1'. '. Car , o ran ;s , "l' " 'ut co.nuniate riceived I - vut. ':. Tir e rt .l':, throug,:out the state gives a mn:j ,rity against the convertiou. ' ihis is a great victory and mn,..h crU dit goes to' Hon. L. E. Thomas. Speaker of the H-Ious:, of Rep ,,sentatives, Attorney (G12,n-rai Pleasant and the country press, who fought the hohling of the convention, from the beginnine. The Watch man opolsedl this monve andti Cald well Parish gave a good majori ty ag;ainst it. This victory will, we believe, place Mr. Pleasant, well toward the front among those candidates who have an nounced themselves candidates for governor. As the conven tion is out of the way, the state campaign is expected to rapidly ! develop, also the parochial cam- s paign. Ic We are somev:hac crowded I this week with advertisements, e and we are not as nt.wsy as we : would like to be but we promise e to be there with it next week. :OTTON SEED When the Ginning Season opens again, remember the BIG INDEPEN DENT made it possible for you to get a FAIR PRICE for your COTTON SEED last season. We saved you from 'SQUEEZE OLD PLANTERS' and added hundreds thousands dollar] to the value of your cotton seed crop. This mill deserves your help and will appreciate it. The Cotton Seed Market Place The liberally square deal and the BEST in price and service. Ginners and Seed Shippers will find it to their advantage anl to that of their cus tomers to ship this mill. If your Ginner is not up on the price, write us or wire us, we'll help you. We buy car lots any where in the state. NEW The Alexandrina Cotton 0 COMPANY Incorporated HENRY BURKE, Manager Alexandria, Louisiana J ~i ` ý' 1 The dates that the third an. nual Parish Fair, that will be held at Grayson, are O.tobr 14, 15 and 16. The time is short ia. and the management is lousing - no time in gett!in everPythinl or ready for the F'air. The farm ers throughout the parish should begin now in ePti!ng" their ex ,hibit3 ready to 1), piacdt on ex hibitiu n. \\e ha;voe hal a ,numb :!,r of th!mn to tells tiat th.yare ettintg ready to piace exhibits Sat the Fair this year and com pete for some of the cash prem Siums that will be offered. See n retary Treen will have the cata- I .o logue out and distributed within e the next few days.He has about in completed his work on it andt ready to turn it over to the prin- t r te;'s who will rush the work to e in c,~mpletion. Let every body in I S(aldwell parish boost the Parish * Fair. " : \will be fouind the anlnouncementt, 0of Mr. J. F. Stuart, announcing, ;e himself as a candidate t'or asses- e s(,r of Caldwell parish, subject a e to the action of the coming delm t ocratic primary. M\r. Stuart e t was raised in this parish and is o well known throughout the par f ish and needs no introduction at our hands, He has never asked e i: the people for any office and af- 1k ter a talk with his friends he n has consented to throw his hat t( in the political ring for the offi- a ce of assessor. Ailr. Stuart no doubt has the knowledge to fill o. this position if elected and he o i submits his name to the consider 3i ation of the voters of Caldwell. b Seed, Seed, Seed. When you need field or garden d seed give us your order. FOR; fresh turnip seed, frost proof ( cabbage. Bermuda onion seed and Setts and any other garden seed. Bur Clover, Essex Rape, Vetch, all Clovers and Alfalfa! seed, Southern Winter Wheat, t Rye. Ba-ley and recleaned test ed Fuighum and Louisiana Red Rust Proof Oats. Write for h prices. Johnson Seed Co. 117 N Grand St. Monroe, La. s 1- From Graysol e Miss Onida Hines entertain ' ed a few of her friends at a tt birthday dinner on Sunday Aug. 2g 9, 1915. Those present were: Misses Jessie and Elizabeth - Daniel. Florence Carroll anti Nada Meredith. Messrs Wilbur Humphries, Henry Robinson, Asa Meredith, iarron Lantril, and DeCalb Goridy. Miss Nada Meredith is spend ing the week at Grayson guest of Miss Onida Hines, A crowd of the Grayson young - people went in a hay wagon to Clarks last Sunday afternoon to t attend the B. Y. P. U. and also I the services. Those to enjoy the treat were as follows: Miss es Anita Baker, Hilda Mitchell, IDathana Humphries, Jera Warn er, Nada Meredith, Onida Hines Eiizabeth Daniel, Effie Fitzger ald, Florence Carroll and Inez Lantrip. Messrs Frank Fergu son, Wilbur Humphries, Asa Meredith, Henry Robinson, Dew ey Fitzgerald, DeCalb Gordy and (Claude Murphey. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gordy chaperoned the crowd. Notice of Trespass All persons are hereby warn ed not to trespass upon the fol lowing described property, com monly known as Perrin's Island, to-wit: s w 1-4 and lots 3, 6, 7, and 8, s e 1-4 of n w 1-4, s w 1-4 of nw 1-4 andwl-2ofs w 1-4 of sec. 36, lots 10 and 11 of sec 35, all in tp 14 n, r4 e. The a bove property having been post ;ed this day. All persons tress passing upon the same will be dealt with according to law. (Mrs.) Laura E. Graves Columbia, La., Sept. 1. 1915. Abner Scott of Monroe spent Tuesday of this week in Colum bia attending to business. Miss Maggie Hudson returned home Tuesday after several days visit in Columbia, guest of her sister, Mrs. H. A. Turner. '.-4e $ '4 " - .t OL~ 7·;§I·c a- I ____ Alt i ~IWi 1ru 'V t ______ TheW *' --4 AII.. ., s I ' The new 1916 , e for a real auto obile. . - -an abso t et r t lights, high-tension magnoto nd luxurious car-a bea .? a 4-cylinder Unit Power P ant with hour-car, ,--yet a lightweig I ~c enclosed fly.wheel and clu ch. - All Low After The "first cost" of an au.:,obi a bil Sman, but the "after cost" a C ev ie !' / -, \\ who wants h.o remain sane a h. au obile ,T- " . at" or upkc, . car Sad . you have . ,"pi .t ,,, autom' . 3osts you . run. . The .0 o L , Demountable Rims ar regular , equipment of the 1916 Maxwell. J e . ":..ý."ý ,t.1916 MaxwellH " ' - "-: Electric Starter and Electric Lights Electric F-. . ,', Demountable Rims Wider r 'r Tw Stream-line Design Robe R: _ - froe ,, 'Douable Ventilating Windshield, Linc ... run I' and .(clear vision and rain-proof) boo r -- ..Every feature and eve :ement it . r- -..f " "' ýý " . '" Come in and see the 1916 "Wonder Car." Ride in i -g.e it everyt1 i 4 .. £ MONROE Ai A E ORmaE, LOUIS NI SBuilt complete by the three o, CI gigantic Maxwell Factories DIS BU k . at Detroit, Dayton, and Newcastle ALIVE AG \INT .\N'D IN D Front view showing the handsome lines of the new radiator and hood. .. II ,·i .k. ,= T3 ..