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Pubiished Every Friday *.: :att ur. E .,: ` of of Ca!dwl:1 Parish. ;t. ti anna 01ce· t p lii 0 tI the tý:ee a . ,. t i h ' 1brm~rr~rirls Ju ic f te itrict to e eic t )id aft the a ·~ncnera ciectionr in Novemi-' Ie±. Mssr. 0 L. Ricr , ur ever the vi.tf r shctioulnl decide itin hi sss. S. L. Ricnd, they, ncur rest c ua litfid at most capablend F. E. j, '1r'5, a. pr')'niient attorney ' of fillin the otrish.care and cast his vote alccordingly. orial Ptheeis ofe. Both mensasre T(Ue Boaird ofvery promising, how-f the Tss Basin Lever the votere Districtide within his own mind, the one! ibest (jualified and most capable metf fillingay at their office and:dom- cast his vote accordingly. icial Proeedings of Teorganiza Bationinsin Levee Bo thecallrdof ayvile, La., Sepsant. The fo-1916. lowin Board of Commissioners ofent: the Tensas Basin Levee District met today at their office and'dom icile for the purpose of organ iza tion in purs.rance to the call of Gox. R. G. Plesant. The fol lowing; mernders were present: Geo..1 J. Glover, Richland; A. N. Wiliamns, Morehouse; W. H. De Graffilnro;J, Ouftchie,; W. . Peck. Ca(itohnula; W. B. Grayson, Franklin; J. P. Whatley, LaSalle; Absent: 0. M. Smith, Calbwell;' Lee Fowler, West Carrol. Th" mneting was called to or der by the Secretary, J. W. Surmmnrlin who announced a quorum presence and the Board ready for business. On motion W.H.,DeGraffenreid was unanimously elected as President Pro Tem. A1 I Y /ý r AVTO" T7 ;e1g 'I 19 Kefs on Growing for reasons that will be ua C tretood by every hunter or traps hooter who ever got his hands on these guns. and experienced their perfect balance, easy, positive action and fine shooting qualties. Remington UMC Autoloadin Shot Gun-Five shot. simply press trig er or each shot. solid ., breech. hammerless, safe. Rmmington UMC Pumj Gun-Six shots, bot torn ejection, solid breech, hammerless, safe. For the why and how of the mechanical details. go to tie local Remington UMC dealer. He knows guns-and the - JRed Ball Mark of Ramingeas UMC is the Sign of Sporty- ' urnrs Headquarters is every town. Sold by your home dealer and 2,683 other - ' leading merchants o Lounisiana Cleua gd eoyewr gr. wl A REM 0IL. th ee-s&J se.. ig Powder Seiwee, Labriwew wad Rust Prewsnatizw &THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDCE CO. Lates Me fs *rse rerW of Fin airs rid At. Ne ities in te W.ryd Wa..worth Buildiae. New York J~ir. ~ T~\\ ý} On m~otion uf Mr. Grv' _',n sec onded by M1r. Glover, M r. 0. M. Sn.:th of Caldvefll parish, was i;( inate(l Ir'esidfent. On 1i(-- C Jion ul'11r. the no n! - a ti'nr S'r( sel and Ir. ni h unr'nimo~u:.ý eiected( as Efe5' On .oat ion ;f' Mr. Williams Le 00n 01 01y slor. ltOver, H. A. tt.'"gam1 was nominiiatcd for S tecr' tary. There were no otiet'r r n2minationfs and II A. Marg- t h's as unarimy. ly e e(ted º in oti'n of Mdr. (rayson c . f (i1((i(1 ry Mr. Williams. H·I. 1f. f M.;"n ." vas n;oniniated as Levee 1n' eti r, and uOAnflali')iS 3! "i r. Glver and the Se',retri'y of the f:uard1 were ani;,i ted as al csoil it tce L; select ua (era fiur Ti ire reing no fturther lei n8s- tie inard ajouirned to too nex r:gulUar en entsi. I. :. I'("(; l il ni r eid Pre('si(denrlt Pro T . t 11. . \. ii Lflha'fl 'Scr tarL. ( Ntul ;te'cn Pile c )n the mornitn' (: t. 1itt l %kbn him. Witn one accor(i iii (lUs ,u yta. bUsi'SS \ was stooped, whcii his h st of friends in (':arks attended with loving re gird the memorial services. He was horn in Summerset, Pa., and spent the 5G years of his life in i the states of Pa., 10., and La. His father was a very promi nent Lutheran minister. Our de parted brother lived well before I his fellow man through all his life, but the definite committal of his heart to God was made about a year before he was called home. He is survived by his mother, one sister, and four brothers. His wife and five daughters of whom hie was just ly proud, live in Clarks. "Sunrise, and noon, and sunset, And day sips into day; Twilight, and dark, and daylight The years have rolled away. Days that brought their honors, And days that left their scars I Over it all the marvel Of each night with its stars." "Darkness, and light, and shadows, Sorrow, and golded cheer, Bknd into gun' o t111_I Into a memory fabric Woven of shade and shine These are the years unfolding In lives like yours and mine." "Peace be to this just man's memory, May it grow green with the years, And bloom thru the flight of ages, May the mimic canvas show his cairn benevolent features, And in the book of fame his virtues write, And hold them up to men, and bid~ them Claim a palm like this, and froni him catch the hallowed flame." EASY PAYMENTS IF YOU PREFER TO BUY THAT WAY. CHARGEE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED PLAIN FIGURE PRICE. a u immemmeuracc wnswwplmumrmea GOOD FURNITURE DOES COUNT *'Ah! This seems like home"---sosays your friends when your furniture is perfectly chosen and harmonious in eve ry way. Whether you live in a palace or acozy two-by-four the furniture makes it a "home" or just a residence. How im; ortant then is the PLACE where you select your fu:.iture: At the Monroe Furniture Co., you have four floors of the most exquisite styles to choose from. At the M';nroe Furniture Co., expert salesmen can advise you if you wish, on the most artistic and harmonious furnishings for your home. At the Monroe Furniture Co.. you get tht be'3 of furniture at most reasonable prices. As for BED ROOM FURNITURE--we have a beautiful dk rlay of the newest styles Beds, Dressers, Chairs, Lamps in ever s, many handsome patterns. Ih:'te:ve!r your home needs, at The Monroe Fnrniture Ce., you vi il! find just what pleases you most at prices that are bound to appeal. With our method of buying goods in quanity lot: at spot cash--and with no rent to pay--we can anu d.) g. -e excess v tui i!t every piece of furniture v''c ze' WHIOLESALE i1RETA1i, 132-138 North Secon d Freight paid on all orders over $10. l", :-4o't - Ai vXV O)I 34).11 ýE, I 1) 'ISIANA OFFICERS y, , r / I g F. P. Stubbs, Pres. C. E. Bynum, V-Pres. I Travis liver, Cashier l l H. N. Thompson, dl ,Asst-C ashier Liii I~ STATE OF LOUISIANA ;SETS ONE MILLION DOLL \2L Amp ' co-r.;es, conservative manag I:±:mt and courteous tr: atmeilt Wble: to those of large and small m1,1ns. The quts tion is not whether you should havw 3 hank account, b:: where you should have it. Our large capital and surplus is year guarantee and safeguard. We invite your account and have every faculty for efficient /andling of 'your business. 1 W~rWMT" T -, - f IM LIeeenewsC: A Ccene**neeensees The Watchman I SJob Printery I i , thie BEST in the Parish No Job Too Large...... S......Non% Too Small SGet our Prices, See our S W'11 Get r Work ' The Caldwell W mana COLUMBIA - - - IISIANA I oH*w***~* 40*' .o _~ Ri AY PJ L i IVVt MNA iT lPILLINGi 7'L:uv A2 ff; pijR! iir u'ý, iýYIG AE2OPLANE wog.,x:3. OSffiýON l.. 1A Vlr SEMYAT FL1OIITS' NOV )ANDt $1tieC RENIU f PAJ"N 20 BIG SEV" , ' (? AUCTION 8'ALF or I '.! NOV. _ f. -.. I VW P3SS AN L EA N I,~S -L ~~~~~fD'A - -- 'eI~ rACr Jcecuu~~~1 J.··.)iWv HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discoraggi Conditions, Mrs. MaIock Cave Up inDespair. Hmsad Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky.-hI an interesting letter from this plade, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treant ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After fat aothing seemed to do ms sr pa. 1 had gatten eo weak I could at sag and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a botte of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I coar menced taking t. Rom the very halt dose, I could tel it washelpingmag. I can mow walk two miles wllibe - tiring me, and am doing all my waet" If you are a ruNs dows fom won@* troubles, don't give up i despair. 1y; Cardul, the woman'stonle. It ha help more than a million wromn, to li years l contianous success, adl she surely help yoa, too. Yao drghuI o sold Carduid for years. He kaws st it will do. A bkl. kLel w U wgt muadf. f in akcag mrnsi mp. mR. - . m.m OUACHITA NATIONAL BANK MONROE, LOUISIANA What ever banking requirements you may have, whether you need how or enlarged facilities,you will find the itvice of this institution peos atisfactotj in every respect bpcauWe *I gilding spirit of our policy is to extend to each customer exactly the iipd 1f4personal service which best meets bis peds. Our officers will be pleased to meet you and to talk over your banking pro blemswith you. C " Busy Again" A A Soliloquy in Two Paragraphs 'That's the tmd thithfis mornie. 1 't wait a moment longer on that felpw, Let me see wht i Smith's number? "If Jones won't provide suaicient ti fn ties for his customers, h ean't blame me fer dew elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." How do you know this very occrrene doesn't happen with your singletelephone. Have aliry line; the cost is trifling. Cal the business 06* t. dalv. CUMBERLAND TELEPRONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCOR0O ANRI A LOX 30 ALEXANDRIA, LA.