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hiDG YIiNIjUVj'jVL'LLnea
To The Well-dressed Ladies of Columbia
The Grand Leader of Monroe cordially invites yeo to call and inspect our line
of Ladies Suits, Coats, Dresses, especially our great line of Ladies Boots is the very
latest. Priced $5.00 to $7.50 WHY pay more when you get the best for less AT
By Miss Nada Meredith.
Paul Hollis of Clarks, was in
town Sunday.
Miss Jessie Finley was a guest
of Mrs. S. H. Brown Sunday.
Thoroughbred hats for sale.
W. G. Ferrand.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. James I
were visiting in Columbia Sun-'
E. J. C. Burroughs and mother
Mrs. Wood of Monroe, were here
R. F, Meredith was registered I
at the Stallings Hotel, Grayson,
Miss Bessie Rook of Standard
is the week end guest of Mrs. W.
H. Waggoner.
We are glad to know that Mrs.
C. P. Carroll is convalescent
from an attack of malaria fever.
Mrs. Bowen Reitzel of River-.
ton spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buie and
Mrs. Willie Buie of Ft. Necessity
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1
J. E. McClanahan Sunday. c
Mr. David Dunn has returned
from a business trip to Bontia,
La., and Crossett, Ark.
Little Miss Milby Howell of ,
Monroe, spent lastw eek withher e
aunt Mrs. W. A. Brandin of this
Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Thornhill t
left f6.ir New 'Orleans Monday t
evening where Mr.Thornhill goes
for medical trearment.
Mrs.C.W.Gimble and daughtet
Lillian, of Buda, Texas, are vis
iting Mrs. Gimbles farther, Mr. t
D. J. Dunn.a
Mrs. Sarah May returned home a
Sunday after spending a pleasant s
week with her son I. M. May, c
of Cotton Plant. 1
The many friends ofDr. D. 0.
Sherman will be glad to know p
that he is back with us to stay. 2
He will have his office in the g
Thornhill buildingon Main street. 1
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J, o
R. Humphries of Montgomery.
will be glad to know that they c
are rejoicing over the arrival of h
a twelve pound boy. o
Mrs. E. W. Pool, of Beouf River, P
has returned home after a week o
end visit to the home of Mrs
W. A. Brandin on Blanks street.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Walker, A
Mr. and Mrs. W.I. Redditt, Miss a
Bessie Walker and Mr. Lelonce
Hamiltion, motored to the Twin t,
City Saturday where they spent
the day shopping.
Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Kelly. of I
Chester, ward nine, were guest o
of their son Mr. J. L. Kelly. r
While here, Mr. Kelly paid the 6
Watchman Office an appreciated s'
vsiv i.
For Sate
34 acres of land, 15 acres in
cultivation. Good locality one
mile to Mt. Pleasant church, one
half mile to school. On rural
route. Will sell at a sacrifice, call
and see me.
C. A. Johnson
1027-4t P. 0. Grayson La.,
tie haulers, we pay 12cents each,
and is a short haul. Callat J. L.
Kellys store. 2t
Notice to Hog Owners
I have in my range 1 sow 2
shoats, mark split in left ear,
upper figure seven and under bit
in left.
Same has been in my range
since Isat February. The proper,
ownqrs can prove stock and pat.
fot this adv. and get thiem.' - :.
A. L Winn, Jr., Ri ert6n,La.
Fatal Accident.
Dodson, La., Nov. 1-A deplo
rable tragedy took place at Gaar'i
SMill, seven miles east of Dodson,
1 Sunday evening shortly after
dark, when the 7or 8-year-old son
of John Adams shot and killed
his aunt,MissEtta Adams, daugh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Adams
of Stovall. It was another case
of not supposing the gun was
loaded, the boy playing with what
was thought to be an empty
breech-loading shotgun, when it
was discharged, the charge of
shot taking effect in the back
and penetrating the heart, death
resulting almost instantly.
News Star.
Notice is hereby given, that
the next examination for teach
ers will be held in the town of
Columbia, La,, Dec. 4th, 5th and
6th for white, 7th, 8th and 9th for
negro. All applicants must be
prompt and on hand at 9 o'clock
each day-rules and regulations
as heretofore shall be enforeed.
J. C. Hines, Supt.
Oct, 27th, 191f6
W.A. Furguson of Grayson and
Jess Smith of Clarks,got by what
could have been a very serious
accident by turning overa"Ford"
near Grayson this week. The Ford
was slightly damaged, while Mr.
FurgerEon received a irritable
wound on the scalp. It was nec
essary to take 15 stitehes on that
part of hip anatomy.
Rememberyou can "trust some
things some ti es, but Pot all
things all times". A Ford will
lose its equilibrium at times.
One and and half miles west
of Clarks, a piece of land con
taining 10 acres 4 acres open,
with 5 room house, barn, garden
and well of good water. In the
s e qr. of sec. 9. Price right for
111-9t T. B. Furgerson.
The governments ginners re
port shows that up to Oct, 24th
2416 bales of cotton has been
ginned in Caldwell parish against
1603bales during the same period
of 1915 or an increase of813 bales.
LOST:- One Ladies hunting
case, gold watch, with fob. Fob
has a small gold foot ball on it,
on one side of foot ball there is a
purple "L" with 1915 under it,
on other side is the name J. C.
Floyd, below name is the word
"Tackle". This property was
lost at Grayson on Oct. 20th 1916
A $10.00 reward is offered for
any infomation leading to its re,
covery, pleaee notify Post Mas
ter at Clarks, La.
I will pay 35e for 1st class white
oak, post oak, cow oak, overcup
red heart gum and heart cypress
6" x 8" x 8' cross ties; 10c for
second class; 25c for 1st class
red oak varieties, 6c for second
class; on right of way of the
Iron Mountain on grade. Regu
lar inspections, reasonable ad.
vances. J. H. Cord!llContrac
tor, El Dorado, Ark. 7-1-6m
Notice To Tai Payers
The fax payers of Caldwell Parish
are hereby notified that the assess
ment roll for the year 1916 is now com
plete and on file in my office and in
the mortgage office of this Parish,
and that the State and Parish taxes
set forth thereon are due and colleet
able, that the taxes on movable prop.
erty become due and ezigible after
the first day of November, and that
the taxes on immovabl property be
come due and exigible after the 31st
day of December 1916, and will draw
interest after said date at the rate of
$eper cent per annum until paid.
I Tax Collector.
Columbia, La., October. 29, 1916.
The Methodist Revival
For more than a week a re
vival has been in progress at the
Methodist Church here. Rev. 1
W. R. Harvell, of Mer' Rouge
has been doing the preaching,
and it is the general opinion that I
this community has never heard
a more forcefull speaker. His]
denunciations of sin have been
with telling effect, and his logic I
has been convincing, his per
suasive eloquence have been ir- I
resistable many have declared I
for better things. Rev. Harvell
is humorous and possesses :a re- I
markable degree of natural wit,
which he uses for the advance- 4
meat of religion, while he deals I
sledge-hammer blow against sin, I
he is very sympathetic and often I
brings tears to the eyes of his
hearers by the pathos which
characterize his sermons. His I
deliverence on the subject of
dancing is pronounced the best
ever heard in Columdia. "That
man who does not believe in a
God and who does not under
stand the devine requirements
in this enlightened age of christ
ian civilization has such a small
amount of brains that if they
were dinamite and should sud
denly explode there would not
be enough power to blow his
nose,"was one of the unique
sayings of Bro. Harvell.
Crayss Locals
Rev. Huntsberry, of Pineville,
will be the Pastor of Grayson
Baptist Church, "a hearty wel
come to our new pastor."
Mrs. A. C. Cloyd and Mrs.
Scriber were visitors in Columbia
Wednesday. (
Mr. and Mrs. Rege Cruse, Mr.
IRastus Thurman and Miss Annie
Guyton motored to Monroe and
back Thursday.
G. W. Thompson and family
have moved to Clarks. c
We are glad to welcome in our
midst Messrs. J.C. Bryant from
Memphis Tenn. and Weaver from
Waco, Texas. t
Quite a crowd from here at- ,
tended the minstrel at Columbia 1
Wednesday night. 1
On Tuesday night there were C
objects walking around town,
holding up cars, visiting houses
stores, barns, and lots of other a
places that resembled ghosts in
every respect. If any one doubts
the fact consult Joe Henly.
Preedi of Demscratic
District Committee. J
At a meeting of the 30th Judi- .
cial District Committee heldin n
Columbia, La., at 10 a, m, Oct. !
21st, 1916. There were present: I
Joha Hodges, Chairman, J. W.
Clarkson, Secretary,F. H. Mecom,
J. P. Harris, J. E. MdClanahan
by proxy given to B. E. Erskins.
Upon convesing of the returns of
primary election held in said Dis
trict on Oct. 17th, 1916, it was
found that F. E. Jones received
1091 votes and S. L. Richey re
ceived 963 votes, and F. E. Jones a
was declared the nominee of the
Democratic party for Judge of (
the 30th District, and his nomi
nation was therefore ordered cer- I
tified to the Secretary of State.
Committee then adjourned.
John Hodges, Chairman.
J. W. Clarkson, Secretary.
All parties who intend making
donations to the Baptist orphan
age at Lake Charles, are hereby <
notified that the railroads will
haul such donations free on Nov. 1
14th, 1916. The Iron Mountain
trair will leave Monroe on the I
morning of the 16th, arriving in
Columbia about 8 o'clock. Do
what you can for the little fel
lows, and have your shipment at I
the depot in time to insure move
nient on this train, othewise you
will have to pay the freight.
After an iiles < severalt
weeks, Inga Briiger* di ii at the
St. Francis SanitariurL , 1 n
toe Tueseday evening at the age
f 38 years.
r The remains were brought tc.
Columbia on the early train Wed
nesday morning and funeral ser
vices were conducted at the Meth
!odistchurch by Rev. JM.Alford,
at 10:30, after which, a large con
.course of relatives and friend
formed a prosession, which lkd
to the grave.
Inga was a mnember of one of
,the oldest and best known fam
tilies in Caldwell parish, being the
I youngest son of the late Judge
, Robert Bridger and an own leph
Sew of Mr. C. C. Bricger, of this
Inga was born in Columbia, I
.where te lived until earl' man
I hood, then moving to Monroe
I where he lived until the time of
.his death.
The deceased leaves one broth
er, Stewart Bridger of Shreve
port, and three sisters, Mesdamcs.r
F. B. Butler, J. J. Cuthbert and
M. J. Butler, who also live in
Shreveport, together with a host
of relatives and friend in Colum
bia to mourn his loss.
The Watchman acknowlages I
receipt of of volum one No. 1 of
the Franklin Advance, a;weeki
newspaper that has just come in
toexistanceat Winnsboro,Frank- I
lin parish, under the editorial
and ownership of Mr. H. C.
Baker, who, at one time, was
editor and publisherofthe Watch
man. The Watchman joins his
frlinda in wishing him and the
Advance success.
The news paper print situationl
isitill rising. What do you say
MrSubscriber? Money talks and
weould be glad to hear fron t
SeriIF Sale. t
~I n i T Gladden,
SVs. No. 1574,
Mrs.Ida McGrew. widow, et als. I
30th Judicial District Court Parish of
Cladwell, State of Louisiana.
Be It Known. that by virture fo a
writ of Fieri Facias regularly issued I
out of the Honoable the 30th Judicial r
District Court in and for the Parish
of Caldwell in the above numbered andt
entitled cause and to me directed, 1I
have seized and taken into my possi4 I
sion and will offer for sale at the prin- 1
cipal front door of the Court house in i
the town of Columbia. Parish of Cald- I
welt, state of LAuisiana, on
Saturday, Nov. 1 th, 1916,
between the legal hours for Judicial
sales the following described property I
towit: The swt of the nwk and the v:
half of the swt of section (O, tplS, nr2
east, La., m, containing 120 acres of
land more or less, together with all i
the buildings and improvement thereon
lying and Leing situated in the Parish 1
of Caldwell, State of Louisiana, seized
as the property of the defendents and <
will be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri i
facias and all cost and charges.
Terms of sale cash with benefit of
Witness my hand officially this 2nd
day of Oct. 1916.
J, E. McClanahan,
Sheriff, Caldwell Parish
An ordinance adopted by the Police i
Jury of the Parish of Caldwell provid
ing for the working of parish pirsoners I
on the public roads and other pulilic 1
works of the parish of Caldwell; and
providing for the leasing or hireing out I
of such prisoners to individuals and fix- 1
ing the price per month to be paid by
persons leasing or hireing such pris
oners, per month, and authorizi;g I
the President of said Police Jury to cx ·
act of such lessee or lessees a bon' I 1
for the safekeeping of such prisoners.
and to fix the amount thereof; provid- i
ed that in cases where such prisoner I
p or prisoners shall have been adjudged i
to pay a fine, that said bond shall nev- 4 (
er be less than the total amount of the
fine imposed, together with the costs b
of the prosecution.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Police
Jury of the parish of Caldwell, pursu
ant to Act No. 204 of 1908, that here- h
I after when any male person between
the age of 18 and 55 years shall have
been convicted in the district court of
Caldwell parish, and sentanced to un
prisonment in the parish jail, or to im.
prisonment and the payment of a fine. K
or to such imprisonment in default of
the paymnnt of a fine. such prisoner 4
shall be subject to work the full period 1
of such imprisonment on the public r
roads and other public works of the 4
parish of Caldwell, and the iPrsident I
is hereby authorized to designate the j]
person or persons who shall havecharg
of said prisoners while being worke d
on said public roadN and other publi' 4
works of the said parish of Caldwell,
Sndfor whoecare, protection and safe- 1
keeping, the person or persons thus!
designated shall be resposmible.
i Sec. 2. iHe it further ordained that
the President of the Police Jury be and
he is hereby authorized and empower
ed to lease or hire out to any indi
viduals, any prisoner of the class men
tioned in section one of this ordiance;
provided that no prisoner shall be
;leased or hired out~ for -less than five,
nor more han $16i
Sec. 3.. Be it futther ordained thtt
whenever any Praoners shall have'
been leased or hlr out as provided in
the fore inig.5ecti a of this ordinance
the hters" ter'rjtrs trs lea'! : lr
f'trgive antd' com 0a io wit te . h
a jtin iI t I t finli' 9f . pert
I.tltain or hiremg~i himl shall tri:·, howr~ ;
1S, hich t o' shall nHrt it for a 1u'i t '
l etst th nl the r amý otnt ' a r thl'e lt .lie ; ;
costu hc h adpioe s hat:j ll :1K
bet'n traiud and to yiitlw
a*c I. H it further orui:'i th
cs,, lit'b thei sthe Ith prisar o lh;t
J. A. IWarntr, Pnsul. .a b
ln i a j1dreditt. ('lpayk .rot-m.
ltlii', rwhichbnd shall riot e full i t;
Cot: of h 'h the aridf pabisor ol' In
anlumt froin all after its aloptotin
Atinopted thi the 12th (I a o It.
J1. A. WSarne'r, hIrts
k 1; lRedhitt. ('lock protein.
OR1I)NA N CAEN(cl No. 12-\t.'
ui'h of t'e!-il. I'arishlt tohiweit y:: in
a J -r capits tax of $l.oo per ;t ttti
in !cards 1, Ii. 4. 5, ,, 9s andi that pr.tii
1x atl i years fur thie purposie r. ~
strir:ing, maintaining andi r imsnn' 1l
the public retu iin ti'he sail war(.'4 or
roil I .drits provolnu fur the asons a
flt it and collection of sawn a;; pru- l
vi; nrig penaltics for the failure to pay a;
I t it ordained by the Police Jury. it
that there shall be and is hereby lev iejl 1
a per capita tax of $1.0) per annuiimii or
all nmale persons between the age of 1 I,
and 55 years residing in wards 1, :, 4.
5, ', 9 and all that portion of ward
cont:aineiid in the newly created ran It 1
district No. 1, bteginning with tihe ;t ar
19i6 for the purpose of constructing' b,
anti maintainingm and repairing the pub- hi
lic roads and Ibritges of the said wards at
or road districts in the parish, which e;
tax shall be collected for the year 1t'( it
anid every year thereafter until this
ordinance shall be repealed. 01
lie it further ordained that it shal sl
he the duty of the Assessor of State It
and Parish taxes for the Parish of U]
Caldwell to assess all such per ons
with said tax at the same time that he t(
assesses poll and other taxes :ini to I
extend the same on the awsessnent of a
of the parish in thie same manner. ci
Be it further ordained that said tax b
shall become due and payable on the e
1st day of Dec. 1916 and on the same
day each and every year thereafter h
and the assessor shall be entitled to st
the same compensation for assessing
of said tax as he is allowed by law for
the assessing of other taxes.
Hle it further ordlained that the tax
collector shall collect the said tax in
the same mannei that he collects other tl
taxes and that he shall receive the L
same compensation therefor as is al- ir
lowed by law for the collecting of other b
Be it further ordained that if any g
person against whom inch tax may be h
legally assessed shall neglect, fail or p
refuse to pay the same when due andti o.
upon demr.and, shall be proceeded
aga. ;t by information filed by the b,
dist :ct attorney or by indictment by ti
the rand jury upon trial and convic
tion thereof he shall be fined in a suni c,
not t xceeding ten dollars and not less tr
than five lollars together with the p
amount of said road tax as may be due p
by him as well as all of the costs of L(
the prosecution and in dlefault of pay- qi
ing said line and costs he shall be im- 3
prisoned in the parish jail not less 2t
than ten days nor more than thirty o:
subject to work the period of his jail
sentence out on the public roads of the a
parish. Y(
13e it further crdained that all fines a
and forfeitures collected under this or- di
dinance shall come,when collected,into rt
the road and bridge fund of the sever- a:
al divisions of the parish of Caidwell Ii
heretofore mentioned. Lt
Lie it further ordained that this or- ti
dinance shall take effect f:om and after Ii
its adoption. r(
Adopted this Oct. 12th, 126. o
J. A. .. arner, Pres. tl
R. R. Redditt, ClerI. a
ORDINANCE No. 13 17. it
An ordinance adopted by the Police ti
Jury of the Parish of Caldwell, levying a
a tax of five mills for the year 1916, ci
on all property situated in road dis- c
trict No. 1, of the parish of Culdwedl si
subjsct to state taxation for the pur- t1
pose of building, constructing, main- ti
tainin:g and repairing the public roads
of said.district, and providing for the a
levy of a suflicient tax in said district Ut
for the next 39 years beginning with c
the year of 1917 meeting the payment'ii
of interest and principal of certain a:
bonds issued in said district, based on a
a tax voted therein by the property t:
tax payers of the said district on the a
10th of Oct. 1916, and authorizing the o:
issuance of bonds based on the tax soi
levied, in order that funds may be C
iniimediatly available for the purpose it
of building, constructing, repairiiig se
and maintairing the said public road in U
said district. tl
Sec. 1. Whereas there was, on the J
4th day of Sept. 1916, a petition pre- b
sented to the police jury of the parish o
of Chldwell, signed by a majority ot d
the property taxpayers in road district
No. 1, praying that an election be held Ii
to take the sense of tile property taa
payers of said district touching the it
question of voting a special tax for s:
forty years, beginning with the year 1t
of 1916, on all property situated in said
district, subject to state taxation, fir $
the purpose of building, constructing L
and maintaining pubulc roads in said
district, and to issue bonds based on d
I the tax so voted, and whereas the said 1
police jury did oni the said 4th day of
dept. 1916, order the said election as as
prayed for in said petition, to be hell fi
on the 10th day of Oct. 1916;and where- i
as notice of said election was publised e
mi the Caldwell Watchman, a news- tl
paper published weekly in the parish n
of Caldwell, from the Sth day of Sept. a
to the 1Oth day of Oct. both inclusive, ii
there being thirty cleai days between n
the date of the first publication and i.
the day which said election was held; ii
and whereas the said election was c
held as ordered and pursuant to the re- o
quirements of the laws of the state of
Louisiana in that regard, and in the d
manner and at the time stipulated in a
the ordinance ordering said election,
and whereas the result of said electiono v
as found, declared and promulgated byj
the police jury on the 12th of Oct.l91, (
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B~oth prinehpal and iota. of this
bond are payane ii ia'u. :ntnev of
the Ualithed tates, at, _
This bond is oie of a series ol bon11
of likedate, tenor and tereci, exeelre
mnaturity iashed lII t ' a sold . aIldw '
parosh for the puriije or h ce.nuctiLl
permaient proas, unde r an u le Irnuall.
to and incon A'uellityS 'ithl ai, i .' tit:' r'
qirenents o the l taof M..l ta of tilh'
bodae ofpusanal mc laiu 14' e A'
tŽN therei Sa, aUli t.h It. ot i'C stat
of Louiksana.
It is hereu c12!L11.b :4.1:1iccitid that
alrmanents, alun aindl14 li)4;41 ilpursare
quirkt to n te lllile lli ab .1 thtoIlel rI
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ihi teon, adue the e'XCeew the consti
Itil intherestal. Crtl)jil ofn retni tare
respcutively 1 Iy dae I 141:1) the avail11
of the rtissuia e 04 LII' bod hv114 tr aIU
done, happfla·ti sle Co:ILI:l~, ('rforatl (
th~~egua d byute coicu,1i0 ib mn, e
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to j55,ii:insr i .\ i p. Ill 'L :ii ieO t iU)ilt
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tUeo and t lb :t :I'l y laur tifi('l1, a it2(ite
and dwlaterel t.ia t I: tii.; 1(44 0i3 as
ceretiived toat 5ay41 l'I.0le jre 1 and wifl
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thize Sall ilrI.(!l l'. 141141 11;uL'L. e andi
an to beaili eied :.0to Lt lilsofi 1i ty to
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ald dedleatly'll a til Rl C1l8 (4prt 01' the
aa~i'ls of thei'I1f 02 'lJl oi ~4lll L(·ll millls
Larx for the Iaysinevlt 40 tiliditerecst
of this issue.
CaklxvlP ~, ilrli· 11'state· ol ell,(u;is;nt a,by
seali to lit lii.;l tll 44iXrschl anii this bonrd
to Ine si1i124 by tll I lefilient and at
tes;ixd by tSe 0 tie lli ol tilti 10CIC:l
Jury and tilt ci)lt~iISl i:el'eto) a:nnexed to
be saXeCuttd by n a fiOi:rint. SiayletUred
of tuie said olhcl>:·, 4441(1 )sir h,: II to lie
datedL the b~rst u..y· of No;· A1. ii, 1931t;.
See~. 11). Bec it 1.14 lalnec·l that I ne an
It al pintcirt CoUphon to iautteif to
5J. 1 IlOlerS sWa1 d 14 4i1 al alnt l.llllly the
folI).viugr Ifilln tA). t:
Aof 011 biti 01 l1:(y 0- May 1917
LtOUhiat na prolni-e s tbe JIIV tm, tL2c woedrer
dolor i au t tme - hir ilrest tdieln
dumafl, iet' roao iJLh, a oiaten Nov. 1st,
d ide die it c ll. luin:n that the As
sesvor of state andm part taxes ii anid
for th' parisil III liir l i, ith aild he
is hrmpi )) al till .";thai ' Iiire~ 4 lnd
xtex:-nd and ci 0lgCS ?I 1(4 It.) taX i.:iiiY of
the parish for this 'ua, o; 1lli, the 3
- niji1J tT h htrein ai l~t pI',.jied~ for, on
all ;ro!,er~y -00 '"!c~t ''4 52.4.· tLIxJtiofl
In rttad iony c Žhro I fI thle purpose of
mCletinl a'iu ao' " at mfatLuritny, the
inatove pro'. ia. ]im r ici isnal be -
conie due ( 11y .i 01 th e P le In t day
tete ilay 1917.
f Sec. 1. Be it ordanll that this or
:dinatnce sJhall uikei ellcrt trom and
after ad!~,ptio:i.
dalopted t y the P0411!')' Jury of Cal.-.
I'Well o~n tole 12th ii :v !)e·t. i .)1;;.
J. A. Warner, Pres,
C. P. Thornhiil, Clerk.

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