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By Mi,. N.J. M.,.dith.
oroughbred hats for sale.
W. G. Ferrand.
rs. J. L. Kelly is quite ill at 1
home on Pine Street. r
yers McSween spent Sunday
bbie Wainwright of Olla, is t
ting relatives on the East it
.C. Bridger Jr. has accepted Cl
osition with Stovall Salee Co. it
Lttorney A. B. Hundley of a
sxandria, came up on business to
Iiss Annie Blanks was the F
'ek end guest of Mrs. J. J. th
imble of the East side. a
Miss Dollie Slade spent Sun- hi
iy with Misses Katie and Laura
avis of the East Side.
Mrs. A.J. DeLaune of Atlanta, foi
a., is visiting her father Mr. se
. J. Dunn this week. se
J. W. James, police jury
nember from the seventh ward
a very proud of his new "Dodge."
Your attention is directed to
head of D. Masur & Sonof Mon- thi
'oe, appearing in this issue. This N.
s a reliable firm. an(
Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Horton of see
Riverton, are rejoycing over ma,
the arrival ofa twelve pound baby fou
The little daughter of Mr. and ed
Mrs' John Austin of Riverton, hor
has been quite ill, but we are A
glad to report that she is im- the
W. H. Stancel who has Mor
.been away for several weeks lost,
*on account of illness, is back ing
and has resumed his duties at speg
I M depot' negsc
Married-At the'house of the pose
bride's parents Rev. and Mrs. A
L. Bass of Winnfield Wednesday for i1
Nov. 1st 1916, Miss Lucy Bass prop
and Mr. D. G. Gilbert of Blanks
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams of Nc
Kelly, have moved to Columbia, the r
and are comfortably located in ers v
their future home, corner Pine Colui
.and Kentucky streets. 6th' f
Misses Beatrice Myers and negre
Annie Duke, Messrs. Patton, prom
Gilbert Jarrell and Labsap of
Riverton, motored to Columbia
*'esday afternoon. Oct,
Dmi Gregory of Vixen, ward Las
five, sTent a few days in town office
this week>. The Doctor was en- lan 1
route to ('.owville, where he prnmI
expects to loe'te and practice his miles
For Site in lay
34 acres of land, 15 L'cres in rewar
cultivation. Good localit.'7 one return
mile to Mt. Pleasant church, one
half mile to school. On ru."al yegms
route. Will sell at a sacrifice, cai. as I.H
and see me.
C. A. Johnson
1027-4t P. 0. Grayson La.,
Cecil Carver, Leesyille High
School boy 13, won the prize and
carried off the honor of being i
thelbest speller in the contest at
the State Fair. The contest and we
luted five hours and there were cash.
thirty-one contestants. 11l-9t
tie haulers, we pay 12cents each, depot 1
and is a short haul. Callat J. L. attentio
Kellys store. 2t the SE
Nsotie to Hog own er that a s
I have in my range 1 sow 2
:shoats, mark split in left ear, Small
upper figure seven and under bit ing sma
in left. is very
Same has been in my range i
aince last February. The proper itself by
owners can prove stock and pay A
for this adv. and get them.
A. L. Winn, Jr., Riverton,La.
Wanted-Highest Cash Prices I illps
Paid For FURS, HIDES, and red hear
WOOL Metal a speciality. 6" x 8"
Write us for prices, second c
M. Kaplan & Son, red oak 1
Monroe, La. class; on
The sun is new every day, it lar insp
shines as a bleasing to man,
with out it the world would be vances.
in eternal darkness. tor, El I
0. R. Cody lKilled.
0. R. Cody of Riverton, was
killed last Sunday morning by
Sthe south bound passenger train,
which arrived at Riverton at5:30.
He had been to Monroe and came
t back on a freight train which al
rived at Riverton at 4:10, and 1
was going to his home at the old
Vollman mill place near the Oua
chita river bridge, when the 1
1train ran into him, killing him
instantly. His body was carried r
back to Riverton by the train
crew and left in the depot,where c
it was examined byCoroner Biggs I
and Dr. May, who decided that
an inquest was not necessary as C
no one was at fault, as he came
to death by his own carelessness. A
His remains were carried to y
Fellowship, and laid to rest in tl
the family cemetery. He leaves tl
a wife and six children to mourn te
his loss. J
I am applying for a pardon
*for H. M. Verbeck, now serving
Ssentence State Penetentiary.
Mrs. H. M. Verbeck,
r Clarks, La.
On last Tuesday night a horse
thief st.ole the saddle horse of
N. M. Davis on the East side
and a valuable saddle belonging
to J. J. Meredith of this place. It
seems that the thief first stole a
mare from B. E. Erskins, but
found her not to have the nec
essary saddle gaits, so exchang
ed her for Mr. Davis's saddle
horse and proceeded on his way.
A posse of citizens assisted
the Sheriff and they tracked the
thief to within a few miles of
Monroe, where the trail has been
lost, however, they are still serch
ing for him, and hope to make a
speedy capture. The thief was a
negro and they have a fairly good 4
description of him, and he is sup. I
posed to live at Monroe.
A reward of $50.00 is offeredt
for his capture and return of the E
ns of Notice is hereby given, that
nbia, the next examination for teach
)d in ers will be held in the town of
Pine Columbia, La,, Dec. 4th, 5th and
6th' for white,7th, 8th and 9th for
and negro. All applicants must be
ton, prompt and on hand at 9 o'clock
n of each day-rules and regulations
bia oas heretofore shall be enforced.
J. C. Hines, Supt.
Oct, 27th, 1916,
yard Last Wednesday the Sheriffs'
ow office was tiped off to a well laid
he plan to blow up and loot the gov
Shis ernment safe at the Locks seven
miles north of here. Sheriff Me- I
I Clanahan as usual lost no time
in laying his plans and getting c
Son the scene of action and as a 1
one reward for his good work, he I
one returned with two professional I
'al yegman who gave their names 1I
ai. as I.W. Fisher and C. A. Fox.
a., One and and half miles west n
gh of Clark-' a piece of land con- p
nd taining 10 Acres 4 acres open, a
ng with 5 room house, barn, garden us
at and well of 'ood water. In the
est se qr. of sec. 9. Price right for tl
111-9t T. ,3. Furgerson. d+
Don't let the goo' road to the tc
h, depot be neglected. We called
2 attention last week to t he washes
in the sand dump. Don 't forget
2 that a stitch in time savs nine.
r, Small towns grow by pr.ifmot.
it ing small things that grow. It
Sis very seldom that a town makes ?r
:r itself by landing big things. HI
WANTED CROSS TIES.
I will pay 35e for 1st class white Pr,
oak, post oak, cow oak, overcup ga
d red heart gum and heart cypress at
* 6" x 8" x 8' cross ties; lWe for Do
second class; 25e for 1st class we
red oak varieties, 6c for second ie
class; on right of way of the
Iron Mountain on grade. Regu. I
Lt lar inspections, reasonable ad- pse
e vances. J. H. Cordill, Contrac- ale
tor, El Dorado, Ark. 7.1-6m yoi
was T. F. Seiler of Glenmora, La.,
by was a visitor to Grayson this
:30. Wilbur Humphries, Dewey
tme Fitzjarald, Mrs. L.F. Pine, Mr.
al- and Mrs. J. C. Hearne motored
and to Chatham Saturday and return
old ed Sunday.
ua- Miss Alma Warner is visiting
the Miss May Wallie at Mt. Pleasant.
him The Grayson depot is being
ied repaired also being enlarged.
amin Miss Lorena Warner has ac
ere cepted a position at Jena, she
cs8 left Wednesday for that place.
iat Miss Angle Cloyd is visiting in
as Columbia this week.
ne The success of the Grayson
sO. Agricultural High School this
to year at the State Fair was no less
in than all previous years. The
es three boys forming the school
rn team won first place in live stock 4
judging, gaining for the school
a Silver Cup, and personal prizes
to the amount of $35.00. We
n lost the corn judging cup because
Ig of some of the members of the
team being disqualified not be
ing corn club members, however t
we won fourth and fifth places
in this contest. We also won
fourth, fifth and sixth places on
e poultry. t
ing Budded on earth to bloom ii
It Heaven. God in his all wise
a wisdom saw fit to call from thii
but earthly home to live in Heaven,
ec- the infant son of Mr. and Mrs,
ng- P. P. Curry. Little Louis Mon.
dle roe was borned July 25th, 1915.
y. Died Oct. 20th, 1916, age four.
ed teen months and twenty-five
of Weep not dear parents that
en your arms are now empty, for
ch your precious baby is now at rest
a with his maker. The Golden
a streets are now made glad with
od one more little angle. While you
p. loved him God loved him best.
Let this be your consolation
id that you now have one precious
be child: whose battling feet with
holy profits tread the Golden
Rev. B. L. Payne.
it LOST:- One Ladies hunting
1- case, gold watch, with fob. 'ob
)f has a small gold foot ball on it,
d on one side of foot ball there is a
)r purple "L" with 1915 under it,
e on other side is the name J, C.
k Floyd, below name is the word
s "Tackle". This property was
I. lost at Grayson on Oct. 20th 1916 1
A $10.00 reward is offered for
any infomation leading to its re
s covery, please notify Post Mas
Ster at Clarks, La.
Fire early Sunday morning f
Idestroyed a negro house in a
French Town. The origin of d
the fire is unknown and the oc
cupants had a narrow escape
losing all their personal effects.
The building was owned by S, J
V. Keenon, and was a total Q
Notice To Tax Payers.
The tax 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 Pariseb taxes
Iset' forth thereon are due and collect.
able, that the taxer on movable prop
erty become due and exigible after
r the first day of November, and that
the taxes on immovable property be
come due and exigible after the 31st
day of December 1916, and will draw
interest after said date at the rate of
ten per cent per annum until paid,
Columbia, La., October. 29, 1916.
Notice for Publication.
Departnent of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at
Uaton Rouge, La.
Nov. 5th, 1916"
Proof under Act 6-4-12.
Notice is I ereby given that Charles
Hunter, Jr., of Vixen, La., who, on
Oct. 17th, 1911, made homestead entry
No. 04719, for seJ of swjsec. 24,tp1.n,
range 2., La., Meredian, has filed no
tice of intention to make three year
pIroof, to establish clairp to the land
t Love describ'ed, before Clerk of Court
at Columbia, La., on the 20th day of
Dece.-nber, 1916. Claimant namesa *s
witneujes: H. Walter Furlow ad TJnPfI 1
Wesley .f Hardie, La., Willie )1iDa )
lel and Uose Baldwin, of Vixen, La.
1110 E. D. Gianelloni, Register.
This is the week when a lot of
people poitt with pride at the
election figures and say, 'I told
Charles Earnest Morris.
La., Was called higher on the even
this Ing of October the first 1916.
He was almost 22 years of age.
ewey He left a wife and one small
Mr. child. For many ,o()nth: he had
tored been conclous of the nearness 0f
!turn death, and he studied the Word
of God earnestly to learn and
iting follow the way of life. Calmly
Cant. and heroicly hý faced his depar
. We shall miss him, but Ne are
ac- grateful for the in fluence for t
she good thatstill lives with us.
"They talk about the fading hopes,
e. That mocks thi i,.;e;. to be
g in But write me d&w a. sam iying,
There's hope t'lugh for me,
rSon Over the old woru i's . aiting,
this The sweetest !1 Usic swells,
In the stormiest ight I listen a
less And hear the helis --the bells!" a'
l The Monroe News-Star of Nov, ti
ock 4th, publishes an account of an `r
ool interview held with Superinten. 18
zes dent A. R. Taylor, of the Iron t;
We Mountian, who states that his ro
use road will soon put on a fast pas- i
the snger train from Omaha, Neb., s
be- toNew Orleans, that will make th
ver the run from Milri'Onre to New a
ces Orleans in eight hours and thirty an
on minutes against the present
on schedule of fourteen hour. This dis
train will be operated in the in- 19
terest of through traffic only and lie
will no doubt make the run from or
in Monroe to Alexandria without ant
se stopping. orIF
Cis A stranger in our midst stum- he
n, ble down the walk way from the Cal
's. depot a few days ago, asked an- wt
n- other stranger the question "Why xt
5. do you recon they don't fix this oft
r- walk down this hill? The fel- sha
Je low answered, guess the Council 1st
runs a jitney round the rock road andi
at and they want you to ride. How of s
)r about it boys? the
OUSd John T. Gladden,
Vs. No. 1574,
lith Mrs. Ida McGrew, widow, et als.
den 30th Judicial District Court Parish of
Clsdwell, State of Louisiana.
Be Known, that by virture fo a
eri Facias regularly issued
Honoable the 30th Judicial
in Court in and for the Parish
of Ca well in the above numbered and
0oB entitled cause and to me directed, I
have seized and taken into my posses
sion and will offer for sale at the prin
8 a cipal front door of the Court house in
l the town of Co' imbia, Parish of Cald
well, state of Louisiana, on
C. Saturday, Nov. 11th, 1916,
ºrd betiween the legal hours for Judicial
salelkhe following described property
as towit: The sw} of the nwi and the w
16 half of the swj of section ht, tpl5, nr2 (
east, La., m, contaiaingv 120 acres of
or land more or less, together with all
the buildings and improvement thereon
lyingand Ie ing situated in the Parish
t8- of Caldwell, State of Louisiana, seized L
as the property of the defendents and
will be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri
facias and all cost and charges.
STerms of sale cash with benefit of I
n Witness my hand officially this 2nd
of day of Oct. 1916.
C. J, E. McClanahan,
Sheriff, Caldwell Parish
S. An ordinance a.opted by the Police t
S Jury of the Parish of Caldwell provid- s
ing for the working of parish pirsoners p
a on the public roads and other public t
works of the parish of Caldwell; and o
providing for the leasing or hireing out k
of such prisoners to individuals and fix- fi
ing'the price per moith to be paid by tl
ih persons leasing or hireing such pris- o.
Soners, per month, and authorizi::g bi
the President of said Police Jury to ex a
i act of such lessee or lessees a bond tt
in for the safekeeping of such prisoners, 1(
Sand to fix the amount thereof; provid- is
's ed that in cases where such prisoner Ile
t" or prisoners shall have been adjudged in
Sto pay a fine, that said bond shall nev- ol
r er be less than the total amount of the at
it fine imposed, together with the costs sa
* of the prosecution.
t Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Police 4t
SJury of the parish of Caldwell, pursu- se
a nt to Act No. o204 of 1903, that here- of
after when any male person between th
the age of 18 and 55 years shall have N,
been convicted in the district court of to
Caldwell parish, and sentanced to im- pa
prasonment in the parish jail, or to irn qu
prisonment and the payment of a fine, to
or to such imprisonment in default of of
the payment of a fine, such prisoner dig
shall be subject to work the full period th
of such imprisonment on the public an
roads and other public works of the die
parish of Caldwell, and the President th
Sis hereby authorized to designate the po
person or persons who shall havecharge be
of said prisoners while being worked i pri
on said public roads and other public on
works of the said parish of Caldwell, as
and for whos care, protection and safe- in
keeping, the person or persons thus pa;
designated shall be responsible. of
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained that to
the President of the Police Jury be and the
he is hereby authorized and empower- the
ed to lease or hire out to any indi- the
viduals, any prisoner of the class men- any
tinned in section one of this ordiance; i hel
provided that no prisoner shall be qui
leased or hired out for less than five, Lo
nor more than $16. ma
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained that 1the
whenever any prisoners shall have ani
been leased or hired out as provided in as
the foregoing sections of this ordinance the
s. the person or persons leasing or hire
ing suCl pri,oner, shall be required to
give hond ir favor of the parish of
C even- Cald scll, al, in accordance with sec- i
1916. tion 11. .Act I of 1908. t
Soc. 4. He it further ordained that
Sage. in the even t of the le asing or hirjing t
small out at an risoerc as provided in th iiiS t
Sordlianre. sections 12:, 13. 14, 15 and 1e c
le ha of Act 2.4 of 19o: shall be literally j .
less of CUo'stiut4 and iicopiii d with. JIe
Wr . 5. , it fur:ther or dained that :
Woand a nlj er aI :1n."iier shall have been b1
I and H:JJ'vr ed to payv a tine, thc' person si
lea.sinr1 or hireing hin shall give bond a
aln. as requied by z('ctioni 11 of Act 204 of sI
lepar- 190t, w'vich bond shall not be for a sum in
less than the amount of the fine and pr
costs w ich the said prisoner shall have vi,
+e are been acjudged to pItay. an
ec. t. HBe it further ordained that
e fr this ordinance shall have full force and ne
1. effect front and after its adoption. liv
hopc-s, Adopted this the 12th day of Oct. ta:
e J. A. Wa'rner, Pres. tiet
I i Ireddlitt. Clerk protein. ry,
Ie, ODItINANCE No. 12-W. /
An ordinance adopted by the Police a'i'
Jury of the Parish of Caldwell levying
a per capits tax of $1.00 per year per ho!
lls!"'' annum upon all male persons residing run
in wards 1, 3, 41. 5, ;, 9 and that por- of
Nov, tion of ward 2 contained in the newly hur
created road district No. 1 of the par- pay
f an ish of ('aldweli. between the ages of yea
nten- 18 and 55 years for the purpose of con- 192:
structing, maintaining and repairing 19:(
Iron the public roads in the said wards or Si
t his road districts,providing for the assess- two
menit and collection of same and pro- hun
Pas- vi(inig ;enalties for the failure to pay and
eb. such. eadl
Be it ordained iby the Police Jury, I1;:,
nake that there shall be and is hereby levied 1941
New a p1r' capita tax of $1.00 per annum on Si
all male persons between the age of 1S born
lirty and 55 years rhiliing in wards 1, 3, 4. beec
Sent 5, h, 9 and all that portion of ward 2 day
contained in 'he newly createdt road 1942
This district No. 1, beginning with the year Se
in- 191; for the purpose of constructing bond
and maintaining and repairing the pub- hunt
and lic roads andi bridges of the said wards iand
rom or road dlistricts in the parish, which each
tax shall be collected for the year 19 6 1950
out and every year thereafter until this se
ordinance shall be repealed. of th
Be it further ordained that it shall shall
ub- be the duty of the Assessor of State first
and Parish tax's for the Parish of of l9
the Caliwell to assess all such persons Sue
an- with said tax at the same time that he teres
assesses poll and other taxes and to for it
Vhy extend the same on the assessment of and 1
this of the parish in the same manner. each
Be it further ordained that said tax begin
fel- shall become due and payable on the endin
1cil 1st dclay of Dec. 1916 and or, the same Sec
day each and every year thereafter herei,
)ad and the assessor shall be entitled to subst
the same compensation for assessing
OW of said tax as he is allowed by law for
the assessing of other taxes.
_ be it further ordained that the tax- Roac
collector shall collect the said tax in EKn
the same manner that he collects other the PI
taxes and that he shall receive the Louisi
Ssame compensation therefor as is al- indebt
.. lowed by law for the collecting of other by pr(
Be it further ordained that if any getheic
person against whom anch tax may be hereof
legally assessed shall neglect, fail or per ce
refuse to pay the same when due and on the
upon demand, shall be proceeded Boti
of against by information filed by the bond a
district attorney or by indictment by the Ur
Sa the grand jury upon trial and convic- This
led tion thereof he shall be fined in a sum of like
:ial not exceeding ten dollars and not less maturi
ish than live lollars together with the parish
md amoi,.t of said road tax as may be due perma
I by hi 1 as well as all of the costs of to and
s- the r rosecution and in default of pay- qireme
in- ing aiJd fine and costs he shall be im- State <
in lrisoimed in the parish jail not less 281 the
Id- than ten days nor more than thirty of Loui
subject to work the period of his jail It is
sentence out on the public roads of the all acti
ial parish. quired
ty Be it further ordained that all fines the issi
W and forfeitures collected under this or- done, i
r2 dinance shall conie,when collecr.ed,into regular
of the road and bridge fund of the sever- as requ
all al divisions of the parish of Caldwell indebte
in heretofore mentioned, this boi
sh Be it further ordained that this or- tuuona
"d dinance shall take effect from and after the Imiti
rd its adoption. respct
!ri Adopted this Oct. 12th, 1916. of mne I
J. A. Warner, Pres. thorizec
of R. R. Redditt, Clerk, and to I
id ORDINANCE No. 13-W. to 1%55,
An ordinance adopted by the Police due: ant
'h Jury of the Parish of ('.1 .Wll, levying and dec
a tax of five mills for ,. year 1916, certaine
on all property situsa d in road dis- contmnuw
:e trict No. 1, of the lparmsh of caldwell stalner
3- subjsct to state taxation tur the pur- the sam
rs pose of building, constructing, main- tne prin
ic taiiiing and repairing the public roads gether \
Id of said district, and providing for the of all ot
It levy of a sulliemeat tax in said district that pro
c- for the next 3d years beginning with continue
y the year of 1917 meeting the payment manner,
i- of interest and principal of certain and dedi
g bonds issued in said district, based on avails of
: a tax voted therein by the property tax for 1
d tax payers of the said district on the and prin
;, 10th of Oct. 1910. and authorizing the of this il
I- issuance of bonds based on the tax so In tesi
r levied, in order that funds may be Caldwell
1 immediatly' available for the purpose its Police
- of building, constructing, repairing seal to b
&. and maintaining the said public road in to be sig
s said district, tested bJ
Sec. 1. Whereas there was, on the Jury and
e 4th day of Sept. 1916, a petition pre- be execu
- sented to the police jury of the parish of the sa
- of Caidwell, signed by a majority of dated the
ri the property taxpayers in road district
e No. 1, praying that an election be held R. R. He
f to take the sense of the property tax Sec. 10
- payers of said district touching the nual inte
- question of voting a special tax for said bond
forty years, beginning with the year foliowiug
f of 1916, on all property situated in said No. -.
r district, subject to state taxation, fcr $.-. .Ti
1 the purpose of building, constructing Louisiani
and mraintaining public roads in saui - - -doll
district, and to issue bonds based on due on it
the tax so voted, and whereas the said 1916. No.
police jury did on the said 4th day of See. 11
Sept. 1916, order the said election as sessor of
prayed for in said petition. to be held for the pi
on the 10thday of Oct. 11J16;and where- is hereby
as notice of said election was publised extend an
in the Caldwell Watchman, a news- the parisl
paper published weekly in the parish mills tax
of Caldwell, from the 8th day of Sept. all proper
to the 10th day of Oct. both inclusive, in road di
there being thirty cleal days between meeting r
the date of the first publication and interest al
the day which said election was held; inabove p
and whereas the said election was come due
held as ordered and pursuant to the re- of May I1
quirements of the laws of the state of Sec. 12.
Louisiana in that regard, and in the dinance a
manner and at the time stipulated in after adoj
the ordinance ordering said election, Adopter
and whereas the result of said electioin well on th
as found, declared and promulgated by
the police jury on the 12th of Oct1916, C. P. The
ig or hire- from the returns received by the v.U.''
required to jury from the conmnissii:it'r, ;:t!,!;1
parish of said election was carried by a it s es t
ithsecpa- pybe in th nmbrt of' votes e-tI
uatft:n of prof1 1 1 'I tv it9 . , , . *,.
ained that 1r it orda by }
arsor Sj(jgte. paris itt furdhel thi'
fd inh iin tis tax on th e d olli n of asm t
15 and p o of all property situate I! ,
literally :So. I of the prish ofita
et; and olleth Itei for th Y:."
ained that and 1 hat fur ';"+
mave been begira. ill., WHe i ir !:',
he per~stoi Shall belit. IC
give bond a t fiv hna tho se In ";
At2041 of sub'lect It' st
for a sum meet the payuient o
fine and principal of thd 'ouabld he:
shall have videdl for, as the tflr bt t
lined that s. l'e it urt' r ortim ti
force and neoftiat ith on oii n 'tn
elion five mb Lud re rd dollars'c eshll bec ' "
h of Oct. tax the yot l f shall hi i s
Saiat 1 1 a 1951.
tir, Pres. denit arnd '.tA .rrSit d kty .t
ry, 1 and b ii i .
iC Poic'te az'it~ally.
I levying Sot. , ," it orlait .:
year pter bornd of liye htund~ei i ol ii. a
residing runit' due iand ja., .''i tie 11:,
hat por- of dtay 191o ; and that 'tie pKr
e newoly horidred dollrars shall hitcolt it
the par- payable on tIe first ofda 1; Mill
ages of year of 191 pr191;+, of 1:'::
of con- 192:i, 1924, 1t25, 19t2, 1927, ;92 I. 1:
epairing 19;;0 andl 19:1.
ards or Sec. 4 Be it further tof In;
assess. two bonds of the- ienot~iiiat,' f
nt pro- hundred dollars aro i, skio no , i t
e to pay and payable on the linst dciy
each of the years of An;.
it Jury, 19315, 19,116, 14;7, ]:92:, 1'+i''. if1+ I ,,
iy levied 1941.
mumornn S-ec. 5. lHe it rturi o +i. ,,
gwe of is bon sti o five hunodredia, -i
1, .3,4. bectene due and paya:blef :, Ill.
ward 2 dlay if May in each.ifl' ':
acri h of taiweb
ed road 1942, 1943, 11144, 1945 and Dst.
he year Sec. 6. Be it ordained tirto t.r
ructing bonds of the denomination it.
he pub- hundred dollars each shall bte -1
I wards ayd payable on the first day tst n
which each of the years of 1947, 1t. t91
ar 19 6 1950 and 1951.
;i this See, 7 e. it ordained tfm; 7 .1
of the dfenomination of thrti:of l ea
t shall shall become due and payable an t"it
e State first day of May in each ofi tit
dish of of 1952, 1953. 1954 and 1955.
terons Sec. U , t e it ordained tiat til'
hat he terest on acah and every bon pravid..
and to for in this ordinance shall cii (C ni.'
lent of and payable on the first day of1 Mit
r. each year of the period of fo'ruty yit
lid tax beginning with the year of 1.11 ,1
sfl the ending with the year of 11)55,
same Sec. 9. Be it ordaindtu that il notd.
eaf Ir hereinabof'e provided for sh:l n I1t:
led to substantially the following f'rrti ;',witt
essing 2 United States of Ami,:e.v
hiw for State of Louisiana,
Parish of Caidwel;.
e tax- Road Bonds for Road Distrint V.
ax in Know all man by these presitnts t4i
other the Parish of Caidwell in the Stat
e the Louisiana, acknowledges isteat to ltt
is al- indebted, and for value received, int.
other by promises to pay bearer the s t o
$50,0 th on the 1st day of May 1917. t
f any gether w b. interest thereon fraiii tale
ay be hereof untill paid, at the rat.' tof '.,
rail or per cent per annum. payable~aniitu;;y
e and on the first day of May 1917.
eeded Both principial and interest ofi
y the bond are payable in lawful ianto.v
t by the United States, atme t.....
lnvic- This bond is one of a series o f .;
nsum if like date, tenor and terms, e s-e,,
t less maturity issued by the said u a ;ill
d the parish for the purpose of cons tructin
e due permanent roams, under and pie and
is of to and inconformity with all of ith re
pay- qirermnnts hof (theCnsti on;,. of t -,a
e am- State pofvoisianha, iencludi ng Artil
les i1therntnetof, mandte law of telo iao
Sjni m taisner,.ebyin cerifde androreidti;in~r
fthea llan s and cictnd uitionsn pand thry i -
qruiaxfrd tohe (lonet rocen tho atnd in
fnsthe issuarncepa of this bond ohaer tie'..
th or-doe thappssene n enPfreli
ev so rn equired y lwhandothat teprs tota
beIlwell, indebtde ssa of Laiopaish n lari,ro
theits bondideJryhs ntceued th cor nsti
Sn or-l tutoa or hsttuoy limixeation.thitibon
afinteresgndb the nreerest and prnialo oi r
r esp.tively payable rkofn the si Po~±ls
ofhe J ry sidute ofs thetentmlo anxd au
>rea. thorieced by ta aconstituue sivnstur
tshof pr doptlypyheersam anths tondvtoall
olic du:aned thirt isheey certified. t. Jt d
yineadR.. delredditht, itha e erk.iy
.916 Sert1.Bei rained that sadreiuei azan-l
whel stalinnso interest opons thisttbcil is
pforth samebns hl beme due suand paable tid
am- ioclprincia here ofwat: mt~iy o
aid gNther wit the pritcial o Man ci zi
theo all oTher bondsh of thisweil state ;.
rict thisataprovisioehs bee mad ote haii er.
ihontinue oits od beomde dated No. 01s
ten See.e11. settin oraside, tappropriAii
on avails of sthe resdueo sarid taen in.a
erldta for the payment of thdwlle antdr .tw
the and perinppa ofthoise and othertbdnds
sod Intestimonyd wheres of, the paxrlish ol
b* te paridwll in the state of Loniia, in y
ose mitls Polic Jurreha cause roed itfor, on'
-in sal tropber hubereto afixiland tahi oid
Ie in toabe dsrigne by fo the Prsienurpd ot
nditeestead by thepaler of the said Ioircc
thsoe Jury and tayeblepons hert anesdtod
re- be excuedbyafa-smie1i7.ur~
,ihof the sa.Beid offcrsaned thisatn tohisor
of Adopted b the firste day of NoaA Li -ii
riy J. A. Warner, Pres,
tax Sec 10ha. e it ordainedtatten