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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 16 October 1914

Act No. 309 benat Bill No. 111 By Mr. George Wesley Bmitl. JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing an amendment to Article 228 of the Cuonatitution of the State of Section 1. Be it resolved by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisi toa, two-thirds of all members elected endmach House thoncurring, That an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Lousiana b submitution of the qualified electors of the u itted to the approval or rejection as roulre their Article 321 of the Constitution b at the Congressional elecontio bti held on the first Tuesday next following the first Monday in November. 1914. amend ing and re-enactingl Article 223 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana so as to read as follows: Section ARTICLE 223. ectlon h i. Upon the recommendation of the Auditor or the Pollee Jury of any ofarer the Governor may suspend any officer charged with the collection or custody of ub olection or rears. public funds when in ar Section 2. Any officer of this State Or of any district...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 16 October 1914

-------~~ ~ ~ ~ -------- ------ - The Landrof Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story Au.ebr of the Mexican "h"u w.*flul * F Revolution .r T Dok.I R100bIDdOaIrrth~sbyoosJLaYi3 (cerwlgk 19114 by 9k A. ur.r,) -- . .- -- - ..-----a----nna nt the CHAPTER XXII-Continued. "Let the Mexicans fight it out," he said. "They might resent it if you took sides, and that would make it bad for us. Just wait a while-you never can tell what will happen. Perhaps the rurales and federals will stand them off." "What; that little bunch?" demanded Bud, pointing scornfully at the hand ful of defenders who were cowering behind their rock piles. "Why half of them pelones don't know what a gun was made for, and the rurales-" "Well, the rebels are the same," sug gested the superintendent pacifically. p "Let them fight it out-we need every American we can get, so just forget about being a Mexican." "All right," agreed Bmd, as he yield ed reluctantly to reason. "It ain't be cause I'm a Mexican citizen-...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

The Cald Well atchman VOL. 2 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FUIDAY, NI6VE3IBER l:, 1914, ENGLAUND WILL NEVER GIVE UP SAYS KITCHENERI The British Empire is Now Fighting for Its Very Existence ENEMY'S ADYANTAGE LAY IN ITS MACHINES BUT ENGLAND HAS AN ENOR MOUS ADVANTAGE IN ITS MEN AND MATERIAL. JAPANESE CAPTURE TSINGTAU Germany Yields Last Foot of Its Pos sessions in Far East-Japan May Now Help the Allies. * *' * * S * * S S * *. * S Sa S S S * * Jap Troops For France. * * * Japanese Troops For France. * tau the question of Japan's send- " * Ing an army to Europe has begun * * to attract increasing attention. * The idea finds considerable sup- ' * port in military circles, which, It ' * Is believed, that such a move " * woild be welcomed by France. * emperor Yoshohito has given *. * $25,000 toward the foundation of * * St. Luke's international hospital * * a0 Toklo. The gift to a Christian ' * Inst ' tion, without precedent " * hex assurea, it is stated, the seo,* .__,.;ss "dh uoetaiaý~' anglZad...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

Most Exclusive Eating House in Houston, Texas HOUSTON, TEX.-Hunger has a new destroyer Iin an lfltitutiflopned i maHouston. It is the Police cafe. Although located in nthe auooile, hduce at the jail, this is one of the most excluv beatn chouscesn ettherctyeinc Te iitial feed was served at six o clock~ iuna evening. Sixteen uniformed men answered the call. 1 net xcusv camg we amHosong frends oftb difficult to get away from the station P S tfor their meals. Straightwy contribu- N S jil i tions of cooking utensils 1 and provi- r sions b.egan arriving. When a suf- t cient quantity of both had been received, preparations for tie initial ci sprad were started. This was served, as statl feed above, Sunday evening. Isix o'clock Sunday evening. Sixteen uniformed meFortunately for those who dined, an expert cook eds numbered among the ftcall. Inmen at the station. Albert ranger, chauffeur for Chief Davisonus is the ac complishe one. That he is no slouch was evidenced atmong the frclosends of ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution B)r DANE COOLIDGE asr hd WIubdft Tool," "Ulddm Wa~a." "lbs Teziam. St U <CI.1.u. 14, b7FrankA. Muqj. CHAPTER XXVII--Continued. By the signs the land ahead was full of bandits and ladrones, men to whom human life was nothing and a woman 0o more sacred than a brute. At the pass all trails converged, from the north and from the south. Not by any chance could a man pass over it in the daytime without meeting some one on the way, and if the base revoltosos once set eyes on Gracia it would take more than a nod to restrain them. So, in a sheltered ravine they sought mover until it was dark, and while Gracia slept, the heavy-headed Bud watched the plain from the heights above. As he watched he dreamed of a home in which this woman now sleep ing beside him was the queen. He dreamed of years to come with un bounded happiness throughout all of them. Thoughts of Phil and duty to his pardncr were far away. Nothing on the p...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal Parish of Caldwell, Parish School Board and the Tensas Basin Levee Board. I. A. TURNER Editor and Publisher STBSCRIPTION : ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at the postofflce at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. Good Roads Means Progress The columns of The Watchman has talked time and time again on the subject of good roads, and a number of good reasons given urging the t building of good roads, but we believe the follow ing fro:n the Manufacturer's Record sums the r matter up in a more concise way: "It is difficult to mewure up the good accom-i plished by the building of good roads or to cata logue their advantages. It is equally difficult to t enumerate the disadvantages which necessarily t insure to hadi roads. The good roads opens to the co:intry and to the city possibilities for larger f business and for larger profits on the business done. It increases the value of all adjacent land; but it does...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

PERtSONAL AND OTHERWISE Dr. Harper of Standard is the guest of W. C. Welch. Miss Zudie Jones paid Monroe a visit last Saturday, returning that evening. R. A. Vincent of Kelly was in town Monday and paid our office a business visit. J. B. Thornhill of Monroe was among the visitors to Columbia Wednesday of last week. Mrs. J. E. Daniel is spending this week with old friends at Vixen. Miss Marion Thornhill spent Saturday night and Sunday at Clarks with her friend, Miss Robinson. FOR SALE-White Plymouth Rock cockerals, Fishel strein, at $3 each. Mrs. J. M. Bennett, Riverton, La. Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Godfrey spent Sunday in Winsboro with the latters daughter, Miss O'Ine Godfrey. T. A. Wyatt of Clarks was a business visitor to Columbia Monday and paid this office a business visit. Quite a crowd of Grayson's citizens were in Columbia Mon day and Tuesday of this week in attendance upon court that has been in session this week. S. M. Taylor of Vixen was a pleasant c...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

WOMAN WITH WILL WHO FOUN A WAY How Mris. Cunningham-Snyder, Driven by Circumstances, is Winning Fame. IS YOUNG SOUTHERN WIDOW Studying Medicine and Aiding Physi clans, She Now Heads Great Nursing Service Established by Big Life Insurance Company. By RICHARD SPILLANE. i 'opyright. .McCiure Ntwapap-r S-yndlcate. There never was an age in which woman showed such versatility and capacity as she is demonstrating to day. There seems to be no limit to her work, no field in which she cannot blaze her say to success. It is not the woman of the North who is doing it all. The woman of the South is not far behind. One of the daughters of the South who has done remarkable things is Mrs. Georgene Cunninghani Snyder, formerly of New Orleans, but now of New York. A little more than eleven years ago she had a desperate situation to meet. She was young, and she was widowed. Years before a fall had so injured one of her limbs that tuberculosis of the bone developed. To save herself from becoming a cri...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

SOME TERRIBLE WAR BILLS That of the United States Governs ment Heads the List in Point of Size. The wars of Napoleon in 13 years cost France $1,000,000,000 writes Wen dell Phillips Dodge in Leslie's. Our Civil war expenditure of the federal government was $3,400,000,000, near ly thirteen times as much a ear as Napoleon's. The Franco-German war cost France $1,580,000,000, be sides an added war indemnity of $1,. 000,000,000 This same great war, which lasted only 190 days, cost Ger many $450,000,000 for an average fighting force of 1,250,000 men. The other big European war of the past half century, the Russo-Turkish war, cost Russia $786,100,000 but she had two years' fighting for her money. The war in the far East cost Japan $650,000,000 and Russia $723,000,000, not counting lost ships. Only toward the end had either side anything like a million men in the field. Italy's little war with Turkey cost $400,000 a day, allowing for a mere 60,000 fight ing men; and the l3oer war, in which E...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 November 1914

CONTRIBUTE COTTON IFOR BELGIAN CHARITY SUGGESTION THAT HAS BEEN! MADE BY MISS ANNA MOR GAN OF NEW YORK. WPI.r n Ni-w paper fni mI 1.w+ 5"" y". St. Louis, Mo.-Miss Anna Morgan. daughter of the late J. Pierpont Mor can, in a letter received hby local bu-i nP:I.s men. asks all St. Louisians who have purchased cotton in the recent.; "buy-a-bale" movement to contribut" tse cotton to a fund for the relief of the soldiers and the destitute' Of ti' warring countries in Europe. Her letter declares she Iia- organ iged a force of needy women to con vert the cotton into bandages ann wearing apparel. The cotton itself, o. the warehouse certificates, will be ac ceptable, Miss Morgan said. The organization to which her lcf- b ter was addressed replied that it hal h no control over the cotton purchased 0a here, but gave her the names of the ec individual purcliasers, to whom it is expected Miss Morgan n ill address her next appeal. Orders for approxi mately 4,600 hales at $5i "achi were placed here...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

he Caldwe il atchman VOL.28 ('lA'11OIl.A , IA)U[IsANIA, -II).AY', N .1.II[llli ', IIi- NO>. I. SUPPREME ASSAULT BY THE GERMANS ANOTHER OFFENSIVE MOVEMENT IS ABOUT TO BE LAUNCHED IN THE WEST. TO REACH FRENCH COAST British Fleet Resumes an Effective Bombardment of German Positions Along the Belgian Littoral. Western Nmwspapl) r ['1lon News Servlce. London.-While undertaking im mense tasks in the East, the Ger mans, according to all accounts are preparing to launch another offensive movement in the West. It is believed they will make another effort to get through to the French coast and per ' aps at the same time try to force t e line of French fortresses in the A.rgonne region. The Germans have been violently 'ombarding Ypres in Flanders, Sois sons in the Aisne valley and Rheims; while they have been making attacls in force in the Argonne region. The French claim the assaults in the last named region have been repulsed, while the Germans say they have been gaining ground steadily....

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

ber HOW THE POPCORN and MAN WAS "STUNGI cars. unpli the Story of Humphrey ,and the that Amusement Resort Which T He Purchased. men dane coat STRUGGLE FOR DECENCY cust0 and danc How He Drove Away the Saloons, formn Gave Everyone Value for His ted Money, Kept the Place Decent and Finally Won. rest elen By RICHARD SPILLANE. of i Humphrey's father left the farm to rous him. Some persons may find pleas- in s ure and profit in tilling the soil, but, and hard as he worked, Humphrey made days little headway. lie longed for the of comforts and opportunities of city life Ioal and the more he dwelt on what the thei city held in promise the more dissat- wer isfied he became with his lot. Final- old ly he got so tired of "cropping it," N as the agriculturists call farming. ate that he determined to sell out. lie and put the farm on the market and got ily. a purchaser. Then he moved to old town. nuti One thing Humphrey liked was poP- he corn. lie doted on it as a boy and his and appetite for it d...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

TflbA5Ti 011 r CA [J/t4Eifs JOI/c5 6 F EDE RICK PEal, LM AILm SYNOPSIS. At th'eir home on the frontier between hte BroJwns and Grays Marta Galland and htr IIother, entertaining colonel \Ve ter lg;; of the Grays. Pee Captain Lanstron, ptaff intelhgence officer of the Bruwn,. njured by a fall in his aero~plan. Ten ars later. Westerling, nomlual vice but aI chief of staff. reinforces South La r. meditates on war. CHAPTER II-Continued. Rather idly, now, he drew a pad to ward him and, taking up a pencil, made the figures seventeen and twen ky-seven. Then he made the figures Otirty-two and forty-two. lie black ened them with repeated tracings as he mused. This done, he put seven teen under twenty-seven and thirty two under forty-two. He made the twbtraction and studied the two tens. A swing door opened softly and his executive clerk reappeared with a soft tread. "Some papers for your signature, str," he said as he slipped them on the lotter in front of Westerling. "And the 132d-no order...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal Parish of Caldwell, Parish School Board and the Tensas Basin Levee Board. H. A. TURNER Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLARPER YEAR Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. The Sin of Omission The sin of omission is oftentimes more serious in the consequences, than that of commission, as Senator-elect Broussar'd may realize as a result of his remissness in the period that proceeded the congressional elections which o"curred November, 3rd last; whereby a Progressive was elected to Congress in the Third District, instead of H. L. Gueydan, a Democrat. The plain duty and obli gations of Mr. Broussard to give active and hear ty support to the party's candidate, especially in view of his acknowledged influence and political standing were of such a character as to give ready credence to the idea, that his failure to afford sin eere help was tacitly a disapproval of the vot...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

j PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vincent of Holum were in town the first of the week. A splendid line of cook stoves and heaters to be closed out at cost:Sale begins Dec.8. Columbia Hardware and Furniture Co. J. N. Volentine and E. W. Braddock of Holum were among the business visitors to Colum bia last Monday. Now is the time to buy you a good wagon or surrey. We are closing them out at cost. Colum bia Hardware & Furniture Co. Miss Nada Meredith who is attenditg school at the State Normal, will be home on Decem ber 8th. She will remain at home through the winter term. Your farm tools, plow lines, harness, backbands, etc., for the new year can be bought at cost. Sale begins Dec., 8. Columbia Hardware & Furniture Co. STRAYED-From the Cane Hill place, 1 black mare mule, weight about 650 lbs. About 9 years old, gear mark on one side Finder will please notify John Sandford, Newville, Shelby Co., Texas, and receive reward. 23-4t This oportunity may not come again when y...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

"4 •..........e..e...o.. o....o. Fundamental . Principples of l. iealthl * 4 SBy ALLBERT S. GRAY, M.D. (Copyright, 1914, by A. S. Gray) RIGG'S DISEASE AND VITALITY. Next in frequency to the most prev alent human disease, caries, or tooth decay, comes one very closely a.so .iated with it, known in dental liter ature as periodontitis, better known as pyorrhoea alveolorais, or Riggs dis *'ase. This disease, characterized by a more or less general infection of the membranes within the tooth sock ,t, is indicated by a slight tenderness during mastication, looseness of the teeth and pulp sensitiveness, or even pain on the ingestion of hot or cold drinks because of the exposure of the cementum, the external shell of the root. The gum is swollen and soft, the tooth may be raised in its socket, and pressure brings relief. There is a discharge of pus from between the tooth and gum on pressure, the teeth become loose, and, in course of time as the disease progresses and the al veolar process t...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

HAVE YOU 'IN A CHILD? S) Many women long for children, but because of some curable physical derangement are deprived of this greatest of all happiness. The women whose names follow were restored to normal health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta (BR E. ble Compound. Write and ask them about it. day S tute, C " I took your Com- ^ Sa ipound and have a fine, LES strong baby. " - Mrs. JOHN MITCHELL, Mas sena, N. Y. LESS "Lydia E. Pinkham' 3:393) Vegetable Compound isa caoii wonderful medicine for our grit expectant mothers." did ec Mrs. A. M. MYERS, Gor donville, Mo. Last "I highly recommend re , Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound before saving child-birth, it has done so read much for me."-Mrs. E. AM. DOERR, R. R. 1, Con shohocken, Pa. events " I took Lydia E. Pink- 'Twas ham's Vegetable Com- that 1 pound to build up my of vig system and have the i out fr dearest baby girl in the left I world."- Mrs. MOSE Then B'LAKELEY, Imperial,Pa. Simor Ms McasP EIalyl bear "I praise the Com- mandl p...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 November 1914

STILL FIGHTING FOR LEO FRANK'S LIFE JUSTICE LAMAR REFUSED APPLI. CATION FOR WRIT OF ERROR TO U. S. SUPREME COURT. TO TRY OTHER JUSTICES Expected That Condemned Facto-y Superintendent Will Be Sentenced This Week For Third Time. WrPtorn Newsnnner Union News Servile. Washington.-Attorneys for Leo M. Frank, under sentence of death for the murder of Mary Phagan, a factory girl in Atlanta, Ga., in 1913, will carry to other members of the United States Supreme Court their application for a writ of error in Frank's behalf, which was refused Monday by Justice Lamar. Mr. Alexander, one of Frank's lawyers, will remain in Washington to continue the attempt to get inter vention by the Supreme Court on the ground that Fran:'s constitutional rights were violated when the verdict was rendered during his absence front the courtroom. Atlanta, Ga.-"I still have hope that the death sentence against me will not be executed," declared Leo M. Frank in the county jail here when told that Associate Justice ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 18 December 1914

_ IThe Caildwell WatchTman Yt)Is 2M bO1LE il I ;. IO[' fANA, -PRIDAY1l', 1 ;111 º I. IS9 1 11 FORCGE ACTION ON TWO BIG ISSUES IATIONAL PROHIBITION AND EQUAL SUFFRAGE ENGAGE AT TENTION OF CONGRESS. HOLIDAY RECESS IS SHORT Opponents of Both Measures Profess to Believe They Will Fail to Se cure Necessary Two-Thirds. Washington.-The issues of nation al prohibition and woman suffrage will be placed squarely before the House of Representatives as a result of ac tion taken by the House Rules Com mittee Committee when it decided to report special rules for the consider ation of constitutional amendments on both subjects. Incidentally the committee puts an end to all hope of an extended holiday recess. Representative Henry, chairman of the Rules Committee, asserted the rule on the Hobson prohibition reso lution will be presented and pressed to a vote December 22. The suffrage resolution, he said, will follow imme diately. It is believed Democratic leaders plan to limit the Christmas holidays...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 18 December 1914

FIAN OF HANDLING THE COTTON FUND METHOD FOR OPERATION OF THE $135,000,000 LOAN FUND IS DECIDED UPON. FARMERS ARE NOT SATISFIED President H. S. Mobley of the Arkan sars Farmers' Union Says Scheme WIII Not Help Small Farmer. Washlngton.-Plans have been com pleted for the operation of the $135, 000,000 cotton loan fund, and a meet Ing of state chairmen is being held in Washington. The plan was approved on November 30, 1914, by the Central Committee, composed of all the mem bers of the Federal Reserve Board. The Cotton Loan Committee, which worked out the plan and which will be in charge of the administration, is composed of two members of the Fed eral Reserve Board of Washington, D. C., W. P. G. Harding, chairman, and Paul M. Warburg, and five representa tive bankers, Albert H. Wiggin and James S. Alexander of New York, James B. Forgan of Chicago, Festus J. Wade of St. Louis, Levi L. Rue of Phil adelphia and William A. Oaston of Boston. The forms of contracts, notes, certi fleates, ass...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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