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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 18 December 1914

k V.. SJ", vr!f'?Y ."op. J 4 ."ýf \{ N ý ~''·'' :".:·2, :·:.e r: L7:· V, TA :'' ::a --- -- - -- - -- - - -- - -- - -- - -- - - -- - -- - -- - -- - - If Grandpapa, Were Santa Claus! ` tI . . -I 3X' ::tip:::' 44 If Grandpapa were Santa Claus, how happy we would be ! When toyshop toil was finished he would take us on each knee. He'd tell us all his secrets and he'd name the pretty toys He'd made and kept in hiding for the other girls and boys. We have a real, live Grandpapa ! He visits us each year, And he is quite a bosom friend of Santa Claus, I hear. Although he owns no reindeer, and of playthings no great store- If Grandpapa were Santa Clause we could not love him more ! GENE IAORGAN. EMOTIONAL VALUE OF DAY Christmas Spirit Almost Universally Felt, But What It is Remains a Mystery to Many. The emotional value of Christmas may be said to be universally felt. Something happens at Christmas that, if only for a day or two, does the whole world good. What that some thing is remains for ...

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. — 18 December 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal Parish of Ca!dwell, 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. BAD ROADS ARE OUR WORST ASSET. It is useless for the traveiling publlic's at tentin in t Ihe called to the c(ndition of the nfewl\v gradc(ld hill lust a short distance from (Coilllinia. T'his great l)bg)ear was remnved durin. the spring of th= gar and made a n odel rmad,. hut no ow the ' weather has about set in and the co nditi of this hill is just simply the definition of procrastination. 'ihe lack of the rigl spirit put to wards hay i'v`. it graveled 1tefo r.- \\inter sets in has oc Casio ned the fari' . that have to travel that mile of road to .*iomiee discouraged. To gravel this hill for the distance of one mile would mean a 1. saving to the farmers of this parish and the town of Coluinibia....

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. — 18 December 1914

PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Better pay that poll tax now. Lowney's candies at M. E. Yarborough's. Mrs. W. B. Mask paid Monroe a visit last Saturday. Mayor W. C. Welch paid Mon roe a business visit Saturday. J. S. Smith of Grayson was in town last Friday and paid our offices business visit. Attorney Adolph Wolff of Mon roe was a business visitor to Col umbia last Saturday. Mrs. J. R. Humphries left Thursday morning for her home in Chaudrant, after a week's visit to her parents in Columbia. Joe Wright Swift, student of the L. I. I., Ruston, is expected home next week to spend the holidays. A splendid line of cook stoves and heaters to be closed out at cost:Sale begins Dec.8. Columbia Hardware and Furniture Co. The construction crew of the C. T. & T. Co., arrived last Mon day and are at work making preparations to stretch their cable across the Ouachita River at Columbia. Your farm tools, plow lines, harness, backbands, etc., for the new year can be bought at cost. Sale begins Dec., 8. ...

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. — 18 December 1914

The Last Shot BY FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright. 1914. by Charles Scribner'a Sons) SYNOPSIS. it their romom on the frontier betwi en the lIruwna and Grays Marta Gallant ant her mother, entertaiing Colonel Westcr rling of the Grays, see Captain Lanstron, Staff latelligencr otfficer of the Browns, injared by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerling, nominal vice but real chief of staff. reinforces Snuth La Tir, meditates on war, and speculate:is on ti . cmiialptut:e ages of hiuself and lMar ia. who is visiting in the Gray capital. Weeterling calls on Marta. She tells him of .er teaching chldt-ren the flli's of war and martial patriotism, hbogs him to pr - Vtent war while he is chief of staff. in] p'rlli ts that it he mattes war against t!h Tr-wns he will not win. On the iimarch with the 13d of the Browns Private Strin shy, anarchist, decries war and plit'd oit; patriotism and is placed untder aro ret ColIil Lanstrion everhearing. higs L!nt ohf. fainstron calls on Marta at Ier...

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. — 18 December 1914

Ii'ff`'iýýf'+''i ''fff='*i=i*L B egini .r * * ***.ý ***.ý .*. * *..*..0 .ý.0 .ý·.0.4 0 * º* Fahre 4 treatn Fundaniental :, 100.4 t 14jtermpe .4 mal,i .: Principles of i ResR *iI. p j htion le alt s rather *:4ºý whichl llealh . º .ý ºý'bacte º the v I this 1 f 4factu By R ,Mand t * gesti' .1;ByALBERT S.GRAYM.D. ºý we h j 1 .. ... a.~.. a...... ... . .. a.. .... ý.. . . . ý . . ý. . . u u s e < wthe (Copyright, 1914. by A. S. Gray) caseI CANCER AND THE RADIANT RAYS. It is exceedingly difficult for most of Th us to grasp offhand a clear understand- upon Ing of anything we cannot see with warr our own eyes, hold in our hands, touch, even taste, smell or hear; but with a very scier little effort we can achieve the seem- now ingly impossible and secure an un- cal I derstanding of phenomena beyond the cove reach of our personal senses. And men this is well worth while because a com- sciel prehension of natural forces enables tube us to Live sane, wholesome and there- pect fore happy liv...

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. — 18 December 1914

~1" IIAPP A: Philadelphia Has a Great Family of Foundlings P P1LLADELP1IA, PA.-The city o. Ph ihladphia is the official father aw:: mother of thousandis ofii children, u.i("(inrli.d c, M2iss Ella F. larris, clili dren's agent of the dej,;irtnien ot (, puh Iialti aid charities. The city has Es0c tid their naIles and religion and is trcyinC to hie the lest Inparent that an im ies tie par entaI l einli.i Il ionts fIt thlie 'af1y na1mueless little strancers that /, - IThe oi'utdlingc the orphan, the de ________ litqir'ent. and the child who for some 0th t teastin has been cut off front its parents are very numerous in the city. They are well taken care of in the (ity of Brothetly Love and but few know et the presence of more tian tw}elve thousand children in nearly seventy-five institutions within the city limits. A social worker in touch with the facts has said that neprly $l,t0t,bo) are 8spent annually in the care of the city's future citizens, who have been deprived of a home trainin...

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. — 25 December 1914

The Caldwell Watchman O .) (1(1UU11IA, IA)I'ISI.NA, FlIi)A_, I)E(]iI il "5, 191 I BATTLES FOUGHT IN SNOW AND IC1 RUSSIAN AND GERMAN CLAIMS CONTINUE DIRECTLY CONTRADICTORY. PUSHING TOWARD WARSAW There Seems Little Doubt That Rus sians Are Retreating, But German Victory Apparently Exaggerated. cstern Newspaper Union News Service. London.-The battles between the Russian and the Austro-German ar- or mies in Poland and Galicia are lieing al fought amid deep snow and in bitter - cold. No news of any decisive gain I came from either side Tuesday. The U Russian and German claims continue to be directly contradictory. The Germans in Poland again are making a fierce attack toward Warsaw and the Russians are making a stand p against them on the east bank of the Bzura river, 30 miles west of Warsaw. Grand Duke Nicholas' army holds a natural strategic line 50 miles long, running roughly, north and south along the east banks of the Bzura nd Raw ka rivers. A Although there seems very lit tie doub...

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. — 25 December 1914

the hone The FAILURE BROUGHT putt H verb ibad SUCCESSTO HIMH ly 1 hon Collapse of Early Business Ven- iof ture Made Shultz a Pickle sto( the King. in P thse The MOTHER AND WIFE HELPED sal( trib froi Persistent Work, Honest Goods and diol Old Woman's Cheerftul Philosophy tim Carried Him Through Adversity face sicl to Great Prosperity. Ma By RICHARD SPILLANE, lyr (Copyrligt. McClure Newspaper Syndlcate.) mil When the firm failed, Mr. Shultz strn could not understand why people fro; didn't get excitetd and the newspapers end did not devote columns and columns for of space to the event. To him the son collapse was the most crushing dis- foIl aster in commercial history. lie was on( only twenty-two and had been a part-er r ner less than eight months. He had en $3,500 in the concern, and that was a pla lot of money to a youth who had been Tb working for small wages and had been ter in America only a few years. the There are some sorrows that are we bearable if they stir sympathy or in- wo...

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. — 25 December 1914

"'"'i".i ~ri" "v f y ^-ýL ·.?P Th. Vk13©Th .UIE ©~·)j: ANCENTCIADE w CRCO i~"~: ·, z -·;. f .:,~~ 4 - ~' "' A"'` ·N~ZZ_ A1'CI1'TCIADE O CRCO Y THE broad Vistula river, on ancient Poland's soil, lie two famous age-torn cities, around which have centered the rise and fall of one of the mightiest nations in history. Before their gates and within their walls have been fought the battles of armies unnum bered and for a thousand years they have known the sorrow of death and destruction-and ofttimes the glories of victory. In the valley of the stream whose banks they adorn a new con flict is raging today. On the outcome of this struggle may rest their fate in the years that are yet unborn, says the Philadelphia Record. Cracow and Warsaw, the cities are --one the capital of Poland's kings when the nation was in its prime; the second the home of that glorious hero, Kosciusko, who led the people in their bloody war for independence after invaders had seized their land. Through the centuries o...

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. — 25 December 1914

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN' Published Every Friday t, Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, a La., as second-class mail matter. o H. A. TURN EIR, Edit t Subscription- 31 per year in advance ij 1 Official Organ of Caldweil Parish Schooll t Board and 'Town of Columbia. Official Journal! of Caldwell Parish. e A Merry Christmas and a Hap py New Year I Christmas is with ,s a rain andl e closely follows New Year, The v Watchman shall take this means a of wishing its readers a very (J merry Christmas and a prosl)er- c ous and happy New Y ar. t The passing year will have a brought to some joys, to other:: sorrows, but as to the genera!! I welfare of all, the year ias been a decided lprosler)ous andl pro- I gressive ono, and the general r prosperity will bring atoqut a in crease in the sum of ha~hessc an, cheerful giving. Who of us t could say we have never been r imbued with the Christmas spir- r it of giving during that season. I We all just slip back into child- 1I hood, we are absurdly happY...

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. — 25 December 1914

i PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE C. P. Carroll is spending the holidays with his family in Rus ton. Claud and Willie Traylor arriv ed home this week to spend the holidays with their parents. Joe Wright Swift student of the L. I. I. Ruston, is at home for the holidays. Miss Alma Rickerson of Sib ley, La., is spending the holi days with Miss Juanita Carroll. W. W. McDaniel of Kelly was among the business visitors to Columbia last Monday. If you have'nt paid your poll tax you had better go and do it right now. Your farm tools, plow lines, harness, backbands, etc., for the new year can be bought at cost. Sale begins Dec., 8. Columbia Hiardware & Furniture Co. Mrs. Robert Lively and Miss Georgie Hudson are spending the holidays with their parents near Columbia. E. T. Mix of Kelly was in town Monday and called around and renewed his subscriptipn to The Watchman for another year. A splendid line of cook stoves and heaters to be closed out at cost:Sale begins Dec.8. Columbia Hardware and Furnit...

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. — 25 December 1914

The Last Shot BY FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright, 1914. by Charles Scribner's Sons) SYNOPSIS. At their home on the frontier hetw'en the Browns and Grays Marta iadll;rnl anid her mother, entertaining Colonel \\'ester ling of the Grays, see Captain Lanstron, staff irtelligence officer of the Browns. Injured by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westterling, nominal vice but real chief of staff, reinforces Sruth Ia Tir, meditates on war, and sp.,ulat.t s on the comlparative ages of hlim.n'lf and Mar ta, who Is visiting In thie tray ,.ipital. WVesterling calls on Marta. She tells him of her teaching if<llhirn,. the folli.-s of war and martial patriotism, begs +dim to pre vent war while he is .i,lef of staff, and predicts that If he makes war against thi trowns te will not win. in the march with the t53 of the Hlrowns Private Stran Iky, anarchist, id.cries war: and playi d out patrlotismn arid Is plt,edl uriler arr.-st. Colonel L.anstron overlhearing, lbegs ilItm off. La.nstrorn i...

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. — 25 December 1914

i Fundamental nPr iniples of !.44 Health , I i" - ByALBERTS. GRAY, M.D. (Coprisht1914. by A. S. Gray) THE RADIOACTIVE ELEMENTS. The discovery of the X-ray by Pro. fessor Roentgen in 1895 familiarized the minds of men with a type of radi ation invisible to the unaided eye but able to traverse opaque objects and affect a photographic plate' behind them. It had long been known that certain substances exposed to sun hi&ne afterwards glow in the dark, a property known as phosphorescence, and it had been discovered that the X-ray developed these same qualities in these substances. This led to ex periments to see if similar types of rays were not produced in other ways. Like many other great discoveries, the culmination of the search owed something to luck or accident. Henri Becquerel in Paris in 1896 chanced to use a piece of uranium and discov ered in compounds of that element emanations closely allied to the X-ray in their general nature, a property we now call radioactivity. These...

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. — 25 December 1914

AMERICAN HELP FOR WOUNDED BRITISH :: . ::': :. " i $$ . . . . . . : : Six motor ambulances like the one in this photograph have been given to tbo British war office by the American Women's War Relief fund. WVithi their fittings they cost albout $20,000. At the left is Oldway house, the residence of Paris E. Singer in Devonshire, transformed into the American Red (Cross hospital. GERMANY USES STAGE TRIGK TO SWELL PROCESSION OF PRISONERS In Order to Give Air of Verisimilitude to Tales of Foe's Regiments Annihilated, Trainloads of Captives Are Sent Through Same Town Many Times-Belgian Trooper Becomes Peeved at Twelfth Trip Through Aix-la-Chapelle. London.--It is a relief to extract a little humor out of this tragic war. French and English alike are wonder ing, and laughing not a little, at the tremendous number of prisoners which the Germans, according to their own reports, are capturing, both east and west. If they had taken as many prisoners as they say they have they would have no e...

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. — 1 January 1915

he Cai dwell Vatchman VOL. 29 nr1ln ii, ni ... I . BRITISH.SHIPS IN GERMAN BAY BERLIN REPORTS THAT THE AT. TEMPTED RAID OF ENEMY WAS WITHOUT SUCCESS. WERE MET BY FOE'S AIRSHIPS Sombs Dropped at Cuxhaven Without Damage-Zeppelin Bombards the French City of Nancy. London.-A Berlin report says: *Eight British ships made a dash into a German bay December 25," says an official announcement issued by the German admiralty Saturday. "Hydroaeroplanes convoyed by them made an advance against the mouths of German rivers and drop ped bombs on ships lying at anchor and a gas tank near Cuxhaven with. b out hitting them or doing damage. iT "The hydroaeroplanes were fired at A and withdrew in a westerly direction. st German airships and aeroplanes re- G •connoltered against the British forces a and succeeded in hitting with bombs ol two British destroyers and one other je vessel of the convoy. On the latter fire broke out. "Fog prevented a continuance of the fighting." From the reference to Cuxhaven...

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. — 1 January 1915

CHIEF EVENTS OF YEAR JUST ENDED Record of Twelve Months Will Be Momentous to Future Gen erations. DETAILS OF WAR IN EUROPE Clash There Has Overshadowed Other Events-Disasters Both on Land and Sea Have Been Many Minor Incidents Placed on Record. This has proved one of the great years of history, for it has seen the outbreak of the long-dreaded World War. School children a thousand years from now will remember 1914 as they do 1492 and 1776. Following is a record of some of the prominent events of the year, especially the first five months of the great conflict: JANUARY. Jan. 1.-John Lind arrives in Vera Cruz to (olbserve Mexican chaos for President Wilson. Jan. 3.-Two thousand Mexican refugees from battle of Ojinaga flte into the Uni ted States. Jan. 4.-Steamship Oklahoma breaks in two 3b miles from Sandy Hook; 32 die. Jan. 5.-F-ord Motor company announces its wcrkmen shall have at least $30 a week eac h. Jan. S.-United States naval force of "u .Cruz strengthened. sun. .,te`K captures...

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. — 1 January 1915

'4 Fundamental i Principles of IHealthjz At By ALBERT S. GRAY, M.D. 0 (Copyright. 1914. by A. S. Gray) MORE ABOUT CANCER. It is coming to be quite generally be lieved that cancer is essentially a prob lem of growth. If this be true, then the search for the "cure" or for the pre vention of cancer leads us inevitably into the broad field of biological study of reproduction, because, as liaeckel says, "reproduction is nothing more:1 than a growth of the organism beyond its individual mass, which erects a part into a whole." Unfortunately. be cause of this fact, there is but little hope of Any immediate and material - check being put on the scourge. The prevention of cancer is clearly 1 a matter of individual initiative, just as is the prevention of fire. I firmly believe that any consistent evolutionist can, after a comparatively superficial examination of the biolog ical facts pertaining to the most log ical theory as to the cause of cancer. maintain himself immune not only tot that d...

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. — 1 January 1915

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the postofiice at Columbia. La., as second-class mail matter. H. A. TURNER, Editor Subscription-S1 per year in advance Official Organ of Calhwell Parish Schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. A ~" d's Eye View We want every reader of The Watchman who is disposed to take a pessimistic view of condi tions to read the following, which is taken from The Alex andria Town Talk: "Take a bird's eye view to day, along and over the whole glad way that reaches out across the year, and there is nothing j we need fear. "frhe way has been : littlei rough, but you've kept ;'g that's the stuff-and haven't brought yourself to think that everything is on the "blink." what's right-and now stay on comear no I:.atter who may in your ear, that this w udly awful year. Let 'em whisper, then forget it, never for a mo ment let it, hinder you from go ing on, nor hide from you the uncloaked dawn of that glad era-over due...

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. — 1 January 1915

i PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE W. T. Hodge of Grayson has our thanks for adding his name to our list. Postmaster B. H. Miller of Clarks and two sons of Grayson were in town Tuesday. Miss O'Ine Godfrey spent the first of the week with friends in Monroe. B. D. Woods returned Sunday after several days spent in New Orleans with his family. C. M. DeVore pf Bosco paid our office a business visit last i Monday. B. H. McGhee of Grayson was 2 a business visitor to Columbia ( Monday. J. A. Eubanks has our thanks s for his renewal which was hand- a ed to us last week. s Mrs. Chapman of Alexandria has returned home after a visit t to relatives in Columbia. a Mrs. John Hawkins of Blank son visited friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bush and chil dren of Olla spent the holidays in Columbia with relatives. a District Attorney Richey of u Jena has been on his job in Col- A umbia this week. s( E. E. George is going to camp C on Bayou Lafourche during fish- t ing season. u, Mr. and Mrs.W.E. Howell and m ...

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. — 1 January 1915

The Last Shot BY FREDERICK PALMER (Copyright. 1914. by Charles Scribner's Sons) SYNOPSIS. At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Galland and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester ling of the Grays, see Captain Lanstron, staff intelligence officer of the Browns. Injured by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerling, nominal vice but yeal chief of staff, reinforces South La i Tr, meditates on war, and speculates on the comparative ages of himself and Mar- i ta, who is visiting In the Gray capital. 'esterling calls on Marta. She tells him of her teaching children the follies of war and martial patriotism, begs him to pre vent war while he is chief of .,taff, and predicts that if he makes war against the Browns he will not win. )n the march with the 5341 of the Browns Private Stran sky, anarchist, decries war and play' ld out patriotism and is placed under arrest. Colonel l~nstron ove rhearinig, begs himn off. .anstron calls on Marti at her horme. H...

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