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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 5 May 1911

'VALDWELL WATCHMAN For Sale. One lot of household furniture I including bedsteads, dressers, Schairs, a stove and kitchen furni- a ture, can be had at a bargain. 1 Apply to Mrs. P. J. Walker. Rev. H. 0. White of Chrrlie- a ville, was here Thursday. t 6 or 6 doses "6866" will cure any sa c ase of Chills and Fever. Price o 25 cents. C. H. Traylor was a business p visitor to Monroe Monday. Sallow complexion is due to a v4 torpid liver. Herbine purifiesand ai strengthens the liver and bowels p and restores the rosy bloom of B health to the cheek. Price 50c. re Sold by Columbia Drug Store. be Col. C. R. Ferrand is on a husiness trip to Monroe this week. by3 Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Al Chamberlain's Liniment wonder- ed fully effective. One application wI will convince you of its merits. coi Try it. For sale by all druggists. Mr. Ethridge of Hutting, Ark., has charge of the Home Phone Re at this place. th J. M. Howell, a popular drug- Ca I gist of Greens...

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. — 5 May 1911

Farmers' Educational Sand Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to thei Progressive Agriculturist Some people never lose an opportu nity to find fault. A man who don't advertise is a fit companion for a mummy. A weed patch has no resemblance to a fall garden-remember. Never allow your stock to prune your orchard or other trees. Every farmer should don his "think ing cap" with his overalls. A man never is so successful that he cannot improve somewhere. In a general way any associated ef fort is co-operative groups working to gether. About the first thing the average man runs into when he buys an auto mobile is debt. The old iron age, the age of super stition and the slavish worship of tra dition are going-gone. Some farmers sell their corn shelled, some dispose of it on the ear, but the most thrifty ones sell it in the form of pork or milk. When we see some self-made men we cannot help thinking what poor workmen they were. Goodness is relative. A good horse trader or ...

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. — 5 May 1911

Under the Rose Passag~ess A on t- CaZ-B THE DEUCE OF ofInspector DIAMONDS VALENTINE, Investigator Extraordinary By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. 0. Chapman) GENTLE-FACED, white. haired old lady fol lowed an immaculate ly engraved card, on which was inscribed "Mrs. Harvey Benson," into Finney Valenjine's sanctum in the Flat iron building. "I am entirely at your service, Mrs.-er -Benson," said the great investiga tor, always courtly and considerate toward the uneasy sex "How may I serve you?" For our student of men, women and manners realized that to put a caller at his or her ease was the surest way to ensure a complete and unembarrassed unburdening of the mind-in other and more collo quial words, to find out "what ailed them." "We-I-am in great trouble," said Mrs. Benson, all a-flutter with the ex perience, unusual with one of New York's elect, of consulting a "com mon detective." Indeed, the fact that she-Mrs. Harvey Benson-had been forced to thus demean herself, was enough to ...

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. — 5 May 1911

THECAIDWEL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday S. P WALKER, EDITOR Entered at the postoflie at Columbia, La., as second-class mail matter. Suhaeription--$l per year in advance Columbia, La., May 5, 1,911. Polike Jury Proceedings. Columbia, La., May 1, 1911. The Police Jury met this day with all members present. Min utes of last regular meeting, March 6. 1911, read, and on mo tion cardied. Adopted. Petitions from Wards 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8, requesting the police jury to order special elections for the purpose of taking the sense of the qualified voters in said wards, on the proposition of vot ing a special tax of three mills for two years, and two mills for three years, for maintaining public roads and bridges in said wards, were read, and submitted for examination, and the police jury finding the requisite num her of signers to said petitions, the following ordinance ordering special elections in said wards as requested, was unanimously adopted. ORDINANCE NO Providing for a special election...

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. — 12 May 1911

UALDVrELL WATCHMAN For Sale. Oie lot of household furniture including bedsteads, dressers, .chair; a stove and kitchen furni tUre4 can be had at a bargain. Apply to Mrs. P. J. Walker. C. A. Traylor was a business visitor to Monroe Wednesday. 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case of Chills and Fever. Price 25 cents. Hon. R. R. Redditt is confined to his home with a malarial at tack. J. M. Howell, a popular drug gist of Greenslburg, Ky., says, "We use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own household and know it is excellent." For sale by all .druggists. Hon. J. Q. Graves of the East Side, was a business visitor Tuesday. Barbed wire cuts, ragged j wounds, collar and harness galls heal up quickly when Ballard's i Snow Liniment is applied. It is both" healing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Columbia Drug Store. J. W. Clarkson, the popular land man of Clarks, was here on business Wednesday. Now;::s the time .to get rid of .your rheumatism. You will find Chamberlai...

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. — 12 May 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America it fes un we me WI Matters Especial Moment to Or the Progressive Agriculturist un A boy and a farm make a good on team-try and keep them hitched. the Some of the sweetest fruits and of nuts are enclosed in the roughest shells. we The plow wounds the earth. The s. growing grain that follows heals the de wound. tha Some people's morals are like their mt clothes-worn on extraordinary occa- ey sions only. or Not many apple barrels will be fai needed this year, but save all the ap- po ples there are. bu There's always room at the top-) ric and generally much more than there pr. is at the bottom. The man with a grouch, or with the thw babit of a grouch, is not wanted any- be where or at any price. in! Some men are moral because they vii know it pays-others because they ob could not be anything else. ba In one minute one can learn enough Bu concerning the beauty of country life Cli to want to live there a life-time, no The boss does no...

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. — 12 May 1911

Under the Rose Passages Aom. the Ca.-B The Ten-Thousand of Inspector FINNEY Dollar Bill VALENTINE, Investlgator Extraordlnary By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. G. Chapman) N A certain Saturday in October, just before bank-closing time, the , cashier of the Wall street brokerage firm of Seybel & Loser handed to a young messenger named Fritz Krull a de posit-book, between the leaves of which was a ten-thousand-dollar bill, with instructions to hur ry around to the Na tional Fidelity Bank before twelve o'clock. Young Krull-as he had often done before-buttoned the book inside his Jacket and went whistling down the single flight of steps to the street. That was the last seen of him by the firm until the following Monday morn ng; 4he fact that he did not return efore closing-time on Saturday ap parently passed without notice; the lad--he was only seventeen-had al ready drawn his week's pay. But when the office lopened on the Monday following Fritz Krull and his parents-worthy, midd...

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. — 12 May 1911

THE cALDUn WATCH.N Published Every Fji y , P. WALKEIR, Er,'oR Irnt 1.,' attthie po rtofice at Columbia, i,a., a; weoonld-cla.S mail matter. Suhs,,ription - $1 per y4ar in adawlcte .l.umbia, La., May 12, 1911. __ _____________ - -. The School Tax. ti On next Tuesday the qualified , property taxpayers, in fire dis-: t t rictq of this pairish will vvite upon a tho importarnt question as to:(; whether or not the special 5-mill?;. 0o rt;'hool tax. which expired in P ths"'' districts with last year, iP ,will he authorized for another p,riod of five years. In two ,thwr districts, elections are to i:c held to determine as to wheth er or not the the tax" shall be ' l\vi-d for the first time. The 1 eople. in wards 4, 6, 8, 9, 10 have lhad the school tax for the past t five years: The proposition in tY',~4 wards is simply to extend the tax for five years more, and it is the opinion of those who are in ! osition to know the sentiment t!' the people in those wards that t tihe tax will be almost ...

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. — 19 May 1911

TIES WANTED! SIZES 6x8-8 ft. 7x8-8 ft. 6 in. 7x9-8 ft 6 in KINDS CLALL A-White Oak, Post Oak, Overcup Oak. CLASS B-Red Oak, Pin Oak, Willow Oak, Swamp Hickory, Hackberry,, Ash and Elm. SPECIFICATIONS Any of the above ties can be hewn or sawed. Pole ties of the above sizes must be free of barJ. We will pay cash on inspection for ties made according to specifications and directions delivered on bank of Black, Ouachita, Little and Tensas rivers at designated landings. For further and full particulars those wishing to get out ties for us will address, D. K. JEFFRIS & CO., Jonesville, La. i NEW STOCK Coffins, Caskets and Burial Robes-large stock to select ; from. Services day or night. Prices the lowest ever known on this class of goods. Colhmbia Hardware & Furniture Co. IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Low Cost of a Health Vacation at Hot Spriigs, Arkansas 9 Two weeks at Hot Springs cost no more than two weeks at a* Home * ,Every year 150,000 persons take advantage of the * Low Round Trip Fa...

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. — 19 May 1911

O ooQoooooOoooOOUoo Mary and John By PHILIP KEAN pooCooooooo. bo td Literary Prooooooooo (Coptrisht, rgs, b Ausi ted Literary Press,) Norman Druce stepped into the first me taxi he spied as he made his exit from en the theater. The musical comedy had been good and Druce stretched out his we long legs contentedly as the cab wheeled him homeward. He looked wE down at his well shod feet which lox caught the remnants of light from bo brilliant Broadway. Something more WE brilliant than his shoes sparkled in the lights that sifted through the cab of window. Druce stooped to pick it up. ne It was a wedding ring. gl "By Jove!" muttered Druce to him- sti self. "Some fair damsel is in tears rM by this time-lost her wedding ring! DE Humphi She has a ),od big hand who ever she is-why, this fits my lit- fu tle finger." ta: Druce leaned forward into the light Hi and examined the ring. It was a very an broad band of gold. ex "There is a lot of writing inside, but oil this beastly light-I can't ma...

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. — 19 May 1911

Under the Rose Passages om the Car-~B THE TAXI-CAB of naspector FINNEY MURDERS VALENTINE, _ ___ Investigator Extraordinar By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. G. Chapman) URING the fall and winter months following that date when Flnney Valen tine left the department and became a free lance 1 on his own account, the city of New York, and in deed the whole United States, were greatly ex cited over a sequence of more or less mysterious crimes whicn, because of their peculiar environment, became known to press and public as "The Taxi-Cab Murders." The first incident in the sertes, al though out of the common, occasioned to more than passing interest in the commercial capital. But when a sec ond, a third and 4 fourth repetition occurred under almost precisely the same conditions, only the locality and the identity of the victim being changed, the police and the communi ties concerned began to "sit up and take notice," as the talk of the day phrased It. I, every case a "'magnate" or a "...

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. — 19 May 1911

~hitALDW LL WATCtlIMAN' P-ublished Every Friday :. P. WALKER, Er.vroa EntLr,,! kt th.: postoffice at Columbia, - 4., a:s hi ,:A dL-C:.qs mail matter. Subscripti,);,--$1 per year in advance . ',olumbi:, La., May 19, 1911. 1 "Stop Iy paper.' I The ig ,.t duty of an editor is to hattle with wrong. This, / U, course, brings him in conflict with wrong doers and they are apt to show their spite in various # .,ays. It is quite common for 1 ,he thin skinned or wounded to r rilsh into- the office and shout; Stop my paper!'" This class is ' :,;ointedly ,shown up in the' fol lwVing fashion: A certain man hit his tie against a pebble, and fell headlong to the ground. He was vexed, and under influence of anger and self-sufficiency he I i :kcd mother earth right saucily. With imperturable gravity, he I. lked to "ee the earth itself dis s',lve and cQome to 'naught. But t 11 cart;, remained, 4nd only his t toor foot was injured in the en- a conrter. This is the way of man. a An article in the news...

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. — 26 May 1911

TIES WANTED! SIZES 6x8-8 ft. 7x8-8 ft. 6 in. 7x9-8 ft 6 in KINDS CLASS A-White Oak, Post Oak, Overcup Oak. CLASS B-Red Oak, Pin Oak, Wilfow Oak, Swamp Hickory, Hackberry, Ash and Elm. SPECIFICATIONS Any of the above ties can be hewn or sawed. Pole ties of the above sizes must be free of bark. *We will pay cash on inspection for ties made according to specifications and.directions delivered on bank of Black, Ouachita, Little and Tensas rivers at designated landings. For further and full particulars those wishing to get out ties for us will address, D. K. JEFFRIS & CO., JonIesville, La. NEW STOCK Coffins, Caskets and Burial Robes--large stock to select from. Services day or night. Prices the lowest ever known on this class of goods. Co nia Hardware & Furnitre Co. CALDWEL WATCHMAIT Rev. B. L. Payne, of Clarks, was an interesting visitor Thurs day. 5 or 6 do~ '8666" will pure any{ ,case of ClhiliJs nd Fever. Price :25 centq. Mr. ~. A. Humphries and .daughter, ,~ Holum, were viis...

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. — 26 May 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters iEspecial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist Reason is not measured by size or height, but by principle. It is a complete waste of time to yawn when some people talk. Kick and you are apt to be kicked this holds good at milking time. Most of us see success only when we are brought face to face with it. Often the fancy farming of a city farmer is worth traveling miles to see. It is better to have resolved and failed than not to have resolved at all. You may run into debt, but the pos sibility is that you will have to crawl out. Drawbacks are discouraging, but they are sometimes blessings in dis guise. When you can't see straight ahead, it is because you are going to turn a corner. It was a wise hostess who discov ered that changing rooms might change modes. It would be a remarkably silent world if we were as silent about our achievements as we are of our mis takes. Competition is all right in some things-but not in c...

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