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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 11 June 1915

SPERSONAL AND OTiij ,ISE The Misses Welchs are visit ing relatives in Je'a this week. Mrs. R. O. Br'ondin and chil ,dren are visiting relatives and Ifriends in Monroe this week. M. L. Legler of Clarks spent Sunday in Columbia mingling with his many friends here. Nick liundley of Alexandria w:. in town a short while last Sat rday. Post Master B. H. Miller of Clarks was in town Monday of this week. W. R. Broadway of Grayson was among the busindss visitors to Columbia last Friday. Quite a crowd of Columbians accompanied the Columbia ball team to Mangham Wednesday. N. L. Hower, cashier of the Grayson Bank, Grayson, spent Sunday hi Columbia mingling with his many friends. The game of base ball played at the Columbia hall park last Saturday, between the Adver tis,:rs and Boeuf River teams,re& saitld in a victory for our home bo) s. The score stood 11 to 3. From Grayson The Grayson High School closed Friday night, May 28th, turning out six graduates: Misses Ella May and Ethelle Humphri...

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. — 11 June 1915

FolRWe Touc I Pass5511 ?Julia Cha ndlorPlc r © 4& M CLUIRE 1EW3PAPER 3YWDICAThV ,ýýI ýý,ill:" h t liI1'r~, II I1111 ! 1 ý 1,ý~ e ýIIV% - Ho Propped His Feet Comfortably on the Railing and Sat for an Hourc Thinking,. ''' '.:. ~\ ~ ; // ri~~~\ /..: Ho Propped His Feet Comfortably on the Railing and Sat for an Hour c Thinking, MIRACLE OF MOONLIGHT From his youth up greed had been an inherent quality of The Man. The son of parents in moderate circum stances, he made up his mind early in life that the only thing worth while was money, and occupied his thoughts with the time when he should become a man and begin acquiring it. When he began his adult life the de termination to attain great wealth had become so strong that it dominated The Man's life. He was energetic and honest, and life returned him a just reward, but he was neither satis fied nor happy. When he had begun his business life he took a certain very rich man for his standard, and made up his mind that life should yield hi...

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. — 11 June 1915

WI NTERSMITH'S CHILL TONIC not only the.old reliable remedy FOR MALARIA it: general strengtheningtonicandappetizer. Forchlldren ar well as adults. Sold for50 years. 60c and $1 bottles at drug stores,. FOR OLD AND YOUNG Tutt's Liver Pills act as kindly on the child, the delicate female or Infirm old age, as upon the vi rous man. Tuft's Pills rive tone and strength to the weak stomach, bowels, kidneys and bladder._._..-.. SORE EYES Dr. Salter's Eye Lotion relieves and cures sore and inflamed eyes in s4 to 48 hours. Helps the weak eyed, cures withoutpain. Ask your druggist or dealer for SALTER'S. Only from Reform Dispensary, 68 S. Broad. Atlanta. Georgia DAISY FLY KILLER plae awhe, at tracts and kills all Ales. Neat, clean, or namental, convenient, cheap. Lasts all season. Made of metal, ean'tsplll or tip over; will not soil or Injere anything. Guaranteed effllective. All dealers oresent express paid for 81.00. IABOLD SOEES, 150 De lalb Ave.. Brooklyn, N. T. Speaking of War. Church-D...

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. — 11 June 1915

SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS. she (Continued from Last Week.) mei For or in favor of said proposition swC con there were cast twelve votes. cthe Property for or in favor of said the proposition, $3,800.00. fav Against said proposition there were ' cast six votes. s1ul Property against said propositton, of $1,930.00. 'ad the tax was carried both in bor number of votes cast and amount of 27r property voted. iau The Board then proceeded to pro- dol PIulgate the returns from the School (o! District No. 26.i l'roposition to levy a special teln 1111 uills tax on all property subject to der State taxation in School District No. 1 c 26 for a period of five years to give a additct:al aid to the public schools trii hi the said school distri,:t. For or in favor of said proposition ll there were ca't eight votes. pre Property for or in favor oif :aid Pa proposition, $2,840.00. or( \gainst. said propositiont there were ca.i two votes. on Property against said propositiol. $730.00. co] And the tax wa...

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 June 1915

CP T.:c:n!,il1 The Cadwell Watchman VOL. 29 'OLUMBIA, LO UISIANA, FURi I)A y, .J tI, I: , !)5 N.I GERMANS WIN IN EAST AND WEST ENTIRE POSITIONS OF RUSSIANS WERE TAKEN-PARIS AD MITS LOSS. 16,000 PRISONERS TAKEN Lines of Austro-Germans in Galicia Now Extend From Cyerniawa to Sieniawa. London. - Germany claims an other great victory in the east. North. west of Mosciska, in the region of Sieniawa, the German report says that along a line extending over 43 miles the entire positions of the Rus sians were taken and 16,000 prisoners captured. The Russian official report, how ever, only mentioned the locality where this action is said to have taken place in a paragraptl which de clared that the Austro-Germans, after heavy losses in the region of Moscis ka, did not rseume the offensive. According to Petrograd the Austro Germans have made another crossing of the Niester, where a brilliant cav alry charge at Zale Szcsyky resulted in a local Russian success, but no claim is made that the invade...

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 June 1915

0 ýr,ýIý(ýýli~lll,1t11111RW ý - /CI·· ln l II IIlrr I l···l··,. O 111 cli)i tX; ; I·" R : · ii Y ls STFK1 'ENC N CENC Panama hat woven in Cu enca, but he knows little of where his head's covering was made, or that this Ecua dorian city sends to the world a large supply of its famous sombreros. Such, however, is the fact; and now that the through route is open via Pan ama it is likely that Cuenca's hats and those of other Ecuadorlan cities will come to us more directly, quicker and in larger quantities than ever before, says a writer in the Pan American Bulletin. Where is Cuenca? High up in the Andes, nowhere more majestic than in Ecuador, lies this ancient city, with a present population of 30,000. Through the republic from north to south two chains of the Andes stretch; between these mountains are high ta blelands, the most thickly populated sections of Ecuador. About 100 miles apart are the three leading inland cities of the country-,Quito in the north, ;Riobamba in the center, an...

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. — 18 June 1915

BDLLI I WHiIT (G(iORG( DAR MNCUTCIltON LLUTRArfoIN RAY WALTERS AND (tr.A7YY SYNOPSIS. -10 In the New York home of James Brood. Qis son, Frederic, receives a wireless from him. Frederic tells Lydia Des mond, his fiancee, that the message an nounces his father's marriage, and orders rs. Desmond, the housekeeper and ydia's mother to prepare the house for n immediate home-coming. Brood and is bride arrive. She wins Frederic's lik ing at first meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and rs. Brood met In the Jade-room, where dia works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. od is startled by the appearance of njab, Brood's Hindu servant. She eDakes changes In the household and gains ter husband's consent to send Mrs. Des tpond and Lydia away. She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear Ranjab In his uncanny appearances and disappear ances, and Frederic, remembering his ather's East Indian stories and firm be tef in magic, fears unknown evil. Ran Daberforms feats of magic ...

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 June 1915

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday at Columbia, La. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish, Ca!dwel! Parish School Board and the Town of Columbia H. A. TURNER - - - - - - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at the I,u ntotiee at (',Inia, ILa.. as sec di'. s mail mnattt'r. It Is As It Should Be The theory of American gov ernment is that the right to gov ern arises fro'm the consent of the governed. All of our insti tutions in theory at least, if not in actual prmc:ice at the present time, make a pretence at least, of using this IrinciIle in dealing with thoe pblic. There art' howover, certain muniments of power, c, :,'erred by lavw' and ex ercised in the wozkliings of o;r modern Amerlcall life whichi takes f'ron thi, people this basic princiljle. In fact it has become such a common thing to take from the I.o,: this inalienlable right, thitt many of our politi cians have r,,ached the Con clusion that it may be taken without .ny siousl complaint ...

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 June 1915

j PERSONAL AND OTHr iUlSE W. C. Welch, C. A. Traylor, S. P. Walker and Dr. I. B. May paid lMonroe a business visit Tuesd:y of this week. Miss Maggie Hudson returned home last Saturday aftera week's stay in Columbia with her sister, Mrs. t1. A. Turner. The first cotton blooms for the seapcon of 1915 were sent to this othce on last Friday. They were sent in by Messrs John James, J. B. F'luitt and Mrs. Rogers. The many friends of Mrs. A. 13. Swift will be glad to learn that she is now able to be up af ter several weeks being confined to.her bed with fever. The game of base ball played at the Columbia ball park last Saturday afternoon, between Clarks and the Advertisers re sulttiv in a victory for our home bo,: s by a score 15 to 8. "Early to bed and early to rise' c~t the weeds and swat the fii(: mind your business, tell no lihs; dion't get gay and deceive: you- wiv\es; pay your debts, use yvu prise, and buy from those wb advertise. "-Ex. rs. Angie Traylor returned hIciei liat Friday ...

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 June 1915

The General says: "'Cut Price' Roofing means 'Cut Price' Quality." Trying to save money by purchasing cheap roofing is penny. wise foolishness. Certain-tee Roofing This Roofing-Certain.teed-is guaran teed 5, 10 and 1 yearTfor 1, 2 and 3 ply respectively, and this guarantee is backed by the world's largest manufacturers of roof Ing and building papers. You can save only a few dollars on a cheap roof, but Certa n-teed is always least expensive in the er. Buyt from your local dealers. General Roofing Manufacturing Co. World's larat mantufacturers qf Roo+a and Butldtng Papers Nw T.erk Ci Cbicas Phi.eIphtla St. Lod, 3es. Cladlssi Pittbr Datros t SaaFur des Chmad Miu.saprHl Ka" City Seattle Atlmita Herte Loade HaBubgi Sdar How It Happened. "It was this way," said the tattooed man to his circle of interested lis teners. "I was marooned on an island in the South Pacific and captured by a hand of savages. They demanded a thousand dollars for my release. I was in a terrible predicament-all...

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 June 1915

No bother to get summer meals with these on hand Vienna Style 9A Sausage and S - Potted Meats Just open and serve. Excellent for sandwiches. Inaat on Libby's o your grocer's. Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago SAVE WILLIAM PENN'S CHAIRS National H9irlooms, About to Fall b Apart, Have Been Repaired ii by Blind Women. i1 Two quaint and graceful chairs that 8 once belonged to William Penn have U Just been repaired by two women who C have never seen the chairs, says the J Philadelphia Ledger. The two women V are inmates of the Pennsylvania In dustrial Home for Blind Women. The h, chairs are preserved in the east room h of Independence hall, on the second G floor. Year by year the cane bottoms a] of the famous old relics have been gradually cracking and falling out. n' The committee in charge decided that unless the cane was replaced the w woodwork might soon collapse. But al they did not dare to let the chairs ax be taken out of Congress hall. in So they sent for Miss Ira Frost, mis tr...

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 June 1915

INSURGENTS BOW TO SENATE TERMS CONSTITUTIONAL SESSION GOES TO NEW ORLEANS TO CON VENE SEPTEMBER 24. WINS BY BIG MAJORITY Liquor Legislation and Debt Issue Alone Excluded Fr.m the Discussion. Baton Roui~: . - Faced by certain rebuke from the Mlouse membership, the Pleasant Thomas-Sanders insurgent combine surrendered to the Senate demand for New Orleans as the meeting place for the constitutional convention. For its part the Senate receded from its de mand for fifteen delegates at large. Breaking of the twenty-four-hour deadlock between the two houses in conference committee followed imr. mediately and the committee report, based upon the agreement, was adopt ed in the House by a vote of 106 to 2, and in the Senate by a vote of 30 to 2. The Sundbery convention bill thus completed its final legislative stage and will go to the governor for signa ture. The series of maneuvers leading up to the agreement from one of tho most interesting chapters in the re markable contest which has atte...

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 June 1915

The Caldweil Watchman VOi`(. 9 ('OI4UMIUiA, L[ UISIANA, Fl il.AY, ,I ', 1 915\ GEORGIA EXECUTIVE ALLOWS CLEMENCY "I WOULD BE A MURDERER." SAYS GOVERNOR, SHOULD HE ALLOW FRANK TO HANG. DON'T WANT BLCOD ON HANDS Speakers Started to Harangue Crowd From City Hall Steps, Cut Were Stopped By Extra Policemen. Atlanta. -- Leo M. Frank's death: sentence was commulted to life iam prisonment by Governor Slaton. .\: nounecement of the governor's d:( i sion came a few hours after Frana: had been secretly taken from the ja:! here and hurried to the State priso i farm at Milledgerille. Frank was se:: tenced to be hanged for the murder of Mary Phagan in April, 1913. f Governor Slaton still nas at his I' country home when he anounced his decision on the case over the tele phone. In making this announcement the governor dictated the followiug statement: "All that I ask is that the people of Georgia read my statement of the re, sons why I commuted Leo M. Fran:'s I death sentence to life imprisonment b...

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 June 1915

FoIt We Toucix IlPass i-Q Julia Chandl"EPkl\3 S43 MJ CLURE NEW/SPAPfQ 5~'iDICATC mmmanmmanmlllttPTf ". OF MORE AVAIL Every man who cam(e in ,ontact with The-Girl-with-t he(-C'1v er-Tonlue sought her favor. Wherever she \~ out she was easily the center of attract ion, and the man who happened to be her escort never failed to feel a sense of pride in the fact. Friends of her own) sex who were jealous of her polpularity guarded their secret carefully, for iThe-(Iirl-with-tlhe ('lever-Tongue had a quick wit, and her venomous sarcasms did not al ways spare even her clo:cst friends. In her heart of hearts almost every girl in her social circhle was secretly afraid of her. even while they envied her fascinating vivacity, and the (.lev erness of her repartee. This was particularly true of The Girl-More-Kind-Than-(l(hvcr, whom no one hald ever heard utter a witticisnl. although every one adtmitted her gen tleness and her I;indn ss of heart and loved her ,even whiil they considered her some...

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 June 1915

LUTGEORGL I AR ~CUTCIION ILLUSTPION$S RAY WALTERS (O YR/AY /.9 19 I3 DODI2, /1AD SYNOPSIS. -11 In the N, w York hlome of James Brood, .~1j son, irederic, tells Lydia v I smaon, his fiance., of a lnestage announ.ia: his father's marriage. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederie's liking at first meeting. Brood shows dislike and v\'ihd hostility t, his son.i Lydia and Mrs. Brood met in the jade-room, where Lydia works as Brood's secrt:ary. Mrs. Brood makes changes in the household and gains her husband's consent to send Mrs. )Desmond and Lydia away, She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear Ranjab, Brood's fIin du servant, in his uncanny appearances and disappearances, and Frelderic, re rnombhering his father's East Indian sto ries and firm belief in magic, fears un known evil. Brood tells the story of Ran Jab's life to his guests. "lie killed a wom an," who was unfaithful to him. Yvonne Plays with Brood. Frederic and Lydia as With figures on a chess board. Brood, madly jt:alo...

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 June 1915

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the po)stofice at 'umlia. La., as second-class mail matter. H. A. TURNER.I Editor Subscription-$1 per year in advance Official Organ of Cal!Iwvel Parish schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Ca!dwell Parish. ANNO:UNCEMENTS For Member Constitutional Convention We are authirizet'd to an.nounce M111. C. P. TH()lNilii! a candidate for member from ':t, 'arish in the proposed constit.- iooal convention; subject to tie liemncratic primary election pr) vi ied f1tr ly the oenerail; Assembly. Mr. Thornhill A.;,wers our Sug gestion Co'.l+ia a, la., June 22, 1915 Editor Cal, i Watchm;an, Dear Sir: I want to thank you for ,cI kindlyl mention of m' ' w I: ,ck as a suitable ' 'rs,! to :prtsent the Pi ish of C;,iw '.i in the pr posed ('onnti tutional 't ut.' n; at ni to say aftter conferring, wth sonl" fi:ends I have concluded to :!nmit mny name to the voters of the. I'.ar sh a : " candidate for that position, ;it!iugh I k...

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 June 1915

" PERSONAL AND OTHlEISSE : jo~~ctr H~t~ M. Jarrell has been visiting in Winnsboro. C. P. Thornhill and Miss Johnnie Langham spent last Fri day in Monroe. essrs Green and F. Terzia of Monroe were among Sunday visitors to Columbia. Miss Edna Carroll spent the firse of this week in Ruston with I her mother. This week has been a favor able one for the farmer and they have been putting in good time. B. D. Woods returned Monday from a business trip to New Or leans. The Columbia Advertisers went to Winsboro Wednesday and played the ball team of that place. Chidren's Day services will be he:l at the Baptist church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mirs. Tom Dawkins and chil dren of Little Rock are visiting Mrs. Dawkins father, Judge Wear. M'rs. J. S. Dixon and children of Little Rock are the guests of their parents and grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart. After a few days spent in Col u!il,ia. guest of Miss Nada Mere (dith, Miss Hines has returned j to her home at Grayson. I A large crowd...

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 June 1915

The Married [ife of Helen and Warren By MABEL HERBERT URNER Originator of "Their Married Lite." Author ot "The Journal of a Neglected Wife," "The Woman Alone," etc. Helen Works Herself Up Over a Trivial Care Only to Find She Was in the Wrong (Copyright, 1915, by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) "That's the way to cook spinach," t approved Warren, holding up a whole leaf on his fork. t "Loathe it mashed I into a green, slimy pulp. "Yes, sIhe (o .; cook this biter than No:a. "lluh, she's for gotten more about a cooking than L Nora ever knew," y as he again V carved into the j the lamb. "fhow t about some jelly t with this?" Ilelen touched I the bell. "Emma," as the girl appeared, "you g may bring in that grape jelly." s In a few moments she came in with g a gleaming, quivering mold. ti "\Why, you've opened a fresh glass' o I meant the one we had last night." e "There wasn't more'n a spoonful ft left, m'aan." "That's the second time she's done b that," declared Helen in low-voiced jP ...

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 June 1915

Housework Is a Burden It's hard enough to keep house if in perfect health, but a woman who is weak, tired and suffering from an aching back has a heavy burden. Any woman in this condition has good cause to suspect kidney trouble, especial ly if the kidney action seems disordered. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured thou sands of suffering women. It's the best recommended special kidney remedy. An Arkansas Case R' F R. Mrs. J o seph a - sTellsa t;ross, llm St., y.'" Morrillton, A r k., says: "I couldn't straighten on ac count of the terri ble pains in my back. My feet and ankles swelled to twice their normal size and I had about given up hope of a cure. as doctors had failed. My health im proved rapidly on using Doan's Kidney Pills and before long I was in good health. I have never suffered seriously since." Cet Deoan's at Amy Store, SOe a Box DOAN'S KlIDNE FOSTER-MI-BURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. WINTERSMITH'S CHILL TONIC not only the old reliable remedy FOR MALARIA fin: general strengthening ...

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 June 1915

JLJ[.! 1. . . . . . nill p ~TIIL. U(B:(PI~~BYSBP6;i"~LP v ····.SM mu * ·- '.b p .Q , 1·'::·..·, Chicagoan Who Always Goes to Church Barefoot P ol CHICAGO.-It has become quite an event to the residents of Tlesley court when Frank Schriail attends church of a Suntda morning. Children c pause on the sidewalk to watch him go by and thy gossips of the court run l to their windows with as much inter ,--i,''' est as if a parade were passing. N rlIL. !In reality Schmiall resembles Ia l * * cross bett\ eorn a G. A. R. procession 1 ' L .,,,i ,andt a Itussian dancer. iiis chest is I" ScI covored from shoulder padding to naistband with medals, and Schmall's to - tn twinkling toes---not always twin - - kling--splrawl on the cement walks as ci he hurries along with athletic stride. r( It is Schinall's theory that shoes pr are as much out of place to the churchman :is slippers are in a Ilindu ac temple. The medals he bestows upion himself, and neighbors have noticed in that a new one would appear ...

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