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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 2 July 1915

he Jal w I Iatchma ,4 x.; 174"' .29 COLUMBIA, LOU DI FRI A, , , 19151 SLSLE HALICZ; DROPSBACK TOBUG RIVER SAN TAKES PLACE OF THE DNIESTER AS THE SCENE OF A SANGUINARY BATTLE. ITALIANS ARE ADVANCING Only Important Actions in West Were the Repulsing o1 Two Ger man Attacks. London. - Berlin reports the fall of the Galician town of Halicz, and says the Autro-Germans have crossed the Dniester River, which means that the five days' desperate rear guard ac tion by the Russians has ended In their retirement However, the stub born resistance of this flank of the forces of Grand Duke Nicholas un doubtedly has enabled him to reform his lines along the rivers Bug and Stry without interferences. The River San now takes the place of the Dniester as the scene of a san guinary battle in the Russian effort to prevent the investment of Warsaw. Petrograd admits the retirement of the Russians to the River Gnila Lipa, which is 80 miles from the frontier and falls into the Dalniester at Halicz, but milit...

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. — 2 July 1915

Eo0IKWe TouCi Ill Passiixg 7Jldia ChandlorP O 4C MVCtRE NEWSPAPER 3Yn1DICAT 1i, ill YLI He Withdrew Himself Yet Further From the Common Life of the Valley Below. THE MAN WHO LIVED In a far away yesteryear two men ton fame in the art of letters. The First Man withdrew himself to the heights that he might the better look out over the valley below and watch the folk who took the day's work seriously. He felt contempt for their struggles and, strivings, and never failed to ridicule the smallness of their lives-their inconsequential aims and ambitions-but even while he ridiculed it gave him pleasure to dazzle them with the message which flowed from his pen in style so bril liant that the folk in the valley likened his brain to a crystal foun tain because of its wonderful glimmer and glitter, and The First Man was pleased with the simile. He withdrew himself yet further from the common life of the valley below and gave himself utterly to a new work which his publishers prom ised should ma...

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. — 2 July 1915

KIRM IS WHITE GEORGE DARlt C(UTPGEON LUSTRAIIONS RAY W&LTERS AMP crAfJoJfYY ~YT ~f ~ C CHAPTER XXVII-Continued. -12 He obeyed. "See! There is no one .near." He held open the door to the hall. "You must speak quickly. I am to leave this house in an hour. I was given the hour." "Ah, I can see by your face that you bate him! It is well. That is some thing. It is but little, I know, after all I have wished for-but it is some thing for me to treasure-something for me to take back with me to the one sacred little spot in this beastly world of men and women." "You are the most incomprehen sible-" "Am I not beautiful, Frederic? Tell mel" She came quite close to him. "You are the most beautiful woman In all the world," he said abjectly "And I have wasted all my beauty I have lent it to unloveliness and it has not been destroyed! It is still with me, is it not? I have not lost it in" "You are beautiful beyond words beyond anything I have ever im agined," said he, suddenly passing his hand...

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. — 2 July 1915

THIECALDWELL WATCIH AN Published Every Friday Entered pt the postollice at Colunmhia, 1 La., as second-class mail matter. H. A. TURNER. Editor t Subscription-$1 per year in advance t Official Organ of Cul :ell P'arish School Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Ca!dwell Parish.AC ANNOUNCEMENTS V For Member Cor.stituiional Convention We are a thor;::dtl to annonlt o M R . C. P. THORKill Li, is a candidate four member fromn ( a ell ;Ir'ish in thej proposed c',nc ttutionial convention; subject t l I o icratic primat y Assembly. Its Fate is in Doubt I The hill calling a constitution al conv nftiOi io!rcedl its W "I it through the extra session of the Loii:. IJ LegJisiatIre in the t face of ctn+r-!: bhle hi ter ojj-i sition, hit a: t:is early state oft the camaigi or tue election o: e delegates tot h-t convention, s many of I he str ng advocates of the conventio: who believed or effected to b'.elove that that alone couldu give astate relief from the many dificulties that I bes...

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. — 2 July 1915

PERSONAL AND OTHiEASE. lOgomeifle. ..I I 4num000... . J. M. Steen of Ward 3 was in town Wednesday. Attorney Hundley of Alexan dria was mingling with his old friends in Columbia Monday. L. F. Pine and A. M. Grayson of Grayson were in town Wed nesday. Mrs. Narcisa Walters and children of Harrisonburg are the guests of Mrs. S. H. Brown. E. J. Langham has our thanks for his renewal which he hand ed us last Saturday. The Misses Grayson's of Bun kie are the guests at the home of Mrs. A. M. Grayson at Gray son, La. Attorney J. C. Harper of Winnsboro has been attending to legal matters in Columbia this week. J. B. Meredith was in town last Saturday and called around and shoved the date of his sub scription up another year. The Monroe ball team came to Columbia last Saturday after noon and treated the Advertis ers to a score to 6 to 5 in favor of Monroe. LOST-Between my house and the post office, sterling silver watch, inlaid with gold, 17 jew els. Finder return to undersign ed and receive r...

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. — 2 July 1915

n"" "i%:"ý:ý .. .. e K .t " ( " sýs ýC:'ý" '^ý ,t'ý:,.:Maý:" ý ^ý"c "" BEAUTIFUL SARAJEVO · i ARAJEVO, always one of the most fruitful breeding places in Europe of conspiracies and re volts, first against the Turks and then against the Austrians, the scene of the assassination of the Archduke Francls Ferdinand, heir apparent to the thrones of Austria and Hungary, and his wife, the duchess of Hohenberg, is thus described by a writer for the National Geographic society: One of the beauty spots of the Bal kans is that occupied by the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo. It is built upon the River Miljacka, a small tributary of the Bosna, and spreads over both slopes of the narrow valley to the rugged hills. Partially oriental, and wholly set in the green and emerald of its gardens and neighboring well wood'd hills. Sarajevo is frequently called the '"Damascus of the North." The city lies in the southeastern cor ner of Bosnia, 122 miles southwest of felgrade. With a growing population of 50,000 a...

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. — 2 July 1915

WOMEN CAN HAROLY BELIEVE ' How Mrs. Hurley Was Re. stored to Health by Lydia E Pinkham's Vdetable Eldon, Mo. - " I was troubled with displacement, inflammation and female -r. weaknesa. For two years I could not stand lon my feet long at a time and I Scould not walk two p i blocks without en-a E during catting and drawing pains down my right side which d S increased every month. I have been it at that time purple intheface andwould s walkthe floor. Icould notliedownor T sit still sometimes for a day and a night at a time. I was nervous, and had very g little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, 1 and often felt as though I had not a o friendintheworld. After I had tried b most every female remedy without suc- o cess, my mother-in-law advised me to b take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable I Compound. I did so and gained in fl strength every day. I have now no troa. c ble in any way and highly praise your medicine. It advertisee itself. "-Mrs. S. T. HURLEr, Eldon, MissourI. o Remember, the re...

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. — 2 July 1915

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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. — 16 July 1915

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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. — 16 July 1915

The Married life of Helen and Warren By MABEL HERBERT LURNER Originator of "Their Married Life." Author of "The Journal of a Neglected Wife," "The Wonman Alone." etc. Helen Sees Something of the Weakness and Brutality of Another Woman's Husband (Copyright, 1915. by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) "You mustn't repeat such things, reproved Helcen sharply. "That can't be true!' 'Their maid tolld rn hi rS' lf. ma'am. Shie ild the 'ri' tr l, to k e C{p ayody froum kn.oio' it 4 ~-they're afraidi ý'ý :ý P rs.. . ' W hen (lid it i :1ge i tej -ý ' haten -- - x Ih a t tit e last night '"She sail around one o( 1o !.. I led been drinkliiu ird didi't knot w what he was doin'." Mabel H. Urner. "Oh I didnt think MIr. ('olburi drank," murmured Helen regretfully. "And she's so young and pretty." ''"tosie-that's their nlmaid-said he lost a sight of blood 'fore they could get a doctor. Slhe said she came dow ii to the laundry 'fore daylight to wadh out the sheets and things-so no body'd know. They'v...

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. — 16 July 1915

B ý° ý' IS WýIIIT ' & 1K~~13 WHIllE * GtORGiE DAR MHCUTCIWON LUSTRATIONS RAY WALTERS OYDODOf,A&4 Pf~ O,'PA, CHAPTER XX-.Contlnued. -14 "No, I do not forget, James. There 'Was but one way in which I could hope to steal him away from you, and I went about it deliberately, with my eyes open. I came here to induce him to run away with me. I would have taken him back to his mother's home, to her grave, and there I would have told him what you did to her. If after hearing my story he elected to return to the man who had destroyed his mother, I should have stepped aside and offered no protest. But I would have taken him away from you in the manner that would have hurt you the worst. My sister was true to you. I would have been just as true, and after you had suffered the torments of hell, It was my plan to reveal everything to you. But you would have had your punishment by that time. When you were at the very end of your strength, when you tremble on the edge of ob. ilvion, then I ...

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. — 16 July 1915

THE CALDWE} L WNATCMAN Published Every Friday this Entered at the po.toiel at ('olumbi:l, s La., as second-clas.; nail matter. goo H. A. TURNER, Eldit'w Ill Subscription-$1 Y,! vear in adval,' t (th Official Organ of Cali . :l PariTh h sell e1 t Board and Town of C !umbin nA. ti Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. (der ANNOUNCEMENTS Lia W al'. a Jh tl annont'e Ml . W. t. PiKN a indildate for iou dia55dae tu :y Ir : '. . luib ct t in the actiio fif to he n w~ ath*' pu ar'. L I r tli th e ac ' 1 1ii.. e:; ,erafi p1i nuC4 \ l E' For mF:nbcr Consti:utio::aI Corventin1, te '1il 11' '. M l" (C. 0 1'. '1 0ýý: !: l ch.. iil, 1w '..t 10 Assenibly. ( A Card ( fo the .: hi r 1 . P h of ('l! ic l well: I I ham c" lite1i .. { :,: flhiu1 0rui friends throughout <' irsh to te come : cGndlitat ft1 the' Constitution.l (si Convention r: cento; cahlll to colIVein' \. in New Orleans on the 24th day of OW September, 1915 and, realizing this is a `e nonpolitical office, embracing both the welfare of ...

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. — 16 July 1915

"iýrfii a t.4ºiº iýMý1{iyi` 1{aliC i /ýM~iWiý ý} SPERSONAL AND OTiL&SE C'a Treen. Agricultural teach er (;r:.:;::. l, was a visitor to `K7 ýi i ay V. (. Calmes of Livingston parirh i> i;iting his sister, Mrs. J. 1. 8. B. Brown of Kelly was in town :rThuvsday and paid this of fice anº a jrieciated visit. S : l:1l `, C. C. Bridger, Gil n; K itl and John Edward Vol: fr t : :dhd a dance in XVinvn :: '":l, r s-ay night. , º.t Hlines left Saturday for N : 'c. La., where he has accpt-, l a p sition with the Delta nond Co. Ii. .i. 1 )aai' I called around last V. \r:no la and shoved the date .i :iscription up an oth!ýý 1 xCr whjich he has our th_ .n ý ri ad Juanita Car ru; t \inesd y night off 1I: l'. ire Grayson, guest ofi 'T teri1 (f court con veri A ld:v. with Judge Wear :Shl 1 :1 j' i tfieu g, District Attor nev uii andti clerk of court MI. . ,,Icom all at their posts, J. I. Mlflrris, assessorof More hoivý nr ish, of Bastrop, and a ;go,:i 15 "d of the editor was a vu'i isitor to 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. — 16 July 1915

COULD NOT STAND ON FEET Mrs. Baker So Weak-Could Not Do Her Work-Found Relief In Novel Way. Adrian, Mich. - "I suffered terribly With female weakness and backache and "^.ii::ri:i:;,got so weak that I : could hardly do my work. When I washed my dishes I had to sit down and when I would sweep 4 the floor I would get so weak that I would have to get a drink ' every few minutes, Sand before I did my / . dusting Iwould have to lie down. I got so poorly that my folks thought I was going into consumption. One day I found a piece of paper blowing around the yard and I picked it up and read it. It said 'Saved from the Grave,' and told what Lydia E. Pirnkham's Vegeta ble Compound has done for women. I showed it to my husband and he said, t 'Why don't you try it ? ' So I did, and after I had taken two bottles I felt better and I said to my husband,'I don't a need any more,' and he said 'You had c better take it a little longer anyway.' So I took it for three months and got t well and strong."-...

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. — 16 July 1915

HAD PELLAGRA; IS NOW CURED Ihill-b ro Ala.-J. W. Turner, of this place. -*1Y: "I ought to have written you ¶w o weeks ago, but failed to do so. I git well and then forgot to write you. I clan get albout like a 10-year-old boy; qou ught to see me run around and tend to my tarm. I can go all day just like I ased to(. I am so thankful to know there is uchI a gped remedy to cure people of aellag: a There iý n, linger any doubt that pel lag:aea Pt er'red. Don't delay until it is :( ( . It is your duty to consult the IL-uiCeeful lauglin Tb'- -i n;i )ins-hands red like sunburn,f sikin ;e L.' oi , sore Imut h, the lips, h t 'oZnic a flaminiW red, with 1 nt iii" i( u~- h lui choking- indigestion and a ,ier uliarrlhoca or constipation. TheL ic- 11p: get llaiuhln's big Free bn, a '' I'ulura anl learn albout the rernc.in :r l' I'eilagar that ha, at list een foun: .\l irew Anrieucan ('cnjloiouding CO.. i : _' W , ,Jasper, .1la., remembe<<ring; u-N isa ri funded in any cace where the remuu\...

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 July 1915

Must Mark Steamers and U. S. to Guarantee Cargo t RESTRICTION PLACED BY GER MANY ON THE USE OF AMERI- t CAN PASSENGER SHIPS WHICH P ARE TO BE GIVEN COMPLETE IMMUNITY IF THEY DO NOT CARRY CONTRABAND. OFFICIALS AT WASHINGTON VIEWREPLYASINADEQUATE Believe Germany Disclaimed Liability f For the Loss of Americans in the t Lusitania Tragedy and Has Lightly Passed Over the Chief Principles. Washington. -- Arrival of the pres I translation of the German note con firmed impressions that Germane would refuse to give tile assulrances asked by the United States that ti: lives of Americans traveling the high seas on unarmed ships of any nation ality be not endangered. The apparent restriction placed 1'% Germany on the use of American pas senger ships which are to be given complete Immunity from interference 1 only if they do not carry contraband. is regarded as adding another to the many issues which have arisen over submarine warfare. It is believed Germany disclaimed liability for the loss of ...

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. — 23 July 1915

'The Ca ldwel Watchman OLVOL. 9 ( i U A, M IBTA)IJ$SIAr A, I.YA , ,Il '! 3 191,. GERMANS CLOSING IN AROUND WARSAW BRITISH PRESS IS DISCOUNTING THE FALL OF THE POLISH CAPITAL. UNABLE TO STRAIGHTEN LINE Absence of Additional Information' There Is Nothing to Throw Light On Austro-German Front. London. - With the German field marshals, Von Ilindenburg on the north and Von Mackensen on the south, whipping forward the two ends of a great arc around Warsaw. it is realized in England that (Grand Duke Nicholas. in defending the city, has the most severe task imposed on him since the outbreak of thei European war. Some military writers seem to think the feat is well-nigh impossible. There was sustained confidence that Germany's previous violent attacks along the Bzura-Rawka front never would pierce the Russian line, but the present colossal co-ordinate move ment was developed with such sul aenness and carried so far without meeting serious Russian resistance that more and more the British pre...

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. — 23 July 1915

FABLESl SLANG y Aýý M4 ,, (10h , I 01 c+,owlax ,.cope AD THE NEW FABLE OF THE DIVINE SPARK THAT HAD A SHORT CIRCUIT. One Evening at a converted Rink known as the Grand Opera House, a flock of intrepid Amateurs put on a, War Drama. Lila, principal Child of the Egg and Poultry King, played a Daughter of the Southland, and her Hair shaken out and Lamp Black on her Eye-Wink ers, so as to look like Maxine. All of her Relations and the other Members of the 'ocahontas Bridge Whist and Pleasure Club were In Front, and they gave her a Hand every time she stepped out front behind a Tree. She scored what is known in the Ib sen Cult as a Knock-Out. At 11 P. M. she was up on a lone, some Eminence, right between Sara Bernhardt and Julia Marlowe, waiting for a Telegram from C. F. to come on and tackle the Role that was too Heavy for Masude Adams. The proud Parents awoke neat Morning to discover that Lady Mac beth was boarding with them When she moved 'from one Iiom 'to another, the Portieres had t...

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. — 23 July 1915

BL KE IS WýIII GEOR I2: DAR C(UT'CIIWON SLLusTRTON1 ~~1AY WALIERS CHAPTER XXIII-Continued. -15 "And I'm not so sure of that," said she, sagely. "It isn't the way with men. It may not have been love that he felt for the physical Yvonne, but it wasn't Matilde that he held in his arms. You can't get around that, nor can he. Matilde's soul and Yvonne's body are quite two different-" "Gad, you are analyzing things!" he exclaimed in amazement. "But all this is neither here nor there," she said, flushing. "The point is this: we are going away tomorrow, for heaven knows how long-you and I, my mother and your father. We are going to Vienna and in St. Ste when's cathedral-where your father and mother were married with poor little Therese as one of the witnesses in St. Stephen's we are to be married. She will not be there. She is not asked to come with us. She is barred out. Isn't it the refinement of-cruelty?" :" "Cruelty, lydia? I'd hardly call it that. It's the order of destiny, or somethin...

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. — 23 July 1915

THECAL V,[ U .77' J C` Published E.', r- si ay Entered at ,t ( , : La., as secunýl :t, i: : tr. H. A. TUiNE '. . i" HO Subscription i .a in :a Q ' Official Journal of ;.' ::! Parish. tlt Sil' ANNGU !CM NTS ' sheriff . ..t t , . . . the atoL .,.. arn 1 ill: asse-so ; thle actii . . ' . . ,i '. .i: didat ' : l- tL the a ", . i a y. U: F3or Menb . Convenrtion!l lSi'I To tl:" \., .f ;i I 1 ; '". . .. iii h' ',Ou friendst tO i:1I to hi - c come ; nmtl " · titu o()n el n CoInvc , '. . o:, , t'.t I in New O.idn O oi Slptel in l, ,' ' . i..h is ii nonpoltica: i i r ng bth tie welfa s t: . ration and C'O tou r pros,; 1. "t : . sI.).i. a l' .. t l ( SThs , " t::: l. C ti . tions c! 'iin: trn. that my a ai la1 will ensi i'i ; . 's I to my people ,,ain . . . nt , Ctons :i Oand , l n" ': 'i ', ' - til ertil's t oI l" ga Uin d e r ' t ' a'- ', 1 hei reby for mally an'o '''' s candi date for e'i, ' "' nt the Par- pa sh of ('ald'.' i in ft onstitutional Conventinc:i ' ,' to coiinvene ;l a in the ...

Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
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