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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 13 August 1915

Sa' oruhlll 7l*he a VOe 29aldwe 1 atchman VOL.29 (190U3181 . I SIANA, 8ilILL . tr 1"( o .' T I . 1 SMERICA TO HAVE BUMPER HARVEST WHEAT CROP WILL BE WORTH $1,00,000,000,00--ACREAGE IN CREASED. OTHER YIELDS PROMISING Value of Corn Crop May Reach $2,500, 000,000-White Potatoes Promise to Exceed Their Former Record Production. Washington.-Three billion bushels of corn, one and a half bilion liushels of oats and a billion bushels (if wheat are in prospect for this year's Amenri can harvest. Record crops of rye, white and sweet potatoes,. tobacro. rice and hay also are predicted. Far mers planted 310,546.000 acres. or 10,. 000,000 acres more than last year, to their principal products. The wheat crop, the greatest ever grown in any country, will be worth more than $1,000,000,000, while the corn crop's value may reach $2,500, 000,000. Estimates of the principal crops, an nounced by the Department of Agri. culture, based on conditions of Au gust 1, show that all crops will be greater than ...

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 August 1915

FIRST YEAR OF THE WAR IN EUROPE SKELETON HISTORY OF WAR June 28--Archduke and Archduchess Francis of Austria slain by .erblan assassins. August 1-Germany declares war on Russia. August 2-German forces enter I.uxem burg. Germany demands passage through Belglum. August 5-England announces state of war with Germany. August 7-F-rench Invade southern Al mace. August K--British troops land in France and Belglumn. August ll-Germans pass lisege forts. August IZ-E-ngland and F'rance de dlare war on Austria. August 15-Austrians Invade Serbia la force. August 7--Beginning of five tays' hat tile between Serblans and Austrians on the Jadar, ending In Ausrlian rout. August 20---ermans enter Brussels. August 21-Gernmnº enter %nmur anti attack Mona. Austria announces vie tory over Russians at Krusnik. Japan declares wvar. August 24-British begin retreat from Mons. August 25--French evacuate Mluelhau sen. August 27-l.ouailn burned by Ger mans. August 25-Battle off Helgoland. sev eral German warships...

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 August 1915

The Czar's Spy The Mystery of a Silent Love By Chevalier WILLIAM LE QUEUX Author of "The Closed Book," etc. Copyright by the Smart Set Publishing Co. SYNOPSIS. -3 The yacht Lola narrowly escapes wreck In Leghorn harbor. Gordon Gregg, locum tenens for the British consul, is called upon by Hornby, the Lola's owner, and dines abc,ard with him and his friend, Hylton Chater. Aboard the yacht he ac cldentally se+s a room full of arms and ammunition and a torn Photogr;phl of : oung girl. Thl'at night the consul's s:tfe robbed and the Lola puits suddlenly to sea. The police find that llornby is ia fraud and the Lola's name a false one. Gregg visits r'apt. Jack I)urnford of the marines aboard his ve.-sel, aid is Slr prised to learn that Dlurnfrd i1iIows, but will not reveal, the lmystery of the Lola. "It concerns a woman." CHAPTER Ill-Continued. He thanked me profusely when I consented to go with him. "Ah, signor padrone!" he said grate fully, "she will be so delighted. It is so very good 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. — 13 August 1915

THECALDWELl WATCHMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the postoil c' at ('(ýlumbia, La., as second-class nain mat.ter. H. A. TURNER, Editr Subscription -S1" :::.ar in advance Official Organ 1f ( a;l I ii'ish chooll Board a,1d( 'town ,1" (:olumbia. Official Journal of a!dwell Parish. T!he Die Is Cast Sine' . as to the pr,- c posed cl t oa,; conventi'n a have bel s'. e are flOW in a p.siti t, : or; ,i somne op)in- t 1i1n of wX : rt :' a c(,stitution 1t these di - . frame for a the peL in a. : thne vote cn s the 31,< i i., Ic;iith 1proves to s be in fia. uro ., constitu- i tion. i.Man` ,, ,r. h1A\e with- ti held n ' t 'j'. of oa)ini, or any ( 1ci:.,k ai , t,, ,1i they would v,. , miil'. cold see a and have .' t . ·:'iY list b of delegat. te ::c ater P of the d,!egaLn ciosen had been to their :;..i,. hey would have voted ur i..' c,.,1ng of a conIventiIp. o, :,iwx that they l see that tn.,y c:ni not hope for ti any improve.,:eIt over the con stitution oi ;:!2 , tiey ýv ill vote aga...

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 August 1915

i PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE I C. C. Roark of Grayson has our thanl.s for his renewal B which we received Monday. ors Dr. Butler and daughters of the Trout were visitbrs to Columbia Lou the latter part of last week. tue C. P. Fi:ler left Wednesday auti for Houston, Texas, on a visit thel .to his (laughter. Sta day Carl Trermi of Grayson was ed in town Th;r-day and paid this mis office a visit. to i B. H. Miller of Clarks was in ish town a short while Tuesday of morning, oft Mr. L; i' er Thornhill of Mon the roe spent Sunday in Columbia with his iarents. Sta Dr. F. M3. MIecom and wife of tioi Clarks left the latter part of last tioi week for the Panama Exposition Aci where they Vwill spend several weeks. Pr( Miss En.sminger of Winnsboro A 1 returne., home Monday after mi somitime spent in Columbia with heri' W:.er, Mrs.W. B.Mask. cin Mrs. W. E. Godfrey and Co daughte.r, '.iss O'Ine, left Satur day for Hot Springs, Ark., H where they will spend several zel days. cei Misses Davis, Marg...

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 August 1915

Charming Messaline Afternoon Gown :* .4 v" :r' -" {F "S .. ~6 c.v ift - PX -:." , ." :' • "]~ An afternoon gown of messaline Filk, pictured here, is one of many that the amateur seamstress may undertake with assurance that success is easy. The summer afternoon dress is about the most satisfying of all the clothes wherewithal we are clothed and any number of them have been designed (of the lovely fabrics made for wear in the good old summer time) that are easy to make. In the dress pictured the skirt is straight and short and full. It has a high waist line with a smocked or shirred panel at the front and single box plaits disposing of the fullness at the sides and back. Two knife-plaited ruffles extend about the skirt near the bottom and at the hip line, but they terminate at the front panel on each side. A loose, plain blouse of chiffon in the same color as the dress with Dutch neck has a narrow knife plait Ing of the messaline festooned across the front. A short jacket of the mes...

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 August 1915

.FollWe Touc i O a SSI '" fit7W CURE NEW -PAPI-R 3YItDICATE' IiI Se She Spent Most of Her Hours in the Garden. BEAUTY When Older Brother first called her Beauty the whole family laughed. That was a rare compliment to Older Brother's wit, for the family was one seldom given to mirth But when they looked from the thin, pinched little face, with its buttermilk expression, down the angular young body to the too long legs, and back again to the the girl by Older' Brother was so in congruous that even Mother, who had never wanted any one of her six chil dren (least of all Beauty) could not help laughing outright. Naturally Older Brother was much pleased with himself and saw to it that the name elung to the little girl all through the days of her childhood. The years that came and went made Beauty no less a misnomer, for the girl's face grew smaller and more pinched and more sour with every one of them. The youngest and least wel come of all the unwelcome six at home she was always pushed ...

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 August 1915

Detroit's Crime Hound Injured by False Story ETROIT, MITCH.-Patrolman Thomas Harper, whose police duties consist in training up Franz. the new $500 crime hound, in the way crime hounds should go, is pretty mad about some unfavorable publicity given his cafnilO charges a few days ago. Some smart reporter wrote a piece about llum, the 1 tdecrepit old favorite of central pre .....' - l " cinct, rising in his dotage, leaping on < Franz and smiting him, snoot and paw. The reporter intimated that SA Bum ought to be muzzled, or he would \ "" use Franz as a cereal some morning. -And the editor put it right in the paper. - f- "It's not Bum, but the press, that ought to be muzzled," quoth Mr. liar per, his voice tremulous with indigna tion. "These papers go too far. They ought to be stopped. This story about Franz getting licked by an old dog, suffering from rheumatism and gout, has destroyed Franz' use in the department. Nobody pays any attention to him any more. lie's practically useless...

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. — 20 August 1915

C? TP orabil The Ca .dwell Vatchman YO_,. _ __( 131. , i,11 l li . .1 , I, i 1. 1, .t I'(; T l '' ., 1) I ,; U, S, TO CONTINUE SELLING SUPPLIES AUSTRIA'S NOTE ANSWERED - REFUSE TO STOP EXPORT ING OF MUNITIONS. CITES BOER WAR INSTANCES Recalls That Teutons Furnished Ma terial to Great Britain When Her Enemies Could Not Import Necessities. Washington.-The State Depart ment made public the reply of the United States rejecting views set forth by the Austro-lIungarian gov ernment in a recent note contending tl:at exportation of war munitions from America to Austria's enemies was conducted on such a scale as to be "not in consonance with the dell nition of neutrality." Though friendly in language and tone, the note flatly denies the Austro Hungarian contentions, and recalls that that country and Germany fur nished munitions of war to Great Britain during the Boer war when England's enemies could not import such supplies. It insists the Ameri can government is pursuing a strict ly neutral ...

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. — 20 August 1915

PROTECTED BY SEVENTEEN FLAGS rr . 'hiis is th lied (ross hospital in Mexico City which the troops of General Obregon began to sack. The international relief commission thereupon made up the standard of 17 flags, seen above the entrance, which were contributed by the diplomatic representatives of as many countries Stern protest against the proposed vandalism was made and Obregon ordered his men to desist. was rnaae awni vvtrulvur url Y· - ITALY IS USING THE AMERICAN MULE .{ti Nei~ '''y a: American mules, bought in great numbers before the outbreak of the war between Italy and Austria, form the mainstay of Italy's transportation service. oa ,·-i ~s! ARMENIANS REPULSING THE TURKS : %::::::>:: ::'4;;ý:ý is :' :":.;;t> ;:: .,Y : ~ ~ ~ : .-:... .•." :·:·:- ··-- m ,4 , ....'. .' "-.,:..,. :" ? . .." " :::. ,r::" : -X. ' A scene in the trenches of the Armenians in the "Gardens" just outside of the city of Van. In Asiatio Turkey, during the recent siege of that place by the Turks. Be...

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. — 20 August 1915

AWA S 15ml XE SoPU -LITIOI ,'- ",'," ý ::4 :i:, '!:[:: '+:. ý; A. .i ; . . . . ..; ,, ':..:.+:... ."- :i: ::!:!:wiwi:]!!:i:!.:."!!::. , i\4 ·....·. ............. :: ::; 4. .... :,:< :, : :.:j:,::::; . .. ,.,,,,,:-.'.'."" " ;.iii..' ,. .-'. : Yr·'.~ 3' ··r * . ·- . -. . . ·.:.: ::-. , ..· ·- :., N the Hawaiian islands all races meet on a basis of near social equality, education is developed to a high degree and hospitality finds its best expression, accord ing to Senator Cummins, says the Des Moines Register and Leader. The senator gave some impressions he re ceived from his visit in the islands with the congressional investigating party. "The first thing that impresses one is the unique condition socially and politically of the people," Senator Cummins said. "The total population is about 220.000. Of these 75,000 are Japanese. who came there when it was legal for them to do so or have been horn on the islands. They are preserving the purity of their blood. They do not...

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. — 20 August 1915

THE IIAU WELL A . CiA Published Ev,:'i r;''idy LEntered , t tlw ost rot 'I: . 'tt ,r .. La., as s(cowt-cinL.s , i ij att,.r. H. A. TrU1Li;R, ;,iitSr 1; 11 1';tr  : iý" I I't ,', Il ., ' ý) ( " , !!1:l lilt, Official Journal of i . , arish. At this time it . ' diet th , ., arish wiii cast a i: , ,, . the ctn verlti::. r ;I' quite a as bect ;;. ii ... I nu1ding o: nu , :,, . a i , ld 8[st ,i ,';. gainsi , , ., , 110t hear]t one exp.  s % bcier ib fL.v,,r \h.t .. I"hL defeat + .. i enti,:: is con-i ceded, ', .i v(tL's will turn out i - o in e coulln- try t` . . ,. itt';, out as, many \,)I. .';. '. , ;*s it is a w.! .: Ni\V Or leans ; l .v • ,, ' 11 ;', ;t a kica"( vote;L :I t;o . .. t;e w. : .: .: Voter, do not rtt ; at Z;Orue On th,. day of ,e ' i ,n, i ut '.)t) thepoll t and v-o,. ,ai nt til ioiding of the c(,,stt,,.ý i ,t t:!.nvention. SIan 'iet 'r)'l ,';:" +,:._, rt a m. ass nle't ing at t£ , P n.:s'' . rieultural Schoot ,-,ti.:,.t, at Grayson. Saturt';y Aittuv;. ". cur the...

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. — 20 August 1915

} PERSONAL AND OTfii ,lSE Attorney 0. C. Dawkins of Mornroe was in town Monday. L. I', Pine of Grayson was a pleasant caller at this office last Wednesday. T. W. Bird of Clarks added his name to our list of readers for which he has our thanks. ..iiss Sallie Haily returned Monday after several day's visit 1 with relatives in Harrisonburg. Mr. Cope of New Orleans ar rived Wednesday on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. B. D. Wood. S. C. Coats of ward 5, was in town last Thursday and called around and added his name to I our list of readers. Thanks. Mrs. Cox and baby have re turned to their home at Meeker after several days visit in Colum bia, guests of Miss Thornhill. Miss Dotie Patterson returned ( to her home in Alexandria Sat urday after some time spent in Columbia, guest of Miss Edna Ruth McGinnis. Mr. Wm. C. Howe and Miss Julia Coats of ward 5. came to town last Monday and were quietly married at the Clerks of fice in the presence of a few friends. R. R. Redditt, J. P., officiated. We...

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. — 20 August 1915

Li"Ai? (7AP/5 5p3 Y " . The M)stcry of a Silent love S Chwilir WWILLI 1MNLX I Q./ AUTIHR o '"TLn CLOSED BOOK," ETC ILLUSJTPAITION5 ~y- CI).RHIODýI5 ! (prYR/cGHr Y THE SIYA/RT JET PUSL/JI/EC7 CO X wV SYNOPSIS. -4 T b " ";,, I L o la n r ro , -l :ip ".- w r. ,'k In l gi. ,r , harbor. ,l,,rdon ,Irgg. lo 1 t11 tron, s fr t le Britilsh on'sui,. is call,-d upon by I Horhy. the' Il.a's oxtwner, and dines ahoari with him :anI histI friedil, HIyltor t 'h tetr. Aboard the yacht h. ac cidentaly v ss a rm full of arms and nmmrunitlon and a torn photograph of a younr, girl. That night the consul's safe l.a r,,bhed and the I ola puts sudlenly to SRa. The pollee find that I[,rrnby Is a asil and t'I' ,,ola's nalme a false one. ,rezg vislts C'apt. Jat, I)urnford of the marinns aboard is vyesst. and is sur prlsed to barn t h;it I)urliflrd knows, hut will not reveal. tlit' riv',tl y of the .Ola. "It coic,'ern s a wiomanl." In L.onl don Gregg is tr;apped nt;irly to his death ya farner servant. Oli...

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. — 20 August 1915

The Married life of Helen and Warren By MABEL HERBERT URNER Originator of "Their Married Life." Author of "The Journal of a Neglected Wife," "The Woman Alone," etc. Helen by a Subterfuge Wins Her Point and Avoids a Quarrel With Warren (Copyright, 1915, by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) It was a faint, furtive knock--the knock of the maid from across the in a hall. Emma closed take the icebox noisily anld )pret ended 1nut E to hear. it o "Isn't that scrme- the one at the door ' Slielten was drop- !a pillg tie mad on naise froni the %'! fork to test its she 4 s i not lll(ioeslls, l • --. "'.0, 111a'l'. I Sgue:s it's the tlii wind," as she " opened the door Ste and evidently sig- glo naled the girl to so( Mabel Herbert go away. For a second an Urner. elen was temnipt- cl ed to rush to the door, fling it open inf and confront Emma with her lie. But CO' with the Stevenses coming to dinner, Sti it was not an opportune time for ou a scene. Besides, Emma's month was up the 20th, and Hel...

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. — 20 August 1915

J1XPPL2SG I j.j 7 4a ';7 : 1 Iý 3' ! f t -, - Most Valuable Vegetable Patch in All New York EW YORK.---That there is a farm at Fifth avenue and Fifty-ninth street where every inch of ground is. figuratively speaking, covered by gold dollars--will undoubtedly be surprising news to the majority of residents of this city. Yet a flourishing vegetable garden is located there on what is the R inn nmost highly valued plot of ground in R e  , n the city. While it does not produce gao  N 11P for the general public., it supplies Svegetables for a goodly number of persons who enjoy a privilege cher U , ished and desired by nearly every 4 'body--of picking vegetables from the garden for immediate, consumption. r It will also be surprising to learn that the soil of Manhattan island, taking this plot as a sample, is rich in possibilities for farm land. This is the opinion of the Fifth avenue farmer, who says he has found the soil so good that it can produce bumper crops. The "farm" is located ...

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 August 1915

The Caldwell Watchman I,0 1, 9 1'Ill'1 Bl .t , I,401 ISI:A1 1, 1'l" ll.11, .\I( I'T '0.i, I; 11 FIERCE STORM TAKES HEAVY TOLL IN TEXAS PROPERTY LOSS RUNS INTO THE MILLIONS-DEATH LIST GROW ING-GALVESTON BEARS THE BRUNT-SEA WALL SAVES CITY COTTON GROWERS SUFFER AN ENORMOUS CROP LOSS Estimated That 25 Per Cent of the .i( Crops of Central Texas Destroyed- st Many Place Loss at "Millions of ri Dollars"-Oil Fields Suftered. Galveston, Texas.-Stormswept an'l B)attered, with a loss of only 8 lives, (;Galveston emerged from one of the most severe storms known in the liih tory of the Gulf of Mexico. l!owever, about 500 houses have been crushed .and the island is covered with debris. The 14 lost their lives in an at tempt to reach the Trement Hotel during the height of the storm. Sev eral thousand persons were quar-. v tored in that hotel. Im One thousand feet of the sea wall w has been wa'hed out. It The fire loss has been great. ni Three bath houses and 400 resi- st fences on the bay front w...

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 August 1915

WITH THE GERMANS IN RUSSIAN POLAND k " V , A '2 . . :., : ...... .. , ... -- .... . .., .-. - `,. ý. . . . ." light bs o ,his kind a o ta o ,44';'·,~z4· gD r' 4r 44.4·' 4 _ r! -' 7P- *-I J ri~ A village in Poland just behind the firing Ihi1e transformcd into a temporary base for the German forces. A light base of this kind can be moved at an hour's notice. WOUNDED ITALIANS ARRIVING AT ROME Wounded Italian soldiers taken to Rome and being wheeled by Red Cross nurses in covered litters that protect them from the sun. - --------Mn~M~rCCH~~CH~r- --------,-, CREW OF A DARING SUBMARINE .. . . . . ..! Crew of the British submarine E-11 which penetrated the Sea ot Marmora and sunk a number of Turkish transports and other vessels. In her periscope tube, at upper right, is seen a shell hole. INTERCESSION DAY IN LONDON . ..... .. .. .. Remarkable scene in front of St. Paul's cathedral, London, while the bishop of London, wac conducting Intercession day services from the steps of the cathedral....

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 August 1915

oCZA'3 35Y The Nylstery of a Silknt love • -Chqava r WLLMIl L (Q KIX AUTHOR o."TE CLOED DOOK," ETC- , ILLUSTPATIONS S6y C-1)"-IZHDI~s ý"OJ YR IGW7 B Y Tr J .«A.r 3r 7 Parr Jq O I W 'V SYNOPSIS. -5- The yacht Lola narrowly escapes wrrck :-n Leghorn harbor. Gordon (re.cg, ,' um tenens for the British consul, is calkd I Upon by Ilornbh, the Iola's owner, andf dines aboard with him and his friend, Hylton Chater. Aboard the yacht he ac cidentally sees a room full of arms and ammunltion and a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the consul's saft :s robbed and the Lola puts suddenly to sea. The police find that HIornby is a fraud and the IAola's name a false one. Gregg visits Capt. Jack Durnford of the marines aboard his vessel, and is sur prised to learn that Durnford knows, but will not reveal, the mystery of the iola. "It concerns a woman." In ,Lon don Gregg is trapped nearly to his death t by a former servant, Olinto, who repents in time to save him, but not to give a rea son ...

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 August 1915

THE CALDWELL AT'IMAN Published Every Friday Entered at thEpoPst ,1',.r ; )ItIN lmbnia, La., as w o (d-class º I ar H. A. TI..' iNEI, Edit,,r Subscript'ti!--1 . :,:'' in a(hanc". Official ((vga ,'(''all'. Pi' il S, 'hi ll Boa l anI, Town ' (, ulmbhia. .Official Journal of Ca!dwell Parish. Funny Brand cf Manhood ILakc i' < " . : cu'nlle-SS, takli ('.-, i; ,w,' :'.:". : ; i;: t t, ask i iou! a. .I.,l lt':. eij t the proi o:' l'I.,1! ' ;111,! .1 cD)i \eil- . tion. !' t," ~:.. l I,.press had read o; i i. ' trial com stitu ti.l,,:. . .ý'i. , t1, i ,1 ' ll. it w ull lay,. t ) P ii t I to 1;U , US Ia 1', !!;' t l' ini a li,)re `" " i a ter of The \Vatchrllin knows that from i the !, \ ' . . this caw,. ~·t~nil~ll '. ,.;.,;.tit I1~:'ti,r, all-l i venti,,, . "' ha'' opposed it, not i ..:.; , ;, re satisfied with th .- i, t '- :; o a):' flic d(ocu- I ment. for . .:.iways char acterizd i: a- ; : ticat make- \i shift, but iiih t ,, p,,)ose anoth t er experi :c': ' (oi' this sort at v this...

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