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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 26 May 1911

Under the Rose  Boo- THE SOCIETY OF' BUCCANEER Ilnestigator Extraordina y FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. . Chapman) uOnwIn a ._ MONG the earlier cases which came to Finney Valentine aft er establishing his own private agency was one that appear. ed in his files under the dual initials "R. C." Back of this cabal istic designation the preliminary f a c t s were these: For perhaps a year and a half one of New York's many smart sets-since the days of Ward McAllis ter the four hundred has grown to con siderably more than four thousand had been mystified and annoyed by a series of totally inexplicable robberies, evidently perpetrated by some person or persons who either had the entree or who knew perfectly the habits of those forming the coterie in question. The trouble began with a notable jewel robbery at Mrs. Alger's cotillon and dan(e, the thief getting away with a hundred thousand dollars' worth of gems. Next, while Mrs. Kendig's din ner guests were at table "some one" looted the...

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. — 26 May 1911

1iE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Pulished Every Friday ,ntrd ,t,1 t ,', t4 e a Coltml, ,'n 1""÷., . as c*c,\'iailrsseni,., . matter. , t uls;utriptiot -i pv'r year in advAc i I.,lumlbia, .14, May 26, 191"1. ;School ,3oard Minutj. t'olBdabia, La., May ~ A,11 . ~1 Pursuaint to a resolution pased on the 3rd fday of April 1911, and in con-I 'lurmity to notice given by proclamation v of the prs.ide.nt of this board, duly published, the parish boardof school d.r..ctorts of the" parish of Caldwell, a 'I.." uisiaa, met jil special sessiori for b ti.c purpose o o opepig the ballot boxes. f ,* uasining and cpunting the ballots; in 'I,humoert and airount, exaimiinmg and ,c.~avassing the returns and declarin g 't;.. rtesnlts of the special elections held d in bchool District 'Nos. 1, 2; 4, 6, 8, 91 and 10 of the'flarish of Caldwell, Louis iaoa, on the 16th day of May, 1911, in a cualormity' to a resolution of this board e passed on the 3rd day of April, 1911. l'resent--Hon. G. T. McSween, presi- t dint;...

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 June 1911

-.f ,i a ppe lIA /1 I . TIES WANTED! SIZES 6x88ft. 7x8-8 ft. G6in. 7x9-8 ft 6 in KINDS CLASS A-Wlhite Oak, Post Oak, Overcup Oak. CLASS B--Ed Oak, Pin Oak, Willow Oak, Swamp Hickory, Hackberry, Ash and Elm. SPECIFICATIONS Any of the aLove ties tan be hcwn or sawed. Pole ties of the zhove sizes must be free of bark. We will pay cahl on inspectlon fir tie's made accordingr t., specitications~and directions delivered on bank of Blacic;. Ouachita, little and Tensas rivers Ot demuignated laj'dih: . For further and full particulars those wishinlg to Lý . tkIs for us will atiddress, D. K. JEFFRIS & CO,, Jonesvie, La. wry ...wry .......- l'_.'ý.'~~'~~~ rr-I NEW STOCK Coffins, Caskets and Butial Robes-hrge stock to select from. Services day or nigh't. Prices the lowest ever known I on this class of goods. Columbia Hardware & Furniture Co. CALDWELL WATCHMAN1 Mrs. T. J. Waggoner has as her guest Miss Luda Reynolds, of Arcadia. 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case'of Chills and Fever. ...

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 June 1911

Farmers' Educational P Farmers' and Co-Operative Union of America T Sgi b; al Matters r Especial Moment to the Progressive Apricultrist p fa Religion is our attempt to discover tb the meaning of life. sc We never think of the value of the gift if we love the given r.( A soft snap Is frequently more of a 8) glue pot than an elevator. a A good feeder is known by the con- tl diLtion of the stock he keeps. Wastes are the parents of want, cc therefore save the roughage. 81 It begins to look as though the U] "square deal" is getting rounded off at the corners. V4 Plain living and high thinking is all right if the plain and high are not th too far apart. In Faith plans for a busy day tomor- al row; work gets up and does the chores before breakfast.V Queer but true, what you consider tvi your neighbor's weakness be thinks tL is his strongest point. Faith is the farmer's sheet anchor, without which he would not now be fail plowing for the next year's crop. be Modesty is a virtue, but too muc...

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 June 1911

Under the Rose assoaQg fraom the Case-Book of Inspector Overthe 'Phone FINNEy VALENTINE, Investigator E&traordinary By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyrighb by W. G. Chapman) %pvlr-guI DJU am about to kill myself You will And my body in room eight-forty-six, Del mont hotel-If you listen you'll hear the shot Good-by!" This was the, fateful message that went buz sing over the telephone wires late on a foggy, drizzly night in April. The intending suicide bad called up police headquar ters-this was in the old Mulberry Street days-and the lieutenant at that end of the circuit; after waiting a few seconds, distinctly heard the sharp ringing report of a firearm, proving that the unknown speaker had kept his word and must have pur posely left the receiver off the hook. Then silence! Instead of calling up the office of the Hotel Delmont-one of the newer twenty-story hostelries near the Grand Central depot, Finney Valentine leap ed into his official motor and dashed of uptown, hoping to be first on...

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 June 1911

THE CALDWELL WATCHMANl s Published Every Friday S. '. WALk(Fit, LhFnTORr P3 Entered at the prijtofice s,: .Co!unbia,. Lat., as secoud-cia s mail nuht cr. Subscription -$1 p r year in advance Columbia, la., June 2, 1911. Thornhill-'Martin. Arthur. . Thornhill, manager of the Fuller plantation at Ster Srington, La., was once an em ployee of the postoffice at this place, and (huring his stay here a :oeautiful vision passed before him, enshrining within herself all that he deemed most loyely and beautiful in woman, and stamped the witchery of live's spell upon his heart as sweet as ti the minstrelcy of. the birds; but Si when the management of the , *postoffice passed into the handst of Mr. Blanks, young Thornhill quietly took his way into another a Awection of the country, fully re- :soived to prove himself wholly, worthy of the object of his af- 3. fection, and to acquire a position !, that would justify him in asking '1 her to share his home and fortu;.e. 9E SAfter three years of hon...

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. — 9 June 1911

i·. I / 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, Willow Oak, Swamp Hickory, Hfackberry, 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 eash 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. 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. Columbia Hardware & Furniture Co. CALDWELLWATCHMAN Attorney E. T. Lamkin of I Monroe, was a visitor Tuesday. t It is worse than useless to take any medicines internally for muscular~or chronic rheumatism. All that is needed is a free ap- t ...

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. — 9 June 1911

Farmers' Educational Sand Co-Operative Union of America Maters Especial Mometto the Prgreeive Agrcultrist He who fears criticism usually de serves it. A setting hen is in no fear of the Toasting pan. The two-faced individual Is apt to get it in the neck. Plain common sense is an excellent substitute for brilliance. New blood doesn't do as much for a town as new money. It takes a good deal of a man to be a bread-winner these days. Those who have competition don't consider it the life of trade. More people lay up on a rainy day than lay up for .a rainy day. A good deal of our so-called prog Tess is of the circular variety. The surest way to get rich quick Is to learn to labor and to wait. A city-bred education inevitably be comes a city-feeding education. What the farmer wants now is hon est hearts and willing farm hands. Faith without knowledge is like a pair of suspenders without buttons. He who most prodfitably employs his time has the most time to spare. Eat, drink and be merry fo...

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. — 9 June 1911

_m Imm mi Under the Rose Passages from the cue-~Book of Inspector PINNEY THE FIREFLY VALENTINE, __ Investigator Etraordinary By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. 0. Chapman) (Coppright by W. O ATE in the forenoon of a in dark and lowering No- pi vember day a dilapidated fol express wagon of the an "tree lance" variety, lad- on en with a single large sil trunk, nearly new, stop- th ped in front of old Police Headquarters at 300 Mul- su berry street in Manhat- re tan. The driver hopped at. off his perch in a hurry, Bi went inside, and inquired at for the detective bureau. de The fellow displayed so much agita- Ti tion that the lieutenant in the front gi office sent him right up to the quar- sk ters of Inspector Finney Valentine, gc where he told the following strange dE story in choice Fourth ward speech: he "Me name's Barney Fogle. I was it on me stand corner o' Lexington and sat T'lrd arenyer w'en a guy-a dago, I sc guess he was-comes up t' me an' le spiels whether I c'n move a trun...

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. — 9 June 1911

TilE CALDWELL WATCIIMk s Published Every Friday S. 1. WALKU ER, ELv'nro Entered at t :e po flice at ('olumtb i, 1.i., a.. eco1nd.'lass mail matter. ubseriptiou -$1 per year in advanct Cotulumbia, La., June 9. 1911. ____________ -- - I~ I - ~ -- - "'- SII !Voodmein of the World Unveil Monumnnts. Magrtlia Camp No. 66, Wood men of'the World; held their an nual decorationl dlay services last Sunday. Besides the usual dcc oration ceremnony they also un i'ulded the monumenets erected i' the memory of Sovereigns N. M. Davis, Jr., and P. A. Lang low. Zion. O. C. Dawkins of Monroe, delivered a spletdid ad dress on Woodcraft, after which S the Sovereigns and visitors re-T paired to the court house grounds and partook of a splendid dinner sl prepared by the citizens of Columbia and vicinity.. A vote of thanks was tendered the camps of Clarks and Grayson 'J for their assistance, and also to Sovereigns Godfrey, Rogillio and T Waggoner for the full supply of barbecued meats so generously furnishe...

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 June 1911

1/ It TIES WANTED! SIZEkS Sx8-8 ft. 7x8-8 ft. in. 7x9-Pft6i i KINDS CLASS 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 bewn or sawed. Pole ties of the above sizes must be free of bark. We will pay eash on inspection for ties made according to specificeations and directions delivered on bank of Black, Ousehita, Little and.Tensas rivers at designated landings. For further aid full particulars those wishing to get out tiefr us will ss, JiEFFRIS & CO., Jonesville, La. NEW STOCK Coffins, Caskets and Burial Rpbes4arge stock to select *from, Services day or night. Prices the lowest ever known on this class of goods, Columbia Hardware & Furniture Co. OiALDWELL WATCHMAN C ____ _ -- of I ,Col. N.L. Hower returned from feri )jonroe Monday, where he had por jeen on business. tak nie C. C. Bridger, Jr., has gone to to I Hammond. La., which place he ed will reside in the future....

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 June 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Mattersr EspecialMomentto the Progressive Agriculturist If the elevator to success is stopped -try the stairs. Nobody without some pepper in him is worth his salt. Don't call on your neighbor just to borrow something. The doors of opportunity are marked "Push" and "Pull." It is well to look on the bright side, but it is better to look on both sides. Hoping for the best doesn't pay debts that a man has foolishly as sumed. Tell your wife how well her cooking tastes and what good butter she makes. He mortagaged his farm to set his son up in business In the city; the son failed, and now the sheriff has the farm. A little milk in the can makes a great noise sloshing around and the less a man knows the more noise he makes. The wheels of Progress must be greased with the hand-oil of Common Sense in order to make the age move forward. The man who contents himself with saying, "I'm not as bad off as my neighbor" will never amount to a hi...

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 June 1911

*I - Under the Rose Passages from thel Case-BooCAT' EYE of Inspector EY VALENTINE, Investigator Extraordinary By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright W. 0. Chapman) O you think that dime " novel fiction is un healthy for the juvenile mind," queried Finney Valentine. "You are right, of course; scarce ly a week passes that we do not read in the papers of some young ster, or youngsters, who fall into the hands of the law while en deavoring to duplicate the feats of a handit hero, as portrayed by the blood-and-thunder writers. But you might go a step further, and assert that there are adults who are prone to fall under the same influence, and not be making an error." "Why?" asked the listener, scent log a possible story. "Because the readers of that class of fiction are not by any means con fined to the rising generation," replied the ex-inspector. "You may think it odd, but I am personally acquainted with a prominent member of the New York bar who seeks relaxation from his legal problems by dev...

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 June 1911

stRE~CALDWEllWATCHiMAl Published Every Frday S s. P. WALKE R, E i t Entered Ki' lip stofe iatColumbia, YL:., as d-etias mail matter. Subscripion-$1 per year in advancet Columbia,' La., June 16, 1911. 1 A Democratic Good Govern- i ment Led ue will be organized i 'Jere Saturday, June 17. Let all t who are'in favor of good govern ment attend, and hear Louis iana'sfinest orators'who will ad- it dress the people on that day. I Girls' Domestic Science Club. 'there are seventy-seven girls 1 rnrolled as members of the Girls' 'Diomnestic Science Club of Cald- I well parish. The object of the f club is to get girls minterested -in I the science of cooking and house hold work. It is as important i that girls should know how to i make corn-bread as it is for boys 1 to know how to raise corn. The ( prizes offered to members of this club are: 1 First prizes, $5.00 each; second i prizes, $1,00 each. First 4nd I second prizes are offereid for the following: Best plainlayer cake, best loaf of: light...

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