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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 17 September 1915

'The Caldwell Watchman 1 . (' )I ., 311 1.\ I ) 1'SIN -, lF il).\Y. SI. l'l .l i;rll ii , 11 3 N1.5 GRAVE SITU TIO. SAYS PRESIDENT DECLINES INVITATION TO MAKE ADDRESS AT MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD. PRAY THAT SKIES MAY CLEAR Chief Executive Says His Thoughts Are Mortgaged Beyond Recall For the Present-Has Forfeited His Liberty. Washington. - President Wilson expressed his view of the gravity of the international situation which con fronts the United States to a delegs~ tion of Virginians, who asked him to visit the Manassas battlefield late this month. "We are all hoping and praying that the skies may clear," said the presi dent, "but we have no control of that on this side of the water, and it is Impossible to predict any part of the course of affairs." The president was reminded that some time ago he had promised to go to Manassas to dedicate a tablet. "When I made that promise," the ei president told the delegation, "things n, were just beginning and a great many of things have happened...

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. — 17 September 1915

FRENCH SPORTSMEN AS WAR AVIATORS / :/ ' . -.. . ' / ir' -; '. ..i'fi 1.` .- ... . -. .n " f 4 a:' h: .. ... 6  .... ýl~.,'1 ,: t ýk" f -. ., . . . in r, -.:ý, ,!?...ii ..3"5 fNc` ' .2 ^'' , " S.ý."'r4 '+ , ý r '.f /+: '- -k. "- !.{;,' "% f."../...y/ý "t_':,.~ ý . Af ., .. " fr;.  .,. . . . l, . . n, " . .C.{.. yvy iý '· ,:H ~~~~ :"* _Ljj ,k., -- .. ' ~~ 'r *m b This j1, .4 ah,, .r a' ,," 1,;." ill I 1"[}1,'"1 l'b n l'alls slasv nujber of ,elebrities in the Frr 1h "[ort.i J Ing world 11.,, :1 , , V, llir (1. y 11U} a rriv aT h'Ph. second man from the left is Georges ('arpl,'p i;er, the a l,,' ,s a. *', i ^ rd i.' is ,.ýu,,, , Iral., i ch pol o .yclist, who had brought down a German aviator just befozre Ih, ph't ir, wa.,i rtll . '. MVOHAMMiEDAN TROOPS AT PRAYER IN ENGLAND • : ... :," j r r ý :ý ~~ ILBIR·PB ~ ~ L X , - $ , . ." ..··S 'J I~ ' - 1 ~ ~ r~ - I I· ~ : "~,r . w. : .. . . . K j .w' .:. .^S,... ry»:nr:.'v rJ ...W ' :'wr", A picturesque scene which was witn...

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. — 17 September 1915

The Mystery of a 5ilent Love f Chvalir RLIMI I QI(hUX AUTHOR ofr"Tmr CLOJED DoOK," ITC" ILLUSTRATIONS 4 C.D*R.ITODE5S 9C'foHMr Y 17E .IAR SIT PEAU,/twLt eo SYNOPSIS. --8-. Gorden Gregg Is called upon in Leg horh 1y Hornby, the yacht Lola's Owner, sad dining aboard with him and his frien4d Hylton Chater, accidentally ses. A to'h' photograph of a young girl. That iGdht the consul's safe is rubbed. Tihe hedce a find that Hornby is a fraudl nd the Lola's name a false one. Gregg vis fts Capt. Jack Durnford of the iairines aboard his vessel. I)urnford knows but will not reveal the mystery of the Lola. "It concerns a woman." In London Gregg Is trapped nearly to hIs death by a fOrmer servant, Olinto. Visiting in Dumlfres Gregg meets Muriel Leitheourt. Hornby appears and Murlel introduces him as Martin Woodroofe, her fathr's friend. Gregg finds that she is engaged to Woodroffe. Gregg sees a copy of the torn photograph on the Lola and finds that the young gIrl Is Muriel's frienl. Woodroffe ...

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. — 17 September 1915

THE CALhmL wI  Published Every 'ii: La., as so,,:d IH. A. Tif' N :, i it , Official Journal of Ca'",.el! Parish. M. L. Mecom Car!cdatez for Clerk of C,:,rn. In our ar ulIu, iun ., , Iii f'eu'i, , w ill h.' .,' iaunc't')ie')t } of Ai: . .. a cal, dicdate !,,' flee of a ., t I ) tict t Court. 'Ii ti the (tit,. :. . . Mecun, . votier; , ý , ' " I - trd.c. I I a m a; ti ail \v'1,,10' knowvs hi,:) of frien r- p, , hr at tie c a 2. Thi office is an , . ,, it is hard t;a , .: s I a et ter rec:or(ld th:i I' . .coi ha: made durini; .n tl it wi i soon el,,se. 1 .:.,iz,',d s i a man of st . ilii and has "nie rn i" ;, a repice sentative citizi ii :ai caipaci ties in which ihe ia. s? ved. His record as cie' . ni' coiurt is one of his main planks and willing to let 1to vtters of Cahi well parish tcii- this (us- t tion at the pils on e(ect,! .11 ; day. We submit his n:nae to the careful con:ideraiion of the eqa voters of Caldwell ;,ari:;h. chai chai B. H. Miller, Candidate for As sessor As previ...

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. — 17 September 1915

PERSONAL AND OTiiiWISE J The police jury proceedings will be found in this weeks issue of Thi Watchman. N. L. Hower, cashier of the Gzayson Bank, of Gravson, was a business visitor to the parish capital Monday. From all over the parish comes encouraging words about the Parish Fair that will be held in Grayson next month. Miss An i. Cloyd of Grayson has returned home after several days pleasantly spent in Colum bia at the home of Mrs. C. A. Traylor. N. L. Howell of Monroe was in town Saturday and paid our office a visit. Hie added his name to our list of readers for which he has our thanks. Bowen Eubanks, candidate for Clerk of Court, and W. B. Perkins, candidate for Assessor, were in town last Saturday ming li:g with their friends in Colum bia. Misses Marguritte Traylor, Edna Fant, Bessie Davis and Lucile Meredith left Monday morning for Natchitoches where they will attend the State Nor mal this term. The revival meeting that had been going on at the Baptist church all of last week...

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. — 17 September 1915

FOlK We Touch l Pas 5 iQ 74 Ju1ia ChandlerJ y ( D P MCCLURE NEWSPAPER S3YDICATE: THE PRICE When The Wii, foound out about The Other \Womani, "the Marn rirade, I;) rit tempt at denlial "Love," hi- told her, "dos not ( (nt1, at our vr;lr , I (.amu.' hie0 l it. I did not s,-,.k this t lhiig t:hat l.as comel to nme and I cart:lnt lay it aside.' W hereuion ''l" , W\\i i -,' ,i.d t;e, misery of h-r -'art; inad'" an ,ft rt to reviv, the af,.-int wjbi h .i se was sure had hrenii h, rs in atn ,1'ar:,r y 'ar, and at last, sr:,iing that hir ait:; 'at ;as in vain, sih,' spok,- 4if h,otn r. "Honor'" ''xclhairined ThIe, Mtl in a wondering torte. "1 do not know whor:' honor should begin or Iave off. ny r dear. You sec,. ur rnarriag'  as all a mistake. From tia.' ,.,ates in (chli(d hood we drifted irltt c',nlradlethipr ini youth, and fitnaliy w(.nt on, just drift ing pleasantly along to the altar. All of which might have 'wenl well tenlough d had I never awakene.,. Blut I hayve \' awakened. I ...

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. — 17 September 1915

RAIN OR SHINE Is all the same to Overalls,Shirtsor Jumpers Made of STIFEL'S INDIGO CLOTH Standard Jor Over 75 Years OVERALLS are cooler, more service able and economical the year 'round for farm work than pants. When buying, remember, it is the CLOTH in the overalls that gives the wear. .STIFEL'S INDIGO CLOTH has had over 75 years' test. It is fadeless and wears like leather. Every washing makes it like new. INSIST upon STIFEL'S INDIGO. Look for this mark on the back of the goods, inside the garment before you buy. It is put there for YOUR protection. Cloth Manufactured by J. L. STIFEL & SONS; Indigo Dyers and Printers WHEELING, W. VA. 1 NEW YORK - . 263-262 Church Street CHICAGO - - 223 W. Jackson Boulevard SAN FRANCISCO - Postal Telegraph Building TORONTO * * 14 Manchester Building Tune Aids Mastication. Mr. Beecham has declared music at e meals a nuisance Such was not the opinion of Michael Mail in "Under the r Greenwood Tree." "Truly now," he li said, "there is a friendly ti...

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. — 17 September 1915

row . r Br ".4: i !X!" tl 4y fin. Y ý` S::.~m~~ Policeman Binks of Chicago Makes First Arrest' HICAGO.-Policeman Pinks was patrolling his beat in the vicinity of utes 5500 Lake Park avenue. Policemnan Binks has a record for sobriety, for at office immaculateness of attire and for keeping his heat clear of offenses. Only offie recently lie was presented by George but H Braham with a brand new uniform, Than *I NE cap, two silver bars to indicate the work P ý/ leng*h of his service, and a baton. or iICWt' While it is quite contrary to po- thing lice regulations for a patrolman to do m accept gifts, this instance was over- whe lookedl at headquarters because of hs s the distinction Policeman Binks had batn achieved in his locality. mvecli Pinks was spying into a vacant tie lot when he observed the recumbent Next form of John Laverty of 4470 Dorches- T ter avenue. Binks, having a youthful and keen olfactory sense, had no need o'Aloe to come within a hundred yards of Laverty to determine ...

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. — 24 September 1915

I 'he Caidweli VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY,..j""[, 24 t915 Pa is aSAimi m9., .L__ º 8 a n n waasirw wre rn n... w n rne news wise IIEil Didalrr:y \re Parish Sunday School Asso ciation The Parish Sunday School As sociation, which is to hold its an. nual convention in Clarks. La., on October 16 and 17 is an interdenominational organiza tion as all Christian churches for an aggressive, cooperative. interdenorminational activetv by which, without discussion 01o doctrine or policy, the Sunday School as the Bible Sturldying and teaching service of the church is cr)ns.dercd: 1. For the plurpose of incret's ing the interest and eflicicnlcv in Bible Study. 2. Of perfecting Sun da School literature and(l euip lmenIit. O. 0f securin' the b'est met hoids of Su¾nday Sch;ol nmanae I1. ) more closely linking the hoice wit h the church. Of. )increasing the attend- tl ance upon church services. G. Of extending the benefits of the Sunday School to every man, woman and child. ;. Of securing th...

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. — 24 September 1915

TIlE U-1 '1 W ATHMAl Pub:: :.ed ivery Friday En:1tr"' at Ow t(,i( W umbia, La., as seciin r-tl s, mail matter. H. C. BAKER. Editor SubscririCK ?. 1,1,ear ,., a.l: O'ficial Journai of C.ldwr ; ris. Announcement. tith t i . t well 2.':t'bn t- I unt ager of this * 4urit. In .4 '4:~l from The \icho an ti i ' au. is 114) :-' t all t . Ilip , *t' i t. t' ..'l he c. ; ta ib' I. I1 .i. 4 I i j. 11 w ith ll' . : (!'.ell i ..(' do so ' I e l' t. :. y heir hasi . -il(U. i 11 ness (oi c·tim . ( :Id . S.i. Walker, ?.o ,i 'U' (! the lant, ia. . n 42 4. It tIr i'ugn JUtl i1t( t( c i 1te1ll in I thl: t we ,4ve Letu, aSsociatedt '.i th him. X(l: .is \ny truly, IL 11. . uri'iier. Announcemnent. T0 the )et .l;(' l ' i 'arish: VVt u it lini I'S't Hi toh Watch 1an I 1' 1 1 H..' I 'll It toie i.o tied in 'aidw iir l the udoe"s 'e to I' th It i ~viil4i1 au ,I III *l e. eidtiC paperth, i.; ii bj abi Riaie9 in Q 'I ale i 4' t ;is' l ; fh mIny a e afte i t h1 news iapel i·:::i \il au uai sfle value to n Hie ...

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. — 24 September 1915

+a9satrslst+++toaaeý,tý. :r twrsipd(l j PERSON*AL AND 6; * v WiSE j 11v. I. A. Patton left Monday for Rustwn where he goes to hoW!i a protracted mee ting. I:. L. Harris of MNrnroe the pian,; mn called on us MonWdy. L. Whi f e was here this week after mill work for his residence in Ward 1!. II. B. Adams a proinit. ent oil man of Texas has purchased the farm olf N. B. Rogers in "Ward 9,and Cont actor Oscar Rentz of Gray-on is erectinrg an elegant dwelling Uipon it. less irs; Tonimmie Biggs an o Johnnie Robinson of (Grayson w<:s in town nlond(lay. W. I. Perkens of Clarks candicate for assessor called oni us Monday. ulhorn to MIr. and Mrs. I. D. M(:rc;ith of Grayson, Sept. 19th a girl. C. I. Benson of Glen Ella was in Ucnurn bia TPhursda and while he, c ca.led at this office a.ru puThed his subscription upi a fbi c" I. !Iss Elizabeth Daniel late (f Couillia but now of Grayson w s among Columbia's vis irs e inl sdayv. .i. E. McClanahan of Riverton reiu ned the first of the week from S...

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. — 24 September 1915

..q Y- 17 ,i '1 ti fi r : t i'· ,: 1 ip, ___ IV1 a.Q h<h & :)w..c v 1ý ' ..J\ 1ý ý ' r o ,' n ' and satisfac a ' Ib . for i . re enthusi S:\\II !'cause we know Y...... .o . .. ;s we do when G1 P (. weoo earing, good ci 1.:.. . t. hii: but good leather j*e m h.,* cp: n dence because they are .i !T R iRAND' acts the a . .. ..... ... tuday. T. L. Sor rells l iarks, La. * O .ON EVERY HEEL , GAYSON, LOUISIANA Dependable Marchandise of Standard Quality nd at P'Azes Which are as iow as is onsiten 'with that Quality .Xie Customer of Warner Brofhers is assured of value re ~ eived, courteous treatment, and the season's to NEWEST GREETINGS Warner Rrothers Ca dwell Bank COLUMBIA, LA. CAPITAL-------------$15,000.00 Surplus ..... . 20,000.00 Uudivided Profits--- --------------. 2,000.00 We Pay 4 per cent on time deposits compounded semi-annually. Accounts apprecatel whether large or small. We wish to call your attention to the la'ge surplus and undivided profits of this U3qk, w'ich suaran ...

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. — 8 October 1915

·0- e Hr S . 13 4 PLNT OF FU 0T 0RSN LOIIN CM.P COR EXIISB TH S A s irit frvlyta a rw iii 6 6 6 66 stt and a *ag ito peim f ConCus ths year. Thr are abu 1,0 me br o o c . i t t at la o will be rh thei exibt to th far th a d. c 6t w l od t 5 5 wh wll alofrihcaaou n rmu s . A ing conest . The ma aloeno VER RESOALE ThtteLu* tn tt ai sntt 6odctda a moe-maigIsiu Lion66 *u sagete uainlfcoe Is evd ce bytegeeosacino the maaemn 66fxigth6rie of ad .so atamnmm Ti lni was a pe6 oa ogv smn pepl s osilea oprtniytof ti I,. 0L~ to wor a0m l e rt r e rh m n t o s e a ob r u d$ o$ 0p rt n 0l 0"' .0 :o 0 : *~r~l ~ c~'lllCI~T SddL I g. . .. bee abl to n on h i I0 0OP N deirs -o dra yoratn chnel.TH LEADRA0Tiio irtsttd oth as;iti stsfe wt tion to the fact that it has changed eed. h ha dneitnefo yu osibe o pockes. t $26 yournearst Ol Mil assred ou al th Sofa, rce h ver ng d f wev n adt e em riytosa $5 C ttn ti e he er o ly w rt $ 8 - ey wil el outh tth y re lsi g on y seed ma be worh $30 ee long is heSOPt...

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. — 8 October 1915

SWELL WATCHMAN S&i shed Every Friday th.. postofliceatColumbia, *,., a. ,cond-class mail matter. H. C. BAKER, Editor Subscription-$1 per year in advance' Offik ial Organ of Caldwell Parish Schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. Opening A Political Grave. Under the caption, "Dead Too Long", the esteemed Caucasian of this city discusses the call is sued by the so-called "execu tive committee" of the Good Gov ern men League for its followers to ,",t t:, tether and decide the .l', ,t'of entering the pend ii':: ::,ign with a ticket and (,p: : .., 'i l, atform . Siouul t it had expired,'' c". , :aucasian, "killed bur le ,newati the rubbish of un fiil,, ii,: and the wreckage o 1,1. cT ,idence of its hopeful ani "l ,ilusiiastic adherents of thr-V, .,ears ago. S'' ifalUilIe it will require a lot ,'f nursing and coddling to revi , it into activety again. Wo,:: r how many in this region can I.: mustered and re-enlist ed?" Not a thrust amiss in all that 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. — 8 October 1915

SPERSONAL AND Th. i WISE I J. W. Coats of Newport was a pleasant visitor to our office Thursday. ,TJoe Wright Swift has been whistling "Star Stpangle Ban ner" lately -we suppose he heard it at the entertainment Wednesday unight. The Watchman force as well as others is expectiin a grand time at the fair. Caldwell Free Fair, (;r,:yson, Oct. 13--15. Maurice Cloyd of (;rayson was in town to day in his "pa's"'' Ford car. After a refreshing showerI first of the week we have been having pleasant weather for work as well as for sleeping. Send for fair catalogue. Kari Treen, Secy., Grayson, La. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and Cicll Ledbetter left ° Saturday morning for points in Alabama, making the trip in one of his Ford's. Mrs. Ouida Knox who has been the guest of her parents, Mhr. and Mrs. J. J. Meredith, for sev eral days returned to her home in Baton Rouge, Saturday. J. B. Dawkins of Monroe here Saturday on business. Make an Exhibit. $800 in prem iums offered. Julius Kaliski of Monroe spent ...

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. — 8 October 1915

Shoes Made for Service For men--for women--for boys and girls CUR FAMILY SHOES J. No better, all-'round serviceable and satisfac tory shoes can be bought for the money. We're enthusi ,stic about the "OUR FAMILY " Line because we know ::..hat val.c they represent. You will feel as we do when ycu sce and test them. TJ They've won their place on merit. Good-wearing, good. looking, good-fitting shoes made of nothing but good leather in specialty factories. C Worthy of your complete confidence because they are "STAR .RAND" SHOES-and "STAR BRAND" sets the stand0rd in good shoemaking today. Wake up , . The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Busince, For-men--- fr-oen-fo-by-adgil Ring up on the Bell.Soe YouN may talk about dull times 'till you lose your breath bu t fwo't help mattersy save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list of prospects, there is no quicker wayG - none that saves more time or expense. Call the Business office for r...

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. — 15 October 1915

CP uuMtB The Caidwell VOL 29 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY OCT. 15-- -- 1915 SCHOOL BOARD 1 PROCEEDINGS Columbia,Caldwell Parish, La. Oct. 5, 19151 The Board of School Directors of Caldwell Parish met this day, 1 with the following members E present, constituting a quorum: F L Cottingham, A D Grant, J I A Meredith, H W Furlow, W E c Newall, G W Wall, W L White r and D H Curry. c The minutes of the last meet- a ing were read and adopted. It was moved and seconded c that the President be authorized c to borrow money money from the e Caldwell Bank to pay for the t running of the schools during L the fall, from time to time, as t required. Motion carried. It was moved and seconded f that the Superintendent be au- n thorized to contract with teach- k ers at the salary agreed upon by a the Supt. and local Board of Di- fl rectors before the resolution v was passed by this Board fixing c the salaries of teachers, this be- o ing fixed for the present school year only. Carried. n It was moved a...

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. — 15 October 1915

.., iL; L WATuI SAN :,-.sh, Evzry Friday a it the postoflice at C(olumbia, Ia.. as us*,cond-class mail ;atter. 11. C. BAKER, Editor Suhscription $1 per year in advance (),fli iail ( )rgan of Caldwell Parish Schooll ioard alnd Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. ''hat man may last, but never lives, Who mu1ch r.c.ives, but notling, ive, ~\ hotui none can love, whom none can ('r,.atin,''s :w,,, Creation's blh'k. ()n our fro:nt page will L, :'otau a sh:ort article entitlec "Kn(w Thv. ro('n!t:ry". In con ,:"w ......:nt to say that you ill ,' ht1: .' tl +o a m ile from ihi:: . eC Nature'-: beauties c 1!. lare with the gorges, ,ai' n-,. ;,lhits and vallies of i, (), , New Mexico. We :i ':'" .years in these states :. 1 ;sc((ner there was not ;',r Il:ý1ti,' than what we :;,. 1 uir .;!roll Sunday after ,; in complany with Messrs. ,!,ii Kle:ly and Harry Hunt. We wa:,ed from Biggs Point through the h11s ;,ndi hullows to a field of ,!rr. potaies, peanuts and watj,'lrlelons. ...

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. — 15 October 1915

PERSONAL AND OTHikWISE Douglass McSween of Sandy Bayou attended to business here Tuesday. Warren Martin who has been very ill with slow fever is up again. Friends of W. P. Welch will be -la' to k low that he is out again. M'iss Anna Bell Swift who is teaching music at Manguam vis ited he mother here Sunday. W. E. Hunter of Cotton Plant called in at our office Saturday. The wolves are annoying the people around Banks Springs. The friends of Mrs. A. DeBen will be sorry to learn that she is very ill. C. A. Hebert of Beouff River was here Saturday buying goods. Mrs. J. F. McDonald of La Fouch arrived home Saturday af ter several days visit to Olla. J. N. Laird of Kelly sold cot ton here Saturday. We have been fortunate in getting a correspondent at the locks and will give the people the news from that important place each week. W. L. Mayes of Ward 10 was here Saturday and reports hav ing ginned 240 bales of cotton up to the 8th. While working on the pile driver at Lock 3 Howard Hen der...

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. — 15 October 1915

The Next Issue of The Bell Directory GOES TO PRESS SOON Every Bell subscriber, almost without exception, is able to buy the goods advertised in this directory. Reserve your space today. Ask the Manager for rates. Supplements Changes and your other corrections advertising in listings but does not should be conflict made at once with other . for the new mediums. book. 1~ . k~i)ýt ! I /. 3' ONIOE, I )ITISIANA "- OFFICERS F. P. Stubbs, Pres. C. E. Bynum, V-Pres. S. ,Travis Oliver, Cashier H. N. Thompson, Asst-Cashier : Depository For STATE OF LOUISIANA ASSETS ONE MILLION DOLLARS Aniý,:: 'es wrses, conservative management and courteous ' . a,,t alike to those of large and small means. 'b> ,(,Vstion is not whether you should have a bank account. t t ,i:., \' ,,u shoa,,l have it. Our large capital and surplus is u ".;r';:tlee and safeguard. n' i. your account an I have every faculty for efficient n,,ii,-f your business. BACK IN S1900 3 e'('ars a~o a little furniture store was open a...

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