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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 22 October 1915

V-- e Caldw- Il Mea VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, LOUSIA' ':,, FD. .44 -.-............. - -k POOR POLITICAL JUDGEMENT While a number of dissatisfied office holders in Louisiana are helping to boost John M. Park r as candidate for governor, they ought to remember that he is the same man who helped to give us the present reform administra tion which is rapidly drawing to a close. It was the Hon. John M who went to Monroe and discov ered the present incumbent for governor. Following the success of his candidate, he became an ardent admirer of Theodore Roosevelt, and he jumped the Democratic party for the second time in his career. While it is admitted by all who know Mr. Parker that he is a splendid citizen, big-hearted and honest in his intentions, no one is ready to concede that he has a monopoly on these fine qualities. And in spite of all the qualifica-. tions of Mr. Parker, his political record is not of the kind that will appeal to the electorate of Louisiana. Recently the New Or leans State...

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. — 22 October 1915

':isLhd Every Frriv : . .(-(a- l "s rmail m: -I f ,,':|lvl y- la ] f €' H. C. BAKEIR, E Sub .cri ption- ii1 per year i, Official Or-g; rj of aklwd;',ll i'ari i! c,, `" I)ari aind Town of Colurblui;. Official Journai of Ca!dwell Parish. lie either fears his fate too much. Or his deserts are small, Wh, fear, to Jrnt1 it to the ti, . To gailn r !,f ,, it all. Caldwell Parish Fair Ifur'raih for (Iira\yson! We are indeed glad :,, ax Wt' s i . t;':(.(':-n-. thisr is 'tutn l d f t C I .I - T e ac a"e' . e. i , h r h, o te )'1i ter ta im, i,:li " 11 hoilly ' evgribody seemed to eng them. th .fli H iI thoa , , t;'. f . , . l ,it. \V i l'ti tedt racei li~a.dr.ss o.( the im- , tertairimenls were e,)od andi evere tody seemed to einjoy - them. :1nd iiitel to te e se ae r futls re tvhe n Vouiiana. I. l. lbe ivins. Sti' bo=;: ind ) tir ,; t ' oo' ito ei cu itioi, l d!i vantR', Vas co de ive ed a v~i' hie address ohil thie ire 'r. T. Lc Guil' ,tau, who is in feled to the very radeliv aered vac...

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. — 22 October 1915

PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Duglas McSween was a ples- in ant visitor to our office Tuesday. tak Mrs. E. O. Martin who for the visi past several weeks has been vis- A. iting her parents Mr. and Mrs. 4 N. Meredith, left for her home is in Thornton, Ark. lasi Misses Maude and Meriel Bond [ were guests of Miss Nada Mere- He; dith last week. sch H. O. Hebert and wife of He- anc bert, was trading in town Wed- up nesday. 1\ The contractots are progress- anc ing nicely graveling the road wh near Bigg's Point. ver Mr. Maupin of the Locks mo- of tered to Columbia Tuesday. aui After being confined to his I bed for several days Warren vis Martin was able to be out Tues- I day. par T. E. Estes sold cotten here pa' Tuesday. hi` Bud Womack and I. I Estes ho brought cotton here Tuesday and ily ctrried freight back to Chester , for Charlie Hatten. G. W. Thompson, of Grayson he paid this office an appreciative pr call Tuesday. Notice his add in th this paper. ex C. P. Dunbar, of Oppolooses fa called on f...

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. — 22 October 1915

* S ~ n f ". I 'i't ... ,[ * -' ' *, - II ~- ·t· g 4. P - I' i-l "a, ¾e&L fl r 'r 14rE One Experience Convinced Me of its Value "One of our sales men demonstrated the value of the Long Dis tance Telephone to us. He was at Huntsville, Ala., and upbn his own responsibility put in Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a radius of several h,-ldrcd miles. "In less than one hour he had sold.2100 barrels of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. "Since then we have applied the Long Di)stance Bell Telephone to every feature of our buksiness with most profitable results. The service is fine, "the rates are reasonable and there is more.satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half a dozen letters". CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 'tDiNCORPORA1 ED.+ "THE SOUTH'S REATEST O COLLEGE. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be given the best training to pre. pare themt for succes s in business. SPersonal Instructicu, Free En~m !o mnent Department, Conpleto...

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. — 29 October 1915

The Caidwell v c aman: c VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTI. 29, 1915 NO.45 THE MODERN KITCHEN in The kitchen is coming into its tie, own! There was a day when hip women devoted too much time to Th< this rear room of their homes, ien when the great kitchens of the for colonists were veritalle hives of industry, where work vwas hard eat and never ceasing. 'Th \ women in, of the households, esp,ciall in cu the Northeastern part of Anim; - tiol ca, knew little else hllt "dir., ;it duty and death" as one disheart ma ened creature is said (to have ex- is t pressed the defination of life as era she knew it. the Maids were not plenti 'ul, awl an the kitchen work had to be )(er'- im; formed by women of retinement, to as well as by the wives of coars- urn er clay. Then later even the busy colonists took on a veneer of cu ture,and kitchen work was look- ;sh ed upon with less favor. Culture p!" increased with succeeding gener- ini ations and the talk of pots and h,, pans, of spinnin...

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. — 29 October 1915

THE CALDWELL W TCIHMA S.;i ,cd Every Friday .lt .. , : ,t Lhe postofilc ' att oluimbia, ,a.. ,.: ·;c.otj-class m ,aii matter. HI. C. BAKER, Editor Subscription-$1 per year in advance Oflicial Organ of Caldwell Parish SLchoil i Board and Town of Conlumbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. Place 25 boll weevils between two jagged edge rocks and grind them into a fine powder, will d, more good towards extinguish ing that fowl than all th, theor ies advanced by any bunch of soap box farmers or ready print country weeklies. t It is with pleasure that we a call the attention of our reader:, t) the( announ~cement of Sen. S. J. Harper. t .1r. Ilar'per is on, of those w\')1l rnai go"ood, and we feel a ,url' .lie will make Lioo again, .;.,;w i ib, . eji ct l 1. A:ad if he r i.s, h,,- w ii i'kee'. this de.,tric on the inalp. T. F. James In ii proper co;umn in thi. wee;i's ibsuo :ppear the formal anntouncemellt orf Mi', T. P. .James as a candidate to succeed himse!f as member of the Police...

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. — 29 October 1915

Social and Ot!erwise The work of gravelin the hill t' is progressing nicely Mr. Given the contractor is anxious to have v all the teams possible and is pay- g ing good wage to the teamsters. A Jno. McSween of ward 7 has purchased a nice ,Maxwell car buying same through T. L. Sor rel the Maxwell representative. e For hot meals at all hours stop d at The Star Resturant.S. Culpep per. it The many friends of E. E. v Tarver, formerly of Clarks will be plaased to learn that he has accepted a responsible position with the Gulf Lbr. Co. at Fulton a La. We wish him success in his new position.. if Only short order house in town-Star Resturant. S. Culpepper. f A. B. Gordy of Grayson has S accepted an office position in a R. P. Webb's saloon in Monroe. A Try a sack of White Dove Flour t4 at A. Mixon's well filled store of V general merchandise. Grayson' r La. h The ladies of the W. M. U. will meet Thursday night Nov. 4 at the Baptist Church and will render a program suitable for the occasion, ...

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. — 29 October 1915

S.e.tor-UMC Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport W.-I N the .'- caliher as in the high-power I arms, your shrewdl sportsman selects ' his rile an d art ridges for results. n. d ,when ',' stairt to he critical, there's no v " ' whr,,' t,, .,,y -h,,rt -f lHimington-UMC. 11ade, I 1i , le H It no I-cI--in Slide-Actlion m dels, with t iI solid breech-and 4. : rim- r ir drtridges withou reloaditg. -, _ :. et-t >.il ri;1 and cartridges fromtbe (Idý h o , th eJ 1tlW .ilarkofRemington.UMC. Sold by your home dealer and 2295 :t i other leading merchants in Louisiana ' . ' Rmington A:-i--Union Metallic Cartridge Co. : ' ".' : Woolwordt Buildin, 233 Broadway) New York City ';  . ..'"" ." ,.I:L  .-- ,a. .-   Estray Notice. Two yearlings about 2 years old mar ked crop and hole in righs ear. One black with white bushy tail, the other black spottetd, the owner can have same by proveing property and paying for this aditd. A. W. Meredith. Columbia, La. Strayed or Stolen From Western po...

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. — 5 November 1915

The aIdwell "rg VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOV. - 915 "' - .. . .. . unto n m u m n ALLIES' 7,000,000 AGAINST 3,500,000 CERMANSI The end of the war is in sight, but still far away. But it has reached a settled1t point. We now know what i t the chief aim of each sid!e. Briefly, this is what ally and , Teuton hope to do to finish the i war. The allies will direct every en ergy to wear out the (;Germans. They say Germany's l,,ss in blood and bone will put her out t of it in a year. The allies' pur pose from now on will be t,. make the (;ernans fight and lose men all the time and keelp thmselv{s from being whilled!. The (Germans know this. Theii, strategy, which has been for'c! v ulon them, is this: To try to whip one enemy nation at a tint thoroughly, so that the country t will he co mpelled to ask for peace or be so: weakened as to ler helpless. In the meantime, the Teutons will try to break out of their inon ring to where they can t get more men for their armies. They holp...

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. — 5 November 1915

T nWELL WATCHMAN :i shed Every Friday . . . t the postoufice at Columbia. -. ciri-class mail matter. H. C. BAIKER, Editor Subscription-$1 per year in advance Oflicial Organ of Caldwell Parish Schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. COMMUNICATION Mr. H. C. Baker, Editor Caldwell Watchman. Dear sir: In justice to all parties inter ested I beg to submit the follow ing communication and vwill hank you to give it prominent space i" you'r v'aluable paper. I hnv,' hbec: in formed that cer tain par'tys are endeavoring to make "P'liticil Capital" out of the misunlerstandinfg on the part of the Chairman andl Secre tary of the' Parish Democratic Executive ('ommittee relative to the form of blank required for filing. It is being said that a "terrible trick" was about to be pulled oil' by which some of the h candidates would be denied the right to have their names placed t on the official ballot to be voted a in the approaching primary elrec tion, and that this ...

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. — 5 November 1915

Local and- Social .pnins ..apn9 ys A number of Columbians at tended the movies last Saturday. T. L. Sorrels, agent for the Ford and Maxwell cars, has de livered a Ford to Mrs. Tom James. Only short order house in town-Star Resturant. S. Culpepper. Try a sack of White Dove Flour at A. Mixon's well filled store of general merchandise. Grayson' La. B. C. Lanier has purchased a Ford automobile. The Baptist ladies of Grayson, will observe the week of prayer, beginning sacond Sunday in this month, at the Baptist church in Grayson. The public is cordially invited to be present. For hot meals at all hours stop at The Star Resturant.S. Culpep per. Married-A la automobile. November 1, 1915. Location: On the streets in front of the court house. Officer in charge: R. R. Redditt. Con tracting, parties: Miss Edna Tul los of Beouff River and Mr. Floyd Rodford of Clarks. After congratulations the hap py couple visited different stores, and later wended their way to Clarks where they will make their...

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. — 5 November 1915

t! D ' Shoes You Can Trust 4 These shoes set the standard for strong, long wearing work shoes. STRONGER- THAN- THE - LAW SHOES are made of the strongest leather, put together in the strongest way, with the strongest thread, by the most skilful workmen. There's no composition substance in any part of them-no substitute for leather in sole, heel or upper, G. You can trust them through and through to give the most durable service any work shoe can render. Q, STRONGER-THAN-THE-LAW are as nearly waterproof as it is possiLle for shoes to be. They are imade of chrome stock-both black and tan - -r men and boys. Thi:ey are one of the great and popular "STAR BRAND" Lines. T. L. Sorrells Clarks, La. ON EVERY HEEL Warner Bros. GRAYSON, LOUISIANA Dependable Merchandise of Standard Quality .nd at Prices Which are as low as is ý;onsistentwith that Quality ':he Customer of Warner Brothers is assured of value re ceived, courteous treatment, and the season's NEWEST GREETINGS Warner Brothers Chew RedJ...

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. — 12 November 1915

VOL. 29 :LM :. -- - .5t .WA , i , m - ROCEEDINCS OF i T'ie .. .Jsry nt t,"is lit) -iCar w1 - ith all 1i1: r.cf p! r'',' 1e 'ept J ,1 i . 7, 1, acn ,11 cin(l.tiotn, ':-n , Sept,. le.ad,1: l n a 11 11>·: acpi . ,i cJi ; arc:(i ac i ) cc -. tui pl( d º!1 i:(1 ' i.n 'tl I:1 yea v:,ist ] ('i um i; \ l)i, v ii 4' i 1umb ; : . t . a n t o I:,1, tX " 1 ( ' .1 t o (' )ili I ;" I r ,. r ": ,, l t' 1:`l c c' . I, ; l- i , 11'11 \ S:11 '1 l t i 'l. it ' llt'. i ' i .1' 11 ,(1 (';i. c '.;, w (, . t "l .  . ii, i. t_( t , \'1 1 l " :i.-1 1 l ( I 1 r i,: , -,1 . c, i .. I.i c ;11 riaed 11 p 1 1) i Pt'c atto n in\t i i' )1' 1 Ic t.I:, I cl, 4 lnd cd '1111 ( .d I ,ie . . r t l o, . l.rc 3i" he :,.-\ , ialte , h 't; II" (Ie lh ' ,th e , p it c(.! (!.1 , il!, I1 ol t ili! : 1nti li . ): t 11111102l i tF I/Il l4b'. h r ,e . tc' d c<i ,iga te as the -,: Ptin e r .(he, ', law suid :;l:r. iao til. i 'in i;li ]i this (a l e, i - " wit: ,;l ii' t i Harotld frlurt rim. . I mt if 11 Isogilli...

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. — 12 November 1915

C P! PW I WATCIMAN PjAished Every Friday Entert rd at the postofiite at (Clumbia, La.. as second-class mail matter. H. C. BAKER, Editor Subscription-1$ per year in advance Official Organ of Caidwell Parish Schooll Board and Town of Columbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. _ _ _ COMMUNICATION kn< To the Voters of the Parish of As Caldwell: t I beg to submit below a letter pla from one of my opponents and ma my answer thereto, all of which the explain themsclves. I dislike fol the idea of a newspaper contro- hay versy in local campaigns, but wish do to keep the record clear, and the ele( voters. one and all, to know how or I stand, and there is no better haN and surer way than to use our lo- s'it cal paper. c Respectfully, upc S. P Walker. mu Columbia, La. Nov 7, 1915. wil To My Opponents:- up( Information comes to me gal throngh my friends that, some to of my opponents make the com- tio plaint against me, that I am cir- I culating false statements againlst me them. par I d...

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. — 12 November 1915

Ifocal and Social Y'appeizinys C. C. Bridger, Jr., spent three days seeing the sights at the State Fair. On a list of 15 high schools in Louisiana Grayson won 5th place. Try a sack of White Dove Flour at A. Mixon's well filled store of general merchandise. Grayson' La. Mrs. Otwell of Texas is the guest of her sister, Mrs.Rogillio. Attorneys W. J. Hammons of Jonesboro and Geo. Wear, Jr., of Jena, attended court here this week. For hot meals at all hours stop at The Star Resturant.S. Culpep per. Attorneys G L Alford and A. B. Hunbley of Alexandria at tended court here this week. iMrs. G. L. Alford and children are guests of relatives here. Mrs. A. C. Cloyd and daugh ter, Lucille, of Grayson, were guests of Mrs. Traylor Tuesday. Hair cuts 25 cents. Fred D. Meredith. As is her usual habit, Miss Bes sie Walker of Riverton spent last week-end here with her mother. We regret to note the illness of Miss Ethel Carroll last week. Miss Annie Mae Duke of Riv. erton was the attractive guest of M...

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. — 12 November 1915

Chew Tobacco Made of Old and Mell'wed Leaf. A TOUGH AND LASTING CHEW. 4 GUARANTEED the BEST S0c Plug Made. -*"_~- :;ter vy--ssh, vNV u0ý'vw:.. 4 . f Bridging the distance 'twixt you and "anywhere." The Bell Telephone, with its 16,000,000 miles of wire, brings millions of people within earshot of your voice. Many thousand of them, living within fifty or a hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge. Are you making use of this vast bridge on your frm, in your home or in your business. There's a [rofit of time, money or convenience for you in the iell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Call or write the manager to-day. CUMBER'LLAND TELEPIHONE & TEIIEGORAPOH A MPANY INCOi7FORATEO F,. avo. ite '..... p"ed 'h-:e shoote rs kno ,he; l'he ri ht dope comes sport t1han any o, er m,- e of gus i.n te world.Y In the matter of Shells-here is the sportsman who does not know the " -mington-"C "Speed Sells," Steel Lined- results that flatter any ake of "un? r sthe rig...

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. — 19 November 1915

CP Thotarp The Ca VOL. 29 COLUMBIA, LOU '  ; r"" . ___ ® w.., h-"'M .O ~ iý'. ., ,. ... ... .-. " '. . HALE AND HARTY AT93 To Editor Caldwell Watchman: For the purpose of introduc ing myself to you and your wid ly scattered readers, I have the following to say: I cannot help what someone's told, sure it's a mistake. I am not old. I'm almost ninety-three years young; much stronger than when life begun. Got off the passenger train at Olla on the morning of the twen ty-fifth of October and walked to Frith Long's residence in three hours. Missed the road a short distance in two places, presume the distance was eleven miles, including the mistakes. Came to Louisiana a little over seventy-three years ago, bun this is the first time I have been to this part of the State, and find it a good farmers' soil: muc, better adapted to farming than I expected to fina. The one great need of the Un ited States is more farmers. It is the healthiest, most inde pendent life that the human race can l...

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. — 19 November 1915

C L fL WATCiW'MAN Pu! 'i!: ed Every Friday ..En , .r , al :if t 5st)a '':i, n uat ! : i; La., ;s ~co. -class .a. mat'r. :u, erIption 1 i r y.ar ).,ard and ''1 o n of ('.!un,! ;t. Official Journal of Ca!dwell Parish. BOOST arid tihe world is Vwith o,;. Knock and you go al,,in; For a cheerful grir ii! n 't y.. in Where a kicker is never knvnl:. One night recently whi:, c,im ing down from t ihe uilpt v,: - den , fi" ,, : structi;,. i'thich ai e I l: fr the walk, after a few 1ic:i; that would hiav' put a liss ,,i 1mune' t flight we manr',l to free ,, r'. selves. and prcce( 1on oiui' way toward town. Hovwever, we had nt gone but ai f'.v stepts when we \V'ere 'or,'ib,'i . 'emin : ',,d of the fact that . we. e at the end of the walk i,:" s:tepQll: o(lih' with a .,I! that ;' ,i ,ur i"n,' teeth ra . ; :, a la't - ', Flivver' A fter tL ,ia; .: . ` . (I1 , i selves and f!iring' reso irscs anid liabilities abot,u t t'jqual thelre e ing nothingr sinort hilt ,*r l)r. Haux :spetactl:, a Lnd our...

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. — 19 November 1915

.ocal and Social J(appenins Robert Hines, who has been in the southern part of the State since June, has returned home. Miss Josie Culpepper has ac cepted the position as telephone operator at this place. Bryan Hudson come up from Grayson Monday afternon to at tend the Hailie-Hudson mar riage. Howard McSween spent last Sunday at his home. C. E. Lacey spent Tuesday in Monroe on business. T. L. Sorrels and family of Clarks paid our office a call last Saturday. FREE- 200 sacks of high grade White Dove flour at A. Mixons, G: ayson, La. Joe Wright Swift spent Satur day in Monroe on business. Mrs. Oscar Rentz spent a rew minutes in Columbia Saturday. Hair cuts 25 cents. Fred l). Meredith. Mrs. G. L. Alford and children who have been guests of Mrs. Traylor for a few weeks have re turned to their home in Alexan dria. Supt. Shealey of the Baptist orphanage, Lake Charles, spoke at the Methodist church last Sun day morning. The shower in the afternoon prevented him from lecturing at the Bapti...

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. — 19 November 1915

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Publication Title: Caldwell Watchman, The
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