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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 17 November 1916

T'he Caldwell Watchman AO)I.H 10, In.I 1,A, I, IlI)AYl\ NONi- 1j;ti.l: I , 1)1 NO 5 UNOFFICIAL RETURNS SHOW PRESIDENT WILSON RE-ELECTED Result So Close In Several States That Republi cans Demand a Recount--Democrats May Not Have Working Majority In House of Representatives. President, WOODROW WiLSON. Vice President, THOMAS R. MARSHALL. 'tur f:. \ov. 11, - ) il the f (; w m'. ifa the Aiiot'iian, lh : i se i lt, <I til. l i ili:'roi ef thhe funt ar !hh t · naext four y:ars, sIt the rinatol ", (clo in se'ver:al states that it-~ 1iuhb it ii loler-t are not w'illini to ac 11 I h ) wr c l'r irt tuntil :r recounit of the ul:º ý. l<< hs been Inaile in these states. The situation is extraordiiniry and has resulted in days of narve-rickitig ýtr:in for the pIieople of tlihe country. If th icctiion ollici;ils oif a few remte pirciicts ini a few states know how tlihe nation hias bee01n waiting hireatllless to hear from thema, t hey avtst he swolled up enormlously with a sense( of their ...

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 November 1916

(AUr'NE'J WATCHNIA j'udlished Every Fi raay I a r. fc' " Li \ · Prsd:lent Wilon Re-Elected. * t he c omm* u -t+n n * lr a e f i1iat*. `c of 4.}I,. 111 1 i': (" Husing ( wo~1"in.: ý','\ian ·liýn . btlhe al (- t. ' 1f t:l i t .. ii J " a\ ~1 j>1 llfll( VI 1 !(di. ticia I a'1 il! " 1- lla:t n m ballg A lf o 1" ta . h ne ill to Mtr. W 11. " ý;o' t n' landj bi.tter r. ,k1!s ON p4.J t; i di ni' istration, -uA . ied to every Jirejudice, eve?" QU lt ful as to 1re.1t il' tIo 1 e a s of oir hrave' hern ; aI eei ' uý rý.cting the boloov Snii 10 :( aving it over the heads of th"suns oi vet erane who have Iou a:z 'orgot ten the days: Il Vil i : a4 are I pow marching a:nl iP1 a-m witIh their fellow marl i " re f'r; 1 the aivauc-nwiit I their co'mtry 4 as a whole. The pmsc>. verdict I is a fitting retui 1h ti 52u'h 1 li ticians and the na of tihe candidate Wiho i) Ii S; siuch to be done in his in re<t 2; n go I down in history an.rg the un greatful of our 1. Ili. The common j..', ')il', 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. — 17 November 1916

'The Caldwell Watchman VOL. :,1o (OIXMHIA , 1 A.q LA. , NOVIlit IIWIf i 1, It NO. 14 UNOFFICIAL RETURNS SHOW PRESIDENT WILSON RE-ELECTED Result So Close In Several States That Republi cans Demand a Recount--Democrats May Not Have Working Majority In House of Representatives. President, WOODROW WILSON. Vice President, THOMAS R. MARSHALL. `;:'. Yuri:. Nov. 11.- On! the, fit,- f " miu.ulicial rrturns, the 8i'i e is OWi 'ft ' 'i of the .\timericana pol@t for I 'itf i X(C·elitiv' o!!iceers of I th n tionli i for the next four yea rs, hat the saltt I~i .-.,i clse in seve'ral slates that Ilt Tlint !i: lealder, ri ware i iot willin i to ac e:i * t the verdid until a recount of the iballots has tlen tmale in these Siatei. iThe situllatlis ts xation is lir dtuyt and as resulted in dayvs of t rvo-ravking tr:Iin for the people of the ciuntry.11 if 1ieict In the lisitilIs of a few ri eii jpreiiuits in a few states know how the nation has bheen waitin g breathless to I from them, they must be swe...

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 November 1916

CAt)YELLIY CII~ Iubllhe Lv:r i:l~ WBfHi IvP 0. .' 'K (r J, ~ ar 11 . i J'f3 r Wlt ));lss I ~ Pried.l :`? tr. 'i' Ivh ii I ý r bra vt' h 'fr f:;" (' uict, i( r < tllrng thiei fb t.' i, t" ar i d ll tille t'it (U t a sto r b at e he r o te,; i ;4 (':I i t .t eraan s \\,i), ha, c i º It'l the daa . N A . rel now marching :rm ( in a. iin (iC' tlJPv.· rif hitcr- ~ :ij ¶ , IF , ('I N their fellow n i, 'j re"' f 'r as a whole. The E10: edc is a 1itting rebu/tk t * w h 1olii ticians and the +.p:1 1i thec candidate who t ernis :'!eh to be one tin his in am ; t, w:Fo ni don i ren n histor an 1.I rlte un gratfui ovf oursi e '.':r i The crommon tthe d !.0 the far ier and the ira e.a1s ar. e to be ('ono-ratuI on the fact th tthey havie been (ioiin their own thrinki atr !in t thisa campaign an< :; ' h f'"%s;'d ac hord oei r f man (\ (c) 1viction tregardless of the.greiat influnce iian eo srtcns and· tin a 1 of h brought to bear upon then, and nthereby saving our coun try for another four ye...

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 November 1916

Locals By Miss Nada Meredith. Mrs. L. R Adams spent Tlhurs-de day in Monroe shopping. Virginia has gone dry, making the eighteenth state to do so. Miss O'Ine God frey spent Sun- iC day with home-folks. ti TOROU(;GH-8ED) HIATS! \V. C. Ferrand Attorney (G. L. Alford i' Al-,- tt andria was lie e W edeisdn y. . Just lettyeen 1s this 1 i to }o no further. Judge GUniby of Monroe, canme down on business Truesday. . Cotton was selling on0 the streets of Colunbia Thur-1say fmr I, 20cents. Rep( sent~a i c'\1. ! . 11;+; s. of LaSalle, was in tow`n \\ Wi;ie day on business. Messers. R. F. F.Mc('look a"', A. B. \. Vyntt of .\lnel', 1`f;e in ( toWn Satuo day night. Miss Nada Merediith sient the 0 week ([nd at Wooa\\o4 rth, as guest o; Miss Banks. Mcs.rs. 2.iiie]; Brown innl S. c,. Testun of I ouf ive, \IereC iin a town Tuesday. 1 Building roids wont give us good roads. ýKeeping 'em u) pays. Mr. David Dunn is s wdine i this w e ek in the ('r c tL ? ('it . il combining business with nlesiui e a Mr....

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 November 1916

-~ NT, s.& i n Spent $1900 for ¾Ptatment Without Bene fit. FinallyMade Well by Lydia ELPinkham'sVeg. etable Compound. T'g!ewood, Ill. - "While go ng through the Change of Life I suffered l~i"; i~i; pent $1900 on oc wi Lt headaches, ner I vousness, flashes of heat, and I suntered so much I did not know what I was doing at times. I spent $1900 on doc tors and not one did meany good. One Iday lady called at my house and said S she had been as sick Sas I was atone time, i I aInd Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Comnound made her well,so I took it and now I am just as well as I ever was. I cannot understand why women don't see how much pain and sufTering they vwouid escape by taking your medicine. I cannot praise it enough for it saved my life and kept me from the Insane Hospital."-Mrs. E. SHELDON, 3657 S. lih!sted St., Englewood, Ill. I'hysicians undoubtedly did their best, battiLd with this case steadily and could 1lo no more,hut often the most scientific treatment is surpassed by tho...

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 November 1916

Locals by Miss Nada Meredith. Mrs. L 1 Adamis spent Thurs day in Monroe shopping. 'irgi:ia has gone dry, making the (eighteenth state to do so. Miss O'Ine G(odfrey spent Sun day with home-folks. TOROUGHI-BREI) HATS! \V. (G. Ferrand Attorney G. L. Alford of Alex andria was here 'Wedlnnesda:y. J1ust 1 etween us this is to no further. Judge ( hunby of Monroe, came down on business Tuesday. Cotton was selling (i the streels f Cotunhi iia Thursday fr 20,cr tts. Riepres+ntatle W F ild' of LaSalle, was in town We1 n ch-s day yin },usine-s. Messers. 1. F. M(Co) and A. B. Wyatt otf Monroe. were in town Saturday night. Miss Nada Meredlith selrt the week end at Wolodworth, as guest of Miss Banks. Messrs. Mack Brown and S. (. Testun of eouCl River, were in town Tuesday. Building roadls waont give us good roads. Kceping iem up pays. Mr. David Dunn is s ;nd ox this week in tlhe ('1 c <enm ('it'. Combining l)usin-s° with plcasure 'M r. I. H. ' Ilf. ilii of I Charles, came t)p in l and spent Mon...

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 November 1916

A REMARKABLE STATEMENT! Mrs.Sheldon Spent $1900 for Treatment Without Benem fit FinallyMade Well by LydiaE. Pinkham'sVeg. etable Compound. h.,-ewood, Ill.-"While going through the Change of Life I suffered with headaches,ner. vousness, flashes of heat, and I suffered so much I did not know what I was doing at times. .1 spent $1900 on doc. ttors and not one did me any good. One day a lady called at I, my house and said she had been as sick as I was atone time, S and Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Comnound made her well,so I took it and now I am just as well as I ever was. I cannot understand why women don't see how much pain and su Tering they would escape by taking your meuicine. 1 cannot praise it enough for it saved rmy life and kept me from the Insane Hlespital."-Mrs. E. SHELDON, 5057 S. Iltisted St., Englewood, Ill. Physicians undoubtedly dii their best, battled with this case steadily and could do no more,but often the most scientific tr(aitmint is surpassed lby the medicinal pr...

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 November 1916

The Caldwell Watchman (OL.;30 (1(01,1'111) .1, L1,., I. 1'11111, 1 O I'lm iº? , 191, BOOM J. M. PARKER FOR CABINET JOB FrSiENDS OF PROGRESSIVE VICE PRESDENTIAL CANDIDATE WOULD REWARD HIM. BOOST FOR SECRETARYSH!P "'',; is On the Supposed Retirement -. Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary Houston Succee ing Him. i '"' l tit ;1" i lll)1t ' o r tl :;' ,t\ l l t ait )' -iio(;n, thereby having tihe O agrientl iral poIr oi)etn. Uith d S.it ates Sena-t ir ol,trt F. BIrous-ai d ',as ",h htnd l hadl ('nterene( with Mr. i'ar krt'. "It cannot be denied that a;tr !.er did \\'ilson a world of good,'" .-aid Mr. iBroussard. The plan of giving M1r. Parker a public reception was (oupled with this boost for the c(abi tlietship. Dr. Paul N. Cyr, campaign sran rger for Sheriff Wade O. Martin, and P'. J. Gainnia of Iberia parish were in Lafourche parish, getting affllidavits from voters to be used in contesting She election of Judge Whit P. Martin to Congress from the Third district. In Precinct 1 ...

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 November 1916

In Woman's Realm Ncthing but the One-Piece Fork Scams to Satisfy the Ma joriiy of Women Today-All Kinds of Supple Materials Empioyed in its Making-- L:xurious Bags a Feature of Uress Acces3ories. dill I: i., I : '2 ~~' h. .. . ~s~·4 -~·· ·:`~ ~'M '·~. -a·n~ !u~ ~V·· aPS~f~rc·. j ·bl~ ·· t d c i;: R I~ : ·~··C.~c;: ~nr ·· ·· I· ,:·~. CI\ :::·:· ". "''~ a:·- ::·:~i ,-· ~pe ,·. iii ·r·~ ::: ~ ·t;,:· :.:: ··· ::·: .:~:: ··:·· :':~ :·:·:: :··· ii' r· ···.··; : : ~ ·· ,·-· S`. ~..·. ::·· .~51~810sB~dj':: ·~:·i .-.·;.···· ··.' ::: :.::::::;::i.i.::j:··i:·'::i::::. '::.:'·:·····:·'::· .:"::: .·;·.~·.·.·.·.-.··.·:·:·:·:·X·:··.:(·.- ·-· ;:·.·~·;:r .·.·.·.-.·..-.·. ·...·.·.;·.·.·.~.-. :::: ~::::~:x·:·1.·. :~:ji:;:c:icls:· · ·····~·:·:·:·:·.··::~·:;·:·.-:·;:·;:·:·: .·.::i-:-.· :~ r *· CHEMISE GOWN OF CREPE GEORGETTE. depends upon its tendency to cling to the wearer's figure. Hence the supple materials used and the devices for freighting themu. This is managed in the trimmings. It would be hard ...

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 November 1916

rs ald 51rub1 STheir Care anId Cultivafior . 4 -; ,,..:. xi.. :) . ',::'. a Y Y:". ý",firg~gl~r,'`4' r N ". ` L ·ý.A ~ L~ll. r ' . .·: ·· .. Hardy Roses, Which Need a Little Protection Just Before the Ground Freezes. -''4 I·. LZI. :: ·I ·'·': · ~J d.... ;, ~ 1~Li~ 42z·c- I: Had Rss, Whc edaLitePoetinJseoe teGon Freezes. THE GARDEN'S OVERCOAT By L. M. BENNINGTON. \Whiat lover of the garden is there ,ihio haIs not every year faced with iorew or less trepidation the question >f putting the garden in its overcoat, r, to be more in line with the bromidic 'xpression of the years, into winter i;arters? Getting around in the spring to find '.herished plants dead and withered s like coming back to the home town :o get tidings that old friends have lied. There is more or less emptiness n the proceeding. These troubles may he avoided with 1 little thought. In November and I)e :mguber wheni the ground hts been s!ightly frozen, the garden may be niafely put into winter quarters. Many plants...

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 November 1916

A J- \VT~:WA L ANJ .. ' U ri ;i, i ool Board and Town of Colnn;bia R. .;i.- - EDITOR AND PUBL1ISHRI S . ONE DOL'.AR PER YEAR . ... I . IIattr. r. . 1 1 ,0i 1 t l I iu L i't' U "1 Th rsda\ Xv.: ·th S ,ith uL s. We\\ehave ,! " ,i , . , , ti th t ir conteýnts .nl ich th,' peoii lea "ý ' " , Li' \att..r5.. Inc,. t '. 1! 1,:11' L'. ;c h oe;iln to es timDato. ui thit a murci .. . . ..It, e o f t h is ' ,,' .. , " - . ..l, . i 1t' " 1 1. ' i4e n sel I and see ·; l.... . . . " , : . " : ; ' . , ti .i + . . e d t -ln ! 1 d j ui s tic e t h a t Si i led to glrasp , ). ' -. . ' , ., " f - t,'i ' ".', it'i, i 1'' . s  ,ld at thin senson return :i .,C .- - ; . .l ... ", :. ,,,I a s a', . i a peIJO le) to'know A I'.,:._ '.: (, i: l'. t . r , .tn' I ! i' i"t' ever be o !. arker 'Sh u I Be Rewarded. ,. ? ,. l:' ';. ' !, ,'. ; : t ,i,' i, ve'ro of Louisiana is .. .. . t.. ' fu.. , i ,' O c d-, P l. 'foer a seat in P resident til P I'"'''=i t c Ii m,:t se se( O"'il o. inAs a ... "essful, scient...

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. — 24 November 1916

*******.d n r .t... J . t,, ..12 M'1,'..h 4. ILIn OU LLc 1u n When you know of any newi,: PI o::c i 1 : I " ' About It. We want all ti. e K n,.. *. ***ne..... ..men...ffwbsr o " sa, ,P w {t us.wht.. }.-: '+Ft '"" Mr. W. G. Banks  Sr:;::vI, was here on business \V l,f 1:. Mrs. M. E. Yarbo'.e ' ; s!: nt Saturday in iMonroe K.; i, :. Mr. and M1rs. V'an ",.' in town shoing \., . Don't miss the ot: s" tonight. Let's all go to \ .:::, . . morrow and 1,(c t " (', Mesdames. A. A. B3ranlin an(d l. 'I ' Tuesday in .11(; aero .-1 . Mr. M. F. Al't, , , boro. w as seen afel the .,ri, , of Columbia o;ia,.' Miss Annie ;el .vif' a, Saturday at Clarkls -. ,i: Hazel Ho[llis. Rev. and M1rs.Lantkrip, of *rv eon, were guest at the "'i u'ist parsonage Saturday. attended the Al. G. Field aiin strels in Monroe Tuesday even ing. Prior to Nov. 1st, 191.), there were 365,797 bales of cotton ginln ed in Louisiana. Caddo leadin:" all other parishes with 31.712 bales. Bad habits blunt the ede of sincerety...

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. — 24 November 1916

DAIRY6 MORE BUTTERFAT IN CREAM Sih:rthorns. Jlrseys and Guernseys Give Milk With Larger Fat C:obules Than Othier Cows. . , u ,!( 1 ;',' i: j';i'I ,': 2itf ' Il t ! :, in j;'t .i 1 try. '7 i],, ' t , !, '4` ;: 1 ',['{' I, : ý ll lil' i , ji -c 'Iwlst, ,it l l I1rr ft 'lo ;IulcI, and therefore it t\ ir lr' seIrt d ca urns moreI a11 . hchamrpion thu o that of tCe Holwt.in . 4 , I.e I ,,i-4 A r hi riri l, yer.hIrsy, - BEST SPEED FOR SEPARATORS Appalling Loss of Crearti Due to Uni. versal Tendency of Operator to Work Machine Slowly. At Purdue university the experiment stalion collectedi and published a lot f taC showing the appalling loss inw. .rcrlaln due to the universal tendency of tl.arator operators to turn the ma chine too slowly. Their bulletin No. 116, 'iurne 13, was a revelation to many,il mayn dairymen, who had been losing b utterft, sifatply by turning their sepafore rat ors below speed. At the fairs recently, a leading speedonmeter manufacturer had thou n rids of tests rn t...

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. — 24 November 1916

CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOP! ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON LIVER I Guarantee "Codson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Hlad--Doesn't Make You Sick! ,fi, L iri,_ ca'cncl r~ ý rr~ic~kýý:: ý"or E r:'. 1)D2r.a ltl I d li ; s9 , (,rk. It y(oU fecr 1 iw:! :ilullji :;;) r; s or coriti patl"(i, Ii~t(c ct m' j ('a(Icflrel is lncr( irx'r ei' ic !( ilocve r~hic'h c:.,.:ýF ., n: _ . .-iý of A . L" b :rtls. itu 3:ii i; .. 1 : V CL' 1 t('1t (: 1... j;.7 Solii ic i Or:. Dod.-e u's Lice.' Tor;;;: I IrIs flrhi!; .iiorl i (or l .,1: r ' .l`' :t ' ,. t SJ)oo nsIl nitti it it Ltit) ft ;.1 - ii ,:tl i i Pht p antI ~Y~vt U11ý(I '' :° ·.:Cltc I 11ct a )' ' ; T' : . iUUI t onAt1 : t' O I .f lt'. : t ? 1 1 p1 , : ~ tdi';e.l W. L. DOUIGLAS "THE 2SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHA;PE" $3.00 $3.30 $4L.o0 $4i50 & $5OO tJP w LJ, Save Money by Wearing W. L. Dotlans shoes. For sale by over 9000 cshoe dealers. The Best Known Shoes irn the World. L'y. L. Douglas name and the retail price is...

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. — 24 November 1916

Such -' tobacco enjoyment '- as you never thought I could be is yours to command quick as . you buy some Prince - Albert and fi-e-up a ._ pipe or a home-made R ; cigarette! Prince Albert gives , you every tobacco sat isfaction your smoke appstite ever hankered . I fei. That's because (1 it's made by a patented 0· :. A.. -. rrocess that cuts out yo" .,ea.Pr- bite- and parch! Prince Albert h os always xº' i'oi." ,. b :n sold without coupon s or piermiumi.f-. ý.ý *,* , U We prefer to give quality ! the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delighitful. You never tasted the like of itl And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga Buy Prince Albert *er- rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince where tobacco is sold in toppyred bags, ; tidy rd Al rt. And arroi.rs who have not yet given P. A. a try tins, 10c; handsome pound out certiarliy have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment and half.pound tin hwmi. dors-and-that cork...

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. — 1 December 1916

The aldwell Watchman 4-MASTED SCHOONER' BEO.LOCK LAUNCHED Am Ano BUILT BY THE CLOONEY CON STRUCTION COMPANY FOR Al KEN TOWBOAT AND BARGE CO. tior Rot des APPROXIMATE COST $50,000 lint the Craft Has Capacity for 750,000 Feet of Lumber and Will Go to Pensa cola-184 Feet Long, 37 Feet Wide and 14 Feet Deep. eV( on Lake (Charles.-- -Wi The big four-masted schooner on( (eorge T. Lock, built by the ('looner till Construction Company for the Aiken 1 Towboat and Barge Company, of ra Pensacola, Fla., left the ways, being pet launched in the presence of a couple pe, of hundred visitors. The craft is 184 exi feet long, 37 feet wide and 14 feet sti deep, is eluippeId with auxiliary en- rv gines, and has a cargo capacity of tia 750,000 feet of lumber. It will be pre used in the lumber-carrying trade be- sul tween gulf coast cities and Cuba. This at( is the seventh craft built for the PIen- the saloca concern by the ('looney ship- sti yards in the past few years. The 1Ii schooner cost about $50,0...

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. — 1 December 1916

STNl~rofillf1ent Neslt summoned ýv.A Wh "pA sideiN of t(N- h concern, I dapper, red-bow-luntied, girentlyan of col e o remlorse that (leil~lalls (i l~llptltiI' :lta(ellle'ilt, a rri '''olNit iiilig thlisI' iniitials Is Send~inlg Cve' moath to tih~e hilector of tax(', ; of' ti' District goverllileit "I hear your company han't been paying ve-iaris. Don't you know youtime I I ii~that it lbe (reditedl to the "consie'C(nce ~Hcan't do business inf" of the Distrit? You haven't any license," the visitor wast. told. "Now, oss, you'se surely said a moufful. WThere is r can't seem to do busias ess-that's why we ain't paid them claims. Buthe we trieels to collect mos' rto cliirihutgulah, suh."the ney, nor y in Nesbit told him he would have to stop collecting in the abesence of a license. "Say, here, does this license cost money?"ve t be set befre "YES." "el, ister Nesbt, that's jest1 the way this govn'ment(t tcarries on. Now, is I in't got no money to pay claims with yet, you-all want meI titIi...

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. — 1 December 1916

l& a rs and _1rub i, STh-eir Care and Cultivafior N ` n ,ti , . .'. ii " :'"''"" ""'' p <7 . ... >:' ' f '"e : ...':: : :: ; :'.:::.,.' Y , r; } y..V . f :f·:..:.y. . . . ..... .. . . A Garden of Bulbs-Note the Hyacinths and Tulips in the Background. A Fine Study for Future Planting. WAR THREATENS FLOWERS By ELIZABETH VAN BENTHUYSEN It is a good, far cry from the grim horrors of war to the pretty hyacinth and the crocus, lbut recent news brings the interesting Information that the great European conflict is presenting a serious menace to the chief source of imported bulbs. Private advices received in New York from flower folk in Holland, who cannot be considered as preju diced or even interested in the larger affairs of state, say that there is dan ger of having the bulb supply for the next half century destroyed. Holland has her army ready to tight either side, and she has a number of issues which might make her entry possible. As a first item of defense she plans to fl...

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. — 1 December 1916

T lDWEIL WATCHMAN : .... '. v-:,, Friday at Columbia, L ,. OflcilF . i', d i. dwell Parish School Board and Tiewn ,f Colaubia R. ~.--- ------ -- EDITOR AND PUBLISHER SU : . - ONE DOLLARPER YEAR .. Columbia. La. as second-class mail matter. Vital Statistics. tie in Caldwell, wherein the births and C+ ;. , :. not, why not? 1' ,r a Assembly of 1900, it is made the I d, mriilwiv':; throughout the state, to make I a I~, H which may have occurred in their n.t :' cath to set torth the cause there- I of. ne mauve quarterly to the parish health ,i, . dlicce then the report is to be made to - , . . , se dut.y it shall be to keep a re c,,r,,crh a copy thereof to the State Board of I S....'. . a pen.alty fur a violation of its provisions, I fi:. . , ,ine, or Go days in jail, but we have never I h, . . part of any one to have this law en I',,. .. t, secure this very important data, that the a iart of the records of the Parish, outside of 2 IlI ;, t. recnerally, we believe that the provis ir,...

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