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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 16 February 1912

nceas your yield per acre. - You can ,t (1) by bre, cu'.. i-. , ; JA vation, (2) by Letter seed and, (3) above all, by th: intcLigrent .C of " 1 (St. 1.1 'ae C rcle andArrow ý is on every ack.) UNOCO BRAND FERTILIZERS We want you to do all three,--make "two blades grow where one grew before." Plants iustr have ,proper food. Unoco Fertilizers supply the food which your soil lacks or make more ;ivail.ble what it already has. These fertilizers are manufactured according to formulas adapted to the needs of your soil. and to the special needs of Cotton, Corn, Vegetables, Peanuts. .'e L,. L t "a rrn o, Profit" THE UNION OIL CO., WEST MONROE. LA. Supt. E. . H. Tuner visited the schools of Ward. 5 last Wed nesday. l t !: ary ha!h: . lack oLf luitlor ex ercise, ii.!:l!!-ii' nt :nastilic ation f (. ,,,( constiption, a tl'ri)id liver, worry and anxiety, are the mn:)st comm'on catscs of tonima 'h troulles. Correct your halbits and take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Ta'aits and you will soo...

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 February 1912

HE WAS SOMEWHAT PEEVED Attendant at Spiritualistic Seance Con. sidered Himself Aggrieved and Said So. Charles M. Cross of Indianapolis thinks variety adds spice to life, so he went to a sjpiritualistic service. It was a lively affair with sepulchral voices sounding through trumpets, tambourines pl:aying mysetriously in mid air, and (cold, clammy hands of partially materialized men and women making free in the dusky room with those who wE re in the flesh. In the midst of it something dealt ?dr. Cross a vicious whack on the nose and he r called for lights in a tone not to be c disobeyed. With the light the circle p as disclosed was all natural and hu- c man again. The most human member lh of it was Mr. Cross. with a bloody c nose, spoiling for a fight and all the t "madder" because he did not know whom to fight. a 'Who did that?" he demanded of y the medium. i. The medium said the gay spirit was g that of St. Peter. o But even this explanation did not satisfy Mr. Cross. t "Well, all I...

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 February 1912

1ill 3 W1 13 m ~~Y C~~~ IW~OIamous 4W SYNOPSIS. The story opens with a scream from IDorothy March in the opera box of Mrs. Mi,;sioner, a wealthy widow. It is oc casioned when Mrs. Missioner's necklace breaks. scattering the diamonds all over the floor. Curtis Griswold and Bruxton Eands, society men in love with Mrs. Mis sioner, gather up the gems. Griswold steps on what Is supposed to be the cele brated Maharanee and crushes it. A Hin doo declares it was not the genuine. An expert later pronounces all the stones substitutes for the original. One of the missing diamonds is found in the room of Elinor Holcomb. confidential compan ion of Mrs. Missioner. She is arrested, notwithstanding Mrs. Missioner's belief In her innocence. Meantime. in an up town mansion, two Hindoos, who are in America to recover the Maharanee, dis cuss the arrest. Detective Britz takes up the case. He asks the co-operation of Dr. Fitch, Elinor's fiance, in running down the real criminal. Brits learns that duplica...

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 February 1912

h'E CALD)WELL WATCIIMA Published Every Friday S. P. WALKER, EDITOR 1Etecrcd at the postoffice at Columbia, La.. as second-class mail matter. Subscription-$1 per year in advance Columbia, La., Feb. 16, 1912. Washington Letter. Have you noticed the new Washington letter appearing reg ularly in these columns? If you are not reading them you should begin at once to do so. Our Washington correspondent is George Clinton, who is a close per- I sonal friend of the president and various cabinet members, sena tors and congressmen. No other newspaper correspondent stands higher at Washington thanGeorge Clinton, and his letters are by far the best that we have ever read and had the pleasure of of fering to our readers. Our news columns cover the im portant transactions of congress, but Clinton writes of the people who are making things transpire, and his letters are always intere sting and timely. They are strict ly non-partisan, and all the more reliable. This unusually strange feature is only...

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. — 23 February 1912

a: ki7 r.-· LBJIIUI Y a TUJATLŽ¶UI 0(ýMýQ an ýj s r 1ý?PýP ,9/,B/1AfRYRDAYlý/'P/1)' p SYNOPSIS. The story opens with a scream from Dorothy March in the opera box of Mrs. Missioner, a wealthy widow. It is oc casioned when Mrs. Missioner's necklace breaks, scattering the diamonds all over the floor. Curtis Griswold and Bruxton Sands, society men in love with Mrs. Mis sloner, gather up the gems. Grlswold steps on what is supposed to be the cele brated Maharanee and crushes it. A IHin Coo declares it was not the genuine. An txpert later pronounces all the stones substitutes for the original. One of the missing diamonds is found in the room of Elinor Holcomb, confidential cornpan Soil of Mrs. Missioner. She is arrested. notwithstanding Mrs. Missioner's belief Sn her innocence. Meantime, in an up town mansion, two Hindoos, who are in America to recover the Maharanee, dis Cuss the arrest. Detective Britz takes up the case. He asks the co-operation of Dr. Fitch, Ellnor's fiance, in running ...

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. — 23 February 1912

THECALD WELLWATCHMAN ?uhlished Every Friday S. P. WALKER, EDITOR Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as secind-class nsail matter. Subscription-- $1 per year in advance Columbia, La., Feb. 23, 1912. i' x,. La., Feb. 12, 1912. , .. irs of the 27th Sena , id District: 'in I entered the race for Se:ator I recognized that princi pe. a;d not men would form the 1;r:am,,ulit question with the v:citer,, and accordingly I draft ed and [pubiished a platform in w.hic, I clearly expressed my at titude on certain governmental J u,, ceply appreciative of the (.cuiijln:ce in me and my plat fje~, .e: es:t ed by over one thou s.,,al iza ,ts cast for me in the rtU.ec i it-iuciCratic primary. i:ititiy I read an article in tih loI pres~s in which my op pIc)ncrit makes a bid for votes. Alnou, h I Ian amgainst newspa pe: ; .,n-cc,it:'oversies I feel that the v ,'..s of this district slioulMi , i .i; te facts before reltder infg ,eir iecision at the polls. ,iy oppJonent claims that a sýc(ond ...

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. — 23 February 1912

NaN CMkr-,tb m s dkr the of his soil He nw iab. loo6k aa he rdzeoeedschfadc4 Febamh equueu ,s special loath. tsue ae ntou end in wodm i. sm i quram., io proper poi'er. spa up od leern had eke thles. Unoco Brand Iertilizers They. uudjusoepyes uoil ad feed your aops. ýIb e, rsol ib wpa st~gUdimn R. Syou sl Is stron ep f so hI bhat ca. feed it etyt wiUHE UNIOs OIL COee THE UNION OiL CO., -. wearuainagsa r. Solon W. Dunn has accept ed a position in the assessor's office. You are brobably aware that pneu monia always results from a cold, but you never heard of a cold reesuting in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. Why take the risk when the remedy may be hbidl for a trifle? For sale by all druggists. Attorney Geo. Wear*, of Jena, spent several days here this week. Mr. J. C. Biggs, one of the hustling eitizens of Kelly, was a business visitor Monday. When her child is in danger a woman will risk her life to protect it. No great act'of heroism or risk of life is necessary...

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. — 23 February 1912

CAMDEN MISS HELPED BY CARDUI Miss Wilson Suffered for Nine Years, but Finally Obtained Relief by Taking Cardui. Camden, Miss--"About five years ( ago," says Miss W. E. Wilson, of this t place, "I had to undergo an opera tion, and after that it hurt me to stand on my feet or walk much. I had suffered, more or less, with womanly troubles, for more than nine years, and I was very weak and nerv OUs. As soon as I commenced to take Cardul, I felt better. Now I am not taking any medicine, for I don't need any. Cardui has done me more good than anything I have ever iaken. It is the grandest medicine for women i that was ever made." This remarkable letter, from a lady who has actually tried Cardut, ought surely to convince you of the genuine merit of this successful medicine, and induce you to give it a trial for your I own troubles. Cardul is the ideal remedy for all a weak, suffering women, young or old. S Cardui acts specifically on the womanly constitution, preventing un necessary pain, ...

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 March 1912

No SKIpeN-la our m1ipaug. Yet fenm pay bat load sl4 lGood gal w *~b *m poor , r l p e. go For CAý, praum e od iL d t d md For w e ,w and ,.+,- Uhoco Bad pmv ,D ICEb Fertilizer. lte a t o sm. (2) by Wh Yo tam 1UseP p man fcr.i p ac ad (3) lamw ie nlt uu byr win Uncco Fetrlizers. _, .. wbetgne, - THE UNION OI CO, WEST MNOOI 0IA 1 1' Hon. George Wear, of Jena I was here Wednesday on legal business. How to cure a cold is a question in which many are interested just now. Chamberlains Cough Remedly has won its great reputation and i,nmence sale by its remarkable cure of colds, It can always be depended upon. Forsale by all druggists. Mr. Solon Dunn, deputy asses sor, is making the rounds this week.t If in need of anything to eat, wear or use call on J. D. Yar- k borough, the "boss merchant" of Columbia. t n When her child is in danger a woman d will risk her life to protect it. No a great act of heroism or risk of life is If necessary to protect a child from croup. g Give Chamberlain'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. — 2 March 1912

HOW I COOKED A COMPANYI DINNER. By Martha McCulloch Williams. Being reasonably vain of my cook ing when I go and learn new ways the next thing is to show them off. Hence, my course-dinner-paper bag ged of course. Likewise, a company dinner. It would be a deadly insult to good food evern to think of serving it In courses to one lone feeder. My guests came a trifle late-by the time they had off hats and wraps I was ready to take them in the kitchen. This because of a shrewd suspicion that they thought I had been telling fairy tales-they could not conceive of real food, coming real ly cooked out of a paper bag. My people sniffed gratefully as they entered the adtc.en. Truly things were not half bad, by the smell. It was very mild-hardly more than an agreeable taint. A hot dish sat ready upon the paper covered table. I lifted out the broiler, set it beside the dish, slipped the edge of the dish well under the bag resting upon the broiler, shoved it well to the middle and opened it. Then...

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 March 1912

0 LB llU 2t' EkIr~-r$ jM;, ciir BdWj4AQ e3rM /Fpgv 4 W Y ' n-~le~iluoaonsom y~d~T Dvnv·//jIP&Pna/Af ~ l&P48/P'/K&02&i~P/A/? ^ SYNOPSIS. but alw, The story opens with a scream from est Dorothy March in the opera box of Mrs. dil.ssioner, a wealthy widow. It is oc- a casioned when Mrs. Missioner's necklace his breakls, scattering the diamonds all over the floor. Curtis Griswold and Bru:rton aro Sands, society men in love with Mrs. Mis- to 1 eloner, gather up the gems. Griswold steps on what Is supposed to be the ,ele brated Maharanee and crushes it. A. Hin- whi doo declares it was not the genuine. An ke expert later pronounces all the stones substitutes for the original. One of the slo0 missing diamonds is found in the room i of Elinor Holcomb, confidential compan Ion of Mrs. Missioner. She is arrested, ass notwithstanding Mrs. Missior.er's blliet had in her innocence. Meantimae in an up town mansion, two Hindoos, who are in and America to recover the Maharanee, dis- sh...

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 March 1912

IlIECALDWELL WATCHMAN :I .Ls.!: =d Every Friday . . ALKER, EDITOR ::ntered at the postoffice at Columbia. xa., as second-class inail matter. Subscription-$1 per year in advance Columbia, La., March 2, 1912. School Board Proceedings. Columbia, La., Feb. 20, 1912. Be it remembered that a special tmg:n of the Parish Board of ::c.,ol Directors of the parish of (,ldiweill, State of Louisiana, hed on this 20th day of Februa rv. 1912. at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m.. there were present: ;.,ect,ºa--W. B. Reitzell, G. i. MvcSween, R. A. Vincent, J. A. Meredith, J. M. Sherrod, F. . fashing, R. L. Meredith and J. W. Price. Presiuent, G. T.. McSween. Absent-T. A. Hendrix, Emile Girod. At which meeting, among oth er proceedings had, Director J. Y1. Sherrod offered certain reso lutions and moved their adoption, which motion being duly second ed by Director J. A. Meredith, and thereupon, said resolutions g put to a vote resulted as follows. AyeNs -Directors W. B. Reit zell, G. T. McSween, R. A. Vi...

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