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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 12 April 1912

A Third of Your Time Is, or Shold be Spent in Bed Why not, then have your Bed Room Furniture of the comfortable kind. Just as well to have it stylish too, which can and will be the case if your furniture is purchased from The Mon roe Furniture Company. Bed Room Suits as as low as $18.00, well made and nice ly finished. Also a complete line of all (I J+t ýi7'r. ý `1'f º the newest patterns in Colo i) jnial, Louis XIV, Napolean, , etc., in all the new woods and finishes. It is not too EARLY to begin thinking about your summer needs. How about a new Refrigerator for this summdr? We have two cars bought, so are in a position to fill your wants to your advan tage. Write us today. YOU WILL ENJOY TRADING AT THE WHIOLESALE nRETAIL 132-1 endS EMoresn. 132-138 North Second St. Monroe, Louisiana. ýýlýýp ý ,ý ,1110 , . I CALDWELL WATCHMAN Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Walker spent Thursday in Monroe. Attorney Randle of Menroe, was here Wednesday on legal business. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain 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 April 1912

WHY PEOPLE GO60 TO T CANADAl Those who are wondering why the number of Americans going to Canada 0 year by year increases in the rates that it does, would not be no surprised were they to accompany one of the numerous excursions that are being run under the auspices of the Govern- (W7 ment from several of the states, and /U remain with the settler until he gets Ja onto the free homesteads, which, as stated by Speaker Champ Clark, in the U. S. senate the other dlay, comprises 160 acres of the most fertile soil and with remarkably easy settlement con ditions. Then watch the results, whether it be on this free homestead of 160 acres or on land which he may FRUI purchase at from $15. to $20. per acre, fully as good as the $100. and $150. per acre land of his native state, and By which his means will not permit his Al purchasing. On the part of the mem- cine, bers of the U. S. Senate and Congress gree there is nothing but praicw for Canada. ery. Canadian laws and Canadian lands al- fact ...

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. — 12 April 1912

cir H oL IkCUISIALNCL 'Y MARRY IIVINO O REENE Ardhor of"Yosonde of the Wildemess" Ilhlsusltioon %W ?1.~rrue 0. Ksutner COPVMOwy 1910 Iy W.O.Q14lPHfae o 1 A CHAPTERR I. That was a rather peculiar crime, the robbing of my Uncle Abner's safe. It was cleverly planned, opportunely 1 timed and successfully executed. It was a good haul, too. Forty thousand dollars in crisp coin of the realm is pretty high pay for almost any crim !!al for a few hours' work and rislk, and that is what the perpetrator got out of it You will notice that I said "crim inal." I did that to distinguish it from the operation of a gang of thieves; for as it turned out it was the work of a single Individual and not the combination of effort of a coterie. That made it still more difficult to solve. As a chain is no stronger than its weakest link, so is the cunning of a combination of mena no keener than the wits of its dullest member. 'IbThat is why conspiracies generally come to grief-somebody turns out to be weak. I...

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. — 12 April 1912

T ACALDWELL WATCHMAN Pu i hed Every Friday 1. \V. W!.KER, EnIToR cI 1 t' at thf Ipstofice at Columbia. . -c ass ~mail matter. ( itlion" -1 1r Ve'ar in advance Cuni bia. La., April 12, 1912. i Nf:w Pi'n cf Handling Freight '.1yv plan of handling fast fj b ii ielnts onl the Mis 1) . .(1 Mil-I)i Mountain sys .is expected to prove j' iK. xwit I the patrons was i A ri l 1st. The impor P;. rrn: the Plrompt infor r. I! eniippens regarding 'flP n e. of their freight. a ur this new method com i UtC:C iieedl for transporta tin Ii vliedd into tweo classes I : a.1'0i ordinary freight. 1 i 10r(11 group includes all a · ~ihal.: gts, foodstuffs, fur n n i ach ineriy, dry goods, :..e, oils, hardware, all im ;p o!:i export freight, and V i i heV (:flcommodities. Or c Ci ! lreigh is non-perishable :11 is n ple up of all shipments v1ih d0 o not come within the c:.kcsention of red ball. Al district terminals on the s:stv'er have been) designated as in boll stations,''," and a symbol I"ttrl' !and a seri...

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 April 1912

A Third of Your Time Is, or Shold be Spent in Bed Why not, then have your Bed Room Furniture of the comfortable kind. Just as well to have it stylish too, which can and will be the case if your furniture is purchased from The Mon roe Furniture Company. --.. -. Bed Room Suits as as low as $18.00, well made and nice ly finished. Also a complete line of all the newest patterns in Colo i nial, Louis XIV, Napolean, I V - etc., in all the new woodls Sand finishes. It is not too EARLY to begin thinking about your summer needs. How about a new Refrigerator for this summer? We have two cars bought, so are in a position to fill your wants to your advan tage. Write us today. YOU WILL ENJOY TRADING AT THE WHOLESALE iRETAIL 132-138 North Second St. Monroe, Louisiana. isl l an CALDWELL WATCHMAN Judge A. A. Gunby of Monroe, was here on legal business Mon day. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by ...

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 April 1912

IRIBE IS ISOLATED PR Oe India Forbids Entrance of White On Men to Abor Country. _s Natives Occupy Slopes of Himalayan Be Range and Have Strange Mode of tu Living-Villages Are Well Fortified. London.-The various sects com prising die Abor tribe may be said to pro occupy the slopes of the Himalayan range in the vicinity of the Dibong Od and Dihang rivers, tributaries of the the great itrahmaputra as it debouches from the watershed which divides our tcrritory in Assam from the regions of Tibet, says the Westminster Ga ze' e. Although Abors may at times be seen in the hazars of Sadiya our advanced frontier post, rno white man has as yet penetrated into the Abor country, the policy of the government of India being the rigid exclusion of one arid all from this "no man's land" except the lawful owners. There are kindred tribes, viz., the Mishmi Abors to the east and the Daphia Abors to the west, which are more or less of a peaceful character; but the for Abors are of a very different natur...

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. — 19 April 1912

ce lASH of IRCUMSIANCE - IlARRY VMINQ OREENE Ardhor QrfYosonde of the WTildemess" lus.actions by Magnue 0. Kaftner COPEUone sew w.o.asOpA *,Irg u.: 2 s SYNOPSIS. am fort] Abner Halliday. a miserly millionaire, fron is found gagged, bound and insensible in eu his room, his safe rifled and $40,000 miss- U ing. The thread of the story is taken up beec by his nephew Tom. Living in the same belo house are other relatives; reckless Bruce Halliday and pretty Clare Winton. en ( am CHAPTER Ile-(Continued.) iug othE I happened to meet Bruce one day ing at our noon luncheon. It was Satur- will day afternoon and my work was tin- eart ished for the week. He.came into the that place where I sat and dropped heavily into a seat beside me. His appearance hay caused me to whirl upon him. His face was drawn tense as the skin of thou a drum, his eyes were heavy as you though with a great weariness, and ing; his hands aspen in their shakiness. quip He had the haunted look of a man spe who has been crush...

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. — 19 April 1912

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday S. P. WALKER, EDITOR Entered at the postoffice atColumbia, L:i., as second-class mail matter. Subscription-$1 per year in advance Columbia, La., April 19, 1912. Floods in the Mississippi Valley. Following a winter of heavy snows came a spring of heavy rains, with the result that all of the streams that feed the Missis sippi river have been running full for many weeks. The first week of April marked a period of great destruction, beginning at Hickman, Ky., and extending gradually almost to New Orleans. This country is just completing the great Panama canal at an Expense of 350 millions. The task which France assumed and was unable to finish was taken up, eight years ago, by President Roosevelt's administration, back ed by the Congress of the United States, and completed at a cost of 350 millions of dollars. The lesson of this work is that instead of squandering this money through a period of a hundred years, as has been done on the levee s...

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. — 26 April 1912

A Third of Your Time is, or Shold be Spent in Bed Why not, then have your Bed Room Furniture of the comfortable kind. Just as well to have it stylish too, which can and will be the case if your furniture is purchased from The Mon roe Furniture Company. Bed Room Suits as as low as $18.00, well made and nice ly finished. Also a complete line of all I the newest patterns in Colo nial, Louis XIV, Napolean, Setc., in all the new woods and finishes. I.t is not too EARLY to begin thinking about your summer needs. How about a new Refrigerator for this summer? We have two cars bought, so are in a position to fill your wants to your advan tage. Write us today. YOU WILL ENJOY TRADING AT THE I WHOLESALE TRETAIL 132.138 North Second St. Monroe,Louisiana. tota CALDWELL WATCHMAN Fish are biting fine, but bait is 'scarce. - In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by 3 all druggists. Judge Geo. Wear is i...

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. — 26 April 1912

44 Bu. to the Acre is a heavy yield, but that's what John Kennedyof. I Fl monton,Alberta, Western Canada, got from 40 acres of 8pring Wheatin 1l910. Reports, friometherdistric'sinthat prov inco thowedother excel Slent results-such as 4. 000 bushels of wheat] from 1lO acres or 081-t be. peacre. 4,30and40 * busbelyleldswere num erous. As high as 182 bushels of oats to the acre werethreshed from Alberta leldaisfn 1910. The Silver Cup at the recent Spokane fair was awarded to the Alberta Govemmentfor itsexhibitof rains,grasnesad Vesetables. Ieportsofexcellent ields for 1910 come also from skatchewan and Manitoba In Western Canada. Free homesteads of 960 acres, and adjoining pre S emptions of 960 acres (at 83 per acre) are to be had li the choicestdietrlcts. Schools convenient cli I mate excellent, soll the t1 very best, railwayslose at hand, buildin lumber cheap, f uoIeasy toget and I reasonable in price, water easily procured, aizedj farming a success. Wrlte as to best place for set tl...

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. — 26 April 1912

di --Q a.. 41® __ , "Forty Thousand Dollars of Money That I Tolled and Schemed and Saved For Gone Into the Pockets of Loafing Thieves." rke LASHof IRCUIMSTANCE x I1ARRY IRVING O3EENE Author cfYosonde of the WildemeSS 4 IIIastrastons 1e Ma rns O. Kettner co8Mw &O w. .OAmAN2 ; ý. a 6 8YNOPSIS. Abner Halliday, a miserly millionaire. Is found gagged, bound and insensible in his room, his safe rifled and $40,000 miss g. The thread of the story is taken up by his nephew Tom. Living In the same use are other relatives; reckless Bruce alliday and pretty Clare Winton. Bruce, who is a bond broker, has been trying to ratse $10,000 to put through a deal and save himself from finacial ruin. He has applied to his miserly uncle and to others for the loan but has been refused. CHAPTER III.-(Continued.) sand doabil's of money that I tolled and schemed and saved for gone into 4 the pockets of loafing thieves. And I was going to put it in the batk the first thing Monday morning. Oh, it's terrible-...

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 April 1912

TE CALD WELL WATCHMAN Published Every Friday im SO0 S. P. WALKER, EITroR ek Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Fr La., as second-class mail matter. to, Subscription-$l per year in advanceth -~ th Columbia, La., April 26, 1912. on CGen. Frederick D. Grant is dead. He was a good man, but de hi: chief claim to fame lies in cu tihe fact that he was the son of ,.o his father. w; The Mississippi floods continue w unabated, and the damage in- a creases as the crest of the tide ac moves southward. Large areas ai in north Louisiana and southeas- A tern Arkansas have been flooded A hby breaks in the levees on the ag Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers and the damage has been great. of Bi Northern newspapers are pub- v( lishing a story to the effect that pi the captain of a transatlantic liner min tol(l a passenger his orders were to make "Heaven, hell or New M York in five days." For the ar sake of brevity, the specific men- er tion of New York might have at been omitted. For in the opinion a...

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