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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 8 November 1912

JALDWELL WATCHM N Ilub-My-Tism will cure you, i 1 the Roo:te."crows again. 'X pay 3 1-2 p ,r cent interest ir' annum on time deposits- c.al:well PBank. I, ,,k .on page 3 for full account r'' T: ,: slay's National election. , (doses (i66 will break any ' :i' Chills and Fever; and if  : a tonic the Fever ;will '.: ~ ',rn. Price 25c. Walro,, II r ,oodl -il .h vow ', rent for ie..d; Vi, b;uy ii :I;lity and price ace right. W. A ,YNu:. Calomel is Bad it Simmons' Liver Purifier is i'tftully pleasant and its ac I: is thorough. Constipation 1, iliousness goes., A trial ,ir.ces. [In yellow tin boxes .1 Tried once used always. i;. T. J. Waggoner is having store building moved to her , Main street where it will 'ined to be occupied by J. " a:rnes. A Great Building Falls .rin its foundation is under I',led, and if the foundation of ';lh good digestion-is at S:.:1. quick collapse follows. H h~e first signs of indigestion, k'. Kink's New Life Pills should taken to tone the stomach regulate l...

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 November 1912

4 ..J / / . / -/ mo.\ 1i.# 12 t. 12 SYNOPSIS. Enid] Maltland, a frank, free and un spoilled young Philade:lphia cgirl, is taken to thli, Colorado mountains Iby her uncle. Robert Maitland. Jan:es Armstrong, Maitliand's protege, falls in I.vwe with her. I-Hs perslstent wooing thrills the girl, but she hesitates, and Armn.trrong go's cast ini businesa without a definite answer. Enid hears the story of ai milming onri neer, Newbold. whose ife fe(ll off a clitY and was so sariously hIrt that ho: was compelled to shoot her to prevent her be ing "ateon by wolves widle he wentt for help. Klrkby. the old guide who tells the story, gives Enid a pac.nag . of letters Shihch he says were loi:rni on the dead woman's body. She rea,;.; tie letters and at Kirkrhy's request keeps themn. While b-athing !n mountain stre:am Enid is at taked by a bear, whiclr is mrnytriousl shot. A storm adds to the girl's terror. A sudden deluge transform brook intot, raging torrent, which :we ps Enid into gorge. where ...

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. — 8 November 1912

Wilson and Marshall Sweep the Country in Tuesday's Election LANDSLIDE FOR DEMOCRACY OVER TAFT AND TEDDY Roosevelt Defeats Taft in Large Majority of States and Wins More Electoral Votes Than the President--New York Goes Heavily for Wilson, Illinois for Roosevelt. TAFT RUNS THIRD IN SOUTH - i`C Wilson Gets Practically a Solid East and South, and His Plurality in Electoral College May Equal All Previous Re cords---Safe Lead in Indiana and Ohio Appears Democratic. Medill McCormick for Roosevelt Claims Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois, and California Looks That Way on Early Returns- Bull Moose Candidate Draws Heavy Vote From Both Democrats and Republicans, as Based on 1908 Result. Western Newspaper Union News Servle. Chicago, Nov. 5.-Wilson and Mar shall have swept the country. The Democratic nominees for president and vice president are assured of a by la it l ht 1{pelectoral college the complete returns are in from all states this plurality may be record breaking in its magnitude...

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. — 8 November 1912

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN rc'ii:ised Every Friday S. P. WAIKER, EDITOR .t, r f.r, at the nostofice at Columbia, . -.. , . nd-c.ia; s a.! matter. ':,svription -- 1 per year in advance ' ' ia. La., Nov. 8, 1912. The Election. :E i, iat.: returns assure the , ,.!in of Woodrow Wilson for l irt with one of the great .:1 majorities any president has r received. Roosevelt seems , e second in the race with Sa had third. The Demo, :,s have gained strength in ,:",ress and will gain several T'ie, _.ilc.tion in this parish was , iit and the vote was as * <.: Wilson 36d; Taft 18; I),. :i (; l-:oosevelt 18. T',e I Democratic nominees for I",.,,-rs of School Board were aii (e:.sted except in Ward 8, wii elected D. H. Curry over i ;',,::. Brown, the nominee, by ; .I .:J:ority. All of the amend nlelits were defeated. fhe vote on the constitutional amendments in this parish were ;,a; J'ollows : No. 1, for 70, against 257; No. 2. for 28, against 261; No. 3, for j 49. against 233; No. 4, for 51, ag...

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 November 1912

It - rnrl Ii V : :i~i 1 h- ~~'9iI 7: ~~M ldlP~B ·S1:·A ~ 1 19 · / SYNOPSIS. Enid Maitland, a frank, free and un 9Dolled young Phallndelpltla girl, is taken jp the Colorado mountains by her uncle, obert MatlJand. James Armstrong, altland's protege. falls in love with her. ps Dersistent wooin;g thrills the girl. but she hesitates, and Armstrong goes east n r business wtithout a definite answer. olnd hears the st ory of a mining engi neer, Newbold, whose wife fell off a cliff and was so seriousty hurt that he was rompelled to shoot her to prevent her he ing eaten by wolv,, whlle he went for help. Kirkby, the old guide who tells the story, gives Enid a pack:tge of letters Which he says were found on the dead woman's body. She i'eads the letters and at Kirkby's request keeps them. While bathing In mountain. stream Enid is at tacked by a bear, which is mysteriously shot. A storm adds to the girl's terror. A sudden deluge trilnsforins brook into laging torrent. which sweeps Enid into gorge...

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 November 1912

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN i'..b~ihed Every Friday , S. P. WALKER, EDITOR Entered at the postoffice at Columbia. La., as second-class mail matter. Subscription-$S per year in advance Cl&jmd!ia, La.. Nov. 15, 1912. Newspapers and Their Affairs. On October 1st the new law went into effect by which Con gr has prescribed the condi tions under which the periodical publications of the United States may be admitted to the mails. 11; c,ne important detail it differs from any previous post-office law ever passed. Heretofore the postal laws have prohibited the use of the mails by persons en gasged in fraudulent enterprises, and forbidden the admission of ituin'&; nt and otherwise obnoxious liKer.ature, and of articles that woul': injure the mail-bags; but thi is believed to be the first at tct.ipt to prescribe conditions, ihr than the payment of pos ta;e, on which absolutely inno- e cent matter may be transmitted. t There are several forms of re- e striction that the new law im- h poses...

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. — 15 November 1912

CALDWELL WATCHMA WANTEO-A good milch cow. Will buy .if quality and price are rig!,t. W. A. BYNUM. Mr. T. T. Webb of Monroe, wa:: .huý; -:ess visitor Thursday. R )-Mv-Tism will cuere you. J K.~ e A. A. Gunby ,f Monroe, . ~' 'hornilill is in .lena tl.i;" ',owa l., at0,.lndinr,: the session ofr'Cea of aaz:.,ietl, you would have such an a;:mtit ;ake Ch:unherlain's Tabi.,; s. They not only create a hea'thy appe it,,, but strengthun the stomach anrd enahle it to do the work c n':toraily. For sale by all dealers. We pay 3 1-2 per cent interest a p.r annum on time deposits- u Ca!dwell Bank. rs. J. E. Ray won the blue riblhr)n at the Calhoun and Mon re fain on Irish crochet. Mr. C. P. Carroll spent Satur- g day and Sunday with his family a in Ruston. u Don't waste your money buy. C ing strengthening plasters. Z Chamberlain's Liniment is cheap er and better. Dampen apiece of l; flannel with it and bind it over ti the affected parts and it will re- c' lieve the pain and soreness. For p sale b...

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. — 15 November 1912

is 1 A a I S SWhen SBuing I Baing g I Powder SFor this is the $ 1 baking powder g that"makesthe * I baking better." I I It leavens the I Ifood evenly I I throughout; uffs Sit up to airy hglht Iness, makes it de lightfully appetiz- r ing and wholesome. Remember, Calu met is moderate in I I price--highest in a ' quality.   Ask your grocer for   Calumet. Don't take a e 3 substitute. ' RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS. Worlds Pure Food xposaltlon. d Chicago. linoiels. Parir Expositiel 3 'Franes, March, 18L. prr or g-cmeNppowe. I p' '"$ madde. B1yuCoa;lic'. Its ame r economncal -- mnos wlolcmr -- glss t E tii FRIGHTFUL HANDICAP. b Beryl-Poor young Stickleby! Hfe had to give up studyiSng for a do tor, cibyl-Lack of brainst • Beryl-No; he found he couldn't ralse a Vandyke beard. Enterprising. In a section of :Washington, says Harper's Magazine, where there are a number of restaurants, one enter prising concern has displayed in great Illuminated letters,: "OpIen All Night" Next to it was a restaura...

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 November 1912

1 2 CALDWELL WATCHMAN WANTED-A good milch cow. Will buy if quality and price are rig r W. A. BYNUM. .'. i. H.. BHi1k( of: Monru-, v-:':tlr !i :, ,,. , i'i' i' i1r e Youad y. A. t t or n: y e ry S a nd el. . f (lit*It:1 a .);:e!:Lily :Ippe9 501:11l.l1'' inl the nor thi . retur~ne ( Sti', brdt, Itn. is the gutI of h;isa thu gh ýtlir,i Its. tr. tit tH._ worow ll:'t wasto your : maone y ba - iL strin;theing . a pl deasters. Camttorlin's inieL nty Sandel. cheF s:r nd .ie in the Iampti.n a pIieceof flannel with it and b~ind it over the a~pected parts anrd it will re live the pain:' and is the gus. Forf hs sale b~y all dealers. tult'r. J C. )rEaso. . f the 5thr: l:ºiit wVaste your money bluy waring strengd throening plaster s.n rou·te homine this week fromn an eChamberlain's inimet o pont is incheap Mr;. T. A. Mler~edlih returned Sundla\ f!irom C:,athl;; n, wherei h* er and better. oampen a piecvisit of several flannel with it and erind it over thet is aected pleasu ae to tell reyou lieve ...

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 November 1912

lb '~J 47 ?£ o FOR THE SCHOOLGIRLl CLASSROOM AND STREET STYLES IN THE VOGUE. Principal of Fashionable Boarding School Practically Dictates What Should Be Worn-Useful and Pretty Norfolk Jacket. There is a fashionable boarding school in New York which prescribes to the last garment the sort of clothes the boarding misses must wear. The principal reserves the right to send back the garments which strike her as too elaborate for school life, and whether the girl's parents are millionaires or not it matters little. One-piece stuff frocks, and plain flan nel and wash blouses, with suitably plain skirts for classroom wear, a tailored suit or a wool dress for street wear, a muslin dance frock and one Inexpensive silk or veiling gown these are all the costumes allowed, As to the flavor of them, it is simplicityt personified. And since the principal of this school is a power in the so clal and business world there are moth ers and shops copying her ideas for high school and college urse, with...

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. — 22 November 1912

'17 '. _ _I/ / IIv SYNOPSIS. Enid Maitland, a frank. free and un ;Spoiled young Phalladelphia girl, is taken to the Colorado mountains by her uncle. Robert Maitland. James Armstrong. Maitland's protege, falls in love with her. His persistent wooing thrills the girl, but she hesitates, and Armstrong goes east on business without a definite answer. Enid hears the story of a mining engt neer, Newbold, whose wife fell off a cliff and was so seriously hurt that he was compelled to shoot her to prevent her be Ing eaten by wolves while he went for help. Kirkby, the old guide who tells the story, gives Enid a package of letters which lie says were found on the dead woman's body. She reads the letters and at Kirkby's request keeps them. While bathing in mountain stream Enli is at tacked by a bear, which is mysteriously shot. A storm adds to the girl's terror. A sudden deluge transforms brook into raging torrent, which sweeps Enid into gorge, where she is rescued by moun taln hermit after a t...

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. — 22 November 1912

1LL WATCHMAN A.vy Friday : 7 ·rdt eat Columbiba. .al latter. Ip: r 1 ':Lr in adtance ', 22. 1912. Ott::f' pei ii a pe le ejoying ir b.smt 'e than asv t1 tIK i 11V.-;~ (i ic'a freedomn, set a:part. t;' S mii make an ac : , her. i :1 .' such -( :cf :ill (io;'i \· ·~ -· ~ ·. .···r ;;f tier's thoil; B never he i 'I Al : thtei' dav. dl : .: I* is essentiall) : ; til;\ r nionls alt ovei I 'ii ''11 at home and I (cnom he look- for .i t with longing and ':,4 t'r'rt . a ds Cay when-save h i.:'a tK'bert oiies who art v.: it ' tr us in the great I"';n n the family circle will be .1i ai hrst to the Puritans '111 . ( 1and, whose pleas ii( r' s",emn. somheraantl so'" ) 's 1Mita religion was simpl' ,til;(; .:, ti' ; in ts teaching and in ie day, like marry antir u Uiia': of purely reiig ious ,,gnh i:'amnce, has gone to the oiimir erx :-ml, and has come t( In' r. cognized as the day that _:i !: closes the outdoor tanrpl:mi s,; rts of the summer Ia a sCasons. In short, it has bt'eco( na day of recre...

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 November 1912

CALDWELL WATCHMN WANTED--A good milch'cow. Will buy if quality and price are right. W. A. BYNUM. Dr. J. A. Biegs of Grayson, spent Thursday here. The boy's appetite is (,iten the source of amazement. If you! would have such an app.:rite take Chamlberlain's Tablets. They not only! create a healt:ay appe tite, lut. strengthen tihe stomach and eaii)!e it to di, the work naturally. Fur sale by, all dealers. Mr. W. O. Meredic was here on business Thursday. Don't waste your money buy ing strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's Liniment is cheap er and better. Dampen a piece of flannel with it and bind it over the affected parts and it will re lieve the pain and soreness. For sale by all dealers. Mr. J. C. Harper of Jena, was a business visitor Monday. "It is a pleasure to tell you that Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is the best cought medicine I have ever used," writes Mrs Hugh Cgmpbell, of Lavonia, Ga. "I have used it with all my chil dren and the results hav.e been highly satisfactory." For ...

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 November 1912

It may be all right for a man to have 3: past, if it will only stay past. Dr.Plerce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and in vig lr'ate stonmach,liverand bowels. Surarcoated, stwy granules. Easy to take s candy. Adv. The first thing the average hired girl does is lock in the c(loset and size -gp the family skeleton. 'A a summer tonic there is no medicine that quite compares with OY IDINE. It not only builds up tl, system. but t1·ken reg .:larlv, prevcnt.s Mabria. Regular or Taste tess formula at Druggists. Adv. Chance. "I always embrace an opportu nity." "llut, then, you must lie careful you are not hugging a delusion." Too Great Expectations. First Angler-Look, this fish was almost caught before; see the broken hook in its mouth. Second Angler-It should have had .sense enough to steer i'lear of hooks after that. First Angler-Oh, come, you can't expect a fish to exhibit more sense than a human being.--loston Trans .crlpt. Smelled a Grafter. A Bloston clubman recently returned from a visi...

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