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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 24 February 1911

OALDWELLWATCHMAN 4BY B..MAY, PHG. M. D. (Successor to Dr. J. Q. Graves) .ffice, Columbia Drug Stork COLUMBIA, LA. bior 6 doses "668' will care any iase of Chills and Fever. Price :25 cents, i: Miss O'Ine Godfrey visited Y 4Clarks Saturday. Mr. Tom Dawkins of Moaroe, .pent Sunday in Columbia. if ,troubled with indigestion, (Ca~Siation, no:appetite or feel :bilious, give Chamberlain's Stom ach and 'Liver IEablets a trial and ,you will be pleased with the re sult. These tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and :4tremgthen the digestion. Sold Sby all dealers. ' Mr. H. H. Rogillio spent Wed nesday at Grayson and Clarks on business. Mr. L T. Cameron of Clarks, 'visited friends in Columbia Sun When the bowels become fr " regular you are . unconfortable and the longer this condition exists!the worse ,you feeL You = :an get rid of this: misery quick ' lyty using Herbine. Take a dose on' going to bed and see how fine you feel next day. Price 50c. oRlo ley Columbia Brug Store. Hon. E. T. ...

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 February 1911

THE DEFALCATION AT THE BOROUGH NATIONAL Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, the greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times i3y F rREDEIR CL . GREZI7ALE ooperriht, 191, by W. G. C bapmn) ARK MANLEY-he of 1 M the white hair and the a young-looking f a ce- t was in reminiscent I mood that sparkling I October morning as we I sat in a window of the 1 Park Row building, overlooking the busy t and bustling down- 1 town vista of Broad way from St Paul's t chapel to Bowling Green. For half a genera tion he had been Bul iivant's chosen man to cover the territory below Inspector Byrnes' far mous "dead line," from Fulton street to Whitehall, inclosing the richest square mile on earth, including the diamond and Jewelry houses of John street and Maiden lane equally with the great banking centers and the Stock Exchange. In all these years many famous cases, criminal andu otherwise, had come under his detective ken, yet, be cause Bullivants Limited preferred to work sub-rosa,...

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 February 1911

i ~1 II I I q I Gen. Grant as a Tobacco User r Described As Always Smoking, He Told How, Though Lighting His Cigar Frequently, the Number He Consumed Was Small. After Judge Charles J. Folger, while secretary of 'the treasury, had been nominated for governor of New York, in 1882, it was made apparent that, by reason of certain factional quarrels in the Republican party for which he was not responsible, the danger was grave that Grover Cleveland, then mayor of Buffalo, would defeat him at the November election. It was neces sary for those who were managing the Republican campaign to call forth the utmost resources of the party, and for that reason they decided to urge General Grant to preside at a great campaign meeting which was to be held at the Metropolitan opera house, in New York city. Gen. George H. Sharpe, who in the Civil war had served upon the staff of General Meade, where he had been brought into close relations with Gen eral Grant and who afterwards was speaker of the asse...

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 February 1911

_ IIIECALD WELLWATCHAN Published Every Fsid.e g ?, jWAIAIER, EDrrog Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La., as second-class mail mattet. ulb8cription-$1 per year in advance Columbia, La., Feb. 24, 1911. Hope for Reeomrnation. Mr. Taft's one hope for renom ination rests entirely with Theo dore Roosevelt. The former President alone can break up the Insurgent movement against a Taft renominations, and even he will have to ride the western plains for many months to ac complish that result, and it is very doubtful if he will take that side of the controversy. Mr. Roosevelt's only speech since the November disaster was delivered on December 13th at New Haven. That speech was largely a reiter ation of accepted truisms such as "the rights of man must be par amount in a Republic such as ours." He did say that he was still a radical, "but I am a radi cal who believes that radical policies shoujd be carried out by conservatives." Since then he has been back in his. tent. lis natural dispos...

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. — 3 March 1911

OCALDWELL WATCHMAN Miss Grace Day spent the week e: end with Mrs. Crockett, of Alex , andri. 5 or 6doses "666" will cure any = case of Chills and Fever. Price 25 cents, Mr. Alvin May had as his guest r Sunday and Monday Mr. Willie Thomas, of Clarks. -i Herbine cures constipation and r~e-establishes regular bowel ;.: ovements. Price 50c. :old by SColumhbia Drug Store. Mt Iessrs. L. P. Warner and Dr. O :A.. Biggs, of Grayson, were i business visitors Wednesday. -: Col. Rudolph Haas, the popular representative of Meyer Bros., of Monroo, was here Wednesdays Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering from chronic constipation, headach, biliousness, dizziness, sallowness of the skin and dispepsia. Sold by all dealers. Miss Florence Buie of River ton, and Mr. Ernest Tarver of Clarks, were the guest of Miss J.osie Wear Sunday. The Cumberland Telephone Co. is placing their polls and will soon have their system in opera-I tion. Chamberlain's Stomach ...

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. — 3 March 1911

The Ultimate Problem REMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Brodsky, S physician, whose investigations into psychic phenomena enabled him to cure spiritual diseases ar d to exorcise evil spirits from the bodies of their victims. 4 4 By H. M. EGBERT 4 4 (Copyrlght. 190O. by W. (). Chapman.) (Copyright in (rest Brltain.) URING the two years that I had acted as secretary to Dr. Ivan Brodsky, as sisting him in his psy chical experiments, I had been enabled to build up an active medical practice of my own. My duties were light; often the doc tor did not call upon my services for two or three weeks together. More and more rarely had he done so of recent months, and gradually the conviction, sure, although intui tive, was borne in upon me that the days of our association were num bered. Although comparatively young in years, Brodsky lived through the ex istences of three ordinary men. His early revolutionary career in Poland, his struggles in America, at first for the mere necessities of life, af...

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. — 3 March 1911

I Modernm Cain A TRUE STORY OF THE SECRET SERVICE By COL H. C. WHITLEY Former Ch, , States Secret Service HE barren, rocky little farm in Northern Ver mont, a mile or two e out from the village of Newtown, near the Derby line, was sug S gestive mainly of hard work and small re turns, to the ordinary observer. Its build ings were small and old and out of repair; its fences were sag gtng in places; the orchard, long past its prime, was dy ing out, and the lack of money to buy new trees had prevented the filling up of the vacant places. But in spite of all its drawbacks, the barren, rocky Kittle farm was a glorified place to John Barrows that day in early spring in the fifties; for that day Jane Heath had promised to be his wife. Jane had lived alone in the little house in the village, left to her on the death of her father and mother several years before, and always the families had been friends. She was a beautiful girl, with the glossy black hair, the dark and sparkling blue eyes, ...

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. — 3 March 1911

'THECALDIVELL?!ATCIhIfAN A Published Every Friday B: C S. P WALKER, EDITOR iKell! Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, I oclo La., as second-class mail matter. gero Subscription-$1 per year in advance shot - - lodg Columbia, La., March 3, 1911. Cott Peanuts in Louisiana. beer The principal crop to whic that * the farmers of certain sections of neig Louisiana have turned since the wen boll weevil came to abide with and and worry us is peanuts. In were years gone by when cotton was ing king in two-thirds of the States The ro one thought of peanuts as a behi money crop. Today, many farm- and ers in north Louisiana will tell itsel you that they are making more aboi m ,ney out of peanuts than they D formerly made out of cotton. N. Oa good land, and especially for with a good "live wire" sort of a and farmer back of the business, plac yields of 40 and 50 bushels are' und 'made. The average for the en- fine tire country is about 34 bushels. wit] Yields of 80 bushels and more, however, ar...

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. — 10 March 1911

CALDWELL WATCHMAN S N 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure anry ease of Chills and Fever. Price 26 cents, B Mr. S. S. Gregory of Mt. n Pleasant, was in town Thursday. C Dr., S. G. Hines and wife, of F Grayson, were in town Thusday. E Mrs. S. D. 3: Walker left T Tuesday for a two week's visit to E hdr daughters Misses Bessie A at Tollos and Lottie Walker near R Alexandria. R Herbine cures constipation and R re-establishes regular bowelI movements. Price 50c. Sold by A . Columbia Drug Store. T Rev. H. W. May, pastor M. E. H Church, South. requests us to A announce that he will preach at B Clarks on the third Sunday night 0 in each month and on Saturday N night before the fourth, Sunday T and on each fourth Sunday at C 11 a. m. J Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering from chronic constipation, headach, biliousness, dizziness, sallowness of the skin and dispepsia. Sold by all dealers. E. F. Warner, who is charged ~ with the shooting in Kelly last wee...

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. — 10 March 1911

·: B AD TEETI VS. i Goes HEALTH B Y o9o IP RTY tIoDo cOFw/r oT aRJOo ,'8M. co. CCVPY# YlT DY PERRJON i. C. zif WE BHER are in this country eight fao tories devoted to the manufacture of artificial teeth. Last year the manufacturers sold over 60,000,000 of these teeth and this year they ex pect to sell between 78,000,000 and teeth goes to replace a natural tooth which, if given proper care and attention, should last out one's lifetime. Unclean mouths and teeth , are responsible for these conditions, for it is a fact fully established that less than eight per cent, of the American people use a toothbrush or make any effort to keep their teeth and mouths clean. In order to have good health we must have sound teeth, yet we are permitting our teeth to decay at a pace that is alarming, which, if unchecked, will lead to a nation of broken-down, dyspeptic men and women. The first of the permanent teeth, the first molar, usually appears about the sixth year and for that reason has been desig...

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. — 10 March 1911

The Missing Box Car Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, the greatest inquisy and detective agency of modern times 2y FREDE2IC. 'RE)DDALE (Copyright, 1910, by W. G. Chapman) m THE Occidental bank building, San Francis co, in the private of. flee of O. K. Marden, resident manager for Bullivants Limited, the desk telephone rang in sistently. "0. K." him self answered the call, when the following terse colloquy ensued: "Yes-Bullivants. Mr. Marden on the wire." "This is Patrick Coohon, general traffic agent C. & P., Mr. Marden." "All right, Mr. Cohoon, I get you. What's wanted?" 'This is Bullivants?" "Certainly." "Wanted to be sure, that's all. We're a bit puzzled over here. Can you send a good man for some peculiar work?" "Why, I don't know. You see, all our crack-a-jacks are out on special jobs just now. Must you have a man at once?" "Instantly--else I'll have to try elsewhere." "All right, Mr.- Cohoon-I'll attend to the matter in person. Be over right away. Good-by." ...

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. — 10 March 1911

llE CALDWELL WATCHMIAN Published Every Friday '. P. WALKER, ErD'rOR Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, La.; as sedond-class mail matter. Subscription-$1 per year in'advance SColumbia, . La., March 10, 1911. Porceedings Police Jury. f Columbia, Caldweil parish, r S' La., March 6, 1910. r Police Jury met ir regular ses- t Eion with all members present. Minutes of the last regular .meeting Jan. 16th, read, and on I motion carried, adopted. On motion carried, B. T. Mix is hereby made overseer of the c Fourth Division of the Columbia L and Moliroe road, east bank, in- f stead of the third division, and f W:. . McPherson is hereby ap- i pointed overseer of the third di- I vision, Columbia and 'Monroe t road, east bank. I Sam Fitzgerald is hereby ap pointed overseer of the second r division of the Kentucky road, f 'vice T. M. Fitzgerald, over age. ( On motion carriek, Luther t Dunn ishereby transferred from Kelly and Newport road to sec ond division Buckskin road, and, James Stamper fr...

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 March 1911

^ n i A ý { A'AION5 WLAIJHY WI r TT Ameria widows .ý vwý.bALD y/AT t, iI :Iv , LTHY American widows . .RS ~~. ... .......- ..... 5 Y iEALTHY American widows :, have come in recent years to to play a most important part in several important divisions of the world's affairs. It is not, either, merely here in the United States that these mon ;. eyed women are making their on influence felt. On the con i trary, their influence has pro ven fully as potent in many t - circles abroad-so much so, indeed, that the good people of Europe have been compelled to sit up and take notice of the American widows as a class ' well worthy to rank with any subdivision of 4 society abroad (not even excepting the nobil '? it ly), if the comparison be made on the basis of gowns or millinery or jewelry or any of the other standards by which the feminine world sets such store. Here in the United States it would be diffi cult to name a sphere in which the wealthy widows have not been exerting tremendous...

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 March 1911

THE CALD WELL WATCHMIAN Published Every Friday S P. WALKER, EDITOR En1*ercd at the postoffice ac Columbia, a., as second-class mail matter. Subscription-$l1 per year in advance Columbia, La., March 17, 1911. Of Interest to the Farmers of Louisiana. According to information fur nished by the U. S. Department of Commerce and Labor, 6,527, 600 gallons of cottonseed oil 'were produced in Louisiana in 1909. .T.ais was worth approximately $2,611,040. This is a consider able amount of money and the market which demands this pro duct is an important one to the people of the state. This fact has led men who wish to see oleommargarine take the place of butter to make it appear that the manufacture of oleomar garine furnishes one of the great est if not the greatest reasons for this market demand. But such is not the case. In fact the valve of the cottonseed oil used in the manufacture of this product is so small in comparison that it is not worthy of the least consid eration, especially when ...

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