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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 17 October 1913

OL. XXVII (OLrUMBIA, LA., FRII)AY, )OCTOBER 7, 1:1.1:5 LINER BURNS IN MIDO-CEAN; 136 ARE LOST Life Boats Are Dashed to Pieces in Gale and Passengers Drowned. ARE POWERLESS TO AID THOUSANDS ON OTHER STEAM SHIPS WATCH THE TERRI PYING SPECTACLE. EXPLOSION ADDS TO TERROR Survivors Are Finally Rescued When Storm Abates-Captain Last to . Leave the Doomed Vessel. Western Newspaper U'nnion News RHrvice. London.-While thousands of people -passengers on Trans-Atlantic liners -looked on powerless to render aid, one hundred and thirty-six persons lost their lives when the steamship Volutrno of the Uranium line, was de stioyed by fire in mid-ocean. This latest tragedy of the seas was due not to the failure of other steam ers to respond to the call of the wire less, but to the fact that a terrific gale was blowing, making all attempts to remove the passengers from the ill fated ship fruitless. Ten steamships, called to the spot by the distress sf nal of the wireless, sIrrounded the Vo turno while...

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 October 1913

"The Curse that Lurks in a Gambler3 GoldJ? How the $2,000,000 Lured by Al Adams, the "Policy King" from the Poor and Ignorant Is Vanishing Out of the Hands of His amily and Bringini Them Nothin s ,It Goes--Just a1 H[e ý fished It Wou A EW YORK.-The news that Wal ter C. Adams had declared him self a bankrupt directs attention to the curse that is commonly be lieved to lurk in gambler's gold. The money that is earned by gambling never "sticks," according to a com mon adage, and by another we are informed that what comes easily goes In the same way. Walter C. Adams is a son of Al J. Adams, the "policy king," who, start ing his earning life as a brakeman on a railway train, ended with a fortune of $2,000,000, extorted from the poor and credulous in a policy shop. Adams, after serving a term in Sing Sing for swindling, said angrily to a friend, who wished to effect a recon dliation with his alienated family: "Don't talk to me about them. I bate them all. They waste my money. They'll neve...

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 October 1913

h&WOMAN A o elfr Albert T erhune founded on WI//iPm C cde MAleY PldY 2' E a,,, flusmd add PordBRh Afe?/q ,l D/am'7 k/nya.7 r SYNOPSIS. Congressman Standish and the Woman, believing themselves in love. spend a trlal w'eek as man and wife in a hotel I i northern New York under assumed' names. The Woman awakens to the fact that she does not love Standish and calls their engagement off. Standish protests undying devotion. Wanda Kelly, tele phone girl at the Hotel Keswick, Wash ington. is loved by Tom Blake, son of the political boss of the house. He proposes marriage and is refused. She gives as one of her reasons her determination to get revenge on Jim Blake for ruining her father, Congressman Frank E. Kelly. Congressman Standish, turned insurgent, is fighting the Mulline bill, a measure in the interests of the railroads. The ma chine is seeking means to discredit Stand ish in the hope of pushing the bill through. Robertson, sen-in-law of Jim Blake, and the latter's candidate for 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. — 17 October 1913

e ur h:joist Every Friday Si. P.* A A ir `I,. Lni~iºoi: nthe thi'l' estnfmie EI ( a'olun moveme !-Cwhieb wil matter. Sub~~~- 1 lt'i er ye(ar in advam Columbia, La., Oct. 17, 1f91 Gvodi RoathL Pay Well. Avoid ~ ~ i teaieCu he Medicies. If yo want t h ontiuteg i 1)i; Il r t( igl \\'1 vay's is a rectly ~ t' too- bh cc eneofit ofl -'º r r .!t is estimatr'º] ii $Oan at'ive lr brland tliao'Inu n tkii~ to (lS mea ue eu eic es ta co ta n' codine, erne heroad,; and ot ) -sreatis wheil Miouha h ia v I c g o r ; c ol .t A n e x p re css Ctoratfl. l 1':il C : ,0a erlaminosii all Sntý týec . re ton i) 1 l doorSi of t i. what i~s will edliiiTa nato he '.r ;,, t~ towxn and wxill a :'cea s.. .v iu; of time(1 . In Tc'l:as ;u.tic: heiy the ualtreers are activn in a uilsfint grood oads and ,lie hati is contiguoum to goo hinever r slt have advanced many nhi!obr;li Of dollars in vale.i MdissourI is ao wrth sttide ehiuh has ?:."' Iup. t:) the impiortanc~e of liavingr good roads and Gov e'inor 2d;jo. is t...

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 October 1913

VOL. XXVII COLUMBIA, LA., Fr1IDY, OCTOBER .4, 1.13. - ° ...._.~-____-7...,.:nrrrr MRS. PANKKHURST I NEW ORDERED AIMITTED PRESIDENT ILSON COMES TO AID OF BRITISH MILITANT SUFFRAGETTE. MUST BE "GOOD" WHILE HERE Famous Leader Promises Not to Preach Violence-Must Leave When Lecture Tour Ends. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Washington.-After having been de nted entrance to the United States by the immigration authorities at New York and held a prisoner pending an appeal to the commissioner of immi gration at Washington, Mrs. Emmaline' Pankhurst, the British militant suf fragette, was ordered released and given permission to go where she pleased in the United States, with the understanding that she leave the country when she completes her lee- Fo ture engagements. filed Mrs. Pankhurst piomised to be cutiv "good" while she remained in this the I country, assuring the authorities that she had no intention of preaching mili tancy to the suffragettes of this counq- M try. An order rel...

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 October 1913

IIIG ARI HUSBAND? Wh BrokeA $35000.000. Marrs W ILL the million-dollar estate that Robert Wilsor Goelet is offering to his beautiful wife win her back to him? The ,members of fashionable society in this country are wondering whether "Bob by" Goelet's latest bid for his wife's favor will prove successful in the con test between her desire for freedom and an artistic career and Bobby's de sire for her to return to him as his wife. It all depends, says society, on how ardent her desire to go on with her painting and how deep and wide the chasm between them has grown dur ing the four months that Mrs. Goelet has maintained a separate establish snent at Newport. During these :months her husband, loving her dear ,ly and yearning to go with her, has ,divided his time between his Cana dian camp and the new estate he is developing near Goshen, N. Y., always iplanning new ways of lavishing money ,n the girl he married. On one side in this interesting con test is the husband offering his wares ...

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 October 1913

AhWOMAN Albert A Noilý'1 Pýew~o d Terhune founded on Wiism . doe MIIe Play. ý ,ýs, Z CLý, AGusalted hoth P 1otoIM te P/ay Dratud D 6my kZAmrW SYNOP81. Congressman Standish and the Woman, believing themnselves in love, spend a trial week as man and wife in a hotel in northern New York under assuimed names. The Woman awakens to the fact that she does not love htandish and calls their eng;agenllit offt'. Standish protests undying devotion. W\anda Kelly, tell' phone girl at tll, Hotr KeswicK, T'ust ington. is loved by 'l'In Blake, son of the political boss of the louse. He proposes marriage and is refused. She gtlve. as one of her reasons her dete'riinhionl to get revenge on Jim Blake for ruining her lathier, t ongresmuan Frank E. hetily. Congressman Standish, turned immsurglent. ls higutiig thle Muliins bill, a measuare in the interests of thie railroads. 'lI ih ma chine is s'eaimng means .uo discredit Stand ish in ti' hope of pushlng the bill through. Robertson, son-in-law of .nll 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. — 24 October 1913

THE CALDWELL WATCIIMA Published Every Friday S. P. WALKER, EDITOR Entered at the postoffice at Columbi. La., as second-class mail matter. Subscription-$1 per year in advance Columbia, La., Oct. 24, 1912.1 The Fair Last Week. The Parish Fair held here last week was in every way a com plete success, despite the fact that it rained in spasmodic show ers during the entire three days of the festivities. The exhibits in every department were excep tionally good; some were remark ably fine, considering this the first fair held and the short time in which it was arranged. It was well attended by people from all sections of North Louis iana, and all who came commend ed it most liighly. This is merely an example of what our parish may do and what our people, our country folk can produce, and we believe the exhibition of our products, and the drawing together of our citizens in friendly competition for premiums on their products and live stock, will bring forth good fruit, and that next year o...

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 October 1913

A Fine Stallion My Fine Stallion LOCHINVAR will serve this season a few select mares at Belle Vue, Colu mbi a, L a. This is one of the finest horses in the State and is entitled to registration. $15 for first colt, $10 for additional co Ilts fro m same man; $5 cash re quired. C. C. PENN Miss Angie Cloyd of Grayson, visited relatives here last week. Still illing. It still keeps on killing pain, does Hunt's Lightning Oil. For many years it has been used with wonderful success for rheuma tism, neuralgia, cuts, burns and other hurts. All druggists sell it in 25c and 50c bottles. Mrs. A. B. Hundley of Alex andria, visited at the Home of Judge and Mrs. G. L. Alford during last week. Weather Forecast. Colder with rains causing rheumatic pains. Hunt's Light ding Oil stops all aches and pains whether from rheumatism, neu ralgia, cuts, burns or bruises. The quickest liniment known. 25c and 50e bottles. All druggists. Messrs. Allen and Kerchil Hundley, now of the Rapides capital, but formerly ...

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 October 1913

,? SUITORS OF ,. MERIW ID r 1T MELISSA CAN STAND ON HER OWN RIGHTS. Mrs. Merriwid sighed profoundly as she examined the slip of paper that had come to her in the morning mail. "Eight dollars and twenty-two cents!" she exclaimed, "and I know it oughtn't to be more than half that. Isn't it awful the way a poor lone woman is imposed upon'?" "What is it, my dear?" inquired her maternal maiden Aunt lane. "Gas bill," replied her niece. "There's no use talking, Mr. Rorer is perfectly right, I need a husband to protect me and I think it will have to be a large red-faced man, with a deep bass voice and a fiery eye-a man who won't stand for any rascally, rank robbery, by Jupiter-not from any swollen, insolent, grasping, con scienceless corporation nor anyone e,se." Mrs. Merriwid smote the breakfast table with her clenched fist with such energy that she upset the cream pitcher, to her aunt's dismay. "Why, Melissa!" she remonstrated. "You see I know how it's done, but I haven't the physique," ...

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 October 1913

TORTURING TWINGES Much so-called rheumatism is caused by weakened kidneys. When the kid neys fail to clear the blood of uric acid, the acid forms into crystals like bits of broken glass in the muscles, joints and on the nerve casings. Torturing pains dart through the affected part whenever it is moved. By curing the kidneys, Ioan's Kidney Pills have eased thousands of rheumatic cases, C lumbago, sciatica, gravel neuralgia and urinary disorders. A COLORADO CASE John T Scantllng. "' YrP, tute 84J Johiinson . Tri- ~r crieo l'ldu, :'l,,.. says: "[i was h.'lpies in bied for t r,.o months with " rho unitismtl. When I (i1 get up. I had to 11us c'rutches. I'sidi.s b'ekache and rheu mrntal pains, I had trouble with my kid neys. Aft r (ldoctoring UllllSUCresfu'. y I h,. gail using I)ni, n's Kid rivy fills. They cured the terrible pains arid I have been able to C work every day since. I rfeel like a different b man." Cat Doan's at Amr Store. SOc a Box D OAN'S ~IDNEL" DJJA1-9S XPILLS a FOSTER...

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 October 1913

The' Family Cough Medicine ln every home there should be a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts a cold or a cough. Prompt use will stop the spread of sickness. S. A. Stid. of Mason, Mich., writes: " y whole family depends upon Dr. King's New Discovery as the best cough and cold medicine in the world. Two 50c. bottles cured me of pneumo nia." Thousands of other fami lies have been equally benefited and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Every dose helps. Price 50c and $1. All druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Mrs. Parkhurst will be given cold reception by the women of Nashville and other Southern cities who will make it hot for her. The greatest compliment the Southern women may ex pect is the fact that Mrs. Pank hurst will not like them. -~-- -..... Women Who Get Dizzy Every woman who is troubled with fainting and dizzy spells...

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. — 31 October 1913

VOL. I k ea kk rn _ _ V O L . X X V -L I 1 1 1 , I . F R I )A Y , O T O BR 1 1 : N O 4 ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OPENS MOBILE' MEETI 6 Chief Executive's Speech Feat ure of Southern Commer cial Congress. 81G MEN OF NATION THERE GATHERING IS ONE OF THE MOST NOTABLE EVER HELD IN THE SOUTH. CELEBRATES CANAL OPENING Convention Given Added Significance by Presence of Representatives of Latin-American Countries. Western Newsnimer niion News Ser vice. Mobile, Ala.-With the president of the United States, the governors of a number of states, members of the president's cabinet, United States Sena tors and representatives, and other prominent men not only of the United States but also of foreign countries, on the program, the fifth annual meet ing of the Southern Commercial Con gress, held this week at Mobile, was one of the most important gatherings ever held in the South. This meeting eclipsed all others held by the Southern Commercial Con gress because it not only brought to. gether ihe big ...

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. — 31 October 1913

IAUriTE BBY DEAD IWIF& Sofia.--There is a room n the oinak at Sotia of which King F'erdi nand alone has the key. It contains no precious documents, no costly jew delry, no bullion chest, hut only the full-length portrait of a princess long since departd. The gentle Marie Louise gazes sadly out of her gilded frame, and though Ferdinand in mo ments of exhilaration passes by the room ith head averted, in days of stress and trouble he seeks to hide his misery in the silence of the locked and secret chamber. During the last ten months mys terious rustlings have been heard in the National Museum and the horror stricken palace as of some one wan dering unhappily from room to room.{ seeking something that could never he found. On these occasions, when King Ferdinand bethought himself of leaving the chapel door open, his dead wife's shadow has been seen to pass the portals, and he has himself knelt at the altar there, his face buried in his hands, as though awaiting a si pernatural visit...

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. — 31 October 1913

DONAL~D F. I)IGG$ :·f.: " ý :}::,y::r/ý'i%ý:.,,< "% off <'ri .4 :., ý,r+ :' : >;r:,y. r ' 5'RB IaBe ý' ny·cyyyýýýgl· 't er... ,iýnwassr r ., r ISIrý ' "" ..}'ý : %'ý ý ~y'"T9N::ý": .!iy: i'ý"ý">dyyyý ýyý}r_ HERE is nothing particularly new or revolutionary about the working of convicts upon the public roads. For A many years it has been the custom in most of the cities of this country to place vagrants and other minor offenders caught in the police drag net at work upon the streets and in a number of states the inmates of the penitentiaries have been employed at various times in the construction of highways. But the modern idea of convict road labor is new and it is only just beginning to appear in various Darts of the United States. The old idea-where convict labor was employed on the roads-was merely to utilize the labor of the convicts to the best advantage to the state-to make the convict produce as large a revenue as possible, in order to repay the state for the exp...

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. — 31 October 1913

THE CALDWELL WATCHMAN! Published Every Friday S. P. WALKER, EDITOR Entered at the postoffice at Columbih. La., as second-class mail matter. siubscriptioll-$l per year in advance Columbia, La., Oct. 31, 1913. Thornhill is Elected. Tuesday's election was an ex tremely tame affair in Caldwell Parish. The vote was a very light one, on account of the fact that there was no opposition. C. P. Thcrnhill, the Democratic noiimnc~e for (delegate to the con stulti onal cconvertionl, was elect ed w,"ithout opposition, and the con yen tin received practically all the vot( s. There was only a';oc t 100 votes c:;st in the entire LotP',iana Needs More Teachers. At no tinm, has there been sluch a scarcity of qualified pub- I Ilhr school teachers as there is at priesent. At the examination hey( l:;st August, a large majori-1 ty of applicants for certificates failed, leaving many of our pub lic schools without teachers. Several causes may be cited for these failures. The examina tions may have been mor...

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. — 31 October 1913

A Fine Stallion My Fine Stallion LOCHI NVAR will serve this season a few select mares at Belle Vue, Colu m b i a, La. This is one of the finest horses in the State and is entitled to registration. $15 for first colt, $10 for additional colts from same man; $5 cash re quired. ~- - C. C. PENN LOUISIANA STATE FAIR Shreveport, November 5-12 A grand exposition of Louisiana products---A school of method for better farm work-Magnificent display of farm machienery, live stock, poultry. Everything that goes to make a great Fair. You will find it a means of real profit and genuine pleasure. * LOW ROURD TRIP RATES The rates .are low enough to permit everybody to go. Take the family and make it a week of pleasure and educa tion. Go via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Ask the local agent for information about low rates and train service, or write to DAN JACOBS, Assistant General Passengef Agent ALEXANDRIA, La. Col. M. L. Legler was a Sun day visitor to Monroe. Mr. C. A. Traylor was a visi tor to Monroe ...

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. — 31 October 1913

S&WOMAN A nov A/ben O: Pc, pson Terhune founded on Wi//lin Gce Hi// ieYP/ay GYoPYRlv3r 1912 fustrated a Wlh Pholoslr/Q'l ifre/Ae TX1 BOB 8SareBRLGL COPa m yY a rallln,ýý 6y Yl a r/ ý d SYNOPSIS. Congre i.rnan St:lisihh a11 l tli woma"1:IIn, 'tb lieving t h;rrn s la i !i 1vt',1. rId 44 trinal week as miIIan ant wifet iin i hIotel in rnorthrurn N-"w Yo)rk undirtr .ia.siwd rnaltes. Thle Woman awakens t. th li f 't hiut fiphe dIes int lir ive rl.andli; ai l e ills their engag m i frrt.rll off. StrIdI'l h .4rot, ,t.1 *Iilyinig devotiona . W'a d~ 1 i l I y I I"" lphnIn girt aht f1w lI. Ix.'- vk. Wa.h inigtou, as loved by T'oil i ilake, Son of the poiitical h4t of or i i 4n)4,4x , p I, i r r rrarrlage and ispi atiset1. She giv4s as tn' o(f It' r it i r.ii s her "i :o rat I1illoti n t~ get rev !_ I. i lakrt ni M1 ik 14 rid trig hirl rather, 4 'unglire an !' 'rank E h lix ICongrnwinanit Stanitsh, turn r., l surers u is lighting I . I ,Jlifiur, hill, t n s t ar i Irh- tnI sint ir o f th r...

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. — 31 October 1913

CHILDOREN LOVE SYRUP OF FIGS S It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. (By liE Look back at your childhood days. 01 Remember the "dose" mother Insisted . on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics. LE How you hated them, bow you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mlothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they L do. The children's revolt is well-found- GI ed. Their tender little "insides" are ma' injured by them. 1:8. If your child's stomach, liver and F bowels need cleansing, give only deli- ite' cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its wil action is positive, but gentle. Millions tioi of mothers keep this harmless "fruit the laxative" handy; they know children (21 love to take it; that it never fails tol( arc clean the liver and bowels and sweet- am en the stom..ch, and that a teaspoonful Ag given today saves a sick child tomor- anm row. fol Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle Nu of "California Syrup of Figs," ...

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. — 31 October 1913

i';.iy tCough Medicine i, (very home there should be . a bottl of D1)r. King's New Dis c.. :r. ready for immediate use wolen iu y menwber of the family contracts a cold or a cough. : omnlpt use will stop the spread of :ickness. S. A. Stid. of Mason, Mich., writes: " ywholefamily S -; :!:pon Dr. King's New l)jrove:y as the best cough and cold meniicine in the world. Two 50,-. l,ottles cured me of pneumo nia." Thousands of bther fami lit's have ')een equally benefited aid depend entirely upon Dr. Kingr's New Discovery to cure their cinughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Every dose helps. Price 50c and $1. All druggists. H. E. Bucklern & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. It is announced that Dr. Fried mann is coming back to this com!ntry to see how his patients aire :etting along. He will have to co,!iie quick, because all of them are in the cemetery except two or three who are very near there. W\omen X ho Get Dizzy Every woman who is troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, lbacka...

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