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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell watchman. — 27 August 1915

PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Notice The undersign, who has been editor of The Watchman for the past seventeen months, will re sign this position to take effect about the 1st of October, at which time my announcement will be published. I now offer all of our household goods for sale. Would like to dispose of same at once, as I wish to meet all obligations I am under in the next few days.-H. A. Turner. If you are a booster begin to boost the fair. Mrs. Monroe Jarrell has re turned home after a visit to her sister in Mississippi. H. B. Lambert of Tangipahoa, La., has our thanks for adding his name to our list. FOR SALE-Roll top desk, good as new. A bargain. Apply at this office. A large crowd of Columbians attended the mass meeting held at Grayson last Saturday. Miss Lizzie Daniels of Gray son was a visitor to Columbia Tuesday of this week. E. T. Nethery of Clarks was in town Wednesday and paid this office a business visit. Miss Stella Carroll has return ed home after several days visit to f...

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. — 27 August 1915

CONEY ON W fOL D AY, 5I .·. ·PIz3r4~A t2A h:4 /r47ZJ4AAV;;~P~ .;r··- ;p(;~~dCP~~~ T HE American who would know tir his country must know its of most characteristic suninmmr re playground, ('oney Island, wa which is thus pictured by a ha writer in the New York Evening Post: int There was an endless, surging tide ho' of people, a crowd which would be Th described next day as "record- int breaking,' for it was a Sunday after- bei noon in June, and thousands had es- tio caped from their hot city apartments sui and were spending it at Coney island. There may be some persons left who ] want to rest on the Sabbath day, but tag not so those who journey down to this suz fascinating place, where the sights and bu; the sounds are enough to keep them ler perpetually stimulated. Many of the yoi people you pass upon the street look ing as if they had worked hard for the oth- in er six days of the week, but now they So are determined to have some fun to the make up for it, and have chosen the co: ...

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. — 27 August 1915

MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIRL Tells How LydiaEPinkham's Vegetable Compound Re. stored Her Daugh. ter's Health. Plover, Iowa.-"From a small child my 13 year old daughter had female weakness. I spoke to three doctors about it and they did not help her any. Lydia E. Pinkham's ..A Vegetable Com e-p' o pound had been of great benefit to me, so I decided to have her give it a trial. She has taken five bottles of the Vege table Compound ac cording to directions on the bottle and she is cured of this trouble. She was all run down when she started taking the Compound and her periods did not come right. She was so poorly and weak that I often had to help her dress herself, but now she is regular and is growing strong and healthy."- Mrs. MARTIN HELVIG, Plover, Iowa. Hundreds of such letters expressing gratitude for the good Lydia E. Pink bam's Vegetable Compound has accom plished are constantly being received, proving the reliability of this grand old remedy. If you are ill do not drag along and conti...

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. — 27 August 1915

FolRWe Touch IlxPa Si\Q Z2Juflia ChandlkerINck\ 4L3 NM .CLRE NEW5PAP[R 3Y/DICATE WHOSE WIFE? The Man and The \Voman we(re in in a public place. They lok ed into each other's evyes and were conscious of a distinct sense of rec 'gniti in. al though they knew perfectly well that never before had they touched in passing. The Man felt impelled to take her at once into his arms and hold her there for all time. Thus they stood apart looking into each other's eyes. Then the crowd surged and they were lost to each other. For many months thereafter The Man sought The Woman everywhere, and when at last he found her she was watching two children at play. and the smile in her eyes was the sort of smile that has its well-spring only in a mother's adoring heart. The Man watched her unseen and under stood. A week later found him in a distant city, where, after a few years he died. The Woman never knew what be came of The Man. She never saw him again after the (lay they had looked into each other's...

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. — 3 September 1915

r' 11 "2;i:.:1111/ Te aidwell Watchman (VOL. :1 ('4)L UMll Al.\ I, A)IIIA NA, FIl ll)A . l?,I'1:111.l: 3 it, 1.5 WINTER MAY LIMIT TEUTONS' ADVANCE WITH OPENING OF AUTUMN AT. TENTION IS DIRECTED TO EQUINOXIAL STORMS. PRESS ON TOWARD GRODNG To the East of Prussian Frontier Be" lin Reports an Advance of Teutons and the Capture of Lipsk. l.ornlon.- \'hile reports fronm tih :Eastern war theater .:it.h:(acin I;';, ri-tioi Ironu ('iIrlilnd to senut ;o:I;'1 ;n (;alicia Indic:ntio that the (;I rullli- ;ili .i-trianrs ire still pressing fl i, W tY as hard or t s tinaionslv 1f1low i+1 ti-hln in retreat, military )h ofr, ' 1.)r4 t hlolpe that thire app'machine-- fall \l Ill limit the 'Te.ton'fr adivance Botht Ilerlin and Vienna ,-ilih'sivit t;, -;tatenll -rnt that Field Marshal vni i1inhdeunbrg's foreos along the T)vii;; river in ('mouriald lhave ren:ewedl their activ;itiros whiclh \i re lrolghlt to a s ludd.in hallt r-eently i wit the succe-s> of the Ruissians in hoitling: Riga as a nll';l...

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. — 3 September 1915

-BY GERMANS, WHITE STAR LINER ARABIC SUNK BY GERMANS. mc ...... / ` /% ARABIC, jWI¶r ....  . / / ..~ ~ ~ ~~. .. ..... ...........:..........::''' . .v . . .v , .. p ', . i:M .. ,.- ^  ,,.,, ,,,,,,, ., . ,'.,,,,. v.. .: .. .. : . . . . ... : .... .... : . ^ ....:':.:'?i .:i:.:i:':':" " :" ' :] Stea er .Arabic of the \ iite Str i. torpe, " oe a. . . ,,l.: . t. ttflt l Si ti it t h Sout .h cre o. Ireland as she was on her way from Lii erpool to Bos~ton. O f the "t_22 persons~ aboard about t wenty' are m]issintg, and~ two of these are Americans. The map showis w here the Arabic lies, in relation to the location of the similar sue 1(ssft]1 attacks on the Lusitania andl the lberian :: ::.:.....; ..:, : .. . - . ..  . .. " :-.'.iii.~ ,! Sl'm ,x ra i o he W it ta in ,to'(,o' .,, .zz~ )3  (;,x~;lz.L IL'I~'t)l ll' Okl "S[ O Irelnd a sh wason ~r wy fom Lverool o Iosto. (f th, 4"', ~q'.c~n al~~ar abozt wozzy a',' issv:ga z two ~~' ofteeaeAeias h a hw weeteAai:ls eaintote]caino h ...

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 September 1915

The Mlystery of a ilent love cChvavr WLUM II QIJVUX AUTnoR o"Tm CL03ED 1OOK'," TC 'ILLUUSTIRONS 5 C'D*RtIODS w,4/GT ", wNA. SYNOPSIS. -6- 'Gordon Gregg Is called upon in Leg hern by Hornby, the Yacht Lola's owner, ;nd dining aboard with him and his 'friend, Hylton Chater, accidentally sees a torn photograph of a young girl. That nlght the consul's safe is robbed. The POlce find that Hornby is a fraud and the Lola's name a false one. Gregg is Its Capt. Jack Durnford of the marines ,aboard his vessel. Durnford knows, but w11ll not reveal, the mystery of the Lola. "It concerns a woman." In London Gregg is trapped nearly to his death by former servant, Olinto. Visiting in 'Dumfries Gregg meets Muriel Leitheourt. ,Iornby appears and Muriel introduces 'him as Martin Woodroffe her father's riend. Gregg finds that she is engaged 'to Woodroie. Gregg sees a copy of the torn photograph on the Lola and finds .that the young girl is Muriel's friend. rWoodroffe disappears. Gregg discovers ,the ...

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 September 1915

THE CALDWELL IWATCIMAN Published Every Friday Entered at the posto'ii i tc (oiu nibia. La., as second-class maii 'ter. H. A. TURNER, ij'titor Subscription-$1 per ear in advance Official Organ of Caldvw Ii ' iA ish Scholl Board and Tow" : i :nlmbia. Official Journal of Caldwell Parish. The election passe! rNf quietly last Tuesday, and , redicted by The WVatlc .i - i :ial weeks past, ('aldwell :ar.ish voted down the prod ositit i of holding a con stitutional c(, ve ';on. There is some.thingf,!'.ver (e voters in this pa i h ,1 a ny 149 visited the poll ani exercised their rights last . .;day. The con vention o,;ly  c:'i): i 37 votes in its iat , .,' if, 12 a. ainst it. giving a majrity ag!ainst the conve.tiitol t ... .iWdle Wear, em ,c,"i l ; ,,.i , recei'ed 292 vo ,. , hi!., 1'. '. Car , o ran ;s , "l' " 'ut co.nuniate riceived I - vut. ':. Tir e rt .l':, throug,:out the state gives a mn:j ,rity against the convertiou. ' ihis is a great victory and mn,..h crU dit goes to' Hon. L...

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 September 1915

ý t 5 i Including Electric Starter and Electric Lihts I r 1 I . • . 7 Secords Broken sa q W' ow first-cost records - a it-oa full 5-passenger car car th !ectric starter, electric Li eto d every refinement--a --- puwerful 50-mile-an- ci ý!ý $6 lights, battery regulator, all mounted h car-for $655 Speedometer, fuse bo i t R ec rd B oflush on instrument board. A Records BrokenC( obil a big consideration to any sane RI ecC ger consideration to any man R" ® au obile investment. car costs you to maintain, run, At d it is mighty hard to enjoy an 1 ach ' Irun. o . reccords for: of L kon gaso ne1 S_ paNote the compact arrangement rif c~t ff 5j1 j* of spare tire carrier, tail light and I r rI repan license bracket. J ei rhall lded fori $ , .: . ....-- -- - - , Automatic Tell-tale Oil Gaueue -r Heat-treated, Tested Steel o ission o Easy Riding and Marvelous F.7 hii d Radi ood Unusual power on hills and in sand of front ercovered Ability to hold the road at high speed Sand floor- Improved ...

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 September 1915

New Sports Sweater for Fall . ;,!, '· ::> '- :  " , il;: 7:. ' \,, ". .: ..· No outfit is quite complete in these days without a sweater of some sort. And there is a wide and varied choice in sweaters, for they ar claiming more attention than ever before in their history. There are finely woven sweaters of silk, in gay colors, which one sees at the afternoon concert, at the country 'club, on the beaches and the golf links, and in any other outdoor meet lngs of fashionables. There are sweat ers considerably like them, made of ertificial silk, usually in more vivid colorings than the all-silk variety. Then there are the practical wool Iweaters, similar to that shown in the picture, and belonging to the same class. The new models are carefully de signed to the end that they may em lbody just the right style. In the ex ample pictured here, for instance, it will be noticed that the sleeves are dwell shaped and finished with a cuff and button. The patch pockets leave a turnover fla...

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. — 3 September 1915

Ill FoIkWe]Touchx Julin Ch or © 4 M CLVRE NEWSPAPER 3YnDICATE ti. It s 7lltu /e N, I, 49 ~~ ' ! "',,! 1 "-.. -- *.,. _- _ A II theb M ti i As the Man Stood Thus in the Midst of His Garden. THE GARDEN AND THE FLOWER The Man had a beautiful garden. In it were flowers so .many and so rare that everybody talked about it until its fame spread to the ends of the earth. For many years The Man traveled far and near in search of unusual plants and brought them to his gar den. Indefatigably he worked to keep out the weeds, although his friends said he was a dreamer whose wagon was hitched to an impossible star. They told him that no garden in all this world was without its weeds, and declared that they were natural and wouldn't do any damage. The Man only smiled, shook his head, and went on working to rout every ugly and ob stinate growth. Sometimes he stood in the midst of his garden in the cool of the evening and looked about him to see that it was fair, but each time there seemed to him t...

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. — 3 September 1915

94~r c· 4C A 5VMi U*Udt ~ , * AW New York City Trying to Lure Back Its Birds N EW YORK.-As the inaugural move of a widespread campaign for luring back the little songbirds so rappily di isalppeafring from the parks and suburbs of the city, the Ne, York Zoohogical society has established an exhibit of nesting and feeding boxes in the Zoological park, with sign boards and labels advising the bird Q lover where each model may he ob S- on tained and what birds are most likely RFT to be attractetd by it. Lee S. ('radall, assistant curator of birds of the society, in a bulletin makes it plain that if some remedial I / action is not taken in the near future the soughird is going to forsake New York. probably never to return. Perse cution of the feathered songsters by man, the growing congestion of the outspreading city and the recently im proved methods of forestry conservatism are given as the chief reasons for the state of affairs in this resplect. The application of modern forestry meth...

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. — 10 September 1915

G P Thornhill _he Caldwell Watchman (.i. . -- O L. .I UI., L UI'..IA)A , 'tl. ..1. SI?11 'ETl..I i 1-1, 19 1.; . Vlll,.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~S) 9(O,:li.,LIIIN,Fl )\Y 'i11..!Il;{ I 9 i CARRANZA ISSUES NEUTRALITY ORDERS MAJ. W. H. HAY, GEN. FUNSTON'S CHIEF OF STAFF TAKES TRIP ALONG THE BORDER. TROOPS ARE ORDERED BACK General Nafarrat Says He Wished to Co-operate With the Ameri can Military Au thorities. Ponwnsville. - First Chief Venu:ti ano ('arranza took a hand in the Texas border imbroglio, according to state ment by Geri. E. P. Nafarrate, corn manding the Carranza troops opposite? thle Brownsville sect!on. At the same time MaJ. W. H. HIay, chief of staff for Maj-Gen. Frederick Funston, took a trip along the border above here. It was believed his trip contemplated an important disposition of a small army of American troops, either now here or en route, to enable them better to control the skirmishing across the in ternational line. For the first time in .,veral days, none of th...

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. — 10 September 1915

LAND YACHT STARTS TO CROSS THE CONTINENT r· ,,: . :. . .' .>da ' " :,}..: >.. : .-" :- ·: f • 'hi IIIJI .. .h-l was clsgte an .ul ,yRo a. ,:::::.i:rd r o ak is: fa iy :::. on a" a d a "'" " ' 4 ", . hlIs lrr,si ,on wheri.s wa. 1 esrri', 'iro~l l ci r i'y [ho arid IL, ( cii kim in or der to take tiis family Onl a hland yac~ht trip from his country estate in Huntington, Lo. , I slani, to the 'anaat-it"'aci(tic exposition in California. Ever' comfort of the ,arty which is going on the trans4('onti ro-ntal trilp was taken into consideration, and there is eveir a roof garden atop the machine. The start on the long trip was onado recently, and though the "yacht" was sturick In a Long Island ditch for 24 horrs, It is proreedinrg merrily on its way. The party includes Mr. and Mrs. ('onklin. their son and daughter. another girl. two nephtws, two governesses, two cbatuffr irs and a cook. IN THE FLOODED STREETS OF GALVESTON w : g ge at gra storm. ZEB A, BORN II CAPTIVITY lu.. i YAW ' i i...

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 September 1915

IThe lystery of a Silent ove h nChvaicr l lir LLAN LI QI EUXJ AUThoR oJf"T'i1 CLO3ED oOOK," ETCm ILUSTRATIONS 5 C'D'RIN ODE,5 ZtWR;'IG/h BY T"ft 3d,r4R " ,UdLs Co SYNOPSIS. -7 Gordon (iregg Is called upon In Leg born by Iornby, the yacht Lola's owner, n(d dining aboard with him and his fIrind, t lton ('hater, accidentally sees A torn photograph of a young girl. That olight the consul's safe Is robhbd. The olh.e find that liornrly is a fraud and th Lola :'s naime a false one. Gregg vis Ita Capt. Jack Durnford of the m;irlmin.e aboard his Vessel. l)urnford knows, ,ut ill not reveal, the mystery of tihe Lola. eet '-nc( rns a Wo.man." In llondon orree B. trapped nearly to his death by It former servant, ()linto. Visiting in Dumtrles (;r.'gt meets Murlel L.ithlourt. Tornhy appears and Muriel introduc,is him as Mlartin Wnodroffe, hehr father's friend. Gregg finds that she is enga:iged to WoTdr-lf. Gregg sIes a copy of the torn Ptotgraph on the lola and ilnds that ih,- y ,,ing girl Is 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. — 10 September 1915

THE CALDWELLY V:. 'iM AN Published Every i:rd-dav EL nta er at t al  ,- ii. ": La.. as ~,,.,1,-11a . rT: ,L ; . O Ilil i %1 1; ( I j ': r ,{ I ''1 ' ,. ." t : i 'i, " " ,' i' 1' (.u l I ..' s.hi ti it Official Journal of C, weil Parish. Parish Fair, -It 1.''5;:1. ' , . .h at L'e S ..r u, . t"hat I (i ill ie ' ii intr ),in m!ý the Third se S'ir.i 1air U l (i ,lJu t, 10 11t h be f r\ ti', . ;I le i, a tes are ctob - 1 191. l et 1 i If ý" rU l 1 , ' li' ºi. yo ri t l exi:, "its, , Il hal betters sv m ik' t a t o in t t direcition fe urigh a t ' . T L tair will le for theld at i., the citizens are of t lw k, li ,V i everything it i 1?l in their ,"t 1 to!tards the fair. A fair i not \ hild without. t I exhiv, is :ai,, t 1.'e, imanagemt entt i khope ta h,v . exin tit iifrom evi - thi right ao(v' . "lii. Ii'air will b,' o)f anheld at , arish. The la-citizs dsf (r.:'i nt (lroi.'s everytho uring 1 pass any that has been placed r !) ( the fipo. A~ far :;!,.t Iii IK .l w11~ ithout l! ('a...

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 September 1915

SPERSONAL AND OTrWISE The police jury was in session the first of the week. Miss Angie Cloyd of Grayson is tl.h guest of Miss Traylor. Mrs. H. A. Turner is visiting htr parents in ward 7 this week. '1he flying machine will be one of the many drawing cards at the fair this year. (;raiyson was well represented at the parish capital last Tues day afternoon. The farmers are now busy gathering their crops. Cotton picking is steadily going on. The public schools of Caldwell parish will open Monday, Sept., 13th. B. H. Miller of Clarks was a business visitor to town Wed nesday. Miss Ethelle Carroll has re turned home after several day's visit to relatives in New Or leans. P. W. Carr called around last Monday and shoved the date of his subscription up another year for which he has our thanks. Dr. Fred H. Mecom and wife returned to their home in Clarks Tuesday of this week after several weeks visit to the Frisco Exposition. The Doctor was in town Wednesday shaking hands with his many friends ...

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 September 1915

KEEPING CUT FLOWERS FRESH Must Be Properly Taken Care of, and Here Are Some Suggestions of Moment. The only drawback to cut flowers is that they wither so quickly, and in keeping them fresh some seem to have more luck than others. For instance, in the matter of vio lets, it is possible to wear them sov eral times without noticing the over powering stale odor which pro(-laimsn them beyond redemption. Of course many people find that they cannot wear cu'lt flowers even for one afternoon, because in some cases the body heat seems to wilt them, but itf this can he avoided it is qulito pos sihle to find a hunch almost as fresh the second day as on the firt if they wore properly guarded overnitht. Keep the box that they ,'am", in and when you take them off hold the stems under running water for a few min nutes, taking rare not to wet the vio lets themselves. Then wrap them up in the oiled pa per and put them back in the covereid box outside the window if it is cool; If not, in the refriger...

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. — 10 September 1915

GETTING A START By NATHANIEL C. FOWLER, Jr. (Cupyright, 1b,15, bry the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)) THE DIARY OF A FOOL. Mn 1 G.Io? up late Bolted break f:~.r Iiihic d for the train. Arrived at (ie behind tlime nss : as there waiting for me,. li nmade a rn-I'ark ab(out Tardiness. \\ent to dance. t(ot home at one. Tired. Tuesday: Got up late as usual No breakfast, but got to olhce on time. Felt sleepy and Boss noticed it. I'ut two letters into wrong envelopes and mailed them. Guess there's going to be trouble. \Vent out with the boys. had four drinks and smoked six cigars. \\ednesday: Ten minutes late at office. Boss didn't appear to notice it, but maybe he did Felt sleepy and made some mistakes Guess I must cut out this night business. Got home on time, ate supper, went to bed at nine and read until eleven-thirty. Thursday: Had five minutes for breakfast, but got my regular train. It was late, so didn't get to the office until nine-thirty. Didn't feel like work, but managed to pul...

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. — 10 September 1915

SL ND fr THEf CATtIELRAL, PORT At)j PRINCE I1III / - B e...... ....,,....... ,;.: i.J:,  '·?l ,,,' I . .. ,,. . . ..,.,. ... ., :... -· II .gI~ C" ".,....o,.. , -. ...... : .::.,.. • . : . ,. . . . . . . S':';;:-:  ; :::... . .,... . ... ..- .:.,:,.,,v ,...., "TE CATHl RA- O. A lC H AITI and 8anto 1)omingo share jointly an island comprising roughly about 21,000 square miles, and having a total pop ulation of nearly 2.000,000. Htaiti has nearly the population of Santo Domingo, but only a little more than half its area. For 100 years IIaiti and for half that period Santo lbomingo have been a cause of continual anxiety to the United States. Since gaining their independence both have been in a state of constant upheaval and blood shed as a result of a practically un broken succession of revolutions. In the last 20 years United States naval vessels have been in almost constant attendance about the Island, and ma rines have several times been landed for the protection of...

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