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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

ABBEVILLE PRGfEQS and VERMILION NEWS, Consolidatedl Oct. 4, 1915 VOL 7. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Ccmmurity. Phone 248. Ablbville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, November 13, 1915. $1.00 a Year. Our Wonderful Hats at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 arrived New York fashion with all the ginger that helps put the finishing touch to well dre.sed men, and conservative enough to be worn anywhere in all styles and colors. Black Gray, Green, Mouse, Royal Brown, and our special Tu Tone Hat, at $2.50. We have a hat to fit most anyone young or old. D. SILVERMAN Suggestions for Feeding Silage. When the time comes for feed ing silage, the top layer should be removed until that part which has molded is taken off. This usually extends several inches below the surface. At least two inches of silage should be fed each day in order to prevent the formation of mold. The surface should be kept level and even on top to expose the smallest surfact possible to the air. Only enough si...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

Somethi..g to worry about: Human nature cant be abolished. As to feminine attire this year, brev ity is the soul of fashion. Hal' the world spends its time in wonrl.r!rng how the other half gets away with it. What a pity that a man cannot put the p:nflIIrI m cCus out at nilght, along with the cat! All hay fever conventions, we under stand, have reported adversely on the freedom of the sneeze. Everything is so trimmed in fur this year that the well-known cat will have need of all its nine lives. The man who falls to keep his lips sealed at critical periods often wishes afterward that his ears were. Only an indurated optimist would call a barb-wire entanglement one of the blessings of civilization. The most surprising thing about the little submarines is the number of people who thought of them first. The tricks modern science can do with the human vtee' leave the old fashioned ventriloquist in the shade. There are three things the wise man keeps on good terms with-his stomach, his co...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

rif News Items of Local Interest Elias Broussard was a visitor to Crow ly Sunday. Miss Laurence Derveloy wasthe guest of friends in Kaylan Sunday. J. F. Ritter, the deep well man. was a business visitor to Crowley Tuesday. Frank A. Godchaux was a business visitor to Crowley the early part of the week. Mrs. Ophelias Bourque and daughter. Ida, left Tuesday for a visit in New Or leans. Mrs. Brooks and daughter, of Iota, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Nelson. Mrs. Russell and children, of Midland are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Broussard. Mrs. Theo Baudoin was a visitor to Kaplan Saturday. the guest of her sister Mrs. Motty. Mrs. H. T. Stansbury left Sunday for Houston, to visit at the home of her son R. J. Stansbury. Miss Opal LeBlanc went to Kaplan Saturday to resume her duties as teacher in the Kaplan schools. Arthur O'Brvan, of Humble Tex., was here Sunday to attend the funeral of his grandmother Mrs. Hamblet. Mrs. C. Bonlignyand daughter, Stella returned Sunday from Kap...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and V I.1: .LIO N 1.\\'. ºNn.,,',,, l N ct 4. t 1 . Published Every S.iturd:y a tt .\ Il berilkl, L.a. Entered a. stcrumd c1:..- ti;tttt r \l.rn 1 1. 191' . .t tlhe. I)'.t tIIcc ; it Abbeville, Ila., uti t Acrtd , .X 1 N1,, h . 1.<). J. W . O' rvan ..................... :i(t' 1 :111d l'v it ,r. liinllt.: ,: ()ltiIct 2 s; 1., ,th1k it 132. _A dlvcrtiin,: R ites- l'ttlli',l ctih l 'I' t, \lt'" l i'': tlio ." S_'l-SC-I1TII) )N R .\T'ES. One Year...................... ......... ... ... . Six M onthsi ..... .. ................ ... Three Month..; .... ... ... ................. Single C'opy ............................. All sublscrilptit'ns aric payablc strictly c.t' i .tii -.ille. NOTICI Ti) , tl''t'I . ; \1 c 'n , r ý .t it , 11,:1% ,,'t , ,t piratt , u t thf 'it - n.,r tl t i'ti" . . t, w it cn1 ,tal . i tlt 'I. . n ,,: .. , ' to t," l l, tu les R w ' lit" sltith. t, t ,l t n tt ln - 1 1 1 i g:: t t' , thl s I t' continue we willfe t Iii'itt% to slip tttlttl lt ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

HEAVY, HEAVY HANGS OVER THY HEAD tCupyrashL) LATEST UNITED STATES NOTE TO GREAT BRITAIN Allies' Blockade Declared to Be Inef fective, Illegal, Indefensible, Etc., So 8peaks Latest Note. Washington.--The United States in its latest note to Great Britain. made public Sunday, covering exhaustively British interference with American trade since the beginning of the Eu ropean war, declares that the so-called blockade instituted by the allies against enemy countries on March 11 is "ineffective, illegal and indefensi ble." Notice is served that the American government "can not submit to the curtailment of its neutral rights," and it can not "with complacence suffer further subordination of its rights and interests." Ambassador Page, to whom the note was sent by special messenger for delivery to the London foreign of flce, was instructed by Secretary Lan sing "to impress most earnestly" upon ( the British government that the Unit- I ed States "must insist that the rela tions between it and ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

Matched Three-Piece Set .4" "" - " I ' 3 .' - 0... . d ~t.,,  L 3 . > 1a i -n n n an n liI6 a N i il i i i Taupe velvet and opossum fur are Used to make this three-piece set, which Includes a turban. neckplece and muff to match. These matched sets are wonderfully chic and elegant when they are well designed. They embody the luzury of fur and the richness of velvet, and admit a greater play of fancy In their destmniag than is pra tical for the furrier, who works with ftur alone. Plush as well as velvet is used tn comblnation with furs for making Iatohed sets. It has the richness and suppleness of velvet but not as wide a range of successful colors. In the set shown to the picture the taupe velvet is very much like the warm gray of the fur next the skin. This gray makes a background for the white and very dark markings which appear to the long hairs. The rakish turban is successful because it is do veloped In sedate colors. It consists of a crown piece made of a small circle of ve...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICKl UGH1 IT'S MERCURY AND SALIVATES Straighten Up! Don't Lose a D ay's Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson' s Liver Tone." T'gh! ('lon,'l makes you sick. Take a dose of the %ile. dangerrow, drug to night naI tomorrow you may lobe a day's work. ('alh.m, I i, mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calonirl. nlhen it comes into contact with sour toile crashes into it. break ing it up This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you feel sluggish and "all knocked out." If your liver is torpid and bowels consti pated or you have headache, dizziness. coated tongue,. if breath is bad or stomach sour. Just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's .liver Tone. Here's my guarantee- (o to any drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't READING FOR THE SOLDIERS Englishmen of Prominence Interest Themselves in Providing Litera ture for the Soldiers. The londion T...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 November 1915

SHERIFF'S SALE. State' of Iou iiai na P..:i-t of V'rnlil iun-- 7, h .I'el hial D i t."i"' l'" .rt \W. F Z,:i,: hn n, t ad vs No ;it, S. t. h.('rt rum -tk " -.,. lh i h igh W. Bi. V, hlte, turalt r i ihc. By virtne of a writ of u, z':r, 1 tIII sale to fu i u- l I lout ,f 'I S \':I - tee' thll Jni'i:al I itrict It ),r., i: I lht aboveO (,util,' an,! lult|.rettr u'i li, fully :uthi, rz'.g artI *ol ' : "r ' ; :1"' In the )pri1'e1 ' , I (.v' 1:. :, a i t at thh" pro, r,'t ii ' ; , tok en into II N , - a, 1 It, ,, ':" said w rit, i l11 % ,iI t S " I: " t: " to the, !i l' ahol , .; I h"" Ir -11 ,u slbl,+ i ,iW ter, at ti ,, ,'luci[ t' 't" " I.:1 , , I ' ', it '}to i, J.i - p):'. , 'r,';a d I I law" f'tr ju lt('i;, i sali', (,( Saturday, Nov. 13, 1915, thie toilolw ig .le. ril ' , , y t ' t at ,,I I ( Vllrn lli n I p rl , I, ., I., e .' Lot Te' n (10) .i si if ; . 'u (I.-) i S uo I)istrit', N o. 1, (i d ,:' '.T..1 . , "r , P t w iih all t , th ri.i ts, « r1 ti, 111% .P.. anid aSiva t I...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

LIBBEVILLE PROGI 55 and VERMILION NEWS, Consolidated Oct., 4,1915 L 7. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. . SAbb,ville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, November 2, 1915. !. a Year. Phone 248. " ==.. ._ ...II I Agricultural News Items S BY T T II. CASANOVA.\ * L. II. .ummtcr., W. MI. Iarkins I- P. lPutnam. lPri,!n on . T. S. Ewell vaccinated" for hog cholera this \veck. V. L. Caldcwell. J. S. Ewell aind .\. W. Richards.,n have tine cr im ', 01 clover well up. The farmer, at ('ievd-an have jiut about tinished thre hingi this week. The dry weather allowed every farmer to save hik crop. A. O. Landrv, Murrel Sun;mers Eugene Caldwell. Ora Guidry and Alvin LeBlanc have bought pigs and are enrolled as club members. The parish agent will be in Guev dan on the 25th to vaccinate any hogs for cholera. Those wanting hogs vaccinated will get serum from Baton Rouge for that time. Barler Ideal Oil Heaters Famous for Their Quality Smokeless Burtners Brass Founts Dou...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

The good old-fashioned housekeep er is mistress of the servant problem. The up-to-the-minute girl tries to make her feet her greatest attrac tion. Now that golf has killed a caddy it may try to break into the football class. When it comes to forecasting weath er. the goose pimple has it all over the goose bone. By advancing in price the harmless necessary egg is again becoming fam ous-or notorious. A woman wants a divorce because her husband stutters. What does she want, a dumb man? If radium isn't going to do all the e doctors claim for it, why should it i1 continue to be so costly? d Probably men change their minds s as often as women, but they don't e advertise it as much. K Improved wireless communication will not mako it any easier to get war news past the censors ti Our corn crop is worth $2,133,000,' m 000. Would some belligerent like to borrow $1,000,000,000 in corn? cc Dynamite is a great aid to agricul- ti, tare. Doubtless Europe will produce cc some wonderful crops some d...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

SBrief News t ems: of Local Interest ,*4*r~-* O ***-4*- .O ..... ...oa..ý0.o* . I , had, this t ." , r ,I , " . . t .IL r n" tloil. l l . . + :t .t i - ; lI;t , r h redt ill, 1 o..u , : t .t .. J . 11: r pt - nl' t.. A ,- . . :, ' . . : ;, rIt 1. I } 1). . o ilf - a -e lr i ! ir. he. t a ment:wi thc gea r.u . . , ..I t e i.At i K .: A. el , , ,. .,1,l .v rlo k di i tl.- , , < 31; -, Fit, , ug ter Artir :r.I 1l ':. . t :. it tdo'n, en, tIh . " k' ,'hi, t ict_ lit all t , ,it , . ti i' t" : ; Ot thr, tr.t lt , .. ( :i, - " ;! "- . l( .c-t) e .. i i t.t - r rn t ,l I 4 . , i :1.1l," it tn nr 1 l, pt' a ..i .i t,: ' lt ,io. .iitrul i ']n Ou h-y ..tLat'i, T ,.':. Litt l'harn tact oil fir t icp . t..t t t e ri: ., o stclhe ia. tlo Ielr t, t[ , ; . , - . for tll ed t tte V t' V h;ti Ti:l. i : t. rt reli t i lv ri The :ill itti . itl lti : ill: !l t'. lth c rugh of the battle. b\ iei m -['ii stem nr Irt is ot .;b', t.! l te. t :  -o.) ill be a sair! o: t - iII. i . i,. i-, I ttct c...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

'- e" 's. S " * ..., 1 I •i S.... . ( )u r lin te, I l . ', • l t .... Lades' Shoes 4 l, p i r s if ` I , i , . . ' (1 " ii. , t' Ip 1 ý ,t , , r .w~ an Ii ... . 21t 21 P l ' s , T 1.: i ,W: \< " -Ai 1,: ),:t,,: 1 inl ,cc :ltiid iuuttll wVthi 2.4- :nl 2.5 this sale .. ..... ........................ .1 36 Pairs ,f . ,,icah, I P t aiuttall k;,1 ta, w a(rth 3.(( tll..,: ... ............. . -2 Atnoth ir l1t 1 t. t~ i',t all Il.ai:i t, a , t 3 .() tl i,.·.• . . Misses' Shees 72 pairs of XIji:· e-' ],.,t. an1d gun 1:1, 1 4, pairs of ?,i -:,..s' clotlh top hutton 72 pairs of ni li- , . 1 i Spfancy . 1( 1 , . e t o th 3. ... LI yo,,u *, TV,,.HOAMN YO AVE T VEAR TEM. WHY NOT SAVE MONEY W Save "hi's ard Wai! *-I~- 111_y'lilMl~lll'ditV t'4C I. : b aOt 1*'( ' Ia IU. 1 1 1 O 1 v, .,.. 7r.il' .- :: ' [ ,.t r~ .: . , ....  ,} t " l lO , l sJ1. in, sai l L' It ............* 11.75 ,,. '; ., . ..... .... $13.95 "$13.95 t .1 $17.00 I.. .. . . $. 1.75 _ 1 _ .. ...S.. Overcoats You Will Not B...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

What Is Worn in Furs rr . " uT-. eume.~ The crisp days of autumn spur women up to the consideration of their heeds, or desires, in furs, and the fur riers' shop is soon caught in its an aual whirlwind of business. In order to anticipate the rush, the stores and shope show advance models in August and advertise special values. A good many sales are made then. but not emough to relieve the pressure later. But styles become established, at any late, and certain furs become leaders, qaite often making a quick advance In Por the present season all furs are llsionable. Skunk or martin stands slne* to the head, with mink In the same class. Opossm ftur, especially as a trimmting. has sprung Into a sud den rogue; fox of every variety Is selling freely and good Hudson seal brings a higher price than ever. Martin and mink are among the "hard" ftrs That Is, they will wear luger than many others, sad they ring a higher poaeo than the less durable, r "soft" furs. But this is net an invariable rle...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

CONSTRUCTION OF PORTABLE HOGHOUSE . ·f-I Front and End View of Portable House-Roof Open for Sunshine-Back Anen for Shade. #~iZ .... J .I.. /  L *"- " "- r ' - . . *- Ooen for fihade. There are n:numerolus forms of Indl vidulal hoghouses croostrurellc'd lto he portable and adapted to acomnmodate4111 a sow with pigs. ,or wo or three hogs Almost ,overy portathle housen, that is built i)NsoRRse.ss 'ertain features pe culiar to itsrelf and retndered lneces..sary by the circnumstancesr which It is In tended to meet The type of hog hoouse described here ha.. Ibn Oiec c'tftlly l 'sd on tllhe governmenlo a'iot Oex periment farm at Itltsvllle. lId. This houseo presents a very oattrac tive appjearance' aRndl hlas provetd sat-is factory in general servih'e. It IN sinl pie in conntruction anld possessoi all the esNentlals of an ideal hoghouse. It can he moved from place to place whenever deslired. The perpendicul'lar walls furnish plernty of floor spjaco. which can be used to good advan...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

, i 1P r S alkig ~ A hristmas resent AND TEN RECRS Weoaitos to a bad. AiND Tb L ~4EI ~ :E S Ao . pre t for your Chritmm. Aak ill be ri way o onfor or ticet ech prchase IA,, ad up, e lnthlia you to draw on ChriI Talking Machine a our store , ! ' I. , L .,, ,,,,- ., , AND TEN RECORDS . on Christmas Eva S1 Don't fail ti ask for rotr: tlcke:s on 'j Displayed in oa Store. S c o c . W h for fUl 5ptcictr abt s it At. the Abbe4ie Prssess TU RI. ,i NG STOCK-TO-CASH SALE Beg nnimg Saturday, Nov. 20, 1915, at 9 o'clock am. This will be the Most Reanirkable Sale ever held in t~ h arIish S$25000 WORTH OF HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE Gor.sisti; of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Men's and Boys' Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods; in fact our Complete Stock is at Money Saving Prices. Timnes have changed within the last three months. When we bought our Merchandise for Fall, we did not expect there would be a shortage in the Crop. We bought and bo.ght heavily on t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

ABBEVILLE ROGRESS and \ 1'RMII1.ION NIA\'%. C ,liate, ()ct. 4, 11 _ Publisllhcd ILvery Saturday att A .\lcvilec. l.a. Enter-d an .c,.coud c1:-1~ matt'r MIrclh 1. 1913, at t1hL post oflice at -~~ -- Abbeville, La., under Act of Mlarthi 3, 1 7-9. J.W. O'Bry ............. Editor and l'roprictor. Ploncs: ()ftce 24S; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnisllhed Upon Application. SUBSCRI'PTION RATES. One Year ...... ..................... S ix M onth.s ............................................ 2 Six Monthis............... .2. T hree M onths........ ................................. 5c Single Copy.... ............... ...... ... All subscripti)ls are payable strictly cash in advance. -_-- _- NOTICE, TO SIIC1II R All suhb .rl, r, are nuw duly n ':iti'd! of tlh th t NOTICE T .1,111 r ii ti one t sewh piraticn of their s:bIsrrilpti"rn ,: .e ull drt rl, 1 li'.oretinue snlntI l per, uules s we are liotll t'l t, ' i t llt: l t' it.lllll,": s3alm . { .Ct-i.l1 l$. no IlotlW" t' ontinule. we will ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

Achy Joints Give Warning A creaky joint 5wsey often predicts rain. Wshxj It also foretells in ward trouble. It ii may mean that the ~V' kidneys are not fil- ' tering the blood ' and are allowing poisonous uricacid to clog the blood and cause trouble. Bad backs,rheu matic pains, sore, aching joints,head. aches. dizziness. nervous troubles, heart flutterings, and urinary dis. orders are some of the efects of week kidneys and if nothing is done there's danger of dropsy, gravel or Bright's disease. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the most widely used, the best recommended kidney remedy hi the world. DIOAN'S I 50C at all Stores More Details Necessary. Betty-I see one of your brothers has been distinguishing himself lately. Is that the clever one? Basil-Oh. well-we're all rawther clever, you know.-Judge. G00D COLOR 6000 HEALTH Is What Cardi Gave to This Al bma Lady, According to Her Statement Printed Bdow. Clio, Ala.--I had been in good health until I was 15 years old," writes Mrs. AL. 8nell, of...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 November 1915

PARTITION SALE. State of L, uis: ana, Parish of Vermilion 17th Judicial District Court- No 462' Isaac Wise, etal. VS. EloiC. Blarrington, et al. By virtue of an order of sale issiueIl Out of the Hon. 17fh Judicial District I Court of Louisiana, in and for thl, Parish of Vermilion, said order bei.ng dated Oct 8th, 1915, and a commiirs alon in pursuance ther--of, authoriz:n: we to sell property for the pur pose .' effecting a par Litioe, I will offer f-,r sale, for cash, at pit :ic auction to thl last and high, st biddler. at the princi pal front door of the Court House. of th," Parish ,of Vermilion, LA., oil Saturday, November 20, 1915. between the legal hours prescrib.e by law, the following described pro perty to-wit: One certain tract of land lying an, being situat". in the Parish of Vre milion. La., containing Oneie II ui.rec Twenty acree,more ,r less, pltsigiw;tr' as the east half of s',utheas' q:irt. I of section twenty-tw... and iirtiiew quarter of the southwest quarter , te...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 November 1915

and VERM"ILION NL:WS, Ccv Kd- Ot 1 4 VQOL. 7. D)evwt to the Interet c and rrtzn .,jz. Con:r.w Aiy. ....~~i~416 i. Phr ?41;. A;..\ ,,i11,_. V'cr;ni~i~m l'.,ri:;:,i>,' . ,:l;i., .x,, .. oi  1915. V' L 7 La., Fa~cLos for " he:: Qui Yty 1I 'u "k Top \ick , '. . , COMFORT Abcb: ile., La. "Sc.e ar•nin. Th :u ,, in, ad 'vice t, f.rm,.) 1'. it 1,iart.:a n t o f Ag ricu iu re \Vith ti! i i-i in the price of ,cotton arc yv4; going to play sate or are you goming to take a chance? Now i- the time to decide. If you galmble on the ,rice of cotton you take a cha:ce: if yvcu fol!ow the pro,:raim tntlitned by all of the agri c:,l:urai farcs ltast fall t on will take noi chaln:re. Here is lhe pro gram in n ot eIl, the title of hi :h i-. Sac F. ar:ming. Fir."t.-..:' rduce :: home garden for ecerv fa':iiv on the farm, the year rountd, p, ving s!pecial atten tion to a plot of Irish or sweet potatoe"- ::flicient to supply the famnily witl; ft,oal o1 this char,.cter. Where feasilble, have a patch o...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 November 1915

Klrkers are desirable only in foot ba!l seasontt Of the. nlmaking of t t.i ll cripples tbh' e It, 5Co end. F\cvlhry ('I .j1l never itanrd of the o'itht i.i;.r working day. I'l,\i scontth!line tor inothilng al yP'. L a i , 'l't i jr / ,l s :b>I tt.n . . An?} y:a, . "',p dno's a wot ia nord tO ' rlt t i i:i iti thh ' liatpit haandy :I v t] t. "I in iLa n I- r.'t i, is 0-'J1 1 Ia-rot. i it tby a trl-1; a drte!Lry i-r. atl v t,' h is ii'-s l h, -t on the brut}I at Ia ..t a. 1' .t li- n u SI ýýa> . !t'r ft: t. ir l ot'i , P .t.L , In a dr - Sl,,-i h I lehs:1Int1 . "c.\rww :t e l the" sc at o; , I, 'h. 'T :+'. I ;or' i an r like ia t :ltll ti-scrtip A'', of a : t r' -ic 'al t lin ic i . ' r o t", i'; r prrtl h . s that the "tu o , i '-y pt will s on be Leaird. I it hi . I" i' ks ',t " oII c utr .- ," bturglar would nn- ke a I nod ai s"-sor. s-ev how ex'port hb is t ' ; c s,.r p ro l e rty Aftelr this ':'ar tho-rn are' tlk. I to .t "'-~'ral l lirca.t sales in statues of Herof...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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