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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

ARMED PEACE' COSTS AS MUCH AS WAR QTOTAL .,TRt(oGT n pAR OWA R TOOTING PEACt TooTING it A * some MMu awasf? CT ORTM dA/A mTA L M MA "RWa namVeI *u b I INCREASE FOR ARMIES AND NAVIES COMBINED. .'C o u n tr . t  - 1 . 1 \ 3 1. ! 1 1 1 . x.'s,'," s I' I " to : S1,vt, 1 1 1" Y , u t ia -IIut,.trg $rA~, 2t.rW) f..1.1j .i) $ . : '. $ .!44.' $' '.'" . : I r ,n, * ... . I, :.' , s.;. :.,i*4414 \ :'n. ., .; .y1ý,.4*@ IIl .,:1 "' t:."'.., .... m a:11%" . 11 a r'ii I rt t.,!yi .. I.' , ., , .C i ) 'l 1':ly ......... .. ..I.<, ,... I. . ; 1 .'V)l, p T1 man ,7l. T tnti ...... . ., *s...t;ia. N 1 J to 1 . i .... . . .1': -., T . ? . 'it..n tl n1 tl1 .I Glreat Biritain _$l7'.1,' *Ml.' ba j/ ~t oa e..n...e itasnn & : sl lIE cost of a single war is only equaled by the price' the world pays for lpeace. While the world is staggered by the tmil lions poured into such a struggle as the present conflict in the Italkans, the cost of the armed peace maintained by the nations not now engag...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS END CONSTIPATION If yo.i r.ially want to gut riIl of em i t It , Itl h I sti o ach,. stulrff ut i ll bo w !.' I I i all l a ill n talt a r! ,ing ftr ;m a dlisird ,,,th l li\,tr. I ' ,t a: bI ,x of h hit fu l, t tsatr ',f :: I11 'I Il'I lIN G; . .IV I .;It I h,-y no\ v, r fail; takti thIl m as all rltald fir : \a,"'"k anridl tin-,' th'I f',Il htg of htap, pin I '.sH Ihtt cotla-s fro'ntt athiliy to " at w-Ill, ,lI' p wi-ll, work wll Notlco thr esin clar up. thi hllht -in- goh. tlh ,nR grow brighlir ani I ItE all p e,t'It rettilrnt IFom't Itl,. (' uilomil ill you t-Id /' Ol()T 5I'IINi ;g IIAVI:It IiI"I "l'(lT N , a n d a l l d r u v  ' +t H h l +r . , a h ol t ts v , ,l l th- ,w n fir 2 1 i n s a b'l l r , FaI li s - pit fr-m I' hit .lrinugsK Chemii'al (Cu.. Hot Sprin:s. ,t k. Hunts Hares With Auto. Sprott I t o ll o :t | lt I utni :;ippE:al4 Ito A '~"ew /'.lnatt l tatmi.rt lit it iºtm. in a and :l r h ii lars ris th. 1 i t. nimtu :tlit s oinlttif Itttj...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

Fora .Ii Galled Horse Try It iers SI IFail HANFORD'S - Balsam of Myrrh For Galls, Wire -i Cuts, Lameness, Strains, Bunches, Thrush, Old Sores, INail Wounds, Foot Rot Fistula, Biceding, Etc. Etc. Made Since 1848. A* AnybodyI Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 All Dealers eS iie FOR SICK HEADACHE SOUR STOMACH, DYSPEPSIA. POOR APPETITE. CONSTIPATION. LIVER COMPLAINT, BILIOUSNESS ROMAN EYE BALSAM FOR SCALDING SENSATION IN EYES AND ALL FORMS OF IN FLAMMATION OF EYES OR EYELIDS THE LATEST FASHION NOTE t'ays: "It Is a wise pr,eantfl.n against g'lttnf t bole% In delieatt htus ry t., powder the '"hloe, Ifore. puttnllg them on." Mary people sprinkhl the fanimou antieptie p.wdelr, Allen's Fit -i:aO . into th' biis, and ind that it save' itx os.t ten UAmesr over in k.ee.ping bli fr,m hosiery ax w..II as ie.uening frit"tin and consequetnt smarUltil %Md actigY of the fort. BLAKAN WAR BEGAN IN 1663 Conflict of Races Started Long Ago. Seems Destined Now to Be Fought to a Fnish. An Italia;n n\vwsIalper re...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Railroad Time Table. - ?. 5 f 2il, -.il . '. i ,A I :1, 2) N o i.'% t.:. t ,,, I 1..t,, 3; : 1. ;). No,. 5 1 m )t' . <. r, :arch . -s 6:10 I." i n A PUHLIC M11ENACiv. It is a very peculiar ildea on11 the part of soi: eof our citizens, who do so much t)owArds the welfare of our progressive city, to use thle streets as a pla;e to dump their gar:lbage and re fuse. There are tin cans here and there, Ihr:ken bottles, bricks, boards with 1.ails in themi, and othecr tliiiings, thatt should not be. Tlhese attractive articles are in no one place in particular, bhut are scatte-ed hIcr athd there, are over our little city. We term themt attractive because they are, for the fact that they are damaging to anutodrivers; harmful tolorses; harmful to the citizens, and very unpleasant for those who ride in buggies; attractive to those who have to be on the lookout. We would he pleased to see our city fathers have this ulat ter attended to, and a good, substantial fine imposed u...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS ..__._____. NO. 14. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. _ a Y V O L . 1 . -= = S-t u. . rda_ . . .. - $ 1_ a Y e ar- O- . - Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, May 31, 1q13. ..... 2 ,,1 i Ptron's Day Observed. i SAN I T A It .**** ý NýN*. ~Nei PROVFESISONAL CARDS t 'To f .************* lon.Lr -- - two or John Nugier, Th1ey listrict Attor'Ry andi Attorney at LAw. Go. C Notary in office. eudorsi ....... ....... - .. .is it Minos T. Gordv, Bruce Attorney at Law. Questi phone 34 Oiiffc over Bank of Abbeville. pjlic~t frictnd F. J. Samson, ver.ati Aloney at IAw. as cac Notary Public. versiol - --it will to dec W. B. White, tohe e Lawyer. North of Coart House. child S-- - -- --- -happy Rer R. J. Labauve, ploye Attorney at Law. Lee Notary in office. - - ----- --- -- as J. O. Broussard, wil i Attorney at Ltw. iltert Notaty and Abstractor in office. il the .I_--- -n and I Kitchell & Bailey, Canr Attorneys at Law. Near Court House....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

Abbeville Progressl 1. W . 1 1 "titY t-N PHONE 2,48. S s' ,a ftl a nd kill I1. . eim tmii I'llcrlirtm ,m to th,, i tnm , r citt;ages w ill ( 111 , Il 111. II14l 1 1r \\iaTl hi1 ` IIt 1 ) ir t toll ' 11 m it Ft:l'. lhlt theI I ' ) 11 u'i iiti %% t hi;lv r with l u li ;l?.it If i ,. llow. ,. i ,11 tl ' 1 . t t.llllr ; lt I w( l .ti I it. i1 l i iI l I' n1 l n i. l iV I' l11, i ,mlimlii '. i! .l ,IIII i,'I I lh ,l i ,l I nta ll I it. t Ir1 n. , h; irilii l i th tll l h :1 r l0 ' ;i l \\lit SIi rl: li ia  r in tla , ii tti, t 'i l l tm'a l ni), I 0,tili tl i t, t uim imm i lrrv L Oill tln l ml l1init; iv i It 'Vil nm . ' lllamn t anybody Jit rlin The olioatt pelittd wotnati who arted pi l a:1 intllish tiln ili us:0! 0. th, . wo"i ntI Il ditlato a ihttrll' rI"o i :innet Ito iut ri girl straw ltltl thre itt rlir and awomen d i s unhurt adl air. Iut weost al hat MIaniy. wti gel lhait i ilbd. Ilarvard law tiudallnt plan ho give ogal atdviem want a ew the r ythings as add to tit, trlhu...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

rzc~.·: : .I I·· c '-~- ~- --C~--'l" -----c~ SYNOPSIS. George Pewr'cil Alrernon Jones. vife president if the .l-frri,llit: i, Oriental Rug orrlpany tf New Yrk. thirsting f,,i romaen.e. H n 'air n,, a t, hluiness trip Horace Rvanne. arrh,.sa at the hotel In Calro with i. 'larefully guarded hunlr,ll, Ryanne sels J.lnes the famu, hioly Yhtl. ordes rlug wh)1]1. Inh adrrllit having ' tl'i..n from a pashIa at Il;i.,il Jne's rm,.,.tu Major ( allahan a l lhtter is introlm., rn Fort',re c''h i-ail, hi" no wnnl n t,. IVv' I In be had I,onil 1.4 Ipoui at .tuMnte I 'airtl, SOme monthtl ptr.nvu. sly, and ano turn; out to, b F,rtune'. rother Jonesu taken' Mir. C('hedsm 'P anr,l o'",rtunre 4to it iol. game. Fortune rtflurn, t, .Inesi the monrey borrowed h". her mother Mr' C'hedm:vs-y aIpp'ars to engagwie In some" myptterilus lenterprise ink own to the' daughter I:tlanlu i;ntereta .~Inei, in th,. United Romance and Adveinture com pany. a concern which for a price' will arrange any kind of an a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

5 ER COLUPS L ; 36 KILLEO OVER 10,000 PEOPLE ON STRUC TURE WHEN IT GAVE WAY. Crowds Witnessing "British Empire Day"-Victims Mostly Women and Children-Half Hundred Injured. Long Beach, ('al.-Too weak to up hold the bl)urdenf of nearl3 10,.01), human beings, assiembled for the fes tivities of lritish, ctrlipil' day, the land end of the big double-deck mnu nicipal pier in front of thli ('ity .\u ditorium collapsed Sat urday. IIoun dreds of piersons on the top dleck were plunfnid down on the hIad(ly of other hundreds crowded on the s(econd deck. The low\\er dock then gave way and all wetl* dropped down a chute of shattered 'wA0ood to rthli ide washed sands, twenty-five ifeet below. Thirty-six persons---mostly womlen -were killed by the shivered timbers or crushed to death by the falling bodies of companions and friends. Fifty or more were seriously injured, while hysteria and fright caused the disabling of scores of others. A section of the auditorium, which went down in the crash and t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

Louisiana From all corners of the great State Hammond Graduates Seven. CaiS El I h' Hammoniid high school, wihich ttu!:iE w it the ba'';ll:lllauratl' ,irtl'lito Sially, iland have onltiniilltl rii~llltll the I eek, a dramatiic enter tiinin-itt Ii. tig given by the young tlii li composini g the Athleti. .\sot(( ia tiole 1 u"ilEsday Inight, landl the aivegth glltade; holluling its filnal exeircises (on Wednesday, were brought to a c'lose 'Tlhursday night, when seven gradimat 's were awaIFrded diplomas in the pires once of an audiI linc e which filled thlie ('liristian chulrch Ito ov-erflowinglii. M.issa Anniie Eastman;hi, assistant pIrincipal of the high itschool, presenteid the dipllo wma to Missf"s Maidge V'orburg, (Camille Taylor. Marjorie Grenli. ('orilnile A.lex ander, Fraonk Siple, Eugene Beuler and Charles Joiner. Men Trapped Skinning Deer. New Roads.-Robert Sterling of the conservation commission has been spending some time in the parish in an effort to capture those killing ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

are deaner signals-heed the warning In time. When the blhow is impovrrished the gateway ia open for the vrmua o0 dismme to enter and cause sickness. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery eraeIdtce the poinnma ftm the blrt hb rtusilg the livr. intvlg r"a, , olstl n Isaurl tyring and ,vur. htng the hlt.d, and thereby Invrtgoatlng the whle ivytern. pkk! and ' errtllous" dlieasse readilytisappear after 'slnm this old-Unie remedy. Hls bhems sold by drugiss foer ower 40 reosr-and alwars seLstactortl Advice that is not wainted should beI returned I tJpu'noind For thrush uso Hlanford's lalsam. Adv. Sad Fast. "Two are companylltly. "Yes. until they are mnade one'. The love we mists for a whilte we value all the more wthen its sweet ness is returned. Royston. INVIGORATING TO THE P'ALE AND ICKt I1.Y. The (old S tanrditl tr,ra'l trengllthening tl,'. J)V1T rAN'I'RI(* (.chi ll'(,Nti(,'. drier oet Na ·ari. Drlhes, t e bh'.dird bbillds up thesyate4n. aMe AppetlUser. Vr adults ad children. cta ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

1 WOMAN COULD NOT WALK She Was So ll-Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Pentwater, Mich.- "A year ago Iwas very weak and the doctor said I had a Sserious displace ment I had back ache asud bearing down pains so bad that 1 could not sit in a chair or walk ' 3ii ail ~across the floor and I was in severe pain all the time. I felt discouraged as I had Staken everything I Ji could think of and was no better. I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and now I am strong and healthy."-Mrs. ALICE DARLING, R.F.D. No. 2, Box TI, Pentwater, Mich. Iead WhatAnotherWoman says: Peoria, III.--"I had such backaches that I could hardly stand on my feet. I would feel like crying out lots of times, and had such a heavy feeling in my right side. I had such terrible dull headaches every day and they would make me feel so drowsy and sleepy all the time, yet I could not sleep at night. "After I had taken Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a week I began to improve. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Publi.shed every Saturday in the city of Abbeville. Ia. Entrr, , as ,,e('o:u c, las.s matter Mlarch 1. 1913, at thi" l1ast oflie at Abbeville. La.. under a: of March 3. 1879. Subscriptiot ,c1 a year, payable in advance. J. W. O'lBryan,... ....... Proprietor. Phones: Office 248, Residence 132. Advertising Rates ",Upon .ppliccati>n. Saturday, May 31, 1913. Railroad Time Table. ,:S'.T WO UND. No. SI8 tnort* car, leaves 6:30 a. in. No. 56 p,:Lssuntger, leaves 9:37 in. nl. No. 52"8 mixed, icaves 4:40 p. in. \\";F'1ST Io'\ND. \o. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. im. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2:05 p. in. No. 509 motor car. arrives 6:10 p. In. Today the Olympic restaurtant and lunch stand was opened up for business by F. P. Beauxis, in the new building just south of the Bailey drug store. Perhaps. without more rent than at present. you can find a house or apartment greatly more suited to yourlikiug---with better surround ings.better comforts, more room. I'his possibility giv...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 15. Phone 248. Abbevillc, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, June 7, 1913. $1 a Year. PROFISSIO()NAL CARDS * .*.*.*.***************.* John N utigier, Jistriat AtturI'r anld Aitornley at Law. Notary itn ofuic. Minos T. (~ordy, Att,orney at Iaw. I'lhone 34 Diweh ovt'r klank of Abibeille. F. J. Sa111sott, Attorney at Law. Notary Pulic' . 1V. 1. WVhite, Lawer. North of Court Hlouse. R. J. Iabauve, Attorney at laow. Nota:ry in office. J. o. Broussard, Attorney at 1a4w. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitclhell & Bailey, Attorneys a;t Law. Near Court Ilouse. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at law. Notary in oflice. Greenc & Greccne, Attor.ne.s at Law. Notary inl office. LEO SIMON Shaving Parlor oil Concord St. Hair Cut ................. ..... ...... 2 v e ................ ............................ Chiilern I lair Cuts ..........................15c $5 Down Then $2 weekly BUYS A Pianola Piano...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

Abbevillc Progress .. ".V. 'ltilra AN PI'()NE 248. I.,aflnnr Ps a stedy Job emmn to beh ftncttlla:e ' hiy this brtd oif weaither It is t lint to teach Towser that all really fahI.lrabl, e dog wear lluzzls Yetu will have to do your own swat ting The regular fly cops have other dutien. - tier, I hoping tlhe horne tomi c(an let all the goetne e.g:º remain in rold storage, Whlle awatting the flv 'tis well to remeemher to cover Ith RiuIar and blut ter bowls. In the National league' they are' passing the, pennant holpes around for gnueranl inspection Monte C'arlo is reported'e to have' cleared nearly $40.0)10,000 last year Sto, what's the une? One complicated way of being un happy is envying the thman who has to worry about the' Income tax. New .Jersey has harred'l the nhnrp tipped halltpin Thlus it will ,e no, joke. even if thell copn oe the point. To the mind of the rough neck there'x tho doubt that there, i1 more than one slrrmp In slrnillintled spellng. Yoe. he1' In agan The pest ap p...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

The Salvation of Children-A Sermon to Parents By REV JAMES M. CHAY. D. D. LDe. of the MonIv BU. Istntute Chicago TF:INT "It is 14tl, th.- will oif your .Fath or wh ),h t.. in h s4.a ,. that ,n,. .f tl . , lItthle un-  . hL1 rIl ;h " .M 1: I. I. I. b I love ..'.9s1 h" cause h- loved litth- chlhdren. I lovet hinl far mit a it y o t hs r things chit'lly b' clatus Ito hi' tinl, Stri t lilt thda Vy tit his g race throlttth his word andt I spirit. Illt I have a It'Iculiar for ln111 t ihenevt r 1yll tlloughll dwell on a little child. "I think whl..t I re:ttl thait sw,.,'t story of ,hi, \ h.-Fn J.t"-us watl h r o :| ns', 11 m1 t. rn, l, , t . h , r 'thll. th ' h 1 h'l II c l ir n hla n sl, to flis fithl. 1 te h I. ll ttke t., have l .-."n with t lint In this chaptier of Matthew he takes ai little child and slets him in the11 midst of his dlisciples, not mleerily to teach tlhose disciples a Itlsson it humlility, but for tlhe child's sake as well as thelir sake. Ili, has somethi), to l;teac...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

MUNICH'S NEW ZOO Animals Kept Under Conditions of Natural State. Park Located in Bavaria's Capital City -New Feature of Gardens is the Terrace Where Lions and Tigers Roam. Munich, ltavarla.- 1 noteworthy zoological garden hi.. of late been added to the many interesting sigh's of Munich, the capital of havarla. The animals will be kept as far as pos ulble under the conditions of their natural state. This park will be a practical combinati'ii of technical skill and artistic be:'t:y. To the south of tlhe city. where the air is laden with ith prfrumes of the great forests which corer the hills and dales of the Ilavarian Alps, and on the banks of the IRiver Isar. which rushes down foaming and roaring from the mountains, In still solitude umay be found the most beautifull land scape in the environs of lMunich. I'ine trees, hundreds of years old, together with silver birches and knotty wil lows and poplars, form a forest, and beyond farstretching green meadows rises a mighty mountain terra...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

IDL . IMAILDEQI I 4d WPX.A.PAIU Mr. William A. Radford will answer que.stlonn and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building, for the readern of this paper. )n acc-ount of his wide experience as Editor. Author and Manufacturer. he is. without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all Inquirles to William A. Radford. No. 17T West Jackson boulevard. ('hicago. Ill.. and only onelose two-cent stamp for reply. One of the objections sometimes made to the use of concrete in build Ing construction is the tact that the finished surface is rough and no at tempt is made to give a finish to the surface, either in the molds or after their removal. This is probably due to an idea that Interfering with the surface would destroy the skin of the concrete and lessen Its usefulness. Two methods are now being suc cessfully employed. giving a finish to concrete ýither in molded blocks, or monolithic construction in place. The first of these metho...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

HOW THIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH Would not give Lydia E.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for All Rest of Medicine in the World. Utica. Ohio. -" I suffered everything from a fe.male weakness after baby came. I had numb spells and was dizzy. had black spots be fore my eyes, my back ached and I was so weak I could hardly stand up. My face was yellow, , even my fingernails were colorless and I had'displacement I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and now I am stout, well and healthy. I can do all my own work and can walk to town and back and not get tired. I would not give your Vegetable Compound for all the rest of the medi cines in the world. I tried doctor's med icines and they did me no good."-Mrs. MARY EARLEWINE, R.F.D. No.3, Utiea, Ohio. Another Case. Nebo, Ill.-" I was bothered for ten years with female troubles and the doc tor did not help me. I was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work and every month I had to spend a few days in bed. I read so many letters about Lyd...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

MANILA A MODEL FOR CHINA New Republic Will Be Kept Busy Widening and Cleaning Her Streets. Pekin. ('hina.-The new republic or China indeed will have to make some dizzy strd'iAs in civic improvements to bring her streets up to the stand ard set by more modern cities else where throughout the world. The cities of China are notorious to trav elers for their narrowness and un cleanliness. Often they are more crooked than the meander of a moun tain stream, and are fit for pedestrian traffie only. This condition prevails to more or less extent in all Asiatic cities. and when we occupied Manila a similar condition confronted us. For a long time our o.Ticials tried to be content with the crooked streets, but it was known that sooner or later they must be widened, straightened. and otherwise improved. Manila has many streets as dark, narrow and irregular as any to be found in ('an Typical Manila Street. ton or Peikin. But these are being gradually straightened, usually at great expenlse It i...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 June 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS P'u',li-h , 1t-\t \ e * tutrdaXy in thel city of .1,hc·ille , I,a. I.11 It . .o . .4 'a tI La. i. att. e ,r M ;r 'h 1. 1913. at tiI } .t , ,i . a!i at .\,Il ith1 La.. un ekr .a t of M.ara 1 1, ],1 9. ,u b - , 't l i ,tio * i a yý .. r , } "a:.. b l. in J. OV'. ()'lr:yan,........I... 'rolritor. ]'honcs,c : ()flice 21S. RkIciltnct c 132. A sit rtisin ; Rdtt'. I l *n .II1 acuatiji.n S:tturdlay, Junc 7, 1913. Railroad Time Table. EAST 'lI I)N . N'o. 50 mnoto+r c·; r. hlea x. 6:;10 :. in. No. 51aW, I~j ctng'r. 1a:avcn 9-37 a. n. N,. 25 mixel, Itavs 4:441 p. a. WEST IIOUNtI. No. 527 iaixtl. Icavw' 9:37 a. nl. No. 15 p5.ass5enger, lcava 2:)% i. i. Noa. .509 motor car, arrives 6:11 p. itn. THE GIFTS WE HAVE. Few are korn into this world without an inherent gift of some kind, says the Commer cial Appeal. Many are more blessed than others.Artists arc born, not made. Genius may slumber in the souls of men and women without being awakened, but it usually is and finds its ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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