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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 June 1916

t Brief News Items of Local Interest I *4*-** -* *****~~ ~*~~* .~~~~~~..~~ Miss Mabel Voung left Wed nesday for a visit at Guevdan. A. T. Delcambre, of I)elcambre was among the many visitors here Wednesday. Monday was quite a windy and dusty day, follow by a hot and dry day Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Young left Tuesday for Eunice, where she will be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller. E. J. LeBlanc, rural letter car rier, of Erath, was among the business visitors here this week. Nearly all the parish and ward officials have qualified, their com missions having reached here two week ago. Willie Durke, the popular clerk at the Albert Stauffer Co. store, was on the sick list during the early part of the week. Leon Sugar, a prominent at torney of Lake Charles, was a business visitor here during the early part of the week. Joe Laporte came in Tuesday from Port Arthur to visit a few days with home folks. Mr. La porte is engaged in civil engineer Ing work. P. U. Bourque, of the Bourque Purnit...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 June 1916

Cattle Dipping In Earnest The .\1,til rt',,ort of Or. .. 1. Smith. Illslt.('ttl r iln CUlhlr U c,i the tick r.ii;e;,t ill work in l.,,ui-eu'a showi, thatt 9),is 1 t, C;tttli" Wel di}il - p, d iin the i,, \tn pari-he, th it are i ,)-t :iC',i\e ill !ilhtillh the' tick . T 't-e t\ t p11 ,: 'ri4 h -", the niothl b ter ,t a':lttit ,I lpi' c .ti t lhe t l-(1 11 11 Cer (,If I ll \'at........ . in c i , ;l't'5 a t 4i\ ". \N11111"' Numb~r I :a ik-t 1 1it. a .. 5, . ,1 \\e-tI :(l' IM1 M l 'l 5 u+t 1)o'.'t put oil Itak;rgl a lit 'tient l of 1 Po-,-)o-iLax Your a' teni l d o l ithalI.a rr a .d tiiic --nIotlill ig ite l' - ),D-Lax to purify the b'o it, gntllh lat lve the bowel anrl timiullte tlI e liver to healthy ac tion. The first dost releases the acrcunulated poisons. I' is a laxative to;ic for v ung, adult and aged. Its mild lion gripi:.g action conlllncids it to ldelicate women. Gun rantelte-a trial will conivince you Get a bott:e to-da.o adv Steno-Typewriting Is The Greatest Single Ste...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 June 1916

ABBEVILLE P _____ u E i l Nhw . fiQ1; VOL 8. I)evoted to the Interests of Abbeville and lSuri,J;~ti: Co, . Phone 248. Abb1ville, \'ermilion Iarislh, I ., Statur . l*n- 17. 191i - I QUALITY. We like to say that word because we've given it so much attention. \We tiake prilde in seeing that our Ice is just as Pure and HIygicnic as possible. When you get I I( )N\ I . ceyoul may rest assured that it is absolutely Pure from every standpoint, for every little thing that goes to make it so is studied, and nothing is left undone that would ac complish our desire. HOME ICE FACTORY PHONE No. 12 First Regular Meeting of the Newly Elected Council Ahhevillº, Ln. May lst. 1916 The newly elected Mayor aind ('oucilmen of the I'own of Ahhe ville, Ls.. m"t this dlay in reg, ular essi'on,. Ilie Mayor called upuin J. C Brounsard, to set as temnporary secretary and called the meeting to order. Upon roll-cal' the following gentlemen answered to, their t,amnes : W. S Hayes, Mayor. J (. R,rousatd, A llerm...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 June 1916

ABBE VILLE PROGRESS and \'ý R'111 II.Itº) : N\l:\l . :,nI i.,cl (h t I. 1 1 . I'hll l edll E very S.tu l',1:t' :it .\ltic,.ill . L.:. EIntercl a, ,co lnd e .., .iat- 'I .at 1. 3.' t.. c Ie po't ,,ilcc aIt Abbervilc. La., undcr Act of .M1a:rch 3 1 7. j. W '. O 'I'r* an..................... i 'litr nd t I'r-prictr. Phoncs: ()flicc 21S; R c-idcucc 132. Advertising Rat.'s lurnishld I't,,n .A1,],ic" tion. S ,HSC lI1'TI( )N IRATE'IS. O ne Year . ........ ..................................1() Six M o, ths ...... ............. .5() T h ree M n tl s........ ....... ......................... Single Co(),.............. ............ All suihscriltittns .trc lt:i\. leh strictly ca.-l i i l ;a ce. T R l' 1 0 C -I " 1I. ' ' ' l t mt .. f p : 'f t. " , I tl :t. :I . I . . l ,t . .a ..1 :.\f .r ., n , . p lp r,ll l' \\t . ". ,l . . 1 Ci . " ". t l . , r1" t' tn . o' I',' 1 . CO nittitti " vt tt t t i it . ltt ,t. l, il nt 1 t, \-i-% N, it i i t I 1 ; tH i p lan . mail or ill Itrt"". S,:tui'l.\ , ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 June 1916

Brief News Items of Local Interest in J-anut rttce. Dick Fletmninag ce in Thi't day for a visit with hliin folks. Mrs. Paul en culie- of lkaumont is visiting here, a guest of hlvne folks. Miss MiIlr< t T hi.l f l:rarnklin is the gluest of Mr. ai.d I1r . R. J Ia lauvc. Mis.s Marv ip urgz. of New Iberia, is visiting at the himie of Mrs. Dora Swain. Mrs. Leon Doininique. of Alex andria. came Thursday for a visit with home folks. Mr. Elvra Lewis of Jeanerette was the guest of W\arren Bourque during the week. Mrs. F. L. Melebeck is spend ing a few weeks in Beaumont the guest of relatives. Miss May Pollard, matron of the Vermilion Sanitarium, was on the sick list this week. James White, of Crowley was a business visitor here during the' early part of the week. Miss Stella Boulegnv was the guest of Miss Edna Landry of Delcamb'e last Tuesday. Joe Laporte left Tuesday forj Port Arthur, where he is engaged, in civil engineering work. Misses Helen Swain and Mary Bourg were the guests of Mr...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 June 1916

Young Folks, It's Coming And You Can't Hold It By The Tail. Prepare to grasp opportunity h, the horns, you can't hold it 1,\ the tail. O(pportunity i. knocking at your d(,or. \ou proal)bly do not fully realize what thi. means: how much it means to you. What prepara tion have von made for the rcce, tion of your opluirtunitv when it olles? Are von lrepared It will i:o: take you long to make the pre p.: ration if you adopt the following motto ' I(I ", 'IDI-TIERM INI . "DELIVER"'. To dig means to strive, earnetly,. conscientiouslI. diligently day after day. securing a practical training for which the bt)sine~s world pays cash, and1 thin when you have secured thi- train ing, keep on digging-I)ig, l)eter mine, without deternuinnition you cannot make a success of yotir fu ture. It takes determination to do anything, and with it you can re volutionize the world, you can ac complish everything. Deliver that is the natural result after putting into operation the other two mottos Dig and Dete...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 June 1916

SABBEVILLE G VOL 8. Devoted to the Interests o f AA,-eiileI .Su o__io_, _C_::_- . Phone 248. Ab villc. r ili 'i P::rishI La., r J e 191 ~L~. _ _ _ --- _ _ We Have The Equipment And The Ability To s. rve you as you ought to be served, and when you are not, let u, ask you ag1.in, to let tus know, for .his i the only way we can accoiiplisl our desire. Of course, sometimes, little thin, s go wro.ng, but they are not intentional, and, if von! will cail us up, they will be corrected IMM;IDIATELY. HOME ICE FACTORY PHONE No. 12 A Wholesome Vegetable The lima or butter bean is a vegetable that should re ceive more consideration and attentior in this section than it now gets. It is not only a wholesome vegetable to use in.the fresh or green state, but can be dried and kept through the winter and sold in the local markEtts. The bush type of lima beans should receive ulore attention; they are easily grown, and if given proper care and atten --ion--will continue to bear throughout the season. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 June 1916

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and 'I-ERMILION NFI,'S. Conolidattd Oct. 4. 1')I5. Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered a-, second class matter March 1. 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La.. under Act of March 3, 1879. J. W'. O'Bryan,............... ... Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. .Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year........................... ............ $1.00 Six Months............................ 50 Three Months....... ........................ 25 Single Copy......... ...... ................. 5c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. NOTICE TO s.T'ISCRI!IRS: \111 s,oisrihers are ni\i duly notified of the rx pir..ticn of their subscription. andl e ill pr,,nuptly discontinue s.nding paper, unless\ .ite 1i I. tieti t'(' o iUt n lue S'n ig Sdl '. k '-Re ivin- 1 no nticc to continue. \.e will feel at lilbert. to stop ml, ilini it. Notice can be given by phone, mail or in person. Saturday, Jun...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 June 1916

Brief News Items of Local Interest The Iron Claw. Chocolate Candies, Ice Cold, at Stansbury & Co. J. P. Jones, a prosperous farmer of near Perry, was a business vis itor here during the week. D. C. Rose of Crowlev, is visit ing here, a guest at the home of his brother. Ned. Rose, of Rice Cove. Pineapple Frost at Stansburv Co. J. A. Summers has returned from a visit to Marlin, Texas. where he was the guest of his brother, Percy Summers. Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Nelson are spending a few days in New Or leans. They are expected to re turn home today. Denis LeBlanc is visiting his father and mother and other rela tives at Ged. He intends residing there permanently. For your parties there's nothing better than Pineapple Frost. Your guests will enjoy it. Stansbury & Co. Mrs. P. O. Bourgeois and child dren, of Erath, were).ete Thursday spending the day with her sister, Mrs. Felix J. Demnary. Miss Laura Palombo, of Vinton, returned home Sunday after so Journing here for several weeks visi...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 June 1916

CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP A CONTINUOUS CAMPAIGN Suggestions for Making Our Town a Better Home Town- Chairman of National Bureau Says Start Now and Keep It Up the Year 'Round. INCE Hercules diverted the river S to renovate the Augean stables a "Clean Up" has had its place in b tih; world's vernacular. With Spring n tha desire to returbish comes sub ca.tlciously into the hearts of men d st.' women, and communities. Blut without directionl and sustained effort C tLie cxpression of that desire, in the b firm of thle ordinary "'Clean Upl Day" i or "Week," is apt to result in a super- c ficial sally against filth. Years ago Alloen \. Clark, a St. Louis C editor, made up lis mine that this natural "Clean Up' iim tiuct could be a tuced to account, that it could be r du'o:oped into a real campaign work- I leg toward definite ideals and accom pshlilng permanlent results. And so, h in May 19t2, Jlr. ('lark founded the N:.itlonal "Clean UP and l.aint Up" C:r,.paign Bureau!. with headquarters t Jt,...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 1 July 1916

AABBEVILLE PRYqGE5 :1n,1 1 ýerm:i;lionll 1 \115. ' E ý. liý i:lalt l. VOL. 8. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surroundiing Conummlnit- . Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La.. Saturd::y, July 1, 1916. 0 QUALITY. We like to say that word :lecaus. we'vt givec n it so mnuch attciitioi. 'We take pritde in seing that our Ice is just as Pure and Hygienic as possible. When you get 1HOME' Ice vonu lmay rest a-aured that it is abso!utely Pure from every statndLolint, for ever; little thing that goe.s to make it o i. studied, and nothiug is left unidone that would ac comuplish our desire. HOME ICE FACTORY PHONE No. 12 '-_'.,_--- l~---,-Z~· _lI-l--- iIt_ ll°" ll" - - O Community Co-Operatio_ co raxturxo FARM AND RANCH-notLAND'S M GA23NS I happened to meet a man not long ago who was bewailing, the fact that oneof his farm imp-l mncts for which he had urgent need, \:iws lying idle awaitin'g a new part that had to be ordered "(,ut of town." Reason? The implement in ques. tion h...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 1 July 1916

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and 'ERMII II(N N I"WS, Consolidated Oct. 4. 1915. Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as second class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La., under Act of March 3, 1879. J. W. O'Bryan, ................... Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. O ne Y ear................................ ...... ..$1.00 Six M onths ....... ......................... . Three M onths.......... ...... .................... 25 Single Copy........................................ c All subscriptions are payalle strictly cash in advance. NOTICE TO SUI:ISCRIERS: All11 subscribers are now duly notliel of the , piraptCI of their subscription, and we will lrmltly discontinue set li:, paper, untless we ate iitii1k t conutint e ,I tlin. SA c dl l. l ing vit T tiotiec u continue. we %iill feel at liberty to stop nt.iling it. Notice can be given by phoo',. mail or in person. Saturd...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 1 July 1916

Brief News Items of Local Interest I Miss Pearl LeBlanc is visiting in Erath. George Golien returned to 1;atorn Rouge Monday. C. Bouligny was in Elrath Mon day on business. Miss Belle Kitchel left Monday for a visit to Beaumont. Miss Camille I.eBlane is the Guest of friends in New Orleans. Dr. and Mrs R. P. Nelson re turned fom New Orleans Suinda. Mr. Harold Henderson of New Iberia, was a visitor here Friday. Miss Wanda Della Brous·ard are spending the week in Broussard ville. F. J. Broussard returned home Wednesday from a trip to New Orleans and Abita Springs. Miss Stella Bouligny left Sunday for New ¶berira where shewill at tend the Hill and Landry wedding A meeting will be held at the Courthouse this afternoon to look into the matter of holding a big parish fair. Miss K. M. Pollard, of the Ver milion Sanitarium returned from New Iberia Tuesday, where she had been called by the death of her uncle. Louis Vallee, who recently pur chased a pair of pheasants has suc ceeded in havingl5...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 1 July 1916

No Paying Crops N on Poor Land Thetre are nnme1111111 r farllntl ti t I dav trving to tiak t 1a\' ig trp1" t of corn. or cotton, oir tnInc on bllad that has be'n SVst (llttlC alli t robbedti). I for the ast t\ tnt" year,. Thy i fat lllir in thils cast' s 1 llittlllng i p: holelcs fight that \\ill not tltl\' p;lulperiti , himsll lf. h1 11t \\~1 11 1 1i l 1' hl, land in %1(, .tc110 .1 in,1 t h1 t 111, I it \\ill take << \cti i weu ,,t h~ i i it Lhth .te tit11. , .tll tt t1 , it to 111 p.ti ',h t, .l|\" tlhat .t' too poI t, 1 t , t ed fat h. tI ih l, S; ttsl t t I toak Illis at l, t le n \\,,he 1.00.1 ut tr!\ 1st ' ,t theIt fa oler r1c .till tt i'l ti ' cotrn i tal aiVeir tll t iio tht is t. iCt ed toil. t arI t is itn rtile for at fator to lCOlk itil fgood i ', l o il. Iu t 0xl 1tt hed fi C. I ct ris igs,,l tii t ae v'sthii exilltu1t' lai\l oti a1rc t1 lielC t ita tilet I1, orti not la 11,t ,t Cllc itr'.,1111,+1 11ar1t ;ay t t c x te ciatle 1fy iii it d.1t ct -s Ind frt io ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 8 July 1916

ABBEVILLE I B Bi! ( r'lli]il News. : "l' '.'!:!:'t l. VOL. 8. Devoted to the Interests of Abbevi!e and Sur~;un:i',.; ~ ni.. Official Journal of Abbeville. Ab ville. eriiln Parish. .., Saturday, Julv 191. .QUALITY. W'e like to say that word because we've given it so much attention. W'e take pride in seting that our Ice is just as Pure and Igicgkric as possible. W'hen you get IOMEII Ice you nlay rest assured that it is absolutely Pure from every stiandpoint, for ever: little thing that goes to make it so is studied, and nothing is left undone that would ac complish our desire. HOME ICE FACTORY PHONE No. 12 YOU CAN AFFORD IT. Facts and Figures on Young People's Earning Ability. From $100 to $150 pays for a complete life scholorship, including books and board, in Bookkeeping. Shorthand, Telegraphy or Business Administration and Finadce in our school. When one or more of these courses is finished, we will place the graduate in a position where his first two or three months salary will...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 8 July 1916

S1) , rr" .! r - ' . . . . .. . . . . e. l,.................................. :1 ie' "_. .) ......... .......... ............ .... . All :. .i, .:.. . " ' Si;'.,:LR J . O ..i t 1 .. .. .r 1i1 : .il or in inr' on. (11-ice ir ·~11: 141, f u; ti i -: (G:li(ca 611 ?(1 4*Jj l;1(: :t t1 (1 f e?.4e It~licf tº"e ( ~ ý:;i taiikel t1I f'; I & :ri , 1 -:i I1,1~tl rq1a V CC r'Ver 11. L'1,^,t.(" 1' r ,;t 1r. lilirtu I u 1':,;a + i t r itt eight. I tii: fiir f; l 1. 1 t i ii I it 1( ;1 k 1 t- -11'. te -a ;~t r Jilif +(_ t i. M ' i :C x'* h. 11-r - C - 1)r W . G iis, ·C! 1 OrIte1'si tria t"i; uinndi !£a: ibº, he~r;: ciýa' (!l. ti,) £ix' L'C er there inure than (.Ii11 wyeeks 11;" hod te' Idf +,:I ~it liii lr' Adhir, wleII f:it it: thIe h..;j tie et, (tart zI, large ) i t;lt d I , \1"I:11 Il rL-cit seveu trcI,'k18, ii) toE 1'BSti. e"~tC(tarv 1.I w-,r ;n "! t t cbim)'nr, Sir El ..,-i (trre V hr_ C't 11% in E~, ;i a ~il he 14 , r' f D.'rhli ul1. " ; *; * ' Two hnndrlrd Cf1;iI t.ii "ý ac' are the 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. — 8 July 1916

SBrief News Items of Local Interest i LOST--REWARD. Gold Medal (size of silver half dollar) La. S'ate Pl'ar;i. As'n. to 3. M. Eldridge. Return to Corner D. ug:,torc and receive li| eral reward. Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. I.afleur, of Crowley were visitors here this week. Miss Inez St. Martin, of Houma, -is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Godard. Mrs. . J. LeBlanc entertained at a dance Tuesday night, in honor of her sister, Miss Finley. Miss Kate I)utel entertains the Five Hundred Club this afternoon at the Veranda Hotel parlors. Mrs. 1. F. Dubus, Miss Inez Dubus and Chester I)ubus, of New Orleans, are visiting at the home Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Summers are having the beautiful home in the northern part of the city paint ed white. Misses Simon, LeBlanc and Du bus, of New Iberia, were visitors here Wednesday, guests of Mrs. A A. Dubus. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Scalesi are the proud parents of a fine baby boy, which arrived at their home on July 4th. Mr. and vrs. Lucius Dutel, at the ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 8 July 1916

Vermilion Parish to Have a Fair BY T. II. CASANOVA After several meetings of busi ness and farmers it was decided unanimously that we could have a fair in this parish from Oct. 5 to Oct. S for the purpose of bringing the farmers and business men in closer cooperative relation and to foster the better production of crops and live-stock generally throughout the parish. W\ith our present facilities and financial status the staging of a creditable exhibit is not going to be an easy proposition, but the time has come when it is very necessary that we arouse ourselves if we are expect ing to stand abreast with the more progressive parishes of the state in Agricultural work. It is a sal fact that though we have some of the highest priced. And moit fertile lands in the state, yet our crop yields and the condition and our live stock from the stand point of profitable breeding is still very crude. We cannot become a great farming section until the farmers among thetmoelves and the busi ness ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 15 July 1916

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and, Venrumilion N .ws, "'ou,lidated. VOL. 8. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 22. Official Journal of A\Ih)eVille. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, July 15, 1916. $1.00 a Year. QUALITY. 'We like to sav that word because we've given it so much attention. We tal:e pride in seeing that our Ice is just as Pure awnl lygienic as possible. \ hetn you get li(I!- : Ice you n may rest a-sured that it is albsolutely I'ure from every standpoint, for everi, little thing that goes to make it so is studied, and nothing is left undone that would ac complish our desire. HOME ICE FACTORY PHONE No. 12 •_ I I-" -  lP. i - Community Co-Operatonm COPTRIUIfED FARM AND RANCH.HOLLAJD'S M WGAZWI -Much of the trade lost by small town merchants to foreign con petition is the direct result of a lack of proper advertising. A most convincing example in substantlation of this stateimnt came under my observa:ion about thaee years ago during a vi...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 15 July 1916

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and I-RMI1.IO\N N\i E 'cnollt1d )ct. 4 1 . P ublislhd Excry Saturday at :\i,c\iile, I a. (o)ticial Journal! of the Town of .\1l ,ceilIc, I.a. --- __ Entered as second clan- matter March 1. 1913, at tlih post office at Abbeville, la., under Act of March 3. 1879. j. WN. O'3Bryan ................... .. ..dit'r and Proprietor. .Phones: Office 2-18; Residence 1.32. Advertising Rates Furnished 'p.t1 Application. SUBSCRIPTI')N RATES. ... ....51.001 One Year ...... .. . .. . ......... ... - Six M onths...2........................... T hree M ouths......................................... c S ingle C opy. . ................... .................. All subscriptions a:"r p.,;:lble strictly cash ill advance. NOTICE TO SI'BSCRIBl t1 RS: All subilt rtwrs are , ,' ..t' ,t t o t piraticn of their subscrilption, au, ve ill lm : t t u r .... .. piaper. unless \%e are Iotitiv( t. cot( t ," :,t 1 02,liu jn,t-. l.:e i\ii' , . continue we %vill e\el at lilrt' t, stop eliliti it. Noti...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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