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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 6. Phone 248. . .. . A l 'eville, \'ermilinm I'arislh, Ia., Saturd:1V, June 11, 1 13. . * PR,)FESS.. NAI. CAR 1) lS *.*..******************** John Nu.ier, I)i.tr t .iAttorney and .ttornevy at ,aww. '",tasv in) othe. liinos T. (tordy, Attortnet at I,aw. I'houc 34 ({t.'e ,ovi r Itiank of A helw illc. F. J. San1l11,, Attorney at ,:,w. N'tary Public. V. B. White, L.:Iwyv r. North )of Court I{Gus,.. R. J. Lahauve, Attorney at Law. N, t.ul ii ott, ', J. 0. Broussard, Alttrnov at :Law. Notary a tiI. .t\l.tra. tor in ,lice'. Kitchell & IBailey, Attorneyl at Law. Near tCourt lHousc. Walter B. Gordy, Atturnevy at ltw. Notary ill office. Greene & Greene, Attorn~e s; at Law. Not~ary in ofle'. LEO SIlMlON Shaving I'arlor on Couonul St. Hair Cut ............................. Shave v .... .............. ............ Chihlerni Hair Cuts ............... l......... , $5 Down Then $2 weekly BUYS A...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

Abbeville Progress ' J. r. ItitYAN PHONE 248. Jut 'dihat do'es the "'slash" skirt pros. lnla ! all s a giood garI''. provided your tI Ait a irns occastionally. Al'o ', i. nortlon of a iuseless )ccu" patiso. Is that of raising artichokes 1 In the barbers strike' riots in New York It vc l\'ver were e.miploy'eI Neaxt! If all jokesl we're' Jr;'.,',a by points, a big IbLch of theth would s')ore Ilinus bl zero. Arntli'r Irmuch nee'de'd ii vnfitlon ie ai gol" bId tuhat will whitl. whenever ron it is lost The' silk hat ha:, sur i lvi' el a century. IlI Itut tI;i grTeeL one a few Iionitlhs i should tulfftce cf Whnir the i'alikani states feel like borrow Ing $1.ll It)O,, e) l0O. , whtt dots ti Turk. y feel like' li li The dollars tire' ilowvring in for tiur- le flte seret i but where are t he absolute proofs of w.,rtlh" It is oer iotiol . howe a'er, that the weorld I ieed vtiripiltield alkiing tuiore, than sinrteitlied rpellltifg I' I.es lett-iies hae two Ildy "coepper" SI arnd it is lt(i t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

- ''"r-  II Li I! - - I "Along Cornea a Pack of Carda or a Bottle uf Wine, and Back I Slip." 1i SYNOPSIS. Qeore l'rcrlval Algernon Jones, viv.. presldent of the Metropolitan (orientHal oig com,pany of New York, thirsting f.r romance, Is in ('alro on a business tripl florac.. itylnnn arrives at the hotel in Cairo with a carefully guarded hundli'. Ryanne selles done the famous holy Yhl ordes rug which he admits having stolen from a pasha at ltanded. Jones meets Major Callahan and later is Introduced I. !Fortune c'hedloye by a woman to whom he had loaned 160 pounds at Monte Carlo some months prevlously and who turns out to be Fortune's mother. Jones tak i Mrs. Chedamye and Fortune to a polo game. Fortune returns to Jones the money borrowed by her mother. Mrs. Chedeoye appears to ela aged In some mysterious enterprise unknown to the daughter. Ryanne Interests Jones In the United Romance and Adventure com pany, a concern which for a price will arrange any kind of an adventure to or de...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

Aj ~· b 7:.. M7)RJ AU*)P QP IRVVP' i III': :+ naval Rvlatir. ll.tI t I lly'o.0n 'Aas la.in'hed III n ll a ero piilnti.' from i eataptllt ri'c'lll' ;111n hil 1V I: llin hillsc ' bah I Irett' Iiii grl efutl l . lll I tl ft itho t of It ,l!, i rl~tiliI Ill l he Jttii I tI titilitarr .y tpii rutionsi has al seandi t lsh 1 H its vI in' loth its TI "ripolI anail li T lrk.y' . It.n'. l tls Inlr *IrlIiI hiiuml, upon iitirks nilId 'bs it has prove1 oif urreatier ttspftlnti ' in ir l n linl-riltt h lli lte siion of Ithe enelyi. The Iltulir is hae g n" a lll, I stl for Ihor i and hav i ti+ l lthe nerlriiilotinn' ollr fire ontiroil purit iseis l. ontilillig l the hat lti'rv illitiniiiillders of the l dIll gtuit toh train theilr w on pos lt asr Ito make them tell imost ffrti voly against Ithe I1ultat fiorces. This inmatter of fire controll i as vital to a navy s to aln army In aution. iopipoIRtlilv wthln hli' guns of a fleet are seatrching out ithe wear k iput in the and di'fencel's int he...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

TheCases of Alice Clement True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper A. Game of Hearts (Copyright, by W. 0. Chapman.) iHE divorce grist is still grind ing on," 1 remarked as my glance traveled over the shoulder of the man ahead of me and saw by the paper he held that eighty separa tions had been achieved in one day of court. Miss Cle ment and myself were on a Ravinia train, bound for the concert, and were hurrying through Evanston. "It cer tainly gets me how anyone stays mar ried nowadays." I continued. "Ilut then, if people can't get along togeth er, it's the best thing for them to get along away from each other." "Yes," Miss Clement assented rather seriously. "But the trouble is that most persons don't have a chance to get along. Somebody Is always mixing in, getting one or the other so wrought up about nothing that they finally get to thinking that there isn't any possibility of happiness. I ought to know," she added and then the...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

It's Easy to Learn. 1T Alexander Graham lell, the inver' tor of the, telephone, hit on his mar velous discovery while studying and RAIL whilie tleachinlg the deaf. At a dininer in \Vashington, Profes sor hIell eIaid. apropos of this facrt Soldi .'y s v. e ab ii ; let'l VnI blei secret's So from the mlqt Unlikely source1 A P'ersia-l peet, f e ,ie foir his n ieed In1,. was ,once a;ik- I byv hi, kite: twhere ht' had Ilarne'd hil phihl. Iphy. \-i " 'l' it thl iteil. i re tIi'h poet re t a plied- 'frotli the dlint1. whye l "e r :141 e1.1 vane't e a etep till the y lha;\e tried thet 1,11 information Wanted. It A liftle' ill II t i'1-, t ,ll, to t . 111 !11t loeeii (111" r ii t I i-ile l n1 I-It i 1. l Ii' - lII A in II ;htin ' , I t:io -Ie .1 - c ; i Ht'lte, " - i: t idl l t i I lt :1n l it Ihe l tal ýit i t ,i . X h, e.'i l I h1 , I 1' I, lt,`1p ic iftueII 1 teIe4 li. eI I '. ;I le : e1 e i,'1 Itf i f thie 1111: 1.h111 a '1 1- l (111 1111 . 1 - lilt i tP ili t i 1i, e h 11- 1ii1 L i...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

BIGELOWIS HONORED Union College Plans Memorial to Author and Diplomat. Committee Raising $100,000 for Reel. tation Hall and Professorship at Schenectady Institution-Was 17 When He Graduated. Schenectady. N. Y.- Plans are rap Idly being perfected at Union college for the establishment of an elaborate memorial in honor of John ligelow., the author and diplomat, whose long life of service ended in New York on December 19. 1911. John Itigelow was a Union man of the class of 1835, and was for many years the oldest living alumnus of the college. The memorial is to take the form of a recitation hall which will bear Mir. liigelow's name and a professorship in political science, and for these two purposes at least $100.,.)0 must be raised. A commit tee, of which Joseph II. 'hoate is chairman, has dedicated Itself to the raising of this fund, and the circulars calling for subscriptions will soon be sent out. It is felt." says this committee, "that the most fitting memorial would be a building...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 June 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS l'ul'l:, -lu l ,' ':v : ,ltt'til.tý i' thel ' (A YlV , \ I ( .,1. 1 Ill it 1, 1'll ; . t ;Lh . p' t o e e, .It 1.1,,. \11b . i 1 \. 111, i. | I.II i\. 1t , ' -t 'tt i , .' . Railroad Time Table. 1" I' l1 t N it1 N' . 1 , ,1 I,1. h.i ( / .II .1 111. N o. { it e, t .l ~ nil , II L , t ,t i Nit., is nll,.isa: c, p.'re 4` d. I «'EI;C1 )ME INI>)'STRIRI 1S. A t the ?a ,t r l';11tl:tr 11tetli11;, iif th iiote (it n til, e ou2ndl, fcting 111xº11 ti tittl l fr(ot t ll proxrty ('sid ers, it wodas de cide tht the newdu cotric are itn, Wehich is tcilhg opilt in thiat city, is a nuisance, pure and simple, Thions movste hy the coun ci vas, o doubt, mnaule in hlihalf of the petiti, and if lef t that they do not favor indulstries. Townerutsiders it would appear behat foundew industries are not welcomed here. We are of there opinion that awe need new industries and that they should be welcomed. Locations Miust be found for them, and if left to property owners, where ca a loeq...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

ABBEVILLE_ PROGRESS SIevoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. 248. Abllville, Veriilion Parish, La., Saturdy, Julne 21, 1 . $1 a Year3. INSIO)NA1. CAkI$ gier, ir $a41 Ja1n AIpttraev -at LAw. Notary in officc. ( vCorIy, .tt,''vin .At l,aw. ii, " i \, a It.iuk of Ahieviller. II S, 11, litorr my at ILaw. N'tarv I'ubli. litic, le awyer. Nrth of 'muirt llout'. Attorni'' at JAw. Notary in ,tflice. I )11.tl .;1d, Attorney at Illaw. mart and Ahbtractor in office. & Iailey, Attornli.jtt Law. Near Court lHoue-. IB. Gordy, Attioriey at Law. Notary ill office. & CGreee, Attorn''ys at Law. Notary in office. I 1ON g P'arlor ol Cosnor l St. lair . .... . ...... fair ut· 1. . C. F. Grinmmer can furnish you with a 25c Pipe, onie lc can of Tobacco and a Pipe Clcancr. L All For 25c 4NITARY Roach R Fly O nect 0 F Price $1.25. 14 SALK BY Ge. A. Comfort F FEE M ILL Write for 4dmerce pwdrcular. phone 93. RIR ABETSWANTE ICV7MTpw" W . Sm,  ..v ar=.= so=sr, ýM wNý r.1ww...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

AbbDcvilc Progress '1 111,\ 1'; 2 3:x. '- I, 4. 1.1;'0 I;I. , tIe .al' ' I 1 -* h11 itI. 'k Ii rci h fir th , ,it p t i t li lt ay ii t I I ir t tI. ! I i t " o f Ih , y .A t r f to ft . - a t 1 'I nl: Iv fai ,t fr14 no lt ' li. ) ', - '1 h,,1, I,'"l, it ii r i ,I r ... sL i i.. r t t t , .1 i t, " , I t t ,, h I . ;:1 i ,r r l il + . ;1ft Iv. ,it If i I t. t :lrc'vc , .1 ,pa rt i l lt t o h .ll rl Int Ah b .fn. ' ' . ' t hi"' ii rt ' at I ofl hi 'r :ie ' lgi ag t 1h .r ., it rc,,lr .it ,.-i ) nut l, n ":t ns l, r h - " h ir h ,for,. -,itti:: ,lown in din lll I l :,i.. unllldl.r hi I h,., h, t(td. l.. going A .,rdto g t, :I + pr)f0.or. bta sol l , ;a to 'r ' Irritnllft ~11ill, . th,, Iroanw t way, says an intrepiX d woman Nexplorer is more in n astroln marlen aries than darkest Ailica. And yet It a it t angels. ought to TOrvile w itright says amiating is j hasball fas motoring.h rWhich assuredly than devotion to uhtll' innii court or even golfing. Broadwaye says an bolstrepid wo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

1 11 ..`. i i I -- -___ -- +1 F-rL--c-~ f ý f !~ SYNOPSIS. i :r, - ,', r ' : I *! '' rI ' n.eI s t ,r . Si . r t' . i 1 lo - , " n . .1 I, l ' e ... t I , ,rT - -,i t , , , " , .' "I, , r J IT, t.tk "+ t. , ,,r r ' r n to t, n s th.e ,, hV ,, , t,, , by her TI,, th. r .tr "|' . !.. ,1.,,; r t,. ,n .-.0 i1n .o(in' rrit , , l n:~ •rltr ,rrI", in k~ ,wvn to the 1 tighfT I I tvitlo,- it,-r.sTs .lJon's in th*. S'rlit.d I(onancre and Adv.ntur-e orn .rin . ;a -.'n.-rn whir-h for a price will arr- eige any kindi of an adventure to Or t.er Mrs. r'h'.dsovet her brother. Major ailaihan, Walla-e and Ilyanne. as the I nated Enomn'-'e and Adventure conmpany, tplhn a risky enterprise involving Jo,nes tyanne nmakes known to Mrs Cheds ovy his Intention to marry Fortune Mrs. ('hedsove declares she will not permit It P'lans are laid to prevent Jones sailing for home. Pvanne steals Jones' letters and cable dispatche.s. He wires agent in New York. In ,Jnes' name, that he is renting house in New York to...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

CHINESE LADIES IN WASHINGTON These are the ladies of the C'hinese legation in Washington. In the cen ter is Mrs. ('hang. wife of Minister Chang Yin Tang; at the left is Miss Lily Chaug and at the right .Miss Alice ('hang. These ladies have speedily adopt. ed Amnerican styles and ways. THRUST IN THE DARK Servian Soldier Tells Story of Experiences in War. Encounter Between Sentry and Alban Ian in Blackness of Night and Storm -Waiting In Pitchy Darkness for Unseen Enemy. Salouaki, Macedonia.--A Servian sol dier just returned from Albania re lated the followiz.g episode as his worst experience in the war: "I1 was on night duty as a sentry on the Albanian hills, where rain and dark overtook us. All this region was unknown to us, but the tribes were Moslem, and supposed' to be hostile. I knew that thousands of lives de pended on me; 1 stood motionless. weary, stone cold, and unable to see anything. glad to rest my back some times behind me. I got to thinking of home in spite of myself, ti...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

The Cases of Alice Clement I ! True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth as Told by Herself to (Courtney Riley Cooper A Woman's Wiles (CupyrKight. by . ....I .) i'ltIN( tinte in i.inc tln P'ark, ( hicago, nmeans ldu *.tic gatherings onil thi benches, wandering coit iles along the pat lis, whirring motor cars oft the smooth lake Short drive, and happiness al nliet everywhere. And as n., strolled along we were watclinti alunilsedly the otnes who felt thieni ,l cioe in a little world apart as they talked foolishness Into each other's ears. The fact that it was day did not sent to make much difference. The little woman detective who strolled I,, hlde inm' smiled at the couples about is, then turned her gaze to the rollint lake, where, in the distance, a lnmberr ing freighter was lazily dipping ii't the horizon. "When Love is young In spriing time- " I quoted. AlIce ('le+ i ut. off for a half holiday from her work as a catcher of criminals for the. city of ('hiraKo. laughed 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. — 21 June 1913

Summer Hat That Milliner Considers Triumph of Art 6? i ·- '', . di " . . ^ '. 'rr ,  o  c" " ! • · II'llI II.r l1. t , ',! .' . I:',i.l "i aninrllll.ll.r ii g FPl . ,- . ;,. . d party th.. h. :to.I pllaz;a ti pt.in air tea. the park ciouL 'ir l tiil nall tit, ,is t of our warni a'.athlr fuclllli i , !his is an Ideal bit of mnllllners The large shape (on}l) lid.(stll y large at that) has a low round crownl. Hemp or chip hats answer for this model. The crown is covered with white silk crepe showing a small rose and foliage in natural colorings The brim has an overlay of white gross-grain ribbon with picot edge. The brim is caught up at the back LOW COLLARS WITH JABOTS Idea of Fashion That Has Much to Recommend It In Its Dainty Ap pearance. Second In position to the low col lars are low collars with jabots. shys the Iiry G;oods Economist Many of the styles that are taking the best, bear marked resemblance to the low IRobespierres of the last season, but this term was so overdone t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

MILLIONS PRAISE Hot Springs Liver Buttons The best remedy for iver, stomach or bowel troubles and especially con stlpatlor. is the famous HOT SPRING(; LIVER BUTTONS. Don't miss getting a box to-day they trne up the liver, drive out the poi'onous waste in the bowels and make t 'o feel simply splendid in a few hours. Cut pu Calomel and slam' bang purgatives. Try HIOT SPRINGS I.IVER ItI'TTONS just once and you 'll have no use for any other liver rerin dy Fine for sick headache. sal lou akin. dull eyes and blotches. eIruligistý everywhere for 25c. Free SampIle from Hot Springs Chemical 'o, !lot Springs, Ark. Infringing His Prerogative. :" w }'arson (Dead Gulch tabor ni; ;e -- I will now close the service w'Ih prayer Is-acon- Ioll on. parson' It is all r:~;nt- lra if yer want ter, but serv ee-"; ain't slupposed ter close in its to,* n till Tough Tomkins shoots de I'ghts out --Puck. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism and all kinds of aches and pains-Neuralgia, ('ramps, Colic, Sprains...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 21 June 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS 'I tn,,i.h.l ew'rv Satuarday in the cit1 ,,t .o\hAb ttIlt.l, La. E :11 - r q, i I, 4, , , rl l. t - t htm t t , 'r M tr t h ,1 ' . It I, ."t , 1 111, c :11 .\bh,.vlll,. I. , 1b r , f tl .:r th 3. 1."7' 'l ,t . " tl t  . ,I vat -.l % i.i l i. l N t. tlý 11, I , . .111 . Railroad Time Table. l eit' \I 10 l1(|-] . 1 0 C~ lll ot . 1 C It >11 :.', I 1,411 Nil N. s ,l , it.. . h, ') teil t .t. " il i t'", (i st11 . , f . ritu Iubix-dYI oout. Nowe t~hIt they)re llre Ii s il ca, in lercial ,,r,,.1nizatiou to dilliSte it. lilCric.'l ( rtg:a iz;itioh fIor wvuatt he cal get (it (If it, instcad ofI what he cail put into it, is re l)resented by a cipher with the rim ruhlbed out. Now that there are prize:; offered for the capture of the dreaded Iaxll weevils, and that they have mtade their appear ance, lets see that every one is captured. Every L1l weevil destroyed means the savinul of seventy-five lx)lls of cotton. We are unable to say what almhlst any other paper can. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

ABBEVI PROGRESS O. Devoted to the Interests of ill and urrounding Community. OAbbeville, Vermilion Pabh, La., Saturday, June 28, 1913 I . an Ply p T PROFESSIONAL CARDS any John Nugier, go District Attrney and Attorney at Law. the Notary in office. re Minos T. Gordy, no Attorney at law. an Phone 14 Office over Bank of Abbecille. all F. J. Samson, w Attorney at Law. li. Notary Public. W. B. White, tr Lawyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labauve, d Attorney at Law. Notary in office. O7. Browumsd, AlmUeY at Law. eary sad Aubstrater in aice. Kitchell & Bailey, AttMraeys at law. Near Court House. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary ina oee. Greene & Greene, r==Ya at Law. Ntary in odae. LEO SIMON 8saig pa ao P or2 st 5c. S Hair C :at............-... . --.·· . I.Sc. t .se......... .... ................... c A usa Liirt Ca ......... .. ..... 1. good Keoptw Keep cool for the next twot months and bring your friends J under Grimmer's fans and enjoy T · a glass abeer. . -P - aR S S'...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

Abbeville Progress J. W. O'JHRYAN PHONE 248. The father of the trolley car is dead. He left a large family. Let us hope the sign painters will not adopt the cubist art. Currency reform can never make money any more popular. Philadelphia is trying to get up a corner in baseball championshibp. Headline says: "Aged 83 and Wants I a Wife; Owns a Buggy." Also-is. a Sometimes a mere look at one's I purse will reduce the vacation fever. Possibly men are going to raise i whiskers just to make the women Jeal. ous. ' t "Without warning," writes a re porter. "the boom began to creak and groan."   There will be a terrible run for serums when they begin to cure t wrlnkles. c What will happen when a goat eats one of those ultramodern explosive golf balls? A fortune of a million or so awaits a man named Brown. He ought to be easy to find. By a beneficent law of nature and trade the watermelon is cheapest I when it to best. In these days when a box is more or less Indefinite, why not sell strawber ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

Confusing Voices By REV. J. H. RALSTON s ae.., f Cm..p.ds.de.. Depmes... Measl Bible ,laies, Chicse TFEXT-"There are. It may be. so many kinds of vok.-s in the world, and none -.t thenm is without signifleance." I Cor. 14 10. The apostle Paul was greatly an noyed by the gen eral confusion that characterizet the Corinthian church, but this text seems to have in mind a religious meeting in which some are praying, some ex horting and some teaching. lie says there are so mane kinds of voices. and none of them is without some particular significance. Transferring the scene to the pres ent day there are many voides con cerning almost all subjects-social. political, commercial and religious. but we confine our thought to the last. Of the many voices on religion that might be considered, there is not one but has some signification. There is not a religious error of the day but contains some truth. There is some valuable signification in it, and from it the religious and orthodox can oftenti...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

1k A ~~.5 d. - : ~ a5. PRTI~ OU l I G ~ s-r : I1tLRG:TCRcL F the experience of past years is repeated the an nual celebration of the signing of the Decla ration of Independence this year will cost 200 lives. No more serious results, as far as casual ties are concerned, could be expected from a considerable bat tie. For though the number of dead will be relatively small, the list of wounded will be very large. Probably 20,000 or more will be seriously hurt in one way or another by explosives. Of these more than 100 will lose one or both legs. Nearly 100 boys will receive injuries in the right hand from toy pistols, from which they will die in a lingering and painful manner from lockjaw. ha In the palm of the human hand there is a plexus, or network of nerves. When a toy pistol explodes, or shoots Ia backward, as it is always liable to do, cl the wound inJdlcte is usually in the oc palm; there is laceration of the net work of nerves aforesaid, and lockjaw at is likely to follow. The e...

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