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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 December 1916

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Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 December 1916

by JAMES WlIToCIM RILLY iii ' 1 t ,l ll I I.' : , xII. .1l ll ,I 1 i.4 .4 a II. l ta I11llod i ln e:el I Je, ;;mol 4lll 1ll Iloosl er ste." as it \\1. useld to hllyig howl ittIly refe rrel I lt. i the forensic S tumli orator fromll the old ,stll ll In li i aurt Ihol se .1rtl-d ai jiolitl.il t .:iliiuip igt Iie Ilig the wildlest delight thatli Zekesuliry tmight evier Iollie to ,'sill iits own. Thriough y'.irs the it ful halippi.ings of the Iowln and its %i'inl"y went on the sali.e -hll- lsme' Atiuuutlily about' olne cirrus vqentIured in. and vlitaished, and wais gaone. even as a ltt.uig trtUt pet-blast ; tiii usual rainy i seasonl swelledl the "crick," the driftage chok nlllg all "tlihe civered bridge. "undi back lig water till the old rad looked as-li phlbioust; llland crowds of curious town fo)lk struggled down to look uponlll the watery gtondqrIr, asnid lean awtIesltruck above It. and sp1it in it. antad tu ria lute ly home lagain. The usual formula of inilild,nts pe culiar lto ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 December 1916

All t Int'loT a~tli Ao~ tnlc· L thei'':( i ~l iiIjl 0,l EIGHTH STORY deyond Recall Ma garet Graemni had amazed her lriends by dropping out of the social world for a time. and returning to it with the queer statement that she had been taking a course in law. People wondered what .lohn Leon ard would think of this freak on the part' of the pretty but strong-willed girl to whom he had so long been en gaged. Bat Leonard was not given to airing his opinions for the beseflt of the public. Moreover, he was used to Margaret's eccentric ways. Indeed, he had tolerated them in a half-amused fashion ever since he and she had been children together. Then, too, he had new interests of his own, just then, that so absorbed him as to leave little time or thought for lesser matters. The Explorers 'ub,. of which he was a member, was organizing an ex pedition into the unpopulated hinter lands of ltrazil--san ,"pedition which TIAonard had tar. ti fil:nanced and which he' was to J,';l. Preparations for t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 December 1916

TAKE EVERY PRECAUTION AGAINST A SPELL OF INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION COLDS, GRIPPE OR MALARIA RESORT TO IIOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters AT THE FIRST SIGN OF TROUBLE ?aFwy-"Thn mem I webe. with a dMe l .itd."  . I--"r Ia a·'·r·I w.wL i Ue Iedm.'" g"T-hee'at Ihtead. hew d* y·w re;ets te i Puy-"Wdhl. y) e -eaa thessprag the bed .ini . m·yt5"L Y f..tI w buttr Ura" Boschee's Geinan Syrup is a remedy of urpassing excellence for the numerous disorders caused by getting wet feet, or occasioned by ex posure to the weather. It has been a standard ev crywhere for the relief of colds of all kinds for 51 years. 25c.and 7k. sizes at all Druggists and Dealers. When ma:rriage is a failure woman gets the worst of it. Whenl It is a suc cess she gets the best of it. Don't Neglect Kidneys Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Prescrp tioa, Overcomes Kidney Trouble It is now conceded by physicians that the kidneys should have more attention as they control the other organs to a re markable degree and do a tre...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 December 1916

All I actorK . - '"'"~ABBEVILLE PROGRESS A As P'u rshed Every Saturday mno i" ) Ii1RVAN. Edhtor and Prop. -.11 the .J. ~' V Advert .i' g Rate, on Application. \u ---- - - Saturday. Dec. 2, 1916. Notice. ()In otl, after 1on1 1 9t, 111. tl subt ,.,r pt1,,'" I nr ' ,t t h,. \.1, a-villh iroert.s` l I ,1 r t', r. Not mT or. than t. ' ears' -u` "ripft! l It) atvanu'e will b" receu. d L: t 1.,sr'e t pri. c of 1 is' p),-r sear. \1! ,rer, for su1., 'riptilltn wuat , ti, cul 1antd '.y tlhe pa.as rnt. J . tW. It IR AN, Pullishcr. t(',oulel Fifteen Years Coughs that hang on and grow worse in the night are relieved by Fo!ey's honey and Tar R. F. Hall. Mahe, Va., writes: For 15 year- I was afllicted with a troublesome brunchia' cough and irritation of the throat Foley's Houey and Tar rehlieved me; and after taking oine bottle the cosllg. ceased Sh11 IEver r' h,,e adv. Ncw Year Post Caris at Sitansbury & Why We Are Bothered. After a careful survey of the city of Crowlev, the State Health ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 December 1916
Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 December 1916

ABBE1ILLE _R_ and_ V mt~lilin()l NS:-.._ .'(3:Ci,,)Co il(,(I, VOL. 8. I)evoted to the Interests of Abbel ille andi zurro-ding Com:munity. NO. 44. Official Jouri:lP I f A ,I l 1 ille. .bbe 1e r ilian Ptri gh, La. Sýtrda,, Ie , : , 1!:0. $1.00 a Year.  ll P "l ' lie~:'l I tliaI~'ril -t , ileaP II,?"i"_l l ": llliY ". l- ,, IO .' " i-, lY'i"-J'l"al qil! ' };"ll]l]i4e "lp "  : a''t l¢" )lll I " ' '>'- -'(" -, --" .  -.l, -.. .... . . ... .. .. .. .. .. ... . ... A Merry Clrinitmas d ad a Ippy -New Year to .\11 L. H. ,SUMMERS All Grades of Pine and Cpress Lumber and all Building Material State S'creet rhone 14-3 Phone 201 M!: 'trcet EXCELSIOR BAKERY F. J. I'J.. RY, Prop. Choice Lreed arm :-: Cke, s :-: .. Yuletide Greetings To All A Statement Addressed to Borrowers on Farm Mortgages The Firm of Houssier & Latreille of Jennings, La., has conducted a successful business at the end of each year during the period for whlich the loan has been made. And ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 December 1916

1 -I, , '( 1% t" S Be-OE! : OFF SIIJRT -' - + 4+ . te n v!. +t 4.e t .3111 + . - SII , - Ir.,lw m t. I at . . h ; to : .. .}"l r d 4 SI, i.,llt .entl, na trai o'd r -t t}i, + tio ,in r.... griev-anc e. f + ' th;e. a liniustry tish hay n +v - SNrewr T horn e. r, begt in top crny neith soillton nIor Il hoverm what - - l + it io t who 1hav: n t e cq ri. arenitns it tan thle t e fio.e t Tno b lasat ltor t egill nha to er hunt. fora ae that dproper at tah dm o e n inn beepn r. inherh'rtI \xilli the era ofe I torl gssil. If it is true. a4t reported, tio the czir of Uuicoia l a.vi tllli  il IM autotio Idles it is ille hisu tr to iderstad how hA cman afford l weardh. d searr itha u ever, but as at they can neither abe eaten nor shot from fire rs, It does mt thter much.s - in luthlern China there live sav ages who have not yet acquired a writ aie unknownl oallt itn lre aonn ie-. To lisaten to the politicians oneme might suppose that prosperity and na tional welrbeing are merel a mat ther s...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 December 1916

CALOMEL IS MERCURY, IT SICKENS! STOP USING SALIVATING DRUG Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."-It's Fine! You're bllous! Your liver is slug gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your hbad is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach sour and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you sick, you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp lag. If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee tat each spoonful will clean your John Marshall was chief Justice at eighty. DON'T SNIFFLEI You can rid yourself of that cold in ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 December 1916

BEVILLE PROGRESS rnt.:sh- Eve : !:y r. at A - Saturd:r.'. Dec. Notice. On ar. afre - - two years . - tb rectr l : - - per ear. A Merry Christ.T:'. CL_ Ci : :: a :: ". : . t r not ::. - " . ::-. .. out some , . - good cheer? The old :. shepherds. ha- c:.. wor:d now a:: : .:- peace and goc n -." . . :. ried everyw ::. you lay a ne v ..: ... e ::: arms. y:.:. are. re:: . - a smile :o ., .:e 2 to his h!Iar: a- .:::: . a great peace :.. . .:. toucn ed a:: ::.. : this gr:m :c. :: thing e. : brougt a - c:: . earth an the arm c :a.:.: from home. .n c:ci: .::r 1.'- that the op.,r: =:: e en him :e :e and ::: : which is every c:. s ... This it is wh::- move- " str:ve to make c :...: .. .:a.. . Christmas. Thav e- a -e :e " those who :ca: alc, r,.:h :. river knowing nothl-:n c its c source high up on the h:ti. L: eren if they do not know w~.t ,ost of us want to m :e i: a e-: time for tie children," It i: er. phatically the ci.:dren a :e::. No one ever regrets it n hj gr. S of way to make som- 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. — 23 December 1916

- · ~4 . - ~'' .' 'K it t'· . c- -. $10 er A Statement APIressed to . er: Fn 1; "':r ' ". .. ' . i , . . t "il "" ", . . . , ca ",a tii o .: 11,- U -- 11 10.: , . e ? " i an ins 1 : C o 1u t of tT,1,. .. : 1eli t n b ' 2 1$.1' :till oat of 1 he ,,. f) . .T r to p bc exitin ot . .t. . ': *"' "1 1' ' 1 '1 , :' l: lý, :. .. ' r ' , ' , , .2t to aur l -'' 4 t or f T itl t. . , It.3 t. 't- s 't- ,,r • f " , a on f " .1- . 2 to pay til t til;. etc. " A t orl . or11 . • " , , d int, n, r"i`,:ente, b, a or es of N ote s, o',." '' Q, 0t2 td' a 'h year d'?ri th." t , e . . ...... ..; m eth d ,,: , . , ik vto e .t , . ts, find - ' ". , . .r: - :a2 .. .\ct ,. x "jpe t:c r \ :.ci t p,''  p ,e shilli . ~IIn aii ag1reetn t ,', ' th e : l the l :i tol a1. ... .a-. tion plan ; I t d ule lltli . nur al or sem :-a:? ': .:i . : ts. : A c :, ltr le rate of 8 per t ReC,'- 1' i .- been a , four com petitors , e er " c' ,n 1, Ill. I, n " --t 1(".; - es" and 1  ,r',:icss on t'' at thev loan n ': ·1- ;t ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 December 1916

WISE AND OTHERWISE The news of a hanging is spelled "noose." The less work a man does the more he tires others. It's unusually unlucky for the mouse that meets a black cat. blany ia .oan is the living plc ture of an unpaid tailor's bill. Matrihaony makes a man rest less a 1ittle before and forever after. A little knowledge may be a d:angerous thing, but a little %iidow Is more so. The small boy who goes In swimming on the Sabbath evi dently believes that cleanliness is next to godliness. McCLARYGRAMS The people whom you allow to walk over you will think just exactly as much of you as they would of a good doormat. While one man is explaining that he had "hoped to do It" the one who did it is telling someone how he "hopped to It." Thankfulness. if It is a living thing, expresses Itself not in words, but in works that give to others some sirm liar cause for thankfulness. Even when misfortune overtakes Us, and we struggle in the midst of real trouble, we can still be thankful for our 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. — 23 December 1916

A emnarkable M Man mx yv JamesWhitcomb Riley In the a urly winter 1,7.,, returning from a rather lengthy sojourn in the Buckeye state. a here a Hloosier is " 1tinz'ed as critically as a splinter in the thumb of a near-sighted man. I mentally resolv-ed that just as soon as the lazy engine dragging me toward home had poked its smutty nose Into the selvage of my native state, I would disembark, lift my voice and shout for joy for being safely deliv ered opit of a land of perpetual strang ers. Thia opportunity was afforded me at Union Clty-a fussy old-hen-of-a-town, forever clucking over its little brood of railroads, as though worried to see them running over the line, and brist ling with the Importance of its charge. The place Is not an attractive one, as ape steps from the train in the early dusk of a DDcember evening; in fact. the immediae view of the town is al ma entrely concealed by a big square-faced hotel, standing, as it were, on the very platform, as though its "runners" were...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 December 1916

kb MS.vWILSON AUTHOR OF "THE SILVER BUTTERFLY," "SALLY SALT," "THE BLACK PEARL," ETC NOVELIZED FROM THE SERIES OF PHOTOPLAYS OF THE SAME NAME RELEASED BY PATHE EXCHANGE. COfYRIGHT. q196. BY MRS. VILSON vOODfOV' TENTH STORY The Trial of Souls d Senator Mason, for more years ai thnn most people cared to remem her, had held the thriving little up- i .tate city of Masonburg in his vest ni locket. w He was the city's richest man, the il county's political boss and its leading corporation lawyer. Though a decade tj had passed, since his single term In M the senate, he still bore the proud bh courtesy-title of "senator." In Ma- cl soaburg and In Somers county, his h will was supreme. c4 And now, after a quarter century of such unassailed czardom as only , a small-city magnate can exercise, h his sway was protested. IF It was not a fellow millionaire or p1 another politician who challenged his rule. That would have been easier F to bear. No, his enemy was no great- p er personage than Steph...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 December 1916

'Compounded of vegetable drugs in a perfectly appointed laboratory by skilled chemists, after the prescription of as ec cessful physician of wide ex perience, and apprpved by the experience of tens of thous ands in the last forty-five years. Peruna's Success rests strictly on its merit as a truly scientific treatment for all diseases of catarrhal symp toms. It has come to be the recognized standby of the American home because it has deserved to be, and it stands today as firm as the eternal hills in the confidence of an enormous number. What Helped Them May Help YeV Get our free booklet. "Health sad How to HaeIt." of your drug gist, or write direct to us. The Peruna Company inu.T ioNe ai for 47 years. For Malara Chils and Fever. Also a Fine General Streagdthemlm Tonic. .b.~=:": The Old Yellow Pumpkin. How dear to my heart is the old yellow pumpkin, when orchards are barren of stuffing for ples; when peaches and apples have both been a failure, and berries no longer dazzle my eyes. T...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 December 1916

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS .t "-;. c,t the 2.Ce.son at'.1 I . . , ' uv'; .( l, 11 h ' . ; , - I . rt" l* 1i 6 In - ei ' ra II '  i ; 1 r i . '1 (',G U I*" ilt Ilas .'II .I . iit, ',, :" i f i , i ll bell wi0 i l tq .a . \e l tit worI of : I' IC, ::S ( ·.:i 1avo cr a d what 1 -.ubiiI , tr l it" h luppl l , -. Il . awhior Stro·ui iit . , t f.a- 'tll11 ) l pru id'lle n I has pri'.i r, d it :e Utls wia ith ti . ir l tii ii tin, lt' : , tl , ul I;ke ciOOt h .pl,) :.l C " ' i1I W ".r.-li.,, ),.at' W ih B .,on . i1 ta ,t r ii that 0 1tk k ll0a ':t t 1, t-t o-iii i e flit3sr:n i i* I. 'v - ft ,,t i at tr v r, ti ; li le h,)Wll v :11 d tid lee a.l t',e ri,. Pe. of i vy iipi Laii '. Ut tiav n Ii no Ilt Lo t I.'l.t r4" t Ltt: p,,t" anildte to " a k at, the doti ':. , a ia not to be et nd o ldthi tflg abou p otf, woe. mht l ot 'ers an ea:Ifle, r ll. prlh la thve irlU'V:;Its is caulSe 3 g'. I ebti at - i i + I lt the a s re, 1ou w.ll wet (quitk r:,i I by tokig Chania hrltarn',s Ta . t. Thest ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 December 1916

S .. _BBEABVILL F _-_ x- - - __' rn'1 ilin New s, t'oi: ii;,,d. VOL. 8. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surroun;,i; Cci:i:iv. NO. 45. O c -J"r a "f-b n- - - . . . - - - . - -- --L . "u. ° -T _.0  -0 Y e  a Official Journal of Abbeville. A vil. Vcr ii I'ri . a., Stur y, .. . $1.0 a Year. A StatCrnent Add eszzd to PýROriE c?:::~ I . - a Mc rtav TIhce Fiii if ol i cU tt of 1ri u n :,. L:'~ fmccc 4 111 b-i~s': ~t I.i' Il ie )Hl tirst nIur( .. V '-; :11( iI.Ir-1 P '~ l ) i'il *i'ib1 t~:is - x i'& o : ;: >~ic i 2: ~l ea iI .~('riet1 eai aJr-&-i a1 w, w i l* .' - ý' :t,"(' til I; .1..c ti'' t;; :ilti rý 1rýl for fii::!ni1~- .ic t ~ i i(i~li.4:cjlr 4-A or t*;em ' rr meucllts. t I '. oulr tiP]'' T 11 LI 8.1] il ; : ti'.i *..;e 'i '' "1 ai( i :ill 1 1ý )(ctl 11 Iý( Ui } j'. Ii '::n ll }Tl ?:. l it t .iC I ` ... 1 'CII T1:tl' " e relluirc I1 a i}:},.1 i~t tt cu~rl .-. ni .ý'+."ti;.Lt i'f TIl C,:i:, ' } ',tciU(ll C - f, 1ri( , i "l t(t ttiýe :1:1 11 11 tI ti lt to pal' ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 December 1916

A MISEROF THE SOUL T He was not loyal to others. He never hesitated to sacrifice their reputation for his advantage. He was always saying mean things about them in their absence. He did not know the value of *houghtfulness in little things. He never thought it worth while to spend time in kte,'ing up his friend ships. lie never la:rned that inmplicit, gen erous trust Is the very foundation stone of friendship. Hle regarded friendship as a luxury to be enjoyed Insteadl of an opportu nity for service. lie did not realize that friendship will not thrive on sentlniment ulone- that there must be service to nourish It. He was suspicious of everyblody. lIle never threw the doors of his heart wide open to people, or took them into his confidence. He was always ready to receive as sistance from them. but always too busy or too stingy to assist them in their time of need. He measured them up by their abil ity to advance him.-Success. TEN USEFUL HEALTH HINTS Light promotes cleanliness. A clean...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 December 1916

WIIO5G ... ', AUTHOR OF "THE SILVER BUTTERFLY," "SALLY'SALT," "THE BLACK PEARL," ETC NOVELIZED FROM THE SERIES OF PHOTOPLAYS OF THE SAME NAME RELEASED BY PATHE EXCHANGE.. ,COFYRIGHT. 1916. IY MRS VILSON VOOD ROV ELEVENTH STORY The Lost Paradise. The first part of the strange real-life ,omance of Tom Mercer and Janet Gor don was more or less like that of an old-time English melodrama. But the latter and more tensely exciting part of it was like no other story ever told since the birth of time. They were brought up together, Tom and Janet, in the historic little village of Samoset, on the very edge of the 1 creek that formed the borderline be tween New York and Connecticut. The village itself was on the New York side of the creek. But in two good strides and without getting wet above the knee, a man could easily step into Connecticut. Hiram Gordon-Janet's father-was I the "big man" of Samoset. His house was the most pretentious, his lands t were the broadest In the little com- t munit...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 December 1916

AU SIWASIX &iiGLiIkGL FITCMI AIRTIIA and I have been Mi quarreling again. It is one d( of our chief diversions. w Quarreling with Martha is th mirore fun than agreeing fe with the boss when he wants to raise ly my salary. When I think of what my th life might have been without having dt her with tae to wade into mre every sl. night and assault me with her entire ar large and well-chosen vocabulary while at trying to persuade me to revise my se 'language and squeeze the hot air out e% of it or to stop holding Peter Ether- m tbridge Simmons, Jr., up by one leg or Ili to admit that I am entirely wrong in th My claims concerning the weight of to Queen Anne, I hold up my hands and le bless Siwash college, which gave her le to me. Quarreling with Martha is more x- I 'tlarating than shooting the chutes. hi And it's a perfectly harmless pastime. I've quarreled with her for about eight at years now-three of them in Siwash Ii end five more since then, and as far tr as I remember we have n...

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