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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

I . at seeI and Qutl ..Are duo asi that intl nor lamr ggin eist in 1 nor ic.e d, my mE ·- ha rLLIKINS Dear: So youe the Glorious Fourth? Was I sane and sedate, comport-i ing myself in a manner be ys tting a brand-new college ograduate, or did I run off and romp wiath Brother Tom's kiddies, as usual, nforgetting all my recently acquired dignity? Alas, my that I stead of recoverng my *sanity I've-Bt therne, y sotudies in proser style should teach me better than to jump at the conclusion of my story like that! Ill begin at the beginning.to sy IKnINS Dear: So wou ry wawas shining newly awakened spen dor, when the Glorious Foubserver mightas thatve discerne and sedlitee omport racefully scaling mysthe ston a mane wall be the Hendersons and the or ditto ditt run of andstaying with her mother, you know acquired ddignityor Alas, my This fear ecomplished onr heroine my Four(that's me!) proceeded up the a and thlet latea, ol recovg derwrops omyn her ty trailing cheesecloth drapies an proseI c...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

Last Resort. Clerk--"I can't sell this silk at all, Sir. As soon as I tell the price they Say it is not worth it." Floor Walker -"Well, we must get rid of it some bow. Mark it up a dollar a yard emore and put it on the bargain coua. ta."-Puck. VITAUTAS Nature's greatest curative for indl gestion. rheumatism, biliousness, ec mema. nervous debility. etc. At all drug. gists or address VITAL REMEDIES CO., Houston, Tex.--Adv. It takes a pretty good mixer to scat ter seeds of kindness while sowing a crop of wild oats. To re T4 Sdesr sad Recedina Game A arY the wonderful. old rll.t. IH IR POR SANTICEI'TI' IfEAI.. N4'; ' 11. ii, ec. 1.00oo. 'I Most of us are willing to concede the superiority of our friends in the matter of making mistakes. a 'a For proud flesh use Ifanford's Bal h eam of Myrrh. Adv. r Many a man gets up steam without spouting any hot air Chinese are gradually learning to wear European shirts and collars. 7' T bI 01 Who Put "U" in S" Blues? 0 YOURSELF; in ether ap en words...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

CATALPA TO RESCUEI Death of Captain Anthony Re calls Famous Event. Thrilling Story of Release of Six Fenian Prisoners From British Penal Colony in Australia t New Bedford, Mass.-There died re- t cently at New Bedford, Mass., an old t skipper, ('apt. George S. Anthony. t whose name is indissolubly linked with a famous exploit and whose mem ory will logbe treasured by Irish men. He commanded the Catalpa int its daring rescue of six Irish political prisoners from the convict station of Freemantle, western Australia, under the frowning guns of a British cruiser, and landed *tem safely in this coun try. The .1,.n were former soldiers in the English service, who like many others of their kind had been won over to the cause of Irish nationalism dur ing the Fenian agitation of the '60's. Fifteen of these soldiers were arrested and convicted of treason and spn tenced to various terms of imprison ment at Freemantle. Among the num. ber was John Boyle O'Reilly, who soon after reaching Freemantl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 28 June 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS . . 0o1 Published every Saturday in the .f. city of Abbeville, La. w. Entered a. etond<l class nmatter March Fri, 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, day. La., under adt of March 3, 1879. ... .. . . . . I 'ro Subscription 11 a year, payable in comi advance. cesfr J. W. O'Bryan,...........roprietor. L,ui S- - ~the fi Phounes: Offic 248, Residence 132. a coa -.. . - Cal -Aittising Rates Upon Application. the L, the f Saturday. June 28, 1913. Dr - . .- - COmre Raled T' Table. here, EAST BOUND. Th No. 508 motor car, leaves 6:30 a. m. ceme No. 506 pmsenger, leaves 9:37 a. . I of to No. 528 mixed, leaves 4:40 p. m. WEST BOUND. comi No. 527 mired, leaves 9:37 a. m. ther No. 505 paienger, leaves 2:05 p. mn. NNo. 509 motor car, arrives 6:10 p. m. Tt - some THE BOLL WEEVIL. r" There are some of the cot- 11 ton growers who are under the play the impression that the. fight , against the boll weevil is in catching the mother weevil. co T'his is entirely wrong, while ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 July 1913

ABBEVILLE PROG 1 VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 19. Phone 248. Abbeville, Verni2ion Parish, La., Saturday, July 5, 1913. I1 a Year. • PROFESSIONAL CARDS John Nugier, District Attorney and Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. P'hone 34 Office over Bank of Abbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B. White, Lawyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labauve, Attorney at IAw. Notary ifl office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court House. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. " Notary in office. LEO SIMON Shaving Parlor on Concord St. Iair Cut......................................25c S.............................................15c Chklera Hair Cuts ........................15 , Keep cool for the next two months and bring your friends under Grimmer's fans and enjoy .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. — 5 July 1913

AbbevileC Progress J. W. O'BRYAN PHONE 248. Now it is the "individual drinking cap" for the horse! It Is embarrassing to borrow money from a deaf friend in a crowd. New York is to have stepless ears. The much-maligned hobble skirt did It What will the government do with all the microbes It washes off the cur rency? Still. "refined boxing" is not likely to become a popular parlor entertai I ment. Despite the old adage, some people; have married at leisure and repented i haste. It is natural that general optimism should increase with the abundance of cherry pie. Let us quit railing at the motorcy ele. It ranks among the utilities that have come to stay. Cautious owners of motor boats will take along a pair of oars and keep within sight of land. Europe would be still more dis quieted if it had two baseball pen .ants to worry about Will the government experts who are to investigate the oyster beds be classed as chambermaids? Press dispatches say there is a rev olution in Venezuela, but ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 July 1913

:Y. , . .:::~~ J~ SYNOP1IS. George Percival Algernon Jones, vice president of the Metropolitan Oriental Rug company of New York. thirsting for romance. Is in Cairo on a business trip. Horace Ryanne arrives at the hotel in Cairo with a carefully guarded bundle. Ryanne sells Jones the famous holy Yhl ordes rug which he admits having stolen from a pasha at Bagdad. Jones meets Major Callahan and later is introduced to Fortune Chedsoye by a woman to whom he had loaned 150 pounds at Monte Carlo some months previously, and who turns out to be Fortune's mother. Jones takes Mrs. Chedsoye and Fortune to a polo game. Fortune returns to Jones the money borrowed by her mother. Mrs. Chedsoye appears to be engaged in some mnysterious 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 der. Mrs. Chedsoye. her brother. Major Callahan. Wallace and Ryanne. as the United Romance 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. — 5 July 1913

SmTY OF FAMOUS CIVIL WAR FIGHT Battle of Gettysburg Which Brought Credit to Both Blue and Gray. TURNING POINT OF CONFLICT Total Losase on Both Sides In Three Days' Fighting Over 50,00--Sev oral Generals Killed and Wounded. By EDWARD B. CLARK. W ASHINGTON.-It is poMr1 ble, some people would say probable, that the Battle of Gettysburg changed utterly the course of American his tory. It was a great fight between armies of Americans, for probably fully ninety per cent. of the men who fotght on the two sides were born natives to the American soil. The bravery shown at Gettysburg was of the order which Americans have shown- on every field and which re fects credit upon the hardy and heroic ancestry of the men engaged. no matter from what race they may have sprung. At Gettysburg there was nothing to bhoose between the valor of the North and the South. The South lost the flght, but it lost It honorably and with the prestige of its soldiery un dimmed. The charges made on that field have gone...

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

Two of the Smartt in the SBig GCaaxy of Street Hats :: i:. ' ":i} :r 1::i I .. .. ·;.-: i. . : . "4 r " " ,ý... " y• : "..: . " :... ·: ?: Two of the smartest In all the big here. galaxy of street hats; are shown here. a liti They have proven so successaful with delig discriminating women that we shall Eq see them again repeated in tall mil- crow ianery. They are the late comers for huge summer and are most beautiful. mow The sailor shown here in white hemp back Is ealled the "button-sailor," for the of A reason, perhaps, that it is perfectly vet round. It is often made with a flange The about the upper brim and is also made the with a narrow border of maline pro siml jecting from the edge. A very hand- cleve some brocaded ribbon provides the lines trimming for the model portrayed inal SILK, IMPROVED BY WASHING blue in t Leeooks Much Better After It is Lau - dered Than Before, If knoi Dem Properly a g Tub silk, which has proved Its worth for shirtwaists and summer petticoats end ma...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 July 1913

1RTIST THIEF DYING Genius, Who Is Burglar, Nears End in Prison. William Dunn Cared For by New York Salvation Army, But Yields to the Lure of Crime-Wins Governor's Notice. New York.-Word comes from Dan nemora prison that William Dunn. ar tist by temperament, burglar and highwayman because, as he said, he could not control his impulses toward crime, is dying there.of tuberculosis. As is common with sufferers from that disease, his mind at every rally builds castles for the future, all based on an honest life; but Doctor Ransom. the hospital physician, says the last stage has been reached and he may die any day. Many families in the upper part of the city have on their walls examples of Dunn's art. Although uninstructed into any school, he had the knack of reproducing familiar objects in faith ful likeness, and his pencil and brush earned him an easy living when he chose to employ them. He would paint roses, looking as If freph picked, on a common thin wood holder, the kind on which bu...

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

U i's fries1tjup albs the l. lead slyurtrenls ets quliey is ts dal ssad Cemam -s-md there y i their ml. to iishOlives r ram Sevils, lehu emin O ft Swe,ls best dOmy a p1 erPimet.e I cep is osed el he Libby 'eL ci sees Point of Vw erine is a belieer in t and shme does not confine ctivlt ies w laying in thebbs. I Ine' Point of View. a terine is a belieer inof the tl and she doe not conwas ne C act bringvities to her own a ler mother recently had a 1 placed in the rear o the replied Katherine would devote v plandg in the sand. She 1 re part onei the time, and o time she ours ohief o the eap" busaid her mother, eawes c Lase her daughter was not c ro yard, "don't you know I a i brindu this slelyand heir to t the yard?" I replied Katherine. "tell c and take it away."din IT Herma uADi BON duty LIVR PILLS t word through the boyth. The spared neither time nor t erfecting BOND'S PILLS 1 e of Headaches. Bilious- I p ftionrmed, and upon land siook RIT was our chief opipecd up t heap" but how g...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 July 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS ý*"'" PI'oiiishtd every Saturday in th: ..*** 3ty of Abblville, La. I "" I.,:tcr.'l as wecowll clay; m.Ltt.r bl:rch 11. \Vili 1513, at tl:' post oftfce :.t .1blw.ill c. i ,f ii of a.. under act of March 3, 1K79. .Ir. i' ::..i;criptiun ;1 a year, payable in to (;,u' . .."~ reCivt d -.- -.- - - liupoun ,'. t)'Bryat ............ roprietor. . I. tI llit 'lhones: Office .48s Resitlence 132_. .d tllir Advertising Rates UItpon Application. D)r. SAturday, July 5, 1913. 1"in und 1i Railroad Time Table. n EAST it I1'N D. going . No. 5~s motor car, leaves 6:30 a. in. ' ek. No. 5(6 palssenger, leaves 9:37 a. ln. take a No. 5218 mlixedl, leaves 4:40 p. mn. II wEST rI(OUND. No. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. in. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2:05 p. ni. an. 1s1 No. 5F9 motor car, arrives 6:10 p. and lien' Support the educational in- coming the rai stiutions and pay school taxes uis ) without kicking. Educate your Rob people and attract the educated Jos. T A trained mind is the world'...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Cornmmunity. * .IAhlhc\illc, \l iniliom PIr kh La., Saturdayv, July 12 1913. ;IONATL CARI)S v auI .\ttorlln at Law Notary ill otIice r(rdyv, rilay at ,Law. over I;anL. of .bhlxville orn'v at L]w. Notary Piublic itc, weer. North of Court Ilousez we, rnve at Lanw. Notary in office sard, riia'v at AW. nall Abstractor inl officc Bailey, Irnevs at L4aw. Near Court I1House. ordy, racyv at Law. Notary in office. ireene, rieys at I aw. Notary in office. )N blor on Concord St. ............................... Sc ........................ 3c. uts ........................... l 5c Down $2 weekly UYS A a Piano Dmi your home save mioncy and LLY iano Man. ic O10c. AMBE our sign, laue, carriage or auto. sr home with wall paper, aitas and, guarantee Anybody Keep cool for the next two @ the and bring your friends r Grimmer's fans and enjoy ss of good beer. ITARY Roach R Fly O I ,a O ' F Price $.25. 'full, IS rt P. E. 'witzer a \isitor Here \tliie.d...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

Abbeville Progress SW. ,)'ItRYAN PHONE 248. Once morE, "Is it hot enough for you?" is a chestnut Changing seats In the boat begins its usual summer harvest. Philadelphia may be a sleepy town. but its ball teams play between naps. Somebody Is hoarding buffalo nick els, for one is rarely seen In circula- co tion. Go Physicians never prescribe the rest his cure for merchants who do not adver- ins Use.pal The mikado of Japan has recovered. hoi although he had eight doctors in at- pin tendance. The open season for fish stories Iº ho on, and. it is reported there is an finr enormous supply. er If alrboats become as popular as thi automobiles it may be necessary to roof the streets. Was there ever a verdict of which I t so many persons said: "Just exactly ho what I expected?" on Now that warm weather is here we bu can listen to our neighbors' pianos. In We can't help it. W9 ha One charm of a long fishing trip is tel that the fisherman gets a chance to ra let his whiskers grow. WI No doubt ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

Gý ý t i b:~ : ·2:, a a 'I 8 a ft b _ _ _ _ __· II `· a ti c r e a 0 e0U mere Was the End of the Puzzle. n SYNOPSIS. George Percival Algernon Jones. vice p dent of the Metropolitan Oriental company of New York,. thirsting for ce Is in Cairo on a busuiness trip. orace Ryante arrives at the hotel In ir with a carefully guarded bundle. sells Jones the famous holy Yhl edee rug which he admits having stolen a pasha at Bagdad. Jones meets SCallahan ed later Is Introduced to ae Chedsoye by a woman to whomr had loaned pounds at Monte Carlo mumo months previously and who turns bt to be Fortune's mother. Jones takes Hm. Chedsoye and Fortune to a polo lm. Fortune returns to Jones the borrowed by her mother. Mrs owappears to be engaged n some ro-us, enterprise unknown to the ter. Ryanne Interests Jones ia the Romance and Adventure com. I . a concern which for a price will asy kind of an adventure to or I Chse.q her brother, Major , W lace bnd Ryanne. as the Romance and Adventure company. a risk...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

The Casesof Alice Clement -c I True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper A Bit of Fortune Telling (Cupyright. by W. 0. Chapman.) 0 our right, the great, or'y a ': d statue of flash George \Vashington at AMl held its,lf aloof from 1 "'I the st'eps of the Treas- your ury Ilu:lding. The star- "T ing cys were far down at tl the at r' t. to where held marching ligures in the wide. costurs of olonial " ' days v:.'re threading 'Hlow their way along to th,. music of bands. little Flags were flying Tie clatter of hoofs 'Hay sounded in front of the Stock Ex- how change. ('rowds were cheering. The glow clicking of motion picture machines " ' came to us from the ledge nearby, as cret the men of the camnera put ilto short- 'Now lived history the sights of New York's lion Fourth of J.luly parade. Miss Clement ing I was silent, her eyes on the columns of "'I figures as they turned, gay colored, in- her to chasm-like Wall street. I could see her ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

ADVICE FOR THE HOME MILNER OR the mother or big sister who is anxious to do millinery work at home there are models which may be attempted with every chance of success, especially in hats for children's wear. Shapes, as a rule, are becoming to start with. If the home milliner will be satisfied to copy the work of professional milliners at first, and not attempt original designing until copying has trained her taste, she will be able to make certain kinds of hats that will pass muster anywhere. Here are three pretty hemp hats. They are the work of special design. ors of headwear for children. They look quite simple but they are the result of trained knowledge and expert skill in the making of this particular kind of millinery. Any one can copy them successfully, but everyone cannot orig inate hats equally good. Select a shape that Is becoming to the little miss whose needs are to be filled, and be careful to get a hat that fits. This is half the battle. Choose an attractive color-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. — 12 July 1913

POOR HOGS ARE COSTLY ON AVERAGE FARM Champion English Berkshire Sow. I have never clearly understood why most farmers are opposed to getting rid of the mongrel breed of swine and getting hold of a better. bigger. thrift ier animal. The bog flesh that is capable of turning corn and slops and good pasture graases Into pork quick ly Is the variety every man of us needs. There is a shortage of meats that is world-wide at the present time, says a writer in the Farm Progress. Prices are good, they may or may not be higher. It is time for the farm er to take a greater advantage of his opportunities In the way of meat production. In this connection, it may as well be understood that the man who buys his hog sand his feed will not make a great deal on the transaction. The Lnt consideration of the hog raiser .Is to grow his own feed. llreeding his own animals is the second. Get rid of the rundown, worn-out breeds if you have hogs of that char acter. To make money on porkers grow the 200, 300 ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

In a life partnership the husband is eften the silent partner. Keep Hanford's Balsam In your home. Adv. Alas. when the microbe of love suc cumbs to the germ of suspicion! Urs.Winslow's Soothinblg Syrup for Children teething, softens the gume, reduces infiamme siotallays pain,cures wind colicec a bottle.AM Some people will allow you to take their part, and then expect you to re turn it. To Preveset Bloed Ploeeoagl apply at once. th." w.nd.rful, old r,.iable DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING O11.. a ourgiral dreasing that rrliev.-a pain and hats at the same time. 25c, 60c, 11.00. When a man takes a vacation he needs rest; when his family takes one be gets it. No. SIX-SIXTY-SIX This is a prescription prepared es pecially for Malaria or Chills and Fever. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the fever will not return. 25c.-Adv. Problem. "It isn't right to railroad a case In court, is it?" "Of course not." "But suppose it is a train rob bery?" "BE GAME" Don't ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 July 1913

AI3EVIiLLE PROGRESS y."... P'ub1li rc! every Saturday in the :.4. .. city of AbL\jcill'e, I.a. IMr. II. :,t ' . Ir, ..,:rtc:c, ,; -.a , ,,, 1a. i :itt r Y1' " :i '.. t (I :( .I '.: ' : .,',", \ , 1.. l). 1, J,a., u;l"'r : t of MarclI 3. !"79. \ith t:. l Sub,, ri'oin1 .1 a ' :trr, '.::A..b in '"rs. A. el'ante, n, r T""a , J V I'ri.,icteAr. -'(rr\ i't J'hones: ()ffic. .4s, R. i"dlec 13 . ~ l.r ar: Ad\'crti.>ig kat.e, l'lpon .lI |licatilln ! Mrs. I: Saturday, July 12, 191.3. t., Railroad Time Table. F..%.ST 1 1NI.- hl,. so0 1:r N4o. 5098 motor car, hlavt.s 6:311 a. 1i. they are No. 5(6 pass'lng'er, leaves 9:37 a. ll. crap. No. 5-8 ui :lcl , lcaves 4.40 ) p. nll. Mrs. 1 WEST iIUNI). ner Tlh No. 527 mied,. hiaves 9:37 a. In1. Mount, No. 505 jns',ieg r, leas \ca 2:5 p. 1. isss I No. 5119mlg otor car, arrives 6:10 p. tn . lelyn, There Southwestcrnl Iouisia u, of tral-' proper, now orgaizillng for the of,,, ,,,i,, establishment of a develope- tCrs to, w "ill be ment bureau which s...

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