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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 October 1917

Brief News Items of Local Interest ....s Eva Comeaux, of iiaplau, was tihe guest of fiiends here Tuesday Roubert oudrcaux and Frank Wil li..a were visiters in this city' Wedues day. Paul Broussard came in Sunday from A.i.:inc to spie:ud a few days with home folks. Mlis ('lay Summers andl children, of Kaiilan, were the guests of relatives here this week. Remy Broussard the efficient deputy ih.;k, returned Sunday from a trip to llavana. Mrs. Olive Domanques is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. Bedtdahan, in New Orleans. Tony Brunson, of New Orleans,- is vi tinz inthis city, guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cobb. Miss Bernice Evans and brother of Jennerette, were the guests of Miss Stella Bouligny funday. Mrs. Mary Bouligney spent a few days this week in Kaplan in the inter est of the Woodmen Circle. Do your bit to make the visiting dele gates to the Ct;nvention be glad they came to Abbeville and wish t ocome again. The public cordially invited to attend a j diut unveiling of the Woodmen of ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 October 1917

COCOTONE SKIN WHITENER 25c BOX FREE A Skin Bleach or Whitener for dark or brown skin, re moving all blemishes and clearing swarthy or sallow complexions and causing the skin to Grow Whiter. Don't envy a clear complexion, use Cocotone Skin Whitener WHAT USERS THINS OF COCOTONE. Macon, Ga. '., , .t on ('o. {' ,r Srrs: S,-n Ine byV rcE trn IIiLi tw , h ..- f ' .,,f r t.,t e Skin W h tiiner a ' 1 tthr. , . ake, of I..... :,ine Skin SoM al., 'T .,1 i a." fi ll. nd I I," n ,t ,:ar, t. h . witih ut than 1',,l 'ir i i moliey mrdi.r fr 3 .1 ;. Y:, tr.,. CLARA M. .I A('I.cON, Waycross, a. ('v,."tono 4'"". l . :a r ,r ie nI s : ' r t ' . ,,o i. S k i" W hrt ,ner is th.' fin 't ti:i I c ,r ,iw "My 'ili was l.E rv dark an I tih' first bI,' ia: le0 lil l it manri shi 'l M i i,htl r, l li MlY fr;it'iis all ak iin what I havE hi , ir4n: . 1;ilI .,-I '0on will find 6.! in 1l'.3 ' snyrl ri .e six 1.I'' i "d S, kin W hit tnitr and twoiii cakis l'l i o ::p. Y ilrsi tIrinll , ANNA M. WillTE Parish ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 October 1917

ABBEVILL PROGRESS AND VERMILIO NE$, Consolidated. VOLUME NI NAWAE OM NEWSPAPE-PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDA "bVOTED TO THE INTEI1ESTS OF ABBEVILLE AND A ERTILION I'Pi±ISII. NUMBER );g. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARI P1I OF VERMILION. ABBEVILLE, VERMILION PARIS A., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1017. $1. o PER YEAR. u.. . -- .n.an ...m - -. . ....- -- - ------- .m - ...... - - --nn-e- ----r nn- - - • - -- M- - - - - - -- • --- --- - ,, ---,,---- -' -- - •--------- - -,-- - - -*, . Increase In Postal Rates After Nov. 2 Lctters will Require Three Cents and Post Cords Two. I, ,,tmau : ,.r 1'. a (. !ti l a la r I all at tl, l , i tl 4.1 t lih" f:''t that on ai:lll after \ . 1, ui , lt r i iri ovi' i o, of thll newll ':r; rI"t ' l',.'\ l l m I rll':ll 't, the in t lllt 4f 1)11s. aiie oil cil e rl:la hlil tiltl-r Nl1 II. Tllir ite 1.I. t\ltho gi, ailh ti ther first lass l.' i will ch l ei' tverylll hitgi I w,'il blt tliie nak t i ,lltt u1,1 1 e fa rlietio ii th re lil" " rt; i l't, t il tl i r at It i...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 October 1917

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS I( P blished Every Saturday. 1 A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Best Interests of Abbeville and Ver miliea Parish. 5. W. O'BRYAN, Editor and Prop. Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Secn,ll-las~ Matter at the Post Ofmee at Alhbe-ille, La, under Aet of March 3, 1x79. SUBSCRIPTION RATrs One year (in advance) ............... $1.5 Six months (in advan^e ~ ............ .7.; Four mouths (in advance) ........... 50 Official Journal of Vermilion Parish. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. Bast Bound Passenger............ 9:0a. inm. W est Bound l'as1 ne.....r ....... 2:12 I. in West Round Mixed ......... 9:::.m in .East Bound Mixed .......... ...11:510 a. mi. , 8--- - j THE CHRONIC "JINER" 1 . The Man is looking at his Schedule to see what Lodge meets tonight. He belongs to them all and pays more Dnes than you could shake a Stick at," while it he wore all his Regalia at 0a7e he wld loek lute the Doodad e[ Tlmeto.. The Let s G0ang in, S- • *nl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 October 1917

Brief News Itenis of Local Interest i O. 11. l ileh ..tes, of I hhat w.:1 anllwlg thc iitors ilice, c this cck. J. r . I i ti. .lli iý i ýi I a * r* ,m; i .il "t ! Ii it V. tll l r I 0 T1 I ,1 . l" t i:irll L'c I'u . .tu ,, tnl: ' rf al. jr,.1. nit i " t he atl. t tIhe ui rs lof 1I.r'itInS Wa'. st,,l . \i ' .. a ,rt ent ,o th.Pe I:.r i 1 1 r, I untl ln i a tia l rle tit tt, hter. .. .A. SUMMERS. Ti Iin. , of C ti seitad h ontri uted to the .\crmili is Parish 1'air is printed in this week't alter. r. . . Lahe, of St. Martinvinll anws iart rg the many visitors here ednes W. P. MARTIN HERE (I tgrelilan WR. i. Martin was hereg, frieal s Mr. Martin is look ing well and I":º" s lie is fooling fine. William lralley, the first man draft-t l Sl fr military ln aservice at Covington,. La. arme., h ,imsf and fled to the woods on the da he was required to start folr te eant nment, and his dead body was found by officers sent to arrest tii it i I'elieveil his suicide was due to mental aberrat...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 October 1917

Additional List of Premiums t • " 'WOMAN'S DIVISION. t CLA88 A. $1.00 Premiums. Specimen hand-made Handkerehief. Mrs. A. A. Dubuc. Ladies Article made up. Mrs. Edmar broussard. Infants Article made up. Miss Auni. lloffpauir. 11at woven Blanket. Mrs. Jules lirousiard. Specimen home-made bRg. Mrs. Barren. (rochet.ed Article, Sweater, ete. Mrs .John 'rauLk Knitted Article, Sweater, ete. Miss Gertrude Mctlenry. $1.00 Premiums. Best jar onions, Mrs. A. A. I)ubus. Hest jar Corn, Mrs. M. Eldredlge. Best jar Beets. Miss l'auline Hubert. Best jar Okra, Mrs. O. V. Kibbe. Bost Jar Beans, Mrs. O. V. Kibbe. Best jar Tomatoes, Mrs. Mills. Best % dos. 'oars, L. O. Ilaynes. Ilest 1/ des. Vegetable Pears, Mrs. ii. MiUliams. CLASS B. $4.00 Premium. Best individual display of Canned and Dried Fruit and Vegetables, Pre serves, Pickles, ete. Mrs. J. . . MPherson. Second best display, $2.00. Mrs. Summa Caldwell. CLA88 C. $2.00 Premiums. Best individual display of Home Gar den Products. Henry Kloosterman....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 November 1917

ABBEI LE ESS N EWIDE-AWAKBOE EWP . ..--Consolidated. OFFICIAL JOURL O O TO THE I ESTS OF ABBEVVME D ,O I :racl o _ THE PARI 'I? D o V'E  aON. - - '.. . . _ -H . ... ...... AO OF TB EHV IL E , V E R M IL ION P A R ISH DA T R D A Y , N O V EM BFE 3, 1917 SI. . . Jos. S. Ewell's ed Cross Asks a.~~.: S.. . . .. .. Jos. S. Ewell's Home Destroyed Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph S. Ewell and :umily are receiving the sympathies of the :en.tire 'r nllrlunity over tihe. loss of t .ir magnificenjt home, located in the nurtheasteln lportion of thiis city, wl iilh was destrovyed by fire yesterday morning about I* o'elock. The fire enuaght in the kitchen, seemia ngly from sparks that fell back upon the roof, a. it being so very rl caused the r blaze. t The alarm was given and the multi- t tude of men gathered to helsp lput out the fire, but owing to tle lateness ofl the hose wagon, and then the delays ' that followed gave plenty of time for tl the house to get in ruins before water of enould be put int...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 November 1917

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday. A Weekly Journal Dlevotedt to the Best Interests of Abbeville andl Ver milies Parish. I. W. O'BRYAN, Editor and Prop. Advertising Rates in .\pplication Watered as Second-C'lss Matter at the Post Office at Aibt vtlle, l.a., un!er Act of March 3, 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION RA'"T: One year (in advance ... 1 Six months (in adva.' ............ .. Pour months (in ad ane, ......-...... Official lournal of Vermnllon Parish. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 19 7. SIOTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. Bast Bound Parsecnec r ........... : a. n. West liound I'auengcr ... !2 - West Bound Mixc:l ..... . :. East hund M ixei ....... l :.- m   ._,_._,..- - :. THE TRAVELING MAN ,0X Jreen Hat and Flashy Seenu:,'I. ii, Specialty Is to sit In the lh dil V t: dow watching the Pretty Girls go uy. The rest of the Time he ger.cr Mrt.;! tMlig the Merchants to Stock 'rp :s' (me Prlme Mu going Slher. I'ihir ' ;,agr ia the . it. the government relating to the war, is engaging the attent...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 November 1917

* 7' .. )r.1. . I ' 1 1 t. t 11 I . i .: r.. . L1 ,.:, . , .\h. t ' R c t 11" Its doi t to" f Ir :i >' ti' al A::t n " x ,w 2 .in a.,!' of the 1- 2 recron e .l was e amin et, " _s?, claime 1 .n emption, ad ' rei ery1e..J L01' th Bqriia) i ,' ,'. i ery. is it mlrel" that it will take At 1r9s ni:rckS f't rarcela to rojah friends in nL on'TV: the-c are s 'ini r. $.,000,000, t! : h "cribel it b- uiarlr Herl t cent. They " ave contrilteld a gronx total of $8,712,000. 'int n . oil I' his ter will now enter upon hie well -carlI reward. ORANGE JOOJ A Cooling, Healthful Drink For the Whole Family It will quench the thirst and saveo a lingerig fragrance of the Orange. -? LJooJ is made from ripe oranges ad the rich natural color of the goden tiruit. Ips very p ce rmakes a strong appeal to th t delicate palate. Rememnber, it's all fruit-no substitute. .a c~ atll drink stands L*Ie the ase «I! ye Ot emf., +r)'( a. Os, .k"a ABSELVILEZ FOP WORKB aa~vnILL$, LA. CQOC~cc- y " Z ý + v .. I . , I ,...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 November 1917

The Value of the Social Worker to i Community at Large. BY &a H. W. HART. One of the achievements of which we are proudest here in the wide spread Delta of the Mississippi is our Reclama tion Work. And vyu all know what it means; nut only the drainagr. of the plague-bearing inserts lpsts, the rnmov' al of a constant menace and mischief from our great river valley; but more than all this, our drainage systems give us in the place of noxious swamps sucll fertile soils as the ripeCning sunshine never fails and no drouth can ever parch Our Reclamation Work, in the place of the worthless jungle, gives us orange groves and, cornfields and cattle pas tures and truck gardens such as prom ise to make a new record in this good old earth's prodectivenes. In this crea tive worth of our Reela-nation Work I find a parable of ur Sroial Service The social Worker must, to begin with I.e a Rescuer. But he doesn't end with that. Whether as a %isitor of a ('hari ty Organization Society, a nurse of ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 November 1917

ABBEVILL ROGRESS AND Blidated. VOLUME NINE. A WIDE-AWAKE HOME NEWSPAPEE--PUBLIHED EVERT k TO THE INTEIESTS OF ABBEVILLE AND VE.rTL;;N PAi.SII. NUiMELI . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PABI OF VERMILION. ABBEVILLE, VEB O P AY, NOV. 10, 1917. $1-oT PER YEAR. Minutes of the ' Police Jury I' ,.. l. r, i, ,1m, .\hhLr ilhe, La. I . i8 N.o, . . 7" , 1917. [i I, lb. . r . n f l" .n11 n Pa i - , , ,'h :iii 11 ,, 'li ltl 'r I d J i" " . 1 fý l ý. lý , of p; . I 1 rain: 're .Presiden. t Edgar l'uhni g li, pr. su... Th . 'hI e liintea of tih, last r l' l " et ing, and of the l',ial v,"s.-1 "n of ()O t Lti i th, l9 17, ty res uh. I. l u!l as reaid. The following report i n :.: re. .T. G l;rousis~rl was readl and a:1"l.p, " I as follows: Abbeville, LaI, Nov. 2. 1917. To the Hnln r:ale the ]' e :, :t n1:I Member of the Police Jul;. of ti,. l'a:ish 1 'elmliion, Lu. Pl,.a, 'n c0'ele t this ais mly repolrt for lthie m~in.th ending Nov. 2, 1917: Aintim t received since l]:st report .............. ..$ ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 November 1917

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Pablished Every Baturday. A Weekly Journal )evoted to th, Best Interests of Abbevillo and Vor sailio Pa 'rish. r. W. O'BIYAN, Editor and Prop. Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Spe,.nd Class Matt*r a the Post Office at Abbeville, La., nle Act of March 3, 1879. BUBSORIPTION RATES One year (in advance) .... 1.:, Six months (in avane) ....... 7. Fear months ,in advanc) .. . . Official Journal of Vermilion Parisi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1917. 5OWTRBN PACIFIC TIME TABLE East Bound Passenger .... .9:50a. n West Hound P'assenger 2:12 p. n West Bound Mixre, ......... 9:30 a. rn East 1lounl M ixe, ........ 11:3' a -. THIS IS AN ENIGMATIST Well, and Whom hae we herel Why, this Is an Enlgnatist. He looks Ilk an Ordinary Man, acts like an Ordinary Man sad talks like an Or dinay Man, bat he la't no Ordinary Ma, take It fremi Us. An hgiatlst -a a isua Who man akse an AoNa. bird sd asanst ge w In seeking for an explana tion for the apathy and lack of patriotism manife...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 November 1917

"Brief News Items of Local Interest r'o. M. Slinlnllr' Was .Ir tihe sick list this week. "r i . ; I ,,   . 1 t ,.r . , ,, + t t h e,. w ,ur k ciin inl New Iberia lat wee.k. 1 .1 e a l I- r e n," , B , , " .1 ; ." n!, l r t . - J. A. SUMMERS. huis :,r.' v-it,.r hj r, ,l riii, = the we k. i, " t. Isr, ,,-- :, l t ,. re . h ,, ,.', 'ii,,i :, 1 : :-i , -_- % ,i-t to N ew II ,eria. tli :,-1 '.wl, ,, K. . i· ti , in N,.w t)rl,.ans, rleturnu S (! 'o ir n a I S h i , - .k l " ,. ,I l ir ,l. r tsI , --.J. A. S'MMERS'-. Mr. and Mr. I.. 0. Irun airi ha retiOrr,"i n ft ~ ; e~xrenr,,' !,, I \ isit to tihe ea telt ,nail ,,ther l:ir.. tics. A . .a t ' ,a, i t . I . . i s h o r . t ! , i week I,kin :- tr sre ,' of i nt ists ail Iuakiiga hiniis with friends. Dr. and Mrs. Preston Miller are thl proniud ar:sits f a 'ie l,:,y girl, which arrived at their home Sunday night. Mfr. and Mrs. W. 1. Knox are no the I'ronu1 parents of anrother baby girl Sini,'h , :t, to th " WeV Ineay night. D)o sl'n...

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 November 1917

Don't Waste FeedI By Dr. W. II. Darlymple. a Animals in a state of nature, that surs lave wide areas to roam over and a the auffic iney of food ifferent van-lsol ies at all times, generally obtain that grei whil.l is necessary for the maintenance one ind develolpment of their bul'dies, at a abl minimum of waste. It should be ;re- tn . embered, however, that our farm ani male are not in a state of nature, as t ttheir wild progenitors were, but are un- 1,, ler domestiention, and are dependent for upon the intelligfnce of their owners In' for the food which they reeierv, and it' the manner in which they receive it; hence the possihility of waste unless 26 owners are more or less familiar with al; the economic feeding of animals in ag order to get nmost out of them, ether in tit work, meat, or milk production. F Waste of feed may be occasioned ill m a number of ways, a few of which w, 1i mention, as the saving of feed of all kinds is highly important at this time I of food and feed con...

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 November 1917

ABBEVIL : ROG:RESS AND VERMILION UonEolidated. VOLUME NINE. A WIDE-AWAE HOME NZEWSPAPEPU~LISHED EVERY SATURDAY TO THE INT.REtST3 OF ABBEVILLE AND VT,:.!TLION PARISIL NUMBER URNAL OF THE PARI SH 01' VERMILION. ABBEVILLB, VERMIION PARIH. NOV. 17, 1917.1 ImnH, mn ram _u_ _ mm_ _- -u - -_ m mm -- -- $1 0 PER YEAR. -m~ mi mmS m "l Reorganization of Draft is Ordered (',,;iI, L u: , r.n . r v . /itizen ill the na ti i t, ;t:' ! i, : ,al i. t.rest s asile and hi IIp t r, ,,,veririi nt classlfy the re lm1:11IIIg * , "lilIHiIi) draft reg!strants, 1':.. i t Wi!sii ,on rd rer l comnilete re i, I . .. i ln f th e .h a ft ivsttIln . !I. :,xe.l -, re lawyer to v-,lllntver i:i a: ' every doctor to do, the , ir,, in o lrer that frt, legal ail midi p: 1,1 iri r.ll: s llna . I estal lisheid fr t. .gr t'r: ts in o, jiuncltiolL with each I , , a l b ,a r d . Thi, l'ri.l 'it rstitnatcl that the ,l:i sifi ,ation, whichI the provost mar shall general annotulnerI aill begin t il ughlnlt tJhe ri itrL al...

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 November 1917

A3BZVILLK PROGREss Published Every Saturday. A Weekly Journal I)evoted to the Best Intereats of Abbeville and Ver milieo Parish. I. w. O'BYAN, Editor asnd Prop. Advertising Rates on Application Eatered as Secend Class Matter at the Post Odce at Ahheville, La., under ,et of March 3, 1879. - s- oBIPTION BATES One year (in dvanee) ...................$1.5 Six months (in advance) ..........75 Pear months (in advance) ............. 50 ODlclal Journal of Vermilion Parish. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1917. *OWTXEZN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. Mast Bound Passenger ..............9:50 a. m. West Bound Passenger .............2:12 p. W est Bound Mixed .................... 9:50 a. m East lound Mixed .......... 11:50 a. m. THE TRAIN BUG o 0 lar we have the Ca Inspector. ie aakes the TraI se 1 re day to msi the are as em the Palmeas. $e aL $a m Ml ap whd y set I at i hat the grL t cos.lict pon the in ner life of the peoples affect ed Will the old-time ideals and aspirations for something above and beyond what ...

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 November 1917

Brief News Items of Local Interest Mrs. J. A. Summers is visiting in New Orleans. WANTED--Cash Register. Ask at the Progress. A. O. Landry is a visitor to New Or leans this week. Mrs. Mary Boulignv was via ting i. Gueydan this week. Treville Bourque Jr., is reported to be quite ill with lpneumonlia. Paul Ilroussard is well agai. :.ti is now at his lst at the loc.-l freight delpot. FOR SALE--Model 1917, 3-passenger Ford Car. Price *300.10 See J. W. O'llryan. tf Mr. andl Mrs. M. le;a'lnham, of Nos e O,-leans, are the lproudl arents of a fi.e baby girl. Mrs. W. 8. Nilson is visiting in New O.Iaaus, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Howard Lablt. ('laudle Broussard left Saturday for St. Lousi for the purpose ofplurhasiig a carload of horses and mules. The weather is so much the same we don't believe much can be said of it but still it seems there's a way. Mr. and Mrs. Op'tu ita Id :.'l are visiting in New Orv'eans, the :.,ie4ts of their daughter, Mrs. M. Benh.la;.nt. The many friends o...

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 November 1917

THE DAY OF THE PLEAT New York, November "Service" is a wonderful word; it those stirring times it has taken on a these stiring times it has taken on a new signifieanee. We are all serving, in some way or other, and so in our clothes, the outward symbol of our selves, we express our ideas of service. There has been a great deal talk about simplicity, about lack of trimming on the new modes, and how very smart and distinctive these frocks are. Back of tais feature of the mode of the mom ent stands the real motive, Patriotism, and we can call it by any name we please so long as we follow its lead. To Be or Not to B--Pleated The is something very satisfying about the pleated dress. The long lines uninterrupted by trimming, are becom ing to old and young. The effect of narrowness is preserved without the no comfortableness of the extremely nar row skirt. Tie smart frock illustrated here is of tan broadcloth, the color of a meerschaum pipe, and the collar, un usual in size and arrangement...

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 November 1917

ABBEVIROGRSS A NDVEISLidat O VOLUME NINE. A WIDE-AWAXE HOME NEWSPAPERPULISHED E r INTERESTS OF ABEEVILLE AND VILION PARISIL NUMBER 40. ----OFFICIAL JONA OF THEE, VE~ION PI, V N NOV. 24. 1917. $1.50 PER YEAR. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIIE PAI I 01' VERMILION. .-.rrrr -- .. . :I A ABBE. HIGH WINS AT STATE FAIR. last crar th,' .hh \ :l, th. iigh School w:, a Ie'l oiler w th its exhibits :tt ti Sihre . ,lrt St:ate Fair andl se\'r::! , hll:irar % twr, . stli i te-i.ti to the studleete i~n.. ., \,,ik ' a- e, hil,itet . This g ,oodl r," .. .. %a! - p(f II ,li.Ie , ,tI again t in.' ,'Tar anti se\ cral , le.', rel. and I wchi, rib hons were reci\ ed byr the local s. I ,. ti .ar ai t :t' I air about fift hlagh s-hbol, o, the State entered for the pres and fi r Ahlhville to wi.n as nema - t-oiuts as she lidl is very !r. !it all, in~ , 'le, and sianks well for c-hi thitr ,nghns++ of work that is don heIre. This year our lig a' shol lei' ant. girls won tlh fo!lo,'i g: F-i note Ilk in I'lh i i, ...

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 November 1917

ABBE VILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday. A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Best Interests ~f Abbeville ail V"er n iliea P arish. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . l. W. O'BBYAN, Editor and Prop. Advertiin ... Hates on Application ntered as Second-Class Matter at the Pfot (JOiice at Abbevill', La., under Aet of March 3, 1879._ .. Official Journal of Vermilion Parish. GERMANY'S LOSS. With the declaration of Brazil of a .tate of war 1, w\\"e(n that countrv andI (G .no ny; thl I att " can 10w c(',uit eihe ie c'i enIIemy1\ nations arraly'ed against ]lr. (Gernany's loss.es iln ,ulu i ilI ,i' i \-,, , w ile thle\ 11isl 10h (', ormolllus, ar'1 in reality tilie le,.;t itf 11 ulisa t',1rs that l1iV\, befahllen h 'er. The one 4 r'ea;t Ilia -t Ir that that -is-'lii, 144 cfiuntry has 1 b1 o,,uillt u1p n 11 . I'e , ain, wl hich viii i\.11 141,,st far-reaehin "g effort, is the1 o l,-.s i l:.r st,,l l inj wilt, tie i ,ti,4115º o if the w\I,'1 . A itll the exce(',14tio 4 II 1 14 u(r4 1 inlli,- l , with...

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