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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

ABBEVI/LE PROGRESS VOL 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 21. Phone 4 .. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, July 19, 1913. $1 $ l YaU. PROFESSIONAL CARDS John Nugier, I)i.;trict Attorney and Attorney at Law. a Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, * Attorney at Law. Pae 34 Office over Bank of Abbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B. White, Lawyer. North of Court Hous-e. R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Law. Notary in ofMce. J. o. Broussard, Attor+e at Law. Notary and Abstractor in odee. Kitchell & Bailey, Attormys at La*. Near Court House. Walter B. Gordy, AWrny at Law. Notary in office. Geetae & Greene, Atereys at Law. Notary I FAO SIMON Phra r pot .w .mid St. Mm IrCast.......................... $5D ThXm w, ,r ,A s ..,- .. •rr .·` r~·~ Ktc,'o. $'r the fIu" andbingyan -~~br~ ~qi~vsfIn andI .i, *f : ·t 4 { A3 IRA, j;; ;;t 1 I j ý ` Y "ý Regular Meeting of Police Jury The police jury met in regular session Monday and 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. — 19 July 1913

Abbeville Progress J. W. (O'RRYAN PHONE 248. It keeps the average man hustling to snoge clothes as often as the weather. i.rst thing we know, some fashion designer will be creating a slit bath. lg suit. At last the automobile with the cow eatcher has come. It was only a ques tia of time. A damage suit may not be a cheap salt, but it is nearly always due for a little shrinkage. Some men can hardly w'it for pay day to come around. Other men are flliterent. Married. Become not alarmed over your af tlation, for most of them pass quick ly, notably, the cubist art. In Indianapolis a split skirt tied up taic. It might be well if some one would tie up the split skirt. Whi to apI Did you ever observe that the man sound who does things has no "Do It Now" impor agn posted up near his desk? not ye mare A market report says that cheese Is Iog at a standstill. But most connolt often mers of cheese don't like it that way. ad s oan p What a nice feature act for vaude- paid vile would the perfect ba...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

The Cases of Alice Clement True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper The Dulcimer (Copyrglht. by W. 0. Chapman.) HAD met the boat at the dock, and watching the thronging mass of men, women atd children as they poured from the pa latial prison in which they had crossed the Atlantic. there came to me the sight of a sparkling pair of brown eyes and a smile I knew. A moment later Alice Cle ment, home again from many thou sands of miles spent in tracking crim Inals in the foreign countries of Eu rope, was at my side. "Now are you going to tell me what took you across the ocean?" I asked. She smiled that sphinx-like little smile of hers and nodded in the negai tire. We had taken a taxicab for up town. "Once before," she said, "I told you that I was on a secret mission, but still it must remain a secret." It piqued me a bit that she could not tell me what had sent her on her loang trip or what the result had been. For some time she remain...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

SENATE INVESTIGATORS WILL CONTINUE WITH HIM Until He Completes His Story-House Probers Will Then Take Charge and "Quiz" Him. Washington. - Martin M. Mulhall, *rofessed field agent, lobbyist and po litical worker, continued Monday his remarkable story before the senate lobby investigation committee. Mul' hall was on the stand for six hours. Al In that time nearly six hundred let- ting ters, telegrams and scraps of memo- New randa were identified by him with for hardly more than a glance. lie re- of e membered, apparently, the first names iro of members of congress, of lesser poll- Rive tcians. or labor leaders and under- leve lings, of secretaries to congressmen love and all the men he had worked with Atcl through a year of most active cam- enti paigning in many parts of the coun- the try. His performance seemed so re this aarkable to lawyers present that they May sat all through a long day intently p. watching the witness and listening will closely to the letters and every word Riv4...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

DA D MAC Auror o IHARTS AND MASKS Ao M ANO THE BOX c~. Illustrations 1k M.G.IKGrrm.. . . COPYRIGHT 1911 by BOBe - FERRIZLL COMPANY . S1 SYNOPSIS. George Percival Algernon Jones. vice presldent of the Metropolitan Oriental Ru 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 selol Jones the famous holy Yhl ordes rug which he admits having stolen from a pasha at Bagdad. Jones meetn Major Callaln and later Is Introduced to Fortune Chedsoore by a woman to whom he had loaned I aunds at Monte Carlo som e months previously and who turns out to be ortune's motir. Jones take Mrs. CMh oye and Fortune to a polo gam. rtune returns to Jones the moey borrowed by her mother. Mrs. Sappears to be ed In some s enterprise unknown to the daughter. Rynne nlaterests Jones n the Ur Romance and Adventure com paay, a concern which for agrice will rm ar kind of an dveature to or der. M Cheso her bro...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

AN APPRECIATIOM 1IJRKISH IA DEL isi " ii: *"'"" Posurfra. SwBous. 4·:: ~~"*! RL1 d'~ w:· ·, · ·~-j -V : · -i,·- ·i TNWOUL:; Turks are permitted to retali possession of Constantinople. Approaching that city from the Sea of Marmora, one of the most beadhftul sights I have ever be held presented itself writes a corre speuadeat of the Pittsburg Dispatch. As our vessel moshed along past the Princess islands in the early moratning of a delightful August day, thus per maittig the city to be gradually ua iMed to our expectaat gase, I stood sad watehed the entrancinga somee with a pleasure I have rarely felt Om and an we proceeded, each minute owlag some new objeet for admire - ties. The sky was all agow and the' mesing sean was showering a shining eaEstee upon seq and -land. Atr et to the right on the Asiatic shes were discernible Mount Olya S a, then the tue city at Chaloedeo. ., Ww u whis ease the vest Turk t, ' esmistirY, nebaheded b eyreesee 4 nla est sad ield be the " Issne a the wen....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

1 Lcheon Dindd t I.bm Slma La e ae ed , doe. an ' l w ei,  , . ,~ wahmaPas .es . mbi . aSi arlpl gam.a .***:::**.* All ae ,seenmS, a Wi . t aO~.f lWAep P.ei tr: P. De Fd Iausuly Lompromies. Sconcelt man s one who matd to tlk about yereli. hl "I weld die for youA mey daalia. "How swet of se! Is yPmear M.N. nsuurred?" r Uý WrAL OWQ. Lias. ii.1. bab. The girl who fully ntend to marryMAD stha. iOND'reI. LIVER PILa a seaaIMo d word athrol. te .beat A conceite mrd nis one whmo wants moeE t perttlMain Point.I8 P· as Coastipaton, Mr, and "1 would die for you, my darling!" "Ho w sweet of your! Is your life Insured?" p" int how goo w ON8 ~ sOND S LIVER PILLto MaRIT, househt to lordd through thmslio lelnJI et CURnGnq WV TI'llNG. nmaoy In perfecting BOND'S PILLS fr the cure of Head ches Bi Nt how "cheap" but eaow good wer The eanetrordimary suecesa  a ae1T. oet he ld and ahse ing Of a favorite qhfld o euarade Mr. irod tgether gravelyr, asrid ig e Mttie gil'a iman for rearing oer, aeisd aner...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 July 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published every Saturdat y in the. city of Abbeville. La. Intetard a accsnod elasi miatter MarchI 1. 1933, at the post uolthe" at .1Ab1ý ille, #A., jnader act of March 3. 1579 Sipbarlption St 1 year, IMyabWlt ill j. \, O'Hryau......... PrIoprietor. Photis: Otiee 2.18, Rc.siletlc 13".. Adve'rtiriu;g Rates "I'oto Application. Saturd ty, July 19, 1013. Railroad Time Table. j HA$[ I" iit Ni.. No. 4MeUis a car, l;a i' h'. . it . ts. lNo. M3( pia,.snger, le:i,"~ 9.37 a. in. No. s1 ltlnwed, lea' ra 4 441 p. I. t WEKST lit'NI). No. 527 uiwual, Ieavrs 9:37 a. m No. 505 pw gcr r. Iravets 2:Ic , i . I t. N519 motor caHr. arrives 6:!0 p. ill. 11 OUR NJEW SERIAL. This week the story, "The 1 Carpet from Blagdad." which h, has been running in this paper for twenty-one weeks, cnds,and begining next week, T i story full of adventure and romance and one that portrays i in a strikingly vivid manner the sturdy characteristics of w the daring pioneers of the h' w~est, entitled "Rich...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

ABBEV PuILE ---. --1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. VOL. 1. 1 a Ye. r. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, July 26, 1913.--- Phone 248. .. ... .... ....... .. .........Is-a l ifil "- " " ".... i-- .... i" - .. . ^^**** #+»* *4 ^# X \ i PROFrSSIONAL CARDS L.M. POU-DREAUX T1 'l'hvsicialn arll Surgeom imet Sffrict near Court Ilouse (lav 'lhone,. -; flico' 275; Resicdece 276. of tl Jolin N ut.cr, The I)itrict Attorney and' Attorney at Iaw. h l Notary in offlue. to C ing Minos T. Gordy, was Attorney at law. and Phone 34 .ffice over Bank of Abbeville. ositi Sthe F. J. Samsol, and Attorney at Law. tio Notary Public. org org --- - bei W. B. White, 1recI Lawyer. A North of Court House. _ wet few R. J. Labauve, 70 Attorney at Law. Notary in office. S' fift S. O. Broussard, hat Attorney at Law. o Notary and Abstractor in office. vai Kitchell & Bailey, tat Attorneys at Law. pr Near Court House. As Walter B. Gordy, in Attorney at Law. ha Notary in ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

Abbevill Progress , J. w. O'IIYAN I PHONE 248 However, the girl scout seems to be quite inevitable. As a last resort for fads women are now making their own shoes. Old fashioned people like to think about the days before the tango. Whenever women make up their minds to wear trousers they will. The elevator man v' o Inherited $100,000 probably is having his "ups" now. If you do your Christm:.- rhopping now, you will avoid some of the rush later on. Duke Ludwig of Bavaria has tired of his morganatic wife. I: is eighty-two and fussy. Occasionally you will find a good cit isen who doesn't take much interest in baseball. T*% surest way of enjoying summer resorts Is to stay at home and read about them. The way to avoid a split infinitive is to write it the way you don't think it ought to go. The shopgirl has one advantage over the housewife. She gets a vaca tlon, anyhow. etb The cruel critic of the new-fledged rac college graduate is seldom able to we give him a job. r It Is hard to resis...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

p-uwkl &RAH mL D Am GUAoCyI&M o ,4,7Th.Iý aa.U W. fit/ _U---- U admire CHAPTER 1. he ei The Bonanza King. them, The cold of foot-hill California In famill the month of January held the night. shade The occupants of the surrey were too the cramped and stiffened by it, and too respoi uncomfortably enwrapped against it, dition to speak. Silence as complete as that The 1 which lay like a spell on the land- animn scape brooded over them. At the turnei last stopping place, Chinese Gulch. a lunch scattering of houses six miles behind after them on the mountain road, they had Thi halted at the main saloon, and whisky adorn and water had been passed to the caslo driver and to the burlier figure on ecto the back seat. The watchers that its e thronged to the saloon door had eye all ti the third occupant of the carriage with bare the intent, sheepish curiosity of the Line. Isolated man in presence of the stran- fank ger female. Afterward, each one was rang4 voluble in his impressions 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. — 26 July 1913

1 AMEN TS DEFEATEDll U OPPOSITION TO ALL THREE ENDI STATEWIDE. Dr. E. I. Clark Wine In Eighteenth; Hon Tom Coe In 12th, E. M. Greer and Di SH. R. Greer in 7th and 125th. By decisive and even overwhelming Sa amajorities the three proposed consti- slon totlonal amendments were defeated in greet Saturday's election by the people of Horn Texas. The "judges" amendment was place defeated in the ratio of nearly three the 4 to one; the anti-fee or "salaries" F. amendment in the ratio of nearly two Durh to one, and the "bonds" amendment, Flet more familiarly known as "S. J. L 18," A in the ratio of four to one. cons The returns are as follows: Afte For judges amendment...... 21.432 at Against judges amendment.... 58,313 tion For salaries amendment....... 29,46 were Against salaries amendment... 55.914 t For bonds amendment. ....... 16486 pres Against bonds amendment ..... 65,146 P MaJorities were cast against the pres amendments in every part of the state, TI especially against the bond amen...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

THE GOLD BRICK By BRAND WHITLOCK AUT1OR Or "M iRIINm SDIUnCT."- ER aIN VAITT,. "TBE EAPPT AVEIAa.- "TM TMR Or T BALANCE," VTrc, ETC **o 00 O0 opretLM by 2%o L labbm&mnW (mpaw BN thousand dollars a year! Nell KIttrell left the office of the Morning Telegraph la a dase. He was tnsenslble of the raw February air, heedless of sloppy pave ments; the gray day had suddenly turned gold. He could not realise it all at once; ten thousand a year-for him and ,dith! His heart swelled with love of dlith; she had sacrfieed so much to become the wife of a man who had tried to make an artist of himself, and of whom fate, or economic determinism. or something, bad made a cartoonlst. What a surprise for her! He must hurry home. In the swelling of his heart he felt a love not only of Edith but of the whole world. The people he met seemed dear to him; he felt friendly with every one, and beamed on perfect strangers with broad, cheerful smiles. He stopped to buy some flowers for Edith -dafodls, or tu...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

CROP REPORT WORK Thousands of Reporters Contrib ute to Making of Estimates. o1et of Them Are Not Paid, Being Classed as "Volunteer Correspond *nts," and Only Reward They Get is Receipt of Circulars. Washington.-About 130.000 report rm contribute to the making of the government crop reports which are aIsued monthly at Washington. Most of these reporters are not paid, but are classed as "voluntary correspond ents," and the only reward they get. aside from the satisfaction of doing the work Itself, sl that they receive the publications of the department without having to write to ask for them. Nevertheless most of them stick to the work. An Inquiry made In January. 1912. showed that SX per cent of them had served more than a year, 67 per cent. had served more than two years. 42 per cent. more than six years. four per cent. more than twenty-six years, and one per cent. more than thirty-six years. Among these volunteers are county correspondents who have several as alatants who can be ca...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

'llVeal Loaf A Picnic Favorite Cood at home, too. So handy for a dainty Imach wher you don't wat to cook a meal. As a Sandwich Meat it has o equal; thee are a does other Libby Lunchen Spaltiwe at your gracr. Got acquaited with them. Try ibbys V Laf fried: Cut the cotents of M can of Veal Loaf into quarteurach adisce Fry agoden brow ian anll quantity of butter. Gaernih with r"a. iUby, Mcllfl a Libby ANTED NHOMES FOR TnH FAMOUS F tAULT WLE.l STA~CI. on. ef Let U e Oend You Sample Outfit t pr ar o 0n h&. am I'...En l .amp I.... r l l. oen 9. ie-sa. Leat end o S.aml. t. .  e O.f. UWna- l - . bu . w 0-beltV Paradoxical. "I would walk on hot plowshares for your sake, my love." "Yes, and the minute you tried it You would get cold feet." INVIGORATING TO TME PAL AmD Applianee for Measuring Time. Meehaaial appilance for mesaur tag time were in use from the earliest ages and cloeks of one kind or an ther were made in Europe before the 4dicovery of America. Brass wheel clocks with weight...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 July 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Publili-htd t -ir y S;ituirdlay in thi city of A\l1,cville, La. j.i r l .im < '.nMarch J. '. ( o r i\ n. .... . lProipritor. 1'1o( t: )llic -, ' , Rt-idence 132. A lv.erti.,i: R..e s I. R Au 'lx p)i> 'liil. Saturdivy, iuly 26, 1913. Railroad Time Table. *:AS'T BOUND. No. .5S . motor iar, Ilaves 6:31. . m. No. y506 patsn;in r la-vi-. 9:37 a. ni. No. 528 mixed, leaves 4:40) i. in. WEST IiOI'ND. No. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. ni. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2:()5 p. m. No. 509 motor car, arrives 6:10 p. m. Wh4n sidewalks go down property values go up. Unless weeds and filth are permitted to take your premises. Instead of kicking your town try kicking yourself. Then there would be some hopes for you becoming a booster. Whatever stimulates agri cultural development at once reacts upon general business to the advantage of bankers, merchants and manufacturers alike. Some men only turn the grindstone of boosting when they have an axe to grind. Otherwise they like to kn...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 23. Phone 248. Abbevillc, Vermilion Pari.h, La., Saturday, Auut, 2 1913. $1 a Year. SP'ROFESSIONAL CARDS L. M. BOUDREAUX iLg\iician andi Surgeon Office near Court lHouse Phones- Office 275; Residence 276. John Nugier, District Attorney and Attorney at Law. Notary in ofhi e. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phone 34 Office over hik of AI,beville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B. White, lwyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labauve; Attorney at Law. Notary in office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court Hlouse. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, AMeracys at law. Notary in office. LEO SIMON Shaving Parlor on Concord St. Hair Ct ................................... Shave...... ............. ....................... Sc Chikera Hair Cuts............................

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

Abbeville Progress 1 j. W. O'HRYAN PHONE 248. His Money invested in a good vacation is well spent Somebody should provide a vaccine Writing for sunburn and freckles. Old R4 Duck suits would be better if they were oiled the way ducks wear them Wash Even hot weather isn't so bad when Aaron 1 you can get plenty of good fresh but a pensI termilk. the mug Secrets Its a poor form of Sunday recrea- the Sn tion that requires a week for recap ing thai eration. for suce --------- appllca Paradoxical as it may seem, the applirc heat wave was not Invented by a Paris The hairdresser. ten an -intact. When Sir Thomas Lipton gets tired intact mod of trying to lift that cup. he might try hand ci his hand at polo. are not which The joy ride continues to maintain writteh its reputation as being fully as dan- per. i gerous as any ride. prtr, * ----- years < Now that aviation has become at the business, enthusiasm has quite nat- t is urally waned a bit. cant's with C Hot weather is good for the crops...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

r PURE WHITE FOR WARMEST DAYS N -. ... ` .. A DE from the comfort assured to the wearers of pure white apparel in the dog days. the knowledge that it is refreshing to look at by swelter ing fellow-belngs weighs something in its favor. Here are two exqui site hats. made for midsummer, that look as if they might be Inter pretations by the artist-milliner of soft, drifted snow or gleaming ice, trans later into fabrics and thence Into headwear. A round, bonnet-like shape has the brim covered with a new material much like crepe de chine, but with less luster. It is called crepe Georgette. The small soft crown Is a puff of moire satin as shimmering as ice. A moire ribbon encircles the crown and Is tied in a bow on the under-brim. There is a large white marguerite daisy on the upper-brim at the back with a deep brown center. It Is mounted in a few rose leaves from which trails also the palest of Marshall Nell roses extending two inches beyond the brim edge. Folds of snowy maline rest again...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

Louisiana N ews From all corners of the great State Congregation Deserts Noel Church. Shreveport.-After having worship ed for several months in the hand some new church built for it by J. S. Noel, the congregation of the Noel Memorial church (Methodist) will hold its services in the Centenary Col lege chapel hereafter. A dispute be tween the donor of the church and the board of Methodist stewards of Shreveport is said to be responsible for this, and it is understood the new church has been permanently aban doned by the Methodists Mr. Noel. who built the church at a cost of $40. 000, desired, it is said, to insert in the deed of transfer a condition that the church was not to be mortgaged or sold and a further condition that its name was not to be changed New Orleans Sugar Market. New Orleans.-Offerings Monday were somewhat broader in the way of sugar, but arrivals again lacked as sortment, the bulk of receipts being thirds and seconds. The market was quoted strong and without change...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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