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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

0 1 94yIIW.hENL W ceaAIstr; bO Dalºýt,ý O Co k rtM ii fl~bC s~pmv as. SYNOPSIS. Will Cannon, the bonansa king. and his dughter. Roes. who had pased up Mrs. rneliu Ryan's bell at San Francisoo to accompany her father, arrive at Antelope. oimnlck Ryan calls on his mother to a ball tnvItation for his wiftte, and is reused. The determined old lady refuses to recognise her daughter-in-law. CHAPTER Ill. The Daughter of MHeth. He walked for nearly an hour, along quiet, lamp-lit streets where large houses fronted on gardens that ex haled moist earth scents and the breaths of sweet, unseen blossoms, up bills so steep that it seemed as if an earthquake might have heaved up the city's crust and bent it crisply like a piece of cardboard. He looked down unseeing, thinking of the last three years. When he had first met Berncle Iver son, she had been a typewriter and stenographer in the omce of the Mer chants and Meoinics Trust Com pany. He wuas twenty-four at the time, the only son of Cornelius R...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

A Secret of State By BRAND WHITLOCK AUThOR OF "TIE THIRTEENTr DISTRICT." "ER INFINTE VARIETY." "TRE HAPPY AVERAGE." 'THE TURN OF THE BALANCE." ETC., ETC. u 0yrgbL bo TI. ubb-OMerrilI CJuom7t VI9Rt at the executive mansion. Governor Chat ham and his private sec retary were at dinner when the telegram came. The governor took Ift. yellow envelope from thel butler's tray and toret it open. When he had read the message he passed it over without a word to Gilman. The private secretary's eyes widened as he read it, and he exclaim ed: "Jim Lockhart deiad" "Yes, poor Jim " The governor sank into a deep leather chair. lie supported his head in his hand and gazed Into the fire. Gilman followed, and seuting him self. likewise fell Into a melaucholy reverie. The silence within, and the wind sweeping the rain back and forth like a broom without. oppressed him. He was a young man. Once or twice he looked at the governor, and then the silence, the wind and the rain forced him to speak. "He seemed t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

, Pork an Beans Delicious - Nutritious Plump and nut-like in flavor, thoroughly cooked with choice pork. Prepared the Libby way, nothing can be more appetizing and satisfying, nor of greater food value. Put up with or without tomato sauce. An eceeIomt disk served either hot or cold. Insist on Libby's Libby, McNe il a Libby Chicago The level headed man is not apt to 1 be a rounder. aIrs.Wlnslow'e ~notbino Syrup for Chldrea teething. moftens the gumº, reduees inflamma too,allays pain,cares wind col lcl a bottle.te Horrible examples are the kind a schoolboy encounters in his arith metic. Put On. t "Is Dobbs a man of superior attain ments" "No. Merely of superior airs." Body That Does the Work. "Who presents people at court. pop?" "In this country, my son, it is gen erally done by the grand jury." WILL ELlVys NIeRVOUS DIVUPBIION AND LOW SPMIRTST. a*OV5R4 T s TL hi em )it , aO= w lb lIer to sast. drives ot Mairis s t* 4*tM' ts1A muie Ap·lMu· f sad aM Jo i seUP oe., Saved Somebody's Eyes....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 August 1913

C----·-.-- ·· ° . ... .. . . .. ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Pullished! c ,rv -:+turdat; ý, in the city of Al, hv.illh" I,;. I nt're d w, a'. ' n, l c:., :natl r alnrchl I, 1913, At tI Wt'. 1 ' t . it '\l"' il . ui.d.vlh" al t 1 .M|an. , . 1., . 5 ,I 'l]ikl IP'TIO tN RAT \IS. I nc t .. . .. 1 I, mix IZ ilt 1 . .. .. . t .hrl in itl . ii i. \V . )'llry:in, ........ ..'r,,l,r iletor Phoi1,ne"n , Ofl)('.", '"/ , l>," il1tnc"' 13. Adwv rti'I: . Itiltes I' pon .\ppliI tim,. Saturdahy, A\ugiist 2, 1913. Railroad Time Table. I .1strT IJi NIJ . N,,. 111 ot,,r car, iat'vee 6: 10 . 1,. No 5i . p 1; ni W'il r, 1 t. ' , i" 4 7 :". tI . No. 528 mi'r tdl, leaves 4:4 4 pi'. i:. \VEST lOT'NID. No. 527 inisxd, Iav',cs 9:7 a. i. No. 5415 1 assnt'cr. 1 :eave 21' i'. m. N o . (5 0 9 moi t o r c a r . a r r i v ec 6 . 1 1t in.T This year a large tnumber of our farners have found the necessity of living more att home, being compelled to do' so in many cases, as they were not able to get credit so freely as ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 August 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL, 1. 'Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 24. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, August, 9 1913. $1 a Year. L. M. BOUDREAUX Physician and Surgeon )flfce near Court House 'hones-(ffice 27f; Rtsiidence 276. John Nugier, District Attorney and Aftorney at Law. Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phone 34 OfRce over Rank of Abbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B: White, Lawyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labanve, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary saw Abtrctr in oSce. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys a Law. Near Court Hose. Walter B. Gordy, Amfrey at Law. ntw, yi ate. -Cs-eme & Greene, amfru s at Law. NatC y h olSe. IEO SIMON. Shent Parler .m rd SQ . o.... ....-.............. 2ke r t.............. .......................1k rs. Hr c..... ...................Se S e M- is ebody. '6 we the Phaters Rice I pat aito Operarlon for a 6maa0I...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 August 1913

AbbDevlle Progress ,. W. Or' RYAN PHONE 248. One seasonal occupation Is goin swimming. Nobody envies a fat man in hot weather. I If you can't swim, any depth of wa ter is too deep. Even Boston has started a crusade against "animal dances." An outing for a man usually means, as Inning for a mosquito. Fishing must be good Mighty few stories of wonderful catches. A woman's face is her fortune, says an exchange. Yes; and money talks. The most popular currency bill is one with a green back and a good fig ure. Vesuvills again shows signs of actl. tty. As a rule such signs are unmls takable Still, they managed to play ball be fore the word "jinx" entered the vo cabulary. It does no good to turn the ther mometer to the wall. You can't turn of the beat. No matter how many troubles a man has. he can forget them all when a obsh grabs the balt. "Iow ,I, ------------ W e e Every time hot weather comes l hether man wishes he had the courage to Iw i,. dress comfortably. tow :en hall' ,The man wh...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 August 1913

The Vindication of Henderson of Greene By BRAND WHITLOCK AUTHOR OF "TIE TWR TEENTE DISTRICT." "R INF rrE VARETY," "TBE APIT AVERAGE." "TnE TURN OF TBE BALANCE." ETC., ETC. Vopyrtgb by The Dobbs-Merrill Compan ALDWIN, the lobby- ' th ist, leaning forward an with his elbows on foi his knees, and po swaying with the train as it swung out on to the rocky ne ledge that paves an the Valley of the so Despla ines, con- th t e m ple tively cut th the end from a fresh cigar and said: ev "But I'm not so sure, after all. My he experience with the Bailey bill shook inn my faith In that proposition." al' The two other men in the salon so looked up with startled eyes. Baldwin had been driven over from his Michigan Avenue home and caught in+ the Alton Limited when it made the o0 station stop at Twenty-third Street. b where he boarded the last of its cur tained Pullmans. This coach was the 's political institution known to Illinois w statesmanship as the Springfield sleeper, and Baldwin and his two...

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 August 1913

'I JlA SAYS "HANDS OFF'" HE WILL NEITHER ACCEPT ME CIATION OR INTERVENTION. Claims National Dignity and Honor Do Not Exact It-Won't Treat With Rebels. Mlexic(o City. - President Huerta Tues,.day reiterated the declaration of his policy of "hands off" on the reply to a question as to what would be his attitude in case an offer of media tion should be made by the United States through John Lind, who is com- Pa inc: b1oere as the personal representa- Cl tive of President Wilson to act as ad- re visoer to the American embassy. Ni "I have said publicly," President th Il.erta declared, "that I will not ac m cept mediation or intervention of any st kind. because national dignity and re honor do not exact it. I have de- di clarted also that I will not treat with do the rbelws,. and much J-es will I do so if the insinuation exists that such ml involh.. a flagrant violation of our wi sovwreiro nty. "The question of dignity admits of at no transactions and the present strug- do gle should be c...

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 August 1913

MYNS (QMIUREN * dlb SYou Thlk Tibeil Ever Find HimL' Yo Vu Thhik Thsy'll tvK Find Him r IVNOPIS. M D ams.. the bumakian.g and aa ýi7 am OaIb Oa h0 mother to laths,. ant" at At mls h ý M tý Deil liwl aad i a IS ru ly M*mmri aatapriqýýý bi~ !le tm " sher Ltr~ a-~V Dem I~~t -~. me.-- Ymi CNAPII 3 IV#C-CUtlnd. "And the etMer O west e sCs, bwm sees riveted. the hsivdmmeulag. hero eetmedm ulad d et sh :ins -Mr everye. 1d. aatme L D. sa4. LA ra She. tai a Musse what he lot L A .ager, sw 35o* 3V'e e ,lsjig sat W the eate fbem Iow lada sad :.. gess dswa to ow"Mmem" ae bPuP as sgemm.t th~ere. K ! 1 UImeL t.dbtht svess meter Is the he..s I .bs't auer mm sem do" gi~b u." irrl I 'AS -mot heI was dadjee ad *e Vss .-abe the ebet wit 'Aa isi r." e1, ru y'ibgs e -etMu g s u the lef at b1ar het. "'bt' Ski whit he hbdn " inwQ, I kt It. " ?he s hei inWmr I thiWeft b *1ib (a elaeOwed up At Late. e-as the hWisp sa that & elma, witha la iete qa 'a wYs? eabmeam at her ma - - -t sad, restet 40" ter hart...

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 August 1913

SCOOL AND HOME New, Division in the Bureau of Education. Department Organizing Branch Where by It is Hoped to Bring Parents and Teachers Nearer Together 4,000,000 Mothers to Help. \Washington.-Before Lnother school year rolls around Uncle Sam will have lanvited more than 4,000,000 mothers of the country to join in the working out of a co-operative plan whereby it it h-ped to bring home and school near,.r together, to help the parent to get I he viewpoint of the teacher on one hand and on the other to help the teacher to guide little Johnny or Mary along lines of thought and work which will make the child a greater help In the home and assist It to develop into a better citizen tn the nation. During the hot months of summer. when both grown-ups and children are giving more attention to vacation plans than to school matters, experts In the United States bureau of educa tion have just begun the organiation of a new division to direct this new co-operative work, which will aim at the up...

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 August 1913

'FIRE FOR LIVER SICK HEADACIE All COASTIPATIO Don't Wak Another DwyCet a 23-cenat Bos of Hot Sprbg Liver Bttoms and Fel Yoeng Airm Calomel has had its day, slam bang purgatives that act violently are not wanted; there's just one real, bliastul, gentle remedy for constipation and other ailments caused by poisonous accumulations in the bowels, and that remedy is HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS from Arkansas. They tone up the liver so splendidly and clean up the bowels so thorough ly without discomfort that after a few days' treatment you will feel years younger, your skin will be clearer, your eyes brighter, you will not be subject to dizziness or nervous ness, you will have more energy, will sleep soundly, relish what you eat and do your work willingly and cheer fully. If you feel lazy, tired or blue, it's your liver. HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS will make ydu feel fine in a jiffy. All druggists, 25 cents. For tree sample write Hot Springs Chem Ical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. Novelist Misquoted S...

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 August 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS E Published every Saturday in the city of Abbeville, L. Entered as secoid claiss matter March -, 1913, at the post officp at Abbeville, gf,:, afndyr Ict of 3jaich 3. 11f79. d _________ --- -f JL"RglITION RATES. Ih p)ne vear......... • ....................... ...$1.00 fi months ...... ....... ..... 50 Oare's !,nths .....................23 . All ptlheriptions art payable strictly csc* in pdhance. ,'J . O' Bryan, ..... Proprietor. phones: Office 248, Residence 132. t Aldvertisilig R:.te ' Upon Application. Saturday, August 9, 1913. Railroad Time Table. EAST ROUND). No. 508 motor ear, leaves 7:15 a. nm. No. 506 passenger, leaves 9:37 a. nm. No. 528 mixed, leaves 4:40 p. inm. WEST BOUND. No. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. m. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2:05 p. m. No. 509 motor car, arrives 5:55 p. m. Being that we are about to go into a month spelled with an "r" reminds us that the oyster season is near at hand. The Crerley Signal says: a'Shady i~6tB make life's ~lk a i~ta...

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 August 1913

ABBEVIE PE R VOL 1. Devoted to the Irterests of Abbeville and Surroundinr Cornmunit . Phone 248. Abbh ville, \crni ilie n larisi , La., .: tv l,, Au. uit, 16 1"13. PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. M. BOUDREAUX 'Physician and Surgeotn (?flitc rnear Court Iloust Phones-Office 275; Rltcaidncec 276. John Nugier, District Attorney and Attorney at Law. Notnry in oflc'c. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phone 34 Ofltc over Bank of Abevile. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary P'ulici. W. B. White, iawyer. Notrth 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 Cotrt Honuse. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at AIw. Notary in office. LEO SIMON Shaving Parlor on Concord St. Hair Cut .................... . ·-5e Shave........................ ...........15 Childern Hair Cats ............... 15 A Business Education Is essential 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. — 16 August 1913

Abbeville Progress J. W. OiRtYA!: PHONE 248 Only a worker can enjoy a vacation. No one ever accuses an aviator of joy-riding. Clocks are to be taxed in Berlin. High time! Some band leader:s act as if they were shadow boxing Doughnuts being sinkers, pretzels are probably floaters. There can bh no romance without a man in It--unless its a girl. What is the sllk skirt movement going to do to the bathing suits? When sour vacation is over you can start to save for the winter coal. Afrboat tourlsts :-I.L only that the elements keep crtl: , n: iook pleasant. Careless people ..ave no business taking thldr recreation on the water. There are the usual number of dis appointments in the 1913 watermelon crop. Bull fighting in Barcelona is doom ed. They have started a baseball team there. Almost anybody can reform his own currency by making it go farther and less fast. There are several kinds of gamb IIng, among them eating hash in a restaurant. It Is hoped that the garment work ers' trouble will...

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 August 1913

oO00o What Will Become of Annie? By BRAND WHITLOCK AUTlTOR OF "TE TRTEENTU DISTRICT." "ER ' TE VARIETT." "TIE EAPT AVERAGE." "TIE TURN OF THE BALANCE," ETC., ETC. upO To b- - o Coorritsb by The Bobbs-Merrill Compear PRING had come back to Leadam street. The moist cobblestones had steam ed in the new sun all the afternoon; sparrows were sweeping up to the eaves, trailing strings and long straws after them; from the back porches of the flats were loud, awak ing, tinny sounds, breaking the long. silence. The clank of the cable-cars was borne over the roofs, clearly now in the damp, heavy atmosphere; from somewhere came the jingle of a street piano. Floating down the mild after noon came the deep, mellow note of some big propeller, loosing her winter moorings at last and rousing to greet the tug that would tow her out of the narrow river. Kelley. the policeman, strolled along the sidewalk, with his hands locked behind him, his nose in the air. sniffing eagerly and pleasur ably. He had l...

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 August 1913

STEAMEl iRams Bar Louisiana Iwari Lake Pt iNhed, and News i chief Fi the crew the steam barge and From al corners The att of the great broSe kmged a ybroken in N ing the b Fire Sweeps Glenmora. about thr Alexandria.-Glenmora was visited passenge by a disastrous fire Saturday. The gestill t following property was destroyed been irec Cold drink and candy stand of E. E The Strickland. restaurant of P. 0. . Depa- The t most, poolroom of J. T. Ferguson, liv- ht ery stable of A. G. Pringles, grocery A num store of Iooper Brothers, general mer up in tli chandise store of Andrews Bros. & Lake Pre McNichols, in which the postoffice The pa was located, and the residences of Edl their bat win Orr and Will McNichola A ned time onl brick builditg was also badly dam- The cc aged. The fire is supposed to have the P'itts started from sparks from a trash pile. showing Under This Leper Had No Welcome. e tapletot Kllhona.-For the third time in less The I than four months Sheriff J. . Patter- teame...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 August 1913

* NENS Twwk' DpiUý h *ý r-~iaý aaarr c 0- CS)------ ------------ SYNOPSIS. and 11 Cannon. the bonawpa king, and his mo daughter. Roes, who had passeed up Mrsm. Cersnelus Ryan's ball at San Franci to pee accompany her father. arrive at Antelope. ing Dominick Ryan calls on his mother to beg a ball Invitation for his wife, and is to refused. The determined old lady refuses He to recognise her daughter-in-law. Dom dlek had been trapped into a marriage he with Bernice Iverson. a stenographer. old several years his senior. She squanders his money. they have frequent quarrels. and h be slips away. Cannon and his daughter ani are snowed in at Antelope. Domlnick Ryan is rescued from storm In uncon- Ity erous condition and brought to Antelope unt boteL Anteleope Is cut off by storm. ize CHAPTER V-Cntlnued. tou "I was tired," he said slowly. "I'd del worked too hard and I thought the eW mountains would do me good. I can get time of at the bank when I want ful and I thought I'd take a holiday a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 August 1913

NAPOLEON ACHILLE MURAT, FLORIDA'S CITIZEN PRINCE Ie i Old Pr/rai of R/inre Act/ :'h:e it ALIAHASSEE. the capital of Florida, was for some years the home of Prince Napoleon Achille Murat, son of Joachim Murat, whom Napoleon made king of Naples. The prince and his wife were buried in the Episcopal cemetery of the town, and visitors to Tallahassee may still see their graves and also the house in which the princess lived before her marriage, with her parents, Col. and Mrs Byrd Willis. The plantation of Prince Achille is near by, a portrait of the prince and a photograph of the prin cess are in the public library, and many white haired men and women are still living who remember the in teresting, strangely assorted but devote ed couple. Among those who remember the princess with peculiar affection is Fanny Taylor, a very old negro woman, the daughter of Patsy Lee, who was the personal maid of Kather Ine Willis in Virginia before she went to Florida and was still her maid after her marria...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 August 1913

WOMAN TOOK FRIEND'S ADVICE And Fom Healh In Lydia L PVhkhasm's Vegetable compound. C Windoi, Kans-"I had a dispee meat which caused bladder trouble sand I was so miserable I didn't know what to do. I snfired from bearing down pains, my eyes hurt me, I was nervous, dizy and Irregular and had female weakness. I spent money an doctors but got worse all the time. "A friend told me about the PInkham remedies and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and was cured. I cannot praise your remedies enough for I know I never would have been well if I had not taken u It."-Miss MARY A. HORNER, Route t No. 2, Box 41, Windom, Kansas. b Consider Well This Advie r No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope un- e til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's p Vegetable Compound a fair trial. L This famous remedy, themedieinst In gradients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for nearly forty years proved to be a most valua ble tonic and invigorator of the fe...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 August 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Publis.hed every Sat'urday in th c, city of Abbeville, La. Ei:tercd .u: Aecond t la. u:.tt. r March 1, 1913. at the post onac,, at ,br iil . fa., un,": -: t of MIart, I '. 3 . One 'year ........................ ... .... l . Six m o:th1 ....... ................. . ou T hriee m t ,,... .. .. ..... .2 All su scrJIta'(". e ' . . riat can'!1 in a 'v.:. J. V'. C)':r! :J': ..... 'i( ,:i,.!' r. PhIonei: O fice +x. Re!idiencc 132. A lv.-rtisin, Rattts ('In Application. Saturday, Augunst 16, 1913. Railroad Time Table. EAST BW)UND. No. 508 motor car, klaves 7:1i a. in. No. 5M passeng'r, leaves 9:37 a. ln. No. 528 ixied. h av. s 4 i40 p. T!. WIEST '()UNIJ. No. 527 mixed, tnaves 9:37 a. inm. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2:05 p. inm. No. 509 motor car, arrives 5:55 p. m. Is your homec-owning hope strong enough to make the Real Estate ads the most interesting reading in the paper for you? If so, you'll own that home before long! We noticed that the progressive citizens of Lake ,C...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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