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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 15 March 1913

*v :.i A t It V; ¶ ,S . : : 1 t / .t I , . I F { 1 m "Wtl1. 1'v CGot a 11ug Up 10 My Room I'd Like to Show Yu." SYNOPSIS George Pervlval AleSa k4a8 '& president of the MetropollmAOrlbm 3u company of New Tork., umil fg rO' manse, to In Cairo on a herU yp' Horace Ryanne arrivesa thel in Caro with a carefully am kI a . CHAPTER IIIN~(Ce~Mul) George's romance gatbs Itself tor a fight. Perhaps it we e1 thwart' ed and the sentemas u$ the amu tache and Imperial, in IlM l Msa sm ablUty, might be the agsa Perhaps it was love and dute. tebpgs her lover had gone down s ML Peruhape (for lovers are knowsn' de such things) he had run a Vth the other girl. It that " S to ease, Oeorya did not thiuh st o that test., e gentleman' I erhaps and rhaps again; b Igs mnight hav one on ptra ill the crack o' doom, with INIr a utary glimmer of the trae sis at the girl's mind. Whenever he - as asewn man or woman who uAMi his at totion, he never eoUM-ISiS the Ia pulse to Invent a rom that might apply. Imm...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 15 March 1913

.an dot R of ' trad "ma Rob Ing. oldr ( 'Illi c(hu *rt lone h tre Pan "7o or 1 by Cal t. mfor r a'ly se in mlioo ith has gav q libtIn io r ll ailing in results-pure to the extreme-and p, wooderully economical In use. Ask your pK, grocer. And try Calumet next bake day the R.ECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS old rsdCee Iga1o.es - L -et S1' E get re r~ r e l~ iwa br s e r"ci C-- m o - e l Ih . lsntott I sad r ht estryou i indeo rti han edl .sothe8 thea mattero wisthde.ins ee some e s the p imea s.hn m'mer i rown-D tello ohn t HoIw .armer Jon,e-Po rely. d the't al oner stv llW arton ti ar. rs Pamer bllrown- -Hollo, John! tow Mi Trying to Place Him.umb dep rngworm d bronc"What s our idea other ser'us all- e asked the young man who is studying eolits. re SFarmer hrown-Du tell! What in b "Ih' name o' Topbhe did ye do las tb rMy oberatonW. I replied tep ntlor Sorghum, "Is that a radical is usually t Sman who wants to muss thines up in P the hopes of establishing himself in clrcumstaices suffciently ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 15 March 1913

r CFOL 0NNEY STOPS COUGHS . CURES COLD0 Contains No Opiat.s I Sf For CbilMM VERY CURIOUS FRYING PAN Interesting Relic in the Cluny MU5 rm in Paris-its Remarkable History. At thi , ('lln y rm.um ,llr, h Paris . a vt'r.v intrt, ir, g rl'.ic. of hich this is fit, history it appeliars i that one da y t tyer or so ago. tihe, curator of it,, iUnnteumri happened to visit small r.sti, ;urant in tthe suburb of Saint Iltisi, inl which the sacme room setrve.d tr dining room and kitcheb. While' waiting to be served, the cu rator's .ye was c(aught by a fryilg pall of Iot Iittunusual appeirarance that hung ulpon the' wall. ile took it down. care'fully r.lemrove.d somllei of the so with which it was covered, and made out part of an inscription What be found inittrested him so miuch that he bought thl.' old pan. Whlten it was properly cleaned, it was found to bear the arms of Frsace and Navarrie, surrounded by thechaln of St I)uisi hnd the cord of the Order of Saint Esprit, and this Inscrlption as...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 15 March 1913

S . t/* r :'t lt., W hen: o u ,. ,, ,,1 k:y ;,!· l.t . i" ! -, ., - O . .i e , ( !:i' , tF . i -11 . 11'. u ! i I 'ni.r ELar ~"~in:i~ fior ~ty . a I I it. \Xloi i ''l '1 : (l c .top. is t t ,:: '. p tia t h :;o hi ::;srlic . areCCt uhat( b% . wrl. Whne yst i " I1u.... tiI" a i::I trl ý , r w.it :e. isket. T m, e is t 'p o " reW live, yPRrssve, i t lrv ," iu r(.:dixe, tat vlclcr t th e r! s.tl ious speciist withe sorv.le ken er . ougt by a world hcn iI t'va rcmd, rctmt Ia which isc . or the ,hile; do not fed nyour n wilt. o'ti onl e is to pr:iourts. nill:t your so withl oble ten erlous ideas; broaden your visio, loeo for the stegood, tie 1ur dire, the real oddr into the touchs wit the reat progrhes sive movement in society r. Do these thingso and you wil not only be good to your- wt Sreadself, but yoreadu will blethat which is worth while; d not afeed your ifed up be worthe livitera wg; haste bastet. Tiyre is to prciours. , n you tra lived l, for slfalone a burpt to hep traved c...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

ABBEvILLE PROGRESS VOL 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 4. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, March 22, 1913. $1 a Year PRIOFIESIONAL CARDS  ******** (,Gordv & Gordy, Attorneys at Law. Not.lr. iin o .c Grccne & Greene, Attorneys at Law. Notary in olce. John Nugier, District Attorney and Attorney at law. Notary in e. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary POW W. B. White, lawyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Law. Notary in 0oce. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary and Abstractor in SAM. Kitchell & Bailey, Attornec-s at Law. Near Court Hi.e If you are using our bhad, then you have just came to enjoy your meals. Peerless Bakery. - -I SFeray's Restaurant is the place to give your orders for.... b. FREDER K who conducts the M r ! Meat MarkdO Opposite Stauffer-Godcha u Always has fresh Bee r , Veal, Mutton and Sap· . Open from 4 a. m. to Free Delivery. P Biscuit Glace. Frozen Charlotte Russe...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

Abbeville Progress J.W . .rlutYA4 PHONE 248. Everybody Is boosting for the bill presented in Californla to banish pov erty. Every day is getting us nearer to, the reverberating sound. "Strike Tub!" At any rite, the n,.w nickels will not get you any more for the money than the old ones. Keeping their word Is a habit with politicians, but do they always keep their promise? English experts cannot find fault with American automobiles, except that they turn them out too fast. It all depends on the frame of mind on whether or not the picture of im agination is good, bad and indiffer ent. The western youth who posed as a girl for 19 years probably gave up in disgust when they handed him hobble skirts. Newspapers are' discussing the de sirability of abolishing duels In France. To protect the public at large. no doubt. A New York man secured a divorce because his wife insisted on dancing all the time. Evidently she hit too hot a pace for him. Half the babies are described as "calamities" by...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

Ith* I PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM WASHER Hose Arranged to Connect With SPigot of Jathtub and Sprays Strip- Handy at Home. I'or the conv enijnt handling of photographic films at hono, an lo' :llia anill has in vented a film wshber. Thi's c'nIhists of a rubber tube that conniclts with the. spigot of the bath b as a bhath spray do-es and has a sloht ;at;achlllment on the other end. Ti's attachlument consists of two flst lips that work on the' same piriuniple a a. paIper clip. They hold one end of the lilm and the. nose its then hung over a r.a Iraeke.t or towel rack or 50me0 similar olject so that it is sole di" 3 i Photo Film Washer. tance above the tub and the l3a els dangle its full length below. The water Is then turned on and Is sDpra ed gently over the film. wasulai it thoroughly and without the M1aer touching it anywhere. Any spigt in the house will do quite as well bit a bucket should be provided over which the film can be hung. LITTLE SLEEP FOR ELEPHANT Beast Never Lies Down In its Wh...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

ESSENTIAL POINTS IN HORSE BREEDING Brood Mare and Colt. A few words of ndvice to the fantemr h'" who llntends breeding his mlaren this lg eclnol lmaly not he amnIIs There in tcc ertainly roomll for Iolprove,,lelIt in the the way some eIul attend I te 4IH parIt r11 of the ir work S.uenlegly. they ldo ari not mix lii encough brain and eolII Il ll IEacl h hr dl ,'r lhould firmIly l pre's k p 141n 1hiis mind theI fact that h le t4 c do 41h, Ing lthe wrIonKg thingK whenlc he' breds will i ntiIl mare to r large' horse,. ays y thri writer In Farll I'Progre'ss. Tlrue, thoe t I large horse will brinrg the heetter prlpe, ma bu1t Ithe' horse ralsedl froml it lmare thatl I has been bred tO a large aire is not laer worth the perice,. Peven though it lhai wci the size. tuin We might say that quality and fin the, Ish are the two most essenetll points e 'l to be ctnsiderc'd In a horseu and thes ote can be' obtained only by proper mat- pre tg. Millmating ie what has illed the the country with no ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

:i. // 1ýI (IwM o Ako a unro for it. I. MuM~ Mo Ake·d a Hundeod for It." teeth strongly. It's an old saying that be goes farthest who shuts his teeth ,n Jone ise longest. He was going to tst the pre n cOr.mIalI cept by immediate practice. Irst~ln t He had stood before the list fully , the b ar three minutes. Now be turned about uarded bums. face, a singular elation tiUngling his nous hel IT blood. Once he set his mind upon a haviagsl thing, he went forward. He had lost many pleasurable things in life be ntinued.) eause be had doubted and faltered, astle, bet net because he had reached out to womea on ward them and had then drawn back to in (th I e was going to meet Fortune Ched [t w r soye; when or bow were but details. of W And as he discovered the Major him lde, sad * self idling before the booth of the East stopM fr e Indian merchant, be saw In fancy the eertala To portcullis rise and the drawbridge tall *e fqel to the castle of enchantment. He g thi strolled over leisurely and p...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

ADVICE NOI SICK WOMEN ,nd Have Been Helped Common Sense Upset Suggestions. suffering frm any form of RAIL .tre Itlv'ited to C ,rimmlnietlllel' n , ,promptlly with thee r wm n l'.t priv Chair I ,,rrte indi ell(- tc i - 1 h r p ,rtrmo .nt of thil i.y- sa on SliE: I'inl hum Mod . iri. ( o., Lynn, . i Mn'. IYour rhttir/ SWilt b ned. rendl w-, "),4I nsriw'rl hy a lie, ,eSHA14 'ee. ?eneal h111 .ed il i Y idence. A w lllln ciln freely ,. Ih1o4 r plrivnte illniu;s I" , ne w nillnl ; I~, ri •e .n eiitnilished a ci tiili tial ai s l leie-, which lin.e xr teterilel ,ver w r, naiu which li:i ne,'ver Ib ,n i ti Neveir hnve they ipublished' a 11 iI or uiee.l a lttter without the .. emi',nlt of the. writer.ntld neve.r til i lollI'lpny nll4wtIr the, ' ceO, i- I hi fters to ge't. oult of the.ir tWem- ,til i the huendlrlrels (of thouslnulis ll i their files will attient the veat volIime of exlperience , itli v' have' to draw from. it is Isnoret, ,le.'er iblel that they lssewaes the. very form , neev...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

Healthy Old Age Is What Dr. Hartlan Advocates See here Young man, heard you G plaining tlh other day of bº ing norvotl sleepless brain fagged, and the like. A yolsa man, hardly is the zenith 0 Your life. CO plaining of things! And this M very comina too. You ae not the oly ore. Probibb S. B. HARTMAN. M.D. three outoffoer of the yoUS men of today have just such syP toms as you describe. What does It mean? Look at me. I am eighty.two ySa oll. Sound as a nut. Tough as blo ory. Do not know what it is to be tired. While I cannot do as sueL physical work as I used to when a young man. I can do a great del Probably twice as much as the $VUN age young man of today. What has kcpt me so strong ad well? I will tell you. I do not se tohacco. I do not use alcoholic sthu ulants. I do not use tea cr oee habitually. I go to bed early. I et up early. I am always doing s thing; something that occupies ly body and mind. I love to work. I Too Late for Answer. IHenry W\atterson. the ull.ka0·w American j...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 22 March 1913

ABSEVILLE PKROGLESS t h'r,-, i .. );: 1 a . t:... . r Mtha,: 1. '. ()'j ,''1 . ... l .:- . . n th bin pubi -. . ,\v , r:. It , "..1 , - t , ..I ,:' ..," { :l "IN "IN(G AT tiY'I})E. 'hcrc a i .: ..arre, that exists betwee c ,ur ,lerchan:ts anti the bu i._ public. O()f sides to .; 'C::esti l (,f this -;ort, a1(l1 the merchants are cori ilainin: , that they are not re ceiving tie p:o(pr patronage fro,ni ln:oe peole, and which is a pirc truth. The hovers have :,bout---wei, lot; of rea rons why do, not patronize home people. They, too, have some good reasons. 'There are exceptions, but not enough. We are going to undertake the task of bringing about a mnre pleasant business here and put a stop to such a large amount of hard earned money going out of town, going to the mail order houses that advertise so strong in our city, and thus "skim the cream" from us. This may take some time, but we have strong hopes of accomplishing it. Our sole object is to better the conditions of the business ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

I , Fl ~~ *-o 14" I)~. O t~ot d hI, th c hhxitr csts (? A i:' v~i Z h 1hj.i1 1j·tV G _______ __ _ _ _ ___ --~ - - ) . '_" *.. o * * *t* . N,\t. .' o in oice. týtrl at I,., i. NS ary public. I Ii \\ re, \N.l t ,if u ,urt Houe. .il ,ICil l " .: l.A, N, rv in oflO . J. I. Ir i-.s:-t1, •\tt"Ot u,". :at ,:im N, . I - .,:: . lit.: rinoffice. t K iti'hlc l & Bail1ey, Near ,Courmt HoWs. (;,ordt & (;,irdy, Notary in olle. * ***ll*l·*~l*** ******** If volt ae ar i.ing our bread, Sthen yvo have ju't cause to enJ joy your meal-. Peerless Bakery. * Feray's SRestaurant i, tie. ila, c to give your ozlders for... Special "or , i Suppers rea Big Ben Should be in every. farmer's home. See him in our wind(-jg time you come to towtsrkl! him greet you "Goodl M He is wetll worth meetintg. Big Ben is a truth 1 and reliable alarmu $2.50 -.Y VermilIon Jew J. A. LeBlane, Biscuit Glace. . Frozen Charlotte Russe. Come i at Us show you 8 are our services. Only t served you, W iceless ices. Phone 35. P*...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

FLOODS SWEEP FOUR STATES; THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE PERISH STREETS OF DAYTON, OHIO, ARE ,,nit SEETHING RIVER, AND FLOOD I WATERS REACH THIRD STORIES OF BUILDINGS-THRILLING AT- t TEMPTS AT RESCUE. r OVER 10,000 PEOPLE HOMELESS ::' Hundreds of School Children Met Watery Grave-The Death List in : Other Cities Large and Millions of 'I Dollars in Property Damage Done. t Floods came Without Warning to ,.I Some. Cleveland. Ohio..-Fully eight thou- tI sand people were drowned in the death-dealing floods which swept I;nt through Ohio Tuesday. bursting reser- ruii voirs and swelling rivers into rushing I,(l lakes. According to the latest reports ºtr Tuesday night, over 500 are drowned str In Dayton. over 1.000 in Hamilton, lihe over 600 in Piqua, over 100 in Dela- in ware and hundreds in other cities an, throughout the State. The four days tili of steady rain filled every reservoir tli ih the State to overflowing. A big c(;l power plant reservoir just north of It Dayton broke and poured its thou-i...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

SLS rak n uref ava! Officers ·If fr., ° . - r ,,,, - - T is a far cry from the tall. d!gnitied and 00 di,,rly looking onticerwbo a;ll ks the quarterdeck of the superintendcpt's house at the United States Naval academy, and whose word is law to the 750-odd youth wholm Uncle Sam is training to command his forces afloat, to the tall but sad faced youngster who for 13 blessed Saturdby afternoons paraded the academy grounds, carrying the black flag, bha in '7t, but the fact that they are  and the same only goes to prove that there is a generous amount of hamas nature in the man who now presides over the destinies of the 750-odd em bryo admirals. Furthermore, it on stitutes strong contributiv . evidence that human nature, and especially buy nature, has not changed much from 187 to 1912. Iut the melancholy tale of "the death of liberty" and the black flag which mai'ked it must give place to more serious matters for the prer ent. It was in May. 1911, that Secretary M1eyer detailed (apt. Jo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

Abbeville Progress .1. W.4 tltYAN PHONE 2418. At this time of the year every base ball team is a pennant winner. Ho'. annoying it is when the me cury practices the scale on the ther momneter! In Mongolia. women merioke and ride astride. but lea.e the husbarnd' trous er pockrts unrinulei'ted. Ja an'u reww . n',ter of finance is liaror KorIk .,, Takah':sthi, a very -lppropria , nirn,, indu ed. It has bteen at leI-et a year since the goverr:nllt has adve'rtie'd for ian xyylu ,otl st Still n(, respoiOe. A Milwauke,"n has fait..,t at four attempts at suiclde. 11e may be en dowed with as mar:y lives as a cat. China now has a full fledged agri cultural department where chop suey ingredints are given ollicial atten tion. It is not lawful to heat an umpire in Illinois. but baseball fans will give this rto thought until the occasion arises. Over $173,1,60.000 worth of property changed hands in Chicago last year. not counting the cash gathered on the highways. In the name of humanity, why n...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

" ý: i::i::"::'ýý .,y'.::ý :am: v.".':ti;V+.:: : :. ,. ý::>)''j':ý`ý/ý:Yiýý!r?*vtis1:.,rKNVr :. ý +'..;y . ' .ý, =hs ý- i. ý: 1:ý. ""'ý iii''ý *: s SYNOPSI0L CV 'i, r;" 1",., Iva) AI ..rnrn .Ihne. VIt , Itun : ., Il:ry of N.'w Y,,rk. Ii irntiSg for Irnu " iv in 'i r', it n a hol .ren trip. Ho: ", Ity' nnn, arrlv' . aI t tl.,, hotel _I talr<,o . tih a retrflli v iICiar ,d bundle Ity.,nn, u n I J. ,,ne !h.. t:,I ,ut hol Thi Orld, rutt whlhh hrie arlits li:; ing sgtolen fr,,, ai pau..in at Riaga,It. J,,nt pC t Ma."jr cll;tlta n and lat,'r Is Irntroduced to }"~,rtu.r" <''.',*.y. ,hy a w ,alnl to wboI be lh." lianu,. lt ;' tuuieln s at M lnt Carlo sMme rn nt.i lrevl  inr lv, ariOl whO t out to t&i Fortune's mtlher. CHAPTER V,-(Continued.) l"Vell?" said Mrs. ('hedsoye, a 4QO zical smile slanting her lips. "You wiLh my opinion?" coauuts the daughter. "He is shy, but e is neither Mtupid nor silly: and be he smiles he is really good-looklng." "My child." replied the wOmsa. dra...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

CONSTIPATION Munvn's l'nw-PIaw |'illis :r" i.olake all. th er i.a.tlVve r cathar 4'"s. 'I h'y coat the S Ilvtr into artnvwty by S untile methixls. they 4d., not s(our, they do not gripe; th-y do not ,e.iken; but they do " " ,st.art all the secretiorn of the liver s Iad stlmi 1,i an m way that s'on i 1,lh |these or04ng.lS sit 1 A .llthy condfton an ! Corrrr 3.4 ' , , 1', ,1 ?n v , 1'.l' IW "'i " }'I .1 , . " . t. ' . , , I i th- .:,'m. ., h. !aver m1ul th v I .' Il i ,t iml .4i'rr ish"'" ".' '11 1h to v"1 ail lthe . .- , i 1 t h it p, ut iitu "4 '. . . I... I . *. 4*.4' 4. . '. . I . 44.' .41xt. .f Cancer Sufferers ""...... '"......" ", "." " "r. 1A,.. 4 4a4 4r44h4 4 4s l, 4 ,1le) . si4k4 .T uli I '! And Yet the Dance Halls Thrive. Yoiung M11n1 appIroa''hing a girl) "E "r-r imay I Ihaive this oine, Oh. yOll'rt' too) kindt Yo(ii donIt minid if I bun., l1o .Vul4' d Io ) yokii o uknewi., I'mI just dippy ov.'.r t1his hI'ri' dip. Tl'c' h,'". Joke. Floor'sn s$wll tonight,. ain't ift (...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

Healthy Baby is Precious Blessing To Make It Healthy and Keep it Healthy Use a Re liable Baby Laxative In spito of the greatest persaold car' and tit" most intelligent attention to di t. lrbhis anid children \ill be coIrn cOriun iipatld, and it is a fact that ,,t:i'Patw.n and indigestion have r,'t k, 1i n,::.. a yo, lg li' t. To rt pith : s'.,d iis" -tivi' apparatus is to start I',". '. i:houtt, h:Lndicap. ;:; as v. can;llnot all h.tve perfect werl:re- biwls ', ni:t do tl.t neCt t,· t " rl ;.,d cc:nrcE'themn or trail tt ', i. : ;i" ie h' :1lthy. This can be d, " 1 ! hfh u.:-' ,ef a l;x' ti..--tolnic vry thichL! r'.cmrnrrc ndod I, ;a gltat n.nv :nr;th',,rs. Tih, rniidyv i- called Ur ':b,ll' cIl's Sv.up P'cpiin and has b"'n1 on the" I, rl;ktt for IV. r(-nera ti, ns. It can be aought coni~,,;ilently aiit ly drug Store for fifty cents o" ore d(i!iar a bottlr, and those who are a!r' ady co'r.vinc d of its n:mrits boY tler dollar size. Its n:ildn'ss makes it the ideal medl' icine for...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 29 March 1913

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