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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 September 1913

NMES CHILDREN N\fr GEWINL I ONEN E Aw 11 TI PMik, I D -4 Ao -am-mmuj , co. 0 0~Cc!,'vL '&T *1RKLL W SYNOPSIS. B111 Cannon. the bonansa king, and his daughter. Rose, who had passed up Mrs. Cornelius Ryan's hall at Ban Francisco to accompany her father, arrive at Antelope. Domilnck Ryan calls on his mother to beg a ball Invitation for his wife, and is refused. The determined old lady refuses to recognise her daughter-in-law. Dom inick had been trapped into a marriage with Bernice Iverson, a stenographer. several years his senior. She squanders his money, they have frequent quarrels. and he selps away. Cannon and his daughter are snowed in at Antelope. Domlnick Ryan is rescued from storm in uncon scious condition and brought to Antelope hotel. Antelope is cut off by storm. Rose Cannon nurses Dominick back to life. Two weeks later Bernice discovers in a paper where husband is and writes letter trying to smooth over difmcultlies between them. Domnicek at last is able to join fellow s...

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

AN IMMENSE NEW INDUSTRIAL PLANT FOR CHICAGO ' J ý.{ý ý" 'ý w. `. ., ýM'·qý ý -PM ý-. r se > Ir .''* When completed, the new plant of the Calumet Baking Powder Company, now under course of construction, at South 41st avenue and Fillmore street, will prove a fitting monument to the ability, honesty and progres siveness which have rendered possi ble the tremendous growth of one of Chicago's most prominent industrial Institutions. This immense plant, the estimated cost of which is $250.000, is a strictly modern five-story and basement, fire proof, re-enforced concrete building. size, 260x100 feet. One of the novel and interesting features of this, the largest and most efficiently equipped Baking Powder plant in existence, will be a cantilever shipping platform Our Pastimes. Prom these diamonds and tennis courts and gold links and lacrosse lelds and other playing grounds we are getting a new generation of young men and women, who have breath, muscle and endurance, and who will givo a ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 September 1913

Constipation Needn't Worry old People Hot Springs, Arkansas, Furnishes Hot Springs Liver Buttons, a Remedy that has Proved a Boon to all who are Bothered with Sluggish Liver and Inactive Bowels. (reat discoverles are expected from the world's greatest sanitarium, which always has attracted the fore mnost medical minds of the country. But In offering through the retail druggists of the country the newest formula for constipation, Ilot Springs, Arkansas, has outdone all previous efforts. IDon't take chances any longer with caliornel or harsh, violent cathartics of any kind. If your liver bothers you or you have constiplation the he'st remedy you can take is HOT Sl'PlINt;S LIVI'ER III'TTONS Take one to-night; you'll know to-morrow that at last you've found a perfect, blissful laxative. Take one ,,very nicLlit If you want to drive' away that 1,lutee f,''eling, banish pimples and 'sallow skin and be free' from had Ir,.ath. coatd 'ii tonrgue and heardache'. '25 cents ,everywhere. For sanm...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 September 1913

AIBBEVIt.LE PR1'i ;;.S3 t. 'i . t t. ".,  . 1 ., i I.;X II 1 )lls Thr i, . ,t \ in'h t cf t it . • I I ,4 ':,t i l <, 1. 't takel r it for :ri', k ,' ti t it. Xvii Rads is s vll reTi to ;le. ,,.,Ad-readers buy the t hings the . :hive\ It,1 hve at ritht things th7'd ;,IK TO Clet alquai'tedl wit"h Ilcr ideas, Inew viepoints, , new, cllisu i !s a of lie lot afraid f thee thnw. iThat's why so mn lt.v P\c. pll become stagniit and rit. The Lake Chlarlc:; Chi:unbcr pf Conuecre, weC sippose, niiltei witllyl ovtcrlt:'t :kd advertisin as "clhi)kcis t in their andvertis;e ,lllent whsic appeared i\ the N. d. Item Sund eay. We s k teow for a fa;ct thct Lake Chlrles pkup:l: arc lover:; of chic: ikens, 1.th, ias fanc:y breeid rhisers a'nd of tlhe jishes prl p recd 1 ith th ,em. There is coisideable talk about d-good roeaders just at this time, and there is no drubt iowi but whicht souic steps will very shortly 'de mde in that direztioni. We h12v2 fiaz r.als here, and there is no question abou...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 29. P!hot 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, Sept. 13, 1913. $1 a Year. - . J -. . . -. -_I - . _ ' - , a PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. M. BOUDREAUX Physician and 8urgeon Oice near Court House Phones-Oice 275; Residence 276. John Nugier, Ditrict Attorney and Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phome 34 Offce over Sank of Abbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B. White, Lawyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Law. Netary in office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Ner Court Hose. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney a Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. Notary In office. New Subs FIn. m-- F. HlaMnder & Co. vs. Jshn A. Gadinr, et al., notes; Shelby b-v,« *ma y. Ir-.jehbs Xuger district attorney, % R ae Zerag. iaterdictio....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

AbbevIlc Progress! J. W. (o)'lttYAN PHONE 248. The newest dance is called the grape Juice wallow. The joy ride continues to adi. to the I summer'a tragedies. A man may be self-made, but it takes a witr to finish him. Except for the words and the music ragtime songs are all right Piture post cards from vacationers further infuriate the stay-.at-homes. You don't have to go to a cabaret show In a cab, but many people do. Getting killed in an automobile as eident is a poor kind of Sunday di verEs 1o. Prance claims the cocktail as a French invention. France is entirely welcome. New Yorkers are to pension two old street car horses. Why not pension them all? For our part. we'd be glad if all the waiters agreed never to accept a tip under $900. Aviation is suffering just now from machines that show no improvement in flying qualities. A German professor says that New York seems almost tranquil after a brief stay in Chicago. Rabbits are said to be fond of tur -, sips, but the rabbit never did...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

1- The Colonel's Last Campaign By BRAND WHITLOCK AUTHOR OF "TIE TUlRTEE1T DISTRICT." "ER UrWIE VARTT." "TEE rBA! AVERAGE." "'TE TURN OF TIE BALARCE," ETC.. ETC. OuprLgbI by The Bobb.-Marrll Wampanr LL day long Colonel Tal bott sat in his leathe," chair in the lobby of the Grand, twiddling his cane, smoking his cigar, and talking politics. Un der the broad brim of his black slouch hat his hair fell in silver wisps almost to his shoulders, and the long mustache, drooping like a Georgian's at the cor ners of his mouth, was as white as his hair, save at the spot where his cigar had tinged it yellow. There was not a politician of either party between Dunleith and Cairo who was not proud to bend over the old fellow's chair, take his thin hand and say: "Hello, Colonel, what's new in politics " The colonel had an in variable reply: "I'm out of politics, and don't know anything. What do you hear?" Sometimes, if the passing politician happened to be of the old day, the colonel would take him...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

NEWS OFALLU LOUISIANA Crowley Ricoe Crop Will Be Short. Crowley.-Rice harvesting is pro gressing rapidly all over the parish. There has been no rain in this section for more than ten days and conditions are ideal for harvesting and thrashing. A few pumping plants and deep wells are operating to supply water for the late Japan rice, but there is only a comparatively small part of the crop being irrigated. The crop will fall considerably short of the prediction first given out, as both the yield and acreage are snort of expectations. New Orleans Rice Market. New Orleans.-Monday: Rough Hon duras, demand good; rough Japan, nominal; clean Honduras active; .Jp an steady. Quote: Rough Honduras, $2.50@ 3:30; clean Honduras, 4%@5%c; clean Japan, 2%@3/c. Receipts: Rough, 7,458 bags; mill ers', 470 bags; clean, 2,324 pockets. Sales: 142 sack rough Honduras at $2.90@3.30; 615 sacks rough Japan at $2.95@3.00; 752 pockets clean Hon duras at 17/@5%c; 300 pockets clean 'apan at 2%@3%c. Prevent a Ca...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

What Is Con version? SREV. . W. POPE TEXT--"Except ye be converted and become as little children, ye shall not enter Into the kingdom of heaven." Let us consider first some things which are not conversion, but which are often mistaken for it. To improve one's life is not conversion. It is a common opinion that if one will drop all bad hab its and cultivate good ones, read the Bible and go to church, he can make himself a Christian in a short time. This is a mistake. The Christian life is not simply an im provement of the old life, but a dif ferent kind of a life altogether, name ly, a life of obedience to Christ. Suap pose you had a sour apple tree which you wished to convert into a sweet apple tree. What would you do? Would you dig about it and prune it and scrape the bark? No, indeed. A hundred years of such improvement would not make the tree bear sweet apples, but the introduction of a graft from a sweet apple tree would do it very quickly. Even so a lifetime spent In improving ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

BLIND SPELLS FOR A LONG TIME )rs. Largea Tells of Her Expericce and How She Fimaly Came out All Right, Elkwood, Ala.-Mrs. Mattie Largen, of this town, writes the following letter for publication: "My health was very bad for a long time, on account of womanly trouble. I suf fered a great deal, at different times, with headache, and pains in the bot tom of my stomach, and had blind -spells. All of this made me so weak, 1 could hardly sit up. I tried treat ment after treatment, but they did me no good. Just as soon as I commenced tak Ing Cardul, tho woman's tonic, my health got bIetter, and now I can do all my bho'.ework. I will never be without Cardul in the house, and will recommend it to every lady that I can, for it has done me so much good, and I know it will do the same for others, if they will give it a trial." The reason Cardui has attained such wonderful success in the treat ment of diseases peculiar to women, is that it acts specifically on the womanly organs. It contains pur...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

lBut most imen prft'er a dimplec =heok to a 'la. s ( :l hi~h- brow. W.rln. expe~ .. 1 lrm,,iptly from the hltmar pyt.n '" thS lr. l'r.rr,' Veruifuge "LD~e Shot." Ad'. If you ar'' looking for a light job apply at thel gas works Most of mian's illusions come out with his ha;r. Perhaps ignorance and bliss are a better pair to draw to than folly and wisdom. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism and all kinds of aches and pains-Neuralgia, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cute, Old Sores, Burns, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne. Price 25c.-Adv. Her Capacity. "A waitress is born to the work." "Hlow so?" "Isn't she maid to order?" Thh Reason. "Why are some people so afraid of the opinion posterity?' 'Itecause lterity bhelongs to the class of people always after us." Why He Loved Her. She-is it because you think I'm so pretty that you want to marry mne? lie-No, it's because your parents have a gramophone. VITALITAS. Nature's greatest curative force Sweeps away derangements of stom ach, liver, kidneys...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 September 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS ' " --- I Br Published every Saturday in the ÷***_ city of Abbeville, La. Entered as second class matter March irs. I ), 1913, at the Inst office at Abbeville, at r.ti JLa., qnder act of March 3, 1879. t SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Miss .............. . 1..ooed atd One year ........................ of 1. rat} On.year . ·) of ,ratt fix uonths ...................... Three months .. .................... i fingle ('opy ................. ... All sulscriptions are payable strictly at din en*h in adlvance. G(ilon, -..... and Des J. W. O'Bryan.......... Proprietor. In ar j]hones: Office 248, Residence 132. an ad fi -Co., in Advertisinlg Rates Upon Application. some 1 Saturday, Sept. 13, 1913. The this sei Rairoad Time Table. I days EAST 'UND. crops mNo. 508 motor car, leaves 7:15 a. m. to. 506 passenger. leaves 9:37 a. Mr $o. 528 mixed, leaves 4:40 p. min. return WEST BOUN). will oB $o. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. in. theba $o. 505 passenger, leaves 2:05 p. m. Jone Jo. 509 motor 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. — 20 September 1913

VOL. 1. Ikevoivd to th:! Interest-, ol Abbhevill zu;al S'u rounJi nw Community. Phone 248. lWl'f*' iiU . '1-IUIL!I Pi'.i- l. I;. S ;tnfd.' S3. C l i PROl)FESSlONAAI. CARIDS L. M. B)'I)RI AUX i'hsician .and S r}e;om oIillet -atr Court I lttous P'honu , () W,' 27. ; Rsiltd n'c. 27tt John Nugier, District .Attorneyv a:l .ttornev at ,La; Notary in (tifer Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phone 34 Office o.-tr Rank of Alber-ille. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. NotRrce Public W. B. White, Lawer. North of Court llo;se. R. J. Labauve, .Attorney at Law. Nota:ry in office. J. 0. Broussard, Attorney at Ilaw. Notary and Abstractor in ofic~e. Kitphell & Bailey, Attorneyl, at Iaw. Near Court IHouse Walter B. Gordy. A.ornier at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. Notary in orffice. Surprise Miss Corrodi. "tes lay nigiht some of 1iss Wit:nlit Corrod,'. friends gave her quite a snrpr`se. Durin:r the evenin V* earner, lancing and refreshlmenta re enjer'I by :;il. Tho' 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. — 20 September 1913

NOTED PARDOUS OF BRITTANI Britcrs Make Pilgrir~ges From Fai and Near to Ask Aid of Bizarre Statues. I. . " -- T! ;,.r tu - dir w iic` i-.1' ': V Ih i a:;nilc have c-lritere' lv.,;,? "h ' r .. ,,];'F",r Ir itdrir-ils o! . " .;d.. . ( oW Iv.' : ' 3:. t'ir nl far tih ;r, )n , " a ll th e ob ' rihn a ,< ]i, i r'ldi,, ! ~ ith. has cl:rni to hi c s ir. , i to r~ i superstitItio1ns h( ha- hb .n cr: Il'-il In. "1 h . . , the Io-vulnr' saint and . , .. to a censidirah!e ex ten:, t,, h. ' to a nd in th ,e hizarr _ Perfect Type of Breton. statues erected to saints, who were supposed to cure all evils. For in stance, St. Mamert, who is represent. ed as holding his entrails in his hands, relieved lee maux de vente (colic.) St. Livertin, holding his head, charms away mal de tete. Young married women give their bridal wreaths and veils to St. Marga ret and pray to her for a safe deliv ery. St. Anne is the guardian of the mariners as well as the favorite saint for all vows. In fact, there seems ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 September 1913

.- -----___ The Jilting of Mr. Driscoll By HERBERT QUICK Awthor of "Alladia & Co." "Virgiaia of the Air Lases," Etc. Copyright by the Bobb-J Merrill Coum pony RINCIPIES has their lo. cal habitats the same as live things; an' nothin' is worse fr 'em than to turn 'em loose where I they don't know the wa ter-holes an' wind-breaks. Principles that'll lay on fat an' top the market in Iloston, 'll queer the hull game in a country a'here playin' it is tangled up with In Jun., gold mines, 'r range-stuff. In the short-grass country, dogy principles are sure a source of loss, until they get hardened up so's to git out and rustle with the push. Now, this Humane-So clety-Injun-Relief-Corps form of doin' good--harmless, you'd say, as we set here by the grub-wagon; but I swear to Godfrey's Gulch, the worst throw down I ever got in a social way grow ed out of a combination of them two highly proper idees with a Oberlin College gal I met up to Chamberlain. This was the way of it: The "0. M." ...

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 September 1913

I ilu 1i News* , "to all corners 1a of the great State l if Crowley's Water Supply. ro\wt1,Y' I'r'ep:;r:it ol are j etn aind n . : l , l ' t ," .1etid rl.h ttl( 'I ' t w'- ,, r t- 'l' - an inr, oa " ilt:: f; ilitli ' ,or |tr' aa lt 1'l,-\, ra tionl . ll'h, dii 1l . of ;ii'll thller 2 ;t< el, l .\\ l hI ; llas been l , r '-,d and (i:, In l: h4cn',-r \':hit,. has i , I IrulI fourti to .u:,truit Ila . fr : iti, t llt' slitr- that S ; il e 'IIV g I ink i '" l ( '11 110 11' hat . . This re--er'l mrir n i., i n to in 11~ rnli ac' t a ;" l~' ,r i .:r for l . :n .,\, Ihis water 11" i , ibio i t. to the ui 'r Th'le t"trata I rout which n.i the tultiply of l iat'r is drawnl furnish," Itr.l ln excelli' lt qua l lt of water andit at with the ipropOsld intilrlro4tnntt of lith ' , settling tank or rin-r'oir, ('rowley mot will have, : \at.ll su.ir ply :ietlld to r ,' 0one1 in thlie state. rein Gun Discharged: Man Killed. sect (iGreensburg. - Iem Yarbrough and who 1his uII'ncle, Sat Yarillbroug...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 September 1913

IMan'sThoughts i Vs. God'sThoughts ' B.r REV. J. H RALSTON Seasbgvo Cm u ms. Demm e 4' M..dy Dbh limg,, CQi e.. TE1XT- Is. 56:7-"Let the unrighteous man forsake his thoughts." This appeal seems strange, for Christianity in sists on its ration S sality, and ration ality implies' thinking. GodH says, "Come, let us reason togeth er, though your sins be as scarlet they shall be as white as snow, though they be red like crimson they shall be as wool." Jesus asked the question, w h a t think ye of Christ? There must be some reconciliation between this claim of reason and the text. In the first place we must have in mind the person receiving the appeal -he is unrighteous. He may be con trasted with the. wicked man referred to in the same verse, but the matter of his unrighteousness, or unregen erateness is the thing now to be held _ In mind. Then we must consider the sphere of thought. The man is not asked to forsake all his thinking, for in some things his thoughts are cor rect, indeed, m...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 September 1913

Alas for Art! "Daubbs tells In h., is n~ dded to bis art." "'G,,. .d 1.,a',,rs' A ;olh~r ir m .salli An Exception. "Ton' '4ka always lroduc'1 like?" T"'.-hI i s ,,r bialth pr-lured by rich f, ,1' " Your "Best Play" is made when your physi cal condition is normal. Sickly pc rsons are always badly handicapped be cause they lack the stam ina and strength necessary to win. Try a bottle of * HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It restores the appetite,aids digestion and in every way helps you back to health and strength. Get a bottle today. Avoid substitutes. I _im WHENEVER YOU NEED A GENERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVE'S The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. For Grown People and Children. Too know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well knows tonic properti...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 September 1913

WASN'T WORTH THE LIVING Was Mrs. Bowling's Concept;on of Life at One Time--Thinks Differently Now. Loveland, Ky.-"When I first wrote you. I was feeling so miserable, that life wasn't worth living." So writes, in a recent letter, Mrs. Anna Bowling, of this place. ,"I was in bad shape, my left side hurt uo, at times, I could hardly bear it, andt I could not lie on that side at nig.,t, at all. I also had another serious symptom of womanly trouble. I finally decided to give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a trial, so I purchased a bottle, and by the time I had taken it, I felt better in every way, so I got another bottle, and it straightened me out entirely. I feel as well now as I ever did in mny life, and I can be safe in sa3 ing that ('ardut is the best medicine on earth for women. I had little faith in it before I commenced taking it, but now I would not exchange it for all the other medicines." Are you one of those poor women sufferers, who feel that lifts is hardly worth the living? Hl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 September 1913

ABBEVILLE --tb;OGRESS P " Railroad Time Table. N .W 11111 c d1; m ost 1 -S t 1.. i. . 1 it . :" ' " ' t town Times dowl u i atTae. Scritical Vmoment.' The man who keeps the weeds down in front of his ,roperty is s ure enough," town booster. So is the lean who has a clean back yard. Lots of people pretend pro gressiveness, but their actions five this towe deil. a piter all, actions are what count. By your works you are known. The farmer need not take off his hat to any man. He is as good as anybody and if hea will only believe it himself no,, a critill thin of disputingt. it. There are now as fthe signs of the need of droinae asf hi there ever was, and sur we enlight itown the roads. If the proper drainage was givthe den, the water By yfteour worains yoit iare kow it in the farmer need low places, off his hat to any man. He is Wes good as anybody ar mebod if e sayill onlyf a particular store tht eit is "an interesting store." And that isere are now as fine thing for any sthere to hav...

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