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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

L `r `C Phone 248. 1 :: : ''i ,. `,. .; i '... . º r 4 ( " \i:. t &i;; s r:'.i;\.j ' . s. . 1. . . .. ' .. Attorney at ILaw. iNotaryv .'ulic. u 1. W. B. White, Norlh of ,ourt HouS. t R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Law. Notary Puin office. J. B. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary and AbstrNctor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, a Attorneys at Larw. Near Court House Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Iaw. a Notary in office. Greene & Grcenu, t Attorneys at Law. N Notary in office. Petit Jury List. Thoset selectedl to se-rv as Petit Jurors b giitnin. Monay, i) t. 13, a;rce .1: follows: S. Rex l,4elavc, 3rd ward; F. W. Summers 3, P. II. IBailey 3, J. Camii'e I Broussard 4, Reat Blrouss;ard 6,Ealla.ar, a Dore 2. Ignace Frelerick 3, :azardl Broussar 4, E. M. Stelhbins .', Alexis Langlan.di:; 6, Jules Weill 3, R. P. Nelson 3, R. J. I-Hollier 3, C. F. Grim mer 3. Lucien Broussard 6, WN. D. Holmes 7, Fernest Yeaux 4, O. H. Deshotels 6, Clement Fletcher 3, Paul lIaurents 8, John G(oochl 7, Wi...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

U. . iW2S VWONDERFUL LANU brut To ther hcrs w Ii ha v ir-i S11 * Full Dress Costume of the Children to of Mr. Rose's Home Land. of tiuhs oluntry. :nd Is at the h l- cull eigh siha fanl Are s ru-:tus have told me that tile they , io, d lindia more than iany iea ether ctountry." hI' continued. 'I can- of sot understa:al it, for I look upon this Xia country as thie mnost riemarkabl-` na- dot tion on earth. If I were to select a de place to live. I should pick Washing- Re' ton ac the most delightful tityv. It is nii far more beautiful, cleaner, and more de, Interesting than any city I have vis- est lted in this country; and as for Eu- Ne rope, there Is no city that can com-i pare with it. Itombay and Calcutta. wo the two principal cities of India, are set exceedingly interesting and curious, I scI have no doubt. I was born in liom- to bay. Sly father was a Hlindu and my ga mother an American of Scotch-Irish Pl parentage. When I was a boy I went erl among the sick and I found that I or...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

The Stalking of Pauguk By HERBERT QUICK Author of "Alladin & Co." VirLinia of the Air Lanes," Etc. (~~: r i of tIl ' , olar .'-( nli t'l - (:a a, h.w !::r ,thinks t h afti r ric h ill th" hic-l'abullado¢4t t ,'l ,'iii ,o k dtoes Villiamson. Rolicitilg i.g.tll for the Mid -( o'ntinent lifr • d "! so emnphatically so--does . Md guid., has had so f l tars in h moving mind as he has lain roll- IT ed in his blankets while the snow sift- his ed through the moanting e nes, thLi he o has not made up his mind. As for Pos ter Van Dorn and Gwendolyn, their opinions-but the story itself is not wa long. Williamson says that when he left zih; Van Dorn's office with his application, we he was as near walking on air as in- Co surance men ever are. People had he been so slow in writing their auto graphs on the dotted line-and here sa was a six-figure application, with a " check. These accompanied by the wide-eyed Williamson, exploded into in the mid-December calm of the agency headquarters like...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

 1 Ct\our; Louisiana rIti From all corners y of the great Stlate so -~ ~ ~ 1 ------- To Explore for 011. L ,:: { e ( h a!, '- . I l 'hl « I at t l e R i v e r O i l I ; ,f ('C illpanyl h:," 1l ,.@,e uriaiiztel d by 1) , uith . p,,'ol.'i to ,+xllore for oi! itn lrit th(" r'ecoln l,,rth of Hlouston ti~ er.i :, ii r the ( is it" So lthrinl rail- 11r r' '.,atv to wa-i's s-nlk In the i litric't a Ilut;ll vi i i it to itt lroeit ! lto t salt w:'t t all ` 't - l t ltt fct' t .\nit polT e salt w:'14"' ait al ,l«'tith el ( ,1 1"11 fret 1 1:.\I 1 et fort all b e t l.- io cate out the iel watiler and , outiiinue til we l down fur- tgrl ther. ill Ih - -~- - non Echo of Killing In January. Ilact Lake (Charl-- --011 Jan. t; last. Jo- wor seoh MIetcalf, firetmant for the IProdl'' and ern. Oil C'ompany at the ViiItont oil lieve field, was killed at the plant where tal v he was on night duty alone. Monday froni an oil worker was arrested in c(onneic- the tion with the killing, at Oil City, by force...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

I/ $" MENS H9JDREE -;,,\ bt G .ýt LDINE DDMJLA 1. c,ýyr bt WGJJ .TIWW~s-MumL 0 ~crc~MhMwvc~M~vw* ~C~MV~rCWWWWMI SYNOPSIS. lot Bill Cannon, the bonanza king, and his I lt daughter. It-a.,. wh,, hatl passeld up Mrs. Cornellus Ryatn' hall at lSan Flranels'co to ar accompany her father, arrive at Antelope ti Intninl'k Itan allse on his mother to hey' n hull Invitation for his wlfe., art. is rr I refused. The deterlnin.,l n l. laliv reft"r'v wi  to ret gnlze. her ,lut't te.r-ln law. I)i fn Intek h il bieen trapped into a tn rr.; 11n with ll.rnlm ,. Iverri. a stunotiu p .r hI a several yearn his sitt'tr Fh.. M Luineli i. IC t flrl inot '- y, th*y have frettu-'ntl qu rr, is, at 1( :he ,s awl y. ('hannon a t his sinus: irh.' (cr art tire t . edI in at Ainttilop . ia ,- Ii t- ,'k I 1 lvyan Is r'eseued fronn steOirn In un n I'tl i .: s condition and brouglit to, Antiel', p- 0 holtel. Antelope 1s tlrtt off by storm It 'H. a "nnnon Itnurs" Irnniinlek hatck to life Two weeks later hI,,rntae ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

'3SCENESi t~hBO RI~F  ....... Sthe P -t" o GOVERNO'5 PALACE. A i .'F I('iANS ar, un*lly r .pen sil." aid Edgar K. Frank, the' globe trotter, the other day. "f',r the high cost o0 living encountered by tour ists. Especially did we find this the case In Japan. When Gerrrans and English composed the travelers every thing was cheap, and even yet, where tourists are from any other country, no attempt Is made by landlords, shop keepers, and the rest, to gouge in the matter of prices Ilut wherever goods are sold, Amerloans are asked more than anybody 'Ise, and they usually pay it. The hotel man, as soon as he discovers you are an American, will ask you $10 a day for a room that is not worth more than $5, and if you ar gue the matter to a finish you will get the room for $5. Everything else the same way. Baked Beans Surprise Britons. "At Penang we became acquainted with the durian, a fruit. It is remark able, because the more you eat of it the more you want. At a delicatessen here we bo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

WOMAN FEELS 10 YEARS YOUNGER Since Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Re. stored Her Health. T.ouisville, Ky.-" I take greatpless ure in writing to inform you of what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound has done for me. I was weak, nervous, and cared for nothing but sleep. Now I can go ahead with my work daily and feel ten years younger than before I started taking your medi cine. I will advise any woman to consult with you before going to a doctor. "-Mrs. INIZE WIL LiS, 2229 Bank St., Louisville, Ky. Another Sufferer Relleved. Romayor, Texas.-" I sufftred terri bly with a displacement and bladder trouble. I was in misery all the time and could not walk any distance. I thought I never could be cured, but my mother advised me to try Lydia E. 'in.i ham's Vegetable Compound and I did. " I am cured of the displacement and the bladder trouble is relieved. I think the Compound is the finest medicine on earth for suffering women." - Mrs. VloLA JASPER, Romayor, Texas. If you want spec...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 September 1913

ABBFVli..LL PR",: ..RE ii -- . ], - 1 1 -" Co-operation isT the ~ cr thro h ts hi hhi , all thins . 14: rc;iome Tossiblc. The .cwn th: t wins i:; town that fijhts ever (lay in the ear ftr bett;cr conditions. The hoime huvirs are .all ad Treadeiw---c ' ii.',t sYI: tict only the ad readers arc .u)\i;i homes! Worth-having tenants are looking for worth-while houses and apartments---acd they read the ads! It is said"Thc road to ruin. is the road with bad ruts." If this is true where is . er milion toing? Sonie people won't e:'en lend their moral support with out charging interest on it-- they are not city hb;ildcrs. A housewife becomies Ed ucatcd and Efficient in buying after she has acquired the habit of nma!ing ad-reading an invariable part of her shopping task. Competition between the stores in value-giving grows keener all the time---and makes the store ads of increas ing purse-inter'est to vou all the time. Mark Twain, asked as to how much it cost to live in New York, replied th...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 4 October 1913

ABBE LLE PROGRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abheville and Surrounding Community. :O 32. Phone 248 i ', .. . October, 4, 1013. * A *** .*.*. *..***. ** * .... L. M. ' )4'l)i"";.\i'X Jh,11 ~I i,.r, N tar: in ti-e. \tt1 . ' G ,I. v i\ Phone 34 Uter);,.. 1' F. J. Sams.',, A\ttor, it - ' ,V. B. White, Lawyer. N.')rth of Court Tlou< . R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Lavw. Nntary in ofie. tI J0. O Broussar4d. Notary anti Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court 11ous. t Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at L.:w. Notary in office. u G- Grecc & Greene. a Attorneys at Law. Notary in office. r 0 Petit Jury List. Those selecte!l to setrv as 'ttit Jurer |gnnintl N1011.ond1%y, Oct . .. follows: S. Rex Ir P.,lT, . 3ri v ar 1: F. \\. Sutnmmers 3. Ii. .'ii t. v il . ;, Ca:ni't Hrou.l s rd 4, .n , Br ,-i :. ,r t ,., a ia fore 2. Tls ach, Frtc. 6r r I , . I :l: iar: Brou, ar 1 4, IE. !i. l'.',i : .s; L . "I: Moanlan iil l . jihs ' ,.;, , RI iU' Nelsou 3, 1R J...

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

THE STORY OF NOTRE DAME Somre Account of the History and Vicissitudes of Th.s Great Church. l.nm !,!,n- .m. aRc , n.I;' of !thi his tory a: d tii '. id.- f N tr t Dlame apl ,ar. .; 'h, Strarnd I. Th- t;rst ca th:.lral as rea ct ced the vycar 52i by Chi d,.bt rt and nit rara: is drn;ollished, th,- atone site b".it.g u,'d for the pres ent I]lding, which wia bhegun In 1163 ai:d fintshi.d in 1351. Aletxarder Ill. laid the foundation sto-,' the first mass being (elebrated by the patriarc(h IHracllius lh- grand old bu i;ldlnc has been sorely tset by many dil.ag.'ri and has wt:'nelased nl;t :y Ftrai ,go. an.l tirring sc(' iL. SIhoe r.igir of t, rr ,r in 1 .-'3 led to Ft', Ii  tt:c I r, i  ,- :1 the pro ixl of 'h , c.t:Y, .cral that it was c( ,I to t!he ipuli"i' a place of di! v:n. ,r-li;, In 17.!, it? ,tin rop-epnetd !n 1,"(2 by Nap ,leon. The ihterior has rnff.r d e.ver ly at ten a at th! I ads (,t th. lnub and it r;vtin  l he , ," rst off, ttnd.r. was 1,'rho;s, Lo ti t V., One of ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 4 October 1913

From Alpha to Omega By BERBERT QUICK Aador of "Alladin & Co." "Viginia of the Air Lanes," Etc. Copyright by the JubL. Lemr.. (n ay T narrows a man to stick around in one place. You broaden out more pan handling over one divi sion, than by watching the cars go by for years. I've been every where from Allpha to Onmega, Okla homa, and peek"d over most of the juimping-off place s: and Iowa is not the whole works at all. That's why I'm here now. Good quiet state to moss over in; but no life! Me for the mountains where the stealing is good yet, and a man with genius can be a millionaire! I was in one big deal, once-the Golden Fountain Mine. Pete Peter son and I worked in the Golden Foun tain and boarded with Brady, a pit boss. Ever hear of psychic power? A medium told me once that I have it, and that's why folks tell me their secrets. The second day Brady told me the mine was being wrecked. "How do you know ?" said 1. "They're minin' bird's-eye porphyry," said Brady, "purtendin' they'...

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

11of da, Louisiana i From all corners ( soli Fof Ithe great Scate Irot Louisiana Crops Suffer. 1 New Orleans.--lha'.Y rains riding a ie terrilic gala ha\e done incalculable str dantace to the cotton and rice crops l of Louisiana Oklahoma and Arkansas, a(cc( din to reports from various du: Tl-int- throiihout this area. \Within ,oi :t." :;at few days Shreveport, the Lou .iilana c.otton center. has beent deluged tor wilth s.14 inch's of rain. Other sec ti IS of th.- stat have received fully as much. ('ylonic winds have made the rainstorms all the more destruc- fal tive. fal Cotton has been forced to 14c, the , highest recent price, owing to the ha shortage which the brokers believe ,,. this damage foreshadows. tir Rice men say that they can not yet jio estimate the damage which was done ar, to the rice crop, but it will be very art heavy. on the Iron Safe Upside Down. o St. hose.-A large iron safe hangs to upside down in the combination mail bo and express car of the ill-fated pas- he ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 4 October 1913

SMRS mHI[DREN DerGERAUNE NONNERI - LII{/ a ý JIhotrhº 0 DOM AWT m6b~tkaea-MEM CO SYNOPSIS. Bill Cannon. the bonanza king, and his daughter. Rose. who had passed up Mrs. Cornelius Ryan's hall at San Francisco to accompany her father, arrive at Antelope. T)orninick Ryan calls on his mother to beg a ball Invitation for his wife. and is refused. The determined old lady refuses to recognize 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 slips away. Cannon and his daughter are snowed in at Antelope. Dominick 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 difficulties between them. Dominick at last is able to lion fellow snowbound prisoners in...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 4 October 1913

Coronium Di&aover( &tlk4 rod ued ; ,7 . t au - ,iat, or : tPor ac f+'i to''+ ta r[ i s, .'tnd c,:trtill a lilt curately tht r;an: at he lir g:u l' b - lIoi, ' will be e1 rr1,r s:.ol. increatsed litt this is only lne aspe.ct of a very wide field of possible services and sig nificance. The discovery of coronlium is an other example of the astonishing reve lations which have come with the de velopment of the spectroscope and its union with photography. By means of this wonderful instrument physi cists have been able to detect and render visible the unseen of millions of miles away. As Professor Menden hall expressed it a few years ago: "By this device man is put into com munication with every considerable body in the universe, including even the invisible. The goings on of Sirius and Algol. of Orion and the Pleiades are reported to him across enormobs stretches of millions of millions ofet miles of space, empty save of the ethereal medium itself, by this most wonderful wirel...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 4 October 1913

DIZZY, HEADACHY, SICK, "CASCARETS" Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bowels while you sleep. Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, dizzi dess, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath-always trace them to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in testines, instead of being cast out of the system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes con gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick ening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A ('ascaret to-night will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months. .Adv. Kindness Appreciated. "A very thoughtful poet," op...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 4 October 1913

ABEEVILLE Pi:C Ju: I.l ,ifl ra: e l:1t w kº, ý%1: e n it tx'm111i*Icd 37 1 it it(' `e-'. Il on P case t0 (lccidle he-ictlich 4)1 liot t, i ,dict. Stopping il) : iit'tural (ir.(iil . , .i tr\in;, t, ,-< t ,e w att r t, :11. il .•, 11 , : ý ill our opililoll, a lIxN r wt of(t 1114)!1 1 N l i .(e ." 'if '.tii " f ii itu' r th :ilht ,f Scl. 25• , we can'l se vlyi we sl: olll(, colliphlai ,'hard t 7imes . G(;t together "::ud pt, cide dr::hti cr. , itt god draainaieall this 1.111 would ind t have been .oticld llunch more than the orl.din tr rain, so far as concerns tr.av cl. T'hc property tIax pay\', '. . 1 A"hev1ill., who have tl'wn ceimenit ide w:alks 1::,c hI:!t .: goc had c ea1nce to '.ee al( ,'c:lj;t t4ile rcl' t lic:l fit :F i " thi: cenit h.'al'v i r.:il';, 'the C('(ll'et walks harve iniade it l.siil;le get aboult tdry footed. their own welfare by not rais and other comna xlities for thlie homle? Are the lecrchanlts to blame for this for allowing them so m1chll credit? Does a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

ABBEVILLE PR VOL 1. * Devoted to the Intere-ts of Abbeville and Surrounding. Community. NO. 33. Phone 248. Abbeville, Veruilion Parish, La., Saturday, Octobr.- 11, 1913. $1 a Year. PR OFESSIONAL CARDS : I,. M. BBO1UDREAUX l'hsician ,nul Surgeon S )flice near Court Hlouse I1hone. -E )ffice 275; Resieuce 276. John Nugier, D)istrict Attorney and Attorney at law. Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phone 34 Office over Bank of Abbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B. White, Lawyer. 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 House. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. Notary in office. Petit Jury List. These selected to serve as Petit Jurors beginning Monday. Oct. 13, are as follows: S. Rex Lefllanc, 3rd ward: F. W. S mnuners 3. P. 1H. Bailey 3, J. Ca...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

FINISHING TOUCHES ON THE GATUN LOCKS AT PANAMA /1 foal. . i f· D ~ ~ a ! i _ r .,id view~ df Thor 1Iptr t~atI!? l'. c A tak±" frntI thf (t'ltt-r ~%%a!I and l(i) klldZ northi a1. pe (;a* In I ~ fla. }", 2TA, r":f the lr~a cm!.4r cal~liti" 4 'f I' , .tio vlmuil thb" i':mtatma canal. TIhe water of tha (anal tllt' !~ !".!:on tho(r s11," hi the 1r,-j1i',u : lIIz & hack 1)L th. eat..In t1he loft backIgroundT (1 tim' C;Ii iil~~ 'Fh. -iyltltc tra( kMs on th, c'ut,"r utr: ntumre) kilI ,lan be removed, haying be`n 11 pam d thinre Cuumiy t, Ihm Ial:m', .1 'ring time inmuitruict io of the inuii-r w i. ----------------- WORK ON PANAMA CANAL NEAR ENDI Waters of Gatun Lake Turned Into the Culebra Cut. BIG DIKE IS TO BE REMOVED This Will Mark the Practical Comple tion of the Big Waterway After Nine Years of Labor by an Army of Men. Colon, Panama, Oct. 1.-The Pan ama canal stands today virtually com plete. The preliminary steps toward the destruction of the Gamboa dike, which until the present t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

A Belated Rebel Invasion By BERBERT QUICK Author of "Alladin & Co." "Vuirglaia of the Air Lanes," Etc. Cmopssmynt by te n 1rrth Lompang Al1 an outcast from my na- .r,' n; tive Iowa I havet held high :,-l and hon(rable office, and ar:,ul I have been treated as was "I is Coriolanus of old. I am a e:'If.li'; republics, as express-Ed in .\ t a direct primary in Stevens tr "I County, Iow\a. I ant on my s5l.litl n, way to the great new West, where ,Juttlih' I shall seek to serve newer corn- I wen munitie-s where perfidy may not sielf- rnt It so ingrained in the nature actor to of the body politic. And I shall light tih shun relations other than professional tives NOI ones. with persons of youth, beauty. girl. I charm, and feminine gender. For by public these I am a sufferer. [ have with me believe. my notes, and to you is given the first - flutter t hearing of my side of a case which piing fr< may become historic. descriti "The contest is unequal." says gilt of Epictetus. "between ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

Louisiana i News From all corners of the great State Charged With Beating Baby. Shrove,,,rt I; cait ' h-e x .as ir 'd vy his . ,, .,';rh brutiitll wl.itiping their - mt r 'hs ll lfbs !tr crying, li ulbard 1.,.i*' :t .Vlr*. ('Ott''i I';.'k* ". w;iS t l 'l .€rI f m1P ;!an oft:',r niei r .!vrti:j by ;1 i'rowdl 0of mI. t I l) start., d to lynch him. but ( i;an ',. I their mind. and achijl ."! him inst, d. le a is t h o tl %a i l r t o ]I- , hi h (i' t l l llt! l ' ,I t '" L ee r it l, h is t " to lto i!.-ss ;I, thi s ;,.i t ish, t, here h(- as arrested. . d-plu'y sheritff pacd himn on a traini and brought hint t Shilr,.ve-port. but thit of fleer hai to lc-k his prisonir up in the lavatory arld defy crowi,)w. who board.l-d the tra:in and searched for Lee at both Vivian and Myrtis Lee is in jail on a charre of assault and battery upon his baby, who is under the care of a physician. New Orleans Sugar Unchanged. New Orleans.-The local sugar mar itet was quiet and unchanged Monday. Rece...

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