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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

M~NSCH9JD;REN br G ALDUNE BONNER Co yritit NMJ TkiB b841fQ L wo. SYNOPSIS. Rill Cannon. the bonanza kleg. and his daughter. Rose, who had passed up Mrs Cornelius Ryan's ball at San Francisc., to accompany her father. arrive at Antelope Dominick 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 stenogrrapher several years his senior. She squanders hyI money, they have frequent quarrels. anli he slips away. Cannon and his daughter are snowed in at Antelope. Domlnlck Ryan is rescued from storm In uncon aclous condition and brought to Antelope hotel. Antelope is cut off by storm. Rose Cannon nurses I)omlnick back to life. Two weeks later Hernice discovers in a paper where husband is and writes letter trying to smooth over difficulties between them. Dominick at last is able to join fellow snowbound prisoners In hotel par lor. H...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

DINING FOR 4 CENTS F How to Live in London on Prac tically Nothing. Getting a Six Course Meal-Fish Without Price in Billingsgate and Bones for the Stockpot at bmithfield. L -,, I t, i r gK without on. ,,, : ; I. a -,. -a: ild th. . " .tLt' ,;, th f it ,Ir+ +llll K Ic 'a I*' t t I: h ' lIkr1'iit I 't t _ll, -- +,', it ' i t: a t 1~ .rii gtiry . Nivr - ;it.. t .. , a h" idH I h, , whio tlh re 1 I ' '' , a ",4,I ' orr all foi ni , e a , :,1 ,ll , I ; I' , , * lý "alliul g ito i ;.a'l I n it-. , I ' i , I. I 1, iti r ,i ,3. h ,\iw i i. i it", ,tatl . atr.1 rL ing"ytl i ,tniln. i.. t of nil. '. ,' , t, ht~ 1a3 at lin t two t. , ' Ie t,ut i.It i.o li the thihg iI to at .I,. l' N , if ta aman hasntt Puflcilnt , 1ngunt' lil tnu ,aterprw , to gaet hold of twol,"lne,' isone.howw h.' has no right to live at all, so fier as I can see. ('lli't he hohll a horise for five min ati , (Can't he arry ait bag? Can't ie doi a bit of grinding -singing in the st ra''t? "I'll t1ll you how to get a fi...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

"CASCARETS" FOR LIVER; BOWELS No sick headache. biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. G - t l' t ,' t x Ate :~ keplii g or bowels, liver, td i. :.t h i,. 1 a ,r ndl fresh with t,::,,s' lety, It merely forcingK a ;-.. ay 'L ' ry few days with l ,thn: rti I'ills C('astor Oil or St,',p ,v!,ig a l v.'.l wa h -day. Let :I ;1: # vl th- !i rth IIlIy (la/l and 7lll r("g trth ' il,. ·", ' ':-: - " !I,,, ,llrll ht ' tlvour llill I.='r y Wig. I : f 1 --I F.L 'l- i IgI s tha, taklO tih 4x,:1 ", !,J ll o mttn the liver u7an . trry cent of thet H.4-tem nil the sun, 1-a' d weaHin mttFr and poisoL4 in th il l (.('s'R . A ('.t: -ar,,t to-nig ht will m:iak you feel gr ,Lt by lvioL Wing. They ~irk whil,, i,,,,it o l,'I- In v.rr rll,', -t.ll,nL or (aIn4- aniy ienns, nIi 74 ne74, and e-it only 14i cllents box from your store MillhonL: of tni-nI all n w4Ini,'In take it Cas:L;e't nI1(W and then 04and nev',r ;have Ie.adnche, ]llionsnL,'., (Coatedl ToIiguIo, ILndlige4tion, Sour ;tomiach o...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 11 October 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS uik-hi u . ý , , S a ur<m .. in th'l city of .1 l l,.", , lt a. 1t : t 4 r . ! . o, 4'1 . 1 ,,I '1 .1 , + tn l..tt t "º I ,t ,' Railroad Time Table. lo., :H i ,tI }A.Tt lr I . .l'>t }; 1·r9 . No "i hv:.1 "I , ,' . !cti ." 7.1 +\ rt . .tNo. 5fP ,r L r i: . tin. 5 ii toil e . , 1 . il r1: - 4 IK. I. i i. ;lai. i of our fanrm ers arc talking of getting better seed fIir the coming year, and while this may be a good idea, we would like to advise theta I that the v'ery best seed will rapidly fll back to what they t now have; and, that if they; will choose from what they have, the best seed, they can, in this way, work their grade up to the best, and it is j absoluetly useless to think that they can have good pro ducts without planting chosntl seed. It is not neccssary to send away for seed. You can c pick it out and probaly get t better results than by sending r away for seed. If Vermilion parish had a demonstration agent, it would I. actually have a valuable ad...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

"'' .11-- P - , r 4 9, - - .t,,#: 4 A. . J " . S.t W VOL. 1. Devoted t',. r,.- " V e and Surrnun;itg_ C.nm.uni;;. P h o n e 2 4 8 . - , , .. -,, r , ). .M ) , , " ,,,: 1 . }, , , . , S a tt u r c ' ; « v ( )c t o ~e r , 1 ,s , ] 9 1 ,x . . " : " : . See Th.e P Lt The Leader of em On Exhibition in the Lobby of the VICTOR Theatr To-day and To-morrow S:'ROFSSIONAL. CARDS *" L. M. BOUDREAUX Physician and Surgeon Office near Court Ilouse 'Phlones--(Office 175; Residence 276. John Nugier, D)istrict Attorne andl Attorney at Law. Notary in office. AMinos T. Gordy, Attornley at La,w. I'hole 34 Office over flanki of Abbeville. FJ. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Piubiic. \'. B. White, Lawyyer. North of Court House. R. J. Iahauve, Attorr.ny at Law. Notary in oice. t J. O. Bronssard, Attirnev a; Taw. Notary ,·il Ah.;tractnr i'i office. Kitchell & Bailey, Att,)r:!Ces :u 1, 'w -" ', ; i.',)urt ,'Ott,. Walter B. Gordvy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

CEIEIEPT[RYo 550OO' . 00 m ____ ___n___G ,,l V/f! A COMrY. Tr i 'Ji rA N A uJ " 1 'ý[Ci i 1ýi'ft"ý ý .t;tfo It to g i t ; I i t i " tr. Ar el II. f;, .l ,i 4O titlI)i 'ý .Illi t ifll all t . ( II. nI ts "r I' . aI \y The all thlte p, i t ry 'I ,.k n es ;t tutal t I wereh. dates fromn the incst critilical tltint inl al Egyptri hitory, the f ll ling of such a detailed rIcI Ird, thi', rce,Ist co pliete ever made, is coneldere,-d of much Im portance to archaeology. This points is regarded as the pre Memphite capital of iEgypt, as it was the place of residence of.great num bers of wealthly Egyptians before IMemphis became the capital of united tgypt. It is supposed that in addi tion to the many graves that have t.i. V ý ý ý· "~ , ý AIU~~~,La~ A 6j 'O :;ýTF FIR'T : TYYNASTY IN 9~TH1 ?OM?1 NF.AL? týF VEER l . (I ' ) ,I: I , 'ire ' .-7'' g I att Iit la| irs un lr r the watii r. Ther l tol n II)i 'we i'h hi t  e iea% l o lts ted  r'., l.manl y Iof thenl Ill a rnetrkahle state' of pir'ese...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

The League of Lost Causes By H. M. EGBERT 1g the Romantic Adventures of Paul Lane, American Millionaire The Woman From the Sea (COyritht. 1913. by W. (; Chapman.) AUL LANE felt utteri dispirited as he ascender the front steps of hi cottage on the Long Ih land shore that Frida. afternoon in mid-autumn Swith two days of leisur in front of him before h should resume his dail; labor with its monotor ous toil. It was not that he hated work o craved a life of ignoble ease and pleas ure. Philosophically inclined, evel 'efore he left college he had dlscernet the futility of the search after hap pliness. Contentment, he knew, mus be the reward of work. But this this eternal toil In a New York office adding millions to millions for the aggrandisement of the monopoly whici his father had built up-this was wha appalled him. In other lands a mal situated as he was might enter poll tics, devote his life and fortune ti his country; here-well, his countr: could get along very well without hil assis...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

NEWS OF ALL LOUISIANA New Orleans Sugar Unchanged. New Orleans.--Another unexpected cut of 10e a hundred pounds was n:ade in the price of rElinE.,I uuar at the clor-E of butsiness Saturday, reducing the quotationl Iot standa;rd granulcted to ?+.'14. TI:-. Federal and Arbuckle r,.t rf:r:cl l, hoa vi.rt , art. st:ling ., $1 25. Tbh. r. duction clo:cely 1.,lowElw( that it 5 1oi4 mioi d , Ia 1- day s a1o and tL. . r,,', tr drop of :3; lp)in,·r Tb" re fir, r- -;, that theo or i-e eontp. titi n o tih" b t,.t sugar intor e. :s, ,o :,r :.Iling in thb. Eat at ]' poinrt, bjiw lthe New York tmrot kc.t, for ,v1 thb'm to redacte th.-ir pric.-s. Th,.y ,.o , -ntd that thI ir stocks of refinr.d are nooing too slowly ow Ing to the intoads of hrt sugar into their territory. Th. retfiners assert they are losing money at present prices, saying that mu'ch of their sup plices of raw sugar were l)urchase(l when the market was 15 to 2,) points higher. The local sugar market was again quiet and unchanged S...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

brTGERAIM BoBONE 1I xaboao (WI M PM ER CTOMyrigI3 TANGh4' e .c. DN~;týg~ cwt *ipk grtkw s-MMIu M SYNOPSIS. let no Bill Cannon. the bonanza king, and his daughter. Rose, who had passed up Mrs. Cornelius Ryan's ball at San Francisco to tUl accompany her father, arrive at Antelope. "O Dominick Ryan calls on his mother to beg a ball invitation for his wife, and is refused. The determined old lady refuses Ar to recognize her daughter-in-law. Dom ntick 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 Cl are snowed in at Antelope. Dominick a Ryan is rescued from storm in uncon scious condition and brought to Antelope no hotel. Antelope is cut off by storm. Rose Ti Cannon nurses Dominick back to life. Two weeks later Bernice discovers In a pr paper where husband is and writes letter as trying to smooth over difficulties between eb them. Dominick at...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

Old People Need A Bowel Stimulant 7Te Ideal One Is a Mild Laxarte. Tonic That Will Keep the Bowels Gently Active. Healthy old age is so absolutely de pendent upon the condition of the bow els that great care should be taken to see that they act regularly. The fact is that as age advances the stomach muscles become weak and inactive and the liver does not store up the Julces that are necessary to prompt digestion. Some help can be obtained by eating easily digested foods and by plenty of exercis,. but this latter is irksome to most elderly people. One thing is cer tain, that a Etate of constipation should always be avoided, as it is dangerous to life and health. The best plan is to take a mild laxative as often as is deemed necessary. But with equal cer tainty it is suggested that cathartics, purgatives, physics, salts and pills be avoided, as they do but temporary good and are so harsh as to be a shock to a delicate system. A much better plan and one that thousands of elderly people...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

"GASOARETS" FOR SLUGGISH LIVER No sick headache, sour stomach, biliousness or constipation by morning. Get a 10-cent box now. Turn the rascals out-the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and foul gases-turn them out to-night and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset stom ach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let ('ascar .s cleanse your stomach; remove tae sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver And carry out all the conistipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret to-night straightens you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A 10-cent box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for months. Chil dren love Cascarets because they sever gripe or sicken. Adv. To Swell the Sunday Collection. "Uh-well, sah," triumphantly...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 18 October 1913

BE V £ -' ''t i-t S itv :c .\, i, h'r ;I.I .. ,' . , u: t 1. di t for t . ce ugg. ;e. ti.on1: (1. . If 10 n ,nl '!·- cock' t 1 , "knockcr' " for "l:nckirikiný . cm arc a "bo ker" your-elf. :t. will h. !.ettcr if you a .t " :1, - :lle Pr 1 -. Ir '.'t.' 'hloost ,d r, l, n he could. I st th e 1. Vs 'rt . The .o t.i 'rn s cr. llo hne of the .irent ncees ofl this cit, i, - t:ar1,i:- e w g, o : n., anoditshould frl e pro': iiw d b, SO ll h t. •a t i o te ootr , in use(1 ar.d thil.e sitr "lvics c" fored :"oulppmor.i' -ci )to ic hilt of ti ris cre ity. this tci r is toagruchl r·ub tis" ano i; shoul d be carvi.de ,t. isi lwse. o edt . ouldne odt tlhe atcvietic fn t, r this. o the would ask tht the cit fthe lrs provide a leans ofi othavi lalst. garbage iagon m·1t icases ,in us a nd th anioart enforce the laws lor stritld.i Remember thae old,old stin,": In the orubith that h is oiic ghissware. This is dangerous, and should be rstopcd ma all means. Abbeville has too any fine horse and heutono-...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

lip'' 4~: 'A'- I, 4 U--~ Fr id ayr 93 Ia cageA Americas - t Circus and XV1N Iu 1. E bit b on A Mammoth Priu'l ( ,;. ,t.i'piated in by 70) P )ple. .n ,c 3:U it1rs',':;, :: i i BeaI:sts, 14 EIepla ts, •';; l'ý.c : nd 50 Clowns. Showing fom tinh' "if " . . .\d,.',-rtising Car, unloading of Circus, putting ic :t, '1.: ( o d 1't Lfr. iCrIo, nance from start to finish. Grandest of Modern Times ra ' k Y ou see a \w . (t . i.,. . ,ated i1"n. . " Cti . : " i. " ' !ess than (). 1C-iourth of o)iLin:',! Pri,, . * . ,. *' ,,=. . . " , ' ..k....-. ONE GH Do You :'L - : ". s ,.i in4 Vity. 'f "r . ..,,: ., ,.t t . l'cur:,c, in . . rkk c pt ,'.r . ':, .t=. Ty , . rI;,,, tin is.. I . m.'iil. I. 1 , :t aI r " * , . (:' l. " r ', a dipl :omrt uit.:l o:. iL tion. The Reaser School, 613 Ca:al St. twc. 0r.ans, 0 .: I BIG BEN . ?and BABY BEN ,Just Recei .ed It is the Best A.iirm. Best time piece Cklck : jk made for the money ;c See displ.iy in our :mhow t Window. ° Vermilion Jewelry Co. J. A. L...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

. r 1 tU "4A Comoo-t I m , "'t s ý `ý,.ý '`. t -. . ;ry: I h O cý f . 11 J · %1v '- r ' 2 ro fr-'"1 a~ n Ft ( itna ,.lt'u tal lr ~U yi z~.Air:: W~T~1 Cc:-oA,. NfU. .:h $ - r~~~~ ~ ~ iJbrks and"j.~C&~ taI'(fl mutl'a:utm a h titir' ut III>. for s;nruris t, It i ta '";:itr "rvtu.rit Iin fart, \N 11# 11 1-iARNM.531NG A CORM: jRAN Jilr~" F, hl o rvll ih I . ,( t.I t ,"gt it · _re r .<T ~'; hawks alnd fallc(rn. . re frinnrl used in Eh - - r t. not ily for sporuil9 purJ o.,, tnut to replenish'tI h their mnasters' l:trdl.rs with fur rd anLd fIatlh.red game, m f so do thl Ch(inse and .lap *o' ane's . ýlI e iiploi trained 'corInerants. hut in their case they are useld .olely for eco saomic purposes. This may at first apiear to h' a sorn\ewhat primitive method of obtaining fish, yet it seems to be a very se"rvicablhlo one. and has at least the merit of behing exceeding ly picturesque. The antiquity of this form of fishing is incontrovertible. and is conclusively proved by the cx "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. — 25 October 1913

The League of Lcst C:2 Th M Being the Romantic AIventures of By H. M. E ERT Paul Lane, American Millionaire ' The Morc-;cn "~iT ay JIMM·sir--~- r~-- I A 1 I..NlI- h15d ; .(.1 L I. tary t4" h,, I.a t . ' : i nl . i o .t th e r e . -t . t i t ha n 1 ( ,, , . hhui gh n. iarntd tl: a id -t ;th, hu_ d .h at , o h I o ticlar , the reoratih, of tetari) n iret h/.. r lins of hi nilliin England its ol",jt i'1 I bstirrin l disetud wthal. f the ultite aend ti of pl l i n the n el'i'ri t l:O:V mll t ' heI hi a', lu ; 0 , \ , frlnovl an tulIdynary clea idare resenta til ino difth'terlt clIntFrane,l ~ ignoi r ing the Ilona guies, it aimed tow: revive or the glories of the in urope, ands family. In ri tirSweden ith ru:,torted the heirs of the ancient liscendantes of it in ngland ts objhal ot cuped tohe throne.dit the monarchy y Manol e stirring up) -ocial disquietude, with ne't the ultimate end of replacing the in Panoverian dynasty by a representas tive of the Stuarts. In France, ignor- r ing...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

Louisiana From all corners of the great Sltate Condition of the Rice Crop. 'Crowley l.;iht rains; i11 l-'ridi;iy An e fi r , oa i :t , I l, . i , ir tl J nt- t ai. thf l , . ast : . ; til i i lii t" f r 1. ! fbl ... I " , l a r l I, . i, ltn th e, tt 'ib I 'e man hias iillrd :1 J n 2 at72. h, ir ai r iii hi e , 1.ow- 1 n ;o .o.e !t vr.. dour to t iam th' lcid ani d i. it li lr;1rra cai-a that wri l't le s. l ie ot 1. . ill ai.. l "1 h'" a o: n' "lr t or " tire is r o - tiltle roip-Ie lie alte i tllt.' markethI 0kn rice wli c was ri-ape jul haohie wll) ha, l alr,1 . t?"1:' .irasied ' heir crop.: - arid hi it ii wsrieiusis and ha thus whliouei tiir a roi in the shock ill ulore.I :n offseJl t :.t' o,, s i q nit New Orleans Rice is Active. Nolean' stln %-Th he acc ildaion of wa liarge, it 1 sack-s i og sIreported.i Ti.e crohan--e iin the weather a fore i rice s down ons both onduras ay h whon grades. It was also reportedop and ha if til' tool a nd fair er on tinues for forty-eight hour...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

(1CH1 DIREN r CcErIAUNEBONNtL t Aut Tl e C .H S ME L CO. D~i;ýIA Co~yný,ý teLoa,ýj 14 SYNOPSIS. Ian S th Bill Cannon. the bonanza kin, and his th dauglhter. ose, who, had passed up Mrs. Cornelius ityan' hyall At Snn Francisco to sa accompany her father, arrive at Antelope. H In)ilntibk Ryan talla on his mother to beg : h:all Invitntlon for his wife. and is nii refused. The determined old lady refu,'s he to ri. 'cntz her daughter-in-law. Il )on Inek halI been trapped nto a marriage -l witl Ib rnle Iverson. a stenographer. "r severnl ,.ars his senior. She squantderi r I monv, thev have frequ.ent quarrels. iandt to he llips away. Cannon ndi his atughter cr are snowed In at Antelope. l)omninick Ryan is rescued from storm in unlcon- I11 si los conditon and brought to Antelope F1 hotel. Antelope in cut off by ,storm. ltose Cannon nurse.s Iominick back to life. I Two weeks later Bernice discovers tn a 01 paper where husband is and writes letter trying to smooth over diffliulties be...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

S"It's up to you" U u The question of health m is !:reut ly in your own n 1 1 13. If you w.vill only m g:1arld the St, ':ach, Liv.r and B o el, \UCi T t w, l S y m the tl .;i" us.e ,t m iostet1er's * Stomach iflers a j reed , t fear an .:t:,,k <f ' .trt urn I " or f',' Try . I , ' ee ri:t . 0 -ii'Ii "' t :+" I '. '. Not Fit For Ladles a ',nrlie sr nt n1 t tr,. ,i a igInst it, if An in ,.'. " "(t' .' t ; I h I ', -. I . I € n ) rt a:t Sn`. r . i'i h :..L -,{ ., ul : s . t . . ., u !, rt thI, |luns il0;:htninrl ( l 1 .".g Nth!. " *.r rnpt rehi. It i. V; sply a qi ato ,n .et ettin t,. .h.. to try it \i druggz -t S wil liint'- lightning 011 in 25c ;end e3ic bot ties.-- \dv b If ,a man Is always making new frindl-+ It's a sign his old fri.-nds are on to hitun. Mrs.'Wlnlowat. Stoothlng Syrup for Children r teethitn1. Ift* ithe gumi. redlure* Inrflarmna. f uon.allaye pain,iuree wisnd eml,..c a bottleM Every time a girl goes away from home salhe has a perfectly lovely time. TORTURI...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

MOTHERI LOOK AT CHILD'S TONGUE If cross, feverish, constipated, give "California Syrup of Figs" A ]ar':: ivP toda1 y saves a sick child tor i :r I, lhiihiro sinI ;iiy will not tak, t! . ti e fr',m I.lay to empty their bh ., 1" 'hich b-co ,' e''ci ,d op with -·, i', er gets bt i: ~,l'.; rtltach sour. Lak ,t the toi:r', . l" If coat ed. or ' oir chiid is hItl. Q s, cross, fev eriih. lr, ath bad, restle doesn't eat L. : ::iy, o at chl or ha.s ,or, throat or : r*:i* aitoot. give a teac.ho.:califia Syrup of I'J's " !!..,; c:,,:'t ';,1,c ryj. I''.,aust It Is all tih  n: t:pation poi.on, sour bile a:oli nr ,itillng waste ,\ill gently tr ave out of the bowels, and you Ii ve a i'll. Itlayful child acnr in. A h;Ir ough "it.- idri clihansirtg" is oftimn, - all tha; i:; neetsary. It should be the first trenttmnt given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit tig sYVrugs. Ask at the store for a :i(-ee.nt bottle cof "('caifornia Syrup of Fics." which has full dirt'ctiot, s for babies, chil...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 October 1913

EV L 1.. *\ v `.s" S;. t:i: i ()ctoi'r, G`2 . ' Rai'road Time T!'e2. N. in tl i.\ , j ' , islel i(, :s r i , ,i n.l iD 'i co . . Utit . 1 -! '," ~t t:, is?!(,.'r- 1 :lt l L - Cii'-' ii' (l'1- t( ',h le ! 1 col.tetiolt :are :ot .,; '; , ,u;rccs of grief w to a iwi: .. :t. specially is hi this true it 1iii; competitor Co s-how:s sn b. of vceakelningn t Stc in his ad\vcrt:isin: activites. No merchant, for c..-ple, ever personlally r. inic«'d to V a coumpetitor use lan c., 1i (i' advertisi .g appl;ipri 'tit " i this newspaper---nor grie',edc to see hiua using a reJcLd.. , one. And the ,nmerchl:nt whi is in butsiness to pklase and gratify his competitor does n;ot remain in bulinCss for vclr long. It is a pity that the affairs of t the parish of Vermilion ja\le been thrownl before the eyes of the pub lie as it has been done, and, as in most all cases, true facts of the, matter are not always portrayed as they should be. While we rcgrt t to see the matter come about as it has, we .till f...

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