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

SHDJ REN' Dr GERaAUXNE BONNEL i I TANG TANLE. Jlluý bony b z L^5 - , DOMJJAVN 'c Gyr;Bgt r oýs-cbc BBssenMmix co. SYNOPSIS. B!I ('C:' ,n. t.,o h,,nanr z t kir.g, and hi. dauhht r.  ltoe w' a, ; piss.d up Mr:s Cornel its lV. ,, at! - in Iran.'isco t~ a8< n',,n h. -' t. t).,,r. :M r . at ntt lolpe. Don~ N..:,l; I:) :+n , i ,,i h,!,is m,,th,.r ' , bet a i In-, ':it,,n for 1 ti wife.. anr d i refun s 1 Th,, ', -trrnin ,t ,,, l oly r. i. to r, :"7 her i d to ht,- r -la-tw I ,,' inlek , , ,I t),.n trIi.,: ),r. it n nm .rr .:. -w-' ii, ;-. f,'e rIv.r,.,,:, `tli , iior r:t )' ..I' T "'r c' ti hav,- fr" ju r.t tr arr|'il, a' he .1! " 1 '. ry. Canni.. and his d t.ui .i t are inow,,d in at Antelope. lhonT; nr k hvr, ini , r ued from storm I n : in ,- - Istoll condition ant brought to Ant, Ir ,hotel. Antelope is ot off by storm. FU' r " Canron nurses tDominick harik to l:f,' To ,seks later Iternice di-eover" In a pap* r where husband Is and writ. - lettIr trying to smnooth ot,.vr dlfft...

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 November 1913

BOIL GOAT'S MILK' Facts of Practical Interest to All Who Raise Goats. Malta Fever is Tr ., omitted by Ani mal's Milk, a,' rias Affected Fam ilies on Go,.: sanches in Texas and New Mexico. W a:,hir i:ton -Sci :ti:sts of the bu reau ,of atm, u.:, nt -ry havi e Co.I pil, d a builnlti. whiich is of ractical iiii rt.at itO all ahu raise goats and WL buich 1n.alhds as h:lt bli en ,pr- crib' , goat s milk as a diet. Proots halve cuocl i,vi- hhh" ed that ti' tranll;Ia.lI u of a l.%fr knoiwii ariouusl as ' .alta, "unlil taiui.' 'low t. lphold." or b , certain oth, r dtlignal ,:ll' r, to man, is accuin plishi,' by ih. milk of infected g ats. Care-ful ot.t. ra atlon in Texas and Ne. .\lexuco bhow that the dis-a.e has always made it.; appe;ralce aImong people conlnected w ith goat rais inlg. Entire families have been taken sick twith it on goat ranches. The sickness appears usually after the kidding season. duril.g the, months of April, May ani June, when the peo ple are in closer contact w...

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 November 1913

PORTUGAL NOT LIKE SPAIN Wo;;:erful Country With Most Salu brious Climate in Europe-Cold at Lisbon Unknown. N. YA i ' it 1s miore tthan prob ahbl ha'I, he w ill need to d ;ali:si his m1,ini in th,' first instance of the idea that P',,r! ual Is merely Spain in min ttitur', I'!,aile.s L. l-'r,e ston writes in Scritber ' As a matter of fact, there Is Ihtl, . k nshilp between the twxo. On paper thie languages of the two coun tries [iar considerable similarity, but the pronunciation of Portugutese dif fors so materially from the Spanish that rn ii\valntatLe of con venience ac 'ru,"s from a knowledge of the latter tongue In all other aspects, mnore over. i erythlng about Portugal and the i'ortuguese is distinctive to an absolute degree; the most jadied trav ear, indeed, a ill find there a fresh S'it :2-.- .. , ............ . In the Portuguese Hills. mess of aspect. in one direction or anotheir, for hi,.h he will assuredly be wholly unplrelpared. Need it be said that this of itself Is para...

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 November 1913

ABBlEVIULr- PROGRESS Published every Saturday in the city of Abheville, La. Eit.red as secoal class mlatter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville. ;.a.. under act of Mardch , 1879. - ~- ~--~-- SUBSCR IPTION RATE.S. -(rI -ear. ..................................... .l.l)' i 0.+x months ....... .. ................. 5 ..50 Three nmo ttis .......................... .25 Single Copy ........ .......................... 'c A lul uscriptioar are payable strictly -cah in advance J. W. O'Bry'an..... Proprietor. ~Ihon.": Office 248, Residence 132.1 Advertising Rates 1pon Application. Saturday, November 15, 1913. Rairead Time Table. EAST BOUND. No. 506 mctor car, leaves 7:15 a. in. No. 506 passenger, letes 9:37 a. m. 3No. 528 mixed, leaves 4:40 p. m.l WEST I)OUND. No. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. m. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2:05 p. m. No. 5S)9 motor car, arrives 5:55 p. m. WORTHY ENTERPRISE. Now that Abbeville has a canning factory, and that it will soon be in operation, will be of intere...

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 November 1913

ABBEVILLE GRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Commurity. NO. 39. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, November 22, 1913. $1 a Year. Two Days Only Sat. & Sun., Nov. 22-3 at the VICTOR THE AT RE FourActs "I VN H FourActs Most Remarkable Film of the Age Four Thousand Feet Prices 10 and 15 Cents u n u n u n u n n n u n m m n u un m 'I '* T SBIG BEN and BABY BEN ye Inc Just Received ,t pl It is the Best Alarm. Best time piece Clock c made for the money See display in our show n. Window. Vermilion Jewery Co. "fi I tl J. A. LeBlanc, Mgr. tl ÷ **-***.*_4- 4. - -4.4- ++ , To My Friends and Patrons: I wish to announce thati` Mrs. Bernard is now in charge M of my business and the sam c'h courteous treatment prcvails. ' Will appreci:te a comtinu- t, ance of your valuable patron age, Yours truly, Billy Bernard . News and Music Dealer. t PROFESSIONAL CARDS' L. M. BOUDREAUX Physician and Surgeon Office near Court House Phones--Office 275; Resid...

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 November 1913

,r 1.Ir - I' (i:'Zf ¼. er Ago - - i . 1 1' i .1 1 '. .I , .i ,i , t : S444 1 l r I t , i" r: I . 111 .. . . ,, I ' " t .1 ! 1 I 4I 4 . tw o, 1 '.tI i 1 . 1 ,'I y ., 1.4I ,' I f. 11 l '4 c t such a l altog tiher satis ,:.et, ry day. On Wedesisday, you ,ill re'I11*t her, not imuchl work was done, for 4every body \as looking forward to thi' "ii tertainlmint." 'Perhaps you eveln spoke a pilyate. If you did your selehctioni was limited, for tIhe poets st-lev to be kept so busy grinding thli mills for Chrlit iins that they have not one Ilit tie inspiratlion left for Tranksgiving. But what Than:lksgivillg i)poetry there is agrees on one pointt a lively vener ation for t'i ' "eats." No miatter how the poem starts dinner will be served by the end of the last verse. F Take that one you recited about "Thanksglving Eve." Sentiment riots in the opetnlng lines. The snow falls gently outdoors, for the scene is not laid in Italtimore, Md., where they usually reserve snow for a Christmas treat. W...

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 November 1913

Embodies Several Style Features \i114ýý ý I I L f W : THE theater or dinner gown which can be adapted to almost any func tion, is a possession to be treasured by women who w\ish to be well dress ed without putting too much time and money into a wardrobe. With sepa rate bodices which are put on over the skirt with little coats and a vari ety of girdles and corsage flowers, many changes may be effected in a single gown. This is especially true with a skirt of black satin, rich broadcloth or vel vet, with bodice of black and whit lace and chiffon, like that shown in the picture. The hip flounce of lace, with heading of fur, may even be taken off; the high waisted skirt pro vided with girdle or sash in any color wanted or the corsage flower dis pensed with. Just as it stands, the costume is a worthy effort of a French designer, and shows a clever grasp of the lead ing style features of the season, and a splendid management of them. The skirt, like those in many of the newest creations, ...

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 November 1913

LOuisiana News From all cornerl of the R, cut Slate New Orleans Rice Is Unchanged. New *)rlea;ns.-'hi e ~,ck opelned Monlday with I rtuall;ty no 1 han4'e in g4'1 r1w' ll cod1' 1it(l ns in h, l o, .a;l ml l.rk'-t for roiugh rte,- (e4 ipts that u C .ll ]I-4 41e t .l e r Ir4 4. 4l w.l y - I. t,4 ' i light., only >,.l:5 s.a k b,-hiue .rIf- l , Up to the lioi ol' hour', ald they- w\tI e chiefly fr stills Th, . ; :,reily of n p p ile s w \ a s a t t r r h u t 'lt d t o t h l u" i i t , . strlk.'. Sul .i1 te l i .t e r. lwil,3"I', onl sanm plr '. ll', a r l' l};lnly4 lll gradesi' ri l'l'si'$e re*'r 4hd',.t ,, ;! la l' . ' y with the clo ' of" S. Iturday in ,lho clean department ' not iI) ucI hunll ell  was done. ('ho1('e' L'r;al1d s w'elre ill fairly active dl4 .iin44d. whh a111ll other gradeis wenr in Il lht it qtlil. I 'rices were Iunchant ged. J4,Receipt.. ,.:18 si ks rl'ou lion duras. Sal' 1 5. ta pocket1.. I l. an Hlonduras at I + l 5yc S . ('lean--i Ionduras i lquiet; head...

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 November 1913

Y MENSQLURI~~E h 4J. IN"~ut~ WNNEk~ '- ANQEDI, r Sytb6M1L W ýtrýºtiPl Gyco lQgrkasnaat o 3it SYNOPSIS. It 1o0 II (antul n. tl,e honanza king. and his I daught, r It -e. who aliil assed up Mrs 'or I in' : htll at Nan Francisco to h ac .rI an :,.r fathi.r, arrive at Antelope. lir, , i Itivan calls on his mother to I tw a t ,l' Ih litation for his wife, and is Io , , ,'Th, determined old lady refuss h to r ', , ""r·.. her daughter-in-law. Dom Inl-k ..1 :.I ,n trapped into a marriage I p -lhIi Ii, rui,'e Iverson. a stenographer, I -e,'s' ral \-;rs his senior. She squanders his trniOnv. 1t., have frequent quarrels, and (i he sli: a1 ay Cannon and his daughter are "nw ed in at Antelope. Dominick HRen is resued from the storm In uncon actous condition and brought to Antelope h hotel. Antelope Is cut off by storm. Rose Cannon nurses Dominick back to life. It Two weeks later Bernice discovers in a paper where husband is and writes letter trying to smooth over difficulties between them. Dom...

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 November 1913

OBTAINING MULES r2i'fl LIGHT HORSES *$? '. .: .4',z : ..:^ i4 ,..w ....,+.a. ~ ry M"d.4... .....+.Jý. 1 S . .· ,, . ;, i i S, . 'A " . - o * ` '" te· Q A Pair of Farm M... That Are Worth Upward of $600. It is foolhardy to us .thhe i: " ares for raising mules. TlIre a! too .,w of them to keep up the hors., sulpply There are plenty of poor or uIltsoullt mares that will rear good tluls, said W. A. Cochel, head of the departmnent of animal husbandry at the Kansas Agricultural college, to a class in horse production, recently. The best mule is produced from a light type of horse, Professor ('ochel said. A good mule-producing mare has a big head; is rugged, roomy, compar atively heavy bone, a good big foot. and is upstanding. The jack should be as high as possible, have a Roman nose, coarse bone, a big foot, and long A mule eats In an Irregular manner, and it is almost impossible to founder him. They do better it fed in a lot than in a stall On farms where it is necessary to have hire...

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 November 1913

"CASCARETS" FOR A BILIOUS LIVER For sick headache. bad breath, Sour Stomach and constipation. Ct an I c lit l1,. Iiow. N ,, - hi o ho'. bi , ' ,ur li vr, stoare h nr ii., !+; ho' ni.h your hina ch, , n l:, rnbl,, andi une11 ."l , t I] , , i r . n oi it' l l ini, ut: , u ij ,..r '-. 110o? . u:. u., A - a d :log.l sh to \.t ' - - u .u .ij+aty. g't the (i'.fired retults I., '. I r Iour stomacii h, livr and b . - :,:a. , i u misirabl'. Tak" t''  ~i r ,;ght; [,11t an lnd to tho i,.,. . .. ' u'. i rU.t-li-fs*, dizziness, ni rv a - ,ii, sour, g;ssy stomnach, tb. i : :: andi all other distr-. s; rh it.. " rour insido organs of all :I:h bI'', g ::.r at. d con tI pated 1maurt r W hia h .- ,rodiucig i , th r tis, ry. A I ut" i box nl'anus h althl. L ;, I nr.,s a l a cilhar h,.ad for I11n aT!'s. No ii.,r, days of vlouoin ;alil dl:, r ;q If ,,1 '.ill ltake a (ast ar, t iot ,t fore',t th,, childrn--tht :r I:t I, in aidi . r. i 1 a clea iiiig, to. Adv. Rising in His Profession. BLOTCHES COVERE...

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 November 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS. I'ulM' 1 d ev ery Satur(day 1n 1'. city of .\bbl i , Ia. Li., ti mi r .,t, l.. M r:h . 1 i. No. All pa'I ... ..... i t.. Na.t r :i , ,: . . l. .. 4 :.. 1 . i V , -~ Railroad Time Table. No. 5u6 p,a :-1I.-r, h -tav,'- 9:3i n. :nn. No. 52,S tl|X , ]ca 4:411 n. in. No. 527 mixted. lea\Vs 9:37 a. mII No. 5115 pascn1vt r, hatlts :6 - . nt. THE CAS:H.'I ASIS, There is cos"icra.)ie dis cussioIn among the farmersI regarding the credit business, and from what we are able to learn, there will be many who will hcrcafte'r blm for cash, having learned of the advan tages of the cash basis, and that they are liberty to ,go where they get the best prices. We have always contended that the credit business is very detrimental to our counitry, and the sooner the better way is used the sooner and T: better our country will pros- ci per. Credit calls for higher prices. Credit means moevy Ri tied up, while the cash busi- 1 ness keeps the money in circu lation all the time. Fi The f...

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 November 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 40. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, November 29, 1913. $1 a Year. Dalton's Variety Store Now. Displaying Holiday Goods Mechanical Toys, ............................25c up to $1.50 Friction Toys,...................................... 5c up to $2.00 Dolls, from ........................ .Sc up to $15.00 All kinds of Christmas Presents for father, mother and all the family. Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Cutlery. l robs  i  --- . - BIG BEN and BABY BEN Just Received It iq the Best Alarm. Best time piece Clock made for the money See display in our show Window. Vermilion Jewlr Ca J. A. LeBlanc, Mgr. To My Friends and Patrons: I wish to announce that Mrs. Bernard is now in charge of my business and the same courteous treatment prevails. Will appreciate a continu ance of your valuable patron age, Yours truly, Billy Bernard Newt and Music Dealer. PROPBSSIONAL CARDS L. M. ...

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 November 1913

YJEDOING OF MISS JESSIE WILSON ANI FIANOIS B SAYRE Nv 'S 1t 4¶, it ý' f > I. . 44 M.adM.: Sy an E .. I.· :?ii' Mr. and Mrs. Sayre and East Room in Which They Were Wedded. Washington, Nov. 25.-Jessie n'ood row \\'ilson, second of President Wil- t son's three daughters, was married to t Francis l:c nes Sayre at 4:30 o'clock Ii this aft, ritoon The ceremony took t place in the east room of the White I House, and was performed by Rev. t Sylvester Bieach of Princeton, N. J., i the president's former pastor and the close friend of the Wilson family for s many years. The entire affair was very simple, v as had been requested by the bride, d `ad the number of guests was rather t small-distressingly so to many per sons in official and social circles of Washington who had expected to re- t aetve invitations but were disappoint- f ed. Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson, I eldest of the three daughters, acted I as maid of honor to her sister, and E Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson, the 1 youngest, was...

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 November 1913

M.IV CoEyrigkt s3 Tie boaas-MRLL Co. SYNOPSIS. T; "I (' ^ ,,. tl:,- " .. I. 7 1 trn . and hlq : ch',a r. I, ,.. w', !. . , t : , i 2,, 1 irt , 2r . .i at AntI' 'p0 1' 'amotter t¼ . dti. i , , lv r. '. to'. t,- '- A' '7.2.- T i ,, ~p t rn, , tl i 1 In r, 9' 7- 1~-r ! ,' I !,ttr- tn-iv." , M, , n " r tar. : , I V i . ,, , t o: : ! i1 I , ,18 I"1a ,i i ' ,, ', S" " i  " ,'+.* n ,d frr 'ti ",2.. I'. (111 :t: Tr sn wa s in la At tErn ucn .: nt"ý',: i a t:'' n '1 - ; d la jit'.." 2r, h, n,-.l. .'ttnh ,D, " is r1 t , ,v ,R` ·,,rnf: I..,! " w w, , We]. s , I:Lttrr let.rn| P r1 "r, ' 'r an trying ti rsmoor th ,ovr o :!, ,:-1 . t at ' 'i thi, n Im ,,rn :i, k at lI:1 . :i!,',. t" t' n tfll-,w snowhl,ind prltson r- I I !'o""! pnr lor. !, loses t.rles t , r ~,, r r, - of I , rri. ac n or : After t'r.', w' , - e,! If : priltnni,nt is seP , T . 1.2' IIsI I rn iI arrir e. I 'riin!Ik gets I t, r frtor %% f, T rilt Rot,, i:i. . i"e t2 ,' w-'- w n , r.t ' did Stirmbhoulnd 'i'p ! -- n dep Rose and...

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 November 1913

Louisiana SNews From all earners of the g rcut ltate Oil Suit Judgment for $246.721.47. New (O)rleans.-Jludn;ti nt for almost a quiarte'r of a million dollars v. a- ren dered by Juric, Kini against the Gulf Retiinir I ormpany of Louisiana; alnd the Texas\ Comn pa ny, in favor of the ('aleasieu Trioo ald Savinýa Iiank of Lake Charles, rct. itier of thli EI\ anlue-i line- (ill ('omlani. inll the eii\il l.-tict court Mloniday. "Tlh excri amiount uo the judLenmnt wa- $24;.7".47 The ..tit, ihi( h was IInd I)ec. 21. 1911, \\as based on allethionl tlhal the dtlefendantt s hadi enlterd into fri;alll ulent contracts with the Etvan eliline ('Compainy. whereby they were., able to transport oil through the pilpes of the Evange'litie conrcflern at a 'tower rate than that charged the general public. The receiver c(l:-inied the alleged dif ference in rates, which amiount was allowed by Judge King, ihouh de mand for other damages was denied. New Orleans Rough Rice Ic Quiet. New Orleans.-The local m...

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 November 1913

The League of Lost Causes By H. M. E ERT Being the Romantic Adventures of By H. M. EBER Paul Lane, American Millionaire The Prisoner of Hofberg (Cuopyright, 1913, b) W. U Chapmnan. OSNY, the western secre R tary of the League of Lost ('auses, was not in Paris. Paul lane could not find him. The League's offices were closed and abandon ed, while on the window was displayed a sign ad vertising that they were for rental The landlord could give no information as to Rosinys whereabouts. lie had paid his rent and departed five or six days before. more than that he did not know. After a maddening search through Paris for nearly a week Paul saw a paragraph in a newspaper which threw a flood of light on his perplexity. "It is rumored," said the writer, that the Princess ('lothilde will short ly be married to His Highness Arch duke Stepan. The match, which is much liked by the Emperor Franz loseph, was, It will be remembered, postponed some time ago on account of her highness' predilection for...

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 November 1913

ROMANCE OF STOLEN PICTURE Pinturicchio's Well-Kncwn Painting of "Madonna and Child" Which Was Lost Is Found. L o n o rIsi .-- N-\ I~. I.r " F''t, :,': . e ta (au!-,ed ih a t c(rt 'll'. r. "h , ';i. tby tl., di"(ov.'r:. at t''i: , ... :, of "Madinria anid thi 1. ial at £ l0 s.nit, wh. o " r . c .'u.t l l,,:u ld to have I, ior r er, ' - th' ( hrc! of St. Mart 1 r eor at Si" :I in Italy Th.. tax n wih his nu fo';d had h : n ."., ilolrent :n tl , r t iW''Wir e , ,r (iin Pinturncchio's Recovered "Madonna." cealed unlder a false bottom. The painting was takln away and deposit ed at the Italian embassy. and thi, box was watched by dttetives r.eady to detain anyone chtiaininK it Four ar rests have beji. tliade inl Italy iii con nection with thi' theft. I'nidr Italian law no old masters are allomt.d to be removed from the country without the express permisr.ion of the govern ment, and persons breaking this law are liable to a fine amounting to three times the price which they may have rec...

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 November 1913

Teaching Agriculture and Domestic Economy County Schools of Agriculture a Very Important Factor it the Education and Development of the Young People " By A. A. JOHNSON -- i ·:, ·+· ;·~--·· i o·. P. ·''' .:i rr -n-·~ _x ~,~crr ·., ""~6~· ~Y':b .~ ;·a~~~ 13. ~YJ ,.,, ~:~q~N~ /·.a)~iz c:6·B t~uPIC~,··· ~ c~~ ~JrS: :: ~e~u~u~n: i 6 ··x·~ ~··~ ~-*· ·~- aQ~t~ ~k~a~S~lig~~ ~~P~.t~B~glp~g~h~ ~~ r c~ :·~ 6· ~a~: M·v':-i]r:;f;~4 t ,i-5;·r~ ~- rvi *u?~t · ·-": ~· "B~ ·t~, ·:x· r· P "'''' '~j· GI i.-*·: ·~C~i-. ·-,· r* r ~s~; `4 c~.. *· .·.~CL~ n ~(r i*·)· *YC ~. F9i~:Y -c*. *n;, ·, ~~~~*r~ x -.-~·· ··· ,s ja.·~. ,., .....:.l.rr,~·r,:;~ 4;1 ··· Students Removing Stumps With Dynamite. ilJetucat)tio has t**,'ivet d j a RO .t '\I n,"ý' ilk n ,] nie l | t in juth att'ntion in t11, past i \ tcars ,is la that vti h : ci1 ;." . rta:!n to "hi ipra, tical Tihe " :i; , t , of :1 . ::I C . :. , :t ca. l n-,l i . . n .ab], n ( --', r.w i r : I: given 1: ,, . i . a, rtii' o durie t a 1 ri - 1 1' n : Il i e...

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 November 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS 'utli.sltd e'very Satturday in the city of Abbeville. La. iEntkr'id as ec'onI sclass matter March 1. 191., at tllc" post oftic' at ALdbx.ilIe. La., uncdkr act of 1MIarch 3. 1N79. ,.1'i9 sCR IT"IO IN RATES. 1) h e vi a r ... . ... .... . . .. ... s .1( 1lree rinnI th2.. ..... ...... ..... .25 "ingt e copy s. .... .......... .......... . S Alll sricriptious arc pYablk strictlJ cash in adlvance. J. W. O'ilryau....... . Proprietor. PJhones: Office 248. Residence 132. Advertisiug Rates Upon .\Application. Saturday, November 29, 1913. Railroad Time Table. EAST 1l )UNI). No. 5tR mtowr car, leaves 7:15 a. im. No. 506 passenger, leaves 9:37 a. in. No. 5.8 mixted, leaves 4:41) p. m. WEST IW)ISTI). No. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. m. No. 505 passenger. leavt 2::05 p. in. No. 509 motor c:r, arrives 5:55 p. im. SE EK THE BENEFITS Last week we published a com munication from a citizen of Ab beville, regarding the Interconastal Canal, which will eventually come through this way...

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