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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 December 1913

VOL. 1. IP'evl.ted to the !nt.rests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 41. Phone 248. A icvillc, \ermilion Parishl La., Saturday, ec er 13. a Year. FOR THE HOIDAYS X: e have n tI'v for your inspection: The WhtVitin i Hil (1r; , d ,.,tioery. 'SLt l ,ic EmIb-,se IFii1i1 C. 1r(S id (re fts. Our Prices Are L'iht. . .k . I i .1 A.en'r Lteiianc, Manager. SImportant N uice Ti,  .. of '.!vin1 to 1;\ a: i k p r',  . t to ti rv - €:1 ",lut h1 to keep accounts a:lt - s:ink .:' 1 jlletor -a( !1 v'n I th nrlk, it necssar to ir u.s to ;tll '.ls at .,1 tre u)rfit thai if we wtt.r. to SEll, F Rt C.1 I )1 i -, t ref re .in j.,il ce- toL y\')u anI o r.e.les, , t lve d ' : ,' , t, SSELL FOR CASH ONLY is '·.h.'rel 1 ',- 1win1 ours: li-v., in: .. si;io' to str-. a on i l a SAtter :alta'L atd at b. .c: 1:'. ;. So Please Don"t Ask for Cre'lit If o tt nl'c l f'nurtiture or anvthi;n; in our i.:. ittl votu h!ave t Tr ti' thwt -r n will c(i:.t.:l. favoriung u ",ith tuttr vlu.:,h u.s . p.trotnn , t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 December 1913

s Is Vital to Every Owner OF A xwell-Briscoe Motor Car Made at Tarrytown, N. Y. and New Castle, Ind., 1905 to 1913 o to all Owners of Stoddard-Dayton, 1905 to 1914; Columbia Gasoline and Electrics, 1906 to 1914; Everitt Cars of Any Model; Brush, Sampson and Courier Cars ARE AR E T-I RE E iO1) REASONS why r should have your car rhailed now and warn ts replaced. T: The L.ara<e man ,ive ycu better service rid ,ou can s' are ti'e better no;.' than later. matter whlthe you are ng to kr:ecp the car, or cr trade it in on a new :it x\i't p y y'' well have it ti:. ): i-:y over Jled, worn parts rerlLced new ones and body re nted. )ND: We are able to nish replacement parts all models of above kes of cars within 48 irs from receipt of or Have concentrated s branch of the business Newcastle, Ind. (center population of the U. S.) re we have a $1,750,000 estment in plant and ck. 45,000 separate bins parts. tD: And perhaps the it reason why you should ure your requirements *--we must increase ce...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 December 1913

ROVAL DRESS COST Victoria of Spain Most Costly At tired of Queens. Where the Cld Cicthes Go-Some CD' carded Gar,:;nerts Are Sold, Some R-eturned to t!aker and Others CGlen Away. in .. r" l, .t ito l . u IiL ' ,,,, to $'m r go I . a .'. , less ti!I!n l!.ft " a d\ r n I' (,r'. lns at a timnr', a;rd fri :: rnt ly ill order as man:y :,a . ta ' nt: or thirty. Tier majes ty, holev'"r, h;,s an understanding with most of tht'' modistes whom she patr,,ni/'s that every gown she does not ('are about when it is completed may hI returned The trmannn empress is, of all great royal ladies, the l east modishly attired. ler nmajesty holds the opinion that in matt.rs of dress royal ladies-ladies Queen Victoria of Spain. of the royal house of Hohenzollern, at any rate-should be a law unto them selves. The German empress orders the bulk of her gowns in Berlin, her bills for which run to from $8,000 to $10,000 a year. One of the dressmakers Vsatron. Ized by the German empress was for WHERE HAS HE GONE...

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

LouisianaI SNews From ail corers of the i eat State Nine Suits Piled. P, r)rleanll ---Nine uits asking 07,41 d tlctgs, mtlii' r the provI - of the S'riman anti-trust ta'uti:' Sfilei Sa:turdiay in the I'nited a co urt against tile American ir Refining ('Company and Jdc(k'sn , Vitherspoon, local in:nacer, by in _ndcnt planters. r--fiiiers ai l dea;tl Petitionors al1g.' the .Amriclln iC spaniy maniptl] d the uii:r in ir to their detlriment. hatintering n the prices of raw s.iar to an ab nal level. The suiti, are identical t the original suit filed s-,veral i ago by Votogan Brothers, I.imited. petitioners in Saturday's suits are bert S. Myrtle Grover Plantation Manufacturing ('ompany, Vaufrey ar Planting and Manufacturing ipany, Ltd., New Orleans; Oak 'f Planting and .Manufacturing spany, Ltd., St. Mary parish; R. L. w'n and Oscar Zeinor, receivers of gieres Planting Conlpalt, Limit and eight individuals. Noel Sets Time Limit. lreveport.--J. S. Noel, the promi- I L oil man, who donat...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 December 1913

$yA AUTOR cF ' ~WOirTH CASE FILio 2AC IULE OF~r G mspr Y - ILLUSTRA4TIONS 1W CNAILLES.W. ROSSE H :- m zsii by EET si siirrm i DOO P'-EIAD a Co CHAPTER i,. Poinsettias. "A remarkable man!" I pointed to a man hurrying around the corner jus.-a' ad of us. "I es, he's remarkably well built. I noticed him when he came out of the Clermont." This was a hotel we had just passed. "But it's not only that. It's his height, his very striking features, his expression-" I stopped suddenly. gripping George's arm convulsively in a surprise he appeared to share. We had turned the corner immediately behind the man of whom we were speaking and so had him still in full view. "What's he doing?" I asked in a low whisper. The man ahead of us, presenting in every respect the appearance of a gentleman, had suddenly stooped to the kerb and was washing his hands in the snow, furtively, but with a vigor and purpose which could rot fail to arouse the strangest conjec tures in any chance onlooker. - "Pilate?" es...

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 December 1913

Most Popul.: "- All Furs. IU *. / (I 9 , .. . n. "" "" ":::. 2 I ITCI fur, and especially light Fitch, t is so much liked that it is getting very scarce. It is used as a trimming In collars and cuffs; as a border on velvet or plush muffs and in small neckpieces, more frequently than In regular sets. It is very soft and its coloring is especially effective with coats made of vehet.or satin and vel vet brocade. Those who can Indulge themselves In expensive novelties in fur sets may consider the very handsome scarf and muff of Fitch shown in the picture. The scarf is a new design, terminating where it fastens at the neck in three skins which provide a splendid pro tection for the throat. A single skin encircles the neck and another falls over the shoulder and down the back. A big, soft bow of Lyons velvet pro vides a new and extremely smart touch where the scarf is fastened over the shoulder. The broad expanse of light yellow at the front of the scarf needs this touch of black In ad...

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 December 1913

How to Introduce a Man to Christ i !,l!F\'. H, WAR,\'r W iPPF " P:4 I.4.4444 ..:il4'. i , , ' : rI , ,' In ithe conver Eln ofrl Nathanni. I I+." lJ r I nlr I ad p Ie 144 - wiv c rd :in oliidll-i p rson to . i ery be ii vr i In /th t e 1 al g oh r n [1, 4oi lrl. ,ad inltrvliw. and .rl n d Iw : .re f ed for l r1n, frkly co. esi:, d thtll to b.. ." hfI course, nothingk 4p Ill lll t ilhat 4 would coI e. l his Ix- :+11 .I' II I. I 4 7'' 4 ' ' i '- tt . . ( 44"Vx i,1 I ,,. II !::1'. , f i. r(,1-' of (4. I1, friei.d of hi b41 )lr i d ai t l'ho lad' w i ia, ohew dric l tr ie gappearedt hbulat Eric-. Irrhuy aid he dl any killtul terv an as nic. li4e said he tl Iull lianded outcc 94)o11)' tih l.xts to it con1cert, and Invited his friend to his violin d aneded hear hittl elr. lilson declitouc,, d whea button and for il reason, frankly confesred that itold On ll to linrture to him, and begge to be doned. Inf course, nothing man ore turneld with, but Ore ull made drew his n tacross t t would ct...

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 December 1913

ABBEVILL '.r O , I. . . : /I, *,,l - . 1 . S \ t Railroad Tiinle i,.,l:. - I t " lllll l~ l!ý I\V I s. ! T ., , I 1 N .. .'' " .1 . . .. : th, r1111 .(1ý " . -. ' .. f l l ,l . i t I , 1 " L arc .:1 t * . ': itt tlh ' ·lIc iti- ,r !h 'i fal: -as. - : I t'. Tax Salc. (,1 . i .. ,! l : 'I ., r I ir l i . fIt virtu, i. .t1' i l vtl i, and i":. t , L. . i iv- t :\1) !)t \i,) 1 ', l4n.. .:ita- t: . . i : t i.,., ,'  t .t 1' ." i by law, 411 the fI ,l',,v it.t. ,' i,. i) 1 .,, r: Ehli i 1wtjt: . .a. ".:: 11,tlI h,,,e, itn:d s in tie .l iitioni , f tithe bI 1;' i i' ll rit:t. I,: ., \'i i. ', t t ` .. kf'asn ig ton . we have secured the s1,rv l ic, s of George Clinton, 113. Tax one of lc t'he best of Wash:, -. ington correspondents letters from the national capital are now a featu-e of each issue. S q Mr. Clinton's wide ac-i quaintance with public. men, his long service as a I Washington correspoz dent, and his recornized * t ability as an interesting S writer, means a decidedly attracti...

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 December 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 42. Phone 248. Abbeville, \'ermilion Parish, La., Saturday, December 13, 1913. $1 a Year. FOR THE HOLIDAYS \We have on displi:ty for Volur inspection: The Whiting High Grade Stationer'y. Steel Die Embossed Initial Cards and Tablets. Dennison's Christmas Cards, Tags, Seals, Paper Festoons, Paper Garla:nd, D)corating Crepe,pr Christmas Paer Napkins. , Our Prices Are Right. Verniilion Jewelry Company J. Agenor LeBlanc, Manager. Important Notice The expense of having to pay a bookkeeper: pay for stationery on which to keep accounts, and senling out a collector each month makes it necessary for us to sell goods at a larger urofit than if we were to SEI1,4 FOR CASH ONYI,, therefore, in justice to you and ourselves, we have he decided to SELL FOR CASH ONLY Thereby plIcing ourselves in a position to serve you in a better manner and at better prices. So Please Don't Ask for Credit If you need Furn...

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 December 1913

Christmas Gifts by Little Fingera __- By PEGGY POWERS -- F1F q5 -I-, ;t Ski, C)- -, .' i ,...": . A "'i 1' . 111 1-Doll's Cord Hammock. 5-Raffia Collar Button Box. 8-Match Strike. 2-Thermometer. 6-Neck Tie Rack. 9-Crochet Bag. 3-Doll's Raffia Hammock. 7-A Pretty Bag. 10-Thread and Needle. 4-Card Board Work Basket. 11-Ring Toss. r `~' --------------c S Christmas draws near. to the little folks are wonder- ca ing what they shall make lid this year. They should di know that something made by themselves is appreci ated a hundred times more tl than anything money could W buy. a] As Christmas draws near, the little T folks are wondering what they shall B make this year. They should know o01 that something made by themselves is hr appreciated a hundred times more ft than anything money could buy. ea Doesn't mnother still use the needle as case given her two Christmases ago, 01 and isn't father as proud of his desk el calendar as the day he found it hid- T den under his breakfast napkin? ...

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 December 1913

The League of Lost Causes By H. M. EERT Being the Romantic Adventures of By H. M. EGBERr Paul Lane, American Millionaire A Dutch Music Lesson I ,d I -el ,-cting you (i: Z11 i , .. ,l hl!1l 111 If:t+ A :- , :. I r' l of Ill lllmans : li o , IPark r :i 'a:,,". LonAdon I l .ar o i tdim en a i o t : ' : t o i l h i, i - it,\ t , " ' - - ith I- Nt d, ,"1 ' r .Ii, answ r d i :h so11 .n' S - as you prlobably kno.. Ii, at thie .,azues dl.: a--at by iit ,h n e ss"  P lri n -,-ss (' I l lild ,l' " 11 , Ii "I sa}l '-,rvie In,! t, r .tun ' l h(lll h I b)i li've- thli' only h ,' 1 : r was r.equired by th, Iinlds at r' ' back of the o ,rganizatinh . At air, st was uncaaure of thi s. I threw mny.-lf r aitlh ntht sias; into the cause " -> 'Tha' 'rlntlhusi,.sm of you A nmeri'cans will y, t )e l a, c(: te) of sour coiltr.' th dov f;tll a' a '-n rd Lord ('land, "l i' ll-as.' l,:trdon tlit. int',-rrulion. 'ou found lhin ia ,liITr .ur t:an w i hat '' had betn led to e.xp,,t "Yes. I had h". h n I...

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 December 1913

Louisiana News L oFt . l atj " Ad-i ts Trat He Took Muoey. 1 I , .1; j ln,. ) , . ia I -SN, 1 I, h' p 1 rc1' 1t , 13 't+ l.,I alrr 1 ,,,. , b u, k p't ' hii ' rNa t , L' i ( a t r , ,r t : , 't . m lu T b r I t , ,oli .t. h d i ar t ~ r e l. ,urs sh, F 'ulllr ay- }y " ,. r 1,Ii he atil i '" the rr , L a., nt rf A lar, u,' c,, , i ', I, " .! , Lat, k 'i: l',v(': : Ul{(r1: r.' Is tir[l Itattifln 'tiii *i;t \. Ir a , h. h , pit ibonli- i o) ' ' lhe 't itn , of .:i., hre skil ptl and ias a fuso ti', i.tili his lItcretitly ;, tin. arnie'f, but kept. his wirongdoitig Ia '- cr.t f oiotr ils bride, who wasi a ith hin whel priz. -as atr rested. Aftir r.Lainini with him tat p1lie' headqluj a.hrters *-t era I ihi trs she left for hter hirste in (orriaIil, Texas. null.rs plareitsi resin.' at 11 'ihreath, la.e Islear And varietya. Awards at Poultry Sh1w. Thibotlaux. - ultitudinous suh its agaxhibits thf e Ameriian Sugar Refining, SCompanyn according to recent calc'ultra Show operted its so-iai...

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 December 1913

INT .2LI IUO ri°ýuo~ 1DALL'fiplII 5 or DODO.ri MEADJA SYNOPSIS. (;" ta a .\I:l" r-" n :+ . ar- see a r .. . .... i, 1 in (out of t . ('I It 1 I. of ar l nd fortiive, '. v '' , .. l tu Ith" Mn w aind pasi H'. 1t, t t' a , t o: thll to th ' C'lrr '" t. , " -" f,, n l inti ! t h , o t. tautil ' t l hail . ;I th. st., ll. "", t i s hot,. ne t. " a t n, to i,, (jrl. ndo i4rla t- , Ph- 1:1- flind tthatl t-s.a i'haltion rl itablh. i an ret" hot. whi I t ',Ins le-ar IBroth. rsin of !supll ion. CHAPTER IV.--Continued. "hat kind of a looking person Has the man who took you out.id" last night?" I inquired of Georite. with livy eye still on this furtih e watcher "'A lellow to make yOU laugh A perel-ct character, Laura; hideou sly homely but agreeable enough. I took quite a fancy to biou. % hy?" "I am looking at him now.' "Very likely. l!e's deep in ths at fair. Just an everyday detective. but. ambitious. I suppose, and quite ailiºe to the ilmport.iance of being thor ough." "tie is watching th...

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 December 1913

YOUNG FARMERS FRii NORTH AND WEST !"LE, VISIT TO WASHINGTON Champion' ?o' Co'· rn a::d To'mato Growers Are Handsomely Enterta t the National Capital Along With Prize Winners From Sm. .:c States-Work Encouraged by Agricultural De partment in Various States of the Union. ii' ', . ' t'-· f 11 becretary of Agriculture Houston. and canning clubs of the north,.rn and we sterln stites to join themn in receiC ing diillonias frorm the sefcre'tary of ag riculture.. They also were shown the sights of the capital; their expenses being paid by Individuals and local or state organizations interested and not by the department. There were 12 Canning club girls from as many of the northern and western states and 15 or 20 boys. champion winners of the potato and corn clubs. Five states sending "pota to boys" are Massachusetts. Ohio. Utah. Iowa and Michigan Colorado sent a "Sugar fieet club" boy, who was the champion sugar beet grower of the state and was the sole representa tive of the club work whi...

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 December 1913

OWN WEIGHT MOTIVE POWER New French Timep;ece is Operated by rcrcc cf Gravity and Has No Springs. r '~ · . .:, , ;; " I ' 1: 1 , . t ] its ,,-h as H . t111,:\'i p:o% r. It I. . . I , ij r , , ;2 r :t : , ', k I t h a s S 1 - "r r1l, , --If ,lides .,. - ' ' ' W .1 ' { rc s :h+, .( h ,+, '- : ',t -, ` s' to . I . , ' 1 in . h rite Clock Runs by Own Weight p1 y rat -i;g It ig;.iii to tIl, top of its i port, lirrd,: IIn; n pl r.li;S. Its n chalt.tni-rt i, of tit' .runil.-At; hence It is possible to I;Lakt it so accurate that it wtill k+o.p iperfe'ct time; and this is just what its patentee claims for it. BRITISH MINT MAKES RECORD Number of Coins and Value Exceed Former Outputs Both in Value and Number of Coins. London.-The output of the royal mint in 1912 largely exceeded, both in value and in the number of coins pro duced, .all previous records. Sir T. H. Elliott. deputy master of the mint, states in his annual report that near ly 162,500,000 imperial coins were struck there during t...

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 December 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Puilli-i:{l1d cv.-r ' Saturday in tl ' city of \.1lbRillc. Ia. e! . , t - .r. l .' r , *It. t - I ' , a d ', t S':tt'l£ :l> , )v13.. . , 1 3 :1 Railroad Time Table. J l {.v  .t""" 1,, i';' No. .0+ iot r car, i aves 1 a t , , o 1: r,' ol, ha . t. 1j.?- .. : h. R. Pay Your Poll Tax. ' It woulli he well it. 7you to: caL t oi the tax collt!to: r and ,'I' a 1)1. 3 1 $1. 5"e are told po"Sitiv..lV that the poll tax receipta are the same as heretofore, arnd enrtitle th. e . holder to 1articiapatc in all decc tions. You never know how neces- La your rights at the poll Tax.hen o . can choose the wen who are to , se serve as our plliectorc ervants. T he C. dollars paid for the recCil, t goes to the school to educate the chsamildren. o thle Go to the tax collector and fit a yourself up as a citizen of Ver- tli milion. Tuesday is election day, at which time it is intended thato exercise newyour rlice jury wiat the poll be elevted, at and as it happens to happen, there ar...

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 December 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 43. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, D)ecember 20, 1913. $1 a Year. FOR THE HOLIDAYS We have on display for your inspection:  cLadies' IUmbrellas, ten and twenty year gluarantee, gold  filled, detachable handle, prices $9.50 to $20.04). F Solid gold La Vallieres, prices $4.00 to $7.50. La Vallieres, with dianmond, prices $9.50 to $75.00. Solid gold Bracclets, engraved and plain, prices $12.00 to $20.00. Diamond Bracelets, prices $20.00 to $30.00. Vermilion Jewelry Company J. Agenor LeBlanc, Manager. Important Notice The expense of having to pay a bookkeeper: pay for stationery on which to keep accounts, and sendini out a collector each month makes it necessary for us to sell goods at a larger orofit tOan if we were to SELL FOR CASH )N\IN, therefore, in justice to you and ourselves, we have decided to SELL FOR CASH ONLY Thereby placing ourselves in a position to serv...

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 December 1913

FRAM READY TO GO THROUGH PANAMA CANAL S , tih ,lt w1,k It v ... :-( Ii.' r t u. ¾< Y x I , luir r .\1.a ,i, o w he t d' t, t ofred it . :!h $25,000 A YEAR; iSY MAN WORTH MORE, IN SALARY, THAN THAT SUM? Charles S. Mellen Brings Down Upon His Head a Perfect Torrent of Arguments, Abuse and Ridicule by His Recent Declara tion That No One, in His Opinion, can Be Worth More to Any Corporaticn. New York.-Twenty-five thousand dollars a year-Is any man worth more than that? Charles S. Mellen. recently retired as president of the New York, New Ha ven & Hartford railroad, has brought down upon his head a torrent of argu ments, abuse and ridicule by his recent declaration that no man, in his opin ion, can be worth more than $25,000 a year to any corporation. How much would John D. Rockefel ler be worth to some rival of the Stand Charles 8. Mellen. ard Oil company if the services of the wizard of organization were for sale? How much would a rival banking con cern, or a foreign bankin...

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 December 1913

The League of Lost Causes SH M. EBRT Being the Romantic Adventures of R.Y H. M. ECBERT Paul Lane, American Millionaire The Education of Edward 'I i.,'  1. T, I;1r ', tt nh:td b , 1"r r : j),: I tit t ." o I 'I II "I I;1 . T i. Ill!"r: w", t, h,111' :1)aI; : ) .,1- ! :' '.( l 'ir 4111s IS, 1. lllL' lIt)>* ." 1.)1, hl.. .: I ri't'r. t It say that an il: nlde! , , ,1 i·ei ugettl e' l I monarch, i'tiijg the " ung ftibil t111)I1 the shotlio it'. "W'o (1w ' , 1 1 mul1ch gratitude. Ily lt: aching s i .t l f frl' n lthis criminal league iyo hayv 1 puit o:n end to its activitles in I:ur,,ire. VWhon " the 'Ta'ar withdre'w his ill)iort }ti n ero th.* last prop left. And now- -" "Well. I did think it could g.t me hack myl thronce." sald Malnnuel, yawn ing. 'And naturally I was not greatly averseL to using it as a c'neans toward that end. But now, if yol ill pardon me, a most important a:ffnr of Siiat makes my presence imperative, and so---' "It's curious." )observed King George, linger...

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 December 1913

Louisiana 1 News i GIR. S GiS VE' ;:)UR EARS. Lous .na Jud, U0-e, Leniency. He S:yvs, in Passing Sentence Upon DO-a Murff: Duvall for Life. I i s . r .ti f, , , t, i " , ' t ii lh itor. it ' t hi' ,n ta I, ,"' IIr.' (i ~. ap a l. , :t  , s i , r in D a it h t- trait p ;: el T h e artoFrn'. v t]wi s. e'i,,' o f :l l.al I :. upr"ilne court, thif'h j ,i . ;as rt hteil, r.tuirnable Jan. !7, 1911. .am ,es i vall ' as ( .a 14d for sien Itenc', first. lie ,is n elrvotis :and treombling and statd that i, h1vw l not h ing to say for himself. bult ,'nly im plored the judge Ito be is Iltie-nt a possible in passit seOntrcl(' on his daughter. He wa sstite.(Oned to the penitentiary for ine remainder of his life. The girl nas then called. She was sentenced to four years. In passing sentence on her. Judge Campbell stated that in view of ver dict of jury recommending her to the mercy of the court, he would make the term only four years. She was a little nervous. Duvall was pres ent and, like his ...

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