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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 December 1913

r/ p.,_ _ SYNOPSIS. r .rtr . " . u ,,r : ,I ", n w,. " out of '," 1'!1 71 r . ; 1 , :a,:, ; , furtitvt v. Pon d.+ r b:I, i thm Ii I i it , .mil W l't ; iunti- 'r it, iirim . Tr . I,,t,,t rnitniitcu r an .la tr It. l nof, . Itr, t -i. it r I hn - t F0lt l. rothek r p b oy , w;h ,tn. Tof ' ."l ' d " Misn 'hallonkr e;ll ed h-ru rs lf tA i, cruttr found nloRr th o. gs' n' l'f itr lla d> bellved to be th," wenpnan t~.l CHAPTER V.-Contlnu y. "Does that frighten you? rr you so affected by the thought of blood?" "Don't ask me. And I put the thing under my pillow! I thought It was so -4o pretty." "Mrs. Watkins," Mr. Gryce from that moment ignored the daughter, "did you see it there?" "Yes; but I didn't know where it came from. I had not seen my daugh tar stoop. I didn't know where she got it till I read that bulletin." "Never mind that. The question agitating me is whether any stain was left under that pillow." '1 didn't see any stain, but you can look for yourself. The bed has been mad...

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

BRUSSELS VERY GAY Belgium's Capital Is Ca"lld the ''Litie Paris." Write" Decic-es ' e is V/ell De se',ied, fcr L -~ cn n C:ty. It Is Ver, E;;aot: ul any F..I of L fe. for ' p a .t!, :. 1?. , , ., 2 . ~ .:.: ' '?" " I At ,r : c', 1h :: " . 'YI l3 s s lu tt i cl ' i ,f ,i,, , ' . . '1. oi.!n c o f the gl;as ;a the '' it the I worim.n. Wh, I w,. ,1 , up twi\t timorn- a ing at six ,'iclo k to htk.' a tr;aiin for I ('olognit ao fouind tila' !:l? of the guests had nlOt yet lIift. n The dining roorl cas :aim? ,:illf full d of men anrd aomelrn -- ho likeds-- -I well. rather tired, but vii ;:.ious still, u and they a ere having just one more t little drink--yes. yes- before they a went home. i Itrussels is divided Into two parts. an utpper and a lower section. The i latter Is the old part of the city and the commercial center, where are all the big shops and theaters. In the ulp per part Is the royal palace, the fline1 residences and the govern mu-t build ings. S On the hill which divides ...

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

~C B It" i -'.· "- 4l «.. .Y " e iý , : u - - y ý " + k _ . ý X ' ^ý I'M ' " Y . " c y .. :"i ` j - ..a... . ...aw:.. ., r ",,.. .. '.. iGý ^ 'J 'ch, !on 'hri, ..- eve, w 't be. .tran j ! n1t'. , int th r :o.tan hu b" ,of . v.eir , in the touwns, the h-coi "· f th othe venerabl e o nmarkhet ifty yrs,' ago,w, out in lights blazing on the ti, ,s n, tphe rin, l f thw, wit gabll'd houses. "tt ,with r the spulatp of centuries, thi.n idea tof th ipe:ctsful ( rlrman ('hristmas was correct. lint of one of the burghers of ol;il terlin, returning from making his ('hrist mas purchases on a'hristmas eve. were to be transplant,'d into the roaring hub of empire which his liaupstadt nas baconie, the good man would probably expire on the spot Fifty years ago, when PIerlin was a dirty, unpre tentious, provincial town, with ill-lighted, ill paved t-treets, with a population renowned even in those days for its surly manners and uncouthness, and with the iron hand of militarism unchecked over it all,...

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

º ABBEVILLE PROGRESS lIubli-]hid evitrv S.aturdav in the city of .!,1,el ill, L.t. 1-n', rId .t , , (ii r.,+. att-r M iarch S. 1913. ;:, 1 , : )- w k at \lbb, ill. La. u::,! r, u at ir, hi 3. 1:79. S,-1tC R Ii1 1 ' N P1.\'I S. w ..4 r . ......... I io aiL) 1U. t I ..... .. ) .\'.& C1 .ll,, t1 1- ý, r:::1,d~h .t; .L1? J. \C. & ltrv .'roplrictior. Phons.: ()qi- t :4. R,.il-nce 1 C j .i,.rt ,inii k;lt - I .n' .\A1p liatiti' . Saturday, I )eccvl;l1),r 20, 1913. Railroad Time Table. F A ST 1t , ');N ,. No. SS motr 'tcar. leaves 7:15 a. :i. No. 5h pasas,.nsr, leav,-s 9:37 a. m. Io. 52. mixed,. Ieaves 4:4" p. II. 1FST RIND. No. 527 nmisi. k-aves- 9:37 a. in. N .. 50 pasisengter. lIaves 2:.O5 p. nI. No. 519 motor car. arrive\ 5" 5 p. in. A matter that would he of great benefit to this community would be for the motor car, which leaves here early in the morning, to leave still earlier so as to connect with the early train to New Orleans. This would make the mail service better...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 December 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 44. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, December 27, 1913. $1 a Year. A. 0. LANDRY Abstractor of Title and Notary Public All work promIptly, neatly and accurately done. Mortgage Loans. Temporary office with Assessor. D. L. McPherson HAS IT Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Stationery and Cigars. SPECTACLES---Eyes Tested Free. Phone 106. The Store Next to the Post Office. PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. M. BOUDREAUX Physician and Surgeon Office near Court House Phones-Office 275; Resi'lence 276. John Nugier, District Attorney and Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, Attor.'ey at aInw. A tes 34 @Ofice over amek of Abbesille. 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, . Attorneyt law. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Att...

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 December 1913

MCS1' REMARKABLE ROYAL GROUP EVER PHOTOGRAPHED --- - m- 71 :r . .. . A f k . .«- .; a1 In this remarkable group are the sons, daughter, dauhters-in-law and son-in-law of Emperor William. Back row, left to right: Prince Joachim of Prussia, the duchess of Brunswick and the duke Brunswick. Second row, left right: Prince Oscar of Prussia, Princess August-Wilhelm of Prussia, the crown prince and Prince Eltel Fried rich. Front row, left to right: Princess Eitel Priedrich. the crown princess, Prince Adalbert (wearing beard that be began to grow a month ago) and Prince August-WVilh lm of Prussia. ....................... U. S. METHOD OF PREVENTION IS THE BEST CURE FOR FOREST FIRES Federal Watchfulness Has Cut Down the Devastated Areas From 780,000 Acres to 60,000 in Two Years-Railroad, Light ing and Carelessness of Campers Cause Most of Conflagrations. Washington.-Henry 8. Graves and other offcials of the United States forest service who are charged with the responsibility of conserving by p...

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 December 1913

The Robinson Diamonds An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Rilated by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright. 1913, by WV G Chapman This is the first of a series of stries, each complete in itself. which narrate the tremendously ex cting adventures of Nikolai-a sort of modern Romin Hood who calls h:mself a "leveler of for tunes " The clever device by whict_ he restored the Robinson Diamonds to their rightful owner Is the subject of the present tale. tl':!I ;< 111h .r,' In1111 lio' son11!' i1I!'L :. l'r,,:,, r , that ni- s nor enti. , + .. ss , or ,atlis jn. t wh1'n w"et ttl ',n thi:' we haft put thln ,ilit f our lit \' fort. t.r I lo t Ise' can ' ac-'ount for, tl niwo.i, g ,tip h it n Sir Julius lohil;rn n tr Ml irk: Boy)'(I It happl"ll itl aihard lth- Linlithgow. . . on(e of thi-' h-li r v. ssels of the Atlan tie :t .t ,ir !l. et Th'r.- t w re tit ('li many of i-;. aitl wt. soon b-c'nm It inti mate Th,, man in my cabit: vIas. I fanrived, a Ift-di...

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 December 1913

s1 Louisiana I'News of M , -i .at .'g No Trace cf Young Student. Lure of the Sea Is With Tex. 1 tr, ,w 1.r1 h n. 11 T.y . . ;,nl, ll sL| t r{ 1 " f , l, 1 't' , It 6.11 ['a l d-is h,, l r , rt, , t h \'1!. "1" \,y irxl Sarill 11'1 i , hi . 1. , r , r1 Id ' t, th  I'nit: StI l'tn '\ 1 "i I .tl I. , I ..S. tirn at Niw " rI't ' 'I Ied to b tk i ;. noii ni 1- ''ltl 1 Conl anit i . I I. , ruc  I ccln, dated himi rIl as onI ;, l( Is ' iS" ing lo 't themt, h, wci.l be. a n ',vy ,t .,l I il ain. it i to o ro Lure of the Sea is With Texason. actorll s finith. ~lo;. a Th S, ill, r 'a ilroaii . ! ,'rh , x h\ io, " 1.1 'r ' i ltio ni or abler ihomhar~y' l ur k . I itory six yearsnd the or tint lanrd anuf,. iot agturee with li:il I i 'ora factory ; nd'; d at the United SOnl. ;.y on - fator is still l tion at Nedw ()ear ou Gon ull.a l a -k ed to by takhe ieor aeai. iMurrll ' CoPlantinand I. Ian. ufaturig Co., iin ll dated hiMonday after crushin his dis34. charge papers ': II lie locaited...

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 December 1913

.y:. .TWI , LS 4,' ANN ICII'AI Iý AUTHOR OP "1 HE LIEAVENWOUTH CASE 5 II L.T 1ULCTIWSEINrPI ri_ _ILLUSTRATIONS DY __ c j. OS = em-(fd 191 by SIAETRL SHI1fT ý It1 DODD Sec SYNOPSIS. fit (;etrge An(d'. ro, and wife see a re- ir In:.rk:ll .· Iook'r g nln rome out of th', tl ('leIn ,, t L , I iok around furtively. wash t t.: 0nis in thu .now and pass oil. t 'ioymT,,,l ; trn 'I:'I. ttliln to the 4i rmnt Ol?. tl wi-erI iMfid tilat the beautiful Miss Edithh ' ; ,rnor has falten dI ead. And 'r It sorn de, rI.* s the rman hr saw wash its a hanis t r, r. thi snow. Ti- htl.. j nanager de.i jai. r ImIP to boIe i tnmd' itr-'2hersoni P tt ,1 ialr. tln, thatt atusS Challuner w -as stahtwa d ;lt not shot, which eemrn to (i.". l:r" 1 t.-erson of suspi cion. l;rye.', an aHgd ( I1,t'ive. d, ian ywetwater. his '- t( ttianlt, take up t!. Ciase. "'!1 vy b.iHoe i M i.< ('illier stab+hied herself. A paper ii citittr f.und near thi scene i tragi-ly is I bet.li %,1 I., be the wieapon s.i.? Mr. I hil- l...

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 December 1913

t FARMt ?OOLTRY SOME DISEASES OF POULTRY Care Should Be Exercised to Prevent Unsanitary Surroundings, Spoiled Food and Dirty Water. r]tv if PIl' 4 4ry. It tf ii IN ' Sick blirtds sholi.il be" ri.irovd frotm the Cur, K and d,;'adl one's burlned, in all out lriak of dilr.a ,. % hlii' diarrlhoea of chi(cks i caus'ld by a g, rio al which l i . o n pas e d I . tlh h " l t o I l l, ' c h wc( kl t h ol l * d" th the ,igg. V Is i .L a n d tro" g h r r fn a /h ic h 1c e d Is l, cd I'ed lhouldl b" ti' l luen'!. .w a.il " ed or di iari I with a l iI.t' per (.l it iolutilo of,"i c.arbl.!lic acti it li a a w .- h . r liit t 1n to futn gate you.r i icui ati; r h l turnloi-l for hatchii, g. bt" cart fill ti i ltrdi c i: ,t. It , " birds p e r f , ' ,t l y h , :a l t h \ . ; , ! . , I j o l t lh v. ,l y t o bring dis'ano w ,w h the ( . Th,' d'l . - a-:," <";i l(T; v."i'd . I1, : .'.' caui'-d by a nit' bh'elou rig to th ,' sam.' family of par;i.--ti s t hat (catn-, mangeo inll attll', .hie I. ...

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 December 1913

UEgW YEAT / 7n' rf is eve."r the yeor Lý I t sier tt ni " of in divhlual growtih and J naltional prhspelriuty a than anr rted b u scar ever prmised Individual effort is efi- " couraset i by condi biuns i'nspiring confidrne in r silts, ant d the nation tind. iucanttilte f itr own achievements antd natural blas- 1 r sings to mlisuse which woud conlt tute a national crime. If the inditvid ual and the nation ar, guided by thi experiences of the I.ast as they shoult hie, the new s ear will be marked by progress and irosperity such as ther s ahave never t1wfore ienjoly 'd. t in mind that the individual is the foun taro source of national progress and prosperity. The spring feeds the stream, streams unite to form rivers. and mighty rivers replenish the evap orating oceans. Let the spring fail. '. $ the stream dries up, the river falls. and the ocean sinks below its natural level. So the individual, even the hum blest, must continue his contribution to the rising tide of prosperity, if be w...

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 December 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Publishced every' Saturday" in thi city of Abbeville, La. Entered a; src.U, n clL'j s matht r Mardc 1, 1913. at tl- poJst ,tlict, at .b\ x vil1c La., um.ler at of March . 1!+79. W'h'!;SCRIP'TION R.ATES. ne y ar ................... . ........ Six m,,Iths ..... ........... lit c . . . .... . . . .. . ...ontl. . . All u scriiltiwo ar' la .ale strittlt rsh ill advanlce. J. W . ()'Bryan .......... Proprietor Phones: Office 24$, Residence 132. Advcrti:.ing; Rates I'lom Application Saturday, December 27, 1913. Railroad Time Table. EAST R1O)UND. No. 508 motor car, leave:; 7:15 a. m. No. 5(6 passsenger, leaves 9:37 a. m. No. 528 mixed, leaves 4:40 p. in. WE"ST ROUND. No. 527 mixed, leaves 9:37 a. zm. No. 505 passenger, leaves 2.05 p. in. No. 509 motor car, arýriv,. 5:55 p. m. THE NEW YEAR Ere another issu;c of The Progress, The New Year will have been ushere(d in there fore we take this oppornitunity to extend to all our hearty good wishes fI. a joyous and iiost prosperou...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

ABBEVILLE - VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. N . 45. Phone 248. Albeville, \'crmili Prt17h, La., Saturd:l. I':ntV r 3, 1914. $1 a Year. A. O. LANDRY Abstracter of Title and Notary Public :11 w)ork prompltly. neatly andl e'lirately (hA)lc. IMortgage Io)tans. Temp1cl(rary office with Assessor. D. L. McPherson HAS IT Watches, Chlcks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass,; SStationery and Cigars. SSPECTACLES---Eves Tested Free. Phone 106. The Store Next to the Post Office. fNH."NH N"NfN"N HHN" rNý1Ný.-"ff/. PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. M. BOUDREAUX I'hvsicia:n and: Surgteon )llicvte iar Court house Phones--tlhfice 275; Residenct 276. John Nugier, District Attorney aid Attorney at Law. Notary in oflice. M1\inos T. Cordy, Att, ,r,ey at Law. 'lhone 34 () ice over itauk of Abbceville. I:. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary 'ublic. W. B. Wh-te, Lalver. N,rthi of Cort Iouse. R. J. Labarve, Attorney at lIaw. Notary in office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Nota...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

MAKES HANGES IN CURRENCY SYSTEM New Money Law Displaces 122 Year-Old Code. IS FAR-REACHING IN SCOPE Most Irrportant Law Relating to Fi nance Passed in Many Years-Es sential Features of the Meas ure Explarned in Nontech nical Larguage. I:\: hb I to . 1i ft T nil,- . · -+"'; h' 1 , g t . iatr:k:ng art. unmar jf the Bt tell. i is ' ,ow t t .+ ' e ; h,' . : i t+serne!' n' th+ . f til ,i b iti (i .'t ( t 1 t1i,.l' t I tr - I t'!i i l m ..·1 t,.. tl 13,(',< hit ! o I h , ,iatin i, the r. e t la  irtaI . l anks, excipt to allo' tMr th ' an a -il'rtain ar:iount of rhihir funcote t on farm mort gages. ,t c. hi-f ,' ,rlose" .i to add a I"n . pi -5 .f :' -nit I ,iery to , it'. bankingL t, a lit ha ii ' take rip the slaiC", utu irg the changing brrusinr-ss condi tis of i:i n hmear; that Bill give th. banik a - ltr. to q ii .l t ,o vrt their t, i t? "ash in tni- " . n el, and that wilt li-, ( u ' tui-ral cur rency wlin it is ,.! tneeded:., d r"itire it hen nlillney" b:ecomes'. "clica ,."...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

The Treasure of Spandau An Audi -ious Hazard of Nikolai. Independent Agent, as ,:t lited by His Lieutenant Summers By H. M. :;GHERT I 7. 1, ,: I 5 tr I J ,, ' , . I , . ITIIIIll lq r i In 1!" I. ' tr'Ira ofl I, I *'f It, Y , I` .. . Iý , . 2 i ,N i..:. ' I ui, :l ,| ' (h1`'.1 l' ' ~''" , LI ', : t fitl . ,I ' Ill 1 ' a r , i Iti culat Ad * : , , , ,'r:i n '. . nas rathar (;1' . ' 1' . ma n r r irt iaed A'llt1n or her thing.- '' read that a cargo of shrapnel shells was to h( hurled to Sp: nIOau, tand t ht le to I'i convty"d H i'i the g.is to a waste' territory i ,11 ai' e,. u.s-'d by the goy erlinitit or a.it mantciuvras on a large scal'. Eh xt,'nsiva' firing practice, we lea lllld., was to be carried on there, and. if the French gotvernment did not then come to tirms, the mimic war would be "onverted into a reality. Nikolai was m',. soe on the follow ing day. I think the m.fgnitude of his scheme was now better 'ealized by him. Together we haunted the vic Inity of the freight yar...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

SLouisiana 1HNews Irorn .. tr. r of fhc , ,.; .al Danziger Charged Witi Embezzlement 'X l ' .l~ll I . ` ' I . . i I, i` "t " \1 I i , , I ' i I, ~!, :!11 II' i i clll' lI, S11.11' t'; it' 1 l I I: I i1t I I I " ! 'l Room Shot Up by Roman Candle(. 1 h , l 'I''. ll. I lt 1 I-, . rli . "'l i t l i In 'tt0i 1 II l I t Ih i l . I I* fl't /14 II l' " 1' l, .- tt : :I l1', IIh -i ) t Iit ithli i h wut- ofi tilt it li-' " - i li \ a i 'll . I it I l I'Ii i ll . I ,,:` i .1 Settled Funeral Bill With Guns. l lgg rl' ll 1 Io t: i lil tfor h11 " last ,Ill , it YIo;un Il,' Haroldl,\ )l1d : , t r o\, l l' ' " 1"', Th1 i (ltere tl, -\\t. dI ed i l, tn h i' ui . 'l. hu'it shorit jogr - t hok l1 '- I ilit l t'I " uiiii h lthIIIl oft 4'ri4n i' ha rd itroi- h I, ( hif i, th i that I el . l!1, ttI i hi th .I' ilt It,; III;II 11pistol whe' Wooti n fired on hi witi S, Ra shotgun. buRmnCi . 1 New Orleans Sugar Is Quiet. Anlti ket was qui1111.t Monday anh only light Ill' '. of suppli es, especially of c...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

~~.. iIle $.v ANNA KACiAWINE (GlREG '4 THEt FiLIGQ DALC f1EIOU5L OFD rwilmSPrRnI pNrs ILLUST1RAMfON8 $Y 0 CHARLES W. IROSSE1R CO- ~ cj PYRIGHT 1911 by STREET A SMITH f tnt : 1 D DODD. PEAD M OA 7 SYNOPSIS. (;our:- .\rI.i, n , ! iif" see a re n n !,- Ib. i,",', iI n, , 1 ' i out of the ('L r . , t In , , k arrundl flrti v'et'., '.I- I. I ," !~ It, I.l '- ' i ,,, a stud |,; h ,n ti l id , .I , tt e is tl,'+trl "n the ('1*r .,d'' . f !'h ( i. ll~ lnr \, ! r, , tr. ur .« Th ~ini "l :tnaar ,, . .- r,,, , ,, , " I nD ,1i i ltr.th' rsi, I' ) It. u I TI ti l t 1 1 ' - +' + ll w 4 .1'' fe 'h I t: D . , ,t, -2 tt t, ,,l h. (i, it o r t " . ' , h 'l. , trt.,, t- - l ,,),,I r".. t * 's - uent, ll t:sk,' I ,'ias . Th'y bIli'' '" " -. ('h :t c!iir r -t ,,!., ri . rsel'f .\ p,'i " ,'$ "r v *,uth l h al rw n i.,n .' I '11r ,+ i +nt r t. IN. !i ~t.i h lhf I , r: f nd I 1n thF· ~late~· or TO· nthr 1 l - t lI . nt t ,,,  t tr 'i t' .- i 1 ' hI S i s.: be t itro t1 . i :i.5 d'.· 4 , i -rl ..r i e rl,...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

Uintin hPelayiulPoise Sofl its "inte~fr Ur¾.i v r.iII ··hc: \ · 1; I·;t cf t ,1 r( iii h' -(~ the ", h ghI te I it 7 it iii. I' ' i } i , , Ih · iii -''· : '1ral t r~~ ý ·r r" . .a: ! _. ; ý _ rte . .ý" _. _- T ..r is extractlId all oil wht h i -,'"'ll Hriy :t nIt litt« (I to . r\, as a l'tbrie.. li t tr onle watch.es. clh) ks and chrl lo lll, Il , \\LV it and strang to say, from n, oth. r fruits source cail anil (,l of the' r, qit (rclo15 qualities be ulbtn.ied. Th, ,It rr" heiu - kllh porpoise is hl:ted as sy :ItIeil ' all;. t, +" as the whale used to be. til I A few ear. aL-I n;early a Iiit; . of a million clocks ju-t out 0t their ,kill maker's hands went \rong It wa' t ro not muerly lthat they lost tille butl ith' they actually camt e to a lurll ,top) atlld It would iot \work at all. There w~as n11 tii question about their skilful fabrication Ilhead and assemlblinli. The ahole trouble to at was due to an imperfect lubricant, and read a goodly suli of nlonIey anld Illluch of ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

MURDERED BY SON AND WIFE "Suppression" of the Idle. Drurnkcn Head of the Family Was Decided On. i'ariP A tmall co(nmute near ('rni ! as been theo scene'of a savage cfrimte. A nan. an alleged drunkard and idler, it is true, but, nevertheless, father of ia fatlllljy (f five children, has been :murd, r,.d by his son and wife. The man raas a worrkhinan, and lived with his family at V\'l;Lrs Saint Paul. liis eldest son was nineteen. lie had four other chlldren. Two daughters, still under age. had left theiti h nio beenluse of th.' allterL'd * rueltv and bad conduct of thc.r fath or. lie drank heavily, worked 1lit11, and teirrorized his wife and children. Ills wife and eldest son seem to have conme to the cinclusion between them that It i as hest to "suppress" him ih,' son hon;ii'bt a revolver and 'artridhli s IIi, was prrelar d to "fi: I:;h hii father iff." oin the occasio, r of alls first fresh quarrel. The occasion was not loni in com ing. The father returned in a h i:,! .u ni o r h ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 January 1914

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