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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 April 1913

ABBEvILLE PRO VOL. 1. LDevoted to the Interests of Abbevilie and Surrounding Community. 1 ., 3. Phine 248. : .i , - , -h . t,1, 1$1 a YV . 1 ; '.r u u drA , ; 1i..-t \.\I. C.\1.DS ti --- it1 1t1 \ .tt vl oi. st ., Pablic. \ I h. \Vhite, t N,-rh of C(' ' os S I 1. ],:tl:t v r, t< N t.-t.r in office. _ _.._.-- Kitlchel & JTiilcy, N .ar t,'t; llonse. 1 l N _ _. t I._--w-. t1 (;wr(v &Sn (olcdv, tt .\t ' 1 iWho . It 1.m ".! f1 ,~t.>r' X11 oi oi " a .\ttornes. ..t ITts. SN, tarv in office. If Von arc u-itng our bread, t St1c. i h 'c,' 1:1A\ j1i1,t Ctausi e to " tlijoy your iitcal. I Peerless Bakery. cw Feray's 'Restaurant is the placlt to.giv t 'lr oI trs u for.... Special or iy i Suppers , Big Ben , Should be in every flrrminer's homne. ,ee him in our window mat time ybu "come to town. ir t him greet you "Good Morn.'i" Sli is well worth tmeeting ity, Big Ben is a truth to and reliable alarm c Vermilion Jewelry J. A. LeBlanc, M 'I. We Want Your Business~ You will ncvet do...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 April 1913

I i WORSM T HAY J I TlE MURDERQUT A HE mere name of the Rue . elan secret police has al- S ways inspired a feeling of ( , dread in every honest - American heart. Yet the 1 assassenation of the gam bier Rosenthal in New Y" York revealed a murder- - - comparison. Furthermore, It seems that the rest - -a of the nation, which shuddered with virtuous horror at the Manhattan crimes, has good reason to feel asham ' ed. Compared to Russia, this joyous land of freedom averages more than l three murders to one. , - Worse than Russia by far Is this , country in its reckless disregard for human life; and it is piling up homl cide records at such a rate that even Insurance experts are beginning to r wonder if our vaunted civilization is p progressing as fast as we think. til 114001llar k ,irne l ,llin 1:i i ts | h nts H`;T M ' It t i i nl n r , ,. - %,, r h ' 1 .1 t o v i ol( a t i " : 1 IIh tlhlca of Irui µ.port:nit i hl A. i + -: -" e~r * ,,,* < d '!!min from themn. hi'w.vor. tho IRussian I...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 April 1913

FadVOritC 'Othe st Indlies 4 , A d-j MORRo CA rLL AGO A 'I'T ther very tonuthlern gate if the A I'uited tState-,. lie-s I iu a., the I'Pearl of tie Antill.s The narm.e was ktvn by lthle spa ards, ho.i know what theY were0 talking abollt. For tMeeinl reason 'if soil ofI (clilatti uiba is th.e toest t1 vored otf ;all til- \\'*,st Indaltin IIlands Notl lonly is tlihe .ce,'. ry otf' h. island o'f oi.n l rful ,beauty aildl varis ty, but the pIroducts of he.r soil aire finer i1 cqu;ality thlo the- productsiM of tilly of heer neighbors thoughitli theyl lie inll rc ic'ally i ll', t-amee li' titude an(, t gl ee t the snell!ie things. WVripp-l iup In ('uba Is iimest of the nilitary rentaetie of iour g"nlieratiOs. The war with Spain wias a te ry little affair as wairs go nlowadlays. All the figlltllng that took place hardly amounted to the size of Ia good skit mnlsh in the itusso-.lapanlese war. But It was anll Intcnsely (ldramatic and pie turesquce clnpaigin and it was the only Amlericanl w...

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

Abbeville Progress J. W. 4'liIYAN PHONE 248. A new motto: "Don't take care of pour health-to excess." Speaking of strikes, they have never been popular with ball players. Coal was once used as money. It to nearly worth its weight in gold to day. Nothing but kind words for the ben will do. Fresh eggs are available daily. That new nickel may serve to teach w careless public that a bison is not a buhaalo. The air cocktail, with its oxyget Savor, is the most invigorating drink these days. A New Yorker says that stingy smen are always poor. Now, who wants to be poor? The gross debt of the city of New Tork is $1,082.662,851. This is also a new altitude record. Though the new nickels are in de tnand. they are still twenty times less popular than the old dollar. A 13 cent piece is now recommend d4. We may yet have 13 cent stores or "superstitious" establishments. The Chicago burglar who robbed the sheriff's office is entitled to a Car aegie medal for his high attainment "Resolved, That the...

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

THOUSANDS OF FLOOD VICTIMS TO BE FED DETACHMENT OF TROOPS AID IN WORK OF DISTRIBUTION OF SUPPLIES. CAIRO NOW IN GREAT DANGER Six Miles of Levee to Be Protected Protected and Soldiers Are Aid ing in Work-Levee Cut. SpYri.ncfi.l. I11 (;overnor l)unne and \d tju ,slt ( -e.neral Dickson are piot, lIlr : It, (I(d ItiiI thlousand rIfu .', t- ni tih t Ih Ilod-stricken dlistructs of S.utl,.rn lilnims. GeneIIral I)iiksoO is Il!. i1 liih" to , 1o lto the various refulge tal.s- %ih.h Ihave. been established to dli.trtb ute iulpli's to the ll. A de tail uI'ltl of trolops will aid him in the work Levee Cut Below Shawneetown. TI'u,..da}'s de' h loinle ts. epitonized, folloh I.e ,e ciut below Shawneitow n to allow 'lie \rttr rto (-onI.- in gra dually, in ,ltl rI to ive tI h- town fromi de stunt .Aippeall;i fromi Epiworth. Ill., i it' 'oullfni., for st;ltl to siend miotor b0l,0t- t<( rl'+'+"-Ile I itlrson.s inrlllol'tOIH in thi ' W l;ba h hto ttml ls. 'Tropl, b.irin isenti to Mound C'Ity 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. — 5 April 1913

OH! MY BACK! hF A hirll u 'Irt' ll' txitL Ixnxs. R on. . t'k sftir ''k. k is ':al. tx,, Ssu.i' ix l. ..;"y trubl,, 1,r h, RI fl ' ktdn ,y art' inltarut d a11 | 1 t4%% 1" i"n, I utKixlii K  b1 ,k Ihr i ';s a shxarp twinge that almost takes the C b'ath away. Capt It's hard to work and just as hard to rsft or s,'. p. Irtanll'S Ki1tneY I'ills r, vive slug" g?.hl kidn ,,ys -rli,. ," c.tng st l i', ;xxit i .,lxx"1"t ilxn (if ,xxexk;r lel St.tim,,i:LEAI AN IDAHOj CASE I ... Five I V. I ;'r' I 1." I .. C,.. , i..'.. ,t Any Stre. meI n .,. DOAN' S K IDNEY .in PIL.LS !,_l n1 IoSTr:R.M!BURN CO.. Bufllf l,NHw York IN WARFARE OF FACTIONS ,h11: Snapsi ,t of Quiet Domestic Scene t, When Ri ials Fought for the lit i Control of Mexico. mltd the I I i ; ; l ' ln i n l lell h 1 " 11li l Ih "r'o l 'r 1 "Noi " sii ih, itsil' iand and flthll t " fir l ll. "I \t Ill ,40" (thi , Iix t !I1" \\l'if .1ung ll rItlii III h , ii rl l'r1;sti .xi h1' a ilk I'(i\ln hi: flat I h,, \"NI ,i . .I hhii " sif, ' l ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 April 1913

THE DEAREST BAB. Mrs. Wilkes' Fondest Hopes Realized-Health, Hap piness and Baby. plattshurg, Miss.- " Lydia E. Pink* hem's Vr .tableo Compound has proved very beLneitcial tornre, for now I am wdll and hay'e a sweet, healthy baby, and our hirne is happy. "1I was an invalid from nervous pros. tratn, intdgestion and female trouble. "I think I suffered every pain a n* man c,,ull I,,'fore I began taking Lydia I:. Pink hana's VeIgetable, ('ompound. and I think it saved this baby's life, as I lost my first one. " M' heal:th has been very good eve since, and I praiso your medicine to all my friends." - Mrs. VERNA W ILIz% R. 1'. D. No. 1, l'attsburg, Miss. The darkest days of husi)andl and wife are, when they come to look forward s. a chillhss and lonely old ag'. Many a wife has found herself ine-r pable lof motherih.al owing to some derangement of the femininei systemsI oft.en curable by the proper rcmedies. In many homes once chililess there are now children biecause, of the fact that L...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 April 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS " blih "" 1 S!a:ttnrd::y i:t city of .i ,1". ilk'. .a. the city cour:cil :nd the p:' , ish p)Iolice jury it ill '.AcII app'i tH a conlInlittccl in the very niar future, which w 11 work to: gethir a;:!i devise ;was anli mIcans of ; i..eni:ig ad i:m provin11 the road, just across the riv.er, which .icals into tile cityr, the mncmlcbrs of xthi the hodies clpressing thce:selves favorably in the matter. The road has never beeii known to he good, and has always beeCl narrow, and in raivny seasons it is impassible at times. It is the intention to, widen and properly repair the inlet, that it will never hinder the travel, which is, or would bc,as great as any other road leading into Abbeville. We hope that the work will be accomplished, as it will be a great benefit to all. IGNORANCE OF THE ADS IS A SORT OF IMPROV'IDENCE. A housewife must, of neces-" sity, spend MOST of the family income. In the course of a year she makes thousands of separate purchases. And in making ea...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

ABBEvILLE PRORESS VOL. 1. I)vcoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 7. P h o n e 2 4 8 . .\_ : -, -i l i-ij ,,l . : r- Ih , L a ., "1t u""l ,' , \ p -i l 1 2 , 1 9 1 3 . $ 1 a Y e a r * .:. J. ~**,*:1:****.l**, Not:-' i'ublic. l1. 1;. \\1i.',-, :,rth ~,,lt ( lur flouse. 1:. 1. I.Lal w .1s|to lx at ],aw. ti . .t.. . ..I , ce . \ o, *: . :t I..IA " t.. .t,' .\!1.tr.at r It! office. K it]ic.e ! I :ilt.v, N. r (oit lt4 .. .1 ,,t. "\ Ill of it. :Li.aIt Law. N. .,rv in offire. _ __,..- - J-,,1 N i'r, 1)i-tria ".tl ': v atI l Att,,rnavt at Law. l.itrlr ill Office. I). I" EDEll ICK vwIho caIlin l 's thit Meat Ma rket Opp() ;it Sta:ufter-('-ct:.1'.: .. Store Alwav:; ha; fresh Bc'c'f, Pork, V:eal, 1it'tton and Sittsage. ()ptZu frn al 4 a. in. to 8 p. m. Free Delixccrv. Phone 69. Marriage Licenses. Ambroise Touchet and Lee Bertrand, both of Gucyd:'tn. Ijloi Trahan of Maurice, nad Carnmeite Broutlmard of Lafayette. John 0. I.cBl:'nc and B&.edie Julia Coochl....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

A I TOUR b 1 i. LONDON A lnIndon',r goes to Italy for a holiday, visits Rome, and comes back brimming with information about the cata cn.,bs. ()ne wonders if an Italian. visiting London, learns any thing of its subterranean marvels, for certainly the Londoner himself re mains woefully ignorant of all the amazing systems of tubes, tunnels. drains, sewers, cellars and the lake, which honeycomb the ground beneath his feet, and, compared with Iome's estacombs, are as a child's toy to St. Paul's cathedral. Take an instance in point, says the London Weekly Telegraph. For more than two years, from 1909 to the be ginning of 1911, a considerable area of the Strand behind St. Mary's church was Inclosed by a gigantic hoarding. Literally millions of people must have passed and noticed that hoarding,. but how many- ever gave it a second thought? Yet if they had chosen to Investigate they would have found that it inclosed an Immense shaft lead Inl down to one of London's greatest deIas--a huge, l...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

So IETHIN(i LiTLE ONES HOW BILLY FOX TRICKED MR. WOLF By CALEB B. WHITFORD. t t ' . ; r , , t , ,t =a l l 1 i g h t . , h e n hb . , r Itl -1.0 his 1:' 1 : d-;(I th. x. i dolo 't f h;tving a ra,, rithh the i r: i h,'c iit e e I have b,: , I: a l' aI ,: tI I ht. ati d I had suchb :, .. lit, :a k i -t I don't i .eli, vy I c 1 ,, ll' -* y far al had of them. TIhI- I. f ihat I t for staying fit 01o lai' I ~uglht ti, have hoin t home Il:, hoiir agEo. Intt it \won't do to be hloalI' aroull rd hire. I must gt husy and fo4ol thi., htounds some wary." Anlt tl. ox it' lumped uip on ain old stote wall and rln a little way on the ston t on th hI jumped away off to on sil,' as far as hi could lsap out ito1t a pasture where there was a l.ock of sheep. i1e ran as fast as he could to the sheep. Of (ourse they ran away, but thth 14tx overtook them, and. get ting right in the middle of the flock. ra, with them to the other and of the pasture, where he jumped the fence and ran toward the big woods....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

Abbeville Progress J. W. ('.litYAN PHONE 248. The new nickels are no easier to get than the old ones. Our idea of the "perfect" gown is one that can be wished on. Hasty marriages are proverbially likely to lead to long repentance. Many men take their work more seriously than others do their loafing. Lipton cannot lift the cup, but all true sports lift their hats to Lipton. Get busy. Did you ever notice what k hard work it is to keep on doing noth- k in? t A California scientist says the sun i a magnet. It certainly does draw attention. A Japanese expert has arrived to study the New York police, Possibly for points to avoid. Adding insult to injury is where a man asks for a light and then blows = the cigar smoke in your face. $ Now a scientist has risen up to say that cheese causes appendicitis. But some cheese can do worse than that. , 1 Insects have one advantage In that many of them mature thirty minutes Isater birth. Some men never mature. $ Disapproval of the design of the new ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

'I,· if'c tmShe Shall Never MW a Man of Your Sitamp." SYNOPSIS. George Percival Algernon Jones. 1vie president of the Metropolitan Otesid Rug company of New York. thlretting O romance, is toIn Cairo on a business te. Horace Ryanne arrives at the botd I Cairo with a carefully guarded be* Ryanne sells Jones the famous holy IU ordes rug which he admits having stee from a pasha at Bagdad. Jones mes. Major Callahan and later is Introduced M Fortune Chedaoye by a woman to waM he had loaned 150 pounds at Monte Cbs some months previously. and who tua out to be Fortune's m6ther. Jones taes Mrs. Chedsoye and Fortune to a ple game. Fortune returns to Jones ti money borrowed by her mother. M50 Chedsoye appears to be engaged in eses mysterious enterprise unknown to the daughter. Ryanne Interests Jon,-s Itn o United Romance and AdventUre eS pany, a concern which for a price d arrange any kind of an adventure to ep der. Mrs. Chedsoye. her brother. Masw Callahan. Wallace and Ryanne, as ths United...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

A HIDDEN DANGER It iA a dtuty of "frrr the k'izt 'y3 to) rill `l thi blood of uri t_ arid. un lrrittitd j - poirson that is can ta tly l'forming ill Whi'n the kid it.i fail, uric actid 'ausui2, rh',uniattIe_ : or h ur t 1!: ; i' ; I :,, Ks ,ln. " I "C e f ill- h, ll thi . kil  . I ii II -- il, i ifl In I I:Ir"'I -hit "4 r khtic : c ,!:t d "I I' f'irosI luhcr k:h' ' aiiid I nurinary ill. A 7Montana Case t % I t . t'-I - a " , I.'hs LD 1 .ta b.r.,' FOST U . 4. R .ffo I - ,, rr,11 " ,. .,1 3 1" , . h Wl'. "N. U.1 , HOUSTON, NO. 15-1g13. 1 . i , ,ii.,11.)u .I"l' i, t l " 1t . I. lhl , . ii. ,. l X i I t 441 W. . ..HOSTN, O.15-113 4 e 12 an1 f!ll 1 y .spir a 2ine line o An open 4onf4 s airs IIay be goo'd for the smaul u)tit its uapt to disillure a repu'lati4n. Many a ian save' monel2 y by not u:inh K t0 lha'e ", but it is d1ll1fil' If flthe Inollney has the l ti e.' so.otl hing effect, Must Be. "ls he S.nUkiOng good "No 'questionl of I. lie can get coal on credit." -DetroitL free Pr...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

W. L. DOU. LAS ,s3.OO $"aI' 4 & 92 UWT 4-a2 AND s6.0 SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEt4 5.LVWSr.. BISTBOS SHNO)ESl ntheWORLD $2.00 82.50 and 88.001. Thtelargesrt unkers of i·~~ Iti/r, as Men's $3.50 and $4.00si e shoes in the world.· Ask vonr dealer to show )es '%. 1.. I l)osmga. 8.tna. p45 .4 Mi nla',ea. dust as good 1 5gyb r.o. a to f 0 W~ww tit and wear as othber s3s1.- %hoe inal th.' only difference is tb. qelet r n all e' ;' leathers. stlswi avd 5k,0ssI. mtlt avrg oalc yo ai W + for outrself ries at Itroebkton. `110804 shes are [na Il, how carefullyJ W. L. bCIIY are warranted you woulld then under~trt./º vil wer tofitbet er, ook ."ttr. `I" oger thou any other the1iit 1 te p arice. otrv" from' the faniort WOMý B t0,1Im " fQ '. ýh~r. for"Very m-IT. gof 0M l11101e l. nled r'I~ 1'.r N Pr. wlr· to o . 80 nlrr by ,ad, $.0 that I '. v Ital. It w1g!am l .rrs r r o TAKE NO ett loo yucn$.tstc %h'.rsfU~ ,re nI oto5, *tIIPty gmurtCIastC Sea CA~tSWY TI W. I- D45e0,.COT DISTEMPER taoly: The·l k-re...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 April 1913

i~-':jVi LE PROGR-3S 3 tA . . .. ,i f -If i c 1 . .: ,i t h 1i (. t it l (, "cl:.S CO I \iit ti u i i1t it V ", : 4,:3 i t ,,ch. 11. t1111 C zc IC ,,1 . a put life nd S p ,.t; Io ~;5; i1e t rtlc iic E ili'C ro 111, 1.,1 t , f ' " r mIt Cl" t: l tat .h t th,. t', 1 c , l.. d n?-(r, t 1:)C e '' lt. l ( T \' non-rogra1-iive twnel" C tC", cit"i , a; rule, it\te Kt c'p. 1ii in aork ( nI g iticix , rnc (!>iC 5 wion'.et e' .ist e- L T'her''e is no spirit for a1ir t.re- to cre bakti. n aild it- F ,1d bij fr uselilt to uni tur heupm thr fr e citizens of town wast to waste telvir energy and time . w wi th in ctionl politics, for :ere sare too many opport'n- , There is no excuse door of ever R. town waitino be backward and wait- d or for the citizens iof any town A to waste their eergy and to- is a country capab~le of producivr C with factional wpolihat itcs, fori work to assist in this grea There are too m any opportun i}':e lying at the door of every R.w' build town waiting for actio...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

-ABBEVILLE PROGRE.1S VOL. 1. 1) votedntt~ to the Intecrests of andVllr P~ Snrr' \ ·lt rCing Commumfni ty. O.a Phone 248. Nci .\1d.vi·k~ \'r]i:i , A; 1913. \V. ]. 1WVhite, I. ,wcr. North of Court lelHo. R . La,:ull:vc, .\ttlornt at 1aw. Notary in OIL J. (). Brounssard, Attorney at Law. N,,tirv anl Alnitractor in Kitchlcll & Bailey, .1ttlorti '. at Lraw. Near Court Horel (ordy & Gordy, .Att ornl\ v at ila w. Notary in off. (;rence & (;Greene, .\~trne ys at Law. Notarv in o05c. John Nugicr, I)itrict .\:t,ornc and Attorney at Low. Notart inl 0"rC. F. J. Samnson, Attorey at lnaw. Not.ary Pakic. A BANK ACCOUNT insures an eds cation for your children, a bsiiaeS startedl for them, a tbtter chance thee .o harl, antd their rec]xpct and lore because you Ilhavce not tegll.crted them. M1akes you a lx tter a itizen. for a c0rtry is- ric'i" onlyu as its peoplhe save. Start today. Ope.n in bank acost tith the Peoples Bank & Trust Ca Deposits from S1 up accepted. J. K. Lambe Will ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

Abbeville Progress J. W. (,'BRYAN PHONE 248. It's the bill, not the bird on daugb. ter's hat, that interests daddy. A boy's idea of a negotiable asset t anything he can trade for a dog. What do astronomers and calendar makers know about spring, anywau!r A pretsel is beautiful, not only in Its shape but in its keeping qualities. a The brih-t colors of the bluebird I seem more popular with this season's tl spring girL a e A member of the new French cab- C Inet is named Louis Klotzs-yes. the " French cabinet. Milwaukee now has a hatpin ordi- b mance. Men are gradually coming v into their rights. Nothing so disgusts an elderly woman as a younger woman's treat ment of her baby. An English servant remained with the family for 70 years, probably be. ing too feeble to quit. A hair fraud in New York involves a large sum, and there are others that don't involve so much. The winter may have been unduly mild, but it is to be said for it that it was an easy one on the poor. By the way, has your ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

CHIUDRUNA PIN MONEY FOR BOYS Seeds for Planting Should Be Carefully Assorted. Time for Performing Task Varies Aoc cording to Latitudes and Seasons -Onions May Be Put in Earl ier Than Other Plants. itHy KATlI -:t;"NI; ATIII:ItTON rItIM.) If th re' in one tite of the year that is better than all the rest, it is the time' when the seeds are put into the grountd. The sweet, warm air. the sunny sky. blue as a million tur quoies, and, more than all, the smell of the fresh, moist earth, all seem full of joyful promise. No wonder all the poets blossom out in the spring; evens a horse block could write poetry- if it could Now for the planting. Your ground is fit as fit can be see how me'llow and warm it is' - your seeds are care fully tested and ported, and each klnd is tied up by itself in a little cloth sack that will not break if you c(arry it in your pocket. I said your see'ds were sorted. Are you sure' you remembered to do that? You shculd have spread theim all out on a white oillelot...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

GERMAN ROYAL FAMILY GROUP olten and their little child. tlrs is the latest photograph of Prince August W'llhelm. fourth son of the emperor of Germany; his wife. who was Princess Victoria of Schleswig Mlolsteln. and their little child. PRINCESS IS A "FAN" ,Marie of Sweden Roots for Hus band's Team. $econd Son of King and His Wife In troduced Great American Game of Baeball as a Summer Sport in the North. Stockholm. - Prince Wilhelm of Sweden and his charming wife, Prin ees Marie. a daughter of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrowich. uncle of the esar, have become baseball "fans." with the intention of interesting the officer of the capital and their wives in the sport. For many years the prince has been rated a keen football player, making his fellow countrymen realistthat the spring and autumn months should be uttlised with games, as well as the winter days. when skiing, snowshoe sag and skating are the pastimes. But with the advent of the last Olympic games In the capital came the great Amer...

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