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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

ABBEVILLE PROE G VOL. 2. I)evoted to the Interests of Abbhheville and Surrounding Communit',. NO). Phone 248. i , ili , .,, l. $1 . S a ... . . .. . .~ ... . ... . . .. . .... ..... . . .... . . .. .... .. . . . . .. . . .. . ..... ..... ......... ., , Canal Friom TIche to \'Vnuiillion Wmuld Fonnil 1 Fine ConneCcbting ,, Litnk hitte(lay flee retin ee aj er S cleelti, of the I'rUited States d(.1 arteeiit elf Fý. E. G iraerd. Manag2er \1I I ii, I. P. C~louil, aicd 1'. V. Meieituege, eel IafaVette", iiafIe a trig, dwi 11the Vermilion bheVeei to thi% ('it%, in order to demolnicistrate ltIe fca~alhiitv of establish ing ae regutlar r~te:eintli x a boat service betrcc Ie Lfav.ettr" aut New Oriccans, anc d also teo ascetrta ie whether the route oef I ittrcatia'41l canal niilight net Iet ctitahly hie modified by making tce olf lice I Veri'tioiiee bayou. Sentt.'in cs in Listrict (. Are A \rc in the district coumrt, auul Judge \IV. P. Edw.ard, sente.nced the fol lowing: Clievis I).sk rmtealS,...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

WAH STRENGTH OF THE NAVY IN SOUTH \W a. h n tr i N t.er hIe 'ire in thIe so nhled nbiout Cub ia in tho w er with hivtrr, of *:h, :i;iren has thi :trevigth Slpain, but the' navy of 1t.*N had not of the na.o b ,on 'howr. as It i in the fighting .-trrength of the navy of Mexli 1I ,r, , a ;ta A gre.ater pe'r- today either in numblr of vessRPl, In ('Ptlltie, of -:;. i i" I htiniairiis wi,'re as- tonnlage cr in gunI ealibh'r. The taur ere" "t-gth  lich the T'nlteld Sttras will have In Mexicran waters withIIIn a fe'A iivs r i ,,>'1pel conmpliance with the demands oif this govern IllmlItt :nay It;i is h. - urnrnarie'Id. On East Coast. On West Coast. Battleships ...15 Transport ... 1 Armored cr'sers 3 Tender ....... 1 Cruisers ..... 4 Mine depot ship 1 Cruisers ..... 2 Supply ship .. 1 Gunboats ..... 2 Fuel ship ..... 1 Destroyers ... 5 Fuel ship ..... 1 Destroyers ..!15 Hc'pital ship.. 1 Gunboat ...... 1 Tender ....... 1 Marine transp't 1 MEN AVAILABLE FOR LANDING PURPOSES. On East Co...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

c- EDvARD PARD1 3iALL WITn PMOTOGRAPNi \ ROpm.v TolV PA Or GEORGEM.COIAN FROM 3CI[N IN TE PLAY SYNOPSIS. Jackson Jo:i. :, ,. 1 . ..! 1:: : because of h:s ,. i: 11 - N ew i t in { ,t r,,4=, ,r". lotis t t ai t t , fI ' ' .: Jon.svflle. Atn.r J J . . 'I. Very anrry b,., , . I .: . . , fator" In !, . . ! ftaO ..'r' tn'*:. . J .1 - ;,.t: w .,.! . fortt.r r . i, . '. :n ," . :. 1f.. , fav rnt, slr. 't In \ N. 1, ittih I -r ,tt h,` r :, tr oub l. a I, . ,,y s  u te h,,i, ~.2 l tI y- : r .. it , f r' - N r York fri . l,. a ld tho.f r. i , ,r t..h of friend.hip he- r.gtainid the .e T ir of the room. looked about him ais if curi grand lnl!, l. l which he- I t'ied his elbow ith a nestline s.earch for coI Tort whih seenend to inilite a fir - decision tlo han against the instrument and go to au-,p without delay. This would nIt do. for- when his slhrier became deep he wotuld be sure to lose his balance Rankin saw theR deep ne cessity for rousing him from his inten Lion. "Mr. Jones, Mr. Jon...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

AMERICAN MARINES HOIST UNITED STATES FLAG AT VERA CRUZ FEDERALS OPENED FIRE ON MA RINES AS TI-'Y LAND. KILLING FOUR, WCUNDING TWENTY. TWO HUNDRED MEXICANS DEAD Marines Seize Customs House, While Bi3 Gurs cf Warships Rout Mexi cans-Americans Were Fired on From Roofs. Americans Killed. The first Americans who gave their lives for their country in the Mexican trouble were: Coxswain Shoemaker. Corporal Haggcrty. Seaman Pouisse:t, all of the ba' tlisnip Florida. The fcurth man is not known. W ashinctom.---- ti,,rtine a1!11 blue jackets of tn Anlric.an uiay Tue.x day took thei custom hol-e : ! t Itar-:. section of Vera ('! u i\ il; lo-s of four killed and tweniity \\ . ,Id The loss of the M-exi..c, - trriren i i estimated at two hundred killl . ' lhii was the first .stiJp it tihe proi rm;ii ol reprisal by the I nited i;tt, a ga:ilnit the IHuerla govi-erniment tilr" thlii- arret' of A.nierica n bilueja;k.ts at 'TarI'lpi-c and other offensew "aliainst tlh rilicht and dignity of the I'ni...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

UNUSUAL VIEW OF BATTLESHIP TEXAS 4 4 ~ ... ... ......... was -bout to pass under that structure on its way to the navy yar. . .r*`. "' ~ ~ ~ .- ··- ; >.-. " " ".: " 1/ "ti e;arjb- 2~ (tga~ of~ thbthi)Tx nl a'.nws eo iF:t, dranu"h.: taT n rm th ·oolv :brdt s hevs ! wa abou to pas ut~dt * thtstutreo tswy oTt,ty a MANY TO EXHIBIT Frisco Fair to Have 28 Countries at Exhibition. England and Germany Still Refuse to Take Part in Panama Exposition Tremendously Big Naval Pa rade is Planned. Washington, D. C.-To date 28 for eign governments have signified their intention of participating in the Pan ama-Pacific exposition at San Fran cisco next year. Notable absences are two countries which heretofore have been most liberal exhibitors at all American expositions-namely., Great Britain and Germany. However. there is every assurance that even if the governments of those two countries do not relent at the last moment and recall their declinations there will bethousands of British and German...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

TORTURING TWINGES Munh so-rcalled rheumatir m is c ,:ý, ! by weakened I:ulne',vs \. el . te. k.i neys fail to ..:sar the blrl io ur:: at.j!. the acid forms into crystal, like bliti of broken glass in the munts i s:., and on the nerve casings. Torur ::r o pains dart through t* a ,ffec' l ,t p .. !.enever it is In Ity ci' tog tik e t kineys, ID an ' , !ney ':is hac e.aed thous.! " i rl, nmaic c -.' , lumbago, . gra el, nuuralia and urinary c . clers. A SOUTH DAKOTA (AeL ^ orr P 'itr Four h,. i,. sars r . i. . rii - it: .. . r.,R g 1 1 :a t . up ,a rk I tl I t .o 1Ii.nd art :.l an.d S.ra per'ýt tl 1 p, Ils. Dorn a n Kidn' II .Is acted like nagio In driving away the rh urnm tim . It 0,,_'n Ib ' 1 ir entir,'y and 1 ~ ' Ihaven't 1it! fi at tack mince." Get Doea'. at Amy St re. See a Box D OAN'S "PILL?" FO'3TER.IIBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Didn't Seem to Do Any Good. L Tommy w.ias illa ring in the garden, .1 when he hall,,rndl to lnotic'' that next . door's blindls 'a.,r rdrawn do n. L "Mo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

SHOW SMALL PROFIT Il Returns From Rented Farms Only Nominal. tit pt Agricultural Department Refutes Be-1 ' Itef Ruralite Residing in City and It Leasing Land Is Plutocrat- Corn Belt Data I. Given. \a:.htngion.- l'opular itr'lt that the t farm ownA "r who li i+' to th,' ill, y and rent, hl. farmt is in the l,Ins with Ipr.it ,lltI liltt -rats was gt 11, a se v. r- jioit ill a buI llt ii just i' l ul d b. l thi, r d.il ,itt ,.nt Or f aerit lt a wich .Ii sho t'. t ti e ,r!,i r(1 4 tlr frhtt, o n renb. tll.i t, .ity t! i ' bu t t. ,.r i allot rn the innti.i ll alt h l f , f r.l' otf pr , ,I ts. In 11'.lt ,;lu." u of farm alni agr· emllrent r which diet t ln inpd these fact, t tt.-lr,. th several hundresil d fairlr Inl dianatiri. Ith States li the corn bell t weret ch. osen brC'ause they excel almst all other re- a gians in ` .,alth of farm products. in this s ct ll;tn llod.,rnl Inlachin, rv, with more horses anld fewe.r lien, has tade the farm less than lu all 'rr .; an "in .;ficiei...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 25 April 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS l'uldis 'd every -.iturdlav in thl city of .\1,1,c'. ilh. La.:. linter.',l j- -. , "tt ,I 1:, ." in ..t :" t .n 1 I. ,S "i1 t. I. II'TI J : .\TI't. OFll kr\1 . h ea 1 I t al ihlt I4 1 t1 l ,th silnl ' t - ilrt .All si.ul rf to"it .,.t 1.4.1. 1( ,- t' I t( 111 TRailroad Time Table. " ti N .'1 7 1; "11tii l'lE . ' Pl.i" ,': 444n :+t, i. N1 t. i, nl 1( . lI. 1. th, s I tl 1 .1 ("1 t `ii p so. (, tlhi, .\ ar . b i',,r 'i , s ll 1.. SI dI l 1, . I pt t, , h. 11.1 it v. l 4. 1 ", t. " Iii Rifflrand, TITe.hl\ i ho. has niot, iraven te. su l c nore study tlha n to o1pserve the to universal r"vililn e of Nso. . 5 ertisitil. haold sa 1, ''It'si cNss of his enterprise it is the No. 9test scit ear, ' c narr te r. . i- . iAT IS 1hip. A 1d ETISIN is sals Offsip and, t al ult ipic .tion who hias not .,ien the sujlb ct tlore study thand, is tohe serve theA. to ver. Foxtisi would say, n r"It to the businessnj .in lctricwho hasn- c fthe actproble of makn o a Chic- t con. Stripped ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 May 1914

_ABBEIE PRVILLE VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbcville and Surrounding Cunmmunity. NO. 10. Phone 248. \l.villc, \'rm Iyi, Ib. L... .tunltv. May . 1 . $1 a "Joan of Arc" The Maid of Orleans A Gigantic Production by the World Special Films Corporation A Stupendous Spectacle in Five Parts VICTOR THEATRE Sunday Night, May 3 Prices......10c and 20c Five Athletes Go to Baton Rouge .' fir State High i Schools lially The track t.aun of the..\ll,bviile w" wish our ha's god luck in Shigh scho,,l. acoi ni " ' "I Prof. ih" ir .ffr, at tli. r:lly. S E. Al. Skilhman: l,;'t T'l'urlyi:l for 'I'T ::hlttte' oin: \werc Isaac Baton Rou.ae to l,.rticil,:patc in the l 1):rke. Fcrr:naul I.,lchla : ;see,Craw State IIiih S'ho l i, 1n!%'. Ovcr +,tdl R"o-, Fernand .Iutatlle and 639 ccoutttt:lt-, are t:r.trdl, awtl ":.,mrv l-hlhcrt. J. AgeorLel' M.n ager s amonds Wa; ches, O"; C!ock's, Statioyery aT liit N t h mo!'.lld pri. P)t e a'.' r:' t. J. Agenor LeBlanc, Manager. T ypew i . rp " ". ;ý for t y r It...

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

STRATEGIC POINT ON VERA CRUZ RAILWAY 4 ,. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - T'hi.s is ,zI, of iht. I w bridges otn the line of the rail ay trout Vera ('ruz to Mlexico ('ity, the control of which means much to the suecess of the American troops. The bridges are only a few miles from Vera (Cru, and their destnirtton we hl -(,rlously hamntper the mot'torent toward the capital FIFTH BRIGADE EMBARKS AT GALVESTON , GENERAL FRED FUNSTON The Fifth brigade. U. S. A., under command of Brig. Gen. Fred Funston, on Ie way to the transports at the Galveston docks, where it embarked for Vera Cruz. In the brigade are about 4,700 officers and men, comprising the Fourth. Seventh, Nineteenth and Twenty-eighth Infantry., the Sixth cavalry, one battery of the Fourth field artillery, a company of engineers, a company of the signal corps and an ambulance corps. BORDER COMMANDERS AND TROOPS . . . ..i· ti . i ± j :A . .:C£-...;2 ,+, :; . , tieth United States infantry, now on the Mexican border, and somo of ...

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

SPDWARD MA3RI ALL YITH PMOTOGRAPHni FROM TCENE5 IN THE PLAY FuOM TIT' pLAY Of GEORGY CIM.COIHN L (---R/C -- - /9d3, BY I--rr/mM WYpun; e SYNOPSIS. hu: I1itL Jackson Jones. nicknamed "I'rona.!w:Y" hinm because of his contIinuatl aIorittal 'n " .ve New York's great t l.riughfarr,. I ax tous to g't away; fr.r:, tI, , rn.- t1 ,t. Joneeville. Abner .Jo,.ns, his uncl', ito trvyi very angry hecaus. l:radway refuses t., settle down and take. a place in thie gal factory in whn-I h1. Huikietded to I is polt father's inter.t Juige pomtswnoo in- stin forms itroaa.cov that $-50t1O. left him byS'till his father is at his disIp..al ra,:Ltwav I aga mnakes record time, in leading .or hit' Ar favorite street in N-w York. Wt his "A New York frl.ndl. It..1-.rt Wallacr.", Prart!- t way vrlore a sn'a:tihyn It his extriva- .. flanrfe on the White 'Wa Four y",ar " pass an, Itroadway suddenly di(srover "' that hir i+ not ornly broke, but h.ta l t. It,. debt. lie applies to his unIel for a loan ilad: an...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 May 1914

PEACE MEDIATORS BUSY---NO SLACK IN WAR PREPARATIONS Pressure From Germany, Great Britain, France, Chile, Brazil and Argen tina, Advising Huerta to Accept Has Its Effect. OLD GLORY FLOATS OVER VERA CRUZ General Fuastoon Arrives With His Army-- Refugees at Galveston By the Thou sains---Getting Americans 0 ft of Mexico. PREPARING FOR WAR. Washington.-Hope for peace yet no slackening in preparations for war-is the spirit the United States now in the Mexican crisis. President Wilson, hopeful, though not confident that war may be averted through the efforts of Ar gentina, Brazil and Chile. is ap , proving orders for the joint juris diction of the army and navy over Vera Cruz and vicinity when Brig adler General Funston's army will reinforce Admiral Fletcher's forces. t Washington.-The Mexican crisis now is centering on the issue between 1 those who are seeking through the u good offices and intermediation of Latin America to find some middle F ground for pacific adjustment and d those who...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 May 1914

CHAMPION TAKES HIS CADDY TO ENGLAND Francis Oulmet, the American golf champion, and Eddie Lowery. his favorlte caddy. whom he has taken with him to England. where Ouimet is practising up for the British championship. Noted Feudist Dead Randall McCoy, Afer Turbulent Career, Dies in Bed. Desperate Deeds of the Hatfield-Mc Coy Factions Enacted in the State of Kentucky-Early l cidents of the War. ioulbville, Ky. - Randall McCoy, nonagenarian and one of the leaders of the famous Hatfield-McCoy feud, which for years terrorized the border districts of the states of Kentucky and West Virginia, died at the home of his grandson in this city recently. bieath was caused by burns which he suffered last fall and from which he never recovered. The life history of McCoy is the his tory of a period when the reign of law was forgotten for many years. The original trouble between the McCoy and Hatfield families began during the Civil war, when Harmon McCoy, broth er of Randall McCoy, was killed by "Ji...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 May 1914

SWIFTEST AI!ERICAN CRUISER, THE CHESTER ~x-·· 1 i- . i t ..:: , ... ·-i,. • - . y -'ý`.. `: i ~14 2 ' t / : i ! . i ' i.'Y . :. : . , -ce ; 4Y S.• .. , • • • . . . :./ . .; ..   "- . ... :.: Q t... . t wý . - ec~, '-~~ I---t The Crweer Chest r. 1astetst of its class in the Americani navy, took part Iin the shelling and capture of Vera Cruz. SBROTER TELLS ABOUT FLETCHER dl Career of the Rear Admiral Who 0 Took Vera Cruz. m YEARNED FOR SEA WHEN BOY Forced to Remain at an Executive Desk During the Spanish War, He tc Became an Expert on ai Ordnance. Si Chicago.-While Admiral Fletcher, who captured the city of Vera Cruz m Tuesday, has never resided in Chi- b eago, he has been a frequent visitor to here at the home of his brother. Thomrn- It as J. Fletcher. 5237 Cornell avenue. The latter is treasurer of the Co-op erative League of Chicago. J. Fletch er, a son of the Chicago Fletcher. is a lieutenant on Admiral Fletcher's flag- P ship. "We Fletcher. do not come of a sea- A fari...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 May 1914

10 "CRIMINAL TYPE G So Says Man Whose Ranch Is Run by Ex-Convicts. _Ca Whatever Difference There is Between Convicts and Free Citizens is Al most Entirely of Degree and Not of Kind, He Claims. According to FPemont Older, a San Francisco newspaper man well known on the Pacific coast, who has studied WE crime aild crirrlnat s. crimin llr:r is the N result of an attitude of milrd that may be dlue to a nurllmbr of causies. but there Is no suclh thling as a criminal type of rms. M1r O)ldr has established a bulr au thtrough llllih ploymwent rv js sobtain~erd for *,x-'onuvel't. The work on his own ranch in ('alifornia is man aged by a onle-time stage robber, and lmincost till of the ranch -nemployes haveoi been In prison for offenses from petit thf larceny to burglary and highway rob th bery. "Many persons seem to think that oibi the men in our prisons are a distinct class different in several essentials the froml any other class." says Mr. Older. "They seen] to think that convi rts a sh...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 May 1914

ALEL"LiLE 'C 'is REh ' City (. . 1 , .P h :. .... . ' % (-!. .' i t". .: --- ---- - - - . . Railroad Time Table. aN o). 5'.S t i-0,l,` :, , . 1. 4.1,) :,, . , l\f ' :.ST 11"!t1 : No. 't7 : iwi We like shio t. t iurt ,,1ilS and in this .Adu: c'ed like t a sensible 1id- ell a t a bachelor a..d :cL;:c to "i'm r himself a mrricd man. ii c appears to ) , p,),d the c question i:' . ' .ll i.t:', after mneetin ',: ,1,. ad I she, without liirtati(n oI ( i-i ness, gave him a ki.s and t herself. O(f that iir>t ki's ii i1 the world we h:.:'<e hod u:- i ,own thoughtll, h,,e:cr, and:1 t somectilmes in a p.:..tical it(o,(id wished we were tl:e man that s did it. IBut the dee: is done. The chance x:, Is .\1u :::!i's d:i . le ilnpr,(veicd it. W\ e like tile .in, o; u t- ' ting marric, in a a:rd :. Adam's was private. No cn- viious atiulltS aid gru"tin. grandmotheir.. The bir, f t the heav\c;s were the m1i'..trl,, and the lad kx" hung it., light on thc zen,'. Some fuol:s feel like their 1...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Ah1h ; 4ill a., a., Ma 9, 1914. Local News Items It J u'; tpe t Iter he. ;tifeet tht pnsi t:en1 .., a~n.lte,.e~r ct tihe t .ue~v(Ianinte I. t'ii.1xi ew t.tt to mlcove toj that i~l~ler ithii thme. nex'ct I.v we.-eks. 11. feer-' oeen re-port )our no ie.h!uir tothe !:P..Atia eettieer ie esre \on hav~e per t. rlifeI 'our elite. first lit the nrieentiine t.. I the. ,fiee. V. ?e the it- killer. Tie ieite-?je 'r of the court l!ot;.e now ,.n a n1, :.1 c r l e..t alpp.:: Trie e.. li'1t i "1 ..ivrte a lce- C o t of p :i'rtiee. ande1 ti:ei-he .I offT eith rib trili.tiis o:: tle' door 11"r; are ill rttecpt of it rtee~y eA tbh It. , ifen C.-enietv Tributec. oef I h.lii-. II '.l a Mr..\ K Ramnsse formerly of I .. city. alend a Vermiion boy is the e-iitcer. haeinjg ae'zttma! t!"lee p(zeittof be We hav.e beet Ilde. in..; eelrlnfltIi w. ether tlidi week foer the farnie-re. and tetev h.tve been very iaeasit taking adlcan t.e-'" *ef the eippartunit%. and if reia cl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914
Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

ABBEVILLE PROL EaSS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding, Community. NO. 11. 'hone 248. Abbeille, Vermilion Parish, ICa., ,.iiturdlay. , 11. $1 a Year. REAL ESTATE --ots in Cr,,w\lcy\', L.a., On mllonthly ly llemnts. I, )('til1 for a (ld 't0ol o l' lerc l it, -sr NIllcz, 1 ' a. 87 I )Ca'ilL, )alle' trees, near COW land, I La. Read the list below. You mayv find exactly what you l huntin.g fur. No. 1. 40 acres with improvemlents, near Cow Island and on drainage canal, tran.sportation facilities to Abbeville, lake Arthur other places:; 7 orane. trees hearing: enoluglh wood on the place 1 ;ay for it. This place is offered for $1,250.lN). $100.0) cash, 0.0() l)ec 1. 1I914, and balance in one and two years from date. a No. 2. 16 1-2 arpents with good imnprovemenits near Nunez P. A good location for a doctor or merchant. Price $1.850. $14l) r II .4, o5 iDcc. 1, 1914 and balance in one and two years from date. iilmprovelnt, lts alone are worth $2,000. Ic No. 3. 14 a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

PRPIED STRIVING MINERS AT LUDLOW, COLORADO ... .. .. . . ..... . .....C.... .. . . .... . :-- \*'- .... .: . . -....... { f Y . . . . ~. I ýr . , . . , t | 'n . u . ,. - . . - I n, , o ' hj! ir l h+ r h" t ' tl ,Ir.t ,, g ll w. .sc m" rll.f .t'1 ,,r. 1,:I\" u lln \\.,' *'llljliý)'tI v , it tl, .'tIl+ lI I'tl. ;11's' 11*1'" .hct\\1 it th,+ In ,,l, ,.:t<'h :ru nt ,m'n r.r i++ ,1 L,lnn WHEI THEY SMiELLED VERA CRUZ t I ;luJja(ckts- oIn ani Ainerican warship ranimling into a three-inch rapid tire rille ,one of the missile-, which was hurled at Vera cruz when the shell- NI in, of the city was made necessary by the persistence of the Mexican .snipers. MARINES MOVING GUNS INTO VERA CRUZ 4 Marines from the American fleet are here seen drawing guns and caissons through the streets of Vera Crul. The building in the background is a hotel. COLORADO MILITIA GOING TO FIGHT STRIKERS o the to of freight ar, ready o fight the striking miners. The militia proved unequal to the tas of restoring...

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