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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

-/u - EDWARD PAR3ILL WITH PHOTOGRAPH1 , OM 1 PLY Of GEORRGE M.CO OM CEN IN TH, PLAY O M Tl` PLAY O f G E.OR G. M ., .. ' g ,' ý.ur , ,L%'tc"! l .',I I. ,. ii .il! I, , Il .I.,, 1',. .-i,,,I %, '.., 1 SYNOPSIS. t, h , , 1I ,i , n , I , ,I ' I:"t., w", 1' m\ h + , . .i . ~r ,' ,, .. 1 ., . + i ,4 r r . , 1 , ,1 1" t l . ... I!,~ I .t .« " I,I-.ý " Il , t, ? r I I. . = I, '.1 , I' ".1 I l.. . '., r ' . , ' f it t .1 1 n I, :" '1. '1 , I tiit 1 .l tI t . ' 4 .iT 4 , i hl Ii I .i i',t, ' 1111 hII 1 4, t, r , il l "n ,l tti," l I ' it it a at str i fi o h\ t li(t 'tia i i , r l ,,'n , d,, t , , , I ii r ,,l"e t ( ' +tI ,, s t *a w r 1 re l it S1.4.1t oii i. iting rr. it \ :.i t (1 i , 41 ' w r1) \II il w l lt Li I I I g i l4 I \, 1 1) ,"/1 1 ' , . ls I' 1 4 :t l aI toill 1 11 1 1 it ., I1I It1111. I 1 r411' hr 1 n l ," . 11 h1 4I i .ae laiighid, a cacklini fcrn i th 1 a rich u l4. taae you tl t li Inrll him and fout u d hint ri ta I ll .rIt' fti toll' d '111 of Im 1 a l " IiiI/ii, \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. — 9 May 1914

Louisiana News From all corners of Ire greol Slate Brute Held on Assault Charge. ('olfax. -\ pr reliminary tria:l wais. 'i' n W . fSl orn IHlaser T'Ihtur.ial Ihte was jaitled ,.ve-ral dal;ys ato o'n chlrce of atten tlllt to erllltim.illly ;I Sault little J.letti Ilsie SiwetlrinýLtO l. frotm ILt Sail,' rs, ll , rilS h ' I'r.llllnda; i h ter of f'ete, Itrist', r sihe - ais living witl her Iiot lither ; alt t I o r llir*.t w h e n site w a . s rI , t d IIt I,"1\ ' h .' grandfatlherl s oll ne and l -I t I "l0 'with itl hisser, whoi is ill Ihi,.e , i.,l, the ltgovernmenlllt as a ll e ti h it ser hila-ir arrived in Col'a1fx il iith11 I11 year old girl uMld rei.i t.red at I Ilriuker ihotel as "V ' l I -ori Itl.i.i r cr'y was made .l tlhe litt :-irl, \his h re s u. lte d in h is a rrll . T h e -irl \ iwo re ' that Itlaser hla ld n t tli-re latl I hor New Orleans Sugar Market. New O(irlealn -\Vl l litr i I -. I nll, was done in the lal.;I L,:T market Monday 'Traling \a.ss; Ic i l1 , I to ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

I DESTROYS TWO TOWNS .ND REDWATER, IN BOWIE AUNTY, SWEPT AWAY. Persons Were Killed and y Were Seriously Injured. Damage Is Great. mall to(i- iln Nortlheast T'x d and ited ,l ter, in Itowsi. Sere literally s ,.pt out 0 ot e\ )It Mlondal morning, four p,! re kil.led, many were' ser'ious'. andi property Ildamage amOnIt ulmir etl' . of dollars dont,. I :t , \ 1"10l11," proportion. t h;1r Iros- ;l:ai Texts front the I I' leburne to the Texa, stat,' adl. all at .Ma: ld. are: ',,arl ,V it W, Villian 1lorgan, Kelton ;anid an unidenll itfidl ni thirty persons iwrer .e- il-]ne i s0o 1o lh oullht to hI," frlttmtil lwater no deaiths ur,, reiport tihe list o injure d in ll ,' enty %t\% , of nl If i oiin' \ii formtlt.: w sof-t, m all o tli," a "if i ii i I ' % fi I ll lr,% I llI ;0 ,1 0 Ii 1 II tii n:. Ihat l w t, ii1 li., a t a lnt h Ill-n s , re ' ISe I ",t t' il . r' , I sht 'at lTt I: 1 othr 'reast "Texas towns rl liat-.e.i., f lh,' s itorm. All w i. repor ct onside r"al'he darnt ndow- bl01...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

A Woman's Message Womb or ovarian trouble, painful periods, whitish discharges, bear ing down feeling, pains in the back, hips and sides, hot flashes, ner vousness, dizziness, palpitation, headaches, constipation, indigestion, "blues" and melancholy. These are sense of the more fansibareymp toma of wormens diseases. They all mean danger, they indicate unnatural conditions and warn you that help is needed. STELLA-VITAE will supply that needed help, will assist nature in restoring you to perfect health and the happiness that comes of a sound body without aches or pains. Mrs. Saeie Holton, of Barnow, Ga., says: "I sfered four years with female diseases before I tried STELLA-VITAE. Had two good doctors treat me, but would improve for a little while only. I used six bottles of STELLA-VITAE and words cannot express how thankful I am that 1 tried It BTELLA-VITAE cured me." We want you to try STELLA-VITAE, and to indece you to do so we make this positive guarantee--try one bottle, and if th...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

MAKING OF PEARLS Bivalve Breeding Is Latest Ven ture of Uncle Sam. Government Fisheries Bureau Is Now Producing Gems by Artificial Means - Muskrat's Body Is H-st of Minute Worm. \V-J -- Th Ici ur, ftril t.- a in 1 n I,, b l;iri 1 a the t rh -U the SIn . p iu h i . th r ut yr yillu a- lit lU Al .trs, r ', ." thicl ltal) a rl tia: -y d h.tar " t .,r the boa to!Il ',: thc.. Each-' , rvu . ' pw -srR se a p,air of hooks1 lik'. t s :1 which r I gra sp,+ a I,-l ss, ing fish. T'hos that fail to c.ath hold Sdi tt 'i. ailL .:; r, . It o. sj i ) -i' .ii", The bur~ !au takes broad pi;ckets of eths from- rip-; mtussls and places therush to tit r with littlr fii tlsh indu rat'. hi, . - " , tish he c t e so h eav lli!ly loadriua wit.h l'-r ,ar u theat th sh ot the "Ih." ,'ct,- iti a ri-t.-I ai- hallc h d inl pouth urc inl the outer gills o Ittl, Tishes, from hs ich th. ll placed iny dstrcharg. to the bottomend of th days trt eain to ib.-ior,,e awlmn-lom iig larvae Eath latinyrva oasitf-s a pai...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 May 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS city of .\1' tu i'b.. !.. . 1~ :,. . ' I ... " .. .. t t". : . l '. 1 ;2 1tr. Nilak t t , .-i T IN- S : 1 I t. ;ll 1 No. 5t27 ,i r ,a.,ixd. av; 9;,t a. iI.l R aiccl,'ro ad Tci "-'.'J;C t allei . No. 50:5 j. r :, : ,rr. -.,e 2:1 tp1 . ',.' 'o'illE KNOCKEi . marks that this is a (lay uo Iu oSte,' ;.. an :1 h ,',ti r-g. .*\ great majorito Ti (oit Tacpile WI.*.\T t e H'oNID. areo. 527 siromi, f cs , their town grow.EaeVIlerv OtlV watches the .e 1mtS report., jusr t to su et c of utr exch ,nges re hoosters ,,id t avesting. ..\i vtrealort majority f uent Sulstl trie desi touse pf oc1 in . their ahe cn:uas report just tpossibly hoalways wi ig the hive gois with you.he theou iht your town, aclculnt scts siIlV lie li.is a IlliSSiol to tll. But whether lie is of anils use or not, voln have hint, and should be in he o taker mind. of hiini Any mnovement for in1 uprovet e t ande h tve rnent of counter coimunityn very cobring uit that wto the forad it often lap peaks that yo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

VOL. 2. v td to the -,b a. ,d :urrouC ndi:-"! ' Nui ..". 1 . Phone 248. To The Cane Planters: T h, (/! . , , , t !! i , i ' "' \ I1I: I: i, t 1 \\itch:l\ u-, t om mn ercial I'ertilizer ', '.:11 C,,:t. L,+,. .nd 'r° t " . ' n at 0:' ": 1" H i t . . I , . -',- f I I 1. a} l , l i l' " It t\t <', n', .11 11i ' l Planters Raw Bone Superphosphate and to 'it,' (II!\ :1 'f'w i' r. (r:(:tt11' l.,D al , : t:l 1: 1 . 'l m r , c l.0 1< t. obtaincd l.t.t \1-.t1 1,\ b(' htll/i:! the( r L;:Inet , 2ý tol l., ,r .tcrc Ill 1i+'1 land [ y1 iII t 15 l,,l ,!t+ t wicl Ihv 11. 1t, \,,, Iw o1 1'. (" llh t list. ftrtilhzt-r. l'crt 'ili/t ' r :11(1 ~id tl ,ii ._,!i l., thI s is tlit 111 `'I .\ 1'v t(, ic.'t tihe t ia . l1.t ti f'., P. I::\' e Ii, , ':Ill) i I '' : it:1\ ." 11,11 :!1 VALLEE'S WAREHOUSE REAL ESTATE ,1t. 1il Cr11wl y', I.<,.. ,11 11l tlly payiwllts. l.A)atiil4 fOr a l.c(tolr o' ( lllr1'llllt, near Nii , I 4a(. l . I,' (I J "I 1I'.1 }, ] 4 t.t ,'l ,,1 I I la 4 : ..lo1',4 . 111',...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

AMERICAN REFUGEES REACH GALVESTON ~~~~Lcac ;. .. .. i U" AL won IF 1' 18; vii "h i ýl ?t American refugoeg from Mexico arriving at Galveston on board the Ward liner Espjranza, which was char tered by the government. During the trip from Vera Cruz the boat was firnd on from Mexican shores, the shots being returned by thme guard of marines. WARLIKE SCENES IN COLORADO MINE DISTRICT The de',r miFtiron of the strikers in the Colorado mine district not to give up their fight is seen in the group of armed miiors shown in this photograph. Mine guards equipped with a machine gun are seen in the inset. ANOTHER WHITE HOUSE WEDDING II 1 Illeanor Wilson, youngest daughter of President 1'1lson, was married oii Thursday. May 7 to William Gibbs M1. \doo, secretary of the treasury, in the White Hlouse. This photograph sihevo s Mr. McAdoo. and the bride in her 'weddiug gown. What Britain's King Can Do. What arte the king's powers to which referenlce is being made in the present crsisi? Legally, if no...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

A t5DEYLJIV L~ a avw%--- - DROADWAYJOŽW EDWAPD X I-LL WITH PHOTOGRAPIi FROM TClL PLAY OHEGLOAY(iE & PLAY iA1GFRGE IN THE: PL AY - -- - ..:... ..,,d ofuure disgust.~-- m inlgh ha~ve had a ,iflic'ult t111i with 1i1ff,4re tlt gr d lt.t . " r [iW r .no pw tier - , , . . . . .Iaf e 4)1 . ,ur' di I . ji ... . ,, , hav e I lfl I l t i'er plll 1. t hl ' r hllr nlo boWwl. SYNOPSIS. an - anti eigh Jadkson Jones. nicknamed "Broadway' "Spell, New York's great thoroughfar. is int With lo(a to et away fromhis home town of With I Jonitlle. Abner J t... hits untlta . Is ynd matl very uangry beaiIus Iadkway rfutse to hi settle down andl tatkek it lhe' In the ,;ur. PO factory In whlleh i, 1ll,. - u 'dd to his cofteittr ftthers Interestl .liIt ,,potswoo , l . In- se,"eral forms Rroadw.tv that r$'.,x.l 1eft Ilm hby hi. fathPr i iat hlia dtispita ltroa.rwav Amerc make record time in heading fr his basket t favorlte strte.t in .'w York With his New York friend. |f l,.rt tr tctbac. . ltr, it thle...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

10 ELIMINATE HUERTA I PLAN OF MEDIATORS I SOUTH AMERICANS SEEK TO COMPROMISE QUARREL IN FAR REACHING PROPOSAL. O'SHAUGHNESSY TELLS HIS STORY Orderly Crazed by Heat, Strayed Into Federal Commander Maas' Lines Near Vera Cruz and Was Tor tured and Put to Death. Washington --Elininationi of Gen eoral IHuerta and the .stablishment of a provisional government itn Mexico in which both thle IIuerta and counstitu t tionalist factions would he represent- t ed, is c(ontenmplated in a plan \hich ' the three South Amen-rica';n mediators now are working out to be proposed for the solution of the entire 3lexi( can problem. Thi.s, the first intimation as to tht h details of the nmediation plans. became known Tuesday, though ne-ither the mediators nor state depart lti.nt of ficials would make any state.ilent as to how nearly conlplete is theil plan to be submitted to theii Almericanl and the Mtexican delegates when the i nt t ltit South American envoys at Nia;gara Falls, ('anada, niext 1 londai. It ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

iWIn FE flU -IM I Mli Ars. William Christian Elected Presi dent-Constitution Amended and Many Interesting Papers Read. Gelveaton, Tex -The twenty-first annual convention of the Texas Wornm an's Press Association came to an end Saturday after the following offi cers had been named for the next two years: President. Mrs. William Christian. contributor and correspondent lous ton Chronicle and C'hristiaue Science Weekly, Houston; first vice president. Mrs. ('ora B. Cross, contributer and author. Fort Worth; second vice pres ident, Mrs. Fred Scott, society editor. Austin; third rice president. Mrs. Bettie Magruder, contributor, Stn An gelo; corresponding secretary, Mrs Belie M. Costello. sunshine editor Houston Chronicle and short story writer, IiHouston; recording secretary. Mrs. J. M. F. Gill, contributor and correspondent, Cameron; treasurer. Mrs. J. S. Rowell, contributor, Pear sail; ioet laureate. Miss Jessie An drews, writer of songs and Nerse. Aus tin. The place for the next rr *n...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

TWO POPULAR NOBLEWOMEN IN PARIS : .". • The two most popular women of the aristocracy in Paris are the Baronne de PolUkaof (left), wife of the czar's adviser in French affairs, and the Countee. de Montebello (ri _htr. Both are lavish entertainers of members of the "smart sets" of America and Great Britain and are noted for their charm and beauty. DISCOVERY THAT GRAVITATION IS CAUSED BY ELECTRICITY, ANNOUNCED Prof. T. J. J. See, Government Astronomer at Mare Island, Upsets Newton's Law, He Claims, and Shows Gravitation Is Trans mitted With the Velocity of Light, 186,000 Miles Per Second-Has Worked on Problem for Thirty Years. San Francis--Prof. T. J. J. See. government astronomer at Mare island, announced his discovery that gravitation is caused by electricity. He has upset Newton's law, he said. and shows that gravitation is trans mltted with the velocity of light, 186. 000 miles per second. For 30 years Professor See b worked on the problems of light and gravitation. Able, imparti...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

NOW OUT OF USE Fine Old Words That No Longer Are Heard. "Pernickety" Has Become Obsolete, With Many Other Colloqualims- Expreesione Gave Zest to Conversation. Our foretathers brought from Eng land a number of colloquial expres sions and pithy phrases which they did not fail to use on proper occasions. .:"any of these have gone out of use -r are heard so rarely that they are tarked 'obsol-te" in the dictionaries. The irn'nelfs inlcrease of reading. which ie.,d to b:- contiued to the Bible and "l'ilgrirn's P'rogress," has brought the everyday .speech of New England ers to a dull uniformity ixcept per haps in remote districts. It is calculated that every person reads on the average 3.000 words a :ay, and this can hardly fall to influ eOteC his vocabulary toward what is considered proper in print and the dis use of words essentially colloquial. We rarely hear the old words de scribing personal appearance or man nor, like "biggety." "uppety," "meech ing" and the like: nor that excellent ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 May 1914

AB3EVILLE PROGR SS r . -1, 111 1 0 Ad-; )11 co u il," i h t.-, i t : Start in the r it 'tin l t t h e mI e,'.. , t i'- M o'th e c u t Isalaries a d ohler < d t at* citizens. T'eI',: arle .i, bl elated over the work (%f the-'e t'.\:) bodies :tl are io\\." t th;in' ::1:1,1 :: themselves re1,.hv " the em1' . tl tiol the a. The tucthi Blrdtl.t : he, abý 1 i : of the ,.S !:tW - tj l at e 1a" e, the -a oral (It j1 l,.iort tl t lh c .iti'. ,r oti Ie i etre t\ 1 i th'e l ,ilktC iA ta the tak iii e T le I,,t sabslaries \ n i; o Ii ,; : j< J ne'n i ter ouppot il the orof the citize ' iand as fir a we lknow, they hUve t asked for. Now that inter est. is hanifested u. the police jury and the rcity council, wie can see . e citizens can't take double the .in- li terest in.f t the work oft theol board. Tlhile must be assisted, andl boys and girls that tie question of a schools should he better taken t together o al l public questions afought in the rexicanl h wtarl ciand at tlhs bcattl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

ABBEVILLE -PROG RSS Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community.13. -\h vilh, \crmilion Pa:rish. La.. Saturdayx a 2, 1 4. $1 a Year. !48. krlington Hotel CC Marlin, Texas Noi H. 1 AGSDALE Manager. undred outside romns; telephone in erverv rtsnu; hot and cold water. Special rates by the week. Hot mineral water served in rooms. or hcoklet "Marlin SatitariunI and Bath House" ' td) tie, M. I)., and F. H. Ragsdalc, owners. Th F. H. Ragsdale and R. S. McCoy, managers. Cath< held \Vedh Capacity, 60()0 baths per day. ,C diiffer thing new and sanitary, steel ceilings, metal partitions, tile floors, to ark white metal. altho heated throughout, steam vapor, hot rooms. We have our own W rv. Our attendants have had years of experience. Dttri n, Texas, the Carlsbad of America t,'" ! plea> and hotel connected by passage way. lweal befol your orders for . Supplies, Stationery, Typewriters} ma and Typewriter Supplies dl e the following prices. Postage prepaid. labot Ribbo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

9i "l f"} .Y;.;: :ý;Y: . ý ry <:ti!:rnibii13<"{ý _ .ýr ":v " r I ý stad wat t J thtidce ", kn ()\l little of the con .-iera lh stretch of , ,Intr: that ext ends t rthli\ ardi f!rom Turin t, thlie tellthtlrn slopes ((f Mont itlatnc. Apart frotl its interest to nmountaineers in con taining the two high est peaks in Italy, there are few of its hundreds of valleys that do not possess relics in the shape of giant aqueducts and arches half sunk en amid the vegetation of centuries, which testify to their importance in Roman times. The district around ('ogue, the center of the mountainous region, is strictly preserved as a hunt ing ground for the king of Italy. Nu merous keepers traverse the moun tains, and heavy penalties are en forced against any person disturbing the game. As a consequence, chamois have greatly multiplied, and it is now the only locality in the whole Alps where the noble bouquetin or ibex tey, may be seen in its native wilds. mene It was, however, mainly to photo-...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

- EDWARD APR3/IIkLL wITH PHOTOGRAPN1c TI PLAY Or GRGEN. CO IN THE PLAY G . I - . .. .~~~~~8 . 'j, : 011, ý Il1 fi"11,. I..\( )PSIS. Ig 'b" k itm .,i "itrd Sht l . l iir k t.,,n of tOne'. I ru;tw r. r, al r for sh, .n.lo 1~ i. iI am a idlt" - in tie guni S l.,eeded to Iui o' i ure udig Sp, tswolr.ld InT a lt"tled it $ .I.rýM* loft hin b di. sal. P ros' wis . lulled 1i 1e t nilig fr b It hbis ,e ,I , k W ithi hi t,.rt W lilar'e. lBroa, this i; ition by his. extrlava Spotsi e Way. "Four year's Ssuidenrly diselrs No broke. but hetvlly In friend his uncle for it lotan ;age of .hewing Kun cided hew it and forget ihis living y seeks work wtthou la gives what Is in- glad Cell supper to his New ately, before It is over be Mrs (;ert.rd. and an by :;nd very giddy claill s with the aged flirt l . ncet, billut falls to bet I tlearnm that Broad- mente ,ffers him a position I did ltertlsilng firar. but It "e takes charge of in the Itroadway receives The jIngI the death of his ,,pe. Broadway is h...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

EXICAN ELEGATES XMINI GIVE VIEWS AS DR. URR PIPA S H Is Nearly TO PEAE PLANS i of the IEY CLAIM SOLDIER MUST NOT SUCCEED DICTATOR, WHICH Vera CI MEANS VILLA IS BARRED. +, nt. BRRA'S NAME MENIION[O iey Will Insist That No Man Who I tIt t Has Gained Military Prominence r,;I . otns Shall Takes Reins of the plc Mexican Government. i - ptl \\'tlh ingt on l'hrt' rri'an l Saturlday 5.tomud. t t;tuetra I lteita lnrican ca.pi'tal ta- erl inrdtul res* n i n stuirect from the w Int to ry. in th' t iittioell stI s h eld thrt Nicaara F Sal  ga'P til' nhs at ndt tangilhie evidl ne thus far pr- riin a:I ntro.d of keftorts tundel wty to .ont ere plo e a (+4 the Mexican tde tl. tli --t atheual t om th retat le in the Ameritan tapital of termind liuer ,t'- spok esen., t.airet't from the want to 'ity of Mexio and clothed with plen- occurred ry powers. Twe i re' As the three Mexicans. Senors Ra- the tre ahsa, Rodriguez and Elguero, wilth hissed heir families and numerous official men, Ur ultes, desc...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

25 YEARS gle May Continue of Century. k to Huerta's Aid, is i. From Mexico - Be Encountered nt Invasion. cow that the United ave been landed in n my opinion, be 25 ey will be able to nes eHarold Warner. Mexican Abstract and the other day in dis rican invasion of the ic, according to the a lawyer, who for ears was in Mexico. )ut a year ago to give ,n to the affairs of his city. oironting the United is very much greater rally believed to be," theot phot, inued. "For example, by a it will be possible to d at the same time "- terms with the Car- State -. From the moment' soon, nent is fought the reb- Mexi ay from their leaders for s endeavor to remain inhal ericans and will Join thoul r to fight what they rei Abot mon foe. mixe Ist as well attempt to praci in a pall by placing ably as to try to keep the! read Huertistas apart now Of cans have landed. prob o that, Huerta's forces the I ited and strengthened or th nen who never before solul Its army. I refer to the a ci the middle classes...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 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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