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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

The Credibility of Christ's ofc . Resurrection Uncl tic SBy REV. WIllIAM EVANS. D. D. Dirtor of Bil Coupe Moody Bibe Iamute. Chicaeo I i> " . t 1 . be C'r ditility re t- . f(ts, t~, tlc . accept- tilin l fc, . , r t" l fu It I t Is 1" f In a thin p t abiil ty oir tnrcla-i S t ict$ p dbit is a competent vCdence,t and deserving of cul. in t at ,ceptance a ,I elief. It loU Is a doetrine buttressed by "many is lo fallible proofs. tt h in-'c of proof here suggested Is 'i s that the ar nt of cause and its effect. rtain things, conditionS, in- rea stitutions exist in our midst today: hda they are the effects of causes, or a th cause, what is that cause. We may V mention: for 1. The Empty Tomrb. the The fact that the tome was empty an J isL testified to by competent witnesses thr -both friends and enemies: by the be women, the disciples, the angels, andi rea the Roman guards. How shall we ac- eta count for the absence of the body of wh Jesus from the tomb? That it had not been stolen by ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 May 1914

ABBEVILLE PROCGRE: Published m ':; '-.t ,i.t' " Ltt of Abb>e\ ill:,. l.a. t:tered a, x.on C e..I , n::.ttrr .[..r. ! . 1 .1 at ttf, to-t o,i, t .t ,, . l.a . under a: t u l - :' i .i. 15i'. It1 SUL' CRI 11'I* T iN R . Ifl.t!t IlI '.' IT . ". . l ( t . ihant Siy! month t in tit iiihre e mPCUIIC . lt h Unle CLopl) (au- 1 Alu suhCelript,,..c ' Iti \ I.t.,h iln ndvl e.Ct(lv  N\ .ICEIl . TO Si.' t.i,1i;1 S n . , . frtr July 1I I 4, the ".u "il' r t (,: SrCl.c of ti:" .tL:.t\ i :i I 'rogr-s ', ,til 1. -to :eI h. 51.>1, ,'r 'M az J. \W . O( Dry l . ..... Pii, rictc(r. l Cut: rlhoneq: Office 248. Retidenc- 132. iut' Advertisinf . Rate,. Uj'poti .\p;.i.Ct oJ... til t Saturday, May 23, 1,14 the i - Ocod Railroad Time Table. ÷.., EAST 1(d.1'W1 C No. 508 mt"r .(rC, l, avPC 7:1; a. n. I:o. 506 pa t" g'r, aCl t. es 9 .37 a. tu. No. 528 mitxt' l, ivt. 4 10 p. It. WST I*' t' iNI . No. 527 mixedl. i a'v' 'Q:37 :C. an. No. 505 iSseer. l.\t 2.' p. u. b i er No. 509 tnc.tr c:r. a;rrit. e 5...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. S. $1 a Year. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Iarish. I,., Saturday, May 3 1914.$1 a Year. BARELLI OPERA COMPANY Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, at the VICTOR THEATRE That IUNIVERSAL I'PRO()RAM, with Win. Shay, Tllhese hligh (lass singers w11ill I)rdlu'e scels tfrl thle tfnllls ) ,Ioeras t! a imi.gle tl :ll King laggot, Phillip Sin:tlley, Edwin August. Jack with the latest popular song lits. Carragan, Bob Leonard, Ford Sterling, Leah Baird, Do remember Creatore's Band ure ou do! The were the Florence Lawrence, Pearl White, Lois Weber, Barbara Ban Tannant, and others, will be again SHOWN DAILY, great organization! beginning tomorrow. See program for the week else- An entertainment for those who have been yomung att least once. Cheap in PRICE, but high Q IT. where in this issue. Coming Soon, Lucille Love, the Girl of IMystery. yv Word! PRICES: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 15c and 25c; Rest ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

"MOURNERS" IN FRONT OF ROCKEFELLER'S OFFICE Sympathizers with the striking miners of Colorado continue to patrol the pavement in front of John D. Rocks teller's offices in New York as a protest against the course of the mine operators. Those here photographed, from left to right, are: Sarah Greenwood, Elizabeth Freeman (an English militant), B. Gross Longham and Maxim Appel. DANIELS IN ANSWER K Secretary of Navy Responds to Angry Protest of Refugees. Tells Why English Warship Was Used to Rescue U. S. Citizens at Tampl co-Oelegates Are Very Caues tic in Their Comments. Washington.-A delegation of Amer tean citizens from Tampico called on Becretary of the Navy Daniels and de nounced the administration's Mexican policy. Secretary Daniels informed his call ers they ought to be happy they got off with their lives. He said they had gone to Mexico to get big profits and they shouldn't expect the United States to look after them if they didn't stay at home. They told Secretary Daniels if th...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

SEDWAPD 1AR5ALL WITH PHOTOGRAPN5 ROM T PLAY RO GEORGE .C[NE5 TlE PLAY ...OM... ..... ....,. , littleG EopGEng bag nd Tp/ P Y , Nri Cnt as d ailsG UA T ..."" .. .. ...; .4k.. I.,. little shopping bag duld r'Ielphone wire between here and gum that the ( oiioldtidat d puts up .I to nihliFa9 i~a( IS OOd SYNOPSIS. Jackson Jun-s. ni'knliiid '"Brodway" light of oNew York's great tl,,roughf.,te. Is anx lous to get a'u a fr,,r: his lotrne t.rw , doubt a Jonesville. Ab,ne-r Jont.s. his un'le., i. Ipeol le very ancry tin ; is-" tradw'ay rfuses t ceartaini mettle dglown anrd take l pla,..s in the guS.r factory In which he succeeded to his a millic fatte.rs inter.est J:d." SpotswOdi in- . rorms Broadway that $11(.n . left hir h that his father Is at his disposal li,.aiwai th tiakes re.ordl time in hnading fr his the firs tfasiorit. street In New York Wi'ith his New York friend. RItrt Wallae. Broad- convers way r r, .ten. it , ytsthin his extrav'- absorhe cane on the White Way. Four years ,a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

Fal M org surrou rietta 1 ouisiana er of lived * i was In 'News we mere < From all corners missin of the great Slate 1 yea while South Texas and Pacific is Defendant. takeni New Orleans.-In civil district court and A Saturday the first of a series of suits infectA was filed as a result of the decision for tr of the United States supreme court. the affirming the decree of the inferior (ro federal courts on the ruling of the keeper railroad commission of Louisiana in ke t regard to frelht rates charged by with I the Texas and Pacific Railroad (om find pany on cotton seed and products. ivelnh The railroad commission ruled the hot rates were excessively high, and in te w some cases discriminative and unjust.he w The first suit is by the Union Seed the t and Fertilizer Company for judgment louis, against the Texas and Pacific Rail- Institl road Company for $59,079.84 alleged cover overcharges with interest of $10,- tered 274.96. and d The Union Company operates cot- show ton seed prod...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

Community Co. Ope ration1 COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH.HOLLAND'S MACAZINE -ch|:intS, \we wailt to i,,. aLs ,l, 'c1 ::aL itcI fa \llo (to 1.ti", t ,Io Vo't :4~l". fll It t1 ft (isit i'. 'i (olllllitr )|4llt th)II 'jii-litv. III4 mtin, crIeonun t(ihity) othi 111. e id.t'w e1i 1 m11 car teflull i the ol o in I tI'ti s :(i I It' co, litims. Itefor 11Aiing a Ig 't W ill C m ,.it c e an l ,lie nti d l,"t \t.111 1tt1 4 " ll o ll n tt rVt 1iV -.tli n i tl * l .41. 1 (tI 3 (i f all y.'iI \\ill\'. lhite oN v w\ay ft l volt 4l t,) i 1,l lti eit . tul compare both tlife q lulitV 1,l :il prices, to r e ol r de il se.twne o 'f t' with tho·e of Vosl. local IIer' It'. 1t I The lin1 thi , v 1 nbull t :,f) atdd h to the price, t f the oult of t iIwn I 111I1 wlh a, t'ter '. ing chat i.t", \ ' , ton .ill hla'e t) Ia,: to lt the" ,I I,)ir tst s di\ 1lel stc l too V lt. i.l n I1 it at all l, iler c thai t tilh m ,il i l'1 tlde . concerin aor the ,iiita.tl (it\ thi ,ttne- will il tWriti latrontil t"ou...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

SPORT', IN / ALBAN IA }IE announcement that Prince William of Wied oc cupies the throne of Albania will give birth to some hope of sufficient tranquility be ing restored to allow of shooting there again; at any rate, in that part of the country which is opposite Corfu. For two years this capital hunting ground has been closed to sportsmen while human warfare taged all around it. but no fighting has taken place over the 20 or 30 miles of seacoast which offer the best and most get-at-able shooting, so the game has had a good rest, and, what is more. has probably been driven down from the disturbed regions into this quieter haven. It is easy to pass two or even three months in shooting the coverts round the harbors which are opposite Corfu, and four of these are such snug little anchorages that even an open boat would be perfectly secure. Cut ters, small but well found, can be hired at Corfu. and are in every way ade quate for this trip. The sea journey from Corfu to the farthest harbo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

PRIME ESSENTIALS IN KEEPING POULTRY Open Front Poultry House. Of the various kinds of live stock,. poultry i poultry is most widely adapted to sub- specimeT urban conditions for several reasons. should b It can be handled successfully on " maturing very small amount of land. The waste will not, products from the kitchen and the ta- well mat 'ble may be used to advantage as feed. readilyd The care of the chickens is pleasant breeds work, is comparatively simple, and s theab may be done by any member of the hen's ab 'family. Eggs and dressed poultry are cot o .always In demand and may be sold be contiI to advantage in any quantity, or used visable I at home, thus furnishlng a strictly bred fo' fresh prqduct which is hard to secure flock of under general market conditions; and form thu in addition, the care of poultry may breeds c provide recreation for adults, employ- It tak ment and good discipline for the chil- produce dren, and be a source of income to the housewife, or saving in t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

'AS IT POSSIBLE? Ladies of Olden Times That Were Inconveniently Beautiful. How Many Modern Women Would Like to Be So Handsome That a Mob Would Gather Whenever They Appeared? "They can t walk in the park." wrote Ilorace Walpole of the beautiful TE: (uniit.i.i Ii , (Ior gl to Vauxhall, nomn but such ii b. t!ollow theim that they know are g .i.-rall. dlri\et, a\\ay." Eliza beth, .lari:m ,ii Kitty Gunning were three b, aurlIn! .isters who, h coming oer t:'i li :A11d ill 1 'I). took L)ndon Sbyroin Nur is tithe lurore that their It",jute ,. iai't.td of briel duration, for il:l a. r- later ii, r,,ad of Maria Guntiiing. by thalit time Counitess of Cov entry. an(d Iody Waldegrave, "that two ladies of distinction i who had, it seems, be,'u incommoded by the mob. as the phrase is, the Sunday before walked iup and do\lL the walks of St. Janmes park preceded by soldiers from the guard--a precaution which gave no sniall offense to the rest of the com pany, who were frequently obliged to go out o...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 May 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published every Saturday in the city of Abbeville, I,a. Lnt:red .. .(-unl cla:s matter Marh I 1. 1113, at the pu-t otlce .it \bbelr dlll . La.. under a~t of MarcLh 3. IS'i . St " SCK lI'TIO )N R .\ TES O ne ear .1 ............. . e li Six month<.. .. Sil y no Culp . . . .. t All subtSription ar pa.a lv ,tri. tlt cash in advul.nce. N'TICh '' StUlSCRIBI{I S: < n, ut ,itr lult 1. 1914. the unlcril,tion price of the Abbrsill Pr,,rr-, will I . $1.50 p r y.ar. I'p , that tmne it till be i1.('(' pn r %r J. '< . O'Bryai .......... . 1'ropriLct ,r. I,. I'honc.,: ()ffice :48. ReKidence 132. +f Advertisin RKates Upon Application. * Saturday, May 30, 1914 Railroad Time Table. is EAST BOUND.I No. 508 motor car, tleaves 7:15 a. iI. No. 506 passenger, leaves 9:37 a. am. No. 328 mnixel. le:aves 4:40 p. m. to WI.EST B tUN 1). at No. 527 mtixct., leaves 9:37 a. in. No. 505 lmsucnger. leaves 2:05 p. mn. Si No. 509 motor car. arrives 5:55 p. rm. MEMORIAL DAY. tl sl This Me...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 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. — 6 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. _ NO. 15. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, June 6, 1Q1-1. 1a Year. Senior Class Play VICTOR THEATRE Wednesday Night 8:15, June 10 "A KENTUCKY BELLE" CAST OF CHARACTERS Miss Mariah Douglas, an aristocracic maiden lady......Laura Broussard Isabel )ouglas, niece of Miss D)ouglas, a democratic girl.... I)aisv Steen Marie Van Havlenger, friend of Iab)el .................... nie Lou White Col. Wtn. McMillen, sonitor to Isabel........................Crawford Rose Miss Madden, a trained nurse ............ ............Mary Saparaito John Cason Gordon, wealthy student ....... ...........Isaac Durke Mrs. Gordon, mother of John Cason Gordon ................Fannie Ewing Cindy, negro mnaid ...... ............................Helen Swain Henry, negro, engaged to Cindv. .................. Fernand Lachaussee Dr. Blake, physician ..............................................Felix Hollier T...

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

LOST OCEAN LINER EMPRESS OF IRELAND .. .ý .fi. ,.. I . _...*. PAR 1111 964 PERISH IN SEA DIS STER Great Liner Goes to Bottom at Mouth of St. Law rence River Following a Collision With a Collier. aimouski, Que., May 31.-Nine hun dred and sixty-four persons lost their lives Friday morning when the great Canadian Pacific twin screw liner Em press of Ireland was rammed amid ships in a thick fog off Father Point In the St. Lawrence and sunk by the .Norwegian collier Storstad. Pur hundred and three survivors were picked up from floating wreck age and two lifeboats. And only 12 of the saved are women. Gathered piecemeal from survivors the horror of this wreck grows with the telling. Waters Quickly Engulf Ship. The doomed ones had little time even to pray. They were engulfed by the onnarushing waters that swallowed the big ship inside of nineteen mnr ates from the time she was struck. The wireless operators on the Em prens. sticking to their posts to the last, had time only to send a few "8...

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

DPOADWAYJOM?5 C1 EDWARD MPAR5IALL WITH PlOTOGRAPN1 fROM TIL' PLAY OF GEORGE N. COMMAN FROM SCINE IN THE PLAY .Cc.)rB/GHTo ,Y C.D/LL/Y'lA. COI'PAIYG SYNOPSIS. Jacky n .- i . - n: , n. " I :l Bro dway' fNew York t'r:t ,',i f ,,.," i- t i.5, Jonet -he Ii . , r . I a," lf h I." vert ..'i rv re-ft.--- _ t. settle to.. ye·.IT t 1 1." :, . ti t' i n guut fao r" - Ii 1' ,. ~n i "~ 1 n i h 1 fat, . f- :. " c.1 :-I_" Si. ts on'! In` Tie' l.:r.r r. : icr i. t z " i .t  ' t ierK ic( 1i Iv wia\ s Rtl n 11- ti ln'R by I isc xe'r;,et :: : ,rl"" l,, t , . W lh,. i -n a t F ut.i r ,.-a-hr ;pas and linrt a:r i .,t suddenly ,is., ", r theat h. is I t l n·' R l broke.. int hea-tixl in de.-t. Ile applhie s t his unrti lr for a. loan aired reIcei" . "v, a p '- kace cif ,hewing gl"in with the aidcic."ce t, chew it and fore, t hts trotiHltes. I. ii' tc l lv soks work withlut s Irceilr,. Ttroadlwl r I 0 i es l a ,lit is in tended to b. .l far well stipper to his Ne- w York friends. anld hefre- it is...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 June 1914

.. . Brothel Vidal and ta clash I Louisiana ('alhou " ti ilpate e (r. I.o I l ditlit, I at h r" From all corners I e of the gracl State brick. Prisoners to the Penitentiary. it ,,,iri, .-:h,"t,.iff I N - ' f}Ol Io", at I; ath Lott,' to onv•Y the follow- bhO  Itr I~ri onll rs Willie W\ illiail-. bur- -ird glary and Inr .,-t t. t, l l' :tr- .s Itacl ti r hit elut' 1ay  .s. i sitill, r o'ffel .". fol rtl ' the ' ,l year: Jo. I. .\lis. n1luSlant hblter, four t o n to n }earsh ; |li.n il:srris. ur lr'tII '\ ;anl hnd tl ]:Tlreniy, t\o, ' ,i a ames idt'l'lerS. Lr aking in (:;r, two V.ars . Sam Wilkins on. I1bezzlemf"nllt. fourti Loci months; Ennis Gossett. huibirala and larely, ltao years; F. W. Pa' :treloth, Lab forg.-ry, two 'yars; Wiley Jones, cit the h tinng, three ycears. Sheriff D)avid was of th jolnt-d at Alexandria by Sheriff T. J pany p1)recett ot La Salle parish, who con- were veyed henry IHell to the penitentiary fatall to serve a six months' sentence for (;eA burglary. (...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 June 1914

AMERICANS CLEANING UP VERA CRUZ I.. : " J-w (5'.~ '..* .:** Dirt and diseas. are being routed from Vera Cruz by the Americans, Just as they were from Panama. Havana snd Manila. In the illustration a sanitary squad, armed with shovels and brooms, is seen going on duty, and belo. (these renovators are shown burning the furnishings of a condemned post house. , HITS FIRE LEGEND Dying Woman Says She Started Chicago Conflagration. Miss Rebecca Thrift, on Death Bed, Declares She, and Not Mrs. O'Leary's Cow, Was Cause of Flames of 1871. Lima, O.-The legend that Mrs. ,O'Leary's cow kicked over a kerosene lamp and started the fire which swept Chicago in 1871 is challenged by the death bed declaration of Miss Re becca Thrift, who died in the county Infirmary here, aged about seventy. "I started the Chicago fire," gasped the strange old woman, "and fear ing arrest, I fled while the flames raged." Further details, whatever those de tails may have been, were sealed by death, and were buried in th...

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

KEEP "IN FORM" This really means keep ing the digestion good, the liver active and the bowels free from con stipation. You are then ready to "play the game" to win. For any disturbance in the di gestive functions 1IOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS I has been proven v'ery helpful. You should try it, but insist on getting HOSTETTER'S -Whenever You Need a General Tonle Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic b Eqally Vl.aboe as a mi Sarl eutllS Tolil. ,s, ual it Acts a ot t Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Erices tio Blood aid Builds Up the Wlolo System. ton know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic, M t formula is printed on every label, showing that it eontains the well-knowa tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It has no equal for aaria Chills and Fever, Weakness, General Debility and Lass of Appetite. Gives life nd vigor to ausing Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. A True Tonic and Sure Appetiser. ra grow people and children. Guaranteed by your ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 June 1914

Made of Graphite and Hardly a Century Old. Origin'!ly of Lead and Still So Called Popularly, They Are Manufactured by Machinery-Hard to Find Good Wocd. i'';t'l 1ll' ' r , '. I . t,. 1 1 ,: I . ;' ,,.} " it,.'' 4 '!t ·'i''If'11 chat 1t''i , : i to ti -ir tr ti]." .,! ." " ; ". • i,r '''ll ,. ., : .'""', l'. r iii.'l rln krii~ lr crin t a rth it tre- is r l;; I k n.., " , ') r .-1 i n ,'', t . ' 1, i ls , . I 1 .r1 . ·1,1 ' ."it:. in (c' tl~u ra. 'tai l re l It, , ° , - . 'i t 'l l -i' :, or t \ i plI' 1 ttd. hth l" r Ic }D Ttl t I 1hfh i"'.lit I \" 111:, it ,'li Il.,!.r" ","a1 ,11:"" tih 4 , 1\ e oa Th ,I . titk variou s f r s sin t ly frag mi.etrs of ' c ni T.1t,4 n rtntu r:tr l ladl. the flrtm of id !piM)e.- and o.h"I th! a41 rut ri,,d .r pitundidd into strip. or pe'ncll s 11 niate, a il take a piiieer of iri-or tary I. 1, ,.a f.ri(t a lead tipl ,, 1ilth ia krtif,, sc-ra r ot a ay the little -o rresitron 4' tho in ttr surface and makf , a ro entiid lpoint so that it ~ill run...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Puilisiied evcry Saturday in the l city of Abbeville. Ia. 1:ntc revd a.- (O1(l cla a::::ttr .1:irch 1. 1913. at the poet otf'ce at . l)1wvilh', " J1a., under a, t of March 3. 1679.. t ,UI1;. : lCR TIO )N RATES. ()lie year. . . Six on.th . ...... Three month .. . ... ...... 25 Siin '.e Copy ........... " t All sub.:rilpti')n! ar, p. .iic .trict1l i (-ash ill al iv. 'ceC. NOTICJ Ti ) sT'ISCRIHIERS: In ani al after July 1. 1114. thi subcription price to tha .\jbbl ile l grr -' will 1 %1.510 per yvar. t1, to tht tiue it Nill 1 be 51 .ftI) pr rear. J. X, . ( )Bryan............ Pr rit r. Phone: i li 011c. 24,, Re sidicnce 132. Adve.rtisifnl R ils. t' n li \pphlictatioi. i Saturday, June 6, 1914 - Railroad Time Table. IV..ST IBN( N I. No. 505 motor car. leaves 7:15 a. sn. No. Sio pa1 sencr. h teaves 9:37 a. in. WEST liI NI). No. 50( 5 pa.etnger, eaves 2:05 1). inl. Is. 509 motor car, arrive- 5 p 1). i. SWAT THE FLY. Remember the old adage: "lAn ounce (of prevention is ...

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