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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. POn-- - --2...... a Year. Phone248..-bb eville-. \Vermilicon Parish, Ia.. Saturday, June 1i, 1914. Phone. 248.  . , .............. ...... For Your Stock Use C They Doctor S A LTo I)renchin lg lletsel - SALVET No Handlin No Starving L No Trouble The Guaranteed W\orm Destrover and Conditioner. It is e.i-\ to feedl S.lvet. you feed it just like you do .:'lt. I'ut it where :all tf th(- livte tt'c'k-- h. p. ii' , h i r : l c. - tlr ill get. t ittll , init tlgt \ i tll doctor thensell es.. It is espccially fine for hogs. For ,alet by the CITY PHARMACY A. O. LANDRY ft alho Abstracter of Titles and Notary Public of 1 All work promptly, neatly andl be me accurately done. ;t n11a Mortgage Loans. are afr Office in Police Jury Room. in for -to M ail us your orders for (e Office Sup lies, Stationery, Typewriters i an( Typewriter Supplies lat Note the following prices. Postage prepaid. Typewriter Ribbolns....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

AU LKA'S BOUNDARY Line Is Marked by Approximately 200 Monuments. United States and Canada Have Been Jointly Working on Project Since 1907-Distance Over 600 Miles -Markers Massive. \Washington.--Scarring a broad line across .6,in miles of wilderness in the far North. in order that the posses stis ';f the I nitel States and Canada may 'l.,ve a distinct separation at ev ory ploint, will be completed during the coming open season. The work bas b-,en in progress since' 1907. under the direction of Thomas Riggs. .Ir.. ulvil engineer, representitng the United Atates Alaskan boundary commission. and T. D. Craig. representing a similar commission of ('anada. Although the United States and Canada have been neighbors In the far North for over a half century. the exact dividing lint between their ps sessions, especially as to the northern portion, was. previous to this survey. Indefinite and conflicting. Many dis pat.es arising, the two governments de cided finally, through their commis stons,...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

bROADWAY JONE5 SE'DWARD MPAR3IILL VYIT PAOTOGRYAPi ROM TIl PLAY OF GEORGE .CO iROM ~3C IPL THE PLAY oIiu . .iuht. I1 br k . ý. d , i a r gla d I S'lie nit the ,st iti ,tiII h ac k into herThen he ll .. . . ,, fi , .r , hi,.. , ,ke I., b.I . r h r o nod ideal. a little di~aplpoil.d Then ell 12 1.l"r wr SYNOPSIS. antd shi. Jacksonl Jon',. ticknantei ll"ral1w5 1 was ,;S'. New York's gri ei I ULtlfr "' I LIatIa- t Hoh. tous to get as fr l - fr lis I I,' twon I 1i O Jonesville A ,i'"''  J j. it Urr IIi. ' iher, hahl very angry hbe,.' . isrtaiway re.fus s to Ihis cldeI settle down aunl take a pia, a In ther .ini fasettle in whn he. suri ed',ti to h .i . That father's intelt.'t Judg' itpttswuod in- iiggilniS forms itr ,al. .i' that fs,".'""' left It io hv his fatb.r isi at hLis 'lisp sal. Iit,,:twi . I"' iIF kmakes r,~. ri d It'ie in .-adling for his n14c out ti favorlte. str.,.t In N.'w Yrk With is New York friend. i lohert aIla-". ltro:l way. creates a s.t+sati4n ' ti-s ".xtrai'' To...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

Louisiana i News1 From cll corners of he th eat Sttee Louisiana Postmasters Appointed. Wlashingtonl - Pot'omaster General llurleson Saturday announced the fol lowing post.mast ership appointmelntS for Louisiana: Octave Le Bourgeois, Whitehall; M. C. Putnam, \Vulburton. Those reappointed are: Sterling S. toatner, Bannerman; John \\'. Evans. Galvez; John I.. Gayle, Gayl:'; Elie Jarreau, Jarrear: Sylvan So(tllner, Kahns; Ioren Ilennett. Kedron; I'Peter I'unkel., Loury; William J. Melton. Packton; Elkanal Reedl. I'lettenborg; Jamns B. Price, Prichard; William J. Holtnies. Ridge; Archie I). Smith, Snmirbland; John E. Barret. Soulou que; Thomas I). Bickham, Starhill; George W. Iloswell, Still: Levi M. Davis, Summerville: John ()liver Oglesby, Tide; Burrell M. Ball. Topsy; Jog W. Tucker, Tucker: Ilomer 'P. Barousse, Branch; Winfrey A. Brian, Bryceland: Carey D. Wren. Naples. Ten Graduated at Jeanerette. Jeanerettu-.-The Jeanerette high school exercises were held Friday night at Savoy's 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. — 13 June 1914

OhIFLAMl 1 j YLAI OLD LTIIOU'GI nowhere is the day a legal holiday, June 14 is the 1'sth anniversary of the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the flag of the United States. It will be celebrated in practically all the states, as Flag Day. The national ensign will fly from public buildings. upon the staffs of school houses and many homes. The recognition of this anniversary and. in large par'. the growing rever ence for the flag which Flag Day ex arcises are intended to inspire are of recent birth. It was 18 years ago that the American Flag association was formed for the purpose of repressing the many insulting uses to which comn mercialism had submitted the flag and to stimulate a greater respect for it. At that time the flag and pictures of it were employed to do duty as an ad vance agent for every conceivable kind of merchandise. It was used to adver tise bicycles, boeck beer, whisky. cam bric. sour mash, tar soap, chewing gum. theaters, tobacco, tea, awnings. breweries, cigars...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

CHEAP AND CONVENIENT POULTRY HOUSE i ll I I Poultry House, 12 by 24 Feet. Front Elevation of Poultry House. Front elevation (By N. ý' ('fIAl'MAN. Minn'-.ota Agri ultutral college.D The house described is cheap, com modious. comfortable, convlti :it and clean. It gives sufficient tl,.or room, and ample air space, for from "50 to 75 fowls, according to breed. Its construction is such as to reduce to a minimum the time required to feed. water and care for the fowls. All the internal furnishings are movable; all the crevices in the walls, etc., run up and down; thus the daily work of cleaning is greatly facilitated and complete disinfection made easy. Its dimensions, 12 by 24. are such as to insure economy In material. It is five feet high at the rear and seven feet in front. It can be put on a post, stone or cement foundation, with either earth, wooden or cement floor, as desired. The simple frame of two by fours Is covered with well-sea soned pine boards. 12 inches wide, set up and do...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

PLOTS JROJUT KOREL Country Had Ironclads Three i Centuries Ago. Hermit Kirndom An:iclated Europe By in Use of Movable Type and Astro nomical :nstruments-Decline ' Due to Invasion. (t;or- Kennanl ,x,;lori r and lectur r, re,,,lt'I , c.· , ,it niciat to the Na- T 1 n I:)t L' ..,,raipht , a wtl y the in- Matt forrn., :el that irea built steel-clad battel-.;hs .-, ars bef,,re the Mon itor awl Merrun:a. The Hlermit King don «a. , using in( albe type and as troc.toic;al Injltru tut tls from the tw !fth to the tifti,'nth centuries and empn!loig nxlsiOe bombs long be fore they . tr,- k:town in Europe. iHe points out that the famous Japanese Satsumta pottery was made originally by Korfan workmen who were im ported into the mikado's kingdom These facts are cited by Mr. Kennan to show the terrific downfall expertl enced by Korea. tie traces its course from its pinnacle of civiliza tion to the depths of degeneracy, and expresses great hopes for its future under the guidance of Japan. "While Ko...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 13 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS 'Publi .hed every Saturday in the -city of AblMeville. La. Fntert-d a; -.ecounld cl.o.... mattrr N.lla h .l 191.. at ith- p.t lic at . VI v tlh'. la.. under at of M Iclrih 3. 1579 ~ti' SClRIi"TIO N R.X'ti'S. i month vrr . ... . 4' Sid ! Copt . .. .31 i-ih C)ii.r....................3...... .All ..ul..criptiou- are I, po . h c trictl' cash is 'Wi.v.tu rt N(lTICI, T"( , r t lSCI. Rf:li( (11rl a ,nd .,ttrr Jul 1. 1914, thilt su,.t ciptiou ,rioe of th, .\bhlc ilhle 'ro+r.-s w+11 1, .1.> io k %rr.,. 1'p to that time it w ill J. W. (t)'l yan .......... Proprietor. l'hone : )fli:- 24-. Residleuce 132. Advertising RKatets t',n . p1plication. Satturd:ay, June 13, 191.1 Railroad Time Table. EAS'T 114 t'NI. No. 5I nitotor .tar. Ieavts 7:15 . in1. No. 5406 p1a;tnt.t'rr. l.a' es 9:t7 a. In. WEST IIt'ND. No. . l.S Inesenger, leaves 2:05 p. in. No. 509 motor car. arrive , 5:.55 p. :u. Build Up Our Town. There s-eems to be qluite a iTal OlusV aonhg stutI bttuille.-s lIIen...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 17. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish. La., Saturday, June 20, 1914. $1 a Year. Inmmm | . mm•n II ii • il I I • | I• im N l N l ||•I III i I • I IlI ! I • | IIII NI ri Il II I l|II· For Your Stock Use They Doctor No I)renching Thernselves -- No Handling No Starving No Trrouble The Guaranteed Wo'-rm Destroyer and Conditioner. It is easy to feed Salvet. You feed it just like you Ido salt. Put it ihlcere all of the live stock -- s-heep, hugs, horses and cattle, can gtt it idaily, and; th,-v will J.octor ttemselwes. It is especially fine for hogs. For sale by the CITY PHARMACY First Class White C Oats at $2.25 per sack Guaranteed 4-Bushels, at Vallee's Feed Store Mail as yrour orders for Office Supplies, Stationery, Typewriters and Typewriter Supplies Note the following prices. Postage prepaid. Typewriter Ribbons. any color, any make ................ each 75c; per dozen. 57.00 Typewriter...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

NO MORE HARDTACK; Army Bakers Sound Death Knell of Famous Food. U. S. So.diers No Longer Have to Break Their Teeth on "Cast Iron" Bread-Breadmakers Carry Outfit for Troops. Vera 'ruz, Mlix Mod.-rn field or gat:athion has sthattird an'othr Ic tureT. lul, faturc sc ar. Hardtack. nliit: iil ej vii). ;i;:;.r. Sti.r) swap ping it l- It h:a I ,:t *-I prrmn inently as oH, of the jr. ,i.. a hh Ii heroes rimsl i ae, ~is ot u'd. Nto longer carn ;t h,, the Ih i:i staet prop ini ,fltlultlm t Fal l r an e , io f " the tacritLicing c rudll '" thi g;c-i ,t tl last crumb to a ua d f l, br,' ti 1. ft the dutiful soen who -ad i- i , ti;t t ( to write howe to mother an~w went hungry for a week in cunstquencie, or of p1rofane Sl)'tri. nh. a h , made a new vocal record when het broke, an eye tooth on the dural.l F amny ration Fresh bre-ad In big, soft rolis, as palat abi it's can be turned out by the tor t ntodleri bakery, takes the place of tin hardtack of other campaigi". It lb all baked in the...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

IROAýDWAY JO2NE5 ~ EDWARD IIAR3IIALL WITH PHOTOGRAPnH FR>OM TIlL PLAY Of GEORGE M.COIAN F ROjM N i HE LA SYNOPSIS. Jackon Jon , m n trJnI "Breirl ' ,' " tous t, g't -ti , r . I . s al1, bwn Jonesville. A e r.,r - . very arrv 1 - rt:. , a· · u settle dd.wn an, In it guie ft.ctory In ', . ' ! - i , ', 1. .1.l t, 1:" f ' rn.,r int t p.I;, Si,utsw'oo,! I f, s rr - ,:r,, ottI a y . tn..t t !-.Cf " h: r, t, his : tr ,s ,t a r !.is " lnr . t I I:", 1.e at' ,r'. tr-.It ir \ is ,rk '.' : . NV.w -,.rk ft , lla, g.un ,, . .r " .,,' \ " \\. ":. 1'',.r \. y;tLss ,x,dl P'rad ;ty ,sil, . n!v disc~. ' thar t h." is i(,t (nl', t,r,,k,-. h. , h.. sr\." In d.ebt. I.-- giqdIlv n--ks wo' rk s wuit!:,-tit sar ,,as.. tr-n'tlway hIL,, I i nn- rigagK.", t' Mrs ("-rard, sr. an. i-ent w-law, w'ealtt y and very giddy \\t il ce learns that rtirr d way :P hr,-r - :I.:I offl.r- him a p,-sitlon with his fat:,. r'- crdvertt1-.i firm. but It Is .1. :Irod : , hlace tilakes c harir- of Bradwt-. v af't irs tro...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

Events in Louisiana MO. PAC, WILL iFER USE T. P, TRACKS ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR THE SUSST GOULD LINE TO ENTER NEW E ORLEANS DIRECT. WePfern N.wpD r fl' , rn NYwce i tic Wator New Orleans.--The- \.issouri paciic ato railroad will enter New Orbl-ains over inercia the tracks of the Texas & Pacific in thi sta the near future by a deal made in Hoard New York recently and just announe- % isions ed he re. ed to t By tie terms of the contract, the Airicu Missouri Pacific acquires the right to If th use the Texas & Pacific tracks from Senate Ferriday to New O(rleans. rgets track- tain. t age rights from Addis to Alexandria the fte and becomes joint owner with the service Texas & Pacific of terminals the for- be bro mer road had announced it was to The build here. and for which a se~? has the Cc been obtained. Comm The Iron Mountain extends south approt from Pine Bluff to Ferriday. La.. op- The osite Natchez, Miss.. and to lake l,.e-N Charles, La., by way of Alexandria. mease 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. — 20 June 1914

VILLA TURNS AGAINST CARRANZA REBEL CHIEF WORKED COUP ON CARRANZA, SEIZED TELEGRAPH OFFICE AT JUAREZ AND PUT CARRANZA SUBORDINATES IN PRISON. VILLA QUITS ARMY Will Endeavor Now to Take Contro of Northern Mexico-Orders Have Been Issued by Villa to All Garrisco Commanders of Chihuahua to Se': Representatives to Torreon at On:, for Conference. El Paso, Tex.-Tt was learned Ti:, day that five days ago Villa resigi. as commander of the constitutions!i army of the north and Tuesday ni-l Villa adherents forcibly seized the telegraph office and bureau of info: mation at Juarez. indicating that 1lh, long-expected parting of the ways he tween the rebel chieftain and Car ranza had arrived. GENERAL VILLA. El Paso, Tex.-General Francisco Villa has retired as commander in chief of the constitutionalist army. Through his trusted agents in the army, Villa Tuesday seized all branches of the government in Tor reon, Chihuahua and Juarez, putting the Carranza officials in jail and put ting his own men i...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

Doubts, and How to Dispel Them By REV. HO'.\RD W. POPE Sup"nt!.ontd of l Moody &a- inn bik. LmWs TFXT-" am the I;Kht of the waorld he +.t, f -'I' w.'th mn !:all not walk In da ' -. ,,a hi have the light of life." It is not strange that men are doubters. Sin has so blinded our moral vision that we do not see the truth as it is. but in a distorted fashion which makes it less at tractive. "The nat ural man re ceiveth not the things of the Spirit of God; for they are foolish ness unto him; neither can he know them because they are s: ritual ly discerned." (I Cor. 2:141 Furthermore, the truth as it is in Jesus carries with it condemnation for the sinner, and no one enjoys re proof or rebuke. As the lawyer, will ing to justify himself, said: "Who is my neighbor?" so the natural heart questions the authority of the Bible, and even the existence of God, rather than confess its sin. Add to this the fact that the devil who first injected doubt into the mind of man, and who is rightly c...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

Cool Gowns for Summer Strollers I4lI6 y t' f -> / A__ THE Camera Man, armed with his I merciless instrument and his alert, discriminating eyes, we have always with us. And now the Moving Pic ture Man is "taking" unawares, every thing within his reach. Both are as insistent as the Jersey mosquito, and many a wrathful victim considers him self stung by all of them. But the Camera Man and the Mov ie Man are destined to do us much good. We are about to see ourselves as others see us--and when we least expect it. On the Board Walk (which may stand for any fashionable dress pa rade) the Camera Man has a chance to make comparisons and to look for standards by which to make compar isons. In the picture shown here he has succeeded in catching the pho tograph of two wonderfully well-clad women whose charming costumes are standards of excellence, that not many others measure up to. They demon strate that modes of the season which have been much criticized and are un satisfactory to the majo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 20 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published every Saturday in the city of Abbeville, L.a. --ntecrd aý secoud clas maatter Marchl_ 1. 1913. at tlae pot otthce at Ajbtwvil1., La.. uander ,t t of March 3, 1879. SUISCH 1PTION RATES. UnI ear .51....... .0 Saxz months Three montth- . " . Siuge! v Aull" tkriptiun., ae paablre -.triotly cash in ,.aucr. . NUTICE TO 5'J1CRIB1LRs: On andi Arter Juy I1 1 914, the subscription ae 4 the Abb,.,ilre PIrugr,, will be l.i ltr ).ar. 1.'p to that itne it Hill be S1 . p r year. j . W . O'Hti an............ roprietor. Phonur: Office .4, R.esiden'e 132. , Advertisinig I at. I 'lpn .\Applicati"on. tlii Saturday, June 20, 1914 it lai Railroad Time Table. co :FAST IOi )NI . ro No. 51 nmtor ear, leaves 7:15 a. uII. No. 5)6 paste'nger, haveT , 9:37 a. n. or .W1EST OItUNDI). of No. SO lia .enger, leaveIs "2:15 p. 1n. of No. 519 wts or car. arrive.r 5:53 p. iii. LARGIE: S'MiS Fon G(ooD Ro.\I's. ex ex :Fund., available in all of the I".1 states for the imnprovement of ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 June 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 1. Phone 248. A-. vil- -ernili u Par ish, a, ,Saturday, Ju e 2 7, 1911. $ ,. Y r.---- - Phone 248. .\hL8il YX rmiion Parish. La., Saturday, Ju 2, 1914.Yr. S--- . . - . . - . .. . . .. . .. . .$ e 'lThe Greatest Motion Picture Eiver iMaXlh( George Kleine's Attraction "QUO VADIS" IN EIGHT PARTS VICTOR THEATRE One Night Only--Tuesday, June 30 Main Floor 25c - - - - Balcony 15c mm m l m  m In amW •| aig I _ I~m M Mail us your orders for Office Suipplies, Stationery, Typewriters an(t Typewriter Supplies Note the following prices. Postage prcpaicd Tvpeawriter Ribbons, any col,.r, any tn ..ke., ........... each 75c; px.r dozen, S7.(4) Typewriter oil, slp'cial rat le for tpewrit.-rs only........ ....... 15 and LSc per bottle Ty-pewriter Mats, made of felt, to put under typ.writer to deaden' noise, lighten touch, tc .......................... ............................... each. . 5e Swinging .l...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 June 1914

ml DEFENDER OF SAN LUIS POTOSI A ..v SV I, a 40 I ·r t ý i ýwý ý ,X83 ^ .ý `" ' ;. ý IiI S.S 4 .y . P(eern Migul BIarrios. commander in-chief of tre !ederal forces at San Luts Potosi, who ihas been blocking, at least temporarily the progres of the rebels to Mexico City. STORY OF SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S 1s YEAR STRUGGLE FOR AMERICA'S CUP Irish Sportsman Has Spent Several Million Dollars and a Stu pendous Amount of Keen Thinking in His Endeavor to Gain Title to This Much Coveted Yachting Trophy So Care fully Guarded by United States Yachtsmen. New York.-Down in the vault oz famous Jewelry house on Fifth avenue, New York city, there is a dingy, bat tered piece of silver, neither a mod ern work of beauty nor a valuable an tique, a thing likely to tempt at first Sir Thomas Lipton. glance only the thief looking for som thig to feed his melting pot. Yet a great London sportsman h apeat 16 years, several million dollal mnd a stupendous amount of k- hkinkag in his endeavor to gala i io this car...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 June 1914

ROADWAY JONE FROM TIlL PLAY OF GEORGE P1.COfnW EDWVAlARD McRSlALL WIT1m PHOTOGRAPFth FROM1 jCENE5 If THE PLAY a ~ ~~~~~~~~ _O) ~'1· "YC··A CIrn 14 SYNOPSIS. Jar ,sl 'a n,.. rn in·c·k'".tn.I, l::; .",!va'" .itl'. , ,' i ný ] 'v ('" .n', I. t ii tf . ,t ' ll ",'; J,.,..s lI AItni.r .I t r : n nn I. , i ae.t'b. dwn .nl I take ; . i t ",a 4K ' €is father = :t !:,,, .. ha: ,.... i r, , i,, v' f laket r' , rt ' I ,t i ,,t.ln f irn faor te tr .. t in \n ." aW t V.r r" N ew Y',rk fr nr I ,.th rt V:l 'l , I ,t ( ', t way .re.'t,. a ,'enati'. v ) .-strt a g a r:.," ' . n in h . \ \ ' tl V\\ t -'  r . '. ' r '. pass ant lit aa' viw u 'Ib i, -' rs a that h' I 1a not ,nlv hbr ke. . . :'. ý debt. I1 1t,"lt s,.,ks work at' i .' c" We s . Tirho l w ti a h.. ,r . .n te * . ! M l S Ger arl. in :n, , e ti t :lnt v ery" g'h ,dy \\'all.w ,.' earnr tF at Itr ,,'' - way is .irk. aItn l.'o r I 'l 1 r with hi= father'sa i.,- r  m but " Br .o.l.v y' a'f! i ts I ti r l ': " 1., a telegram tnnn l...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 27 June 1914

NO INDEMNITY SOUGHIl BY U. S. FROM MEXICO PROTOCOL WILL BE SIGNED THIS WEEK. AND NO CHARGES FOR TAKING VERA CRUZ. PEACE r M ýTS HAVE NEW PLAN They Propose to Have Constitutional ists in Separate Conferences-No Telling What Will Be Outcome. Other News of Mexico. Niagara Falls, Ont.--'lans were completed \\ielne -lay by t he South American nmediatorI for the signini within a few ,a' s of all protocols in thl peace plan a hich re!ate to inter national dillferenc's betoo en the Unit ed States and .le-xico. except the plank d ving the c·omposition and personnel of the new provisional government. The mediators intend to have the entire peace plan ready so that at informal conferences the IHuerta and constitutionalist delegates may select a provisional president and cabinet of ficers. Before these conferences are held, the work of the mediators and the American delegates virtually will be finished. Representatives of the two Mexican factions then will assume the responsibility of making o...

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