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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

-1 t(t "Ten Pounds," Repeated Rya]M, a Hand In His Pocket. SYNOPSIS. Oorare Percival Algernon Jones. viS president of the Metropolitan Orientsal Rug company of New York. thirsting for romance. is in Cairo on a business trip Horace Ryanne arrives at the hotel Ia Cairo with a carefully guarded bundle Ryanne sells Jones the famous holy Yh ordes rug wntch he, admits having stolen from a pasha at Bagdad. Jones meets Major Callahan and later is introduced to Fortune Chedsove by a woman to whom he had loaned 150 pounds at Monte Carle some months previously, and who turns out to be Fortune's mother. Jones takes Mrs. Chedscye and Fortune to a polo game. Fortune returns to Jones the money borrowed by her mother. Mrs. Chedsoye appears to be engaged in some mysterious enterprise unknown to the daughter. Hyanne interests Jones in the United Romance and Adventure comrn pany. a concern which for a price will arrange any kind of an adventure to or der. Mrs. Chedsoye. her brother. Major Callahan. Wa...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

PROPOSED TARIFF ON MANY ITEMS A Concise Statemcnt of th Changes Made by New Bill. COMMODITIES ON FREE L T Rates Faised on Some Lux'rier - rPIW Wool Placed on Free List and Siugar Given Heavy Reduction--Falrm Products Heduced. W ah11 n  u111r. 1-11 ! .11n rt tft rh 1(h'n IIL r n tl m e 1e . 1 1 , " 1 1 1 , .f 1"1( III I I '11 1 . " 1 e li. ' iae s 1|7111 I t % o Ifrt ' cIIic n Ii'' i · t i, fil If11tl ituir , Is 1 1. f 1tllf (1'(' " 1t1 4.'. .r n s I 4r4.(-  4ilo . 1 l, h 111, It  IeI 4 ) 4'1 ( lt a hill 'l (lIa1 ,l. f lr llI) 1 .1'n1 4 ll1 Ill 1'111114 a I c1'41 r r'Il)1d. fro 1 ' .,'tfrs ft 1 Cr nll It ~4Ii tINlll '1(H 11:t. f )rom1 ,i :" c IIR t 1 t o 1 10 rct a r, itutter, from Ii (',l111 to 3 C'ren I .i I s' ' '. rl r ('4r 14r It llo l to 4f( ! l, per (' 'll ll 1: I4l'll411 Iti ett11. flo t : 14 14rn n to ^. '"1ts :l1 Ic frolIl . 'll 4w to 2 ' ,'i tI per 'c N ,' r v1" it, i ,.. I fi nd I i '.lllint 7. 5from I. r ' *"t to to I p. 4r ('111 I"r,',hl ', ..hs h s, fromlll p(: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. — 19 April 1913

Costs Less Than a Two-cent Postage-Stamp An average of less than a cent and a third a pair Is paid for the use of all our machines in making two-thirds of the shoes produced in the United States-assuming that all our ma chines are used. The most that can be paid for the use of all our ma chines in making the highest-priced shoes is less than 5% cents a pair. The average royalty on all kinds of shoes is less than 2 2-3 cents a pair. From this we get our sole return for the manufacture and use of the ma chines, for setting them up in facto ries and keeping them in order. You pay two cents for a postage stamp or a yeast-cake and five cents for a car fare and don't miss it. Where do you get more for your money than in buy ing a machine-made shoe? Write us and we will tell you all about It. The U'nited Shoe Machinery Company, Boston, Mass.-Ady. None of us can afford to say all the fool things we would like to say. To Rellieve the Pain of Born Instantly and tAke ,ttl1 al inftltMtfltat Io ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 April 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS a .-wM ;1 1-i . M r -. :t: , i:: : or~i·h r. h ic .:ttI r nl ,' it rlils 1v. 1S. e . Railroad Time Table. ! h;,,,. 'is .\,Td rcside:Nce 12. n,.s , 2, . . ,cha. t C !, t' . s havceri ber olb!r to col: r Iteii, t:'. the t ti l hir:. This \\1 i>' 1:ýI I 1 \ : O to ca' ho e. , .t ;7 (t. )II. ote fu IN,. 11 CA';nd'", r T:Ei I. ID. h u r.are:, oof lst Suna. cld t) hrint g tab:. forthl a bctter sy)s tmi) of hIil)C- hfor n Sosnc. T itere sent i to t'e hea 1r ndecy toiar ndci T c'on vt is 24 and rcsidci ce 112. ,, ,.n , is no , ire cto pnly here alit C" for I. tolu conltari)t, go wte there is av 'er oire, and o ard, e i s hu t1 oh.e prssi Wdevol MORE CAEI NEElE)D. hadan lear It would seclp, that the fire "ou of last Sbe one to suldee t1ri te et forth a better system of bait- her ( diring te t har;e agkept ainl the nr;t hose. There seould to bose a tar take c towaring theglect oday it the part of sotkeoie. nihere. de is no fire company here at softl presehoult, and ou...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

BBEvILLE PRO"RES VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. ^. Phone 248. Abbeville,, \Y.rmilio g I'irish, I,,., l:ltunlr'y, April 2. I13. $1 a Ycr .* . * e * * b ******** * **** S RO -I inNL.I, CARDl)." = - li :,,' T. ( ,r1vy, A tl. 1 11 .\it Law.: . ivh " I )h,, 1 . ,, r 1:atik of Ahlix Lille. 1F. J. S lisna, `:. ate I ihlic. \V. I;. \Vhite, Norit oif Conrt Iluse. k. J. alTlabuvc, .Attrrlr"y at Law. Notary in office. J. (). Iro ussanl, Atte) n(t at Law. N tair a.n ,tri .tr'actoir in ,fice. Kitcht'll & lailey, Near t.lt IIMouse. 'alttcr II. (. rdVl, A\itrn,%'a at Law. - ! Notary * in office. Grc'c'n & (r;cinc, A.\,i mnV. at Law. Notary in office. John Ni1.Licr, District Atvorn(v and Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Brave Girl Captured C.vlct. A girl postal clerk n-amrd Meier of Lichtenr.. in liBden. Germany. i the heroine of an ezcling chtase after a convict who escape.d while being ta ken to prison. When the toma escaped from his guar...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

Abbeville Progress .. W i'i t -YAN PHONE 248. If science can evolve a stingless bee, why not a voiceless cat? Take your choice, hubby, when the parlor rug comes out. Beat it o0 beat it "Skirts will be worn tighter than over," says a fashion expert. How can they?" "Woman Goes Over Niagara Falls eo Pleasure Trip," says a headline. Bow enjoyable! Do you think that the man who is always telling how to manage a wom an, ever tried it? If Friedmann's vaccine shall be es tablished, the turtle will take its place alongside the cow. What an awful calamity it would be ift the leading baseball players should contract writer's cramp! Long silence by a man at a tele phone may not indicate wire trouble. Maybo his wife's at the other end. Twenty-three hundred love letters were found among the effects of an Australian bachelor. Evidently he either had to die or marry to stop them. - Some men would like to have a job picking the blossoms off a cen tury plant at $10,000 a year, if they couldn't get 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. — 26 April 1913

1 A. I' SYNOPSIS. Pr~ r " c!.-r!1 Al, rn,,n Jnnes. vi," N..  w York. hlrt!in f," tCaTr on a ti.i inis trip t f ,r . ," a r : ! u t h:, . h ,o t l irn •'r, ' :, I ,. ' , ,t , !  1t'' , 1,t,] .l,.r, a lm '-i. n1 r( ! 0 r is nltro,,du . to 'p x n 1 e I ; : 1.t, :n ,!s a t M rn the i';tr! , Iarn. I: ; r i. tl. t iand %%h-, tIur ne.r. " "1 her .Joth.er tatr • h ý i. t1"; ti k t In s n1" nys"' rI . ' r.rIpro uinknw ni to It,' I , .:, . nttrit s .l,,es in the T lii., I: r ' , ' ,n , Adventur c'umn pany. a . n,, ti wt ich for a price will arr.i.-n ny ki ' t i f atn adventu re to or der. \Mr- ' -v,-. her brothir. Malor Ct'al amtan. \V:Ii,, , and tRyanne. as the tIntt,.il 1: n, i..iti, antI AlIventure company. plan i r 'k , l*nti.rrise Inlvolving Jones. yann. n.iki .s known to Mi~ts ('h.,,".sye his it., jut h t,, marry Fortiune. Mrs. Chis.+ ,!., ar, sis .l, will not perlit It Plat.- r-' ., to preve-nt Joncs s i-tliln to' h (1. li tine steals Jun.'i' Iitters f ind a. l 1:-p I ,-s II wir'...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS This Breed Thought to Be Most Profitable by Many. Ducklings Reach Marketable Site When About Twelve Weeks Old and Find Ready Demand In Hotels and Restaurants. (fey A. (iAI.IGl:TII) The Indian Runner is rather small. fully matured ducks weighing trom four to five ipounds. Drakes from five to six pounds. live weight. lut they grow very rapidly While young and are easy to raise. What they lack in weight is more than made up for in their other good quall ti5s. To begin with, they are very prolific layers; beginning when about six n:mnths old. Their eggs are pure white and a little larger than those of a Plymouth Rock hen. They are superior in quality to any duck's eggs that we have ever eaten. and as a rule they bring higher prices in the market. The ducklings reach a marketable Indian Runner Drake and Duck. size when about 12 weeks old. When forced, they will weight four to five pounds at two months. The meat of the Runner is of su perior quality; fine In the grain...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

THE WISDOM OF DADDY CROW By CALEB B. WHITFORD. A very wise old crow that lived 1i the north with his big tribe found the winters were too severe for him so he concluded to take the crows, over which he ruled, and migrate to a& more southern country where it was not so cold. Blut when he called the crows together to advise them of his decision to take them to a warmerf climate they made some objections to going to a new country. "We are doing very well here," said young Jimmy ('row. "You must not forget," answered; the old crow. "that I am a very wise bird. I have lived here a great many years and have taught most of youe all you know about getting your liv' lag and keeping out of trouble. I want to continue to help you. Per haps you had better put Jimmy Crow at the head of the community and de pose me. I've noticed lately that be professes to have a wonderful lot of wisdom for a young crow." "l'm going to follow Daddy," said little Billy Crow. "Of course I'm a little crippled cr...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

Does Backache Worry You? ainv nr o su:tI.r with backache andl ak i.ly:,,.)'s are unnaturally irr:tal:le I fr, ttul 1;,A kliieys fail to e rin 0te i.I th! uric :cid tr-m the svs ni, k, "i , y':,,a "¾v1 ed.'"' and c,:s : the i .ac, r.'tri ' 'ia pa. V!hen yh.ur iack ari:, and you notice ns of hbli:,. r ir '-.: iariti s, su; act ir kidn.,vs and towein usin'g Dan' i.!y Ills., ti:e be.st recommended i hit kid:ney remedy. Arkansas Case I Get Doa.'s at Any Storea SOc a Box OAN 'S KIS I' ISTER.-MILSURN CO.. Buffalo. New or he Wretchedness F Constipation i quickly be overcome by ct I surely andRTE tly othe ITTLE r. C u re I. , ,.  . , ad- PILLS. tzi s, and Indigestion. Theydotheir duty. kLL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signatureand BULGARIAN" MIDDY $1.35 I ing brlng her new bbn~w alrm matle Bol riat, and of Troane. -'HUGIAIAN" has its dy gatbered toL, a hiptlgbt band which i1 es e low waist ine of Se.et stunning Blan t Ird. Mnllus.e, yeas to i but, tbr etrher wlth a e...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

Constipation Vanishes Discovery from World's Great Healh Resort that Doctors Prescribe as Best on Earth for Torpid Live In liot Springs. Arkansas, the great renmdy for ('onstilratioti. Sluggish liver and all stomach and bowel trot0 h is 110()T Sl'IIN(;S LIVERI IUT' TO( NS l:v,,ry visitor to Hlot Springs has 'ard of th'tse little M onder workerS lhi cllaust. learn 'd physiciars there prre Feril., t hel anrd e'v('rybodv takes then, when a laxative is required They are the really perfet.ct, gntle., safe . sure. liver anld bowel regulator. Take orne to -night---cut out Calormel and harsh catharteRs. All druggists at 25 cents. For free sample write llot Sprlnis Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. Cook and the Cuckoo. Mistress Itridget, what ails the cuckoo clock? I haven't heard it to day. Itridget--We'll, mum. there do be A strange, cat around the kitchen,. n' likely the Igar bir-rd's afeared to coime out. You're "Out!" In thc"game of health" u\' t ( are s(ooll "' (1l% 1w1and out" if you a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 April 1913

,E VILLE R 3R Ci R!SS 1 , -1 '7a,-L..J T;:. -,¢ Tia . DAK, FG08GY NI( T Cy J. N. PH!LLIPS. "V,'( nt you tlln P. sa ir.r'e yarn?" ;k'd the, niw ,boardlcr of tho be ;'n. Theo be' n took a big drink (.f v.ater Ad beuan: ''"Wh n I wna a pi.ri -----" "A pirate!" g'twa,'d thn new beard "Ye. I uo'.d to b' a pitrt. It Isn't ýn:rall, 'nown, iut I \r.s. I rznited to Sur-+ me n; pirut." "I!,"w did ,ou come to give It up?" "That's furt w'it I wa-i gettiag -ady to hilt! ynu- itow I cine to ºl[ p Itruftin'. \'o b:o tirn th ln ' h:h ,r s~.v,-n month`. on th t cdl "'h'."h *e'd tnl:en out omf a cih:rch at .Iran- ntan when vwe sar'rod !'r town thorn. Ve hadn't dont. rny pirutin' nor ghtin' for en long *hf't we wan get In' pretty rusty. Fn-eP of i5 hail rrgott"n ho" to Iltrut in the Frien Ifle way. Wo wns good Individual truts, but we didn't have good team rork. "I set the boys on e4 by givfring hem a good rensttn'. You s-,. I was he head plrut. I told them they rere a hunch of tiddlewinkers and...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 May 1913

1, ABBEVILLE PRO RESS VOI.. i. I)evoted to the Interests of A;bcville and Srtrrot;!ditn1 Community. NO. 10. Phone 248. :\1 vtill,, \'rl li,,i Pnri:.i, i.,., 11. ., 1.7.. $1 a Ycar * I'RkF 11 SSIlN\1, A1CARIDS * 4 it,,llt N i tier, I (t i .\lollll,\ . 15t5I . lttrneV :vat 1a Naotarv in oiu t .Ittý.rno :1t Iinw hI'lI t ( f1 .lt t vl 1 PLta k ot .\thhva ih I'. j. S:tillsl, ltttrnll' " at !5nw. Nýta. v Puhh, W. II. \White, I,awaar. North of tairrt fI[o ., R. J. lal;attuve, .lttomt.v .1t l.aaw Nottrv in ,th-' J. (). Blroussard, AttItna,"c :at Law NSotirt an.l .lps( lA11 fior (an oal 4. Kitchcll a& Iaile'y, A.1tortfsf.\ at L.aw Nt at C int _ l t iu'-.i" Walter IB. o,r ly, .1ttorltl"% at Iaw, `Natarv in atfhleaa. reeneti & (Greetne, Attornelis at Law. Ntar. ill tltlr. J. K. Lambe WVill make your sign. asilnt your I:sme, nrr-a(e or :til, lkckrtte lmor home with wall ap111 , Calliit or 0 .:.nit is anl. uiar Lteit ,atisfa. tion1. Ask Anybody D. 1RE:)E rCK ihllo conaluclta I...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 May 1913

ECONOMICAL PRODUCTION OF BEEF ANU OBTAINING PURE-BRED HERD OF CATTLE Prize Yearling Hereford Steer. A h lt ,ti n eii tllt i " riE( nor lltii I ' l t I"tef l'Produe tion, " t. 11 It. Snith, ; lhas jut I.bee.n ess..ud y the Nebraska in exlpe.rilnent. stadtionl. 'lh is r-ejort lit l't' s thei riesults of four e'xperiiunents Itl in I hi  t oh ontparisIns are IlIadei of lit' in fereltt ratioos suitable fur prudultigt beef in N b"r. ska and of diftireni.t to types and breeds of cattle fed under tl like conditions. The general conclu- fi tioens are as follows: it In colmparing bran. linseed-meal, de and cold pressed cotton seedl cake ti each as a source of protein supple- p( Inenting cornmeal and silage, the S icoll pressed cake proved to be worth is f,0 per cent more per ton than wheat h bran. and linseed meal 18 per cent. cc more per ton than cold pressed cot- g ton seed cake. al in the use of each of these supple- tl nmentary protein feeds with cornmeal it and prairie hay, the cold ...

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

YiA~1T I~~s. 4 b kill' Nis e tcelhnt s~ketch of the [AIL, :u d 1 hara "' of the I r. hid ~nt 'f II t};, I n t. Sidtate, 'l~ nr m..i(· k41 I bf ft ho ostfr (I enarkah p :rrlc d. and /in d/r ,ll l e t t ifi e i u ri . P t i his lit. u « r in~ n i 'aki~ .irp r t ier it; ten .o l(I, and ta t a itr 114 r ine ciat In t l + t ilitary mirt s than oI a -!iiut !i `'I aiii In that bnief Mixticn campm;'aigni liavis I 7 ar. t t.iniahly exhi hit id some. of thi fine-t II +' AA qual ities oif a soldiefr, ii iiitid ast was t hi i Id '- j i /feu~Dv~ / Just befr cc e ie dom1stic har lpiness in tha 1 Mississippi Valley -- a s a cotton planter, having we'd ded the dauglh ter of Col. Zachary Tay Slor. Miss Sa rah Knox Tay dfferon erv . was near his as /r rIudenf " elder brother Joseph, to lor their display. These were not shown by mere personal heroism, though his, as we have already said, was of the highest order, but in a thorough equipment with all the resources of military skill and science. in the...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 May 1913

Abbeville Progress J. '. H'I tYAN PHONE 248. T he n oll-l r;ol ;4 , t l. w. I 1, rIIOV e as athlh lc(. ;iw €°re ern olraclt; lflow short is 1.nlr s duratiion '\ h t as I. oaltu of P'.illeie' \\ ;r\ iu"' 1)c'tt pity the ,oal Tean IHe has IProspe'rous Hlntl 'rs llla r' tf:l tUllu Roses rnal bloom in rth s pring. but "Sweet tulips" we ha4lire with us al S ay. The year 'i: m.;'ts w. ith the full expectations of the most supersti- pe t.ious. 70 Ho It has been said that even the best Cal of men are Somletimes wor.tted. and or that's no yart. fro Fot Man upstate is be.ing tsued because he he did not pay a not.. Another case sou whicth requires due Intfluence. Mr S gas mo Ignorance of the law does not de Ch, feat a client nearly so oftten as does may the ignorance of his law. er Un par The man who stole the ivory keys r, from the piano probably could have Ca been found in the flat underneath. pl Does that poultry fancier who is try- hih ing to develop a wingless chicken in. Pit tend to ke...

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

Louisiana News / ,,., (ll ,rner,. I) her k1, cal State STATE HOMESTEAD MEETING. W R. Percy of Minden Elected Presi dent-New Iberia Selected for 1914 Meeting. iT glgr'g l"h" I.('atlgi;anma IIlanesctgal' l i,' a:' ' igluldl its lalbors Saturdl ay. W. II. I',rc of .Ml deghi was elec'ted pre-iilv'g t flor ih.- uomnlgli' year;r fir.st Si . pirs.idlnt. \V ; E. w'il|y; secotrli i side I llls . \nt . \ I v. I IvialHt is; thir' -ia' p'rasid ntl. Miss Ella MaindI' I'a" inl Igtl os - ' r talll . 1:i ll e' N\ \;"g 'S t -. ta s'.u lllrr .1 \ I l)'D illa. Ni '\ Ihrla'g; ' ,'..- ' elec'ted as i ilt. tigXg Iii ttign pl.iac '. ' I'hs tollowinggtg di.'" ga;la's ,: 'rt' el-h tc', to r'r,, sainstr l IIh St l*te " , ag.'s i.tii ll at the ill |rti'st o Iit t1 I' iitdil Sl t lts I ; ll u ' in II M il , .a a ill Al ~g.is l . ( I 'arge (I. alslh. '.al . . I(' l;t Davll IItiughe. W. JJ.tBay rgalorl'er. T M Itiocsal anlid W. G. NaWeeks. with \V II. Turn r I. I'. Sullivan., .1 '. il rr, mor'., K. ( :a. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 May 1913

WOMAN SUFFERED I, TEN YEARS From Nervousness Caused by Female Ills-Restored to sl Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Auburn, N. Y. -" I suffered from t; nervousne3s for ten years, and had such " organic pains that '" sometimes I would I' lie in bed four days °" at a time, could not to eat or sloep and did ,I nit want anyone to PI t:, lk to me crbothvr me at a'!. Some Sti:mes I would suffer " r" for seven ho:rs ata 1 : time. l);.lrrentdoc . tors di i the best e' the'y could for me until four months ago I began giving "n Lydia E. Iinkham's Vegetable Com- " pound a trial and now I am in good . health."-Mrs. WILu.I.xM H. Gu.L, 15 't J'leasant Street, Auburn, New York. d't "Doctor's Daughter Took It." it St. Cloud, Minn.-" I was so run down E by overwork and worry that I could not i stand it to have my children talk aloud rr or walk heavy on the floor. One of my friends said, 'Try Lydia E. Pinkham's n Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc- pi tor's daughter here in town wh...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 May 1913

A Weak Stomach? I Have you indigestion or dye pepsia, a torpid liver or any other of the many ills com ing from a weak stomach ? DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Dli Ioer "lion's share' in eliminating these distressing ailments. Order a Botte tree You, Druggist todsy You Need NO "SPRING MEDICINE" I you keep year liver active, year bewele regular and your dieestion geed Regulate the BoweeIs Stitnulates the Liver nm prove Digestion and Purify the Blood CHANGED POINT OF REFORM Uncle Rastus at Least Was Honest in His Acknowledgment of Prev ious Lapses From Grace. The colonel had remonstrated" vig orously with UnIcle Itastus about the old darky's persistent excursions Into the state of inebriation. Uncle Rastus, though he promised falthfuly to refrain from' frequent dips into the flowing bowl, failed to live up to the colonel's expectations. On numerous occasions the colonel saw Rastus under the influence of liq uor, but the darkey when taken to task stoutly denied the accusation. affirm ing ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Pulblished evern Saturday in the ;,. city of Ahbbevillc, La. to 1 E;atere'd -is ;-toe d ctlass matter I,:rc'h 1, 1913, at tlt. p1,t ofli(e at .\b!Rh-vill', '. La.. ulner ;. t of March 3. 1479. Subscritptio; ,l 5 ta ,tr, 1 a.0. 1 i i : IlvaI(,'. 31 J. w . ()'lrvan....... • rol'rtict.r" 1. Jhlont"s : ()ftice 2Ix, tReidcInce I.'2. ," Ad -ert!sin, R.t.. I : 1., ' ilati m Saturdlay, M:": 3,. 11H13. Railroad Time Table. .AST Bi MNID. I No. 508 motor car, leaves' 6.311 a il. Nil No. 506 pat.tvIengr, h.tve s 9. 7 t. In t. No. 52.8 ' tixed, leaves 4;1I) .p . W"iE;T OT 1Ni). No. 527 tnixac., leave 9:37 a. it. 1r No. 50( 1 aassenger, leaves 2;:5 p. lit. No. 1509 motor car, arri'ves 6:10 p. in. I -ill t AS TO M.\II ()ORI)ER 'hum I lHOUSES. . If the lmail order houses are slot to have the business of' l your town, the home mer- i. chants must convince the pco- . ple that they can save money M1t( by trading at homc. 41 Most persons would rather buy at home than through a ,ir...

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