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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 September 1914

K f SABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 31. Phone 248. AbbXville, Vcrmilion Parish, La., Saturday, September 26, 1914. $1.00 a Year. WHEN IN ABBEVILLE VISIT T H E T O THEATRE SThe Home of High clas A" Sweet Potato Crop is Late Farmers Advised to Defer Digging Until Later. Owing to the lateness of the sweet potato crop this season, farmers are advised to defer digging them for a time in order that they may attain {full maturity, when they may be dug and stored until D)c cemiber or J anuary. In order to get the advant age of the early market pump kin yams vines should I e planted during the last of April and first of May; then they will mature by August, when the market is always good. This year the vines were planted late and a back ward season put the harvest period beyond the time when Tlexas and Gcorgia potatoes glutted the market. People seldnim get good out of war,but this rear the sugar planters Pad rice planters are b...

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 September 1914

Abbevile Progress I. W'. ) HItYAN PHONE 248. A u.:.u Is *!d1rnll crcc'.d in love of Mare :r:s ni, ct(, oril tin!it of bad busine ss The KrI , a-re not complaining of hard ,ine. Wlii not t! i;:( I he army worm to eat dl, rl, licur Thoi. lr i",l a l r'th .,er, to to rI'ad about "i n r , t .h11 The sti;.r * r cirl i oirinting ip 'he season a ,r,ln . And th, r" . iahiy a slip twixt the aervice :, te tip. War  ('!, pR;i n in which .verv body rol, rit!,l Ir, ,s America:l r, . now he forc~d to raise a Crp of i; ,.r:t singers flow 'r:rr, fi, saartter have you worn out thf slrmmller? -- NCurope:in soldlers fight In many lhnguages, h.it the gus Slpeak only aee. When a man realles that he has been dlone he wanits to roast sorne- body. Perhaps the. phrase will be changed Epm "caught a Tartar" to "caught a * gelglan." A submarine with llts periscope shot so Is like a Cyclops with his one eye Iunched out. Those who proposed to go abroad eoa now have a chance to see their Own country. It sounds...

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 September 1914

:::.'w}".rtir. ·'.Z:::vr{t Mr. ::: ::.:: : : .: :.".::::-r."::.:.': :::::- !: The Land of Broken Promises A Stii By DANE COOULDGE A Stirring Story .t,.º E of the Mexican "'" . "H.dd.n F."'. Revolution TA. T.uicaa." Etc. SlusutrationsbyDonJ.Lavin S(Cmsngl. 1914 by PnIk A. IIamcy) SYNOPSIS. Itud Ihoker and Phil T)e l.ancer are f 1r.d, ,.w uK to a revolution in Mexico. toI vi'." up I.l-ir mining clainm and return to t,. I, 'llli States. In the horder town of (taderlln Bud nmeets Henry Kruger. a welth! oinellr, wlho, makes him a propo- I iltson toI return to Mexrc o to acquire title t, at \erl rich mille which Kruger had ,blown up when he found he had been Sheat,.d out of the title iy one Aragoun. Ti,. Mexican subsequently spent a large Lsurn in an unsuccessful attempt to relo t ate the vein and then allowed the land to revert for taxes. Hooker and lie Lan cey arrive at Fortuna n. ar wheire the mine. known as the Eagle Tail. is Io 'ated. Th.ty enghge the services of ('ruz Mendez. who...

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 September 1914

ABBMJ~E POGRFSS. ?ubuis d Atery Saturday at Akbevi11e, La. ~atere4 a-; sCfLAJ*-ar muatr %4ch J., Jy!13, alt4e l~ostoffce , ,t ,ltville, Is., unla Act cf March 3. 1179.' J. W :.. ... ... . Edirtor .*d Pikpiietor. Phot O:I 24S: 4 ideak e 1*.g. 4vertising R$ s Funrished Upon; ypAi~cation. ¶BSCRIPLO.N 1 ATES. DOie'YCa........... ".. .." ......".... .l1.·· Six Moptbis.....: ...... . ..... ... 5Q Trhree Mionth........ ........... ; ..... .... .30 &ngJ .Co ......... .............. ...... A r si .iozs a payabe strictly cash in adv~e, &cýR.Mquay, Septe!d&we 26, ý9 Tho 1Jey-dait News, in a atuturdayk We, i~ ;pqd ;1 Avert 11 ,10, a # 4 d t w e "e o the ng ,4s, $thougih Pdmittip* fJ3t se*ce #* "two .o4eis t9 evervtthiug.' Ws had crlticfr4 an a ti*Cj be NeItss wntajned some flew mrekf moo, l cause jet pUr&4 it 4ppear that a Mr. Ritter lid pushed Jaia self ti th conpmittee and triad t give tawew pdvrie tnuit}j4tt . Wf std*r4 that Mt. B;Jcdl en invited, end still say it. The e p fi...

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 September 1914

" "WR DECLA R ED" 'On $25,000 worth of America's nest Suits, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods - -Special for "TRADE WEEK" eir given away with every purchase. Bargains in all lines that adill stoums you. Don't fail to attend this great event D. SIL Mon's and Boys' Outfitter 1 Wednesdayý SEPT. 30th A MAGNIlFCENT BISON FEATURE PRODUCTION l -Wacamp "Olana of the South Seas" A Thrilling Two-Reel Drama, portraying in detail; te. life and custom of the people who inhabit the South Sea Islands. Afr October Ist, Special Musical Proglram daily. Admission 5 and 10 Cents. - * VIcroR THEATRE SA. 0. LANDRY, Manager. I,N  H i n " - _ I I I I .... nnn n nm nu, msn m n uu m . in ,n-numu. . nu e ma . . . u a n n uiu inn n nlu n n un u nn n in u u n m m I T6"Co miad oh 1111 Laie 1t Tazlai Sm' L.f S V. t~M tlan w Sab visit $. 9.4 M~l Lhpebs visiting eaftruve at Kaplsrs. was ~Ya visit hfluSJ Rnberto of Crowlcy is here or a w ii trlatiwes. .5her at Port Athur wa here e ý 4 w.k to his father. ýi. H4Urd...

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 September 1914

CARE F01 YOUR IAIR ,Iw CUTICURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment. They cleanse the scalp, re move dandruff, arrest falling hairand promote hair health. Samples Free by Mall Cut e-nra roap aid Olatmet sold th'rngbout the world. I.lberl eample of e.. mailed free. with 32-P` Seak. Addnm "Cutours." Det. SB oson. HAIR BALSAi ar Rurmrs Color aud reuefsooaremovoe 8on " shortbreath often gives entire relies alt todays. iTral twratmt entatFr Dr. . TmOmAS LasnM. snuesus.r to kr. LU reakses. AtsaOsuI, S. *RLS BL 1[ BEAUTIFUL- Send so cents I fJar Mrs. MOormlok'm Boaut emt it promotes and perfects that irresil. charm, a beautifl oomplteloa. Use it and lt /rove your complezion and be charming. Lady asnts wansed. ENREhS DRU 00Co.. Wace, Tess U e li e 'o ran make beet eofs la sV eubqtltutson malket lo g--L~pl tound. Bead y&e fo! maplate furaias. lW. H. Hi, Urania Pas. Or Activltlies of Women. Queen Eleanore of Bulgaria has Served in two wars. England and Wales have 94,841 women farm laborers. German...

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 September 1914

DRIVEN TO ATROCITIES, GERMAN COMMANDER TELLS CORRESPONDENT By E. ALEXANDER POWELL. [By Cable to The Chicago Tribunel Ileadquart, rs In the Hell i'f the Ninth i!:li'riala Armiy, li;ati ;til Iaf-re, ne-ar itelnaix, Iielgium 'hr'li e \- .eks ago tllc] government of I;elgiuiii re quitsted rloc Iii ilac'" hlhore, the Amnert can people a list of specifie andii anl thenticated s;trcn itlieu .,rnmI ittel d by the GermiInli ar;niei upon lelgiaIn Iou combatni s Today I;.n rtl von I;oet hn c4oI1 manding th, Ninth Ihipe'rial field ariuy. coltt K tliiutllhitece of the (;Pr man gun-ral taff. hies asked me to plac.i Iy-rI' +e' thl Anmerican people thell Ger(iP ai 1,'-r: ,,lt of the ifln4"idt' 4 ill qu .sti n. So far it i l i. s iaware I iam the onlily correspond.-iiht In the lprevent war whoi hais tIilirElI for ant entire- day ithrough the rl.Ilk f o the ad va iniitg (;erllan arrny. whoi has dined Is a gui,--Ist o1f th (Grmanl army (oin rnan ider and hii staff, and who ihas had the proIgr4ess ...

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 September 1914

Do You Want a Nice Farm? 1ýý 11 ii-.:. with 11114 rot" K i~nt" iwcar )Jiltoix 1P. O . luiilaticc o:1 tcrmI-, to -tiit I1 iltild.scr. ".o. 4. Towni pirpcrtic' in ;i t'c viwi of (rw c, p'ý,l":i.~ j11'I eo 16 "! 1rTý \ (+c1 il3'; rovv( ill tinet I~o'.irt1l NC'II. a11(1 it:LUd J c1ov" 1' U. .. :i)011t t~ o mhile. from l1rol11s~:rd s.chool: 1 r,ct coril aw~l cotton1 land1 inI Il:c" ( 111! rv: irriga:t ir facii it it% 1)v thet II uitcr can11l1 fr"cC Ifr1m1 redl rirc aIlI )n ]III) c('ord(1' of wood4l ca1n1 e IICIaCc o)n1 t li ac Ie:Icc Tlract xlVu1I 1.4?(l1 livlrl it') riii~la cr trac't-. to stlut pllrl-l:;i.1tr, or lriv'ilec- " of takiu;:g th lik- W . -k o1 f tiehý Land canl 1 c 14(1W:t as lor: $' or1 U3I 1ni of 0, IL-ret localtio all 31141(1 fernit r ,c. IIsll to JOS. N. PI IEJ AN ý1ýlll1"1c'c, I.r1 $36.25 One-Way Colonist Fares T( ) CALIFORNIA .trlroll* Nrt c Mexico. Colorado a:nd Intcerlllcdiatc I'oinit. TICKITS ON `.\L:: Sept. 24th to Oct. 8th, 1914 Oil ~urniiiii T 14(K~oil ti C-. Elc...

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 October 1914

I,2,3BEI PRO R VOL. 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 32. Pa 2418, \bbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, October 3, 1914. $1.00 a Year. Comnunainy Co-Operation Ca PA A~AI AMLA MAAAM It is only human to get into a sr and do things exactly as our fuefathers did. We are all such creatures of habit. For example, we have thought for centuries that there was but one way to finish the inside walls, and partitions of our houses and other buildings, just as our ancestors did by plastering, despite thefact that as soon as the r "settled" great, ugly cracks appeared in the plaster. Then we awoke to the fact that there was a better way, and now we have more modern methods that are revolu tionizing building plans. Great-Uncle David and . Great Aunt Mehitabel used 'to drive an entire day or more to do their "mar keting" and "shopping." They had to, for there were no rural free deliveries, no telephones, no tele graph, parcels post, automobiles or motor...

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 October 1914

REBIRTH OF AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE 1 f -.. .sr "" " " . ' .. ... . e .E - r" i'z: P L·J) r ý ^d.iirul~~~~?i~ : NO. T "'i" , . " tL ,." : Scene on the deck of thi Tnited Fruit (ompan': linir. Zacapa. when the Itriti hi flag was hauled dowti and the American flag run up, .ignifying the change of the steamer to American registry and the rebirth of the Ateri can merchant marine. " CRACOW, WHERE AUSTRIANS ARE CONCENTRATING  , & - 3 its i f 44 E ; ý:Z~n WA iri ý N "Y <t ;;si ") ýý ý Rs i ý, :.y~sý ý:i1.2. ' ý ' ""dc t lr IntelFi~tcml:n... li '1. ..!t4;.; \rll, ý two '' i'ill iaC: ý n :e s~d clan ar Citadel of Cracow, on a cliff overlooking the Vistula, which the Austrian armies are try ing to reach for a lat tand against the Russian armies. Cracow was the capital of ancient Poland and is very strongly fortified. BRAVE BELGIAN BOY SCOUT r o . * sJewph L. Neyssent, a boy scout of DBllaum, who has been given the . e. ase medal of merit. Single-hand Sd he captured two German en...

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 October 1914

The Land of Broken Promises SBy DANE COOLIDGE . A Stirring Story II A.,s.,., I : .. -* n,a Fr of the Mexican ·-Hide ,.. w .-. Revolution IU s by Dos J.hi (Ccrynr 1914 by ?mk A. Marq) to SYNOPSIS. utd lIfh .'r H i1 i'ttiii I" I .,'rt' ar" to ,.. , i:. r . n i,, I bl· ,, :s,.r tow n of t; i..td,,i l:. rin ts Il,.;ir: Krugi.r. a wv.: l y .,i r lh I a,, ltk.s hillm |a p .ro .. i tiont r, r,,tu ,r \f x1' ".. s tr . at..urel title to I I, r, ., I .i: . thl h Kti: .'r had: blw I I ;In i. I. " r.a i th. l . i t . Ie ht ti: I.i ,ur e" lm - tt, lby ,,i tn AraK -n. I. . tit .1 II l *:. .uM.' t, lly 1:t. .1 -pen! ' tlar ..r ltin ,i -i nI l hi int par tl ii.n ..m ful atth.m ,it l, r i, t l t i ie l rlel thin al-1 I>;,,."" lh+. 1,,l,,, . "I rt for t:'.'. s H oo"k+ er .in h . L" 'V 'lIv s.tru at |'.ortunat . nea tw t ih *' v -t, i "v A :' l· Ir-I~I" iis 1.l. It' title for th ,t an-I i:i, ir 1 ! p. liti: ih'v work .tr;t e a us- . Ii it, of .in . t np t;: his 'lalr wondi r :where" that td...

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 October 1914

Abbeville Progress J. W. O'HRYAN PHONE 248. T h" t :, 'i'" t r '. ,  m: ttio n : \V 1r . r .- te poh. • a. b`fu :, 1 'h, ' ', 1" , " l iht s ch at t ., r '. ' L ' ' A,', r, n, h. ' tart , . f~ o!,,. I V a rlt fr. r,, Ti:, th e eb aled be gone into 1'rtU . ' : 1 e . . . n. of t te 's n, t i g .o i wll itlt hera taKo tht ping Io the me 'nt m ' he o ito' the to cact ofsmvteisetaals , II t ,'T . i o Tleay ei i ome o'ii' tie 1 t aref lights ;at ii?+ n\r()l:':, tuB-. A po r ted n If(r Eu arted in Olp '1 iv buta theris f illing itoh\r a hil, It Forwill lt hen p orpC i oft so ing e In the Ineanrimo the FitDp'iY 0! weather is abuodant, depte thr growb - Already epidemics of disease a re re ported from European camps. Per For the purpose of sinking entire eavls nothing is so deadly as a wire less telegraph station that picks up rumors. Europe need not have gone to the trouble of getting up a fresh supply ot picturesque ruins for Americans to vlsit The dear women may be cut off from Pais fash...

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 October 1914

HIS MOTHER'S SON A Business Adventure of Emma McChesney By EDNA4 FERBER Author of "Down O'Hara, " "Buttered Side Doun. " etc. Co4y:ri9t bLy Fredej .k A. :uLe. Courpao •li I'r h ! - : -t i  " ' (" ! y . r Wi.r * L 1sr:., . B ,T nit:n t '" w 1 - ,, . ! , '. , ' ' :l" € ' ,,ý , l ' ble . t r.I: "an ' tItr ' \ , - 'h. , , a l.ot ,n : , ' i'1 ( "l !:tbur , lt o 11 oiSe of th ,9 , to rlhss pr .onage -, i n:'la - the r isth, r j;irr t d . ;,ut )t only one.t He wars a h-otil ' righlt 1~ clerk "It wonir thio any good to gIt nowi, Mrs a 119h9 S1n'Ir hIt bflg:Ln, suarely. diffeus I.(-,. whii Is, r tii is stuck hac ; Nowf a man lr ard :iddi h a gold vas,,' Ii f thirty six ij h A :it. r lean b'm n a mat' i intrruhtek er, or 9-'i ,ig th t 1:t9 - fall fashioi.s for ItV i;11' smnall d1 grll- was th.- pe-rfect poist' (of ih,' li ri-r'ss iPersOnatige, bbhhind tEmh a Mr hesney r d. Il'mt b only oning. "It man't work anl good to get so', Mrs c(1h'snfy." he began, suavely. "'Now a man would--" "Pu...

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 October 1914

v I S.. 7 /,,57AAPIA 7' P V CA ý" cA ') aye: Ar/4aI·;.YA.J * 4 Bt ! "r ; ")1111' almost auypol l/Ilana obsltacle: to ailccomplhll)l a b)nrl fit for the whle world. Such a situa tlion exists at I'anama. where scien~c and lmoney hay- complet. tF a canal, without countiIf the expense and with no resultant direct profit to its builders. The fact that a very small per centage of the ships passing through the canal sails under the American flag proves that the United States feels its international responsibilities and Is -w-ruur1u'les and Is actuated by altruistic ideas. A similar example exists nearer home. New York is building a water way from which no Income will fol low. The deepened Erie canal will help the commerce of the lake states. while only Incidentally developing lo Cal commerce and Industries. Both the isthmian and Erie canals have rightfully been in the public eye tfor year. A third, of muck more im mediate and direct value to bur coast wiN trade, has received little atten ...

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 October 1914

HOG CHOLERA IN SOUTHERN STATES GOOD RESULTS NOTED FROM TREATMENTS WITH ANTI-HOG CHOLERA SERUM. Report Sh .ws That Treatments G;C.er by Demo nstraticn Agents mn Gouth Have Cut Down the Less. t\'l( t i' ±n, _ V I . ,, :" u If , c n t l l I 1! e ,• " . ' " - .lIh, u' i I'.', ''I ' S* I no . -, -, m al n " ,I l : ,t " . ;. - . t!:. . ; h ,1 ! . , 1o h"' . ,.. " - ','r , : ! 1t .- I. ' c IL lu'in I n } ;lul l o 1 .t: . Ln 1"t t ht); ii- tot -,k o lf ,t .slil ill Is .,, dis- i nlof 7. 1 , t )i 1 "'I :Ill . I.l: .t 'ghi' l r \ultl' \ \ ...+'ill. oi, O p. \\. l , l to l i b , a v ' "I, --:i.: .'I It)1r5. In - 1, cnlliling sick a wd \\, n! Hol, , :. 1' gtra nd . I 1 tl on f 4 i,!, hor e:ai- o ",1 to ? lote1 l9 " 1 r r1,1 I% , " . ."r'+l vi ( O' of 7.1' 9ll9 i c i l '. "'t I ::  o s n 1i ''1". r . ri'n h i' cautions; f, or exam I le 11 ogs should b i' Ind for a f9aI i y.0 I;! 7 Ilfr t l r', I. 01 oud be removed to u;. ,, infct i i1i;l' rlen pens Hihere tIhee i.. plnty . shade, and) 1 cre s...

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 October 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Ievery Saturlay t Abhbeville. JEntered as second class matter March 1. 1913. at the luxt oflice, at A,breville. La.. under \Act of March 3, 1879. 1. W. (OBrvan. . Editor a l i'roprietor. 'bwoes: Olfice 248: Reit-nce'r 13". Advertisintg tratesCherfully F:urishdl. t '.SCRIP''T[IO N RATES ,) no Year .1........ . ... .... l.N, Six M ouths l ......... ... . .. ' Three u, nths ............ ... . 311 dngle tC i'. ... ... . All subs;riptions. are pIatbke strict)v cash in aldvance. SAturday , Octobt r 3, 1914. Constitution and By-Laws of School Improvemept League ARTICLE 1, NaSmle and (ibjc4.. (a) This organization shall be iowmn as the "Sclhoom I[mprovemnett Jlague of Abbeville. " (b) The purpose of this leasure is to0 flevise ways and means of itnfrovjing ~our sclar,l conditions. ASTICLE II. Membersllhip Any tadp residing in Vermilion Parish, pselighbI e to membership. ARTTICLE III. The annual dues of this League shall' be One Dollar, payabte qt $se first me...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 October 1914

I ABBEVI LE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 33. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, October 10, 1914. $1.00 a Year. SI . . - - -* ** * * *- - - -- - * PROFESSIONAL CARDS .-**4***** * * * .+*.* Dr. H. A. Eldredge Has moved into the Sanitarium and is prepared to accormodate all Medical and Surgical cases. Phvyicians desiring to place their patients there have completete charge of them,n and are as private as in their own home. OFFICE HOURS Sanitarium, 8 to 9 a.m.and 6 to9p.m. Regular odce, 9 to 12 a. ms. sad 1 to 4 p. in Phones; Sanitarium Residence 180, Office 160. John T. Brooks, Real Estate. Insurance and Collections. Notary a Office. J. E. Kibbe, Jr. Attorney at law and Notary Public. Office in Kibbe Building. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court Homae. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in ofice. Broussard & Samson, Attorneys at Law. Notary sad Abstracter in office. Greene & Green...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 October 1914

CORONATION OF POPE BENEDICT XV ,,a r: 4 I. t ' N % t. fV 'tr L.' ... iir ??-  .i ._ "h .~*naw : . . t .Ct ' ww-"'ý ý ý _ ý . _ ý . ý. ;-,,, ,: ... ... .. - . "! ý- rt : _ _ * -1 Dctlie Ienttof S~i~tine ,vJ n tepl4) e Xarpiathi anS ozti the paplurzxwspaed onthwe thea ofsr th op ,e ne p ope ete ditk Xo eV. ti~r ,ý ý , 1 " ;a f~ A . :"- . a y * , De tahentof Russian cavalry in the Carpathian mountains, the id t rsh czar's t r p a Carpathian4MM mouMWWWyWntan, h pse o hihth zrstoosar o BERUN SEES CAPTURED FRENCH GUNS :.." :........ .. . .. , Captured reoh geun being brought into Berlin through the famous IiFelEblg gabe, to the delight of the populace, FECH RED CROSS DOG IN ACTION Vhsd eIt *0em C aeeowpualed em the Seld t battle by well- ( e as fe tehee seri gin u c.or t a wou.nded . odier he teii. uas ..emiei. - UUT EVIVED AFTER SIXTY YEARS W- 7U-7 S_ t m * M.................... Wa I 1854, ta tLb (Cmsma war, whwa tb. fata o the Lsameas waa 4seiigt S y n tiwma .. t a x tf r e th e gob...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 October 1914

- - - ---------- IN iOWWOR .00 The Land of Broken Promises AB DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story A.tha.. f . "T, F rkhtins Foor" of the Mexican Hidden W Eaten, " vltron ations by Don J.Lavin (cva r tl. 1914. r aIn A. t rw) SYNOPSIS. Bud Hooker and Phil De Lancey are forced, owing to a ro-volutiof in Mexico, to give up their mining claim and return to the United States. In the border town Of Gadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger. a Wealthy miner, who makes him a propo aitlon to return to Mexloo to acquire title to a very rich mine which Kruger had blown up when be found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragon. The Mexican subsequently had spent i large sum of money in an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then al lowed the land to revert for taxes. Hook er and De Lancey arrive at Fortuna. near where the Eagle Tail mine is located. They engage Crus Mendez to acquire the title for them and begin preliminary work. Aragon accuses them of jumping his claim. Hooker discovers tha...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 October 1914

Abbeville Progress J. W. O'BRYAN PHONE 248. Housewives, so far, ar', not kitklHu on the rise of yeast. Nations go to war for one thing and then flgbt for somnethinLg ctlso. Funny, bI.t wh'ln a mialn is down they say he is on his uppers. Beware of people hIo have pious looks and tango dispositions. Philadelphia has declared a mora torium against street beggars. With all I.:rope ni,bilized, who will punch the holes itt Swiss cheese? ('ensorship or no censorship, the war correspondents are keeping busy. Barbers are not generally classed as barbarians, but some of them are. It is really surprising how many people wUl smoke campaign cigars. When Little Bto-Peep lost her sheep she said somebody had got her goat. There are no standing armies these days. They are all on the move. Los Angeles has an aerial police equad. It is naturally composed of fly cops. As things now go, there is a good deal of money that isn't even whisp ering. The thing that everybody seems to be doing just now is read...

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