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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 October 1914

GEN. FRENCH TELLS HOW BRITONS HAVE FACED GIANT GERMAN GUNS Iend,!n --The tlotial l.r -ý Li rrii l is a ,d :L r,-port fro, n l' , \lU :ra -hal S ir Jolnh i'rel'ch' s iaa.R l,u : r, o, n the i:rltis h o.era: ns u I- d:,e The'1 text follow.: "The ,i r, i, 'r ill nl:lllrtaillllg lhim - ielf aioiiug i I I, ' wh l, orll and ill order to do so Ia throw \il , inllt th light de tachllets ca a, sd t o,  1 its from the different forrriili n. the active army, reserve, and lau:l .sebr, as is shown by the unlfornes of tbe prisoners recently captured. "Our prore-. although slow on ac count ofl th, s:rngth of the defensive position n ,11ist which we are pressing. Ihas (' c i ain 'lirect11ns been contitu ous, iut tihe present battle may w\el last for some days n:ore before a de cisioni Is reached, sinm e it now ap proxinmates nearly to siege warfare. The Germans are making use of searchlights. This fact. coupled with their great strength in heavy artillery. leads to the supposition that they...

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

For Myself and Family Peruna has Done Wonders. M r s. Emma Stolt, No. 697 Atlantic St.. Appleton, Wis., writes: "Peru na has done me a great deal of good since I b',gan taking it, and I am al* a; ys glad to si,ak a good word for: t. "Three years ago I was In a wretched condition with backache, bearing down pains, and at times was so sore and lame that I could not mnove about. I l'ad Inflammation and Irritation, and altl:ou,rh I used differ ant remedies they -li1 me no good. "A neighbor who had been using Peruna advised me to try it, and I am glad that I did." Save the Babies. NFANT MORTALITY Is something frightful. We can hardly realise that of all the children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent., or nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirty.4ven per cent., or more than one-third, before they are five, and one-hal before they are fifteen I We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority of these precious lives. Neither 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. — 10 October 1914

PETROGRAD DREAM CITY OF FAR-SEEING PETER THE GREAT Russian Capital Was Forced Into Being by Royal Edict. CZAR BARS GERMAN NAME Present Emperor of All the Russlas, Incensed Against Germany, Changes Ancient Title of the Great City In Fit of Racial Spleen. Petr,,grad ' !'. ;tad: In Rtussian, Pet, r the (. Thi is the new liuna i (i r, r. I . ; t i Sp t. S lt l lrleh urg by the C'zar .;,ii i the old iamtie, which the fir-! II', i r gave th.' capital in 71',::li.had a Germuan ending. Noth ing that Is ;. rrman;ii, whelther it be ending or hhiuinning or middle, is tol erated in Rus.sia today. When the uiiws was anounced of the edict of c'z;r Nicholas. which eliminated St. Petersburg every one sat up and had something to say about the free-and-easy way Nicholas shifted good, old-fashioned nomenclature about. It didn't make any difference whether they were Russian or not. They (all but the Germans, of course) wanted to have something to say about changing euphonious St. Petersburg to guttura...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 October 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturdalny at Abbeville. Entered as second class matter March 1. 1913. at the post office, at Abbeville, La.. under Act of March 3, 1879. 1. W. ()'Hryan, Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Cheerfully Furnished. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year ......... ............ 1.00 Six Months ....... ... ....50 Three Months ............. 30 Single Copy .. ............ Sc All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. Saturday, October 10, 1914. There will be a meeting of the Vermilion Parish Society, for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, on Sunday, Oct. 11th, at 2:30 p. m. The meeting will be held at the public library building. We are sending postal cards to those whom we believe to be in terested in this humane work, but, of course, will not be able to reach all those who are sympathizing with our efforts to teach kindness and justice to the people, who have under their care, defenseless animals who cannot sp...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

__ABBEVILLE PRO RESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surroundigl Community. NO. 34. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermeilion Parish, La., Saturday, ()ctcher 17, 1914. $1.00 a Year. * * i PROFISSIONAL CARI)S * * *.*. . .. .. ... . . . .. .. . . Dr. H. A. Eldredge IIot rmold into the Sanitariunl and is preJrpred t,o accomodlate all .1iedical and Phvicians dtesiring to place their patients there have c(mttltetetc charge of them, and aire ars jrikdte as in their owil holint,. OFI'l.E IOURS Sanitarium, , ', 9 a. mn.anl 6 to 9p. in. Regular otlict. 9 to 12 a. mn. and 1 to 4 p. m. Phones: Sauitarium Resititne. 1SO4, ()flice 164). John T. Brooks, Real Estate, Insuran ce and Collections, Notary in Office. J. E. Kibbe, Jr. Attorney at law andi Notary Public. Office in Kibbe Building. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court House. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Broussard & Samson, Attorneys at Law. Notary and Abstracter in office. Greene & Gr...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

__ ° __ __ ~ _~__ SCENES AT THE BATTLE OF HOFSTADE orrr j:·~:·"-:: : -:-:.- LF"I ..... +? .. , =":.: 1 N-E . 4W .. ".. .... •~ ~ ...-.::JL.,~ .... - ,' - .,.. ./.. v: , ,. " . :a.'-'" i-,"I. , -. · .- , . . . . . . :": :' ... .:. lBelgian soldiers in the deep trenches "along the railssa3 ironi which they repulsed the Germans at the battle of Hofstade. At the left are shown some of the big tBelgian field guns which checked the advance of the kaiser s troops in the same confiictt TERRIBLE WRECK OF A RED CROSS TRAIN "J5 'int j r of the im i ull wr c of. a ed Caross Ura a t the r bridge across te Marne, in which ' y wmmdoi Frme sa Eaglls soldier were killed. The bridge had bee destoyed by the Gemn sad the Imn west lt g rio e~r. HEADQUARTERS OF KING OF BELGIUM ti 1 •- . . a a rn, wM*r k s t D-Iu it p ..I R the e.wtsr4 we -e. mseel. th binsm -merit a arrumsu whl le twednes at tb aembhrs t , mW---------------------- 1I1 S -F Wssi. nis Gwm a wy - of I. S.~f uIE' iin 4 S. Yld of1M...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COPQIDGE A Stirring Story U A.E C, LI.. of the Mexican "ln. ie., w.. °Th Tucr.m eo,. Revolution Ir.. ,, .L.I. .: . g . ' . . 1 . . U.....C-.. ....:-::b.:. ...': : :.1s ) (C,mnlh .1914 FI fkA. ...) SYNOPSIS. Bud Ilookr and Phil Do I.ancry are forced, t,,rig to a revolution in M~. x,. t,, gve ul, their mining iltlrn and returnti to the Iui'.eil states in the brder town of ;ai.ts ii It i d meets Henry Krugetr, a wealth i nlncr, whit makes him a propo alti ii., t 'c r toi Mexi-tco to actqillre title to ni vel rid i mine which Krug ,r had blown up wIhen he foundt he hil leen (cheat .I 'lt of the title hy one Aragon. The Mi xllan sutbse./l.ntly had spenrt a lto i autull of money int an unituintessfuli atte.lmpt I re.locate th. vein tind thi n al lowed the land to revert for taxes Hook er anrd lie Illacey arrive at Fortuna. near where the Eagle Tail nine is located. They engage I 'ruz Mendez to acquire the title for thern anid beKgin pr.-litiminary ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

Abbeville Progress 1. W. O'r*AN PHONE 248. French millinery-what will become of that? There is some good in almobt every thing except bad (;ags This war it a tr tble thing for the wan that ast,tt.rsa. Lemons are going up. Well,. any way. Who wauiita lemon? "'Swarms of aeropl;l'nes." Wouldn't 'liocks" be illore r blrlike? Some of theI hlb,.i t living I s In-t dullged in by low bred people'. There are more r':l sons for peace than there are exciiuses for war. Some of the old war poems seem better than many of the new ones. The concert of the powers has re solved Itself into an anvil chorus. Four years from now. probably. they will be using aeroplanes to hunt ofllices with. Now and then a woman will admit that some other woman can make su perior pies. The study of geography continues to be carried on at a great rate by the newspapers. Some people can follow all the rules of health and still never reach the age of discretion. Some people seem to think chew iag the rag furnishes food...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

6ATHERIN6 THE HARVEST I.r -. I 44 ;. 4 4*~~/ , 4C09?lr~bL b TEXAS PROJECTS TO GET $2,470,000 OUT OF $2.470,000 ASKED FOR. STATE GETS HALF. THEY ALL GET SOMETHING Continguous Waterways Are Given Appropriations,. But Much Less Than Hoped For-Pro jects Itemized. Washington.-Under the $20,000,000 appropriation for rivers and harbors to be apportioned by the board of army engineers. Trinity river will re ceive $203.000. as against $205.000 asked for in the house bill, and the Brasso, for which was asked $225,000. will receive $210,000. The house bill asked for the Texas projects a total of $2,470,000. The existing projects were to receive $2,085,000. Under the ap portionment made by the engineers, announced by Secretary of War Garri son Thursday, the existing projects in Texas, which are the only ones in the state to be taken care of. will receive $1,475,000. Port Aransas, asking for $800,000, receives $470,000, and Sabine Pass, which wanted $550,000, will get $240, 000. The Houston ship...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

II t PARTING SHOT OF HUMORIST Victim of Accident Could Not Be Recognized Because He Was Traveling "Incog." A humorist was looking through a mill and while in an unguarded met ment he was perpetrating one of his jokes upon an innocent operative, he was drawn into some ponderous gear tan and badly crushed. They extricated him from the ma chinery and laid him on the floor. "Who is it? Who Is it?" was the anxious inquiry, as a crowd collected. Nobody knew. Then the tunny man suddenly opened his eyes and strove to speak. A sympathetic bystander bent down to eatch hiwords. "There's good reason why nobody eoognses me," he whispered pain !iy. "What Is It?" asked the sympathetlc ene. "Beeame," the humorist explained, a he saw a chance to get one homa '"W because Ive been traveling is That was his final effort for he sever spoke agalin.-Pittsrgh Chre; Iele.Telqmaph. Delightful Surprise. "o you enjoyed your visit to the "Yes, Indeed. In the best room. In stead of a phonograph and a lot of rag...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

TRAMP'S DO) KEEPS GUARD OVER MASTER Watches Over the Vagrant as He Sleeps and Defies an Irate Farmer. Columbus, O.-A tramp \as sitting on a fallen trot. along the1 bank of Alu'n cr,,ek. and beside him lay a big coach dog. The. oa n.r of the land, who 1,,tplI 'nud to cronm along just as tll obstrve.r was t'rttirlg . picture of the pair. r rdterrod thir tramp from the plac. TIh. tralp. however, looked lip inlditli',l illy at ii', landlord and made .no ff, it to obey the command. Thei- rv. : r tIhn proceeded to pipk up a lar' ~tirk and drive the tramp awa' .,- ar this time the big dog 4) In the Animal's Eye There Came an Angered Look. raised his head and began to growl. As the man came forward to use the weapon upon the vagrant the dog arose and stationed himself in front of his master. In the animal's eye there came an angered look and he growled viciously at the landlord, who lost his nerve and retreated, promis ing, however, that he would have a constable attend to the tramp. After ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 October 1914

1Entertli a sco0n1 cilass mlatttlt MfIar II Il, 1913..,t thet po.t ,,i e,i. at. ~\,b' \:le. )Ja.. under .l t of M r' h 3i, 15. 9. 1. 1V. O'Heran. Edlitr and l'ropjriet'r Photnuc: Office 24S; Re.idnci'- 13,2. Adlvertising R: scs 'h.,frlly Fvrnish,',l . ,S !!:SCRII'TI(ON R.\1TES (On) Y e·ar ........ . . ..... . -· -,· ) Sii Months .... .. .. '._" Three Month . ..... .... 3' Siltigle' Cop . .. .. , All suiscriptions are payable aril tl (ash in llvanlic`e. Saturday, October 17, 1914. Conirion Scnlle School Shoe. for joys 'nd (Girls. worth while scitein, before buiiing else%%herc. They have stylc, quality and low prices. I). SILVERMAN. William Blumberg L The Optician 't, Will be in Abbeville at the office pf Dr. L. M. Boudreaux nextWed- iw xpesday and Thursday, Oct. 21 and at pnd 22, All those who desire spec- S tacles or eyeglasses fitted, which helps to strengthen and benefit the el eyes, will do well to call on hini to "have their eves scientifically tested. ' Foot Ball Schedule. t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 35. Phone 248. .\bbcville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, October 24, 1914. $1.00 a Year. uh n nun. um ni mnmn n munm n mmm inic m n nuu n n n lio n umm __m ish L mn . S murdl · ()nmm ~ c 24 19 3 mmnmm a n ma n mmn nuuu i tum umn mYmmmumm uum emmmrl•l mmmmmm nomnm mumlmm mm mm f I'R'()I:FSSIi)N~Tt A C:.\ C S John T. Brooks, R,.'! Estate, Insur:anc and Co!i cH.,,-. Notart :r I ll,:ýt J. E. Kil,lc, Jr. Attorney at 11n :;!d Notary Pul,lic. u)ffie in Kibihl, Itu'ling. Kitchell & Bailey, Attornt's at l.aw. Near Court ll)us e. Walter B. Gl,,rdy, Attorincy at Law. Ntary in office. Broussard & Sa »>N , Attorne:., Law. Notar, and Abhtr:acter in office. Greene & Grccne, " Attorncys at Law. Notary in office. A. O. Landry, Abstracter of Titles and Notary Public. Office in Police jury Room. L. M. BOUDREAUX Physician aml Surgeon Office near Court House Phones-Office 275; Residence 2...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

TURKS MAN FORMER GERMAN CRUISER GOEBEN " "4 Former Gerrman cruiser (Goeben, which the Turks purchased and renamed the Yavauz. photographed on the Black sea flying the Turkish flag Abov., photographed on board the Yavauz, are the Turkish naval minister, l)j real Pasha, and Admiral Sachen, together with other Turkish officers and several German naval officers. BELGIAN FIRING SQUAD SHOOTING GERMAN SPY ... .~r. 4' • ecutloa of a German spy', who was caught by thle Belgians near Termonde. He was led out at dawn, blind hE4 sad shot. ------- ------ '-------- - - - - - - - - MOBIUIZATIOI OF TURKISH TROOPS , * *. * !tr ateuutart t r s hurrytag to the Mb to fbsv to tabs art In the war. mbuC CATHEDRAL IN ST. LOUIS .L - ilk ' 1' - IRY. : f GENERAL VON EMMICH This photograph of General von 3m mlah was made during eold opera tions in Belgium after his forces had achieved the capture of Liege, for which he was personally thanked by the asser. TOBACCO PRECIOUS AT FRONT English ldiers in Franm Say ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

_ ---- C-~--- ---- -------- -- -------- The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLDGE A Stirring Story AUAU.f of the Mexican -r *a.. Revolution" Tie. "" Etc. Ilhlusrtio , by Don J.Lavi (Cpyri a.f 1914. bby k P a. Mml y) SY NOP8IS. HBd Itl.oker and Pill T)e latncey are force. d, own; to i 'vluition In Mexi-o. to ~ra u;" I I t ir a.i lrtg m ]alm and return to ,, th r I.,l Hi , t. In the. border town of ;u l1n 11,i 1 . It l|tiary Kruger. a wellbtlt n'lt" r. it 'u make- him a propo 1tloni I.. t turn i, . .xlico to a.quire title to a %- % ir h iurit' whit h Kruger had blown ills .ii. n h,. foundll he had been c'h'eated .at .f the titl' by one Aragn. Th. \t n.,ll subsequen'ulltly had spent a large s-'a oIf Irmorn.y in tan unsut'cestaful attlmillt I". r'loalte. tIll.. 'ein and then al loweit ti.. Iar-l to revert for taxes. IcIa.k .r a.ti I., Ia.lce.y atrrive att Forttuna. near whe.re. the Eagle Tall min, In located. Th. ys n.Haag. ('ruz Me.ndez to acquirie the title for thein- arl itlin pr....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

Dbbeville Progress J. w. O3RTAN PHONE 248. . .--. . What must Miars think of the doings In Iurope? Nobody cares bow niuch emnmpoilnt an oyster has. Europe especi.lly ni edd. a heavy im portation of peace. Possibly the text I;,shliuur.ilI dilnc i will be tihe "gYK)M iptep ' The silpler fromi ti h air Is a new luinancle of miiodrn i;l;ti r A neutral iship. ;lapp..i'illy. Is )Inr that carries niotlthilg nlow\heri iHappily the i;artiilr famlline I n(It causirg any gI''at popiiill,.r ii tbl 05' Europe hag no army of thi' n"'rfm ployed nor any unemployet d arlies. If you must fret and worry, get away by yourself. They are catching And remember, you must not put off your Christmas shopping too late. Whatever happens, let us all hope that no harm will befall the "Mona LAsa " Oftentimes the man who entertains a good opinion of himself Is easily en tertained. Has anyone noticed how much hi, tory was crowded into the month of August, 1914? Some of the fellows who brag about "supportlng" can...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

PLAYTHINGS IN EUROPE r" BBOO m (4.tp righL) NEGRO AT ANGLETON HANGED BY MOB Governor Commuted Death Sentence of Durfee to Life Imprisonment, and Mob Acts Quick. AnKleton, 'Tlex.--Jlm urfer, a ne ro, convicted of the murder in July, 1913, of Mrs. J. .1M. Seitz. was hanged by a mob Wednesday. The lynching followed the commutation of Durfee's death sentence by Governor Colquitt Tuesday. The lynching took place at 10:30 in the mordnng. The sheriff, Glen Hanna, was in the court house when the crowd reached the jail, and his deputy, Joe H. Snow, was in charge of the jail. Snow was overpowered and, bound and the keys were taken away from him, the doors were unlocked and Joe Durfee taken from his cell and carried a distance of about one-fourth of a mile from the jail to a place north of the court house known as the Childs place. In the front of this yard, near the street, there is a small live oak tree. Durfee was handcuffed before he was taken from the jail and when they reached this tree ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

and _l EXPLANATION BY MR. JONES; Circumstances Alter Cases, Said In diana Citizen Who Had Been Forced to Pawn Watch. Speaking of puns at a recent ban quet, Congressman William A. Cullop of Indiana told of the crime committed by an esteemed citizen named Jones. Recently Jones collided with a spell of hard luck, and in order to make his pork and beans and his appetite meet he was compelled to pawn his watch. While the watch was yet in hock a friend chanced to ask him the time of day. "Why, what in the world has be come of your watch?" asked the sur prised friend, seeing Jones yank out a time-killer of the turnip brand. "Here it is," smiled Jones. extend ang the cheap ticker. "Anything the matter with your optical apparatus?" "Yes, but that's a silver watch," per ieated the friend. "The one you used to have had a handsome gold case." "I know it did," was the grinful re joinder of Jones, "but circumstances alter cases."-Philadelphia Telegraph. A Paradoxical Reform. "How did you ever get...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

SIRUP FROM APPLES Department of Agriculture Makes a New Discovery. Will Enable Cider Mills to Make a Valuable Product From Excess Apples and Culls- Seeks Public Service Patent. Washington -Following extensive experiments begun last spring, the head of the fruit and vegetable utili sation laboratory of the department of agriculture has applied for a public service patelnt covering the making of a new form of table sirup from apple juice. This patent will make the dis covery, which the specialists believe will be of great value to all apple growers as a means of utilizing their culls and excess apples, common prop erty of any cider mill in the United States which wishes to manufacture and sell apple cider sirup. The new sirup, one gallon of which Is made from seven gallons of ordin ary cider, is a clrhar ruby or amber colored sirup of about the consistency of cane sirup and maple sirup. Prop erly sterilized and put in sealed tins or bottles, it will keep indefinitely, and when opened ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 October 1914

ABBEVkLLE PROGRESS 1'ublisbcLI E very satnrtla i t .\lrlk·\ lit 1, 1913. ait tint ;Mr~t oftic." at .\bia ill Ia.. Uniter Act of Marchli . 3179. 1. W. (1' Brian. Edit~or :ill I ,'o -., it Phione~s: (t itr _c..'4 t, Rt -it.¾ titt 1 t_. Advertisi'ig R.,t.tt Cloet·1 fuill. }' li ii l.-! ;tn" t Pt I'ý :'+I Tat irl: c ; 1Itr tits i t1,1· Ti.tri- M.c;th. 3~!i- Iii···\ c Si It l' C All o , I 'ii k ..lit lr :r 0)11, c· t' taa lt in ; i ttlv s~tf TIC tt-.if St urMdav, O't'iI ar 2 i, lt() Lnninti S uiisi tichr 'rlco. nlitli ,l for Ji)m- :1intl (. 'illt4.. xv oitI whie ctitt, ieort buin Foot e l Shert .'Ihlyhl c" tv" 1). ",I1,\IR'"IA`I.\N. Mrs. 1,t' ulta,. Br t·s'; rtl t";.i " I' hotc-.% tot thec Eiiirc Ntt: 'ill 'I'twvi a ftc~rtitoile. Thu f i 1 ii i was von 1:: ML. I . tit Sv , iI h SccoI(I liv M.r-.. V. 1.ttL~~ty and the gtic~ts prize lI.v Mr'. hv Simuon. Mcl:It.ttcr% ;tmc .cnt \" uri A. 0 Iaudrv. \V"tltcr Gordy, IL. J, Blrumis.imrd, Staix'htirv, (;rueua, Thoma4 1bt. 1'utnann, Sigue aned Mis...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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