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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 36. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, October 31, 1914. $1.Q0 Ye r. FRIDAY, NOV. 6th Cleo Madison and George Larkin in the First Installment of READ IT! "The Trey O'Hearts" SEE IT! : IN THE Al TI i. . Abbeville Progress BY LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE' Victor Theatre A Story of Romance, Adventure, Love and Mystery, that will stir the blood of every one who reads or sees it. . GEORGE L.ARN ('UI i ADnN The First Installment appears on the Fifth Page of this issue of the Progress. One Installment of this, "The Greatest Problem Play of the Age,"'' will be shown at the Victor Theatre every Friday Conrnc'iiig No,,V. (th READ IT! SEE IT! ENJOY IT Admission: 5 and 10 Cents Victor Theatre A. o. LANDRY, Manager PROFESSIONAL CARDS John T. Brooks, Real Estate, Insurance and Collections. Notary in Office. J. E. Kibbe, Jr. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Office in Kibbe Building. Kitchell...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

SCENES AT CAPTURE OF ANTWERP BY GERMANS •. j...ý.wri..r':.n..v^ .}: . i. .. n S Above is one of the great German siege guns with which the capture of Antwerp was effected by the Germans. Por transportation it is divided into three parts, the gun itself being seen at the left, the carriage and recoil appa ratus in the center and the ammunition wagon and crew at the right. Ielow, at the rFtht is a distant view of the burning petrotoum works of the city, and at the left some of the battered defenders retreating. ON THE FIRING LINE NEAR ST. GILES Picture made on the actual faring line between St. Giles and Termonde, showing a Belgian field piece pound. b dhe Germans in the distance. ENGLIUSH 61RL DRIVES AMBULANCE Mi Haermon, am English girl whose father and brothers are at the front aM who sered her services, huas been detailed to drive her motorcycle ambu l E sa T esOrry Red Crose suppies. ', ,, .EAST INDIAN TROOPS IN FRANCE iýMýLý w U IE STRATEGIC VALUE OF BOULOGNE tim be It is a itf...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story A.C.O.O ."7A. r;,Ati. ..r * of the Mexican I "wi.. w.....* I Revolution _mrm , I1 byDkm. " f.ia (ck............................ . ......... hr ak (Co"ydgbt. 1914. M Ik A: . Moan!') SYNOPSIS. Bud IIooker and Phil De Lancey are forced. wi~:g to a revolution in Mexico to give up their mining claim and returr to the lilted S'atl's. In the border towr of Gad.ed n Bud mweets Henry Kruger, . Wealthy nrner, w hi makes him a propo Bition to return to Mexito to acquire title to a very rich mine which Krug.r hac blown up wlin he found he had beer cheated out of the title by one Aragon The M. xican subsequently hadl spent t large sum of money in an unsuccessfu attempt to relocate the vein and then al lowed te hiland to revert for taxes. Hook er and Dle Lancey arrive at Fortuna. neat where the Eagle Tail mine is located They engage Cruz Mendez to acquire the title for them and begin prelimlnar) work. Aragon accuses them of jumping his...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

Abbeville Progres J. . Ow. TAN PHONE 2. When in doubt, continue neutral. There Is nothing so dead as the scarehead of yesterday. Ihablion note: hlue will be generilly worn by policewomen this fall. A good listener is a person who doesn't want to do all the talking. All may be fair in love and war, but warfare Is seldom fair to love. Too often a short cut to riches leads to a long hiatus in a penitentiary. 10o·e talk about tight money is del terious. Switch the conversation. The weaker the country is the easier it is to g't it to sign a peace treaty. The kind of people you never know how to take are the kind to let alone. The honest man grieves over his fallen neighbor. The hypocrite feels uplifted. Unnecessary conflagrations in this country cost more than all of the pen lonesm. What an awful strain it must be on !the censors to know so much that they eannot tell! The United States apparently has two great consolations- moving crops and moving pictures. Not all of the stationary eng...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

The Trey O' Hearts A NewrmaiV ndm k the M Ptur e D the m. Pred..d by the Universal Film C. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE dAAle ."1 Tie Faum Hair." "TP r T n &. 1.." k Bl.Tn Bd" . ..ris wish Phdruphs kr the ie'. red F.dsmi Caepyrlb, Ab, br Isl Josenph Ves CHAPTER I. The Message of the Rose. Lapped deep In the leather-bound luxury of an ample lounge-chalir walled apart from the world by the venerabl, solitude of the library ol London's most exclusive club. Mr. Alan Law sprawled (largely on the nape of his neck) and, squinting dis contentedly down his nose. admitted that he was exhaustively bored. Now the chair filled so gracelessly stood by an open window, some twen ty feet below which lay a sizable walled garden, an old English garden In full flower. And through the win dow, now and then, a balf-hearted breeze wafted gusts of warm air sauve and enervating with the heavy fragrance of English roses. Mr IAw drank deep of it. and in spite of his spiritual unrest, sighed slightly and shut his...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

A 0 1 ýýlIlU A l WITZERLAND is unique among nations. It has no proper physi cal unity, and its political unity is the unforeseen outcome of events whllch occurred more than six hundred years ago. It is prosperous beyond other Continental countries, and its principal cities are Itndefended. Yet today Switzerland lies a cool oasis of peace in the midst of a burning, glaring desert of war. Because of its small size and its lack of seacoast, the Swiss Republic has never held an important place in the ranks of the powers. However. the little'country is one of the oldest in existence, and has come safely through more than six centuries of Wuropean conflicts with no lasting in bury. but considerable increase of ter ritory. Since the time when the map of Europe was adjusted as it was be tore the present war the four nations surrounding Switzerland have all cher Iahed hopes of some day adding it to their territory, but none of them has dared to try it. Many Swiss fear that this war will put ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

RESOURCES OF A BOOK AGENI Quickly Discovers His Error In At tempting to Sell Poetry to Gen tleman Wearing Pink Shirt. "How about a collection of the world's hist luIHtry in six volumes? said the book agnt. "Selctions fron Shakespeare, Milton. Spencer and al the famous poets." "Say," exclaimed the man at the desk, wheeling around in his chair an( displaying a poker vest, a pink shir and a diamond stud, "what sorter gut are you tryin' to gimme?" "Beg pardon," answered the re sourceful agent, as he reached into hib satchel and drew out a paper-covere, volume, "I was just about to ask you 1 you would like to have a copy of the life of John L. Sullivan, written by one of the most noted referees in the bus 'ness?" Ask Some Milkman. The following notice recently ap peared outside the office of a bus] Boston firm: "Boy Wanted-One who knows the city well." Presently a bright youth presented himself for a job. "Do you know the city well?" askec the manager. "No sir," replied the young hopeful...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 31 October 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS 'ublsilhe Evcry  Saturday at Abbeville. Enttereld as r"·on c(1lasq matter Mairch , 1913, it le. p,st oiice, at Ah .bcv le. l . La.. rnler .\ t ,f M l chI 3, 157'1 j. W . (l'?irt.m. -htE r lt .,l P' r,,lro r t,.r. Phones: I06;,. 4 R, si<t " t 1-' Advertisini' 1 1. 'l. R 1 e rfallN I• tni, lu 1. S1'tSCRI I liN RATE. nn etr .... .... F. ix . n'.1h .. .. . .. Thre . ..ths .... ............ I Single v C • o ' All sulscr.: ,ti(,s are p,;iabhi '.tri, :ah in r"dvaic'. i Saturda',, ()ctotler 31, 1911. >111 .WHIO I)O;, 1',) T' iNKll G IN(-.' 1What is it 1;1 it ', , :ti.itn 8b) i -the rest of t ;I; I"1:t 1: I .n; :(1,) I? Is it not th i 'to er to ti;ik? .1a , throtigh the hiitorv of Iti" world there have ben a ferw >reat t.tk thinker:, ,iit. there have been a Ne great miaiiy V. ,ho let sitle one el' . do their thinkingi for them. Which kind are yoI? l)o you think fr de: vourself? People who think for br" ,thenld elvee are hanuian beings living on :t higih p...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 November 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 37. Phone 248. A ev iile, \ermili, P:rish, Ia., Siturl . Nvem er 7, 94. $1.00 a Year. "T hee Trey '1earts" The "Greatest Problem Play of the Age", Featuring Cleo Madison and George Larkin Have You Read It On Friday, Nov. 13th, we will show the Second Installment of this Great Have You Seen It IN THE Serial. The title of this installment will be AT TlE Abbeville Progress "W HITE W ATER" Victor Theatre The Action in this Picture transpires in the Far North, and abounds in thrills such as can be found in the wilds only. READ IT! SEE IT! ENJOY IT! Admission: 5 and 10 Cents. Victor Theatre A. O. ANDRY, Manager ...... _ A 0. L D Manage r - - I il t PROFESSIONAL CARDS John T. Brooks, Real Estate. Insurance and Collection! Notary in Oftice J. E. Kibbe, Jr. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Office in Kibbe llnildinr Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court House Walter B. Gordy, Atto...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 November 1914

: GHASTLY SCENE IN THE FOREST OF MESNEL . 4. Gruesome photograph. showing an entire regiment of French infantry, which was surprised by the Germane in thi Forest of Mesnel, near Peronne, and completely sannihilated. " ELUSIVE DESTROYER OF BRITISH COMMERCE ,., ,.. ..." ....." . ..{ý ... ..ý : . : . .... .   : :i~ii.. : YiiX i."~ ti:$~r~i:'v;;}.:.-.".{:.... . $:'iii. : O:i: tiJ:-'  ... ~vv "::". ý":!"'_  :.:...: . : s . ::::::~::.: '' .' * C t This s the Gotran ruiser Karlsruhe, one of four fast warships that have been destroying British merchant rsisls em the high sees. Nearly a hundred cruisers of the allies are on the lookout for these terrors. v  ....- ..." w v- -v  , v~~~-v-._- v  :--'--v -- " ' Jv -v '  t - BUILDING A GERMAN ZEPPELN tt L-- at,~i·j rCst zeppenma w~knh#s wrL a gisat a~dirble I ';-iOJA SE TROOPS IN FLOODED CITY L`u - . ... pti ' • i '-: ~. 1_ i,. -. t " \ -_ý ~ ~ .S T· ·L, 7. howT*~ I FATE OF FRENCH TRAITOR French soldier, who, for 100 francs, sl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 November 1914

The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story A."F .,r of the Mexican ""+.. w . .. "Thr. rTms .~. Revolution sa..d. bl Do J.. (C.,, : +19M W 1 : + A. I rv) CHAPTrIR XXII--Continued. "Now she strikes it!" he announced, as the rumble turned into a roar; but the roar grew louder, there was a crash as the trucks struck a curve, and then a great metal ore-car swung round the point, rode up high as it hit the reverse and, speeding by as if shot from a catapult, swept through the yard; smashed into a freight car, and leaped, car and ~l, into the creek. "They've sneaked my derailer!" said the roadmaster, starting on a run for the shops. "Who'll go with me to put in another one? Or well loosen a rail on the curve-thatll call for no more than a clawbar and a wrench!" "Ill go!" volunteered Bud and the man who stood guard, and as startled sleepers roused up on every side and ran toward the scene of the wreck they dashed down the hill together and threw a handcar on the track. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 November 1914

a. . OIIraU PHONE 24b It they will ceu.sr the war poem. too all will be forgiven. The antinoise society is making some headway In bropep This business et ~"·eg-~ seas" is merely a fgaoe lt'speech. If the war shid stop the manufa I tore of dye;: the women could wear white insurance policies of aviators as to fall due with monotonous Oy a rash man will order French ired potatoes in a German restau aat thes days. aIf aybody predicted the present Dtreble in Europe he ought to be ashamed of himself. nagland's poet laureate was right there with a poem. He peppered away ake a machine gun. Our idea of an inaccessible hermit age would be a spot almost anywhere la the Atlantic ocean. Czar Nicholas may be a small man. but he has the largest personal pro noan of all the rulers. The proposed boycott on meats and eggs will be about as effective as the everago hunger strike. They have found a lockjaw serum. low timely. Never was there a better time for locklng up jaws. The poet didn't have a Eur...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 November 1914

TheTreyO( Hearts A Nm..id Va.m... t.9 &t. Made. PD... Die dos.. hm Km Pd. md by e U1, e lib. Co B, rolWs JOSEPH VANCE1 Adler of - M aTft a~i Tk4" « m Mm. Intr. Km fti grqwm kim ii Km hCdeilws a on . NI 4 trtra...p. VI.. SYNOPSIS. The I of Hearts Is the "death sign" used by Seneca Trine In the private war of vengeanc'e, which, through his daugh ter, Judith. a woman of violent and crim Inal t..mper and questionable sanity, he wages against Alan Law, whose father (now dead) Trine held responsible for the accident which made him a helpless crip ple. lawI I,ves Rose, but under dramatic crcumstances saves the life of Judith. her twin Plater, and unwillingly gains her love. also. CHAPTER V. The Hunted Man. That day was hot and windless with an unclouded sky--- day of brass and burning. Long before any sound audible to human ears disturbed the noonday hush, a bobcat sunning on a log in a glade to which no trail led, pricked ears, rose, glanced over shoulder with a snarl and-of a sadden...

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

SMET NGOWDER The cook is happy, the other members of the family are happy-appetites sharpen, things brighten up generally. And Calumet Baking Powder is responsible for it all. For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities insure perfectly shortened, faultlessly raised baking Cannot be compared with other baking powders, which promise without performing. Even a beginner in cooking gets delightful results with this never lling Calumet Baking Powder. Your oer know. Ask him. iACInVD UHUOT AWAMS ws . F .. s.... Fn . a.a mioS aeer m Mont, su. IND&&A b 40~rr ~ M~t~~34 Umld Ble., the ather of ansmla, s egnmUlo bay, sad hIn New York: "ngsses b maknLas headway ev rrywhee. It is eve pemetratlag Into s omslve rleabs of the old aris teaerh et Philadelphia "A Philadelpha girl of the highest S -eae seafly sot eag sd last tm hIs a y our bask sterL A I ha elbata said r to her  I)eebalty at tan: s' it pmlbio that yes, of a tam. 'ý e>4r t o ea gseeratles, an dS 'to earry an um...

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

THE CHARM OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Physi cal Health. The experience of Motherhood is a try lag one to most women and marks dis tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not one woman in a hundred is prepared or un derstands how to properly care for her self. Of course nearly every woman nowadays has medical treatment at such times, but many approach the experi ence with an organism unfitted for the tril of strength, and when it is over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The unexplainable thing is that, with all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with am ple me in which to prepare, women wilnl st in going blindly ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 7 November 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS l'ubi:' hd, Ev' ry Satulrd at .\l,l ilt Entered a . -on,1 ,sws mattr .art' ý. I' 13, a! th. j ,:. ,.., at .Aihb i:.;< ia.. un i r A1ct of .1.r,rh! " 1> 7'r. 1. \V. O '13r~an, l:, ;t.,r .- 1 ,'r.,.:i t tr. Phones: ( fli, .-A',;: Pl - ,ih-I ,.- 1? . ,Adverti,in . i.Rat s t'he. ft i l:1 urni ,h, SUli-RIPfllLIN RT.\Tl .)ouo Vea-t 1. I i S1ix Mt. ntlIhs ..... ; Three Month, . s Singhle ,,. ." All su :.,riptii:. l. i, to l P t:: :1 Ctash in t'ihance. Saturda,' Novemlber 7, 1914 CO-Ol'E RAI'IIVE FAR.lk IN(. In this aýge of co-operation, it .which :tantlfacturin;. and c.im mercial interests have t'tt: lint< wonderfult development and .,iccus by miering their r.nsources, it i liot to be wondered :,t that co operation has slow\ly lut i neevit;a! l} :wended its \ve into rural life i'he old method of individualist: is gradually giving way to the co operative .pirit and the re nlt is : greatly reducecd cost of livilg all, lessened expense of fartinag. Louisiana farme...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 November 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL, 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 38 Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, November 14, 1914. $1.00 a Year. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18th. The second attraction of the Victor Theatre LYCEUM COURSE. Gov. James K. Vardaman. "The foremost Orator in America to-day". Press As an ;ndividual Governor Vardaman is unique, and in a class by himself. His oratory, his manner, his personality, are all his own. The regular picture program will be shown in connection with this attraction commencing at 7 o'clock. Admission: Adults $1.00; Children 50c; Curtain rises promptly at 8:15 On Friday Nov. 20th the third series of "The Trey O'Hearts" entitled, "THE SEA VENTURE,'. Don't miss this installment of the • "Greast Problem Play of The Day". Victor Theatre A.O. LANDRY, Manaer SPROFESSIONAL CARDS John T. Brooks, Real Rtate. Insurance and Collections. Notary in Oae. J. E. Kibbe, Jr. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Office in Kibbe ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 November 1914

4' / IEW KRUPP GOUNS FOR KAISER'S FLEE - -~··;·: ~ 1T·;~- - - - -- - ---- -: us t" 1 '6I .?:::':,I : "''`'''" ill This I e o the.I oatetheup guns seera fof hihrI Ieuads said. hav tbo eleen one on th Gema balttle R, be h l e 3 a of the si rlgofln amr G-vei sa a Di thn. mm "' t a ,iM .h the ems... C.Mr . C ol .,pry ý 0 ýo, c. a b.W W r Gtsb ." th 1 r oft th eu f 1 " SRiAN TOWN DESTROYED BY RUSSIANS 1 S arlt or x II eg.mbr, ak nt was iis Emst ater tip c. sa- aksi Ua. fh ul asuehsAM uusnse I- was shnLs_ . _ w the gst the sehaui Ba yeir s ha iiw wie S SA'M" ;' :ii E PATTI VISITS THE WOUNDED Se aUhtis No weemen q t.sU4m k te Bi~ l ei~m iOi i ) h Xg~dIn iY MALTY Fma u ntE I Y, i f' i r. i.r a we.- ubme a -e w.gi.. an r -------M M - -- -- ------_ FIRING AT A TAUBE kUli lmneat sa arlsth at a GUe am a UTlo awepai in s aU m mend trmha a Bslgsntm. Th art pie trso to be akew a this ea. Mnw Mak»e Cewad braw, Pamhs.-eMa bater b lw aes the relmeioe betwes reamkh eSmea amrd pAtes than the bf...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 November 1914

The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirrirg Story AUAA.A '1 FigA.b, F.J· of the Mexican ",irsm Wa.." ..r r.Ts ..r se... Rewolution Hb.. a As.eyO mLlwi ý...u IV ZZWO A. WMr) CHAPTER XXIV-Contnued. son thro Up along the hillside and after the hut fugitives they ran with vengeful eager- and Dess. racing each other for the higher If round and the first shot at the reb- an Wls. First Alvarez on his white horse men would be ahead, and then, as they en- cinc aolntered rocks, the Yaquis would ly t serge to the front. It was a race and was at the same time it was a rout, for, off t at the first glimpse of that oncoming tror body of warriors, the cowardly follow- out er of Bernardo Bravo took to their A heels and fled. mat But over the rocks no Chibuahuan, trac ap matter how scared, can hope to out- mul distance a Yaqui, and the pop, pop of two ifes told the fate of the first luckless do tragglers. For the Yaquis, after a stol hundred and sixty years of guerrilla Warfare, never wa...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 14 November 1914

bbrvie Progress J. w.O'BRYAT .A-tix of se hair would help some. Bow to lower the pricg of eggs? Kesp a hen. All the world loves a lover when he geS to war. Happy is the man who can be alone without being lonely. One ship that is safe from the sub narlna--the censorship. F MYan a man has put himself in a bSye by taking the stump. / Now a prune trust. Is there no ylp for the boarding house? European capitals are not moved be- o ause moving is cheaper than paying tt There was a cat in our back yard .bt night telling a neighbor the war d sews. t The young fellow without any Imag- a SAation must make an uninteresting a lover. The Germans bombarded and burned the town of Alost. It will mow Blostf t And why is it that a man generally becomes crusty after he accumulates a lot of dough? The reason for Paris pink parasols ha at last been explained--they're to a ward of bombs. When a husband is henpecked it ` ay be a case of his chickens coming A bhme to roost. a ldving for one's country would...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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