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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 December 1914

ABBEVILLE PRORESS VOL 2. Deveted to the Interests of Abbevdimd Ai Surrounding Community. NO. 41. Phone 24. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., rday, Dy, leber 5, 1914. $1.00 a Year. S Tango Restaurant REGULAR MEALS Hot and Cold Lunchs on Short Ord+ Oet Your Fireworks at the Tango Houma Bucket Oysters........ 80 per dozen, delivered Oysters, on half shell,.............. lc....15 per dozen Oyster Loaves, .................... ...........30c and up Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Chocolate Candies TOTO PROVENZANO, Prop. State Street. Phone 249 Watchmaking and Jewelry R'epairing Clocks Called For, Repaired and Delivered. Gun Repairing a Specialty. I F. O. BUTLER U Located at R. W. Bernard's. Watchmaksr and Jeweler. I PURE BRED DurocPgz FOR SALE From Imported Teas Stock SEE J. A SUMMERS dBil Tractors •h v h . . • . .. .i'els ll :- ·~r.. · i$ The fldlowiug is the steadia of the contestats in the Grimmer nade t.neasim GCmpwiu, fer week eadia Nov. 2kd: 6 ..................... ...... 80,340 21 ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 December 1914

Abbeville Progress i_ ýJ. W. O'DUTAW PHONE 248 Wild oats are not all sown in the clark of the moon. Having f:.th in Providence, we be lieve that poets are sell-made. M z. Iroposes but the censors fre quent'y blue pencil everything. The Houston Post thinks a wedding supper is incomplete without onions. Mushroom hunters should never give a toadstool the benefit of the doubt. A new uso for the aeroplane. It is r found to be a sure help to elopers. It looks as itf fewer aviators are killed during war than during peace. ,But sometimes if there wasn't love at first sight there wouldn't be any at all. Curiously enough, an army files when one of its wings has been shat tored. "Oratory is a gift," declares an ex change. lluh! We thought it was a cunre We would like to know why it is that comfortable things are never stylish 1 Why is it that people look with suspicion on a man who is a good Saherman? a Machine made war is not less grno some than the old-fashioned hand made kind. Perhaps that ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 December 1914

The Trey O' Hearts A Vwencd ro o tohe Motia PicU r f tDeSime N. Produced by the Uýi ýýnl Film C.. O h B7 LOUIS JOSEPH VAICE AMcr dh"T F 4,u "aI e " tl"Th va n * (~~~ aoJI0h~14 tbr Loale Yem SYNOPSIS. The 3 of TIlinrts is the "death sign" em ployed by b- *.m-.c Trilne in the, private war of vengeance. - hiih, through his daugh tur Judith, a ronan ,of violent passions like his own, hi. rages ganinst Alan Iaw. son of the nman cnow d.lnd) when Trine held resp(.nsihle for thi, ace.'ld.nt which tnado hint a hIlpless cr lr'c. Rloe,. Ju dith's twin and double, l.vtes Alan, and tlarling of her sister's rarltlalgn against him, leuves I ane in t't!s i hr frtunes tIo his. indir r:aloattl,. circumstances Alan saves Jeemldth's lirf aind so wins her love; but ftl!urt, to sha~,t his constancy to Rose klndles Judith's Jealousy and set tles her In her homicidal purpose. she is largely respjns!hlu for a shipwreck In 'antucket's sound, from which Rose and Alan escape with their friend Barcus, Ju dit...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 December 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS . Published Evecry Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as second clas.s matter March 1, 1913, at the post office al Abbeville, La., under Act of March 3, 1879. J. W. O'Bryan,............... Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 243; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year............. ................................. 1.00 Six M onths.............................. . . 50 Three M onths........................................ 25 Single Copy ........................................... 5c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. Saturday, Decenmbe? 1914. Some Southwest ern Reflections ý4- Bringing the University to the people, is a phrase much on the lips of men these days. When many of us older fel -lows were young the Univer ity seemed a long distance off and its benefits were consider ed to be reserved mainly for' the exclusive few. The dead languages, belles, letters, and smental philosophy ranked hig...

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

S, .-. -"T ,. . Ra DDD V" Two Days Wednesday and Thursday,. 9th and 10th TwoDays Sic e MARION LEOi ReARD "THE LIGHT UNSEEN' THE LOVE STORY OF AN ARTISTS' MODEL Miss Leapard, in the interpretation of the leading role, "The Artists' Model", displays her ability to a remarkable degree, compelled as she is, in this character role, to run the gamut of all the emotions she is given a chance to display to advantage that histronic talent for which she is justly famed. Owing to our faith in this, one of the most popular Photo-Dramas of the day, we will show it on two nights, Wednesday and Thursday, December 9th and 10th. Friday, Dec. 11th: "THE CRACK O'DOOM", Sixth Installment of "The Trey O'Hearts" Victor Theatre A. 0. LANDRY, Manager rBrief News Items of Local Interest Pay your poll tax. Have you seen Santa Claus?" Miss Regina Dupuy returned Tuesday from a pleasant visit in Gueydan. Mrs. Eli Barras, of Oil City, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Remy Broussard. Mrs. Willma, of Memphis, is t...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 December 1914

The Birth of Christ in the Soul Br REV. JAMES M. GRAY, D. . Demo of Moods 1Mle esir TEiXT--MIy little children, of whom I trav.:,I In birth again until Christ be ft,, n d in you. -4;:altiana 4:19. I go out of the beaten path in this Christmas message, and called to con tenmplat, the birth of our Savior into the world, I would apply the event to his birth into the individ ual life. Oppor tunity is not af forded for en largement on the meaning of the text, but, I. It suggests that the birth of Christ into the ex perience of men is a process of three stages. Christt must be formed in their understanding and in their will, but especially In the affections which nmold their character and conduct. Their understanding is reached in the preaching of the Word of God, but their wills and affe'ctions are moved only as the power of the Holy Spirit accompa nies that Word. This explains why there is much preaching and teaching of the Bible, and so little effected in the conversion of souls. How m...

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

O!TICLLY FREE F MURDER CHARGE T. WATSON OF ARKANSAS HOT AND KILLED J. C. CHE VALLON AT MONROE. ACTED IN SELF DEFENSE stimony Was That Deceased Was Intoxicated and Had Often Threat ened the Life of Watson. estern Newspaper tnlon Ne.w. ..rvhlr. Monroe, La.-J. T. \;Watson of Gur on, Ark., who shot and killed J. C'. hevallon of New Orleans, was prrc tically freed on the charge of murd. " when the coroner's jury at midii-i:t reported a verdict of self-defense, aul ordered his releas.' on $.,.f'OO bond. The fact that the corinr'rs jury re ported self-defense and orders l a small bond for the slayer indicates a belief that conviction would be im possible. According to testimony at the coro ner's inquest. ('he-vallon was intoxieat ed and often had threatened the life of Watson. The shooting ocurred on the depot platform at 7 o'clock Wednesday night. In the afternoon, it was testified, ('hevallon told a friend "lie was going to get drunk and have a hot time." It was testi fled that ('heval...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 5 December 1914

, ,. _ - .pRventeenth jusicial District Court. State of iLuisianJa Parish of Vermlilion --No. 934. Snccessicu of Amelia Rollin By virtlue f anc order of sate i.sued out of the Jlotolrnhlr Sevrelnt.tenth Judicial District Co.ote ,of the Staste of Louisiian. for the Parish of Ver milicol: sad order beinug lated()ctoher 23rd. 1914. and a commission in Ipur"s+ance thereof. aulthor izini and ,-metorhtwg me to sell property for ca.shl for the purpose of realiring funds to Im. the debts and char. s of aid ,necC-sion. I wVill offer for sle. for cash. at public ant tion, to the L:ct and hi,'hect bidder. at the last residlence of the cnceased. int the Seconl Wrde'l of .aid parirsh of lurttilionl. eln Saturday, December 5, 1914, Iletw'eetn the kscal hours prescribdl by law. the follwing descri.ed property, to-wit: 1 nrp:rents of land lyijng and being situated in Vern, ilicn Paris.h 1ia.. de.sigr atdc ,as the 'Cfctll Eashltr l rtieon of a. W. quatrter of Southeast quart.r of Section, 1i. To...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

ABBEVILLE VOL. 2. ,r VOL _2. Devoted to the Ilterests of Abbeville and Surrounding Commtmity . Phone 248. .. jVorniy NO. 42. Vermilion Parish La., Saturday, Dcemiber 12, 1914. ----- Tango Restaurat REGULAR MEALS Hot and Cold Lunches on Short Order Get Your Fireworks at the Tango Oysters,.......60c per hundred, delivered Hom a Bucket Oysters... 80c per hundred, deliveredd Oysters, on half shell Oyster Loaves, ..... ............15c per doze n u ------ ..... ............... 0c and up Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Chocolate Candi  TOTO PROVENZANO, Prop State Street. Phone 249 WANTED---All The Farmers b In Vermilion Parish and Southwest a Louisiana to" ship to us all their Chickens, Eggs and Produce tir Highest Market Cash Prices paid. We remit at once. c Write for further information. kei Your Business Appreciated. Bu coFi Cut Rate Produce & Feed Co. R n. L SIAN URY , ala . .. . tail 02 a Ave. Houston, Texas . YOU ads, Sprec cea. Bull Tractors e case. Puls Plows, SeederS Harvest...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

Abbeville Progress J. W. O'JRYAN PHONE 248. What do you su:.;nse the umpires do in winter? Not :h:.t we care. One of tho cryier, n,., s cf t`l) times is a standurdized zl:co of putY.iLin Aie. All the cynics In the world crn never succeed in n.:~king love unpop ular. Iloys who are ,inra!ng acrecrop prizes are not farraing like daddy's daddy did. There a:e men who do more than think twice b, tore they speak. They "hem and haw." With suth a war to read about, we ought not to n:iss baseball for a few months to coroe. Love is nre parts agony, arcording to a Woman wr:'tr; but thi::k of the one part that isn't! Up-to-date o:tEce devices that can al most tlur.k will :,ot necessarily re place the blhnd typists. The waistline is now at the hip, but feminine heads will continue to be worn on the shoulders. A dealer wants to know how to make a $3 shoe fashionable. Oh, mark it up to $5 or $6. "Plve thousand bees weigh one pound." That seems strange, when one hornet weighs a ton. So far nobody ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

The Trey O' Hearts A Novelied Version of the Motioq Picture Drama dof the Sam Name Produced by the Universal Film Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE b of "T7 Fewrah. HIILr." "TA. By m Bo"T BLa 8j' * lustrate with Peborps bfo the Piktre Parod&es CODrRImh 1io L by L oen 1-..w v..__ SYNOPSIS. The S of Hears is t h. "lskath sign" enm ply., by s.ne'.l Tin.h in the Iprivate war of venteancnrc. wi),( !, titrugh the tLug ncy of I.1s daughter J.irtth. a woman ,f vio lent pass! ,is I!ko hlis ,wn. he. wag.s agalrtnt AIn I.aw, nrl *f the mrr. ,nw de a,+! v ,m Trine b,l.t r,.spnible for th,, i r, 1,] i t wit)I h rn ie,ned iiln a h .'ly I*'s c'r!l.l Alan Is it, bove with R(P,. J ii.rtl:' " n an,! dl,ub:,. ut in a!l else tier p;,,,.i... Ju 1t1: wI s to cn l:pas A a. . i ,i:, " , r! mati, eltr'm StancFl , • 1- -r ',rid so. ulrw't tn¢;!', : , .r !,, ." , rri t,-r Judith 1r hy turn v, rk.d .,., v t.th oil ha tr,.. I ,, r.,w ,. J.n .alousy of her CHAPTER XXIL The House Divided. Alone in that str:tigle ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Publi.. -d 'b , I .it " . I \M ,t.illL , I.. , i, l. , ..-a wr \ M .1'. ru j. NV. (. \ . )'l',- .: 1, . r,; ,,, .i1Nl P rl",11 ,'t,,r. S n Yt',r11 . ...... . . .......1... .I Si  lnt ...... ....... ......... . `11 TSi'' .\ , h ......... ................. .1 " i , . Chrllstall s ( )I'tdI'rs It ftet he be . 1)it calla in tC'e scasol Ibut after aill Chri-t tt -.t , near antld 1 fore nuV of ti' are ,tVw re of it the c tiat st.:. sin will he here That i, the way the Ipo't nt tster gent ral l kt d att it, for he' has le.ln is..uing in'.tructions, to local oflficsc, wiil refe:lnce to the Chri.stmuas mail. lie anticipates that the vo'lume of parcel post during the Christmtas sca:otn will establish a.new record. Itn order to pre \'Vent conge.stion in pestoflice lol iies, postmasters are asked to urge the puplic to obtain in advance the tags which must he filled out and attac? e to in:surel, C. 0. 1). a a registered parcels. Attention also is called to th; necessity of...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

Sunday, Decem br 13t KING BAGGOT in a spe..cia l .imp ea:r Pr;utin ". t 1'' h *.*' I r . 1 i II I tlw B 'bII IN I i. I a 4 t ttl 'ý ,, ; > '~ (' 1 I ~ 1 I i ýt ,~ ,!1 di 1 ") 1 ? i;i ýi ' II1 1 1 ; v ,~ " o d h -; I. Vii~ r iIn P (Iifh'r(l'It ch~aracters h'le b w~s III the (.C41!Ia K l.~ ii !I~ ~ n rl 1\ iBI ~ 4~ ~l~ i it ne(verIt'Il)U't( )rattlil)tlt(A to himl. FkJ2~ L . iFh 5 The Seventh 'lliA ^ ýaý ol Y-T11"1 TREY O'MEARTS" IkI A 4. L4 [N g Brief News Items of Local Interest Brief News It*ms ltuv your fire w~':s, at I)altoºi'l, J" ';ariety Store. irtttl Mrs. W. (S. Stricklll(I lhas re- t., turned from a visit to lBaton Rouge. S T Mrs. A. Lanlrv. of l)elamhre, hav' spent several days hert*tiurinl the low, week. :uli 0). I1. Ieshotels,,. ,,f Kl',I:ui, wa" ` a husiness viitor here during the n week. Lum F()R SALT:---From 35 to 1i0 il''l larrels of corn. Apply to V\CE. this office. ,art Str, Maurice Montague. of (;'uvdan, thel was among the many viitors here during the week. ' fo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

WE MUST OPEN UP GATES OF TRADE All Important Problem Which Now Confronts Congress, Says President. SHIPS OUR GREATEST NEED America Fears No Nation and Is Am ply Able to Defend Itself-Great Task Ahead In Helping tc Restore Peace-Economy ls Strongly Urged. Washington. Dec. c.-P'rtsidnt V.'!l son todlay delivere{d hl: anrnual ;a ,,ir .,ss to cngress. I'rob(I n.s briu{ ght out by the great conlflct in I:urole ( e '::' 11 the greater hart of his atti.:.ti,: . he nP.es.age follows: (;entlemen of the Congrss.: IThe iessfort upon which yl a:, r n" eiitering will ie ti.o e',sl;i g ss , . of tie( Sixty-tlird ico;grers. a Crir- . I v r.:ture to sa:. uai,l h will In: 1, tI rnmnmbured for tl!, great b ly nf thulihtful and consrructli \\' rk whlch It has done, in loyal re:: . to the thought and needs of tin . : try. I shouh! like in thl ali « , re vie.w the nltauble record anrd ' , mr:ake adequate :sse,::lent of It; it no, doubt we stand teoo near tIh v-k that has beeni doni and are (our:: v....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

zIUZONIANS ASK C FOR PROTECTION Eleven .ILLTSAre LLETS FALL IN NACO FROM ACROSS MEXICAN SIDE DUR ING DAILY BATTLES. Wash' step pri 'UTIERREZ AT THE CAPITAL tfund o Sund cw: ,:he Formal Entrance Was Delayed the -!it on Account of a Msunderstand of Ing Among the Leaders--Za- ti,' in patistas Guard City. Cnunity El Paso, T.x.--i:ui.ii ,nterrez. pl,,,n . .,rovisional presid lnt of M,.xt',o. with formed, Generals Villa and Zal.:'i,: formally Thi uciupiod the capital se,'tion of thi oIThe' City of M,xico early S.undlay, accorl t Imon ing to a report given out by Villa hld 1)i agents at El P'asoo. The delay in ei crinti the M.xit in t i ni capital has h1, a attr;bute4l 1,> the Carranza (e,''h0 t 0 : ti'n,! ':''= .ato 1i in` c betwr nt tie rii , lthrn , - t! ern leaders. Villa .ti nts d! fare that f1u , i it w a s ta u 5s, d b y a 1ý':at" i: .;It th e" I' o- hi ranza troops had titnel tihe cet:al r. i part of the city. it of t Geor:e ('.('arathers, nont of the b, SiWabhjin tori ilate...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 12 December 1914

Community Co-Operatio. COPYRICHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S IGAZIN l,(,d lt, s wti ll r,,,,t ,1,i it i alfuit ias <ifilfct to l, ,uti fronm scili,,t to hiti, blut \ ,u C I llno t :,t I tile .s t:tti()l l'n . from selling .riii. :. ,' 1n(1 the 1),:( t nit.rs t tr sellitin slt:nulpls t, the it:.il ,ord-.r tk nel, nvr t!: ctll liu.csS fr,'i furinis1lit .hlint with their h}i,., ;lul ring 1,,k.s wllch 111a r ail PI(lh r Illliac prices above hi lih!e, if he lhas llet. l'~ .tl:1 t-,rs ,f iUr:r11 .rcttleIC:i ts will tll 'tI o thit. thle practice of w(f hiltin. the c:'tahlo: ul is srprisin. Talk abotlt .etting thIit:.s cheapeI)Cr, ,hiv these pIuple would rat:her p:ay a little mirc to receive lpurchases through the nuail thaln to buy them More Farmers Farming Better, thlunn;- diterifield prºlucts. growcn on go e'rmlne t - 'rained Li.nd . ,,\er ,.!,o, roads to hal cash mlrkets where thrifts homunte labor in our f:wtoires al. .'onvert the raw iuto fihi 'Ied prod luts, atd, with :adetate...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

VOL1 2. , --- - .ABBE VL P RES VOL 2. Devoted to the Intcrests of Abbevil!e and Surrounding Community. NO. 43. ----Phone 248.. -------- - --r . a -------3. iPhone 248. A .i~,, \:miU .i., Pari.h, La., Saturday, I)ceciber 1, 91!. ,_ -e.r 1 $1.00 a Year. Tango Restaurant REGULAR MEALS Hot and Cold Lunches on Short Order Get Your Fireworks at the Tango O)ysters. ...... ...........60c per hundred, deliverd Houma Bucket Ovsters... ie per hundred, delivered Oy)sters, on half shell, ...... ......15c per dozen Oyster Loaves, ...... ........30. c and "up Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Chocolate Candies TOTO PROVENZANO, Prop. ._i State Street. Phone 249 WANTED---AIl The Farmers In Vermilion Parish and Southwest Louisiana to ship to us all their Chickens, Eggs and Produce Highest Market Cash Prices paid. We remit at once. Write for further infornmation. Your Business Appreciated. t Cut Rate Produce & Feed Co. i R. I. STANSBURY, Manager. 202 Preston Ave. Houston, Texas. Cm tl Bull Tractors...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

Abbeviiie Progress J. W. ''RTtTAN PHONE 248. A 1( , ! ail .t1 1 c ,old fet do not fI!II' ., L :t h. " . a Plian has a screw lt-, ri a Ii L;.:1 :i nut (Of r l f,.l-. rl1 of tb rl"ue or prn, t; . . -l - t r - . "('all again." It haurts s nw, pIople more to pay the bill that: to h1'ive t11., tooth pulled. The (orman wh!o calls her bulldog "Precious" has a mistaken idea of values. A man who is distrustful of other people should not expect other people to trust him. The American hospital ship sent to Europe is more welcome than a battleship. As the chiropodists look at the styles in footgear they softly murmur, "We should worry!" The chief officer in command of both armies just now appears to be General Fighting. The Swiss navy seems to be get ting about as much glory out of this war as any of the others. Now and then one comes across an old-fashioned man who thinks a pollti clan ought to be consistent. Ecuador has had an earthquake shock. But that is a very little mat ter to worry abo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

The Trey O' Hearts A Novelized Version of the Motion Picture Drama of the Same Name Produced by the Universal Film Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE L Adlr of "Tn Forms Hurw. "TITh Bmra B&o""T T Black Q," Illtrated wit goter ft the Pictu re Prdutie opyrirght, 1914. by Lobals Josepb VYame CHAPTER XXVI. Make-Believe. For upwards of three-quarters of an hour of that golden morning which fol lowed the night of his return to New York. Mr. IAw was permitted to es teem himself the happiest of mortals The beginning of the period was synchronous with the slam of a taxi cab door that shut away a superfluous world from the company of two who loved. The sound spelled safety as well as success in Alan's uuderstanding. The car slipped smoothly away from the curb, pursued only by a little gust of semi-ironic cheers from the little company of working men who had wit nessed as well as measurably partici pated in the putative elopement from the house of Trine. Vigilant for any indication that their evasi...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as secoUd class matter March 1, 193, at the post office at Abbeville. La., under Act of March 3, 18 '). J. WV. O'Bryan,....................... Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 24,; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year.................................$1.00 Six M onths............ ... ...................... .5.. Three Months ............................... .25 Single Copy......................... .................. 5c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. Saturday, I)ecember 19, 1914. Christmas AUll Year. A spirit of generosity pervades the Yuletide atmios phere. It is known and prac ticed at no other season of the year at Christmas. It is felt in every city, in every towtn, in ev.ery village, in the entire country. People are prone to be more thoughtful. Mlen manifest de sires to spread good cheer; .women weave little acts of love, kindness...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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