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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

Wednesday, Dec. 23rd EDNA MAISON LN "THE PADRONE'S WARD" The action in this powerful drama revolves around a voulg Italian girl, who was brought to this country for the purpose of slavery. It gives the spectator an insight into the trulmiual section of the United State's greatest M.letrop,)lis, New Vo: 1: Cit'.. Ethllla liaison shows i her interpretation of tle ":tle role that she has made a study of the charactcristics and personal a'tril utes which n;ake ccrt;ir i of thle J tali tu ,.i. , . ic most be.," !iful and .' ari .g in the world. Friday, Dec. 25th: "THE MOCK ROSE", the Eighth Installment of "The Trey 'Y Hearts" JL~v .you .seen the Victor's Christmas Gift at .cl'lherc:, ': .? Victor Theatre A. 0. LANDRY, Manager Cut out this Coupln and present it at the store and we will exchange it for Twenty-Five Votes in the Trade Extension Campaign. C. F. Grimmer. Brief News Items of Local Inrterest The circus is cominlg. Haag's Show is coming tomorrow We wish to call attention to the...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

Costume of Original American Design . 1. II + I " . 41ggigatour. i:~~ leagasp . Ur.L tfashions Ppring from revivalh and adnaptI4tin'v of stylehs that ha;ve been i,,orn berfore olr dny :n11d fre,-l tlhe inlllluence of ail thli corners of the earth. F'or Homei , imei thIe nit:tl? on the o suhJect of .t rI('ir':lfl (dl'.inl for Amerlean women)ii I:ls iee-n h as lln on. 'The ar in Eiiroee brought Ithi-. nmatter to a climax 141 4 . , a f: hlio)nl show,. undei'r the, pairtroenal:c of .'1a;Iliy ioe'Iety Wolnein of New York city", was staged recently at the Ilitz hotel, in which the nlIlmarl displaye(d--on ex tremely clever models--was designed by members of American establish nients and made in their workroonms. The display altogether was credit able, although any startlingly new and wholly original ideas were lacking. In fact, few people are looking for anything of the kind. What we really want and take to are styles that have assoclations and suggestions that make them interestlng. We l...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

ET OF HANDLING O TE on i 1 In 'rhe I i'rrtrllint THE COTTON FUND ..JETHOD FOR OPERATION OF THE N'w '" $135,000,0U0 LOAN FUND IS 'arh o: DECIDED UPON. I t -h ' drii F=ARMERS ARE NOT SATISFIED i', l1 I natetl in "resident H. S. Mobley of the Arkan- p, rti,! sas Farmers' Union Says Scheme ri*'` I, Will Not Help Small Farmer. tIl. 'lti Washington. - -I'.tn have I,,en con, tlhn th Jleted for the1 op-rat in o, f th. $1::-,. 000.()0(0 co'tthon loan fund,. and a it Iorw in, linK of state clhairmenIu Is lw1,4i ' h"tl j in t'restP;1 Washlngton. The plan was p l,[lrovI''f ter'-ili-t: on Nov,embelr 30, 1914. by the ('.iltral portion Colmmilttee'', conpllll o.'d -of all 1the4 m'11- port ron bers of theI F'eIeraI Ite:,rvi' IomraAl A sti The Cotton Loan ('0wntt,',. hlih :1 o'rllte ha worked out the plan atnd vltch vr . il btin thl be In charge of the admini tratlon, is , It" cl" composed of two meml:bris of th" Fed' each; , eral Reserve loard of Washington, D. this eq ¶ C., W. P. G. llarding, cha...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 19 December 1914

.h.- - -- --- m ---i Community Co-Operahio' COP YRICGNTD FARM AND RANCH.HO.LLAND'S MAGAZINE The lifC of , teni1t tfamily in the S iutt"\hSt I1 :, ' ,,t It alt+P,,cthcr harl. In ac't it miight as \wt ,i ::s s.:ti factory, to a i::r..c (cgrce, is t11. lif. of tlhe family ,f tl.c averat.e l e,,,m.-minin:i;, small farmers. Thie lhom-c-ow r pay. n' i nt eretst, inll the f,'rIm of rent, o,1 |Lrroved c::apit .l-- thmat is his ,r1ly nc :.ssarv ad vanta-c. lBut the tcnan!t, ill this repect, is at Ili gCeI:e .disadvatntag e thal 9ý1 lper cunt of.thc r'all sIuccessful l,usi 2hess 111(11, w ho (it) lm1siiness ill renteld (<urters and on bor ,oweCd capital1 n rmai conditions are neces Sarifdi. ...iaisfvin life in a te.mt:ailt limne---ileasant home s-,rrtmtmndings., good church and school advantages, pleas aiit (ocial life, aind ordial re-. lations with the l;~dlord. The M.. orp Earmers .-., . Farming Better, :i'truaung dTiersifired pronucts, grown. on '' KgqverlTnmeit drained lainds, over. ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 December 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 2. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 44. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, December 26, 1914. $1.00 a Year. Tango Restaurant REGULAR MEALS Hot and Cold Lunches on Short Order Get Your Fireworks at the Tango Oysters, ......................60c per hundred, delivered Houma Bucket Oysters... 80c per hundred, delivered Oysters, on half shell,....................15c per dozen Oyster Loaves, ..............................30c and up Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and Chocolate Candies TOTO PROVENZANO, Prop. State Street. Phone 249 WANTED---All 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 information. Your Business Appreciated. Cat Rate Produce & Feed Co. R. L STANSBURY, Mawrg. aor Ave. HasuSm, Tmas. Bull Tractors Pulls Plows, Seeders, Harvesters, Mowers, Drills, Disks, and then Grind...

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 December 1914

Abbeville Progress J. W. O'HRYAN PHONE 248. The P r an weather t-..in is ,trit ly neutraL. The size of a slp ,: not t:ta it from sinkii. Addd to the pleasoros (.f war the pnICUfl occus. Sometimes it r,'ts a nali to do something foolish. If you hate yourself. it is seldom that any one else will lo e you. No one has suc·h a dislike for his own medicine as the political doctor. The government has decided how bad water may be and not be too bad. Bottle your troubles. On no ac count ladle them into the ears of your neighbors. No man's education is complete un til he can tell when a woman's hat is on straight It is difficult for the individual with a flat pocketbook to be known as a good mixer. We can't envy the paragrapher who said Turkey had proved itself a goat by butting in. Evolution never ceases. For in stance, there is the new type of bur rowing soldier. Cold weather warms the cockles of the coal dealer's heart-whatever cockles may be. News from the front s"s the auto truck is ...

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 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 Autlfr of "T7e Forturne lun,.rr." "T ra ,nss Boul."" Th Black Ba," ac. olastrated with Photographs from the Picture Predcties Copyright, 1914. by Iela Josepp Vance SYNOP SIS. , ' I I . a'rt s I, '.tr " t') I ' i" ..I. ' t . . r.. t . .1 . 52 , . u Ih. lati rl.I k ti l' p , i1 li b ' 1' " I, r' rs I. arlt' 1 Ii , . 1 to t ! rt , I -1,.. I h ,t:,1 t''" htr :i7 les n. a ,. lr"t t, t: '.r t.ii tI;. tr ne nl it o n , r firt!. CHAPTER XXIX. Jailbird. The period of rI, trnint in durance vll suffe rel1 by o1 tr hl.I Thm arcus in con. kilquente of conduct riotous, un aeemly, and in general prejudiced to the N,-public peace of the New Bedlord ater ;front at half-past four in the morning, proved in the upshot far more brief than had been ondlyurance hoped, not only by his just judge, buts in congulary enough, by the misdemean ant himself. Taking everan th...

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 December 1914

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Ever, Saturday at 1) ) eville, La. Entered as second class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La., under Act of March 3, 1879. J. W. O'Brvan..................... Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. O ne Y ear ...................... ........................$1.00 One Year........... . . ...1.0 Six M onths.......... ... .... ................... 50 T hree M onths...................... .................. 25 Single Copy...... .... ... ........... ........... 5c All subscriptions arc payable strictly cash in advance. Saturday, December 26, 1914. New Year's is a grand, an in spiring occasi<l, for it is always! saturated with hope. We are wont to scoff at and deride it as a day as when men make good resolutions. to only to hreak them: when they `o turn over new leaves, as it is call- da ed, they merely turn them back again. They want, they hope to a be b...

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 December 1914

Tuesday, DeL. 29th THIRD LYCEUM ATTRACTION Miss Laura Bitter, Soprano Miss Rita Smith, Slprano 'The Beverly Entertainers" Miss Laura Curtis, Accompanist Miss Elizal ethl Reardon, Contralto The BEVERLY ENTERTAINERS is a unkice company of four younii ladies giving a program of unusual interest. They will sing, play, and read individually. Their feature number will be a humorous sketch entitled GOING ABROAD. The cotume sketches will be correct in setting, and unique in their characterization. Friday, Jan. 1st: "AS THE CROW FLIES", the ninth episode of "THE TREY O' HEARTS" Victor Theatre A. 0. LANDRY, Manager .. . ... ,- - .. t .gi I, , ,,, F , Hun ,dra Club. Cut out this Coupon and present it at the store and we will exchangi it for Twenty-Five Votes in the Trade Extension Campaign. C. F. Grinmmer. Bri News Ite Items of Local Interest ,,,~---------""""_--- 4. Mrs. Mary Eisle is visiting with T relatives Franklin. ente Vic, Scott Rouges left Wednesday for his home in Derrv, La. spel ...

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 December 1914

,:. , ... ..' :. HA $ P pX?' & NEW Y""iXR  I i;11 " " ' " 1 1! "- "- ..: "" ::'_ =3 . ·§i . _..-.. ) 2. .:; Y-,. I),1 " ,- ,,'. t, " "/i i , o . . ..~ v ' (Copyright, by- W.r G.Chpn, tanyyi4i OHN HARDING was not a mild man, neither was he inclined to be super stitious. As a rule he had small belief in signs, presentiments or hunches, but just now all this was different. For he had seen certain signs that one of his shoats had been stolen; had a pre sentiment that a certain unworthy known as "Shiftless Joe" had dlone the foul d,dl. and possessed a hunch that he was about to horsewhip Joe until he nutsquealed any pig critter that was ever lifted over a fence on a moonless night. So. being a man of deeds as well as thoughts, he took down his trusty bull whip and started swamgward towards the abode of his victir to be. Not Shiftless Joe was not reckoned among the 400 of John Harding's com munity, and when one is told that there were but 400 people in that dis trice. he will u...

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 December 1914

COMMISSION WILL Ir MEET IN JANUARY PROBERS ADJOuLtNED AT RAY VILLE LAT 7 EDNESDAY UNTIL JANUAtRY '8. NEW ORLEANS NEXT TIME It is Probable That at Next Meeting C. A. Byrne Wtll Be Elected to Fill Vacancy. Westee.n ;e pn r t it .lew Q rv,. Rayvilleh. \\ r i uitt having se', r,ý, a quorum or it. nit- *rt. r- nite it lunll! having accermilnlitet, (l ,thtyiiiti ot f ';l i : t In the two day s at lt;r, ille. , x'c.pti " to bring lnto the" re 'cerd cletrly ;v. Halls refusal to applrve the (,cmpro mile of the, T'et , a lantd suits, tit.e State Probe (')111::.l nn ;iJoliurntli' Wednesday evening until January 1. when it will meet in New Orleans. At the New Orleans meeting it is probable that more witlnessee's in the Tensas caseo will be called and that C. A. Byrne will be elected to the va cancy on the commlssion. Although lacking a quorum some testimony was taken Wednesday by consent, Clerk of Court Frank P'urvis swearing the witnesses. A positive statement by J. P. Love lace, former se...

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 December 1914

Community Co-OperaLton COIYDJGIED FARM AND MA WH-HMOLLAWDS NAlCAZal0 ]'vervlxcly is preachinl sliver. ificatioin, andl, alth,. ugh th le ireuliiuetllt II;itV 1t1 t sev.s he wise, theure Ca(l liet n) Jhoubt of thre wisdm ()f the pjractice. The farsucr lielievcs in it; no less firm is: the fzaith tf the Iusiiiness iiman. But the farmer can't d(1iver ,;ify xw'itlotut the c('(,llr iti(,t1 .,f the business 1ian. lie getlerally has t, Ihe "carriu'ed" or "ftiriisll(,d' by thte I isi ICsS ilialli, and itncess.iilv eoi sults himlt a; to what co'r,,., he ;,hall put in, and how rlteuch iof each. If the (di\crsificd crops require new nlmatchinery for 91:rllting, cultivating :tnd )jarvesting, these must be ptl)plicd( by the merchnait. Finally, if the new tendency ;oward diiersified farming is really to resolutioliize farm ing ill the Si.th, 'cvry communtility mil u st g ro w, in to liv c stcF'k ,More Farmers Farming Better, J)laIung diVerSified ljprilucts, grown onl 'ovtrlrnment draineld lbain....

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

. ABBE VILLPRORESS VOL. 2. -- - -- - - - - - Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surroundin; Community. Phone 248. - .oundin. Community. .. . : _ Phone 248. Abeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Satrd, Jur. 2, . 1.00 a Ya ..:* . * *. ., Standing of Contestants - ,,., : $1.00= ..... . Tango Restaurant EGUJLAI{ MEALAS L Hot and Cold Lunches on Short Order Get Your Smoked Pork Sausage from ' s. L ocal f'csters............... 60c per hiu ndr ed, delivered 11o,111, Rutc;kct Oysters... ,seC per hundred, delivcerd . French and Tell Ducks Cigars, Ciga'rettes, Tobacco and Chocolate Cand es TOTO PROVENZANO, Pro. State Street. Phone 249Ji 34. 30. 23 WANTED---All The Farmers 2 14.. S In'Vermilion Parish and Southwest 17.. Louisiana to ahfp to ut all their 4.. Chickens, Eggs and Produce . -- .16 Highest Market Cash Prices paid. We remit at once. Write for further information. Your Business Appreciated. .... 38... Cut Rate Produce & Feed Co. ... R. L STANSBURY, Maagr. tot Preston xva . g......

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

Abbeville Progress J. W. O'itR-KAN PHONE 248. The quail trapper Is a: outlaw of low degree. Take god care (of your i alth, nalle all] ( r~.dit. tme pe;p,l. talk so much that they have no time to think. Don't form .t that "lifo" is built up on bith l. ide. of ;n "if." It never gets so cold that a w'oman nceeds furs undl,'; they are in style. A dre adt~ught usually travels incog whin a submalll;lriTne is in tilt neighbor hood. Solomon would have drawn the color line at painting towns red and fe'llng blue. The man with the hard luck story usually has spent his time looking for a soft snap. No one can take the snap out of a workman so quickly as an unappre ciative boss. Every 24 hours the world is one day nearer peace, but it does not have any Idea how near. Experience is a teacher whose les sons are never ended, but always have an end in view. What Europe needs now, evidently, Is not so much a great dictator as a great undertaker. Up to date no one has attempted to hunt deer In an aer...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

The Trey O' Hearts A Novelized Vermion of the Motion Picture Drama of the Same Name Produced by the Universal Film Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE ALkr A " °i Frorr Hu.nl,,. Ti* m B " T._e_4 c .h. Illstrated with Photograpahs fro the Pictn Preducti Copyright .1014, by l Joosh vases 6YNOPSIS. ThI r tr, ye ,f h. 'arts I ". rth-i ' E n Pmj , t v b i'yn ' t r... in . I' th rer, n. y i t". . , :,. r. J','I. n ! ., Y ,r I t , ,,- :i t . ia . 1 n i n, . , ' l ,i t ] .Ii t E I n . , I . ! , f'er ti t ncl r :. ! o f th .t. ,r tar il't a s r" i m of i t-htr rl . m r' Ii S lr,4. f , I lst I r. Iv Im 1, in c "h"i ;j urn. y j e , tak I . ] .: . .It' l r I, vl'. n :! . tr, h."] cr t I:er, ,-t lt . I. r; c NI'r ." a ' It,'\ k ri l R anse i, s r Tr l,.i tc."'t c .L train. CHAPTER XXXii. Light Engine. Twaul the cl.s', of that summer's day it !as the whim of that arch-man- ' ager of thn'atricals whom men call Fate to stage an anticlimax in the . midst of a vast and hilly expanse of b deaolate middl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as second class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La.. undcr Act of March 3, 1879. J. W, O'Bryan, ...........~........ .Editor and Pr.prietor. Phones: Office 24$; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One ear........... .... ...... ........$.00 Six Months...................................... . 50 '1ree Months.................................... 25 Single Copy................... ..... ................... 5c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. .TICK TO SURBSCRIBERS: All subscribers are now duly notified of the ex piraticn of their subscription, and we will promptly discontinue sending paper, unless we are notified to contiue sending same. Receiving no notice to pontinue. we will feel at liberty to stop mailing it. Notice can be given by phone, pnil or in person. Saturday, January 2, 1915. Give Us Gcd Men. AGive us men with public sp...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

Many Excellent Moving Pictures Will be shown at our theatre during the year, and you should watch for our special announcements Good Programs will be shown Every Night Read Our Weekly Program Victor Theatre A. o. LANDRY, Manager I i I' I -.. ... ... Brief News Items of Local Interest j LeRov White, of Jene, La., spent the holidays here with home folks. Curley Lege left Sunday for Houston, after a visit here with home folks. The Beverly Entertainers was the attraction at the Victor theatre Tiesday night. Earl Golden returned Sunday to Alexandria, where he is employed by Caldwell Bros. Miss Lillian LeBlanc, of Erath, was a visitor here during the week, a guest of home folks. T. J. Guilbeas. of Gueydan, after a visit here over Christmas. returned home Monday. Norman Hicks, of Lake Charles, left Tuesday. after a visit in this city, the guest of J. W. O'Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miller have mnored into the home they recently purchased, known as the Smith home. Chariton White, who is teac...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

BILIOUS, HEADAHY, SICK "CASCARETS" Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bowels while you sleep. Gt a 10-cent bx. . i a 'i.,nc Br t: < - ., l r, l , ,' l rtha t ...d . i ' : ! ' . tick 1 . " ',r ro r , vi 5 ' .tý 'a ;(Ih t ', i: -oi L Si t ina ? t e r C l,- g  !:i t- :' i n- " " t " . i, ' , I ' l - I ,,it h,1 , ,1 \\iVi e n t! r.- , a , tie g .'ioun aTil that dull. t .r, '.e. ;:ck c.ltig h,'ag l i-a hc ('ascarets i:nT d iatel ' (1cl, ' .-' the stomach, remove the so'ir. lti: 1:gc-td f .d a nl, fou l c';is , s , ta l e, .h , ,'x c -s - bile frin the liver and carry out all the' constipated xaste nmatter and pl.i-uSu.s in the bow"ls. .\ ('at carct tc-u ight nill surely straighten you out ,:" mnrornine Th. y a urk chile you sleep-a 0I ccnt Ibox from your druggist meains your heal clEar. stomach s,,,o I and your liver and howels regular for mrunths. Adv. GREAT AID TO COMPOSERS Newly Devised Instrument Gives Al. most Unlimited Scope to Wind Instruments. To provide an , mc.i, t ph...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

BIG COTTON LOAN OPLAN ISCOMPLETE 60L WEXLER IS CHAIRMAN OF THE LOUSIANA STATE LOAN COMMITTEE. SUB-COMMITTEES ARE NAMED It is Expected the Money Will Be Available For Loans Within the Coming Week. Baton Ru ge. The complete plan for the cotto,n loan fund of $135,000,000 to be i,,a.tel through the banks in the( cotton -pro ducing state-s has been receivdrI. Tie plan was approved on Nevenlmber (0. 1914, by the central committee cor posed of all the menmbcers of thei Fed eral Reserve Board. The margin of security will bh, _21 per cent, so that for a loan of $3.oo), the security would be 120 balts of middling cotton, with a little less so * curity for the higher grades, and a little more security for the low( r grades. Twenty bales is the minimum upon which a loan will be made. The for.,s of contracts, notes, cer tilficates, assignments, etc., are now ready for distribution, and it is ex pected that the money will be avail able for loans within the next week. Loans in this state will be ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 2 January 1915

Community Co-Operation COYRIGCHTED FARM AND MANCH.HOLLAND'S MArGAst Thlcre. is 11( conflict of intc'r .st between tile f;rnllr ;1i1 Ull$HllO'ý- n11a11 Jof ,t CO l111111tllltv. El'ac h:is 1, ,nl pal rticular work and bevns his energies. in hlis .own way toward carry ing it on. hBut the work of the one will prosper most when the other is meeting with a fair measure of success. There fore the merchant should have an active interest in the wel fare of the farmer, and the farmer in the business of the merchant. But it is in the life of the, pommlunity that their interests; actually merge. Each wants the community to be the best possible place to live in. Ade ,quate church and school ad vantages, wholesome social life and eutertainiment, and good roads are essential. The pieed of one in this respect is More Farmers Farming Better, jnaumng diversified products, grown on government drained lands, over good l roads to local cash markets where thrifty home labor in our factoires may convert ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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