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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 January 1915

EVERY TUESDAY EVERY TUESDAY In Connection with 'ThPerils of Pauline Two Shows in One Regular Program Two Sh Featuring the Greatest of Motion Picture Stars PEARL WHITE Music by the Victor Orchestra PRICE 10c TO ALL : Victor Theatre A. 0. LANMer • Manager-.· Brief News Items of Local Interest ff.... N.... N..º . N N 1 Ný N P. J. I.agBjnve, a teacher of near Erath, was a visitor here last Saturday. H. S. Snider, of Lake Charles, was a business visitor here Wednesday. Miss Lydis Prohaska, of Morgan City, is visiting in this city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dalton. The Perils of Pamlime, an attractive and interesting picture, will be shown at the Victor Tuesday aight. C. C. Harder sad J. F. Gibbons, rep rawrsting the Smith Typewriter Co., of New Orleans, were business visitors here this week. Rosa. P. LeRlanc, former secretary of the police jury, has moved his notarial oBrce into the Moody bildding, just north oa the Veranda Hotel. The Abbeville Furniture Co.. is now earning on a gr...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 January 1915

iiEAUFUL PAINS SREAT_ UFFERING Was the Lot of This Lady Who Tells The Story of How She Re covered Her Health. Dallas, N. C -Mrs. Thomas Davis, of this place, ,ys. "About two years ago, when I was eighteen years old, I was in a bad condition from womanly troubles I fell off until I weighed not more than 85 lbs. I suffe red dreadful pains in my hips, sides artd abdomen, for about 6 days out of every month. I couldn't sleep at night, and the pains a+ re so dreadful I couldn't lie down fr the blood would seem to rush to my hi ad. I felt I must have some relief, for it. s,"'l t hat the awful suffering would .:.ld tly {till : ,. I h: , r,.;,d tf whart Cardul had done for (,i r., arld thou, ht I would try it. Aftt r Ih,. us~,- f ,i:e bottle, the I in' ! r1 *.i . " d a. d I was aie to .. ,p Aft.r u ";:,g fns r hl ,:t: . 1 was a ' t '1 , "! , ,:... ' u., L . . I , I ;, back tt} I!, !i . ,' 0I , .,isehf ; lIb, and :-, ":1h," i,, t', :.'i w, u :k w ith out " r, T ,', , !v rc,· , : " . ! (' ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 January 1915

.."i:2 Princess Dress of Broadcloth 1.  ..': U WII'N one has tired of new fads in tihe fashioning of gowns and wishes to turn to something that al ways looks "lit" and is superior, it is the gown in one-piece or princess style that comes to one's relief. And if it is of plain broadcloth the chances are that it stands high in the estimation of Its owner and leaves the mind at rest. It is like the plain well-made street suit of serge, tried and not found wanting-like a good friend. A very attractive semi-fitted dress of plain broadcloth is pictured here. It has nothing in the way of novelty to boast, and needs nothing. All Its points are excellent and it is a dress of which no one will grow tired. Be sides there are several small details in its makeup that bespeak the artist. The bodice is short-waisted with Dinner or Reception Gown IT IS NOT so much what is worn in apparel as it is the manner of wear. ing it, that counts for style in dress. No matter how chic the costume as it comes...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 January 1915

r Iý. _ ..- ~- --- . - --- -- ~ I~..I~ THE BIG FURNITURE Reduction Sale Now Going On, Will Continue Until Saturday, Jan. 30th Our entire Stock of Furniture, including Matting, Window Shades, Paints, Window Glass, etc., is offered absolutely AT COST. During this Sale, the following are a few of the numerous Bargains we are offering: RUGS BEDROOM SUITS 9 x 12 Axminster Rugs, worth $25.00, during sale .. ....................$20.49 4-piece Bedroom Suite, worth $60.00, this sale,................................$41.75 9 x 12 Im Brussels Rugs, worth $13.00, during sale.............................10.15 4-piece Bedroom Suite, worth $75.00, this sale,. ................................$59.87 9 x 12 Im Brussels Rugs, worth $16.00, during sale ................. .........$11.78 9 x 12 Matting Squares, worth $3.00, during sale ..................................$2.78 Other Sits as Low a $35.00. 36 x 72 Velvet, worth $3.50, this sale ...............................................$2.48 . Chiffonirs...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

ABBEVILL]E PROGRESS VOL. Devoted to the Interests of Abbevill and Surrounding Community. NO. 49. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, January 30, 1915. $1.00 a Year. Nltr .urn ("u v,,, ] I I Ill - =.,-. Notorious Criminal Is at Large Here HIS WAYS ARE PSCTULIAR, HIS MO TIVE FOR ACTIVITY BEING INDFPINABLR. Notice is hereby given that a notorious criminal is at large in this city. He is the author of a score ofcrimes, particularly fiendish in the methods employed. He has completely eluded the police, for he has left no clue as to his identity, except a mark of a clutching hand, by which he has come to be known. His ways are peculiar, his motive for activity being indefinable. He turns up anywhere---attacks any body. He goes from a palace to a lowly hovel; from a little child to an 91d lady. The beautiful woman is not beyond him, nor the strong one. He does not work in the ordinary way. His schemes are awful and ghastly. He must be a scientist gone awry. This warning is therefo...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

Abbeville Progress J.. W. (1;RYAN PHONE 248. Say good morning and say it pleas antly. Hush money does more talking than any other kind. You may not love him, but you can't really hate a fat man. No, Esmeralda, an army's wings are not always used for flight. The censors seem to think that the pen may defeat the sword. It may be that Sherman didn't say it, but everybody else has said it. Sunday seems to be set aside for E worship and automobile accidents. Wife abandonment is infamous, but sometimes it is lucky for the wife. After buying a bale it might be well to take the change and buy an apple. i Current styles make some curious I disclosures of feminine ideas of what is charming. The headline writers continue to display marvelous skill in handling their forces. "The line's busy" is the answer all the way from Switzerland to the Eng lish channeL There is a lot of good in the old I world, as the making of homes for homeless boys proves. Speaking of algebra helping the cooks they can ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

The Trey O' Hearts A Novelized Version of the Motiou Picture Drama of the Same Namw Produced by the Universal Filma Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE F sr W "TI Fm aHuI.rM &T &e M"TI mT hadqi. asear J asa m b.g It.shem yams. c..arrassu Ie" W sensese...a. ..o. SYNOPSIS. The I of Hearts la the "death-sign" em loyed by Seneca Trine In the private war of vengeance which he wages ag.trlnt Alan Law. son of the man (now dead) who was Innoc'.ntly responslhln for the acl dent which rendered Trine a h.lpl-ss crlp ple for lite Alan loves and tI loved by Trine's daughter Rose. Judith, Rtose' twin and double, but a woman of violent and ur'ertain temper, promises her father th conmlss A.lan's death; but under dra Inr tle ~ rr irnltar:es Alan saves her life ar l "n. unwIllingly. wines her I v,. as ivell Ihes.- ., 1, spit- of her j"alusy of H,t ,, J'dltl, reftus . to s.rve l Iut th," V w lh, nI:t,Ie. Jr fl;,:t ,r. in! it i l- t th+ir !,: 1 9i -try u ' '.* s ,n ,t , l ,i ssistin Al'rln ani lns a...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

f FIRE! FIRE'! The Cry Awakens You! Your Home or Business in Flames! Are You Insured? SWill your agent be with you now in your troubles as when he solicited your Insurance, or will he be suddenly transtormed into the COLD, FORMIDABLE COMPANY man? Insure with me. I will not forsake you when trouble comes. All Leading Com es Best Service Cheapest Rates Your Interests Protected Office in J. E. Purel's Drug Store John T. Brooks THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN li, • . . . . . . . . 4.-..       . . . . . f:  ,  " , " • .    ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as second class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, L[a., under Act of March 3, 1879. J. W, O'Bryan,......................ditor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. Saturday, January 30, 1915. The cost of the Panama canal (fized at $S13,000,000) is just the cost of ten days of the European war. The latter means the ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

WEDNESDAY, tebruary 3rd "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" Hear the Story! See the Pictures! Hear the Tune! Song by Mrs.'A. J. Thomas! Motion Pictures by Pathe Freres!! Music by the Victor Orchestra!!! Three reels of Tipperary together with our regular program that night. Tuesday: "Perils of Pauline. VICTOR THEATRE, A. O. Landry, Manager. Brid News Items of Local Interest Mayor los. A. LeBlcan, of )elcambre, was a visitor here Wednesday. da ten Clay Summers has returned from a Col business visit to New Orleans. A paitiul new roof was put on the home le t of Mr. G. W. Summers this week. in Mrs. R. J. LaBauve left yesterday for M a few days visit with relatives in Frank tin. cal Theodore LeBlanc, of Lake Charles, he is visiting here this, the guest of home a bolks. ,L J. Mostagne, the contractor, was Tl here several days this week visiting home Si folks. f Miss Sarah Finley, of Senora, Ga.. Is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Li K. J. hLelank. Ih Aromuse oadresau. of New Orl...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

SA Big Influence It is surprising the won derful influence good digestion has on your general health. It not only promotes strength, but also keeps the liver active and bowels open. Therefore, watch the digestion and as soon as any weakness is manifested resort to HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters 1111111111 Terrier Is a Vegetarian. t1rs. .. 1It. . i "r.: a1 I of Ilosfton, p r, s id e n t o f th e .ill ,n n -1 rn (;u i hl. .in 1lr(r o f ;111 , ,11 , i :. ":,,: . I,'Ir i, I rri-ýr that is a t '.. - tl s the is lit S - r I , I. ltlls. Ieas. tw;, ar ". . . . C.rr ,t radislh, -, let tal ', a p p lhs. n u t , n o t ., o a tt f"'n II lr .d u tt< t I, I Itf SYRUP OF FIGS FOR A CHILD'S BOWELS It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Look hack at your clhi llhood days. I me'lll ,nil ,r tl he "d(, , " t:r.ltl h r Insisted on - castor oil, calomel, cathartics. Ilow .ou hated theIl, how you fought against t;aking them. With our chillren it's different. Mothetrs sho cling ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

FARPIES'' COýLIE AGRICULTURAL LEAJE.lS FROM ALL PART Ofi -HE STATE Ar CAPITOL TO H-AR EAPFER S. WIDE ADVEqT!SIS;N PLANNCD The Farmers l,,teested in Beef Cat tie Made a Tr p to the Success ful C.uunrIl Farm. Ill'~in It lll , iThe I , ir 'irs it, I lb , I f thei - t o r y a l 1 vl w t ih a :i ,i ,r '  rl 'l I , l,, r ' t o eviry part ,r f . ; i.a pupils. Anong thi Ill :. . . Thomas, o0 the state ir .S:nLn :. ! ,tl . \\1N. r., turna.d Ito the sch ll ,i .T :.1 r . a - (co pariied by se. veral int~ ll' rs , I Iris board. Pre.-idte.t T. Ii. I'. ,yd of thet unlilVr.lty opienedl lh s,.sinl. colll niu sitilng on thll need for takinig atdvall tage of all scitentitc hIelp, te eag'r re's for knowledgr. evid,,nt, and the university's desiro to place itself at the dlsposal of tilhe farmnlrs. Adrdritesses were n1llll "h,^ the famous Jersey llreeelers o(f I, nt h.y. andl Ihot Unand stock raisers of Teoxtn. Practical hlsi-ons were given in cattlt felding. PI'I-dges were made to( seculre a spe ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 30 January 1915

Owing to the cold and rainy weather we have experienced during the past two weeks, and the fact that many of our - customers were unable to come in and take advantage of our big reductions, we have decided to continue our big FURNITURE Reduction Sale Up to and Including Sat Feb. 20th Our entire Stock of Furniture, including Matting, Window Shades, Paints, Window Glass, etc., is offered absolutely AT COST. During this Sale, the following are a few of the numerous Bargains we are offering: ROCKERS EXTENSION TABLES Worth $12.50, this sale...................... ...... ....................................$ 9.25 Oak 8 ft. Round Top, worth $25.00, now................................... .85 W orth $15.00, this sale...................................................................$10.95 Oak 8 ft. Round Top, worth $21.00, now................................. ..... $16.85 Worth $ 9.50, this sale.................................. ................ 7.65 Oak 6 ft. Round Top, worth $12.50, now.......

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 February 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRE VOL 2. Devoted to the Intere:;ts of bbcvy:le and .;urro,,ns'ing Cnu y. NO. 50. Phone 248. .\Jlh. il., \l.,aiiij,,u i s.i.h, L:., S;'tur i ., I .1::::v , 1')15. I'ncle Sanr says he tnu-.t hilve help. Ile wants steinographlers for his office i i W'ashinigtoi, anl throughotut many of the ,:.th-rn States, at entrance salatries of lt,) $84t10 to $121 N) r annlnl. lie 111ha. s)mne vacancites. in his 'lhillipinti offices and in l'anamtt;. for which he pays an entrance ;at;lrv of 51 ',t to $1500 per year. lie :ul\v:,'rces otl merit, if yout are copeitt,.tt yott will somnI draw a most attractive salary and onlyV work ot.,1, , a. in. to 4:34) p. in., with thirty days va cation (lduring the year with pay. Five different examiit.itio:is wtcere held here in our city durin: the past year iby the Civil Service li.c partment, to secure !help for the (government. S pecial letters were received byv our school. urging that Otis graduates take tlise examitia tions. We prepare sttuilnt...

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

Abbeville Progress J. W. 'IrI'I;YAN PTIONP 94R FRUIT LAXATIVE FOR SICK CHILD "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with out griping. When cross, irritable, feverish, or hre.,ith is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow els, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remem ber, a good "inside cleaning" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. A...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 February 1915

The Trey 0' Hearts A owLd Vehof th. Mod. Pic. Kure m of the S.e Name Nodmead by oh. UanOral Film Ce. Dy UUM-JOEPH VALW ~4'Th om w wI6 8m@ "Tb B *q'jg. NakhIY ?hbpqh hum 6. .9~nh~w C~rsW Ilby n bUinbkms~in.m SYNOPSIS The 3 of Hearts is the "death-sign" em ployed by Seneca Trine, an aged and crlp pled monomaniac, in the private war of vengeance which he wages against Alan i Law. son of the man (now dead) who was innocently responsible for the accident which rendered Trine a helpless invalid for life. Alan falls in love with Rose, . Trine's daughter, and his love is returned. Judith. Rose's twin and double, but a woman of violent passions and erratic - temper, promises her father to compass A:an's death; but under dramatic circum stances, Alan saves her life and so, un willingly, wins her love. Judith then turns h against her father and successfully op poses his efforts to cause Alan to be as sassinated by his aides and mercenaries t] After many adventures Alan. Rose, Judi t and harn-u...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 February 1915

FIRE! "FIRE! The Cry Awakens You! Your Home or Business in Flames! Are You Insure !1. W ill y1Ilr agent he with yo)u11 I1w in your tr(ouIleCs as wlht'en he solic'ite(! your Ili~ui'tlcet', )r will lie tlsuhltenly transtormed into the COLD, FORMIDABI.I: COMPANY ma Insure with me. I will not forsake you when trouble comes. 2 All Leading Companies Best Service Cheapest Rates Your Interests Proted Office in J. E. Purel's Drug Store Oln T. Brooks THE FIRE INSURANCE M Offic~e teBoTkE FRs E S LRA .'t /.' A" . ... ý..." 'C  ..-. . O./."I0."..... /. . . : €:---.': .+" O~ ý,ý...'/.- /./. /" / e .-  "0.0.' +.. -./.I .. `' `"`"`'\ ·inv. ` `ýýr ý' ~. `' _ýý ' ýý v s`ý rý lý `` \'\ý° .0 ý.l ~a V ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Ent red as second class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at A1bº-ville, La., under Act of March 3, 18;v. J. W. O'Bryan .......................Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnish...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 February 1915

Monday, February 8th THE GREAT PRICES PRICES 10c and 20c GI L10c and 20c Hypnotist and Illusionist Tuies(davy: ''Perils of Pauline" FI:riday: "Tihe Ty O' HIeairts'' VICTOR THEATRE, A. O. Landry, Manager. Brief News Items of Local Interest R. I,. Rosa and flmily have moved to Kaplan. The roof on the hlomne Mrs. Wmin. La I"leur has been reshingled. lion. H. L. Guerdant, of Gueyd an, was a visitor here yesterday. A. M. Smith. of Kaplan, spent several davyshere this w*wk on business. Mrs. E. M. Stebbins is visiting in Newt Orleans, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Utler. Ioo Simon is now conducting a clean ing and pressing shop. Read his ad in anotlher pumn. Miss Ida Bourque left Sunday for New Orleans, where she will remain until af ter the carnival. Jos. A. Leilanc, of i)elcanbre; was among the many business visitors here luring the week. ,1st Thursday Mrs. Dave Silverman entertaine a large number of friends at her beaniaul home. 4 Mrs. Ilarry Landry, of Port Arthur. Tex., is a g...

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

he By ARTHUR B. REEVE e x lThe Well-Known Novelist and the Creator of the "Craig Kennedy" Stories of Elaine , o" n .= 1 Presented in Coaboratioa with the Pathe Players A Detective Novel and a Motion Picture Drama and the Eclectic Film Company Coprtgh t,1914 by the Star Company. £11 oLeign Blghte B..wrvd. Oopyrtght FIRST EPISODE The Clutching Hand. "There must be something new in order to catch criminals nowadays. The old methods are all right-as far as they go. But while we have been using them. criminals have kept pace with modeirn sc!,nee." Craig Kennedy laid down his news paper and fired his tpipe with my to bhatic'o i-n eolegel we had roomed to get her, had shared c\eorthing. evon poverty., and now that ('raic was a profes'-'n or of chln rstr in cha:iree cf tihe laborator. y at th. i- li ri,,rlty :nild I had a s,rt of ro in. cori:iIr!-i n onl th!e Staftf of the Stir. i hal ! colntinued our ,t"rrangn',n TIt "It has a;l'l.ays s,'lem( , strange to me," he wenlt on slowl. "th...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 February 1915

Compromise 1'u mu't :ir .: ach li at on,. II t . ,ui!t r, t:in th, cntroli, p . r in If. tl m 't t"rt-. l ; Il' ] I Appetite, Irl)iwh ction, Jiliau - - , Con.tJa 'n, (alis :m, l (Cr iplpe s n u:1c: rante your health. 1 'p Naturer conquer them witii the valuable aid of HOSTETTER'S StomachBitters TRY IT Just Punishment. AMrs. IlmE,'mndhaw -- Thii ;paper aysn . wlman hburglar was idnlitiled by two mi.,siing tee'th. Mr. IIemmnndhaw-Serves her right for not ko,'lping helr mouth shut. SUFFERED AWFULLY NOW QUITE WELL A Lady's Suffering Was So Intense, That At Times, She Was Unable To Straighten Her Body. Walnut, N. C.-"About 12 years ago," says Mrs. S. W. McClure, of Walnut, "I began to fall in health, get ting worse all the time. I wasn't able to do my work, suffering awfully at times with pains in sides, especially the right side, and none of the time was I well. Sometimes I could not straighten up my body for the intense suffering. I suffered more or less all the time, and was irregul...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 6 February 1915

IP. E l, , i . I' R O Y P,.: ., 1 1.i l , " I i l" u.. ý:al . 'L m ' .Irre E 1WE C- ' E- " a. ^ : _ -z_. r.. _:9.. ýý .."__ , ........ ---- OUR BIG . ..- - OU.. R. - Furniture R ko Has Been Continued Ur, To and Including Satutday, Fi;eLrary 20th \\'ilm(I Sshales: i ti-t. 'ni(tli, "rr l ,in I, a frst (L ';lu f' r ll Ir. ith c h ý1.0 D il ,ll. , yi i et l w , :.\\ * i l i, .'!;i ! i , , , ,l ,. , : ,,,:! . to rll';Ian'1N1;I I titl "ck'l "' to Ie' ýivn('ll ; n t' Op A bbevi le 1tluýture C om pany G, ]r ase sc. .iiP. U. P.U.BOURQU-, Manager S~i".;:m~t.ip. ...rL*4r 7ýt~t "'; y" 7 .L T.r.""ý. T. k .y ýfe.;i.L ,.."r .. .... . ~ Ladies I)i,1 \',.t l r ,, ti t 1 , + l .n, ! it . fi11,' t In 1 1i t I . I. I - I ,11.. !!,1 I lha,.t- il tox\\c \ .Ill , ',i, \ ,lo t l 4 1k 1114 .It. II I111I.` 1.1 . sto f La n l v ,: ', I ' h .1 1 . ..I.1 .. I .t I " I. - | . II - I ', 14 ". n '1i . , 1 I . I. . it f" ii 'II s t ' 1 t I II i t , " I' t r . ,,t t + i.,e I ,, I ,, tI. 1 n ; lI ,1 ,t , ofll ti t "...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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