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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 1. _Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 11. Phone 2448. Ahheville, Vermilion Parish, I,a., Saturday, May 10, 1913. $1 a Year PROFESSIONAL CARDS * ~ ~ -* -- -* ---* 44 4 Jl n Nugier, Iistrict Attorney and Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. lPhone 34 Office over Rink of Abbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at lAw. Notary Public. W. B. White, Lawyer. North of Court louse. R. J. Labattve, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at law. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court House. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. Notary in office. J. K. LAMBE Will make your sign, Pat your houe, carriage or auto. lecoeate your honre with wall paper. calsitno or asntas and, guarantee etfalaction. Ask Anybody D. FREDERICK who conducts the Meat Market Opposite Stauffer-Godchaux Store Always has fresh...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

Abbeville Progress 1. .V. 0 itIIYAN PHONE 248. Simplified slelling should be a boon for the rough-writers. Harvarard's plan to teach wit and humor discloses a sad lack of them. The open season for the idiot who leeks the boat will soon be in our midst "Do not hire pretty teachers," ad vises an authority who never was a boy himself. If evolution keeps abreast of the times It must be occupied in evolving a swatless fly. Montenegro Is little, but a very small match can start trouble in a powder factory. The strawberry box, not the peach basket. Is the model of this season's hats for women. It is given out that there is to be so increase in the price of ice. Well. that will h-p s-e. Word to the wise: Tuck away $40 ei $50 of your week's salary for that impending vacation. The only "girl tenor" in the world has arrived in this country. Pity the country that is without one. Quite appropriately those hair im porting musical girls explained when arrested, "Well, I'll be switched." Why shoul...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

BEFOPE '5 .. A NATIVE VtjýT AIlRIAGE among liawalians,' especially those of high rank. has always been attended by more or less ceremnony. writes a Hlonolutlu correspon dent of the New York Evetintg 'Pot. The wedding f.'stivities of a high-born maiden on the island of Hawali last summer continued without pause for four days and nights. N.-urly all the, native ipopulation at the big Island en joyed, In on'e way or another. this great feast with its outdoor sports and games, but I doubt whether-- in spite .of the modern education and elegance -of the lovely bride. In spite of the wealth and magnificence of her family -this wedding equaled, to the iat wallan mind, a marriage of the high born in the olden days. Before the coming of the haole (white man) to these sun blest isles. when a high chief wished to take unto himself a wife he would have gathered together from among his people a group of the most attractive maidens. Smooth and straight of limb were these maidens, glossy haired, w...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

L .. Louisiana r News ic I From all corners an Sof the great State w, ye a- an Sheriffs Settle for Taxes. Baton Rouge.-The following sher- st iffs and tax collectors Saturday made settlement with State Auditor Capde- ex vielle for taxes collected during May: in John Fitzpatrick, Orleans, $33,487.94; va C. W. Smith, De Soto, $753.48; J. F. Ti Fuselier, Jefferson Davis, $189.32; Ed- lid gard Aucoin, Assumption, $1,173.71; ed W. Peterman, St. Mary, $2,589.30; T. br A. Womack, East Baton Rouge, $3, 910.81; J. S. Gilbert, Franklin, $448.60; James Beary, Lafcurche, $2,819; R. J. Ith Herring, West Carroll, $196.93; T. J. fr Drewett, La Salle, $160.85; J. E. Cur- -h rie, Bienville, $721.51; W. H. Elliott, Ia Red River, $193.53; J. H. Clack, West Feliciana, $890.91; W. E. Godfrey, th Caldwell, $251.41; B. H. Lyons, Ver- at non, $409.73; W. A. Martin, Beaure- ol gard, $224.87; J. D. Miller, Union, $1,- TI 503.95; W. E. Dunn, East Carroll, w $86.23. b A $40,000 Fire at Lafayette. p Lafayette.-...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

1:. ..~i- *A...* Vitally Important to Meet Himi at Nine O'Clock at the English-Bar. --------------- SYNOPSIS. George Percival Algernon Jones. vice Dreldent of the Metropolitan Oriental Rug company of New York, thitrting for romance, is tn Cairo on a business tri Horace Ryanne arrives at the hotel to Cairo with a carefully guarded bundle. Ryanne sells Jones the famous holy Thi ordes rug which he admits having stolen from a pasha at Bagdad. Jones meets Major Callahan and later is Introduced to Fortune Chedeoye by a woman to whom he had loaned 150 pounds at Monte Carlo some months previously, and who turns out to be Fortune's mother. Jones takes Mrs Cbedsoye and Fortune to a pol game. Fortune returns to Jones the money borrowed by her mother. Mrs. Chbedoye appears to be engaged In some mysterious enterprise unknown to the daughter. Ryanne Interests Jones in th United Romance and Adventure com pany. a concern which for a price will strange any kind of an adventure to or der. Mrs. Ched...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

HUSBAND NAILED RUBBER ONGATES Wife so Weak and Nervous Could Not Stand Least Noise - How Cured. :r';",!. A;..--"1 was so wonk P-4 tervous 'hiie - i through tl.1 S'h':nýr' of Lh', t!...: ' ,uid hardly hv;e. My husband had to nail rulbberon all the gates for I could not stand it to have a Sgate slam. "I also had back ache and a fullness in my stomach. I noticed that Lydia I E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound was advertised for such cases and I sent and got a bottle. It did me so much good that I kept on taking it and found it to be all you claim. I recommend your Compound to all women afflicted as I was."-Mrs. F. P. MULLENDORE, Mun ford, Alabama. An Honest Dependable Medicine is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. A Root and Herb medicine orig inated nearly forty years ago by Lydia E. Pinkham of Lynn, Mass., for con trolling female ills. Its wonderful success in this line has made it the safest and most dependable medicine of the age for women and no woman suffering from female ills...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

To Cool a Bum P1 and Take the Fire Out For Al HANFORD'S Balsam of Myrrh For Cut, Bumrns, ,rns..., Sprains, strains. Stiff Necir, Old Opaenounds, and al l4rs. Made Since 1841 A. P"was as o d a" $00N Pulse Mp 50.e m , * Al Dealers ac s. . GOOD DIGESTION ' IS THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINSTI ALL BODILY DISORDERS. THEBESTSAFEGUARD , FOR A GOOD DIGESTION IS Church on Historic Site. c St. Alban's church. London, which 1 occupies the site in. iBrook street of il the thieves' kitchen described in "Oli- , ver Twist," is to celebrate its flftieth year of existence on June 22. From , the date of its foundation it has had d the faithful "Father" Stanton watch ing over its destinies. ( FOLEY KIDNEY PILLSi RICH IN CURATIVE QUALITIES /OR BACKACHE, RIHEUMATISM KIONEYS AND BLADDER Chinese Hair Bands. Chinese women are not only ahead . tif American and English women in the matter of suffrage, but there are many t who say they have a more attractive, manner of arranging their hair than , have Europeans or ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS $S P't ii'ti il every Saturdl.t y II . t l , city , \I A 1 1 '.- i |, L.:i. ar.. ln11, 1 Ii o4 f |trs h 3, I 9 o" II 1tl Jll l . . I 'r r 1 .11 1" Railroad Time Table. J. W . ' I ). I l N:, , I 'rhl,"rl • ]'hn .T...' r  r, laqIt. l t" ' ' ! 0 1.. t !It t. N , 411T :lettnrcihnts, in , 1913. li retail roadusiness, Timae to cable. I I..'.'T IIt UN I). I nd', S occasi noll lr. t, witv . 'h a) i ll "unfa.ir 5 m ompetition.uc" 4. i. in. msITro m \Stor1" will sprin r up, lonly clh , orinr forin tra d r.t.ankin a1 effort to stm ll 'ADVERTIrSING is Titll. AVEI N . ' 'I "rl l ,V lll tll 'Ist )r'' ;I' IIT s r itg up, loudly clamoring for trade making an effort to ''stain pede" shoppers with offers of b marvelous reductious---catcIh- i a certain proportion of unwary people in its nect---and then 'ni dropping out of existence. Such enterprises are not so numerous nowadays as they :< were before the majority of people became educated as to value through reading and stu...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 1. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 12. Phone 248.. Abeillc. 1'eriuilion Parish, La., Saturdav, - Ma 17, 1913. $1 a Piqone 248. 91b'vle \''clnl.r.h ~. audy ~ v1,J)3 ,- Yo..,: PROF Fl1,-SIONAL CARDS .I. - SIMON '~.'vin. lP'arlor on Concordl St. . :t ...... ............2 c t..... Si l air t ..... ......... .1 John Nugier, District Attornvy and Attorney at Iaw. Notary in office. Alinos T. Gordy, S Attorney at Law. 'hote 34 (ffice over tlank of Ahbeville. F. J. Samson, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. W. B. White, Lawyer. North of Court House. R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at Law. Notary and Abstractor in office. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys at Law. Near Court Ilouse. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law. Notary in office. J. K. LAMBE Will make your sign, I'aiut your house-, carriage or auto. Iheorate your home with wall paper...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

Abbeville Progress! w,, t. \V. 0t'nI YA ih.'l PHONE 248. ti AT HOME AND ABROAD I st HI' CONDENSED ITEMS OF INTEREST ,'I TO EVERYBODY. 40 S111 AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL . Impo-tant News of the Week Gath. II ered for the Busy Reader-State tal and Domestic. lii WASHINGTON NEWS. iii: T he r tl in lt, n e o' th" hnll-e ,"~ rat : (t1 n 111111112 j el i n r,' 1 I 1i., ni I11 Ill tI n.iti ' Ifor IlolII, I I i :I il fIlIn I 'l l l ill i IIt i i l Ito ( ,il 1 to ,h lili h ill h~ re 4erl' Wi ll 1I titlir- I ' ; nIIIlllni 1t) hltl\ : illl llo'llr t'nt:.'" It l IS unlleir' toi lipr. t a.a..lltr t'1 1 r1 1$ 1 l;',' \\ I thrl of \ it - ll ari Mill ,i nd:ev ,l,' , l' lr TI IllIlrt ni t h if Il %iW (f lr in (.;ll1't 1 li it r ire II w lloin Soer 5 tar' Itrall e11rt r 11y r 11e .ilsi:r-i ppii tlieirtl l ,i l 1hIIo II .r A bill to llake it unla t lr for eany T employeI' l I iln any way' ;t'll l t lt to li' h hnfluence the lIlitic al activitleS of his ith lemploytt was iltroln ucotd in the house hit ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

ARGENTINA CATTLE INDUSTRY MUCH MORE PATRONIZED THAN IN THE UNITED STATES In Temperate Zone Almost Entire Life of Animal May Be Spent Out of Doors Without Shelter of Any Kind-Luxuriant Growth of Alfalfa Makes Beef Production Cheap. Men ,V Champion Short Horn Bull, Sold at International Stock Show, Chicago, for Export to Argentina. ('attl- raisiing for beef hi ArgentinRa. 'pleP(iflly in the temnperate 7zon.. is a muc-h nmore favored industry tihan in Ithe ITnrited Statecn The climtate lmakes it possible, for the entire- life. of .ait Itl to Ie Spolnt out of doeors with out shelter and generally witllout shatel of any kind Alfalfa grows most luir urlantly, and the suitability of a very large acreage for the growth of that crop and of other nutritious india enous and Introduced legumes and grasses. together with cheap land and labor. makes it possihble to produce beef cheaply. To any one unacquaint ed with the possiblhllltles of the coun try, the degree of fatness which the cattle acqui...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

Abbeville Progress I. W. º v'itYAN PHONE 248. Itut baseball is such a strain on the voice! Thunder and lightning! Seems rather familiar. "Swat the fly." Yes, swat it way out into the outfield. About the only croaking one hears these days is done by the frogs. Many persons do not like the cab aret, preferring to know what they eat. St. Louis boy swallowed a whole crawfish. Fortunately, it wasn't an eel. Tombstone cutters are on strike an added argument for the lower cost of decease. Anout this time. the preliminary step is taken in the formation of June brides. Only two per cent. of mutcrilans are bald. but it Is too late for many men to join a band. As soon as all wotren wear fend ers on their hatpins the men can quit carrying nippers. The farmer ought to be a happY man about these times. Everybody wants to help him. Our opinion is that the world will survive despite incomprehensible pic tures and slit skirts. However, the kind of umbrella that you cannot lose is not much good for k...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

1 -Y It a /rb S It Was Ryanno-the E~rwhll Affabkle Rynne SYNOPSIS. Oerse Perdcival Algerfon Jones, vtce _saldeat of the Metropolitan Oriental ctae company of New York. thirsting for anc.1i In Cairo on a business trip. orace Pyanne arrives at the hotel In Cairo with a carefully guarded bundle. Ryanne sells Jones the famous holy Thl Orden rug which he admits having stolen trmm a pasha at ltagdad. Jones meets )Major Calllhan and later Is Introduced to Fortune Chedsoye by a woman to whom ihe had loaned I6) pounds at Monte Carlo sume months prevaously, and who turns eut to be Fortune's mother. Jones takes Mrs. Chedwoye and Fortune to a polo same. Fortune returns to Jones the money borrowed by her mother. Mrs. Chedsoya appears to be engaged in some mIysterius enterprise unknown to the daughter. RIyane Interests Jones in the Uflted Romance and Adventure corn psy,. a concern which for a price will atrange any kind of an adventure to or der. Mrs. Chedsoye. her brother. Major Callahan, Walla...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

KANSA$ WOMAN S WHO SUFFERED From Headache, Backache, Dizziness a:id Nervousness, Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. .,nvr'r, nw.'. K alq. " A Yv. 'r no I wt 1 nutfl,'rr r 'fr.ui a in i.a,'rt'r 1 nim,.ir s. I .. ......... nalw:l hlid pii, :Ln n111 w + n ir . iltr. I iur in I Ii.. 4,lity I ul' n iij . int hluh tins . hrIu h r n ti . ss.t ,, t , h TfI ' . t. o thin I hnv,I 1for y'ars. ,n I r I al nr @ sii Lydia F. i 'iirsI fin nt', V-i 1 " ~tale " ( " 'ol n el to nil wl ho r .... ,a I dd." ' Irs. M. ZI :r' 1 n, 11! New JI r «,"y Slwe:et, Lawr,"nrc,, Knau ;;n. tur , M nt. " I.yelin :. y I'l ir, n 'n V, gtab' ,'Inpoun rut .nr .,t of awful bitas he which I h:al , ftr'rcl" with for - monthis. I was so w ak I could hardly io my work and mny Ihtd -nil eye's o'hed all theIr tn.'. Your ('onlllnl hlpjIe nIm ( in msany ways alndi is a grea't strength ener. I alwnys r,'esovmm'ndl it. to my frennuls nod tell tihe'm what a grand mned- icne it is for womrnn. You may us,, 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. — 17 May 1913

IT'S HARD TO WORK It ~ torture to work with a lame. aching hI k (;et ril of it Attack the cause. 1'r."1 .tbly Its weak kiditnel . ilI;cav tir cnicfltilln g work is hard on the 'ho-. ;aywy« . aad ont the kid rl~'ys 1 r ''ll'" lill.amet'd Iul collgelsted, tle ts.,ull." k'e l, getting w s eiL I lie d . er of runni g into gravel. c, 'v or 1lightt:; ll ,i'eiee is serous ( ,. i in e Kf dne' I'ei t. , a fine rcniedy t.r I.  La t ic or le.d Iline.yne. C;1: "mi hem" A Washington ' i '"i c"'e Case if It I lat h. I 1, .i ,t , l ,ti" . . I 1 i  1l 1 1 lh S , ' 1 . n,' "" . - I, a~tl il* I ciI 't i i I .+ < II i' 1 I ," #( FOSTLR-MILiiURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. When oabile Lost Faite. It. 11 lii e' or I i t .11 I . l I .tiel of dir ,it . es iiof lt.' . nt:. \ ho l elI 4i 1I r ' e l ti tI i i i ii li .I I eI II I i' i tie ii 4 1 Iv torni . . 1't i tepli I a'o'ry aint t nrt llo tr", o STh'ck ILi to hear eo. \\ hat riakNes you think that A loneg m Lteitt of vile iiee btef.re Itlhhie . half ' tt...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 17 May 1913

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS '"" Ptublis1itd every S. atrd lo in 1 ' , ,* city of A:\l,Ivillc. La. -liil t i :" Isntcr:rl a . s 'eco d "'a. "'".'t r 1. r- ' Mr.- J 1. 1913. : at the 1' ! a ,t th ',' :t ,\1 i ,': I,. la.. under .., : of l i 3. 1 7 1.1. 1 .ti, ,riidt; u u . , 1 , T . t t ,. .\l :1 J. \V . ()'B r.au ... 1'r,; rir:t'r- vr.t,-, l'hor .-: ( )fflc ! I. l. ;-.'c;,' , 1I11 i; Satturdx, \:t\; 1( ,1 Railroad Time Table. 1.- '1 " PIi .; \ I. ,i1I,! t IN` . 5fNs m.t,r ,.'. 1 ct 6: 1Y) a: . Ii, No. 51 l. - e r, ert - 937 a. i Th' WESV 1{" "N1) lit' No. 52 7 :1tnmixed',No. a . a5 mot. ca' 1. , No 5i45 Im '~,'eg r, lIt. q -'A ;' ' la. r 7o. 5(49 niotor :;*r, arri\cas . 10 p. t1 |l' GRO\V TOGEITHIIER:. tir" "The farmers and busiles:; ti. .t people in the the tons and cities },;ti, are daily comilng to understand Trh better and better that their br interests are identical and that ea.n! t violence cannot be done to Wone -h.: without doing violence to all. ;tttra Every industry is Allie l i...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

ABBEVI LE PROSS VOL. 1. D)c~,ted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Coinmunity. ,-"Phone 248. Abil, \ ii a.turda, M , 1"13. $1 a Ye"ar Phone 248. :1 h>cx'illc, \ 'r : iiinn !:'lri.h, I,, ,., St`tm'd:,, MI:,," 21, 1'13. , mm·mmmI tm"T"'I··LI - mm 111 -` ml· I Immumm p • . I- · • •u i1 . . . . . f 4 Jhn Nu\ icr, Minos T. (,,rdy, AttI,, : :: Lw. I'lh r.e 34 1i-, I ve r 1,.t' k of Al. e ',illc. F. J. S lmnsonm, lttoilu l' at Law. Noiarv IPbhlic. WV. B. Whiite, Norih of Court Ii.h . R. J. Laban've, Attrut ; at Law. Notary in of, cf'. J. O. Broussard, Attorney at law. Notary and .Abstractor in offlce. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneyrs at Law. Near Court Ilonu.. Walter B. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Notary in olitee. Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Laaw. otarv ill otic&'. . LEO SIMON Shaving Parlor on C,nvcorvl St. Hair Cat. . .... De air C t............ ............................ . .25 Shave .......................................1 " Childern Hair C uts ... ............

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

Abbeville Progress " J. ý ,' IIItYAN PHONE 248. ~- One any to avoid cholera seems to be to avoid war. The baseball fan b'iles and the farm. er smiles--when it rains. It Is all right for charity to begin at home, but it should not end there L Motto for the of'Ee boys-"If busi ness interferes with bas,.ball, quit the tl, busines . ' I'li An easte.rn scientist has discovered a substitute for tobacco Possibly its a five cent cigar. I Tlr.dion doctor says, "lIacking love, liil you ought to be drowrned." in the 41 sea of ;matrimony? N. We frel safe in making the positive tri arnoulneiltent that the frost is all out lIt of the grounld. Sh Any wmIan will viii 111 l that it is ath arwful Ft:rain to have a husband who tri Ihlhz he: c(aI: cook. SI' The j,'ry that appraised the value of a wlfe's lose at 15 cents had in mind one particular wife. An eastern artist deiscribes a man's of neck as a "thing of beauty." What about the "roughnecks?" Ian We should not overlook thJ fact that h our dear fr...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

"f" .iý ý ,, SYNOPSIS. George Percival Algernon Jones. vice pres.ld.nt of thet M:tro.pnlltan Or(ental ituKg ,',"npany of New York, thirsting for romance, is in ('air, on ait businetss trip Honrae Ityanna arrives at the hotel Io "air., with a e'nriefully guarded hundle. Ryann.. s.IllI .one-e th- famous holy Yhi ordes rug whhi. i, he admits havIng stolen from a ,onsha at Itngdad. Jones meet:s Major C'allahan and lat-r is tntr.odu-ed to Fort.t It'h.", aovt hv r wtmnan to wahn, he had In.ined 1., pounds at Monte ('arlo som),- monthl prevho.u.ly . and who, turns ,ut to he Fortune's molthe-r. Jones take-. Mrs. ('h'do*y, and I"ortune to a p,.l, game. Fortutill returns to Jones the1 mone.y horrow,,Id iv her mother Mra. Chr.-.I,\·v,, a.ppears to he e.na~ngd in So,i, myt.sfrl.ins enter.rIprl, unknown to the dauglhter Itynone Irntlerests .I.ne in the 1nitted It.mn11 111n1I nn l, A|\venture ronl panv, a c.on"..rn whIh for a pri-.- will arrantge any kind f an tyventlure to or der. Mrs. (h.,d...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 24 May 1913

T\1 1 N I -i ' "i· , "`k~ i_'r r(-l ... l It flu ac"irt 1|'" . 1' ' eia i as h in c s' l,rl  r 1 i' transact imu of buidn' h4 or p thl taking of It ju l r lv s And I',foro thell wvest'ern r hal b1. - In lonllgl this country he tropipi hu 1) hth bolhth that "tlime is mon.y," andl falls si into the fatalistic philosophy of tho li east, where tho language has no equi- h valent meaning for our words. punc- a tuality and promptitude, writes as Teheran correspondent of the I.os o Angeles Times. r+ Truly, Persia Is no place for the o hustler, accustomed to "do" a country ce or a kingdom by express railroad a routes and automobile transit, and ci who expects to get Rits or Waldorf- a Astoria wherever he stops. T Only when the powers take hold of b Persia and run the country will travel t1 become easy and pleasant for the ordi- a nary globetrotter. For the present it is open only to the venturesome and leisurely, for there are scarcely any d railroads in the length and breadth of ii the l...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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