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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 26 June 1915

Carbon Paper, Second Sheets, Envelopes, Typewrite1 Paper, Printed or B3'%mi', at the Prorer-, OM:ce ABBEVILL PRE VOL. 3. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville nd S:. rrLu;ldi1n Comllfunitv. NO. 17. Phone 248. \'vi ý-::!1c. \'I:il ri I.,.:. $ a Year. Attention! Attention! Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes For the summer, in W\hite and Canvass in all the latest styles Colonial Pumps, Baby Dolls and English Flats, with Leather and Rubber Soles, in all sizes and prices. Don't forget our $2.45 and $2.85 Sample Shoes. You can get them from us. "GET THE HABIT" D. SILVERMAN "The Home Garden of the South" ! United States Department of Agriculture 4 A Series of 14 Articles. Article No. 13 * - SQUASH, TOMATOES AND TURNIPS. t 2: There are two types of squashes, the bush varietics and the running varieties. The bush varieties should be planted in hills 4 feet apart each way and the runninlg va rities 8 to 10 feet apart each way. Squashes are prolific, and a supply for the average faimly will...

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 June 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as sconcut class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La., u:n-er A'n! of March 3, 1879. J. W. O'Brvan ...................Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 21; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year............ .... ............ ....... $1.00 Six M onths............. . ....................... 5 Three Months ........................... 25 Single Copy ................................... 5 c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. NOTICE TO SL'ItSCRIIIERS" All subscribers arce ow duly notific.l of the ex piraticn of their subscriptioll, nnl we \rwill proml)tly discontinlue setlditto paper, unless we are notifiedl to continueli sendiut' sae. Recei\ving no notice to continue. we will feel at liberty to stop m:ailing it. Notice can be given by plhone, mail or in person. Saturday, June 26, 1915. Clean up your yards, your alleys your ...

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 June 1915

Brief News Items of Local Interest ..N-.N* ** 4*-*4-* *fN.1fºNN~f~ Phone 203 for Ice Cream ald l)rinks. Cashier A. M. Smith, of Kaplan, was a business visitor here Thursday. Coffee Rings, a new line of Cakes just added. Peerless Bakery. Phone 39. aiv. Paul Mouton, of Iafayette, was a visitor at the Vermilion Sanitarium Thursday. Leodias Broussard, one of the ipoplar men of the Sokoloski store, is etjoying his vacation. J. Howard Labit was here from New Orleans for a short vacation and visit to his sisters. Robert Young came in Wednesdav from Grand Coteau. where he has been attending school. Mrs. Louis Stafford left Wednestlay afternoon for Beaumont, where her son, Morris, is quite ill. LOST---Gold bracelet, Sunday evening. Finder please return to P. N. l1yrangue and receive reward. Miss Cecil Smile), of Nune., has re turned home after an operation at the Vermilion Sanitarium. Mrs. Hebert, of Kaplan, has returned I to her home after an operation at the Vermilion Sanitarium. f Albert ...

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 June 1915

P* R QFI. N.\l, C.ARI , 't ..*_*** . _ 4S.** . ***** *** John T. Bron,ks, Real lvtat', I ..u0 , •i an .'11 :,":. i , t I 1021 . . 1Kib,,, 1 I. A :. -',r: t' t I. t ' ,r l ' : . 1 u W.alttr l. ; ,,, ll'. \V(w ) Nottol .:nl \.\b tt.wt, r in oilie.. Greene & Greene, A. 1O. lanlRv 1 ', I. PhoneJ, il', ti, Do Ta - I l'er ial Johin Nuti cr, 1)o District .\ttornc? and Attoir'y at Law. olt .Nottrv in ofer. il-c N---n, III lnos T. (ordvy, One A tt,,rnc"t .,t law. : hapIuli Phone 34. i Itiice In ;, a ::, ht1. < lutddl1 R. J. Labauvc, to yo< Attorney at Law. Notarv iin office. -Chint< Il To the Progrets"ive \',trrs it the Fir. t desire Ward of the l'ati.u hI of \ertniii'. on.-- I make this .c iUy formal alounlce- All Inent as a candidate ,or Police Juror t from the First Ward of Vermilion Parish tt subject to the approaching tlection. As- ye ev suring my supporters that I wil) use my Tn i best ability in the interests of Vermilion and tl parish, and cspec;ally the First Wa-d. the...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 July 1915

ABBEVILLE P S VOL. 3. Devoted to the Interests of Abbevil': and Surroun;tin , Community. NO. Phone 248. :Abeville, 'crnmilion '1tarish, La., Saturday, Jul 1915. $1.00 a Attention! Attention! Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes For the Slluller, ill \luite and Canvass in all the latest styles Colonial Pumps, Baby Dolls and English Flats, with Laether and RHubber Soles, in all sizes and prices. Don't forget our $2.45 and $2.85 Sample Shoes. You can get them from us. "GET THE HABIT" D. SILVERMAN "The Home Garden of the South" I United States Department of Agriculture A Series of 14 Articles. Article No. 14 POINTS FOR THE SOUTHERN GARDINER. : * o ~~ ~,~ *~~. · ~ ~ ~~~ ,~~, , , + Tl:e garnener in the South mayV wll reine:ibcr certain imp: rtant facts which are sum mel up in the United States Department of A :rig'ulture's new Farmer's BuHetin (No. 647) entitled "The Hcme Garnen In The South." They are as follows: 1. Il nearly all sections of the South there is a scarci ty of fresh veget...

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

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Sattrday at ..\h1cbvillc, La. Entcrud a cc:l c ::tl a- m t.r M.. , h i'. : , t p's efcL :i! Abbevillc. la., 1 blt1 r .\" ,i .1l .cil .3, 1,'i'. J. X1'. ()' :rya ,........................]..tit.r" :. dl i'rrtI.'ltcr. I, :lt'as: ( iicc 2 K;" Rci.ncc 13.,2. Adverti.-in -,, R :te ; irimd I'p,,t .\lplic:tio'n. SI'"SCRIITI()N RA' :S. One Ycar........... ............................ 1. S ix M nths .......................... .................. .50 Three Months ............................2 Single C opy........................ .................. All subscril)tins arc paHya!lc strictly c.Slh in :dv\:nce. N O TICE: TO ,"41"1n,.s- InI' A nl -, I,t,. ilt ". a ll. nt ,lly .I,, itl of tilt t. - pirsti un oft h rilnti m , .1,1 1,x-,,;l l lt it ,., tinit st.'E it i pal er, U ItI s \t. atle ll l Ic .ll 1 i, o iltlllllt - :. l;. t.t. i. vi,; I II't t.,.; ', t rn t Ctoltilnue. \%% \%ill elt. ll.c tl .top lll1 I t. i ..tcc t.lt litL '. I . ltl t', t | mail or i...

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

Brief News Items of Local Interest foýýo ofoýoýý· ýoo ·oo- r oefo- oo+ýý+ caroon 'aper at tins oiLh'e. Phone 203 for lee Cream ::nd Irrinks. Ulric Abshirn.of LeRov, was the: g,.st of Louis IBrousar I this \wek. Mrs. It. V. II.trril!iaux returned MIon day from a visit to Port Arthur. Miss Maggie Broussard returned Thursday frolr a visit to New O(rlean:s. F:-e Candies at the Ferns Ice Creanl Parlor, the Fuerst & Kraetmer Line. Miss Grace Ahshire of LeRoy is visit ing here the guest of Miss Camille Broussard. Misses Amy and Noemie Bronssard left yesterday f.r iteaumont, where they will visit relatives. Dr. and Mrs. 11. A. IEldredge had the misfortune of losing their two day son, on Thursday of la-st week. Something worth eating: Our Vanila Ice Cream. Stansbury & Co. Mrs. Jos. LeBlanc and Miss Lucille Brien left yesterday for New Orleans to visit their sister, Mrs. E. Bertrand. Supt. and Mrs. J. Ii. Williams have purchased the Foote lhorme onSt. Chiarles street, where they are...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 3 July 1915

* 1I(I:f'-Ii( rX.\1, CARIPS 4-- + +++** C ++++*4+** John T. Broo,,ks, J. E. !ibhh. Jr. Attorne.y at 1. t\ : . N, tr I-,' i .c I 1: -: ;t" :uili  . Kitchell & I,-'1 . ,r C',0rt H e. Walter B. (,ord", N ,:..1t in oftfice. Lrouss,:rdl .''";. S\.1rn,' Greene & (Greenle, Aittrueiys at L..1 ,,t:trV in office A. 0. Landry, ;,te ' 1 lice Jury Ro,:,:. L. M. IOI'I)RE.\AUX Ill*sj.:an v ia ii So i. o (iCt.l nir Court House Phones -Olice l:.,t I k:n. 276. John Nugier, District Attorney and Attorney at Law. N, t.rv in ot:ice. Minos T. Gordy, Attorney at Law. Phone 34. Olfice in lcau':is rliy. R. J. Labauve, Attorney at Law. Notary in office. SHERIFF'S SALE. ptate of ILouisiana. Parish of V\rmilion. Seventeenth Judicial l)i.trict Court. Abbeville Live Stock and Fe:ed Co. s vs -No. 4515 t Jules I'errin By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to 1 me, issued out of th Seventeenth Judicial i D]istrict Court. State of Louisiana, in the above entitled and numbered suit, fully authori,:i:. ;:and e...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 10 July 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL. 3. Devoted to the Interests of Abbcvile anr! Surrounding Community. NO. 19. Phone 248. A.lb, ill:, \crmnilion Parish, IL., S;turday, July '1, 1915. $1.00 a Year. Attention! Attention! Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes For the summer, in Vhite and Canvass in all the latest styles Colonial Pumps, Baby Dolls and English Flats, with Laether and Rubber Soles, in all sizes and prices. Don't forget our $2.45 and $2.85 Sample Shoes. You can get them from us. "GET THE HABIT" D. SILVERMAN I I In nil[] N II i ' n I"1 IJil ui In I I ll II I n P nql H'w3 ll mn I Ten Good Reasons. 1. On the same feed, cattle make much larger gains without ticks. It saves our feed. 2, Ticks reduce the quantity and quality of ott milk supply. 3. Ticks kill our cattle in the winter when feed Rets scarce. 4. Ticks quarantine our cattle from the best markets of the coun try. 5. Ticks eradication means an open market for our cattle at any and all seasons of the year. 6. Ticks prevent Its ...

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 July 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbcvillc, 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'Bryan,......................Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 2.4; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Application. . . . .. .. - - .. ... SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year.............. .. ....................... $1.00 Six M onths............... . ..................... 50 Three Months ............................... .25 Single Copy............... 5c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. NOTICE To SI'BSCRIBIERS: All subscribers are now duly nontified of the ex pirsticn of their subscriptlon, and we will promptly discontinue sendintC paper, unless we are notific.l to continue senlinzr sant-. RKcci\Ving no notice to continue, we will feel at liberty to stop ma:iling: it. Notice can be given by phone, nail or in person. Saturday, July 10, 1915. When you buy of your mer chants y...

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 July 1915

CARBON PAPER 26 x 39 Inches ' I, ; Suitable for Drawing Patterns, Embroidery SW,\Vork and many other uses. \We alo carry good Carbon Paper, 8 1-2 14, black and blue. ABBEVILLE PROGRESS PHONE 248 (*plrlsht bt $1cClure Syndicate.) n~~~~~~~~ haulrrr lanl m n:n u, mn~ueweJ' '' Brief News Items of Local Interest i I.......f.....+f Creole Coffee at all hours at the Ferns Ice Cream Parlor. Carbon Paper at this office. Warren Brourque left Thursday for Jeanerette Dick Flemming left yesterday for Port Arthur. Miss Fdita Hebert is visiting friends in New Iberia. Miss LAura LeBlanc spent the day in Grath Wednesday. Miss Aline LeBlanc left Monday for A visit to Morgan City. Louis Dethosme of Scat svisiting his aunt, Mrs. Avery Theall. Mrs. J. F. Ritter left Monday, for Jennings to visit home folks. Phone 203 for Ice Cream and Drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Morton left Sat urday for a two weeks visit at Port Ar thur. J.Gnilbesu of Gueydas returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit with home folk...

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 July 1915

TAINTED POLITICS By Peter Radford. This country i sutff, ring more from taituted l;c(ttics h.i f; i nt aI n (ether itmludy ,t tthe j.r(-v nt time-. T1 .re is Fcartcly a canl-paign : l;'.eeh t:;t '', a plattorm dt, ::..:d v. r;:en or a inea sur, enacted i:,to Li .v that dores ot carry tle taint of p,ersoual galu of ':-It poilitician or l,ulitical factoi n thereof. Thero is more "blue sky" in cam paign proni;o, s of many politicians running for c.lliche than was t -er con tained in the prosp, ct uses of the hold est Iroioter-l. of chlllnterical busintss schem(ltes T'lre arle mire secrtet co binatio ."s forr: ( d1 by ] (.tll(eans in the name of "1y 'ouldtry thain were ever ftrneod uti,, r alny and all other aliases. Tlihe"r are mo;re poliieal re bates hidden iin the phrIase "le it en acttd'" that: v. re ever onceatle'd un der any and all other dis guintes The inlrdirnlt t hir-t fur l olitical power anEd nnr:t.;trainltd s:is iin for mastory has cau:-ed r:;cre distr,'s ill thit nation ...

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 July 1915

SABBEVILLE PROGRESS VOL 3. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. 20. Phone 248. Abbevillc, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, July 17, 1915. $1.00 a Year. heroin 2 im IIlll I im I- I i l l. 'I |am• . .. ...... Police Jury to Build Dipping vat in Each Ward Police Jury to Pay $5,000.00 and City Council $2,000.00 Toward Drainage of Crooked Styx na~~~~ il mu m uun .... .  . ... .- . . .. I" .. . .. ...-~=-~ I ~ Police Jury Notes. An ordinance was passed requiring all public places, dance halls, theatres, and the like to clean floors and oil with sanitary oils, with the view of preventing diseases. The recently surveyed road a running through lands of S. . F.White, Jean Vigneaux and Ruffins was ordered opened ti and cleared for traffic The treasurers report show- u ed a balance of $5,992.43, un- ij der the date of July 5th. p Demosthene Trahan and Wil- e liam Buras were appointed members of the Lone Magno lia Drainage board of commis loners. $20 was appropri...

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 July 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS . .. , i . 1 E , " S t: :rd.t.' at .\hib ville, La. IntcteC .r-. ;:. , ca- zattr Ma:rch 1, 1913. at tht post office at Abbevil. . La., uii1cr Act (fA March 3, 1 7U. j. \V . ()'1: " : 1........................ 1itor and Proprietor. 'lPhotits: ()fiice 2i.:;" Residc. nce 132. Adv: r:l i ti. R:te; Fiurn'hcd Upon Application. SU'ISCRIPTION RATES. One YC r .. ..... ..... ............................1.00 Six M onths .............................. .5 Three Months......... .. ..... ........... . . .25 Single Coppy.... ...................... 5c All subscriptions are payable!c strictly cash in advance. NOTICEI TO SUIISCRIIIE·RS: All suh.cribters ar nl,\'w duly notified of tlhe x liraticfn of th,.ir ~ub-iri, ti , n n l we will pi ),nl Dtl- di.cnti te si , a n in , palper, uiless i~e are liotifit.' to cotiu ',l citl it .ll. licn ivr1!L no notict to cortintce. t, " ill fe .it liicrty to stop nulihng it. Notic .I Ibe given by pllc, mail or in person. Saturday, Jttly 17, 1915....

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 July 1915

CARBON PAPER 26 x 39 Inches Suitable for Drawing Patterns, Embroidery Work and many other uses. \We also carry good Carbon Paper, 8 1-2 14, black and blue. , ABBEVILLE PROGRESS ' PHONE 248 (Copyriaht. by McClure Syn.icat, ) t Brief News Items of Local Interest If you know of an item or a piece of news, tell us about it. That's what we want. But a news paper man sometimes experience more difficulty in gathering news than one would imagine. This was the cause when a reporter in a neigh boring town, when a few days ago was sent to write up a fire in a residence. Going to the door he inquired for the lady of the house. The maid said she was out. "Are any of the family at home?" in quired the scribe. "No, they are all out," was the reply. Well wasn't there a fire here last evening?" Yes," said the hired girl, "but that' out, too." Lemonade at Stansbury & Co. Miss Stella Theall, is visiting friends in Kaplan. Mrs. Rosa Summers left Friday for a visit to Biloxi, Miss. Clay Summers, ret...

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 July 1915

HAVE HAD THE PROOF. Could You Do The Work And Command The Pay If You Were To Take A Cousre With Us? Here are a few extracts from letters of prominent business men who have had the proof as to the ability of our graduates: "IHaving employed several of your graduates, I think your in stitution the best of its kind in this country." "We have had six of your graduates in the past few years; they were all good; send us anoth er." "There is such a scarcity of busi ness colleges who fit their students for real business that we cannot refrain from writing and indors ing your college, since several of your students have proven compe tent in our office." "I am always glad to recommend your Cotton Classing Dept. It has been of great benefit to me and my employer is highly pleased with my work." "As you all know, I have had a number of your students in my t office. I take this opportunity of saying that every student that I have had from your school shows superiority of training over stud ents ...

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 July 1915

A !LLE PO iES VOL 3. -Devoted to the Interests of Abb'viie and Surro:nding Community. NO. 21. e 2 . v , -- rmtuilion PIrish1, SL., Sdturd.v, 'lv 1, 1915. $1.00 aY Phone -248. -- , All the Cross-Rads in This an A the Oth P Equipped wit Sign Posts A Genuine Heart-to-Heart Movernernt S:oudl be Made to Keep Up Our Sp!endid High School---Vote a Special Tax F .. . •,rl ll l . .. ,.,. ,   ii. .,,.lm . , .. ,l. ..Iiim 111 l~l~ . ~ 11 1 Bank Helps Boys to secure Registered Pigs. A difficulty that often confronts the organizer of pig clubs is the lack of money on the would-be members with which to purchase a pure-bred animal. For this reason boys are sometimes allowed to enter a club and raise grade pigs. This r difficulty is solved in Calcasieu S Parish by the liberal policy of the s First National Bank of Lake Char- C les. The officials of that bank, C upon learning of the splendid work that is being done by the boys and girls in the clubs, made an offer to t lend money to any boy or gi...

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 July 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Publlished ,very Sa:turday at :\lhbcvill,., L,;. Eintercd ja. -.clntl cla.sp. mattulr 1:irch 1. 1,)!.13, at tIh po:t oficc :1! Abbeville. I,a.. u.,!!ct, :'%(1 Of Marcl, 3. i79',. j. \'. O'IBr:anu ........ .... ..lditor and Proprictor. Phones: ()fficc 2 1:, R. si; ' lc 132. AdvcrtisiniZ Rates l: t1,nishI(ld I'p1 .\ ii;1ic:itin. SI'tSCRIPTI()N R ITlS. One Year.......... ..................$ 1.00 Six M onths......................................... ) T hree M onths.............................. 25 S in g le C opy........................ .................. c All subscriptions are p:tvaylc strictly c:i;li ill :dV-:tnCC. NOTICE TO SI' RIIlWRI:. . .. ri ' .tr. i !1' i tifc'1 oI the ex piration of their stt rcti i ) tit, Inm \i e till IirnttlhVt Ijiconitinuc stnudin., paper, uinlehi we are tnotfieti to onlltillue stenditi' s.tt:lU. I ct'i\-ing no notice to contitnue. we will feel .t lil-rtt) t.o stil) mailing it. N( .ic can lie g ,i'lL h phone. Imail or in person. Saturd...

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 July 1915

TYPEWRITER PAPERS S1. - x 11 att , 1-2 x 14 c CThis Dapher is especially sitablle for lawyers Sandl utaris. \V'e also carry Second Sheets alnd " ' Carlon P'apers. * ABBEVILLE PROGRESS _ t ýPHONE 248 (OCeprtht. by MeClI.. Ryn.ecalt, Brief News Items of Local Interest Limeade at Stansbury & Co. L. O. Broussard returned Sunday from a business visit to New Orleans. A. B. Smith. of Kaplan, was among the many business visitors here Tuesday J. M. Scanland was a business visitor to New Orleans, returning Tuesday. Miss Laura Brasse,x. one of our com positors, was on the sick list this week. Jimmie Stephens of Port Arthur, is isiting froads and relatives here this week. All these who have said: "It'll be a cold day In July" should have been busy this week. W. H. Sledge, a properoueas rice d1mer ed mear Kaplan, was a visitor herm Tmesday. Phboe 203 for lee Cream and Drinks. As enjoyable water melon party was hod at the hems of Mr. and Mrs. Zyran gue the ather night. WebsJy qhlo cool spell ...

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 July 1915

Abbeville Grocery Co. Il' nkr the na!in (tf the A.ll)e'ille (,rocery Co., whole-ale, a new co('(n:l;:.y ha'l be.en tot r:ed to (do uI, sui ss in thi- -ec ti'm with it, (I(,ticilc at Abbevilie, 'I'he olnicers of the new company are I., I). Tro tu':-ardl, pIe ihent: L. S kolnski 'ie-loresid,l" I c.ire Meut:i, vic prickthnt; ( ). A. lsrou,.saNd.t eaIsur cr and C ? }vl'" tlourge ,ic,secrctarv. This t -t a!,;- hin't v\ ill be locate,! in th: bu !:i:2: ,n State street, just siouth of th,: ralilroad, formerly ocui ' ,i l I thel Merch:ants Whole h.tle (;to(e'ry (,i. i'h(: company h.i ltlurcha e.l a IFord auttt mobile for their uldrutum::: trai. Arte you :eeling it.' I)o you rn\ lI t i t ln or Sui' in of u ltiring eSt,,tr , trt . t ,lt ,n ot h aopi1p • ,[o ..I 11:rt , l hi tp ,1 I 'vl Rp nt l,' [ l I, ...a'th, :n(1 g(o,' hea.th i. irtp.,ssdile ulen (the Li.in( - re .li;'.-Il. I',lev -l ,e iv - i.i ,Ip th.i,' kilevs c a't out ("t .n t!f t ( .,:-( 1-.u l . rL-uiti. tr.ti, toil lo thcr ,i\...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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