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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

ABBEVILLE _ flGL6 S and VERMILION NEWS, Conso.idated Oct. 4, 1915 VOL 7. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville ai:d Sur~ro;nding Co.nmun~ity. NO. 35. Phone . vi!1l, V r248ilion Parish, La., S, ,' , 11.:. $1.00 a Year. Suits, Shoes and Hats We are offering Boys' School Suits in Fancy Cassimeres, Worsted and Blue Serges at substantial reductions. "We are splendidly prepared to outfit tihe kinder garten tots, the grammar school boys, the high school boys and the college gentlemen in our most complete line of We have a complete line of School Shoes for Boys, Girls and Misses Something to make them comfortable and happy. Mothers who realize the importance of correct shoes for growing feet, favor our Shoes. Give us a call. "Get the Habit" D. Silverman Explanation Of Corn Score Cird (Continnee from last week.) 8. Kernel shape. All kernels of corn should be wedge shape, with ,q are edges, so as to have no lost space on the cob. Those from flint varieties will be more or less rounded on the...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

Don't expt et sound arguments to come fromi a loud mouth. Every man pa:s for ahat he gets-* either in coin or self-respect. What has beeo:re of the old-fash Ioned woman who wore green hair? Yet one would hardly call the tak ing of Przumnysl a "pronounced" vic tory. A grievance N'ill grow in any kind of weather, provided it is fed on imag ination. Yet, if the Itus. ans change the name of I'rzemnsl, th(ey cannot make it ary waor: We are urged to keep our tempers. But that dtuc't mean for us to keep tongue-tied. Nearly all the poets seem to have been in a stat.- of preparedness when the big sar broke out. It Is settled that the overthrow of rats means the elimination of bubonic plague. Then raus mit der rat. You save your money because you are economical: other people save theirs because tl ey are stingy. Love of money is the root of all evil -and every man has a fine specimen of the root growing in his garden. "Old friends are best." said the of fice comedian as he sent the new boy ou...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

Brief News Items of Local Interest ' 0 000000000.1 Miss Elmire IeBlanc was on the sick list this week. R. J. TaBHauve was a business visitor to Franklin Tuesday. J. P. Simon, of LeRoy, was a business visitor here Thursday. J. T. Brooks has accepted a position at the First National Bank. Willie Broussard. of the Rank of Erath was a visitor here Wednesday. Dr. H. G. 1;dwards, of Kaplan, was a business visitor here Tuesday. D. Silverman has returned front his summer trip and taken up his duties at his store. Mrs. P. Numa Brounsard returned Thursday fram a visit with relatives in Gueydan. Mrs. J. C. Harrington and Mis s Lizzie Rose, teachers of the Rice Cove School, were visitors here Wednesday. Born to Dr. and Mrs. Presley Kibbe last Friday mnorning. a daughter. The little girl was named after its mother, Mary Louise. Miss Lola Weiss returned Monday to her home in New Orleans after a three mouth's visit here, the guest of Miss Maggie Broussard. George M. Eldredge has returned from Mans...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as second class matter Marchl, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La., under Act of March 3, 1879. J. W. O'Bryan,.......................Editor and Proprietor. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. -----...... ----- ~- Advertising Rates Furnished I'pon Application. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Y ear ..... ..... . .. ..................... $1.00 Six Months..........................1.. .. . 50 Three Months...... ..................... 25 Single Copy........ ................................ 5c All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. NOTICE TO SI:ISCRIIIERS: All sublcribers are now duly notified of the ex piraticu of their subscriptim, and we %ill promptly discontinue sending paper, unless we are notified to continue sending same. Receiving no notice to continue. we will feel at liberty to stop mailing it. Notice can be given by phone, mail or in person. Saturday, October 9, 1915. LAST WORDS Abbeville, La., O...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

GOOD AND SUFFICIENT REASON Colored Man Knew Nothing About In compatibility, but He Knew What He Had Suffered. The old negro had been arrested for "having more than one wife." the last woman being the complalnant. He happened to be well known locally and an orderly character. "glow many wive's have you had?" demanlded the judge. "8tx, yo' honor," was the reply. "Why couldn't you gt along with them'" the judge insist l,'. "We'll. ntli de( fest two sliled de white folks clothes when d('y washed 'unt: de thud worn't no cookk de fir -I'll tell vyou. Jedge'- d'e ir, she - "Incompntat bility ?" thet court sug gtestidl "No. yo' honor." anid the old nerro, slowly, "it wern't nothin' Ilk' dat. Yo' jes' couldn't go't along w;d her onle ss yo' wu, somewhars .else "- ('use and ('omment. Magic Washing Stick This is somethlng new to hounwwiver a otmthlug tbhey have wante all Ii.'ir lives, bill aiwel'r could get I e fre. It makes it pon sable to do the iheavierI, harLlr't washing in le. thau onle...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

SUCCESSFULLY MAINTAIN DAIRY KERD .,0% "/ / Se I ri W I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Goldrtn Fern ,.nsatlcr.,m a Prire Willnrr. ela v " l t 1.i l . I.Y 1 l pcln;it I J;ll,'t nrl J*iI! cl lnt s an h*" I;l p4llt ft ll) Iti' Intr It-r urunli the' 'la profit>. fltr n the d:+irv herd during Ithr At w inter. 'l'h lir.t e.,',nt I4 l IN thllat th . Ii (OW b) , (.( llfo)rtabL1)1. h tdIuI ' .a row 4' kept otherw ise ran e ver in hor h.'-sl I SIo Ioiuslt have a'a lm ftortable planhh ar to Iiu dowe. land ip. mlle and 1Il stretch her limlhs and Il-k herself all "4 over the holy 514 mu1h, 4 ll t h a* sutlimll lt 1and plenty of light Shie miust have pure air to bret lhe. alnd this e Ils ueit's that the staºIe, tllnst he pIroyvidedI with I some system (of vtltlilation tet give a fre-quent( chlige of' lir rhe This needl hLot be expeIlsilv' otnly a it little forethought andi a few dollars* worth of malterlal and labor. Sitel amust have good tpure water at least twice a day, or btther still. h...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

GERMANY ACCEDES TO U. S. DEMANDS IN ARABIC CASE Berlin in Note Expresses Regret for Loss of American Lives and Will Pay Indemnity to Families. Washington.-Germany has com pletely acceded to the American do mands for settlement of the Arabic ;-ase. The imperial government, in a letter presentcd Tuesday by its am bassador, Count von lBernstorff, to Secretary Lansing, disavows the sink Ing of the vessel, announcer that it has so notified the submarine com wander who made the attack, ex presses regret for the loss of Amerl can lives and agrees to pay indemnity to their families. The note follows: "My Dear Mr. Secretary: Prompted by the desire to reac(h a satisfactory agreement with regard to the Arabic incident, my gov'ernment has given me the following instructions: "The order issued by his majesty, the emperor, to the commanders of the German submarines, of which I noti fied you on a previous occasion, has been made so stringent that the re currence of incidents similar to the Arabic ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 9 October 1915

Stag Safety Razor Blade Sharpener fin t pnli Sti It Hones -- It Strops nr: * N. It Sharpens Blades of Every Hal Make and|Description. harv pros Geo. A. Comfort, Agent : pub STATE STREET tere Abbeville, - - Louisiana ofS WVrite for descriotive circular. 4 lit ,. . , . _- - - . - sl" oi pEOIA':te ' ANK ANI and 'I'U S''' CO. , cha Located at Abibevsll, Parish of Ver- the mlion, L:t. G Report fnrnimhed ti th- Examiner of Sea Slata Banks by tihs above H,i:k at City the close of bust,,.s on Tuesday. Sep Septemt)Pr 2SR, 1915: Deman d loans........... 197 97 inans secured by mort gage . ... ..... 13,030 75 Other lo- n anid diseoun:... 94,383 27 overdisfts secured and nsecurd ............... 20886 Other boud, .d , nt k urier 6,12 20 r ties. etc.......... ........ 6,152 20 Baukihg house, furniture and Si fixtures....... ...... 11,0 30 Due to other banks and 14 3;1 17 Mr bankers................. 1431 17 r'hecks and other cah items. 43g 56 N. Gold coin ............. ...... 742 00 n Silver, nic...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and VERMILION NEWS, Consolidated Oct 4, 1915 __ VOL 7. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Community. NO. Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, October 16, 1915. $1.00 a Y . Our Wonderful Hats eeeeeeeeeeeeeseaseeee eceaese at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 arrived New York fashion with all the ginger that helps put the finishing touch to well dressed men, and conservative enough to be worn anywhere in al! styles and colors. Black Gray, Green, Mouse, Royal Brown, and our special Tu Tone Hat, at $2.50. We have a HIat to fit tmiost anyone. young or old. D. SILVERMAN Plant Oats! Plant Oats! Louisiana harvested this summer 105.000 acres in oats producinj 2,365,000 bushels. Four parishes Concordia, East Carroll, Madisor and Tenses produced over a millioz and a half bushels; and had na difficulty in marketing their sur. plus at a fair price--42c (average) per bushel, f. o. b. shipping point. Oats meet the three essential qualifications of a sta...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

The sure thing about an investig tion is the expense account Incidentally, the American stork has made an enviable record this year. The half is not told-at least, a hus- T th band's better halt is frequeutly not. One may manage to endure the gral days if the pay days come regularly. Wast day ga The 'resent shortage of guinea pigs of the is not the fault of that prolific little tend re animal. ernmer Diplc Occasionally a photographer gains ington a reputation for perfect likenesses at ernmex the loss of his customers. the sai Similai At least the weather bureau cannot days fr claim that there is anything mean Ameri( about this annual rainfall. time o There are many people in this coun- Was try who imagine that there is nothing party to view with but alarm. unani unanin In accord with the law of the eternal the Pi fitness of things. Eve must have hand- step t ed Adam a green persimmon. specti' Secr If every man were compelled to act Unitec as his own foolkiller, there would its int ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

"SOME PUMPKIN" O I: Ed600,0 'a t~~oz~y rih. VALUE OF CROPS IN U. S. Fl GREATEST EVER PRODUCED Wheat Leads, and Yield Will Exceed Ni Billion Bushels, Aoeording to the C Government Eetimates. Washington. - Americas harvests this year will be the most valuable a ever produced. With the wheat crop di exceeding a billion bushels, the larg- ac est ever produced is one season by as any nation, and a corn crop which as also may prove to be the largest ever ta grown, the government's October crop be report issued Thursday announoed a preliminary estimates which indicate a' record harvests of oats, barley, rye, sweet potatoes, rice, tobacco and hay. pe Corn still is king of crops with in- ft dications of 3,026,159,000 bushels. at While that is 88,000,000 bushels below in the record of 1912, the final production tt may more than make up the - de- a ficiency. The higher prices this year al assure the most valuable corn crop tt ever grown. At prices to farmers pre- sa vailing October 1. the,corn...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

HARVESTING AND STORING OF SORGHUMS r"~lf I z ýG- y `i1. - >'ý~, - " ý . .' ')?1` ,". . ,-_- .--o ý - _ Growing orghum. Growingl Sorghum. tr'repared by the United States Depart mrnent of Agriculture.) As moldy or wormy heads, or musty and weeviled sorghum grain will not be palatable to stock any more than corn or oats in the same condition, the proper harvesting and storing of these grains Is very important to the grower who is to use them for feed on his own farm. If the grains are intended for market it is obvious that to bring the best prices they must be brought to market in as nearly prime condition as is possible. In Farmers' Bulletin No. 686, "Uses of Sorghum Grain," the cereal experts, especially those who have been spe clalising on the sorghums, offer the following directions for the prepara tion and storage of grain sorghums: Harvesting. The grain-sorghum crop is harvest-I header, or it iIs headed by hand. " That which is bound may be fed in the bundle or shocked and hea...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

Features That Are! VICTOR THEATRE Monday, October 18th Thdrsday, Octcber 21st CHARLES FROHMAN presents the Paramount's Feature Production Jesse L. Lasky in association with David Balasco presents iBLANCHE SWEET "The Morals of Marcus" BLANCHE SWET 1 In a Stupendous Picturization of the Famous Balasco In this delightful film production, Marie l)ore appears at her best. it Theatre Civil War Masterpiece ALSO r Paramount Travel 9 The arrens Pictures begin the coin- *o V plete personally con- ir ducted tour of South V irginia America, including the 2 Tremendous Spectacle of War Panama Canal. -- Most Sympathetic Picture of the Domestic 2 Sufferings of Civil Strife. . Tuesday and Fridays: "Pathe News" SPrices: Sc and Oc Daily, except Mondays, lOc and 15c - Brief News Items of Local Interest 1400 0000 0 44 09- J. P. Goods has been laid up on ac- a count of a sprained ankle, received by w a fall from a horse when his saddle came a J. H. Broussard of Gueydan was a bu- ce sines visitor here Tu...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

ABBE VILLE PRO CrESS and1 \ l'.l:.\llI Nl :', ::,'.\',' t'11..ý ,' ' :.! ei t W 7. 1 ; l ubl,li ,,ltl l' ,,' v l ..t ', :t: .8 \hi N , il ,l 1,;t. l, , i .', l,: a .. u , , , ,tt t.,1 . , ",,' . : j . V . ,'s:ryn: ,... .......... . . . . l"I, it , :,i ,! l't, i' rit' l r' Sl'lISCl';IOI'(N R:\-~ ATES. O ne Y ear .. ...... ............................. ....... 1 Six M oi, tlhs.... ......................... . T hree M onth ... .................................... . Single Co,py. ....................... c All :;ilbscril;tins ;re a, ", :t; tc :,trictly c.:,lh in ;advance. e rrT.t'lh"'.t) .,I 'll l.t' Il i! .', \11 'a .r! t ri t ' , : v . ,i l ,ii , t ht ii ' piratt, iI ~t thit th .  t, t ttn, .11 .1 \  t,:1 l t t ,, , t;ll tn, I1",t t~t) ltle sl.111|itl0 n r, . «rt" ,t ill I . , I , .! . , it ,:,.. I,. " ;, h ('Zl 1 ) Id'io nt i m ,il o f tn p ir,-sta . Uatur.,:-"y, (O , '+,1!1r I,, 1 t 5. SANNOUNCEMENTS For C'oniission|.'r ,( A\;;r t ulture and Itntigratton" 1;. O. IlR':NI'R ...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

STORM POSTPONES HEARING OF SUIT l JUDGE FOSTER AND ATTORNEY GENERAL PLEASANT UNABLE TO GET TO ATLANTA. CONTINUED DATE NOT FIXED The Ouster Suit of the State Against the Sugar Company Will Come Up in the Civil District Court J Two Weeks Hence. 'I New Orleans. - r Th' suit of the Amerlitan S.t:ar ti- S flninl c'otlp;la y agaiitn l (;ov. Hall. At I torIey t o,'ital 1'hsasatt and the' .tati auditor of ncacmwints. s' kinlg to ha\ . the fedu 'ral l.-t1rts d cliari. uinciio stl tu t tlion:l t: act of the extra s,..ti4on of 1915. r.L'eulating the operalion of cu gar rflirlnric., and givnlg thi' auditor r of public accounts a iln'tlure of jlri- t diction over them. was to have bion r tried in Atlanta before three federal I judges October 1. trut the storm and ( the canscq'ruet Interruption of traffic r prevented Judge Foster and Attorney General P'leasant from getting to At. I lanta, and the case was continued to a i date not yet fixed. Judge Poster now is in Atlanta sit. t ting on the Court...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 16 October 1915

SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Louisiana-Parish of Vermil ion-17th Judicial District Court. W. F. Zumbrunn, et al vs No 4648. S. B. McCormick absentee, 'Through W, B. White. curator ad hoe. By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to me issued out of the Seven teenth Judicial District Court, in the above entitled and numbered suit, fully authorising and empowering me in the premises, I have this clay seized as the property of the defendant, and taken into my possession to satisfy said writ, and will sell at public auc Lion to the last and highest respou sible bidder, at the principal frent door of the Court House, in A\b levi!le La., between the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, Nov. 13, 1915, the following described property situ ated in Vermilion Parish, La., to-wit: Lot Ten (10) and Fifteen (15) in Sub-District No. 1, described as Two (2) certain portions of land, together with all the rights, was. privileges and advantages thereunto belonging or in any wise apper...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 October 1915

BAEVI LH ' PY' ESS and VERMILION NEWS, C'aisolidated Oct. 4, 1915 V6L 7. Devoted to the Interests of Abbevilc and Surrounding Communiy. N 37. Phone 248. AIr vil.\1'Trmiii , Parii , .l, .Itlirdw , ()ctor, : 2, 11.. $1.00 a Yer. Our Wonderful Hats at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 arrived New Vork fashion with all the ginger that helps put the finishing touch to well dressed men. and conservative enough to be worn anywhere in all styles and colors. Black Gray, Green. Mouse, Royal Brown, and our special Tu Tone Hat, at $2.50. 1We have a lInt to fit mIost anyone. youlng or old. D. SILVERMAN New Fire Alarm System. The town council recently placed an order for a new fire alarm sys tem, which they hope to have in operation some time next month. The system consists of a large steel alloy bell, weighing 2,000 pounds, and being 48 inches in diameter, to be placed in the tower of the court house, and to be struck by an electric striker, also placed in the court house tower. The striker will be operate...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 October 1915

Also the toadstool Is mightier than the mushroom. After the showdown, the ability to bluff is of very little consequence. Cool weather at least reduces the number of sport shirts on jxhibition If a young man has genius, bard work will bring it out and make It shine. People may be physically tit, but if they have no imagination they are cripples. None of the flattering things said about its victims will ever make hay fever popular. A considerable quantity of idle cu riosity is excused on the ground of scientific research. The dignity of man's wrist watch depends on whether it is worn with calloused palms or kid gloves. There is a shortage of golf balls in Germany. which ought to be good news to the patriots at the front. Europe is being called on to re trench. Think of bow it will have to detrench when peace is established. The professional economists might tell us what becomes of milady's old hats, since she always has a new one on. The premium on dollars in Europe is not high enoug...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 October 1915

Brief News Items of Local Interest ' llp.l l'"1 -' ) iii' i ,;a::,',.) it I! 1 o1J. M 'T (olor ht r' +r, tir . f,,I ifto a in'ss t isilt to l t.lit.\ lltt . M iia, C'l li!le 1:rll- vio it I- tIlurni , Tui, . dat fron .t ple iant viit N ,. a t,.it i With our cotnlinetd cir, it lI,ii. vnt should talk t, our ti -t,i, ,., a , in . i L through our cilunii.. The little son of \!r. an:1 l- C'hal Lafllur had th lit iiu fortutl, of itt, king a nail in his foot lfu.l.tay. The mission at th.' C.itholi church will btc.in Sunday at I.ot\ Mass. aid will contlnue for a Lfew weks. Why not let me he ytour druLzgi.t? G. M. Eltredge, "The Drug;.st." P'hclc 35. Attorney J. Otto lBroussard, of the firm of Broussirdl Samson, is up antd about, after h 'ing inditiposed from a slight operation. Adonis L.ell.tnc. of the firm: of Stuffer Godchaux Co., with his little sons, Franlcis and Ernest, were vi.itors tc Lafayecttc Sunday. We are glad to tlote, so mansy of out farmers are providinsE theitsel\ves wit...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abbeville progress. — 23 October 1915

ABBEVILLE PROGRESS and VERMIII( )N N11\', Co(iolitiatecl Oct. -I, 1~l15 Published Every Saturday at Abbeville, La. Entered as second class matter March 1, 1913, at the post office at Abbeville, La., under Act of March 3. 1,79. J. W. O'Bryan,...... ........Editor and Propriet)r. Phones: Office 248; Residence 132. Advertising Rates Furnished Upon Applic:ti n. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. n e OY ear.............................. .50 Six Months.................. .... .. .25 Three Months...... .................... 5c Single Copy........................ ........ .... All subscriptions are payable strictly cash in advance. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: All subscribers are now duly notified of the x-. plrsticn of their s lbst ription,. man we will prCmpt! dischntinue senting cPe, unless we are notifiel to conti'ue lndit same. Rcc.ivi; no iOtic' to continue. we will feel at liberty to stop mailin it. Notice can be given by phone, wail or in person. Saturday, October 23, 1915. ANNOUNCEMENTS ! For Commissione...

Publication Title: Abbeville Progress
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