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a1Itt,''r tl' ; ::i n .I;::I "f !i t ';our ;111 "
;.,lit-, hv tic v.ry l Iet of farm ?i,,
I b;' " land that the owl'er., are a t ic her
lcrnuig to cultivate to a 'ettellithe s
\!f h 1n:efit t . our e,'ple: that i.l c
we arce going to put our shouier tth
to thel whelc that is carritg pro- cast
,.cTssi,i'ents. WeV are not afraid It
tr? help the tan who is helping our drur
city and parish. iniot(
The Abbeville Progress r aims to lThe
he of benifit to the farmers, and ll
we invite the co-operation of the twh
farmers, the small as well as large, gett
that we may he of service to all, towl
all for one anld one for all. t11h
It make us feel good to receive 3 i
a cheer from our Lake Charles thai
friend, which is as follows:
"All together boys. New, long
and loud, three cheers for coh
Abbeville Progress. May s H e
be long and useful. Ma it be an we
honor to the pro .uetor. Also
Al I col]
boys, three neers for J. W. d
O'Bryan, aay his life be long the
and pros rous. Hoping Abbeville
will toit that he gets his full ,
re of all it has to give, is the to
wish of your true friend. ret
Some of our citizens would kick
even if they were tied hands and T
feet. Don't stand in the way of on
According to the weather fore- no
casts, we will continue to have the thi
"changeable" weather on up to of
when spring begins. We may as she
well say this cold, rainy weather ha'
will continued into April.
Judging from the number of ar
rests of blind tiger operators in
Calcasieu parish, we would judge I
that the matter of carrying an elec- -1
tion in favor of the sale of liquors pi,
there would be an easy thing.
Do your goods reach you any
cheacelr, from mail order house, Li
after money order, freight or ex
press is paid, and the worth of your
trouble is added to the price of the
goods? Did you try to get them at
home? "'Course, it taint kept in
A voter of New Orleans wrote to
the Item asking an explanation of
Article o10, Section 1, of the rules
and regulations of public schools,
which reads: "All appointments
to positions as supervisors or
special teachers of music and draw
ing shall he made from the eligible
list without regard to the per
centages made in the examnation"
He interprets the rule to mean that
no matter how brilliant a teacher
may be in her particular line, these
places are given to those with the
most political influence, and wishes
to know where the improvement
On orders from the department of
justice at Washington, indictments
taken to Dallas for alleged viola
tion of the Sherman law by officials
,:------"th,Standard Oil Company of
New York, the Standard Oil Com
pany of New Jersey, and the Mag
nolia Peroleum Company of Texas,
were noe pressed Tuesday. The
dictments were dropped both
-4 h companiu si1 their
Sfi *_ .
v\, alld we are at tRul
SS,'e ,,vh c rCI ..ll\ l)(e n - ll .,i :,
dirc'ctcd to :\bbeville. r.
file it is 3a new tl'ing, \e we,,.
:, vcry willing to see thc Mr.:
t'.n ut t a , d test. lint. r. ci..
tlle " pcnrla:Lt e ft the way its ., ,
it rols are 1lctsed it wumhl o "'.hite
-.lll they are nitt :ettiug :t i .:
t-est thn:-t is; rcll s: atiastactor. tt: i.it
S luliew, s )llc'.\ hre ther hre irt:
h; s bc icen considerable los;s of .
timet ill its route, 1'hile the 1
. hedulc is fine for those who 0,'l
\wi ,h to y',, out of AbblXeville .....
:1i return the s::nt!l day, even,,cll k.
s t s Newv ( )rlehas, there m1 Mr
is no 1),ssihule w'tv for anyone lul:!
to cOmte in to Albeville from &s"s
1 thc cast and( return the same Vr, s
day' cvn as far as Erath. th.. ,
IThcr is where we wish to see :I ,-u
thec s ervice improved; a service ar. s
that will allow Abberille the a,
priv ile;re of having one day
Svisitors , Wlho can get back to an o
I their home the saute day, after '., \v
attending to there business, ilt,,
r . t ugh
that meaning those who live n li
east of us. ust a
i1 It is a sure thing that three
r druninmers will not try the
motor car to Abbeville again. the c.
o The car has been much delayed Tuesl
Ad on very many of its return with
trips. One in particular, was in the
I when the car was very late, more
' getting within three miles of a few
I, town, when the car seemed 0a
unable to make any ti .ne, arve
three drummers walked 11 to her h
town, arriving hs at about
3 , . m., and £was reported ank
that t car arrived at 6 a. in. orle
g / is, of course, can be over- ay.
come, we presume, and the A.
schedule followed close, but nest
we wish to see it nade so that bron
an one from the east of town can Non
o I come in and go back the same
W. day. We feel sure that this is
uig the kind of service that will L.ci
lle be of benefit to Abbeville. off
the The motor car is scheduled beia
the to leave here at 5:10 a. m. and Mr
return at 6 p. m.
Preserve Old Trees. gate
Too-many people look upon a tree Bat
of only as material to be converted into Cot
firewood, fence posts, fencerails, etc., wit
and can scarcely rest until it is destroyed, by
ore- no matter how small the returns. All
the this is wrong. We must preserve some bar
to of nature or replace her vegetation where
as she has been denuded of it. We should isi
ther have all of nature possible to obtain and i
preserve in connection with our "strenu- cli
ous" business life. Some one before us
a planted for the present generation--we
Idge must continue the good work commenced f
elk - -for in planting to please ourselves, we th
nors please and benefit those to come and are
considered public benefactors. In
any But You Must Pay. T
LU' ife is strictly business in this old world
f the You have to pay for allt you get. or do,
:m at or have, or know;
t ill You Ihave to pay for sickness, you have
to pay for health, al
You have to pay for poverty, for idleness, o
te to for wealth,
n of You have to pay for everything, there is t
rules no chance to shirk, I
nents You have to pay for laziness, you have to
s or pay for work,
draw- \'ou have to pay for knowledge, for ig
igible norance, and yet
C per hy should you kick when fate ordains
tt you pay for lhat you get.
these Sometimes you pay when life n,
h the sometimes when you l
wishes Sometimes you reap the idle$ your
ement ancestors have sown,
Sometimes you pay by losing j when
you think you win,
entof If you don't "Pay As You er," then
vola- you always "Pay Wi
fficials But pay you must, someh , eem,
my of for all you are, or
ICon- If youa did not pay on g , y'U
Mag- pay b on through;
T yhe 'll pay
If yes d't "Paboth YosI "Pay ,
.l ,.n th *l--: ,, visit'ors h; re slut it: I I .
Russc Ric,1 . cof I:ther, ;was, i. ,.re ot,
u.,ines. ,huring the week. i tis
M r. a: I M rs. tI. Silt. f-r lln : .K+,il cl ,I, lu r, t,,f~
.\L:n,,, w n it t", Ft.rnkhn ,,n at \iit this :he t t,,
w.. h.in t. li,
Mr. i :i Mirs C. . tri::n r.:nc l l ft , W ti r witl
ra. ci., ,.rNew viiis i tort t, l ir:,a Cit\ it. l:ert
tI, ca ' ;Vit if ltu. h.et, itnt the Mr. lh.
Sat f fi t . t'tru tnt rt- slit rs, \I r. t 1,t hi
..us and ý . 1,,n :')T. ,ut" rif 't
A O, f K.t;rlam.; t , .r l it' i
the vi itrs ir , ,f cith s fRT f J. I i r. \\
Prof. .\. M1. Smith, of Kaplan, was ,arturn
her "u, ; liy on h!ustl.,S. Stre t.
Cf . tr al, It ,lrs..l. N. tGreene hft \Vet I. lb.
t t ', New tr Irlns, wh the th V.structi e l of
- cl It ,eur t hiti l :i s \'ititing. his rooi
l, l.. arl Mr-. Julius Pc niutte, of N w
tlria, ncr,, visitor:, he r,' ,lurs' the
uit ~k, 1t intg .u)csts at tihe honll of III. r t, Ii-itha
e: and Mrs. Cl. J. 1-a. irytgh ill
e HIill Silter, of the rthe fof J. I o. Silts-r
Il& 3u`i. left Thurs lt for peleka, Alat.,
where hi will icin his father, J. 1I. Sil- fr sda
lm v or, lsenior ihn usher ofl tilt firm, r h firr ilC
thinv go to bii on tihe construction oftcd h d
:.,onoi tw,.ntl liles of concr,'t" sieh-walk avert '.
tC i anl curbing to f put hown by that city. light.
CC r. Silver stis in (,ulfesrt en route Wle e %
l nd expects to return here about tilt tll pliitino
of Ml rth. notice
i S. Rex lwthlanle, of ,uilau, wi , ,at -tryr u
to an on the imanitiy %si.itls her T.uea, TIler
c1 and WVcdn1, -s ,tt. I lheacni1
Se lla/el G(autrea:ux. tih four year ohl have
daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. (;autreauxeak, eM e
t, aho live ihn Rice Cove h, ai tthe nisfo- i e
lutlne of losing the last join of the ring C. J
ee fil;ge of the right lhand, i-ing ;acci- his spi
odtentalle cut off by her brother. ting tl
tI. A. Morfelandl, who has been with The
i1. the C. F. Grimmer Krocery store, leaves W ceivd
ed Tuesdal;lv for nkauniont, wlhere he goes Theyl
to ne:.ke his future home. lie will 1 _n td.Ig
witlh a wholesale grocery colnpanythe are sos
as in the capacity of shipping strk. Mrs. Th(
te, Moreland and childr"L., join him in feed
Of a few weeks ý' Dr. C
ed n..s Norma Tucker, of mi.sissppi, fon
arrived here this week, and will make Jo
her home here. She is a sister to Mrs. Brot
to Frank Srebbins, of this city.
ilt L. Os Broussard, president of the ot
ted Bank of Abbeville, who has been in New
_11. Orleans on business, returned Wednes
rer- day. F
the A. A. Dubus went to Lafayette Wed- The
but nesday in his auto to meet No. 9, and ages
hat brought L. O. Bronssard and Miss duri
C ga Norman Tucker here, who came in on sect
DIthat train. Tue
Sis Mr. J. A. Whehrland has relieved Mr.
ill . Bassich, as local agent of the Southern
Pacific, temporarily, Mr. Bassich being mot
off on a leave of absence, the change one
pled being made on the S15th of last month.
and Mr Bassich has been the agent at this
depot for the past twenty-two years. We
The Woodmen of the World dele- 1
gates, who will go from here to the boc
state meeting, which will be held in ple
rtree Baton Rouge on March 24, are G. A. thu
into Comfort, Dr. C. A. SchillinK and R. an(
J. Montagne. The Woodmen Circle
etc., will be represented at the state circle wh
royed, by Mrs. A. O.' Landry and Mrs. P. U. fini
All Bourpue, who go as delegates; and by
Mrs. Mary Boulegny, who is grand
some banker for the state grove. fa
where E. E. Shackford, promoter of the Lou
should isiana Traction and Power Co., was in
in and the city last week in the interest of his
n a line. The public seem generally in- pe
trenn- clined to this line anl no doubt a tax by
ore ~s will be voted them on March 10, the
date of the election.
Jn J. . lmmergluck returnedl yesterday
nenced from a trip to Mercedes, Tex., near
es, we the Mexican border, whence he went trc
to look after some mbusiness for his cousin,
an attorney of New York. Mrs, Dora 4
lmmerglack and daughlter, Paula, ac
companied him as far as Pl'ort Arthur, an
Tex., where they spent a week with
worl Wm. Brooks spent a couple of dlayst
thUis eek with his brother, vWalter E.
or do, Brooks, telegraph operator for the S. P. m
R. R. Co. at Oliver, La.
m have Another man's meanness is
about the weakest excuse for your t
leness, own. d
Nearly every man likes to hear
there is the songs that were popular when a
he was young and thought he could
have to sing. _ _h
If a mantakes great pride in his 0
for ig.lawn, there is some danger that he
will fudge a little on the regulations
ordains of the water company.
Sometimes a confidential adviser r
ins't so much so as he seems.
s, New York's $25,000,000 laquedect is
more than half completed.
Chemicals are more effective in
your fighting mine fire than water.
H. C. Frick is to build a mansion in
New York to cost S3,000,000
S The house fly is the principal source
of infantile paralysis infection.
, George A. Holmes has held a clerk
h ship in the Boston registry of deeds
Soffice for fity-evea consecuative years.
oetim, . H. Rife, Rock Springs, Wyo. ha
just married Mrs. P. C. Doyle. who
was his sweetheart fifty years ago.
, yo Phone us--24--sand we will call im
S aediately for your order. We can do
Syor work up int neat style. We are
here to plase.
It's no easy matter to a
rr," them of adf-depreciation, by &
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This t ,r, .i r tll i~ , t "r` i . th. allt
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,itl ,ldivid trli, f:rul : i ' arthi a2 t f: it atltl t
l r w ith a :11 'l l t, ' t ::t ,,, in' thtl ce t, i r .1 j i ,t r
lir I:ern.ul. t..t.tha t i t.. in t .tit , ,,m tn I t I'
ir. lh. .,u the- t'h. M '" it ," or
It lilu. ,ri :i' t :, t .r t x i ' f o. 111
u t. . of 1! witt i: , 1,t.tlt, ,lle , It of' tti, ' 1l . Ii
ri,, t l, t trt.'- l 't ' h tI ; i,. 1..s t.l'li
)r . W. pia i lg hanit sof 'u'teat h ,itl.S ta i gtttt.
MiC- J I iiner th t ri!'ir his " trt't t ivil +
!:hriu l own in )%% l 'o "sla n tI'tl t t rl ilt,
Strt cet. ('list' 11
I. th. m onrI the s a:tchm l:,. r f+,r th,' N l a lly
V.ermilion JlMtohv : o . %%.t ,anfine",I to they :1'
his roo, mt the ..t" iyv plut of il 'te 1. ~
,com t of, illl.-- °lht
t. I ,n'e r I1 . 'a llrg t hiitt, .lt o , .. at L J aul
Tuchaeyo th, ' h,,l i'e ..,'i ,ltninig J. li J"'tJA I
lsutJ;rini, frott W alt,' r IS (-: , i t ,. a u '" Ithe n a
ihet trill shortly rienovi , c\lti lp
-r .Th oe ( eiW .,;iligt t t'a t :la turglod in crt .'c t
i Tut slav lmlorliint from Ward ". was fr Clhar l
a fir,' in th i h lus- l o ml li',wsi
o ta l"r -,l. ".'h tiwe oTi, n. otelt f to aln oil T
lk :tr. The ,raou .a," was re ,rtel to 1"' dtla t
slight. rTht 1c
th, 'e atish to antotlie that we are in at il1o1
S (le,.ition to ho neat priletit on shoart 2CinI
notF.e---a kind that (ou re n nt ul to work,
try++ u.. ilden
i'There is a v 1 pretty,'h twiplac of them taktce
(ean g idtos isll the twtindeow of hire
".Silternc's store. The passing ir Thn
M avhe to stop aind look at it, as it pree tS la t~1
a leasingg variety of colors and Mirapes togat<
taugeone yar athard abar.the
I tIg I C. J. Conner, the taill . is relvt a" l!j
ci- his spring lines of goxls and is now put- rtesidl
tine tlhem on gdispla iy.
- " I w ill
th The Stauf fer-G(elchtaux Co. b ive rctn- !ii..y
[.s ceived a largie thipent of new htggies .
ts They are dill.,"'. Y'-K 'lic ,tantity-c ;.dlcat-l y '
l, ane Stula ,ket t Buggies, and there a s e
ere are Some heauties in ith me lot. ianter
rs. Those desiring to use a good horse
n feed will do well to call and see now
Mr. C. F. Grinuner, whose add- will he I ollc
pi, found in another column. ais
ke Jos. S. Ewell Tuesday sold to Elloi lml
s. Broussard, the ycung jack which can
he raised, and is only eight monthe part
Cte old. The price was $i250. in a
Felix and Anatol Trinn and also
Ied- Theo. Mire, who twice have man- is el
and aged to escape from the jail here
is during the last ten months, were
on sentenced to the penitentiary I con
Tuesday by Judge W. P. Edwards. iln
Mr.t The Trinns being sentenced to 18 pro
ien months at hard labor, and Mire to o
age one year at hard labor.
thi W.J.b Deluzain, with Chas. E. ins
Wermuth, C. P. A. auditor, of New est:
dle- Orleans, who is here auditing the an(
the books of the city of Abbeville, com- c lu
in pleted the work on the city books,
yoR thus leaving the books of the water
i and plant yet to be audited, and
rc which he took up immediately after
. U. finishing those of the city, and is
Sand by no means a small task.
n Everything has been found satis
factory so far has been gone over.
bI Tthe ateriod under r aigew is from
s iMay 1, 1908 toDec. 31, 1912. The
period prior thereto was gone over
adsby the isme people.
withe who sh rqetycmsi
c Small talk sometimes spgets bia
i s Tale man who is re.ally smart doesn't
Dor act that way.
h , ie sure you are right, then go ahead
peigee and ask your lwfe.
Many a leap year girl after getting atd
I a look declined to leapw
oe f Ee Absence of the long green has caused
). P. many a man to seel blue.
The father of a new ghay is oran con
vinced that it is a y ell spring of joy.
cais On his weruins a man shoupl close
Weur the lid on his post life and nail it
her During courtship kissing may lwe over
herdone, but after marriage it is unusally
ucould A nung man should learn to paddle u
his own canoe, evenl if his father dot'si
in his own a motor boat.
hat he Truth may be stranger than fiction,
bauos t the latter commands a higher pricet
atosin the magazine field.
A clever woman is one whose clever
dwiser ness is never unpleasantly felt by those
with whom she frequently comes in
contact.--hiceago Daily News.
Never buy an animal simply because
ve in he has a pedigree, and because hie is on
sale at a low price. Pedigree does not
onmi consitute merit for" there are animals with
pedigrees a foot long which wouhl ruin
sourc any herd into which they were introduc
led. The next class-the farmer's pig-
a clerk- iis that which is not good enough for the
-d dee~ds breeder of high-class stock; this animal
years. tmay be a bit coarse, and not up to stand
-yo. has tard, but he is a good growthy or a pro-_
lie. who Uic sorImt. which the pork Iproducer will
.,. be glad to have. The next kind includes,
call1 ira- the cuall, rat ni id inferiora specimens,
can do lwhich ahoukl be turned into butcher's
We are nees as soon as possible; tinder no cir
caatae whatever shoald they be n__,d
./ll1m iFo --uit -ldk ty.e ie "
V1 " :. l ,, s11 ' t.t'y - "r 'd Thi.
kind \. t .l1 mlak th- C 11
1laiitinr ple' t' ani t .lnd itf .ex t
111 a.],11 eT ,:,+. 'un. ill ,1 ft , u1 t l
a l,1:nik. w\lich lI.t!v "'i ." i +1
id 'n,'. in x' tr 'isu!. (t i tiol I'- -
it t t l you \) ill receive, t ,:" W, a,,r,
a t i',, t\w ,tak , n , p pr.t mlq
i ;','5 ,f tin: city la t li.r hi1
P.C IlH . I\ itl thi )' 'titit. 1 1 w
Sci t lh i -tail., u .t the L;:h.p
litd,c,,cl.- l~cc tt i'. Ct,h' . ....ia , t"
Scust.t, rt.:. \\ itl:h d eli ,' tnl a -" .: tt
and :dl kind tt cold drink- ' nl
they all cow lin ,ck again, t, o
' Thlta .tni lir i llaih' Ti rt.i ',tl
of Jan.2-1 t 'ctnltt.:llle, the fi.II,, .\I'I
" Joh'n . ii t' lit i tan will launch the
Athn(villC II', li ne.w wfc-kly
In irtaltlr. c Mr I)'ltrvan w a- until I
" reecetlv ct-t.nicctcl withi the .Lake ...
r charlie ,\n.r, at n Ptecs .
,1 'Thle city co)uncil l ii t llt IMln
day evC'nin~ iu re.ulatr ý.c,-i n.
i Ther:'c is Il) n )it ein,~ f ) rc ¢
aimpoirtalce that is xpctCtCd to
rt co-nl i ), oll) tlld, " 111 the rotu illtin t
"work. exc)pt that thie i.latter , ,
jideialk ordn:tnce w':ill likeh et"
t'L The comntittce aptqinttd at the
t last lmeeting of the cttuncil to in!Iti
tigate the matter of extuending the.1
sewer line hubyond MIr. Kitchell's"
It- residence, have found that the fall
will tuot permit of extcndilin it
beylyo sit(Ic""h ". The lartge ditch
Lit !v Mr. Wiell's will he turned into\
•re 1 a sewer, making a very nice
rrsc C. J. 'eray, the restaurant man,
%ee] now has an lup to (ate restaurant,
opposite the uo stoffice, which he
is conducting upon a very nice
i )lan. It is a lace where the ladies
iCtlcan go and have the pleasure of
iths partaking of his, eatables and he
in a private room too. Cf course,
the men as well, are invited to call
and also. The window that he displays
an is enough to drive anyone huntry.
Peee oliceman Calise Guidry, who is
iary confined to his home on account of
rds. illness, is reported to he much im
)18 proved and will be on his job againi
e to soon. Adam Broussard is holding
the position down for Mr. Gutidry.
The new firm, Brooks & Labuave,
,. E insurance, collections and real
New ,estate, are now doing business,
Sthe and they report that they have
:om- quite a large amount of collections,
oks, as well as being busy in the other
I Do you realize that your
Sbusiness is judged by the
quality of printing you use?
Then let us do your a sie
for you. We mak ntn
cialty of neat, clean
, est andI
We have nothing except the ne r next.
latest material. Try us with yo
Abbeville Pro ss
State Street. Ph
I),l't lill to read
The Ca pet
Sfror Ba dad
By Harold M Grath
hIýe, ~ º Wliy 1lthl it fr(
c.leek unIltil it is co Illljºic'.
III fOttil' ycars the
li L 1 , ' 157 ,010,000 pas .
r lst his lif
,!tcr. ii~cliut of its trains.
' Thc sucret i.
1' A'lectr'ie Block Si al |Prt l,'c't i( l
h \V\hcn (ou tr:.v cl he sure to select
The Safe ay
}e Ask the agent of the ulltllcern Pacificj.
y( One dollar for one year.
of Abbevile Progress, Abbeville,
ain Encloscd find $.........
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