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ABBEVILLE PROGRESS a .-wM
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Railroad Time Table. ! h;,,,.
'is .\,Td rcside:Nce 12. n,.s ,
2, . . ,cha. t C !, t' . s havceri ber olb!r
to col: r Iteii, t:'. the t ti l hir:.
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ho e. , .t ;7 (t. )II. ote fu
IN,. 11 CA';nd'", r T:Ei I. ID. h u
oof lst Suna. cld t) hrint g tab:.
forthl a bctter sy)s tmi) of hIil)C- hfor n
Sosnc. T itere sent i to t'e hea 1r
ndecy toiar ndci T
is 24 and rcsidci ce 112. ,, ,.n ,
is no , ire cto pnly here alit C" for I.
tolu conltari)t, go wte there is av 'er
oire, and o ard, e i s
hu t1 oh.e prssi Wdevol
MORE CAEI NEElE)D. hadan
It would seclp, that the fire "ou
of last Sbe one to suldee t1ri te et
forth a better system of bait- her (
diring te t har;e agkept ainl the nr;t
hose. There seould to bose a tar
take c towaring theglect oday it
the part of sotkeoie. nihere. de
is no fire company here at softl
presehoult, and our firemen are lsvte
volunsevetar, go whn there is a 'no
fire, and work hard, evenad ,
though they do have a pressing to I
nnd cleaning bill to pay after- bohi
sizard, of the cit, and ware think always
ready to help, but there should,
.at least, be one to see that the lets.
fithre hose arets kept in place, off
tand iand caredss for quick r
work. Should the hoses he don
taken out during the day if that
should be put *tack at night.
Hose costs lots of money, and
should be taken care of, for liv
instance the hose used Sunday, mu
was left lying on the groundeat
for several days. There is no
better water works to be had a
than we have, in proportion to hi
sizt of the city, and we think Yo
the hose carts should be lookedfor,
after and cared for. ort
.sure or dissipttion. I
This warning against debt
doarmer should avoipply, however, to
debt b e for luxuries or for liv
weg expenses. ine debt of this kind.great
Ifthe dependence oa piece ofso ny
farmers upon a crop yet un-gh
ofmade fofit theiro pay interest andsubsis
somet ahead must not get in the and
habit of eating and wincreasing
out things all the has not paid for,uld
and certainly do it. Such a debt not mort
rgage his, and thure opportunity tomere plea
snaure sorb a purchase is opendissipation.
to any maning of good reputation
doesin almost apply, however, to i
debt of invea horse is needed, or
we believe in debt or anythis kingd.
whIf a man can buy a piece of make
land on credit, make enoughld
off of ito itobeble to pay interest and
.something on the land, andebt.
an thus furnish hind mself a
home which maybde which musting
ake suh a purchase is open
Sr i U 1 60 wy,~ · f I
JANE 1AJ31 ,L.
.I~l:-l itt. S ;-Kt' V.k5 1a dC( p bast,
w!th a r, ,. r ajr",lt. hoe:lang quality. \
anr;'ant,"'. to I' iPtra't; tle di; of
r t , t racket of a boiler
sh't, ,I : "Trm:n,;il of teu thousand P
ba, , 1 , -M tits all yelling at
o( , i o' t .oivereational ton-,
v,.',"l,, ( 'cl e- iLt; \;.V e-rouliat any ob" -
at,.c likel a bi''1" tfrom a gun.
N ;:ttt:" nh 1., loweto'' d Lita oco , ,
i( c:.": ' : ; :' ',' :" .. : as ai:i'nlaired. *
toviv , r. 1ing' ,t w'at.s bIssfuily un- ,
,o',,-cious of this 1,;c(unli'rity, which +.".
S::s ao stringly inpi't"ss'"d upon
others by his thi:nd~ rlot. Lass. 3i
SI:.,!" ! :: Is gi,od looking and no t, !:
girl i.s ',ith:ing but pit.ud to be seln
with hi-::. Still, ordinarily, it is easi`r M:
to ca'"ry on a cOTin rea'io: if one dois .-. a
iot f:,Il that half a dozen utterly un- irol
kn v,,': i r: tr: ;re breathl ,,sly hang- the ' 1
i g o, i , ,. nex(": t t'itma: k. 1
Ia:,' Larke,. picrhal was the most
lar'irconed to the elnbarr:atsml nts due i
to havti " Minglett for an escort, pos- 1 i':
sib!y beht:i'se ;inre timt's ott of teal part ,
L. + as ti;e g:'! ho chl "" to invi:'e.
She hi-rself had a v:'ice which riah0" An,
be de: cribed as little, 1 re'ci ,..y suit- ,sc.ho,
ed to cozv corn'-s and conlfid"'lce. rl~sini
\When t- ... "..: re out togther t-h1ir
conveoratt(an as hia:,d I y cu'i:!hrs Fra
was merely a !totnotloaPu" by '.inghlet, .are
for Daisy's voic" co.o!dn't be heard a S:nlii
foot away. , i..-"h tt wh, n c.lose b ii
her had to b, nd hit; head to hear her.
This gave hill an : I pIa:rr nce of great Trt
devotion, well calcul:ated to draw at- rail:
teution to thien if 1:i3 alarming vo!ce .:Cr:
hadn't managed that. I
Because Mirlett had such a prodig- g- u:
ious voice it was l:articularly embar- ha\ i:
rassing to Dai'sy tha: he should have
taken it Into his it, ad to propose to ,u
her one i.;ght at the th.e.ater. 1:.
"Be careful," D. :.sy warned him f, to
ncrvously before the liret act, when he lill
started in to tell hi r how lonely hoe Alcx
was. "Peolec can hear you!"
1 "They c. ..ot!" boomed Minglett. 1'(
Indignantly, for lie still labored un- t
der the delusion that he could speak \wel
t softly if he chose. "1 an mer:ly whis- left
poring! Anyhow, if anyone wants to
listen to private con-'e:sction let 'cm! M
I'm not ashamed of what I am saying' a: hbu
I've known you a long time now, Da!- .i'
I' sy, and I never know before what it any
was really to be h' rd over heeol--"
r The slxteen-yoar-old girl two rows DI
behind them gasped, "Oh, my!" and pnot
leaned forward interested!Y. day
S i "Pleae!" protested Miss Lark. 1,
"The curtain's go" oin t!" ritd
"Hang the curtain!" growled Ming
C lett. "If you are trying to steer me
off, that's another thing, but it it's .ii
I just nervousness I'm going to talk
k right ahead. You do like me a little 1:r.
don't you?" Ih1
He bent his head to hear what she
it was Saying. The curtain was up, but L
neither of them knew it. of t
t' "Of course," he said in a hoarse to .
,d mumble. "But you must have known ten
I cared more than just ordinarily. tin,
3r You must have seen it coming! You
, Md.I Larke fluttered her hands and 1o.,
ld said soething intensely. hel
10 "Well, :.'"- might just as well start a.i
to caring," Minglett announced to her
1d and incidentally to every one around ter
to him. "Because it's down on the cards
that I'm going to marry you, Daisy! '.
1k You might as well say yes, first as
d last!" ha
She talked to him and he wagged the
his head, shifted his feet and half tle'
turned around in his scet. an
"Since I care so much for you and
you like me, there's no reason for
delay to think it over! You can decide to
'nS this minute! Are you going to mar- in
he ry me? say yes!" tri
He listened again to Miss Larka. St
tat "Oh, nonsense!" he said.
iv- "Now, Daisy!" he said next. e
"You'ro all right," he confided to
at her soon after. "But your ideas are
:n wrong. Still, I see the point. You've
got to tell me!"
fy Fifteen minutes later, daring the in
termission, when Minglett was buy
- ing a box of candy in the lobby, he
iS- was approached by a diffident youth,
l who gulped twice and swallowed
1d hard in an effort to open a conversa
"Well, son?" Minglett'a big voice
lg boomed forth.
Or "I beg your pardon, sir." stammered
Sthe diffident youth. "I'm sure I don't
irt- know how you'll take it-but the fact
- is that the young lady I'm with this
Sevening won't give me any peace til'
I find out something she's crazy to
know. Did-er-did Daisy say yes or
ebtUL didn't she? We-we sat two rows
to i back, you know, and-an-"
"It's none of your confounded busl
ed, nesI!" bellowed Minglett, cheerfully.
nd. "BIt, between you and me, she did!"
Of Two Essentials.
igh The essential thinps which distin'
gau.sh one individual from another,
and whrch give one man a higher place
and amang his fellows and another a low
ar, are jast two: First of all. perse
Svesance-the ability to keep everlast
itngly at it, and, secondly, imagination
inor vision-the ability to see beyond
id the present moment, and to understand
that the work at hand reaches beyond
lebt the present moment, and so is worth
Sto Fiad Old Greek Temple.
pen The foundation of a Oreek temple
tedicated to Minerva, and dating from
ition the fifth century B.C., have been dis
S~1 esvered at syracuse, Italy. An ex
ploration by means of deep borings
has yielded fragmenta of marble, poly
Or ehrome tiles, protoeorinthian vases
· sad Ivory statutes.
nake Ice cream packed and delivered
Yld to your home from half gallon up
on short notice at Stansbury & Co.
ime, You cannot devote five minutes
ebt. to reading the ads without learning
men- some fact of actual value and im
must portance to you. Test the matter.
SThe hams that js wrlth adwrti.
*Th ineaouh d, dr ,te*d, ~thrug
DRESS UP YOUR FEET
Either with a pair of Edw.i; Clapp Shoes at $6
Lo $7; Walk-Over, $3.50 to $5, or Beacon $3 to $4
T:- sti l rs fr 1 ing, are unusuatll attr,'Ct:i e.
\ :atev.cr \n, select we plc tie ...t.. . t.. se.ice.
Phone 151. D. SILVERMAN.
() , t . 1 't - tl ' tll )l. I I ll.l,
Among Those Coming and Going i
i**~*0* ~ ... ........ ....... ..........****~~~*
the i uRin--. I-it,, r- hi'r thv .iUt.r p. 1 t
,f 1, t wV.t'h.
* lHul'., of N t' lt riai. wa a r', .
b :i 1i- t,,r h , c \\'ri.- thei c~ . r- i
. hirel\\ a , t - ", prin i,'! f ''' hi.ti h fi r,
tc h o ol zit Mý ,al urir 'e , v".a .a t :llI: 1 ' : la lll :n ! \
Sus.il >-, \ iaittr:. Isere Siat r,, .
Frank :'a:unwrs 811n- W. \V '. M'nt.i r.
\%e're :1 1 th , ;i.itr : t\ t 1,.:. i I : "t
.Ii * Pearl t.iry, aftert a I)?ta.mt \I.
,i r .. thl j "`t of '4i-. I xli:
Traihan. l i.t Tu~eu;dav f,,r her hloie it: it
|.tllt"e andl Ct :unl<" Bri n;ari, of i;'a!
NI u ris e, r- \iJ:t.A. lo re "fV :w,.,h h s
hali '.n c. ite in t, I ltil the lhollier
It us.:rI \'Vewltini . \V,.
1.. l . i;l telt l s wa'; u'nli w;ll . ti.h ml:. Il'rl,
lfr.t, i r th::t, atted,-l the Louianr i -,
lanke-rs con\tnti m, lhich wi\rs hrel at and
Pev. E:ther J. .\. Fortier. \ho hal M r:
h lr't here for a littl" o r llarelt.ni two 1e- u
'wt'es, assiatirt"a is t,"1 esrand n.is.,iot, whl
. left Tl:ursyl.lt for lchriervr.lv tea
SIanor F. If.lwlac, of ratv, iwas the
a buiL.ss \i:.rotor hl r te Tnihur.eda'y. (slI tl.i
SMiss l'ar t l :n o ry, afte.r a \.;it la re, )
I n:otor.:d toi her hornte, in Carencro Tlues- al,
day eowntin?, aecoln:panitl by 'Mi.s tint
Lydia Trahan anll Messrs L. J. Jones
and S;t. Ju!.en.
- ,r. and Airs. Ii. L. Terrner were
vi itors to Aler:andiria this wewc , att lind- so
tk inil the Louisi..na Iankers c,,nventio,. sl
e tiMr. Terrier is thse e lkkeeper of thee I.t sl
fBank of Abbeville. ti:
it L. l. i iroussarli, the genial presidient
dof ther lnk of AbSu r ville, ;iss a visitorl
le to Alexadria this weeko I ett, wher e at
edn the, the Louisiana lsti:kers ctures ofvn
I tilen. tri i secretary ol the associ..tin.;. i
a r- l Ma-tinar, a ilert as her s sts o oor fel
lov trip wnsian. Felis R . l ster, and
rr among the visitors here this week, at
i0 tending the Ilollier-Froussard wed<lin::.
Si Frank Summers and Miss Spruill and.
uir. W. Montagle and MIiss Monte Theo- e
fo ai were. Geo. r. Summers motored over tl
de For last Saturday, in her tour- cas
uth t READi j
sr.Ge.- r cd uIlm' r oag tzine ove
ing car, and had as her guests on thei j
trip Mesdames R. J. Webster, Clay te
Summers, E. L. Terrier and E. A. b
ISguir. 'While in Lafayette they were di
entertainel at the Glr do Hotel by Mrf. c
are . . Sue is briul o shions,
*'Fe - ---- :t
F-or S le, Feshort storideas
to i id READomc. More th
S M.cCal Fshios agazine
McCALL'S is a large, artistic,
ule. handsomely iast- ated 130-page
Ud!" hcCALLSy a tMat is addingly
red t the hay ppelct and oeency c
1ati t,300 F,000 women ech rst cop oth.
lfact ,ac issue is brin-ful of fashions,
Snan L ~ .ores f labor- aving and Mooney
owj MCa'I Fashioa, ia each issue.
Do you attach much importance to
a business letter written on poor sta
tionery as you do to one written on a
distinctive and "'classy" letter head
even if the subject matter of one letter
was of much importance as that of
the other? Good printing makes
many a proposition that poor print
ing would wreck!
Phone 248. ! State St.'
?lwinun al l:,auf,:l 'mu in thit.. wiek,
a'uil ,ill -; nd to t.veral i ,- hitre- o: a
Ch: ,.I'iw rch i. ft 'f':r t'r, for l,. "
Ch.rh -. v' r, h,- an: i I:i f.unily wili
r-.i',. tr a whil,
is-. M1:!it.ie l:a bit, of ,,uctl"a-. echo
h1t", l.nt', ' .' i,-, iia!n a op-.t p)l'::ts nt fitil'
ClaT -., 3l. Picket, of Ne"t It ria.
t .. it'ir the N\.tio,.al llicuit C',.
v\,. a bup-iu cs. vi:.itor lh( Thr'ur.,da . ver;
W . ). \ it . K n:i .i of I'ut lon, I1 It1.. q1"t
\ta.1 .rt i i v.t:k in: tlih iniier t of tiec this
3I. . , ',. ra ilr n , :inigrti,.n h :ra . inl;
t\\cAll Siratn, a pt ro,,settmlu riu. god
fartner of near i-C pia , \ia., .onll' t.: I
:.ani lbusimi. s vi.! r:s h:t r. a .t , .ttr
\'' c-t::uth,. C. '. . auditor, of N,.-: wta
l'Pr . I... L. 'Iw ", !r '. M. Nt wtton,
S3,Ii:,.- l'ma line \ ,i a',:I ?,li . Rolbmrt.: !
IYoung left 'or NeCv l:h 'us "Tlhrs'.d:y,
I wher the v ttllnt to attend ti l," stat. me
tealchers con'tin.tio I. which is i ciin: hetl nr
there lhursIday Fritlav :.nI St:turi: of Cl
tl.i- wet k.
'IThe u'n'v fri',,l. of Mrs. Robert
has been so seri' 'us:l ill in tr,
.he will be at home agtin sot::e time. Rc
re A most en jt y-abl picuic was lad by fr
I- some of the youn:i folks of the hi:1h th
1. shool iThurslay, going to the ,ross
it Isle wotls, where all had a jo!ly .oodl -
time. Mrs. J. E. Nettles etas the
at chaperon, and those ip the party were:
or Olga Caldwell, I)aisy Steen, Aona I.cu l.t
Lt- \\'ite, Alma Moss, Helen: Swa:\i. Li:.ai t li
"t-ettles, Fannie iiwi:t;, atl LeRoy ci
White, Robert Nu1lIe, WVilliam Nune.:, .
Victor I'urel, 0. Boudoin a:udl Fratk
- Stri 1-lu. N
as To the Readers of the Times
Miss Attdele J. Piziini, of Crow
ld ley, is in the Times-Democrat
(contest. She will be pleased to
oe have you leave the daily ballots t.
in with Mr. Desire Trahan. i
The birthldav of Mr. Irvin Spencer, of to
-er the Resimnere plantation, wvas fittinlp;.l
ur- cei.ratcd last auiday. Mr. and Mrs. .,
the Jewell Sirmon were the guests, besides
lay the family. A most elaborate dinner had
A. been prepared, and at about 3:30 the
ere tolks were seated at the table. Mr. Spen
[r. cer received congratulations and best
S wishes for many more birthdays, and
that they may all be as happily spent as
this one was.
Drinks and ice cream delivered
to your home by telephoning 203--
Stansbury & Co.
The students who went from the
Abbeville High school to partici
pate in the track mteet at Lafayette
were: Fernand Montagne, Fernand
Lachaussee, Isaac Durlse, Treville
Bourque and Hebert.
20 pounds of granulated sugar
for $1 at J. Immergluck's.
7 A real buying oppcrtunity is
often a transient thing, with restless
4 I wings. Sometimes you must take
Y quick actidn, after reading a spe
cial sale offer,if you would not miss
the opportunity altogether!
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'. rr\. ,1! furth r ] , ni., i t
th - ,It: .
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If \ n lr c! t l+I+ :1" \t',
, . . ot , 1" "f I t .il lo ..f •"
1.-,-- r .i -,.,Ii nn ar, et
r ..al t m t rim:.1 , : *ur
;,: intt r.t , in t!( . ti -* ni ,,v.
SIll IiV t itll t , l l", IrI
,ýiý> \ t t h ; i \It t' r i'< 'til
tI i-' fou il in rent ',t p 'rperts ' T7)
"Richard doesi't inow hist let ter
very well." explained his mother to
the school teachehr. "but hiL's very
qick at learning flo~runs " "\What is
t this. dear?" a.ked the teacher, point
. ing to the letter Il. "Dat,' 'r'pIlied
Richard proudly. "is a 13i jamrm.d to
r- Meaning of Silver otato Ring.
A silver potato ring was amengi the
gifts at a recent pr-ominetnt wed,,i:;i
in Ireland. Thne potato rit'g. It i'i said.
\ u as commonly u.,ed on0 the Iri:th udin
, nor table in the ei:ilteeinth cl ntury i
i,. as a sup;wet for the bhi' wooden bowl
whlch held the piece de rcsista:e ceof
the family dinner-the potato.
t.: Gone the Day cf the Love Epistle.
S Modern Gial--"If you really loved
t,. me all the time, why didi't ':,n l-'t
h mn know?" Modern Youth--'lI
couldn't fad a post card with t'he ri3ht
' words ou It."
Flowers in Gla.s V\ase.
rt Cert-i:i tlo,:rrs such as ruses, :'.'t:o
in trope, m!nignonctte, etc.. .ok best ta
It:: glass, but tl'e iii:r t,- hould be ,'aln3.
h. not cut, nor In any v.:y orrTa'l-t'd. '.
m, Rotes are never Icvt ll1r than when
seen aaainst thin crystal b.ckground.
In using glass, howvever, great care
b must be taen to keep the water
Ib fresh, since If only llghtly discolored
i;:t the perfection of the whole is marred.
t" Stockholders Meeting.
re: Notice iis hereby iven that the reilu- !
,( u l.tr annual :;tockhohlhrrs ieetiuit will it.
sir htilt the of:ice of the , lpatny. in the
tio citve.f A:b eville,l . La.. at 10 o'cloc'l: ita.
I ti.. ' t"he thi day t': May, 1913. I'l c
tjio: of oiccs :a::.l ti:'er xnuttcrI that
ulk : ,1\ .'lt, " uI) oi(r c-tib:!eration.
.1' I'.cI \.'T ,H\V O .1::,A>. I; . I.t a, x R " Co.,
- S"CC!.SSICN NOTICE. •
'7th Judicial District Court. P'arih "f V'entilili(n
3w- l,:,ui',iant. No. ,9i 1r.,..itc i. . ktt.
Vi tr .0i'ur . .Iki Traih:tl. "f the l'.Fi'h cf V'r
t0 3i:lih :. L t:'.. ht' tilet, in this l' in, kite cotl t. a
lo t. tabli'ltu showinig the rights of his rtajSr an,:
Inioir childrc:1. tt~iethtr with h!i l3wtitiot i:-.i
inir f, r its kt' t t" cnt v tinl ,1m I:t kinl:
NOW. thtrefor, tinlhtic m.lt"e iw htr hy give::
O r o to anly .1n .11 .e ,'u. wlih i it de int to1k cel,
.I h'. w-aid tallellul sllituld not te homot ga.'ted.
i rs ki kprl'.-oved ki l miikdel Ii jiludttlllent of this Cutlft.
]les By order of coulrt.
had Ablavile. t.3.. April 1. 1913.
tie ,Ieputy Clerk of C .u:t.
pell- J. O. Brout. l. attorney.
best 1 Il tI m n _l I'tm
its way by servie
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
(Ball Bearing-Long Wearing)
In buying a typewriter you want a satisfactory aswer to three quedtions:
What will it do for mae?
How well Will it do it?
HoW long WiMl it do itp
By answering these queries with the needs of the typewriter owner tad user in
mind, the L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Company has attained the front rank
in the typewriter field.
Some people think that a typewriter is a typewriter and that is a8 aets is to it. m snes may
look alike but there is a lot of difference in cleiciency.
The new Model Five is built not only for straight correspondenao but
for tabulating, billing and in fact for every service needed Ia o
Its ball bearings at all points where friction developel through asju, .
permit close adjustmeit and insure correct and accurate typewi
We would like the opportunity to tell you mere abot it.
Write for free book of our new Model Five.
L C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.
Head Offe or Dsormt ind Freigs Bastess: SYRACUSE, N. Y. U. . A.
Saiss iso e Pris ge Citues
New Orleans Branch, 707 Oravier St.,
New Orleans, La.
1 , ' "a and Fresh I)l-t,, r ;1t !
i: e P,eri les don't t hi,t1.....
Godard's Drug Store
Phone "3. Ata, St.
, r tions carefull > i
- 1,t 1buy until yofi gtt un e i
I1Water Coo rs and
Ice Cream freezers
C. F. GRIMMER.
"C ,!l,>Ic 't io iV I [sIal(, '
SBrooks & Labauve
Office in Moody Building.
e \iy carry yo'Clr old
in(W'()ilcllt, when we (':ýit c,,(l
f lýEt thlle for you
-d For further intforimatu, -
."I"t 1t J. T. Brooks, MIan atcr.
'B()1dIs Rea(l I:testate
l 11 In fiour ycars the
red. Handled 157,000,000 passengers, and not a single
::.ssenger lost his life through a collision or
derailment of its trains.
•idi The sccret is
E 1lectric Block Signal Protection
'hat When yu. travel be sure to select
o.. TI-E SAFE WAY
A, Ask the a-,e'nt of the Southern Pacific.
- By getting us five suhseriptins at
$1.00 each, we will give you a year s
subseription free. Call and see us.
State Street. Phone 248.