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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"
Jll l . . I 'r r 1
Railroad Time Table.
J. W . ' I ). I l N:, , I 'rhl,"rl •
]'hn .T...' r r, laqIt. l t" ' ' ! 0 1.. t
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
studying the ads. It is safe to
say that no "fly-by-night" fi
store, offering wholly fictitious "
values, could now fool any c.
great number of people in this
The reade vertisements '
knows that it is safe to deal i,
with a merchant who is reput- ti
able--who stands back of y
every sale smade---who would u
scorn to misrepresent the value "
of an article of merchandise; ,
and thus the education of the
average man and wonan as to
valuas, which comes through a
thoughtful study of the subject
of buying renders compar- F
atively harmless to the reput- a
able merchant this element of ,
About the best thing we
know for the peophe is to get ,
busy at about this time of the
year and begin an early war
o the flies and clean up yard I
and premises, scatter lime t
ad whitewasu fences and out ,
honuse and keep down pesti- t
lence and disease,
Acwding to reports, it
eaem that the health crowd
.which recently visited our
little city, found things to be6
in fairly good shape. They
aspecially asked that we "swat
the Oy." This is the one thing
that should be done, for there
e many respns. Flys have
bam found to originate and
cry many diseases, which
weI4 lhardly be thought d,
a4 todo away with the fly
. will do sway with the danger
daaotrgctlg any of the dis
-as they can spread. Eradi
-, the pests.
C.lss G-i spring has come
pili we mastu ntlet the lies
uinb is it ostiang ya
qar prve 5a ysunsf that
-LHacas s ot the best
b glerties for a tamest?
p Imet of our daily
sp "d'blgl ye. d4aly
eigp gs. geop Bt sat-o
~o'3i e a
)1 )C.'1 IN''I;REST
.\ le. ll,, I te :il. ,o I tli \\'ie ltiliall Cier
\ ,le tf l 11 M1rl ,,o. th , l v.e - i l t h e ' "
t1,,,h bo,,I, . 81H1i1.in, i hCt in; IIg as
h ,i " h ,,| el t1 It i. ,he,. g intlit d,
I, . V; ',',l :111lI i.i ',r'ttt' , ..11t the t oi rk i,
le, eul ,ec,"t .ert1:',t ull, . ei,--,,lolili eI, let
" 1..11' , 11, 1 IF· ;I Frli ll L l| i( I
T1 1 Hiltt h "4 IVgreat Kaueh of lwL
!..11 t e nurii% at the West Side 1':Irk.
IN i : i tel .eieic dile Cub. aunt the
It,1 ,,li eel Iireihtie . Ihis gaul. 1
* fli ' 11 to 1.t far loiter than the1 4
1" " 1!u , .hll i. i.ihsll h a th ta, have h en ,
li, . ig lol ltI of llri .ti t. .
1I iii ti11 1'i unlreii t tit'll all ii t Ie ' RIicl R
a.ilik. nn Stt" I Iteet imans t1 ,Ile lie. fIol,
1e.it Itenel. teiilei itl r li t te ":e iof tilte
.lic t lt it I e I . 'b, 1", tihle wailk, or i(re ,n
ihe .ulea lk t he lledte. .o "i t. t Il k viiit
Stheii .as little in the ' wal ai I.l,.tlel' . ' w' ek.
St tie eI ,ithlier t is hnvte" net thought oif ra
i I '"his s ut. the fh it ofil thie iiwthe'I it'tt
"i 'iw e. hselil' e.a\'t1 r e ilt'.llhiieg tit llh !:; thne it
-i. giving it the :i ,liln tr.lllt elr . .toetl' nrlcl f iT tI,
i luihting 'l'here t is hiig lt eftl ulie tth nl ne,
Iisit til1 tealt towardI the beautiy of the'h J
N .e Ihii gig. ntill the coneliti l.. t Cai lwell theto
lr, rother., arie hI,.'ervina of lraii • for our ,
t , ie tll'. lll 1. I tihl tl ll i I' (
ilt . 111aturi l ( th1 ' of, , l 'ow yet
I 1f 1 . l, hle i, I 1.1. I, i il'tilt 1 it e of lo ing li l Kni
I left a l1 i '. S,, n, , 1.:ll 1 huilg . stickl t,, Ch
II- strike hio m in t!.r .tl(.1. " l .I tinll git. re the
rA lettell r l htIti (l Gt il ul l t aeiti , e ae itl it t. w it to ite
A ill cet1 1 itl." 1 toe 1 e nlee1l1a ".'.e ' t el le altli t " . Mir
'Ile!l d t Iaihe . l Ie It l 0l"lla lt t a ilnpt ar'o" il w oll.
"I The olriellal wits iC r fot.i t I tIe 11. trot
SO . he'.lr 11 , , . ietod by a lt . Ct . A.h re
R. I. Ill.ard, the ,rlwh'r, who ihs Re
h'been conducting tie shop litie l ohth 111.i1i
1 h side of Contord sill. next to tl te Victor preat
, theater, h11 1.sodbh olt toe1,o Siouan, who Sull
will contin "e the Luvii'."., ni, lreonlisec t
a1ll i! ho visit lhi. pllahe a msot cordial who
welloiie. bor. Simion it it .'oung and of th
iopr,,r..iv, lin i ani in well known ltat
O here. lie la:: our bwet wishis for
C. I'. (tritlnuter now has his llW fan and
to sstell in running order, and the place in 61
is isc teo hlie v.ry unieh improvliial. The M1
fans :Lre electrict, lavitn lhis own Rog
ie' .' ilI' l n:noii. I'i re tare two a vi
" fcans ill tit'he salen. There will 1It coute . i l
in the grceery ttore as soon ias it arrives. M
US The i- delay was caused by a mlistake. Mr. Rice
ly 'Grimmer invites his big fat friends to
come and enjoy sitting nnder the fans.
It is about time that something is done 1
itS to have a change in the use of somne of tier,
the sidewalks. There are malny instances Man
al in which boxes, barrels, Ieer kegs, and visit
it- the like are left on the walks, obstruct- M
f ing a clear pastsage. They should not visit
be left there, even if is only for a while.
ild hour or two, or day or two. Let the y
toe walks be clear to the wives and the
children; encourage them to walk by T
se; your place. visil
he A Kni
A jolly party enjoyed a tmost pleasant mot
outing Sunlay week, spending the day
i at Young's Coulee. Tfey fished land
t had a real good fish fry. Those in the litt
party were: Misses Adie anti Fannie
BT- Rwing, and Emma and Lorena llanch
rt- ard, antI little Misses Alma and
Mamde Hawkins, Messrs. Arthur lowing Fog
Of and Luther Blanchard, and Mr. and earl
Mrts. W. M. Blanchal, IMi LftEle Pea
Lyolls and l ena Davidlson. J. I
The many farmers of the dlifferent
'et parts of the parish seem to be very much
he encourragel since the lst few days, as
tile warm weather has put niew life into
a the crop, which hadl been so much de
latrd Ivel Iy the ullumull I;te cool weather.
ile There are still somelt very cool mornlngs
but it is not thought that they are cool
Ut enough to do very much damage. It is
iti- the hIope of all ltat the weather through
the growing neaison will be favorable, Ias
this section is entitled to a good year
Safter havini two lidl ones.
wvd Woman's Clb Moetie.
Ut1 The Woman'sClub met Wedneedy
evenint g with Mrs. Felix J. Samlon, and
the following progrm on ''JullusCaesar"
ley was rendered:
wat Synlopis of act IV and V....................
ing .....................Mis Roberts Young.
Character Sketch of Brutos.................
ee ...........................M rs. J. I. Nettles.
av Reading of Act V, Mrs. Rosa Leguenec.
Was Caesr's Death a Lose or an Ad
vantage to Rome.....
ich ..............Jiss Mii sad Miss Nettles.
Otherm wpresent were: Mrs Mas
Sokotdokl sad MrsO.. J. Gr0d . The
Snest mttneting will be May 21, with Mrs.
gr Ros a Legcnec as hostess. A special
program will be arranged, as it will be
"lconomics Day" of the Woman's Club.
Miss Bo essald is Hosees.
MiLs MaggYle Brosusard ertatried the
tlli As You Like It Club Thursday eveaag
lies at cards. Shet was assisted by her
brother, Mr. Cleomare Broeserd.
lfteenm games of alhdu were plhJed.
Delicious refssesmeats were served. The
ladi~"' Art pre was wo btY Mlss elei
that emug. The tw - anet pr
best . wob Mr. dRuur Lapes. The
lat? vlitors present were Misses Thariot,
ir Mary lrowa, lees sad Cle Palse.
Thoe passe wer: Mises lSadle
_ril, O mmes. TesbeM .
sit.- i aYomg, Mai. Ia ge, Ida
-an, semis steame Yrs. Whel
Youn.g 44. Ti . Mmmay srp
11 s . A, al oe Il a. Fad nnie
l lt Nh ei bw New lehs
-t.. so1 Eabwm mme Sum
DRESS UP YOUR FEET
Either with a pair of Edwin Clapp Shoes at $6
to $7; Walk-Over, $3.50 to $5, or Beacon $3 to $4
The styles f or Spring arc uiuwua;:llly attractive.
Whatever von select we pledge satisfactory service.
Phone 151. D. SILVERMAN.
I 1 i| h att " to 1t nl 11. itt lg i'll
Among Those Coming and Going :
Ist'l' a Inusines' visit ti, New I trh.:ýis.
\ .. ( dIdleii, of lar:ith, was moi.ng thl.
visitors in our citi the early lart uft the
Frak SiiutnIe'rs sil Siimon 14I;laI"
were vi.itrsn teo I ut'avisdn Mtondayl
Mrs. Loutis rl itilni. of Jeamnerette,' is
vi"iting. at the hulnt of Mr. aml Mrs. I'.
J N. 'Prjean, of Mauirice. wans Iti
the many b)uiness visitors that were in
our cit. l: st Saturlda .
4). 1. Ch.m vin w.as it visitor to I,afa
vette. ,ttelsing the initiatilon d1ay of the
Knight. of tt'lunihm s.
Chits. Ieile'er was oone who attended
the Knigihts of Columllblus tmation cer
moinis at lSafayettec laitt Sulnia.
Mirs. Granville Shaw returned Mn'dhy
fromit a vist of several weeks in Jast
eretti, at the home of her son. John It.
Rv. Mr. Nes"sum, of Gtucydan. left
Menmla folr Ils home, after having
preached att the Methodist church here
Samson Chauvin was .aimlog the many
who attended the initiation ceremonies
of the Knights of Columbus at Lafayette
C. D. O' Bryan. of Perry, was among
the business visitors in this city Monday.
and replerts that crops on his place are
in fine condition.
Mrs. E. !. Thompeam, of taton
Rogue, lhft 'rueday for her home, sfter
a visit at the honme of her sister, Mrs.
F. M. iegueniiec.
Mrs. Husebe Ledet and children, of
Rice Cove, were visitors here Thursday,
spending the day at the home of her
sister, Mrs. F. J. ilkuary.
Misses Maude Eldredge. Maude Ter
rier, Iydia Trahan, and 1. l:roussard, of
Maurice, and Mr. A. A. I)ubus, were
I visitors to Carencro last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix J. lDenary were
t visitors to rath Sunday, spending the
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1'. /).
Ilourgeois, who live near there.
T. G. Chauvin was one of the many
visitors from here who attended the
Knights of Columbus initiation core
I monies at Lafayette last Sunday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Dalton and
little baby son, Orian Earl, were visitors
rl---- -. --------- - --
,Bank Stock Lost or Misplaced
I Four certificates representing one share
I each, Nos. 107, 10., 109 and 110, of the
e Peoples Bank & 'trust Co., issued t.
J. E. Nettles. Finder please report t,
this office or to Mr. Nettles.
Lawn Mowers, Hose and
J. A. Summers
by the City Pharmacy
0 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 than that of
the other? Good printing makes
many a proposition that poor print
ing would wreckt
S • . ... .. .
I(, i1 ,ltititr" hLatt nutai, sptndintg tht
lilTordl AImhire, Miss Mthae ItI Ira4ig4.
lt'h. ,ttte ltrotis.a tit 4 i.a ,aahln 14
T'rahtan lwI'r e" monin; the usaryl who
motoredt'(l over to I,,afl ta'tt.. -wheret tlt.v
attendae the initiatioln ttatllollies o tita l
Kniglht otf Clollllutuq.
IFathllr V. 1. 1. I I,nfortAr,. lcur5. J.
1). Ilrousattani, I'. 4). ltron..tarat :sand
T rain iru.s.ird w4-re among tl i m yll' ly
who attalhltaitt tile illiti:ationll of the
Knights f lalCa,luital . ,. wltic.'h %%.l h11. h
S:atmialn ti'alvIi 't' a visitot to
(utadian 41n141 Flor. n- thi. w)'k, h:,ving
as his guests MAl·.t .. Jilml ('llhnVin, ,of
Fl:ranklin. (l. J. C(Iauvin a1 ;inI1 Roakl.
itrotuaward. "t'hcý %.1nt to ee the nttw
town of Flo. rawe.
fJim t'lutntit. of IFranklin, who hIa.s
1twen iitilang lthear for as4.er.el dilaa, left
'Thuars idnv for hias hoent. AMr. (.lha1tuvi
thal the nmisfortltit' of ta.ing his bii;
toall iag a.nI inl the fire hich did sct mnic4hl
dialla-e .at l,4lay4ett' last ,'unday.
Monltague Itros. were law. rd'ed thlle call
Irae t to buill a plxt office inl Fr.ltlklin.
IDew tsrrv picking is in orlder, an11
lmanlly are taking aalivantag," of the ap
loldny orning work ;wa:s ..tarttdl on
the paveme.a'nt of t'he 'hide sitttwalk, or
e.r.alltia, of the Verallla Iotel.
The co.'lltract or the bI4,ling of thel
iclepe. Loan,, iii Ihbrvill lp,: ishl was
awiaraeat to Monatagte IUrn., of thisacity.
It nreetis that the aool weather of late
has in mtany instances delaaecl the fig
crop. (ttherwi:s~ thae crop is very promt
ising anal will be a big one.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.\ntra rw v\'aughan, of Rice Cove, was
o(perated on this week, having her toa
nils removedt . Ir. II. A. iietlre lge lpr
I formed the operation.
There will h14 a mt.eettil of the Con
f"ederate \'terans at tihe court house
today for the purpoleo nlaking arrantge
mentU for attenlditK the big reunion,
I which will tw. hehl in Clhattenoogo,
A fishing party made a trip to 'hell
Islandl last Sundlay, anla report having
h la a goeod tiate and that the fhai were
biting just fine? The larty wall coll
posed of Mr. atd Mrs. P.P. . lourque,
Mr. and J. JK. Lnlah., Mr and Mrs. R.
I J. iallauve, andl Messra. Eraste G(uidlry
Sandl Toni (Guill-au.
, 20 pounds of granulated sugar
for $1 at J. Immergluck's.
its way by service
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
(fllt igtaring Long Wearing)
In buying a typewriter you want a satisfatory answer to three questions:
What Will It do for me?
How well will it do It?
Howe long will it do Lti
By answering these queries with the needs of the typewriter owner and user in
mind, the L. C. Smith & lEros. Typewriter Company has attained the front rank
i the typewriter field.
Some people think that a tvpe,.ritr - t,.pewriter and that is all there is to it. Machines may
look alike but there as a lot of dilfercnce in effTclency.
The new Model Five is built not only for straight dorrespdeac but
for tabulating, billing and in fact for every service needed I *h
Its ball bearings at all points where friction developestbroUSLh don,
permit close adjustmc;.t and insure correct and accurate typewritil.
We would like the opportunity to tell you more aboIt It.
Write for free book of our new Model Five.
L C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.
Head Office for Dormesr a Foritei Buasinus: SYRACUSE, . T, U. A.
Dracies de acl Princpal Cifies
New Orleans Branch, 707 Oravler St.,
New Orleans, la.
lClassified Coluinlli n
1orw ~ste Illicken:aIelltr t.en.t itih.l J.
Wiell & Brn. 1 I
For Sal. - One 4-rntuill 'enthle.. l1t,
with barn, well and cistern. Iot No. '
has ai well. cistern,. etve fruit trees and
imrn 2ht20 feet. 1.-catdI in the c-enter of
Perry. For further particulars apple ;.t
For Sale-Piano hbn ftor uprit'llt pi:'e.o,
good co(nlitilon. Iris- ;2. .:. Al. y :it l
Since you Stlarted(
to read this copy
of the Abbeville
Pr ogress some
body in this city
has decided to
It's the time and sensoln when
the impulse to find better homes
is strong atnd contagious.
A "To Let" gets eager atten
tion. If it seems at all "promis
ing," it is promptly investigated.
If the house, or apartment, a:re
really desirable, the tenant ltho is
likewise will 1x' found.
State at Louianan. Irish of Vermilion. 'leven
tenath Jude icial District Court.
Richard A. Dalton
v," (No. *4.0
Adonis ll*rtrnd et at
ISy irtue of a writ of ieri fcias to me imased.
in the mattrs of the nhNve eniftled asnd number
ed suit. Is. me tirelted. fully autlixiulnr and
enlpjwerihl ws in the premises. I hv' wiretd
snd will prced to ielt. at nabic le atcti. to the
last an h hihest idle. at the principaltl fn
dar ..f the emort htase. in the town of Abbe
vitle. La.. an
Saturday, May 31. 1913,
between the eant hnate prescribed by law. the
follwiie descrihlrd property. toewit:
P;nt: A certa't tamet of land sitiuatel in Ver
mllitia Pariah. L.. enntailine 1.6 as-res. and
derirnated an I.ot(n. S. sa the Partition and Plat
between the widow and heirs of J. it. trrtrmnd
No. 75272. da cevevanrce ro-pd dof Vermilion
Parish. La.. bsnesdesd north by Mrs Aaseli
anllit and pnhlde rad. east MI puliti road.
south hv Lot 7 stnd west by Ietas t0 ndt It.
srcv'snd: An undtivltlel oan-elhth intere"t in
and to a certaln tract at swamp land ill Vermll
lon 1'nrl.h. .an.. "ntninins thirter.e siwls, 7", I'M)
aCmr. having a depth of i acres by such front an
will make the said area the laig lines rsunnisa
north and etlls. bosadedt north by M. sad T.
iatey. or aeilan. esat by estate of Emnile Thi
adeula. or massna. ermth by Hleary eust or
asian's andu west by It. J. Mass.
Third: One certain dwelling house situated ln
the vitllte of ntt. on lut of ema armonasrd
wife of Patrick Toole-. and one tiy hLear. use!
sorl mre. one brows more muele. one brown
huwse mule. one white cow. two spotted crows.
letsed to satisfy a jkudt t is the mm of
g2Ss.On with interest and casts.
Uheri's aSN. ,bbswtelle. La.. this 19th day of
Armac Cask. PFIIX N1Nf7..
Deputy Iheriff Vermsnato Parish
P. II mso a ioray fr platitif. 9
Apt slliteration's arttul phrls as
rts Its Potency I the utterances of
sae to the newly enfranchtsed west
rs women thus: "Petried, pattled,
mpre eol partls poltIs."
ieshele'e slew Meading.
Ihb..-"And how Is your beaoelor
ulend?" tHe-"When I caw him last
be was mendlag very slowly." Ihe
"Imadel I t i wd w he'd bees ill."
Re-"le hasn't bee-he was sewting
f leeh buttes. em his nadrwearl"
01 111111 an 1". 111
You can find no more interesting
subject which to write a -winning
ad them that of your own capabili
ties. Makeyoar Situatlio Wanted
ad explelt, frauk, fuy laformaing.
asst~ animuss-k saad it will
A iI.NKI ACCOUNT in.urtse an I|
tltionll for vour chllilrn, a business
:.itt1 ft, 1'1. ,: bette chance tlhan
'.. I. d..,It their rclwct and love
I.w:.ras vo,, hnve not neglected them.
Mrtke~u Vonal : * tter 'litizenl, for a caautsIt ?
is rich IIIY :a' its Iwrople save.
Start tlat. o(p.i a bank account
Peoples Bank & Trust eo.
I, ias..its Irom 11 up acccptedl.
This is a Want Ad Town
And there are a lot of important
things that cannot, nowadays,
be accomplished at all without
the help of the want ads! -:- -:
For example, your chances to sell, or to lease,
pro,'eIrty at the right price, to the right people, are
multiplied by a hundred %rough an adequate cam
paign of classified advertising. • If the matter is left
to an agent, or broker, he must ndve~tite your prop
osition aggresively---for the simple reason that 99
out of a hundred people who buy or rent property
first read and consider and investigate the ads. The
habit is one of simple prudence, of business Peal.
with them. The unadvertised rolerty never comes
to their notice at all!
So it is in the tasks of finding 6fficient help---jf
securing boarders or tenants for furnished rooms--of
finding desirable positions. In these tasks and quests
the want ad . are the natural service-givers. They
introduce people who have business to transact with
bach other. Elvery hour of every day such people.
Who might never meet otherwise, are brought to
gether, with mutual profit!
Truly, this is a want ad tows! Are you a want
In four years the
Handled 157,000,000 passengers, and not a single
passenger lo his life through a collision or
dcrailment of its train.
The secret is
Electric Block. Signal Protection
When you travel be sure to
THE SIft WAY
Ask the agent .u.th. pacific.
I amll ppar.,d to do all
kiitd.: ,of worl: in tl, tint line.
("iitterilng, Cistenls, Roofing.
Tin a:tnd (Galvanized Shingles.
p1 to date Sanitatry Plumbing.
A. C. E.cudier.
Next to Hwetll' Big Barn.
Phone 237. State St.