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SABBEVILLE PROGRESS
THI HOST TDorOUr Y MaE F !1 VI3ML OI t AH, &iLaj INT rGO_ ____ TXA nOUNEa
A WID3-AWAKR HOMN NUWWAP D3-FQ7LLSHBD -EVEY AERRVILLRF-b T T O __,aS O mB Vr AND THE, Pirrsllu ... VMUIILION. iJEStaIiTION" J ' I A YEAR.
Oti CAL JOURNAL OF VE MILION PARISH SCHOOL BOARD. AEjIEVII. V LIUI PA., SATURDAY NC' 3. VOL.12. .7.
We Told
You So!
It ,X i \ u i kI: 1'. 1 f, r 1 n ck to our alv.r'ti-ini " in
Sli. I . i,; I , I , ( I` r I- kt. I, six \ n,, hs iiI j. ;a i ', , y ,0 \ w ill
r,. I u 1:.r, , r . i., . ,,I " 1 I' \w etr lri ,'." fi',r all 1)ry'
(;..a , 1:. ,i. ' i ,1 t ,.: r ; I ,t k i k 1lr(.i 1in, -. T his lp r,., ie
:I' u G, - ' ' U l', t \.
Our Contribution
l, e,'gntiizii. that 1wh1 i goods were a, lvancing we
foll,)we, I the m:ia rk, t, we n,,w I,1.liev'e that it is nothing
'but right that w- h :111ul, fillow t ltile ImIairket in the ,lecline.
' \V, her,.,r. ha~l ,' cncl u h.I to 1'rIe llark everiV it(lem in our
t(,Cre, ibJaing ,ur lrict' ol \\hat guOlss are worth today.
Your Opportunity
This, then, is a great opportunity for .Man, Woman
anal Clhiil1 to ,iiurc1ha'e what you nc l at lrics vsyu canl
afford to, pay. Itf you tieli a I.alies' Coat Suit, Coat or
1)'Dress, hat or Shos;, indahrwear or Tlop \\ear, Piece
(iGooIs in \\'osl, Silk or Satin sr V,'lvet or Cotton. Or be
it Men's andl Boys' Suits, fIats, Shoes, Overalls, in short
,va,.ry item nienitined or not mentioned, ours is the store
for you to visit.
A Seventy-Five Thousand
Dollar Stock
We carry a stock of Ladies' and Men's wear and
piece goods of all kinds, anything ready for Man, Woman
and Child. It is therefore readily understood that it is
impossible to describe and rice every item separately.
s at ce an
Continues until further notice
OUR TERMS ARE CASH, AS USUAL.
i
If yiu want to do yourself justice, it will be best to
collie to the store in person, as it is impossible to send out
goods with any degree of satisfaction to seller or buyer.
No goods on approval.
J. Weill & Brother
i Visit Our Store. We Sell ftr Cash Only.
i . Opposite Catholio Churoh.
Phone No. 47. Port Street.
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I FOR SALE I
SCOTTON SEED HULLS
1HIGl: GRADE
COTTON SEED MEAL
WHOT ESALE AND RETAIL
BROUSSARD OIL MILL
BR)USSARD, LA.
- "I,'I[NA'., I 1 .! , ". A. .1. (;\- 'Ill .\,
i1 .-ilenit. ~S c. Tre',,s
Stop and Think
Genuine values require no "induacements" or "con
cessions". They effect their own salks.
That's the ,reason ;.'e ae nev'.'r looking aroun,! for
extraorlinary mern,' fl a di0 ri.s.ini ',f our stck. We sell
Itrrceries- nlot t!;ings---. ,,i 1 i d,,llar's itk ,f t!1,1 will i
altlways bring a d,,llar in returt', without tilrw;inL ill an
elephant as an 'indlucen.,t "
We have the gouls- $s, "rial" ge,d- injl tile
customers who buy them. A. yu ,,se if thI
WE GIVE 16 OUNCES TO THE POUND
DUTEL & LAPORTE
Phone ~8 azd 6~. 8tate and Lafayette.
Im*h
Prizes Awarded
at the Fair
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ttt,.tt-.ai",l, tl,ir~l Ipi;rC·
,!,, I!I fr.i l !1: J 7 i: Ir
-t }ttrj
.1 M , ,. i i .
\ raig bull Wrtir RC' F" Hu erl.
i p 1pz. -
I/I'
tir-t I cTizU.
Sow; Joe V 1oic, first prize.
iti
Iturrnl CBhina War: 0. f.irst
Ii ri? pr ir.
G!11 0uit. V. Kt. Joe, firt pri,fi
prize; %1 r9. Jecwll tirmnn, steond ; rize;
Mrs. 0. V. Kiibbe, third 1"r;Le.
R. I. Reds: Mrs. Joe Gouch, first
prize.
Cornish; Bert Hartman, first prize.
Members; Officers
The following is a 11 t of the of ieerw
and members of the Vermni~i l"n ar`":
Pure Bred Live Stuck Asociution.
J. N. Greene, President.
J1. HI. Williamns, Vice I'rc.~i'lnt.
T. It. C'asanova, Iccre":ir·."
J. i'. (Goch, Treasurer.
1 O 0. J1r .u ard, Idi urt;.r.
J. U. Frelerick, dli:ectur.
(, (' ITpv, ltiictor.
ii A.' t' 1' ot. turn
t 1 ^u Ifirtcz.
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.i . N. FIa~ll.
R. .1. Ilnrlilr .
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1'. t lit,.tt SEBVIC
II ~;.i ti V 'i~iv f 1,· Pub~nllic L
U. 3. IVI SRVICIMAER
~'110 il ! .·1I'Cl..l A. M
ctle:.tE, uL~g ; 2v4,n CiIIar~jfllt
t;' ~ ;t~o·r'ma tr'~
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"A LITTLE C LD
SHALL AD THEMI"
,.,:,, I Dt I M -w a ih ll
i.' . i,(~ \ ilht ligh S ,.,,,i.
\i , ili, i . 11,. N a,
: ~, ,tr the ' rty ,,i iy.
1'tT. T . lar ai ira, ..
trim thrugh thrioellh v.,.t
Vx-itll"g the fat s, shltu -:i
hu-.es, anl the agrituiltjiial
,,,. The f owing i ,ira
,:rldl, i. taken 0o1 11 -m t
r,.i, t' (i"t the tri
"'A visit to he l atckiil.
hl rt was of t hter,-.
'Lis lialt s i htrs titro
u iI' l,'4 cattle, e tht a ,
sit,'e, an11 t'\\el .undred hgs
a;n hlu'r. W\e " the ntmire
Jrc.s of killin taring, pack
ilg" aWldl prepar n for shii,
l't. TI'e comI Vy OvW1 s I\x
.. ý4i la i'l:uits, ald. ploys sixty
t ,o thi,ouiiulli p le. Lectures
colcering ,ise and choice
ie oft' li\vestock roved very
valuable The ng of the
ticky cattle at r cent dis
'c, oiit proves t alue of the
tick-free cattle.
After lunch t y visited
a lahrge creIame f nt, where
the ilzakiiig of quantities
of butter was '
This boy, w aveled to
(t'lhicigo and tol with mem
bers of the comr , which op
,'erates sixteen. ts and
si-;llhihters twe our hun
(Iredl cattle a da es home
Sand reports tha company
thinks ticky ' rth20
per cent less th -fee cat
tie. A free ani w'eighs
750 pounds is, worth
as much as a. tickyi
ment on this ! . thinks it
needs no comm The bare
statement of fact is sufficient.
t !..iwtis that beif cattle are
wr,.rh a third more after they
I i've been freed of ticks than
t; ,. were worth before. Stock
ir.cen, think it over.
DON'T DESPISZ OUR
HOME-GROWN PRODUCTS
In hdevising ways and means
to coiihbat old mani C. C. 1.,
h,ousewives should give first!
('4,1si4d:eration to. the use of
hoIeilgrown foods, with which
I.ouisimna is blessed with an
'ilunlance, both in quantity
atiul quality. Some of these!
'4,(,4I.o, s() c;immon with us as
t1, Itb somletimes overlooked,
are considere4l delicacies by
pepl'le living in parts of the
cuntry where such foods can
hot be grown. The sweet po
tito) is in this class.
Ilhre is i\ vegetable of conl
iaraitively high food value andl
waitahility that is grown in
aliblunlance in all parts of Lou
isiana. Modern curing methods
nmake it possible to preserve
the!, sweet potato the year
,ro,,unI. If this vegetable were
'.r',w'll ill s(ollle remote section
(,i the country and its nimany
.xcN(eiht qualities - advertisl
ti us we wo(uld not hesitate to
),ay aIs mush per peck as we
(t', calledl to pay per bushel
I'ere ;at home. Truly, distance
lndis enchantment.
One of the chief virkes of
the sweet potato not commonly
:I!,,reiatced is that it can be
i'eparedl in so many different
wais for the table. Extension
Circulr No, 41, reoently Is
Iue, bv the State University
',t.iun, ,IV1it onl, gives tWe:l
"v-dl, +w(,t potato recipe~,
. . ..ll t'.: way fromn the
S'-f1- inYnj sweet pota4.o tepl'
:' 1 ::,. more' moderrn sw.t
.... m: * ' ; ts arid hisci~t<. i
i .. , of t' is circular may
v·. , -,'in,! frec by 8 ddr.ssrig
E- t'< "n E itbr, University
,'..,;B. BRt:n Rouge, La,
r-,,! ,w' n- for erly spring lit.
'hrf; , i. 1.:e, tbs a s t tlI,
9~tra'~j~. WObO7 aMI usI~'
TP ~''3IV'5 SAL CAR
" 1' iOD TJURING CAR
SURELY Iie I .1 : atiing and
thoney-Ili, u !.,n C... . t.. , 2 t A L", ;r l', t \ el'y there through
out ,t ý or:i ,. . . i a. 1u1 au in class by itself -the
one universal cai. A sa: cc ' pl. .,t,: aud a ubarelr of burdens, on
tne farm and :n ue .. A. ..., tLei 'ld vul nig Car stands
supreme in s1L6 c g'. :4. iatisil og, 1mon:-y nmaking qualities.
That rei:aile, s, itactu. ,, ccoLuviuilical, dcptllda1le "Ford After
Service" which is inuclýi t::e Ford uealer alia tne Ford car twin iuc
tors for prosperity I-, as l. now, universal in its possibilities be
cause wnerev\er you gt ?:e 1 ord dealer is prepared to taKe care of your
wants and neow,.re a,. t:,:y c ,t r p1lpare'd than right in our shops.
We have ryrL. to..u :.i ".,c .,a, of u',,:v--nI;u1g, tume-saving machin
ery, Ford-taughil anca uni.-w_ .corkicllln. and the genlline Ford-made
parts. We want you to ra..-:!tr t:as ,cauase it means that your car
need never be icdL.
We can now gi e you reasonabl, il:rompt deliveries and it is only
fair to us that you should leave 3out ururus vwith as little delay as
possible, if you want as to ue promp. in making delivery you will be
prompt in placing your order.
WOOD MOTOR COMPANY
AUTHiOR:Z D DEALLRS
FORD AND FORDSON SALES AND SERVICE.
Phone No. 56. ABB .VILLE, LA. East of Postoffice.
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School News
BELLE LeBLANC, School E, ittr
The foot ball boys played a ganie of
foot ball Saturday, Nov. 19th. The game
play d gS ae was ever played in
our city. The A. H. 8. boys played ex
;ee.ling well. The three stars of the
game were Wilmer Lyons, Murrcl S m
mers and Naovin Hchexur.yior. T!,e
s.ore was 13-7 in favor of .\l,hvi i .
The score would have been 13-) ii our
l,,ys had not fumble I the b:'il t;::i.: ~
tLaturette to make a touch-down. Til
..tc.ndance of the game was not leaf
whlat it should .lave been.
T- have a foot bll team it ern's
mony. and unlels the citizers of the
* ,n and school stu lents attend t' .-c
_010 5. Moiiy i. oipncally the Aot,
.,r it takes money to have tc:..n- lc. ;
;itJ our city and play foot ball ot any
her athletic event.
The foort bulil team and the -tld'" ,ts
Till be glad to have a lanrge at'tn la Iei;
,t the gaines ljlayel front now on.
The Itom Econ:,tnics g::I; rttert :l
1 the ladlies of the twon ,..:l sei.o.d,
'ee tors at a s.howe Tu[esday Ift'ri''o ,
2,v. -:3rd. The presents given to the
tu were vcry ]prtty an I ji:?tift 1.
vAr!.. prescnt was iundeed very ~ - ful.
he girls of the .Inme Ecu mius +ie
artt,'.it want to thank the i.lie'- f"r
tihe thoroughly aplreciate every ,lre-
,at given.
We were sorry to learlt that litie
L:.Iiat Brou s~sardI, a len c hr if th'
fourth grade, died Monlay, Noe. 2,h.
icr classmates remeblllered hI(.e h
,aking some beautiful floral oftl riz-s.
The A. H. S. 8tnlents are having tl.. ir
Thalnksgivirg holi.l-ys. s,.imoi tv. -
:nissel, Wednesdav ::fterrnn nt* ':
,iviig until .Mol~day  r fll, i I;'
The sixth grade pupilIs ,.nl!r t, I :
L 'arge 'rhanksgiving hlx f" !. r
family of our c.ity, wh ;o.. I: ,. "
TeI". Th' hox t:.- ýgielt on , i,..,.:-
I -ving ,lay, Nov. 25.
ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR
THE LIBERTY MOTOR
Ford, built I.ihrty M,.tr
t'our Army ait ,lani, , ,i Li "
. M .,pI c ltte. th . .. , , ttn , ,'
ront M' it. ,cll ul 1i 1. . I .
i nut, A aska. :,nI r. ' i
.ea gr t'eted o, r \ ".t 1 ,rk r i
',l ti.la of f rt .r.n,. I :- -
crt.'l I it to 11i . i,. .
.;:1:5 in the afu tcrn ,,o n.
Ti' IIAlaska fl" g :p
ma.tvli by "(.al'ta tl t, .
(dertook tihe journey to lmnt,.ta't '
,lurabi!ity of m ern airpl " I :
,trs, and to effect the establiinrlht of
an teris a route to the .t ,rt:... - ,ri
corner of the American ('o::.ti , ;
Asia. Such a route would h ta nil
;rum Alaska to the Statfe in tr
i tIhr days, w.icreas tL I r i t .
of tlitllOlt tioPn ' re:u 's t' t' "
•'Talk about servier," . ;! :'':
"t reet, "Thoe' piTnnes .,d ,,, , - -
u. VWhy, the nn v trn;obl, i,
t4, ,., ' re trip tats coad h . t' . t,
.t 'ith 1. "e nt Ir flowt,, 1' ', .
. , I , t " l ! ,v thr ,"l i, 1.t" 1"-i .
.J a, dti ow, Fail r:,Id 0 ' "
I : n l lt. iat w e K e p t r. . ' r o,
.' 1 n i!cs of giacli.r. we '"
, ,as a wonderful slig t. L::t r
i l .ae been little hopet ir r re 'J;
ad  c craek - 1 i. inll t!,at x' ..:...
: ..cr, it was a rough trip. I ne: er
S-.: fl- through itch weatner ag'' t,
to ae Hmanes btobo it mag;onrceti
I'- :t of battered thlks, f-i::,.
S--,-h after winded flight, tl.' I -
. ' :.ew. E.en the tr
.'d Rid the mououurs In-c. 1a .
tI ' .d just come c:4 tie te:. t' ..
'. We never changed a sair I. :.
°'{Never 4 ylliate a@**4 oA i tae "h
ATLAS TRACTOR OIL
Wlfit is it: Atlas Tractor Oil is made from lean oil sompouaded with
pure and sweet, acidless tallow.
i I Wbý 7ý"
It affords the best protection against destructive frietila.
It does not go to pieces under any condition.
It eliminates costly overhauling and repairs.
It keeps the tractor on the job when needed.
It prevents poor comprcesion; scored cylinders and walls; wasted power
and inpailred eflcieney.
It is crrrcct in bdy.
It doles not lermit of great dilution by the fuel used.
It kecps bearings tight.
It pretvents over-heating.
It keeps earl.on deposits to as absolute minimum.
It ftorstalls engine-knocking.
Are you going to use the best Tractor Oil, or a fair one or a poor brandt
it's up to you.
Rat ATLAS OnL 00., o0eve.as, Ohio.
CASANOVA & GOOCH, Local Dealers.
BROOK TARPAULINS I
FOR SALE OR RENT
WAGON TARPAULINS MADE TO ORDER
Brook Tarpaulin Preparation for Preserving Auto
Tops. Canvas Carriers for Rice Binders.
GEO. A. COMFORT, Agent
Abbeville, Louisiana.
ol> a 1 n `- I41a g a  msue; meaC' assememmm - _  _-
n t1 : ·- 1 L ·. : r : · -
-Il
W~ood Motor Co. for Ford
:'a. s and repairs.
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We Want You
to keep in mind the.
fact that in addition to
printing this news.
paper we do job work
of any kind. When
in need of anything
in this line be sure
To See Us
Some Time
You will be in need of
pinting of some kind.
vVhether it be letter.
heads, statements wed.
ding invitations or
public sale bills, re.
S,.r we can turn
S. , work at the
I :. .;i crt consistent
with good work.
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