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ABBEVILLE PROGRESS
PUELIFIIED EVERY SATURDAY.
J. '. () Ii:l A \N. -Owner and PaIuhlAlicr.
ADVEETISING RATES.
u.r InI; ., . I,, l.r,, Iper liar lIN e
Oficial Jcurnal of the Vermilicn Parish School Board.
Officia' Jourral of the Corporation of Abbeville.
THE GREAT AMERICAN MILKER.
t 1, 1 Ill. ll1e. I lt 1\~'. ' ,1 l 1 lil cow' ., l l\ ll lI lill'\, I, ' I'll
pthis irt',, sl hf b irty uing lcu n i l nels , l e c enratio n , f CoWS si llh srr,
be bettrl nmilkr,,is.
AIIll tric i ,'S ,l i to l I'. t ile lc'i~ st li ll ,i t ll ltl' i\ ll' t
(tor llr, if it s ot so hi l ll'.11 1\' 11 1 1 ' ', - ,lh
Tif 3IrWlVrly f inn,! th i lst' ov Is, I V. a rt', ha ei. g ll)l' , 's i that wVitli
p I'i', till ' hil ci I 'l' II l ir 1,,t I ii 1ti icr II I g \lr l ·lh anti S I' I'l
for this l'rc 1t s s t ler st  111,d i ( l ,ti sll ,lg ,i enr tiont 110, ws
b tho milkerous.
n the first pi c te, the\ f1naill iner111' eorfhllat i tell- n as1 ?' Tile .
A. Orain cirors, Inc.'', is no r' t oleti rllar plan. It cntoiS th't
(iseek to tlo aay pitllh nyexistifa Ililirketi llg glne onlyl such
Tile gamblin t BoIalrds oifT tha1'( (1ry ar0t ifi the U. S. Grain
if proerlys, Inc., sthcc sel, es, e llfeaturer of cteirs that will(
fore, have launctleas a very sevhere h)ublicity p hroaltand canw -
give still hmre, ilk than their smothterss orin r;o'Ui nat l l',,tiw s. AS
thisn procagainst tile fbreedingrs' coriatio At aeration of cows wil
Nrtionai Grain Dealers in Cincinnalti, a conlmlittee ws ap
be better mwilkers.
Ampointed to t thehis prograntesta campairy couantr $0,000 wasin the
The newspamlers of the c fe,1utry are being floo.ed with
propagand., aguainst the plane of the Amerirn Fatariv Bureau
n dit hih the farers' orn Chiagtion by the Boardwn of Trahede.
S. Grain Growers, Inc.", is no revolutionary plano . It teewas not
seek to do away with anyepisting anarketig agency only such
Vais believed to be a hindrance rather than an aid.ouse
namely, trading in futures, will be eliminated. They, there-eather
fore, have launched a very sev er have publicitady propaganda cam
paign againstter t the weathfarmers' organization. At a me they ncto
National Gurain Dealers in Cincinnt ati, a committee was ap-the
This money is now being spent in printed propoganda by a
syndicate which was set up in Chicago by the Board of Trade.
SACKS
TWINE
COAL
ROUGHADPI DRIAN R BTTERES
urNo Matterf The Weather
A IDioU i Storae Battr v aBOead tablsh
o rttie n Abler th rvAuto Co.r
Stop at car SVICE station and let as show you.
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PILADLPIA, DIAMOND GRI BATTERIES
ADURSd TMENTS MADs AT bM10
AWL PrCUL COIPANY, NEW YRK .
PoEMD
UTNCLE JoINIA
THE MIDDLE-MAN.
g'1'111 111j411l41 1iidii '.. a lt1'14fl fl chapij, whlo evvI err 1" a
' 14144441fiii i;I' 1": 11) 3 1 t) the Sl3tit of 44 lii' cIfe4 EiI o 114r 1 till' f;ii'iel.
I -'1,vt1 ie '.li. 4 111.1 Il' 4114411 '1 lprlioduce a single I ling .11 Ibiut :)4)11
1111 1 il41'ý a1 1111)11\'V kilI. l'i.i. When Reulbllen reas his tuIrvip (feld.'1
lIii 14,4 1 1141:tt (lltº' t4411l Vitiltl. Me 1hau1ls 'nm o'er til'he liuupv
14)114 I. x1114 1 41liiaiii, Ef \\"11:11 they fe'tch 1H)1 load. The iiric' lie
-j+'% is 'I\VaV 14, f4' ilrl-nils 411't riº1'ng iiiiiehi, I\"1)1 kiio
I lie 116 414114.11iiiai gets 44 11 14 liejoli 11i stays there, t44o.--v es
114' 1441. An14 1ll' ht'iiIlt 1 4Iie(' be i 11s to soar, no114) iiuat hoi.I w
4 .11 11111 14 i 1' 411:': 1 ii4111 1uau 1 t4 la 1 11 th turnips 1411Ic, 111111 14 l e1th
1 s114' I. mull "i 411. Tlhe~ j1111Cl"1:1141'I' 11aist feel lit Ieuig;t h. l ilt
r 11111 111:111' 1 4 s:I 14(~11 streithi, .111141 pays a bonus, fifty-1'(ll, fiur
1lIIII P,~ Wls 'I1edl lIIllise-l, 111141 )del. H4' cusses, at.: ('01it51111 4'rS 1ii
t 1 14 1 ?i1ii14r. 114)1 11h4' li1i1lilhe-lilI. I ))uir R leubeii, siiuijll' ii';irteil(
l.141.111141 ilil 1tts til his hoa11rd, &iiil h)uys his wijfe 11114 kills
:I 1'44111.
fr
pt 1. No. 715.. ArCeute \t ir
ee.:m < et al v ,. Mb elil l 11'-rreaux. ante
uot).,Il: li'.oussrd & Muali1n1. uttornes
sIt. 1. No. 71616. Peoples Bunk &
Truc-. tU . . . Al.\hie 11 hert et ;dot, note
'_::.!6: J,ohn Nu gier, attorney.
Sel,t..1. No. 7167. Montague Bros.
Ini'., vs. .\l exatidre Fusulier et al, note
$:lF2.l63; J.loht Nugier, attorney.
Scot. 2. No. 7168. L. Vallee ys.
William ('hoate, inotes, $3;31.00; J. E.
Kibbe, Jr., attoriney.
Sept. '2. No. 7169. Knox Hat Co.
Inc., vs. L.eBlanc, Nunez, Trahan, Inc.,
accounlt cl:aim $412.l0; Broussard &
MIn(son, attorneys.
Sept. 3. No. 7170. Emancipation of
Artheus Brouss:rd; Brorssard & Sam
son, attorneys..
Sept. 3. No. 7171. Geo. F. Dittman
Boot & Shoe Co. vs. O. E. Broe
Sept. 7. o. 7172. Ophelias Mouton
vs. Laodice Mouton, drainage right of
wOay: W. B. (Gordy, attorney.
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qept. 3. Ira H1. Oertling of Abbeville
to Wan.,la Broussard, of Abbeville.
Kept. 8. E. M. (;ui.lry, of Kaplan to
Lillian Rose ('losticux of Kaplan.
SUCCESSION NOTICOE.
tu:,i .4 Louiina. Pa'urish of VN rnil
ii, 17th Juicial lijstriet Court.
No. 79.i.
uBaccessiom of Ejust .eBtlas.
Wle:ea.s, lion .ru Tranha,. resilding in
the IParish of Vermnilioln, St;ate of Lou
ir:ain, has n!e:'r apl,icatin to he ap
poiuited Admnlini.tratrix of t:ue above
Sestate.
Now, therefore, fi!l le'.sonl are hereby
Snotified to file their oppositionl to time
application, if nIni v they have, in writ.
ing with the Clerk of ('ourt, at his of
fire in the Towni of Ahbeville, La.,
within ten days after the first notice
hereof, otherwise the said applicant will
be named and alpontl I as such A4.
ministratrix as re raired by law antl iL
,eI .a.chli;ie with la,.
Witines: my ha: 1 and seal of office,
.his !Mti day of Mie teaelwr, 1921.
CHAS. ('. IRIBLANC,
.eal l ]',eputey lerk of ('ourt.
.1 Ih N nlii-r. attrllt . 2J :;it
Lots of Tractor owners slwnd months
in carefim· y selecting their make ot
tractor-then spend milrates in care
'fully buying inferior oil. Casanova -
Gooch, ageuts.
OCatarral Deafness Cannot IM Cured
by Inea' application, as they cannot
reachl the disease, portion of' the ear.
There is onnl one way to eare eatarrhal
Sleafioess, and that is by a constitutionul
rer.edy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused
h a in iflamned oendition of the mnea-n
I;laing i the Eustathian Tube. When
this tu' e is inaflmed ¢ou haive a I tl
,ling a nd or thpeefect hearing, sad
whrn it is entirly closed, Deafcnes is
the result. Unleas the inflammatlon eat
be rmlauced and this tabse restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
,trovel forever. ManX ases of deat,
eas areI ecoaed by eatar~k5 weh i an:
inlamed corndition of the maecs eear
fanees, taill' Catnrth Mediciae aets
thra the blood on the maeou surface of
the system.
We will give One llundred Dollars far
ay casr e of Catirrhal Deartne that
cannot be ecred by Wall's Uatarhb Mled
icine. Circulalrs free. All drggist., 7e
ad F. 3. CRE'i I & CO., Tolalod, 0.
There are very few desirable tractor
Oils on the market. Atlas Tractor Ott
o of the few. Casanuuova & Gooe,
agents.
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annrdb vm s pa .mws, abs ummms e
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HAS A BIO DINNER
. iho;,h tl' roads were in hai 'on
dlition andI the weather was unfait:i\'al:e,
th diiiiner given lbv the ('hi;milr ,f
('ommperce at Kaplan on Thnrhlay, 'I.
tinlher Nth, was well attendedi, hiao'in,_
the ideep interent which lhas been creat
ieId and the deteynination of the niImi
hIrs to kee!, a good thing goi.ngl. TIhose
presenlt llimbered nbouit 3 andll tlhe
sublljects most discussed weed "(;ood(
Rl,als" ;iad "Dairying'g', hotI( of
wthi'h ire of vital interest to us.
Prof. Staples, head of the dairyv de
Ipartmeut of the State University, andl
Mr. (adwallader, manager oif the Baton
Rouge Creamery, of Baton Rouge, andi
Mlr EIlwards, dairy specialist from Mis
sissippi, gave Interesting and instrtce
tive talks on the subject of creamllleries
and iairyiig all predicting a pronlising
fut'are for Veýilion in these lines.
Mr. 0. H. hotels, of Kaplan, net
eil as tonstmtsa r for the occasion and
no; better coal have been found to fill
this important ition. Hon. E. Elea
;ar, Manyor plan, gave the addresa
of we'eo tle much appreciated
iute Ik were given by the
rL. 0. , President of the
llank ef Ah lie.
J.. iGre -P:esident of the First
il al ! ,,Ba
!Ir,.n Weil, (Chairman of the Finauce
('Conllttee.
A. J. Gold , of Ahberiil!c.
D)r. J. T. hsiire forimet y of the
itnte RBnili Health.
W. 11. le-I , Rilee Planter,
The meeti was loned by at short
talk t,v Ho L. L.Gueydan, President
of the ('ham of Cmnimerce..
The next eeting will be held at
Ernth wi le ti during the latter part
of 8epteml r, the exact date of which
will lie antlnoueed later.
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--(ood Tracru, Oil addls more value to
a tractor a; tr end of a year than the
originlal co..t the Oil. Casanova &
ooctt, ag:iy:,
MaUeM or g509I4,
On S epteal4g 19th we will begin
another seriiagi e the public schools.
It is a plealse to announce that we
,ha:ve s.eurnd a full complement of
teachers and wtee is every opiportunity
for a mare eI.eesful sesion than the
last. We e-,rtnl Five Thousand Four
Hundred w'~ children last session,
which taxel e buildings to their fi.lll·
est capacity, jt great results were ob- I
tained; but bp hope to even surlass
tills eurolltel4.l ng the pI)prtouchuin
setsi:: n,
Let me utr that the ptrolus e'Iter
their child en i the openºing day ,o as
to avoid rt"'ly on the part of the
te'nc.hir ail'l chill in h. gint i,;::
their work is every ihdid entilon
that the sclio wJll be congested and
it may be ne Tiy to refuse the chil
dren who enli
We ask f- r unqualified supplort
,f the se a.,I~ trust that you will
aid us in the: to secure the very
heat in edh". for your child. If
matters d er*e to look right at
school, as a or a citize,. you
have a ri.'-Rt eaister a complaint
and we l:4 'l l" ly appreciate your
intterest in- I 1 ti adjust m,uttcrs
r t~oPrl t ,
Oi  l ext' , f, r lh : t.':. t.
itntitute at lE1 High ia'.i'n.l
and the IEibk Iistll."r lIvirl'l. \'We
, all have twt o On' hint ,reif
"ifty or n. s and 1 t me :nSk
.th:it yen ae. hI te bes' ,f treasl
men:t. It seary for ti to
cnll'oan yogu ltodations anI we
lope that y ld, as voe have
lone hemote, itnthernesa .
Wood for fordsot1
1- 1
Kra hert '
Atto 1
"ON A BICYCLE BUILT FOR TWO"
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S
JURY DRAWING.
"'T,. nIams of tin T'w nty l'er-ons
sel.0 te,- to .1"r ve a" ;il:i11,l .l 'ror., toi
,luiii ;ittenilanice at the llie. Sin of the
17th .udicial District C(ourt, for °Ver
mili,,n P'ari h, Loui-ianna, on M,,ndaly,
the 26th lay of Scelteimber, A. I). 1921,
at 10 o'clock a. il.
No. Name. Word.
_2. It"Ilorhon lhert .
E. Mliers, .lr. .............
4. .Is. A. I.el:lane 1
5. .1. M . Mi. t lc . . . . 7
7. .\,brev P'ullin.. 2
K. Sillon t I.i, ll ,. .
9. RI liu,:.I ILtauni' .1 4
1 . T. .I. Brouºs:lrt
11. ,. (;. Laurents .. ..........14
12. Antoine ('. Mean:x .........9
13. W. W. Montagne ..........3
14. Aliitface Broussard .........2
13. 'l se Bernard ....................
16. Belezaire Broussard ........4
17. J. B. I'naulk ............................5
18. W . It. Sledge ............................6
19. Homer LeBlane ....................9
20. Eno Lacour .........................7
List of names of Petit Jurors, drawn
to serve for the Session of the 17th
J.udiciil District Court for Vermilion
Parish, Louisiana, for week bIeginning
Monday the 240t day of October, 1921:
No. Name. Ward.
1. Aleade Porter .....................9
2. Il G ary ..................................1
3. Pi',rre Bourgeois ....................3
I. . J ma-. ........._te ...,.... I
a. 1''W itre ' L r ............
7. J. ('C. Braneard .................4
8. O. N. Perry .......................... 6
9. Murphy J. Lege .................3
l , \'Vranus Spell ..........................3
11. E, W. St hhlat ........... ..
12. O. M . Johnson ................... .
13. Claud, Bern rd .......... ..
14. Rolert Simon t........... ...1
1.3. Em ile lIutI ........................ . 3
14. Frank L.e14',euf ........... .7
1j. W. . Nil. l ............. ........3
Iil. I'utumua Malni ........... ...
19. Ad:ils E. Itounsaid ..- - .. i
20. O!lie Kllhbe ................... ...... 7
21. Allisoni Sinmon ............... I
.'". Berniard lan es ....................
234. Otto Trahan ................
24, Pl'aul Mergiste 1
'23. Isa e l'err ........ :
2 :. J. A. ll rringtonl ............. :
27. J. S. LeBlune..... .......
I2. Walter Brousarnd .................6
)Uy. I. E. Blrolussard . ...
411. d. W. FIortinisa ...........
ja.ijt of Petit Jarra, drIulw tIo serve
fori tit' H4,.4i, (:of tht1 il7th Judicial
Distrlet Coulrt for V'rrnmilirn Pi'arish,
Loilisianlit, for week l,egitlinttg MowIll4l4,
the 7th layt of N \vemlºer, A. D. 1921,
at 10 o'cloek a. m.
No. Name. Ward.
1. Joseph D. Belanger ................2
2. (G. '. Sledge ..I..... ... . . 6
3. II. T. owell ..................... .......6
4. Elie Brousasard ................
5. Lenin Theall ..........................7
6i. T. B. Delano .. . 2
y. I a'"dl a Tlih'll ................ 7
8. V. vigz:iter Tra:lhut ..........4
9. )ti Hrousd;ir .............2
10. . I. s iro.tarl .. . !9
I1. I.. W . I rlla i r.r I . . ..... .. :
12. .\ thien T. Irousstrd ....... 9
;. W il'i' l .... P u
14. 0. J. Mous . ............. ...1
1. Emr P. anloz ....................1
16. Placi:le Baudoln ..................4...
17. Oscar Bou~lreaux .............3
1. Wallace ('omeaux ...........9
19. Ig:nce Frederik ...... .. ....3
20. Roy LeBlane .................... 1
21. J. Madison I.allande ........3....
22. Rex Primeaux ........ .... ....3
23. Airelie Brous.nr r.........2
24. Howard Hoffpauir .................
26. Alienor Landry ....... ....... 3
2f ()\v', Mii ...... .......... 6
g, J.. C'. Villien ...... ........ 4
20. )ul.VP tPhert ....................... 7
30O. Gtorge M. Greee .......... 9
Whltn.s mly hand and seal of office,
this 6th dlay of September, 1921.
CIHAS. C. LEBLAN('C,
(Seal) ]l'epty Clerk of Court.
Triumph Baptist Church.
Rebeccare Dabbey, the great woman,
whl, lies gtool work, and is sexton of
the', -' trch auid charges nothing for her
work. 8he give. her latr freely, and
buys the sacrament for her church, and
she give6 light for her church, and s e
does this glorious work not for man,
liu f:,r (;,d. Let yonr light so shine
befkore mn, t;hat they may sae thle good
work and' glorify your Fathlor In
Heavesl/. *
The Rough Rice Market
The Short Crop,
Small Carry Over,
Heavy foreign demand
And increased domestic consumption.
All combined create what is known as a "Sel
lers' Market".
Demand exceeds supply and consequently com
petition is !keen.
The farmer who sells this year without giving
every Luyer a chance to bid is doing both himself
aind the buyers an injustice.
It will pay you, under existing conditions, to
" put your crop where you will be in a position to
take advantage of all competition.
The Vermilion Farmers Co-operative Associa
tion Warehouse (Bonded) has been opened to the
public and solicits your warehouse business.
You may expect in your dealing with them:
Prompt Service, Reasonable Charges, Courteous
and Fair Treatment.
They Guarantee Satisfaction.
Vermilion Farmers Co-operative
Association Inc.
"The Farmers Service Station"
ABBEVILLE, LA.
A. Stauffer & Co.
DO YOU NEED A -
Wagon or BEggy
WE HAVE DECIDED TO REDUCE OUR PRICES
ON OUR STOK OF WEBER WAGONS TO $110.00.
ALSO CHOICE OF ANY BUGGY IN STOCK
FOR $87.50.
Better Get Yours Before Stock is Exhausted.
A. Stauffer & Co.
DON'T BE A CHINAMAN! HELP
YOUR HOME AND HOME TOWN
SHE principal reason why the people
of the Pacif.c coast are not strong.
for the Chinaman is that he sends
Y his money somewhere else. lil
spends nothing but what he must in
the community in which he lived,.
and sends the rest over to Chin~.
Consequently he does but little t4
build up and increase the wealth of
the pepful Pacific coast commun*
ities.
You are playing the Chinaman
game when you do not trade at
home. You are helpin; build up
. . Chicago or some other city. Every
. dollar you spend yonder i a posi.
i tive injury to your home and you,
home town.
FINE FOR CHINAI Don't be a Chinamaml
A BIRD IN HAND IS BEITER THAN
TWO BIRDS BY MAIL
-- HEN order a piee ofod bf
rmail. you know nothing about the
quality of the article delivered until
it has been tested by use. Having
been used and found wanting, you
have to go to the trouble of sending
it a long distance back for long-dis.
tance satsfaction, a very rare bird
indeed.
Trade in a home store end yeou
get '4.ality The local merchant
must carry quality or his neighbors
will not trade with him. And if
there has been bad quality acciden.
tally, it s cnmly a step into his store
to show him the eror.
- The merchants of our town have
both quality and price. If you will
Td(YI , only frre out th comrmon sens
oft. i)u wui ,-rnd thrdiat ,t , Ceaptr, i
a Weds at heas ia the lea run, ard tEt rz, ,r u,, too.

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