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ABBEVI PROGRESS O.
Devoted to the Interests of ill and urrounding Community.
OAbbeville, Vermilion Pabh, La., Saturday, June 28, 1913 I . an Ply p T
John Nugier, go
District Attrney and Attorney at Law. the
Notary in office. re
Minos T. Gordy, no
Attorney at law. an
Phone 14 Office over Bank of Abbecille. all
F. J. Samson, w
Attorney at Law. li.
W. B. White, tr
North of Court House.
R. J. Labauve, d
Attorney at Law.
Notary in office.
AlmUeY at Law.
eary sad Aubstrater in aice.
Kitchell & Bailey,
AttMraeys at law.
Near Court House.
Walter B. Gordy,
Attorney at Law.
Notary ina oee.
Greene & Greene,
r==Ya at Law.
Ntary in odae.
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Keep cool for the next twot
months and bring your friends J
under Grimmer's fans and enjoy T
· a glass abeer.
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Prevent the Mosquitoes.
The hot weather is now with us
and will !ikely stay for some time,
and it is now just the right time to
go over your back yard and see
that there are no cans or other
receptacles holding water where
mosquitoes might breed. We have A
not been free of the mosquito yet,
and by neglecting this duty, will
allow millions to be bred.
Don't allow water to stand any
where on your premises, unless a
little oil is put in it, but it should
be drained. Pour a cup of coal ge
oil in the cistern. These simple he
treatments will practically rid the of
community of mosquitoes.
'ake pity on your neighbors,
and protect your family from the lI
dreaded sickness that the mosqui- '
L toes are raponsibM for.
For the Mouth of June Od. I
Best prime cooking oil at cost.
'. 60c a gallon. Try this pure vege
table fat in place of indigestible
hog lard. At Immerglucks.
ý. Cubs vs. Tilss.
On the Fourth of July there will
be a great game of base ball to be 1
e.. played between the Abbevilke Cubs
-and the Tigers. It is expected
that the game will be a fast one,
and of coarse, according to the
ic. advice which we are receiving,
- there will be no possible chance
for either team to loose as both are
.25c the best and are strong mow and
.Se are bound to win.
A Handful of Punctured Squares De
stroyed in June is worth a bushel of
Squares Destroyed in Late July.
The boll weevil infestation is sands of ti
general all over the State and State.
heavier than since 1910. The degree If the fi
of the infestation varies from first squat
field to field and from parish to fast and ii
are few sq
parish, but is heavy enough to be ae few S
serious in every cotton comunity l that
in the State. done fom
Louisiana has enough cotton Take
planted and growing this year to Take
make 600,000 bales. With a nor- the delt
mal season and a good fight on the Follo
weevil, this crop can be made. It
is up to the farmers to do it. Ac
cept the proved experience of
others and don't risk loosing this
crop. to bb
U The punctured squares should
e be kept picked up for ive or sixl
a weeks or longer according to con
- ditious. In rainy spells, it is
e, absolately essential to continue
ke careful picking up of squares.
, The onlysafe and sure way to
ce make a cotton crop under boll e
re weevil conditions is to tmake a per
ad sistent fight on the weevil. A
faithful fight made oa the weevil New
Swill guarantee a good crop with t of
good weather or the next six chop,
weeks; and with a wet July, a fair meal,
crop can be made. Bpt, if no- lb
fort is made to keep down the
weevil infestation now, a rainy B
July means dister to the cotton At
The weevil fight is simple .and the
iueq : Mset d, the cotton AMbe
" .: .v erlr ag ilete: "mt°
The ght from now on must be
-re mtsd on the putd J. A
squares. Tb e successful, this . .
m.st be comm ed when the ot- The d
tor begis to square. Every field L. 0.
that has weevil sumild be goeeod
oyer carefully oce a week, andVi
every punctured squae pik
on tbm~d . eavi istea divi
spt a eho~l bw e marked and cked doc
e twine a week. Tewa tk b
light hinges em this poist: To tl
keep ts abort lived over wtlud
tweev bn crnin ,g a brood. Try
to kge evWry pact edt squre
efro hathing a yoang weevil. t. I
arMe who have failed have in- gae
,o, sitated the igjt po late. tu
I.i mted of foetia the weevil rfa
..s ba - ,.. su M fed beted a
the shbw s 4doubt by t a bi
rt . -- Si s e a - td -e.
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sands of the bst farmers in the many of ti
State. up the ins
If the fight is started when the over some
first squares ate punctured, it is had just r
fast and inex insive work as there you may 1
are few squar to pick up. The 4th.
labor that hoe the crop can keep While
the squates pld up if this isband bo
done hfd teiart there are
Take tha& to the Abbeville re agora
Live Stock & jed Co. and make i
the delitetried Saturday only.
Followidt dte the prizes offered: the nea
irst: $25.0. At the
Sehatd: $13.00. ourque
Third: $14o. m
Foarth: Ts year subscription A ng
to Abbeville drft th
Fifth: Two subscription to for the
Abbevlle 'ediath. pwfre Wl
Sixth: FIfty prise $1.00 each. At an
e lass jars i which to place the
weeavils ad pactured fros may band, a
be obtained frk of cost at the store
Uof L. & M. play.
The contesr which prizes are
A offered Coses * 1.*1
New Cwfeesd, a scientific mix- We a
ture of cotom seed hulls, he corn crops o
i chops, wheat bhn ad cotton seed are pro
air n. ]Rich m producer. 100 anless
ef lb. sack for $1.55.At Immergluck's ses in
iay 3. ImibL Elss . was at
At the last asual meeting of d
ad the DaonkhObi ' f thoin d oft Wie
I rg, W. . Hnter, r. L.a t
be aSokloaki, Pratk A. Godchanx.
ire Jos. A. Vlien,. Ophelims b q.
ths O. A. 1roined, Albert S . of t
ot- The direeters orqinalmdby e nt
eld L. O. rommsard, presidest; F. A. re
Ge odcbie and Ophelies .Jourque,
and vice presidents; O. A. Brosaisrd,
up cashier. The usual semi weekl
dividenm eight per cst a
cd decared et of the eiraiesm md
hoe the balaepled to the credit of c
Toth rpu~ rd.
Try strS ti s 0 .
pe Tr e Tlges, who went over to the
savil. St. Martissave na day to play a
Sin- gaeme of baae ball witthebrl oa
Iate. team of that pace. The pa a
wee fine. sad wall'aed, bin twe ho
-p 1 b06los mal t se.. Ther as A
*____ a big crowd 6a0 weIuo d the
the Am trfltuen tutae whi they r
,Uars useetwet at d imth b -h o the St. pgg
, Hae. Leeo bores. d pJt
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New Band Plays Inspec
for First Time by
The band music which was A party
heard Tuesday night was only the Alexander,
sttrins from the new band which Payne, chi
was organized a short time ago. partment c
The organization of the band was servation c
the result of the efforts of the Arthur, c
Abbeville Progress. Housley,
At the meeting Tuesday night Arthur W
many of the old band boys took Democrat
up the instruments and practiced last Wedu
over some of the new music which They wn
Ihad just received---and by the way, tour of the
Syou may hear it in public on July tries, visit
e 4th. Terre why
2 While there are enough old shrimp pl
band boys to play a few tunes, bay, then
there are about a dozen boys who inspectini
are going to learn, and it goes rapin indi
without saying that Abbeville will Jr., throt
. be able to boast of a good band in on to Me
Sthe near fatre. met and i
At the business meeting Paul the fresh
Bourque was elected the business the prese
manager of the band. dustry,
A committee was appointed to thereof, i
draft the constitution and by-laws Island to
for the band; alse to to find a suitable reserve,
placewhere practice an be had, and the
At an early date there will e coming
play put on for the benefit of the
sy bad, sad as orchestra has been por ti
gotten up to furnish music for the and pi
play. eals, cd
ix- We are glad to note that the qnein
on crops of this imediate vicinity s of
eedare promising so for, and thatt
100 unless some unfavorable weather
k's sets in, a big crop is predicted
Severia Gaspard, of this plae
was a bsine w visitor to the paisl
of seat last ,Plriday.
Willie Berard, of Abbeville,
was in our midst, on special bi
Felix Broussard, ot Mamrice was
a business visitor to LeRoy lt
Vaiers. Esmr and Over Hebert,
of this pla wet er to Ab
A. bevdi~ el t Satud ay business. m s
Camile Hebert was a busiaeas
Svisitor to Milta one day blt
WIAy aW~Yra is bns a e
it of cotta e tinte Msotern prt of
Aeorditng to reports tber dif
Sfaet pas ea the bold weevi bm
already wme their appeaerae in
or athe cttm o M of thlis vieaity.
y a It is claimed by somethat this is
emm ath earliar thus b at yer.
er ws jN. feis was a blmSines
Shoars viter to the parish seat Meaday.
oa lrM e i em daye, lU't ..
k w Al Mee warh md oy
Sthei -, -a s toAbvili iast
as St. pIMy.
Sprie..,;r .;. ... ... e
-e s ' usatithus a T
n ". tsola ...or Ur.......
' lin L ofm ... --
h te - ?he ws
by the Officials
A party composed of M. L.
Alexander, president; Frank T.
Payne, chief surveyor, and E. A.
Tulian, chief of the fisheries de
partment of the Louisiana con
servation commission; Stanley C.
Arthur, of the Item; Guy J.
Housley, of the Picayune and
Arthur W. Van Pelt of the Times- -
Democrat, came in on the boat
"Daisy" having left New Orleans
They were making an inspection a
tour of the game and fish indus
y tries, visiting many points, coming
through Harvey canal into Bayou
Terre where they inspected the
shrimp platforms in Bayou Terre
" bay, thence to Grand Isle, and
o inspecting the diamond back Ter
m rapin industry of John Ludwig,
ill Jr., through Fort Levinston parish
in on to Morgan City, where they
met and interviewed the leaders of
at the fresh water fish men, regarding
a the present laws of the fish in
dustry, and the improvement
to thereof, thence along to Avery's
w Island to the E. A. McIlhenny
ble reserve, also to the state reserve
and the Russel Sage reserve, then
a coming dhere.
en For the canning of figs, peaches
the and pickles: White Crown Jar
Seals, clean and sanitary, fits any
Mamas jar, at Immerglucks.
the Enjoy yourself by playing cro
t quet in the evening hours. Nice
n sets of croquet are sold at Dalton's
hat at moderate prices.
* BUYS A
Bay from yoear home
man and save money and 1
" The Piano Man.
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ng When you buy a set ring you wisk
to know that the stones cannot
nt be lost.
F's W. W. W. rings are insured against
loss of the stone. If a stone cones out
it is replaced by the maker absolutely
ve free and no questions asked.
men Prices $2 up.
See our window display.
ham Vriion Jswer y Ce.
a J. A. LeBlanc, Mgr.
ny HERE at the start od yar
Stop trip-f, e solhb, Is.
puasmpinLg, or inspecti of sout hig
cr- that acts saspiciously--ad yonr qp
ic l wl be made with lns aukiety.
lU's Vermduion m ra, A. A. Duhas .P
J. K. LAMBE
wm ill make ya sn.
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