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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 June 1920

K,· Should be used after th. withdrawal of the .i water as a GERMI J 4nd PkOP gIA 'r..x 244 TiA following are especially recommended: . KRESO, Pints .5oc Qaits, 85c. Gallon,, $2.25 5 Gl FENOrCCRESOk POWDER, 5 pound package1 5o0 FECTO---The Household Germicide, bottle; 25c. USE "J. I. Tr." FOR MOSQUITOS . VJDALIA DRU C : One., of the most delightful' affairaef recent date was a perch IE partya Oen, on the eve of Misg ii Eola fer'as 4e t rb, by Miss' MollA hiele, Messa es Willie in Beardmdward Schiele and Percy 14 L. +tree. ,The large screened borcl*,i bf the Rotutree home, S, mad#.e.ideal setting for such a -rgb Abbout sIkty 'ptople mate( for ' tables- :mtes en d at five hunded. P I d rose alphias were ban ~n profousion withy stately th fern lamps and Japapese w ligh vve a lpellowgtlos to the ace $ gaetyy. Pt' bottles of sweetest per- . funa as given as a prises ttPe Vi higs Mcores f atapbtte ones we4 ss Pearl Hootsel and Mr. Fe r.io Estopinal. Acut-glass fri bot' perfume was also gi...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 June 1920

t h backaches Feel lame morn bq., tired all day; suffer torturing twirgsm at every move? Oftea the kid S aey are to blame. A cold, strain or overwork Congests the kidneys; poisons aesumlate and mysterious aches and pains result. You may have headaches and dizzy spells., too, with perhaps bladder irregularity. Use Doan's Kid sey Pills. They have helped thou muds. Ask your neighbor! A Mississippi Case S. T. Rodgers, 701 Jackson Ave. Yazoo City. Miss. says : "Some years ago I smt fered considerably with kidney trouble. My back was lame aid I 1 could hardly get around, and mornings I could not straighten up. I could hardly bend over to pick up anything, either. To attend to my wor:c was Impossible. and I gave up. I tried differert medicines but nothing helped me until I bought Dean's Kid ney Fllsl. They entirely cured me of my trouble." Get Dm's at a Sos ,4& a Us DOAN'S ,'a,", OSTER.MILBURN co., BUFFAW.. Y. KING PIN CHEWING The tastiest tobacco you ever tasted. Quickest Way. "How d...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 June 1920

TI OFF CORNS Dene't hurt a bit! Sore cotme Costs few cents! Drop a little it it right ofut with the fingers. II n Costs few cents! Drop a little t Freezone on that touchy corn, Instant- " ly that corn stops hurting, then you d lift it right out with the fingers. Why wait? Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freezone for a few cents, sufficilent to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the v toes, and calluses, without soreuess or I Irritation. Freezone is the much I talked of discovery of the Cincinaut genius.-Adv. No Buried Trouble. "Did you see where r. man eotme whre used a cemetery Lor r making noonshine whisky and got ral.ded?" "In going there bIe certainly ;made a grave mist:ke." FEELING BLUE ALL THE TIME Before Taking Cardui, This Geor gia Lady Suffered Until She Would Have to Sit Down to Do Hdusework-Was Dizzy and Weak. Dalton. Ga.--Mrs V. A. urnett, of S oute 6, says: "1 grt down with my baeck and sides, not able to do my work. I suffered a great dea...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 June 1920

oW i1 It With IA11t4J C How far is Europe from financial and social bapkruptcy ? A summary of facts gathered first hand by Henry P. Davison. ()%W far Is Europe from financial n ardl socil bankruptcy?" Is a question of vital importance to all the world. Herewith is a concrete summary of facts of great value on this question, gathered at first hand by Henry P. Davison. Con cerninllg these facts and the man who gathered them Rowland Thomas in the New York Sunday World makes this statement: At this time Mr. H. P. Davison, Iartlner in the firm of J. P. Mor gana. seemns more thoroughly quaill fled than any other person In Amer lca to express an authoritative U;pIl. on cIn condltionlls In Europe. iie has an extremely keen, clear mind. He Is a tamn of Ae largest affairs, accustomed by many years of business experience to grasp the essen ta; detalls of complex situations. And on top of his tunsual personal qualifications as a trustwor thy o'ºserver and reporter, he has just, through his ,slt...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL ORIT, Pr.priat. OFFJIIAL PAPUe OI TME PARMIF OIP DAOORDTA, TOW! O' VTDALTA SIlOOL ROARD. AND) PIIFT LOWIBFANA LXVE DISTRICT. TWO DOLLXAR FIR A OL XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PALISH, LA.. SATIRDAY JIUNE 19. 1920 If you want to sell your Louisiana Plantation And Moke the Right PHeee nod Termo Edgar w. Whittemore, t. Joseph, La. Can Sell it more quic:kly thazi you can sell it vourself, as the only business he has is Selling Louisiana Plantations ne s a bmsinesa entrurbod hWi promp, cnrefu and peralro~ tta ention has Sa pMospctiu land buyers; has had tensie experiace in land sUling, and is an vr I ral ad..rti.r. If lamated. sma. phao or write hiu You Can Not Do Better Than Buy Ymur Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats GRADY'S 406 Main Stret Natchez Msiasldpp Sa N. 0R3IN STAMPS pespIl AM e A e to Ma I Ode VIDALIA BANK & TRUST Co. Home Bank at Vidsltk, La. Branch Bank at Ferfiddy, La. Appreciates Your Business - ? ," 'iSOVLE COL~LNGE. ;?W o11S hfRIh3T e Wate COLS LA . ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

CONDENSED CLASSICS ROBINSON CRUSOE By DAUI DIFOD Cais 1saa I ..- 8 a sl Daniel Defoe was born in Lon don about 1660. After a life of varied and bril liant activity, he died, a homeless fugitive, in Ropt - makers' Alley. M oor fields, on April 26., 1731. lsla father, a bntche'. educated Daniel for the dis oenting ministry but th'l boy's un remitting energy led him to be a trader. a political Intriguer, and an I n d e fatigable journal Ist He rose to great Intinmacy with Xing William III., and abruptly fell to pillory and prison for bts too per fect satire. "The Shortest Way with Dissenters." From Newgate he launched his remarkable Review, a jcurnal writ ten entirely by himself. Ht advocated an income tax and bigher education for women. Re wrote 260 distinct pamphlets and books, but his master iece. "Robinson Crusoe," was not pub ed until 1719, when the author was nearly 60 years old. This. the first great English novel, has In some re spects never been surpassed. Its im mediate popul...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

THE VALLEY of the GIANTS By PETER B. KYNE Author of "Cappy Ricks" C.pya ht by Pter . K ai NO QUARTER. Synopsils.-Ploneer in the Califor nia redwood region, John Cardigan, at forty-seven. is the leading citizen of Sequoia. owner of mills, ships, and many acres of timber, a wid ,ower after three years of married life, and father of two-year-old Bryce Cardigan. At fourteen Bryce makes the acquaintance of Shirley humner, a visitor at Sequoia, and his junior by a few years. Together they visit the Valley of the Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and his son as the burial place of Bryce's mother, and part with mutual re gret While Bryce is at college John Cardigan meets with heavy business losses and for the first time views the future with uncer tainty. After graduation from col lege, and a trip abt road, Bryce Car digan comes home. On the train he meets Shirley Sumner. on her way to Sequoia to make her home there with her uncle, Colonel Pennlngton. Bryce learns that his father's eye sight ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

The Concordia Sentinel Published Bvery Saturday. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. JUNE 19, 1920 ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE, VIDALIA, LA., AS SECOND CLASP MAIL MATTER. The SENTrNEL is not responsible fo the views ard opinions of correspondents a appearing in its col"nns. - PIPTII DISTRICT LUVEE hOARaD. Regular meeting, sceond Wednesdays In January, April, July and October, at Tallulah. La. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Publisher Il TIMER IS FIR t IRARE Dear Mr Editor:-Let me say that something must be done fori the people in the overflow district, and something worthwhile. These are our own people. They are not foreigners, they are your substantial citizens and taxpayers They are not objects of charity; all they need is help to get on their feet again. During the war, they bought Liberty Bonds and Thrift Stamps and contributed to the Red Cross, Salvation Army and all other drives-and the Lord knows the "drives" were many. The cry was then: "Give 'til it hurts." Now, let us see the Red Cross i...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

KILL ONE FEMALE Fly and you abolish the several million descendants that Wlottld appear during f~h course of summer months. USE e of these agents and assist in ridding the community of the typhoid carrier. Fly Swatters ISY FLY KILTLERS, TANGLEFOOT, EL A'I )'[ R D, S EIBERT'S POISON BEE BRAND INSECT POWDER, I5 and 35 Cent caus VIDALIA DRUG CO. The S. Y. S. expect to have a very Importaut meeting this week in order to disclose the misteries of this order to a new candidate. This adds another very popular young lady to this extremly select circle, to enter which, one must be fascinating, charming and attractive. Mrs. P. L. Rountree will re turn from Minden Sunday. Little miss Dora Beard is spen ding a few days with her mother who is in Natchez under treat ment of physicians. Miss Cecile Ohlsen who has been visiting friendsin Sicily Is land for several days returned home Wednesday. While in Sicily Island Miss Ohlsen was a member of the Wylie-Woodwarl wedding party. Mr. Edgar Perkins of ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

Shake Into Your Shoes Sprinkle In the Foot Beth ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE The Antiseptic, Healing Powder for the Feet, for Tired, Swollen, Tender Feet, Corns, Bunlons, Blisters, Callouses. It freshens the feet and makes walk Ing easy. 1.500,000 pounds of powder for the feet were used by our army and navy during the war. Ask for Allen's Foot-Eas. Sold everywhere. " I l l qlI a l Quick Work. Fat Lady-So you renlly think a massage machlne will reduce my waist. Where can I get onet ? Doctor-I jes' saw a steam roller go down th' street. THOUSANDS AGREE AS TO THIS That Black-Draught Is Excellent for Stomach and Liver Disor ders, Hence Its Great Pop ularity.-Mississippi Plant er's Indorsement. Houston, Miss.-Mr. J. A. Trenor, a well-known planter of this place, re cently related his experience in using Thedford's Black-Draught. I don't believe there Is a better liver medicine made," said Mr. Trenor. "I use it for headache, stomach disorders and torpid liver. "It is not bad to take, does not leave ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

IUhSlbN WARNS CALOMEL USERS frl cury! Attacks the Bones, rates and Makes i~cu~i- You Sick. Tbere's no reason why a person should take sickening. salivating calo mel when a few cents buys a large bot tle of Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable fiquid which will start your liver just as sure ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it is per fectly harmless. Calomel is a danrerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your hones. Take a dose of nasty c:llomel today and you will feel weak. sick and nauseated to morrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone in stead and you will wake up feeling great. No more biliousness. constipa tion, sluggishness, headache, coated tongue or sour stomach. Your drug gist says if you don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts better than horrible ealomel your money is waiting for you. -Adv. Nothing makes a ma...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 June 1920

aunderstanding of wnat r9ey nean, ynshre their - - ---- - - --- safety, encourage their growth. Never has it been more Important for us ;o teach the lesson While it is to be hoped that every good Amer- of liberty through law, of sauriflce for common lean knows the words "Plymouth Rock," and gain, of righteousness for its own sake." "Landing of thPigi the Pgrs" ad h ey should Mr. Luce, in his remarks during debate, brought out this noteworthy olint: mean to all Americans, it is quite likely that "'ne feature of their first year or two here many do not knew Just where Provincetown comes that Is not commonly known would he of especial in. Very briefly the story is this: value to bring to the knowledRe of all the people The Mayflower gailed from -Plymouth, England. of the by om ra e - September 6, 1620, for Virginia. It was driven of the land by tis commemraion. They at north by storms. It then made an attempt to the cry of the hour by so many radncals-commu rma'h the month of the Hudso...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

i·- . _3: _' i:~-_ , STHE bNCORDIA SENTINEL & 1 1msot3 .r1str. OVIDIIOIAL PAA OP T PAIO, A A.i, BAURA =Um Ng LOUJ &BI ZVUI DNO. T XCXXIX VIDALIA, UONU0U IA PARISH~l, LA., SATURtDAY .JUNIF :0. " If you want to sea your Louisiana Plantation And Maie the tight P'Nle and Terms Edgar w. W hittemore, . st. Joseph, La. Can Sell it more quic:kly than you can ell it yourselfb as the only business he h is Selling Louisiana Plantations ie sfals r bmlan. sutru m ed o hIm prompt, camful and perit.mt umntion; has Ia BaUrl land buyers; as had extensive experience in land seilins, and is a uy Mbsral=a Zti r. If interested see, phoas or write hun You Can Not Do Bette Than Buy Your 's i sln.ig Goods and iats DY'S 408 t.c ' hea as3asilpit i' ' I A' atesur .N L& I II_ . . . . _ . . . .. . tI seat saMsm w a -s amO ks- M an auns .A .T MbSS..n " E. i ..` NIa~as :C /~l -~ o LYNCH IEGROES IN DULUTH, MINN. MO4OF 5,000 MEN S~CbRMS POLICE STAVION AND TAKES AWAY gj4 PRISONERS. H04 THEIR OWN COURT...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

SPLE1010 PLAN FOR SMALL HOME Six-Room Brlok and Stucco Has Strong Points. NOT EXPENSIVE TO BUILD This Design Makes Good Home for the Family of Average 81ze- Rooms Conveniently Arranged. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. ar. WUam A. E wagf e oth amnswe GU is R aa i s dprtb tra op SJe t ¢filding. for teretoe tof this ps_. Ltrcount of ms wide experlenoe Editor.Aut and Mnufacturer. bh d. .. ubt the highest authority N al themt subJcts. Address a In qutie to Winle A. iadforE. No. U Prafrie means, 01601o0. IL. and ealy gashes two-emS stamp f repay. Selecting the design for the home you expect to build should be done with deliberation. The Snal decislon should be made only after a study of as many plans as possible, giving due consideration to the amount of money you have to invest and, which Is equal ly Important, the number of person" the home will be required to accom modate. Much of the disappointmeft expert enced by many home builders hba been caused by a hurried selection of the plans. After th...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

Disappointed. "Rthel, didn't I see that young ma; Is the parlor holding your hand law alghttr "Yes, mother." "What was he doing that fort" "I really don't know, mother." "You don't know?" "No, mother; I did think he was go ing to put a ring on my finger, but he didn't." Well Educated. BIxo--There ia a man who has the distlaetlve art of learning two won derful aecompllshments. Duos-What are they, pray? He looks so common. Blzoe-I know be does, but he can press bls pants as perfectly as any talloer and can moke a 15-cent cigar with the manners of a millUomaire. Just at the Limit i Her IHsband-Do you mean to msay, pou're actually going to wear that new seeaing awn? Why, they pinched a vaudeville woman for less than that. Mrs. I Mode-I should think they would. Lees than this would be quite too daring. In Hoek. "I pity the poor pawnbroker, pa." "What forT" "Just think ,of the watches he has to set ack in thise daylight saving busl Mind Readers. Ppstesseo (to students In tack of reem) Can...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

he Cooartr Published BrSe Saturday. VIDALIA, LUISIANA SATURDAY.fJUNE 26, 1920 8NTLRED AT.i RE ,8T OFFICE. JIDALIA, LA., AS SECOND LASP MAIL MATTER. The SnM i is not responsible fo the views sad oion of correspondents appearing in its' coli"ns. PIFrTH DIRTICT LIVEC.R I1)ARD. Re:ular .meeting, sceond Wednesdays In Janusry. APril. July sad October,at Tallulah. L P. L. RO9NT*EE, Mgr. and Publishet .C , ,- . -- . . ... ... . 1E WIl 'ILL. The anti-ha ing bill, modified by the elipiinption of its anti fraternity fere, passed the House Mondayrby an overwhelm Iagvote, and snow an to the Senate, wher e hope it will be Og pomptly , favorably In urging rwhich would put Louidns d i. sitie to hagri& $ttet ea bellledv i , salimn tig aend t6 ah Uties. a desi e I T deomrde which, lds S ies wsl 'N5 amehlE UL-n amtt wil l st t twbe he a9so web - ; ~ 4-3 44~i '4 Sl V r'7r '4~ : PFICEEDIICS POOUCE MHY. The Police Jury of Concordia Parish, La., met in lawful session at rhe Court House in Vidalia,...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

KILL ONE FEMALE SFly and you abolish the several million descendants that wcnld apprar during the course of summer months. USE these agents and assist in ridding the community of the typhoid carrier. Fly Swatters DAISY FLY KILLERS, TANGLEFOOT, EL AI ?[ R7, S EIBERT'S POISON BEE BRAND INSECT POWDER, ir and 35 Cent caus VIDALIA DRUG CO. Social Happenings About the Community. Mr. Sam Cerniglia, who has been attending St. Stanilaus Col lege in Bay St. Louis, Miss., re turned to Vidalia Monday, to spend the summer vacation with his parents. He recently ftpresented his college in the loathern A. A. U. meet, held in New Orleans, and won first place,. a old medal, with the 56 pound weight, and second place a silver emedal, the"a0 yard dash, besides S evermi other high places in other. events. He also drew for four, f.t places at his school, for,  achostic honors. Mr. Philip Hough, Jr., returned I 'uesay night from New Orleans, at' e b e went on business. M r. J. L. Rontree, after hav . g...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

b* " ' . Pasut To Give - P- aat To Tak Theoshbtt u rets are hai moast , f intonsn results by sing this safeagresshiS elreP. MRs IwimaV 'SYRUP 1 . i..' a .ndhii'B 3d.R!.. - A t >.iO I0 CG ifl s W. . tw tr in s omg .s sot. ohm oo -.Co,--- 7 t"Plow! t T ra o -- DIR CO.to. 2I b*O.h.eu on or. Nim-- te We Must Guard Our Girls known to fame a "8tells Vitae;" On the threshold of womanhood Scomesen the risiht thich means health or invalidism. Three gen erations ago an old southern doc tor wrote a prescription for the / ills of women, which has become known to fame as ''Stella Vitm";' has been the right thing at the right tme for thousands of young girls, down to the present S ed An eday. Try it for YOUR dagh ter. Monet y refunded if FIT Opý!d0Ly BO.TLE does not beneat. IlaW. P. -~.tON, a. msA yr dr a--,. r,= ~ý tl hbbete, was i min a eomtadtlmea with meh tIrable tha asd otl wase ra isided a.u sadt BTLLL ARha bees e ....s d. 6dr lt.II r Ss ber. Sei as ia: tlsm sad is h.pl a the ma...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

:R 1ISERYI F BACKACHE Rm d by Lydia . Pikn im'. Vqpble. Compound. Mich.-"Pr six years I la back at time that I could hardly walk. ceetable Com pound was recowm mended to me and it made me good and strong again so that I am abe to do all my work. I highly recommend your medicine and tell everyone I meet what it did forme." -Mrs. G. Scaoon ama, cod ve, Muskegon, Miich. Woman's Precious Gift The one which she should most seal inl guartd is her health, but she often to do so in season until some peculiar to her sex has fastened lself upon her. When so affected woma may rely upon LyIa E. Pink. - m- bam's VetabeCompoDd a remedy tat has been wonder sauccesmfuln aeltaring health to suffering women. If y have the slightest doubt that it E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com - il hel boa. Cort(co en ) ( Mass., for advice. Your letter b opened, read and answered by a L, and held In strict confadence. Sgrin can be worked mechanIcally a'sile is more difficult. ASPIRIN iame "Bayer" on Genuine S yer Tablets ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 June 1920

999 p 0 rr Oin eeo to0, n P dp \ pas July 2, 17t , the resolu tion presentedln behalf of Vir glis by Rch H r LeeI that begins: • MuResolved Seek SThat ts Un td olon are and of right ought to be free and adepend-" HAT states; do withey are ab Fourthbetween the and t ate of Grlt Brtan and dr ta ht to tqtally dlsolved." Ths o ou is the real Det o de te d inat ess ow s the Dclpa. Spte d tw J days t . Of the resado bl ee wo ema o our people for their country and a can usually tion preentedn behalf o Vr-bet of the national pul wa he "ost irn n the history o te city -gnia by Richard Henry Lee that begins: I "Resolved. Thai these Unl ted Colonies are and of right ought to be free and independ ent states; that they are ab soleed fromn all alllegiance to the British crowa. and that allspolitical connection between them and the stat, of Great Britain is and amght to be tqtally dissolved." This of course is the real DIcslratlo of Inde ticsr - 1 the l lolte tiold Jln ier. wrfte ap bratlon of Ind...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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