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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL 4.,....... OFWI~A lL PATS O T PA. a OO u BDAoI . TOW I 0 IDAl.. uOOOL DOA. ANID FATE LOU.iJIA LIVII DIROT=IC. T WO DOML- Pu T gXXI.X- VIDALIA, UONU)OKDIA PAINIHl, LA.. ATURDAY ,JULY 3, 24 N. 4 If yo want to s yur Louisiana Plantation Ad Maob. M. RIght Peoee &ead Terms od w. Whittemore, st. Joseph, La. Can Sell it more quickly than you can sell it yourself, as ." the only business he has is Selling Louisiana Plantations kdl ad mbm , mimd amM- pn --.,.m. pm'i~ teamtioe s S al baMerI W shad mtov experience is land ellihi and is a vm hye eir intesseted. es phoem or wrle him ._' . "'- . .. a ... . o n . "'. , .. y .. • - 6" CY'I c ot I). Jittw Than Day Year ?o' Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats GRADY'S S•. Main Strut atche z, , simdppl T a a iass sanaaAMns pecial Asteage ý. MaW Ordes VIDALIA BANK & J : i TRUST o. om Sank at VidsTI, La. Brac Bankd at Ferxdda, La. Aprecse- Your Business "R ' '" 'ý S "...y: •e._>.. . r emefse am: ºtestemmtsr seemete...

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. — 3 July 1920

CONDENSED c CLASSICS THE TWO C ADMIRALS ° 01 a S~aIaE IImmIns corom w ib At the o o*B w ms. ; emper ee teosmiod to omee" wer to the asm a of ht is eetry, mi a inwnse tl TLek o Oeww. to ra semv tae em ofes *o day , hbe odawed ihe v-ees bhears - me s omru eaobipne or e Uto. I 't. wase w ** · as t 1eme pvmtwees fe, hwe Me/ te aI t heata tohrum" iriss to Wne t e After ts he rved to the mars toh omehoii elM essIme. mo ,evis td dmae espeeleee to be reMved by Ihmemedo m tphe pises of ins tb pe. hI s sewn heoeet. * sro 3 Tmsb fos in Maoma seso wmle as t wa.~ enda - em ep~ w to a M tm br H ;e, tam rceat be was dutpay Devtee. trs s;h be ae..a .ee Ns aenabittuee er a vaesa carer. 1 - pta be was er , h.weer. 4 I be bpegs to weite. hit drat stves was diu bespd boeM*. Weverthe esl bn ulmesa seen hilm to ter easso e. T so be lbe soeem wot his own lsand tam wet.o ote anlý* . m hea n.U . btn own bneat. gn the opy" appeated yeller be wreet his.m a to pN" that mie ncd tamvest a oure ieoberte tal...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

YALLEY OF THIE GIANTS PETER B. KYNE C .Ao 7~n2 OF 'tMPPY RJCLrC5" COP'RIGHT, o' PETER ..YNE CHAPTER X. -11 A eareful analysis of Shilrler's feel iAgs towa rd Bryce Cardigan immedli ately following the incident In Pen nington's woods, had showed her that; under tmlore propitious cireunmstal'es she might have fallen in love with that tempestuous young man in sheer rec ogLntton of the many lovable and man ly qualities she ead discernwe, In him. As an offset to the credit side of Uryce'sa acountL with her, however. there apjpared certain debits in the consideration of i',u:cfh Shirley always lost her temper an was inmmediately Bite certain she ,athed the unfor tunate man. He had been an honored and (for aught Shirley knew to the contrary) welcome guest in the Pennington home one night, and the following day had assaulted his host, committed great bodily injuries upon the latter's em ) otees for little or no reason save the satisfaction of an abominable temper, made threats of further v...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

Ihe Concordia Sentinel 'ilhliAlt d I;Every Saturday. I;)OALIA, LOL ISIANA SATIZ!)AY. JUI,Y R. 1920 NIEREID Ar TiHl; I',ST OFFI(' /IDALIA, LA., AS .F,A')ND CLAS MAI MATTER. Thew ~Sa-Ti.Fvr, ii not responsib-l fo the v: w! and o,pininnh of correspondents appearing in its cui,,,uns. VFI'l D1Il,TIlCT CI.'r LEE IAIAR)D. Reguair meetiYn,. sceond Wednesdays n .apnuary% April, July and October,st Talllr.h. L-. P. L. ROUNTR FE, Mgr. and Publishet THE SENTINEL TO INSTALL MODERN TYP.SETTING MACEIE Elsewhere in this issue we call your attention to the advertise ment entitled 'The Sentinel Needs Your Help.' This is the first time in its history that the SentinelI has called upon its good sub scribers to lend it helping hand, and we trust it will so meet your approval that you will feel kindly disposed toward us in this matter, and come to our aid. With this Merganthaler Lino type installed in our office, we will be able to get out a real first class paper. Think over tEis little request think...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

KILL ONE FEMALE Fly and you abolish the several million descendants that would 'Fppar during the course of sunmncr months. USE Sortie of these agents and assist in ridding 'the conh;Iunity of ,he tvIhlioid <:rrcitr. Fly Swatters SDAISY FLY KILLERS, TAI.I )FT, -L -K I -), " &,I 'S PIS:)N BEE BRAND INSE!.CT IPO) DER, 15 and .35 Cent cans VIDALIA DRUG CO. wl m.,"i" ",r' r sl -"r".1  ":'tnI~·iYT; 't U,'rrc,1M Social Happenings About the Community. Misses Rebecca Fauntleroy and Evelyn Fleming were guests of W Mrs. John Dale Jr.. for the dance co on Wednesday evening. -- - 3at Misses Louise and Fay Seamon ch of Waterproof were guests of Misses Ruth and Cecile Ohisen on Wednesday. ur Misses Sarah Junkin, Margaret ti( Campbell. Edna Lyle, Catherine Healy were guests of i r. a d Mrs. Eugene Campbell for the (1 dance on Wednesisy. of Mrssers. Ecgene Fleming and Prank Newton of Frogmore were f, guests of Mr. Lessley Dale for vi the dance on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Edward Schiel...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

lBABR. LOVE - -- r-- -- - o - asbadr satJ-t r.mmrs e** pubhs"ed Tang . brl Girls! Girls!! Clear Your Skin With Cuticura SR2Sc. Oifmmet 25 d Sc., Takl 25c. F ICKLES - - An Indecision. "My boy Josh has been readin' a lot o' books about agriculture," said Iarmer Corntrossel. "Then he's going to settle down and help to run the place?" "I d'no yet. rm afraid he's, about eoacladln' that farmin' is pretty hard work except when It's took up as a fiteeary pursuit." vrl--- i ...... VICTIMS RESCUED Idnsy, lvr, bladder and tri acid tmubles are most dangesrous be amus of their insidious attacks. *ead the frat waring they sie Mt thay eed antmon by takiog GOLD N L M, vhe weddi's samrd Vs I.edr sPee s d-ssdsew w Whm. ar- of isc a. s- seel mrne .bod the bod7 -a .br asacbS Thee @lss,@ au draginas e thes a lM.O adi s-v e har Toabart a cold and pr-vt cm soem- aue e N. -. ... - ' j ;_ ý, urti2< 1LIZ ý Z ` b*- di 'Iwg YOU NEVER CAN TAME A WILO-CAT Mr. Dodson Warns Against Use of Treacherous. Dangerou...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

,O WEK TO A D 0 ANYTHING $,i L Fkhwm's Vehinl couldn't do anything I found a book rg." mal h a m's Vegetable green le Compound so will stat it, and after taking we. the It I oon felt bet- mer Taiyr g and last of I have felt wll ever ummer sin3 ezns that I had a ght attc white e[ the taen s oma ago and took wh it M-- me b s mue d rmm- w e Rf! __ _r. lttle o SK 's Vegatabh Comt - ee ep SIdIsfr.U3U.UYWU34ba'r snuggle a tsiettN or brlfdU "But. snalong P. e if have t adthat "Teti S r  roinxt aurlbato their low n stoat of t health to various other reasons. The hroeleeects areAnaemia, the po yellow eknl, eulargeuent of the sple and liver, together witU sft a general low ate of health. tp trying to care the efects. sprind Get rid of the da.as by taking and R Oxdbs. a preparation that do k dives malari out of your blood. It is also an ezoellent tonie, and rin will make your system astong almol enaogh to resist any further "Al eesfremthidreadflmum sayin i eb, Den, Ca swer We ts.T ms. we lk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 July 1920

S.Surre reEu .urt Saves thE Brds -f i...s-..:..:i (ýý ýqp a,? ':"::., ' .. . . . .. . . . .. . . ............ i:A :*i... ... shoot one, that breaks up the pair for the season. "Well. four years after the pigeonholing of 4Shlras' bill, John B. Weeks introduced in the 4 house the same bill with slight modifeationi. By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN Nothing came of it. He introduced It again in UR migratory birds are safe. The 1909, and again in 1911, while at the same time federal migratory bird act of 1918, George P. McLean Introduced a similar bill in the delgmed to carry aout provisions of senate. In the spring of 1912 committee hearings a treaty between this country and on the bill were begun. Canada for the protection of migra- "Both these bills mentioned migratory game tory birdis, has been held constltu- birds only. Now, there are only about 50 game tiaal by the supreme court of the birds," Mr. Pearson said meditatively, puffing his Uaited S tates. pipe, "and there are 1,200 kinds of b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

, .THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL ,. 1. L UNT1 rop~ r. OFFICIAL PAUP I OF TRE PA*RH OF 0NORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA SCHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRWT. TWO DOMLLA L VOL, XXXIX VIDALLA, CONCORI)lA PARIiSH. LA.. SATURDAY JULY 10. 1920. 5 "BEST IN THE LONG RUN" IS a slogan almost as old as 1 the history of tires. It means "the long run" of Good Faith and Good WilI---a mirror ing of the confidence placed in GOODRICH TIRES by users everywhere. PRICE LIST INCLUDES WAR TAX Grey Red Sime Tread TIre Tube Tube 10x3 Smooth $18.00 $3.30 $4.10 30x$ Safety 2005 3.30 4.10 3Sx3S/ Safety 24.35 .90 4.70 81x8% safety 29.00 6.00 5.65 32x8V/ Safety 29.46 4.46 5.15 $1x4 Safety 84.10 5.30 6.75 52x4 Safety 88.65 6.50 6.15 33x4 Safety 40.50 5.70 6.35 $4a4 safety 41.66 00 M.O0 FOR SALE BY VIDALIA DR G CO. A lA MOVING PICTURE SHOW - SHOWS &ei tfen Reurks, Nes I&ertralin Fars aid m Serials, gery t ihart &A Phelan Huagg __, Shat Metal Workers *~k~iraPlpt and Neruqal Attentiwa - ajobs GdAanised Cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

CONDENSED CLASSICS THE PRISONER OF ZENDA .Aatbe* flH.e know. eutside the world of books an S"r Anthonemy Hope Eawkiae, wee bemn isa Lomdo, Ieb. e, 1a8. the me of Ie e lergy ma. He married as Amerleam wemam. It hn to be eoed be may have many mere ebldre. eot the braim to follow Im the feetatep of "The Pr5demer of Seads" and "The DeUy Ms He was ese eated at Marl heborouegh. and at aleol Cellege, Oxford, where he took hes.rs Ia letters mna was uedsdeat of the Osterd Uale., wtIeh mease that be was already a man of meIk Ito hs undergraduate days. By Way ef a preoeeseio he beenme a bar eater of the Middle Temple In lt7T. set if the puare~ t of the law Ilterferea witk the preedetes Of a thrlular tale. my be ever have a ease t prepare. Iih reat beok was The PrleImer a Seada." wheth has probebly re maoesd his best knaews ee. It had SLarge hearing when turmed to the talge, mad the pMaIe demanded a wi ch wh Il a I "supert of Iiitsa." Attee aesdi eiuIckly tol -ii The Deily Dialegaes." which. ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

TE VALLEY of the GIANTS Y PETER . Author of "Cappy Ricks" cop utgs by Peter 3. :,e CrIAPTER XI. -12 When Bryce Cardigan walked down the gangplanK at the steamship dock In San Francisco. the first face he saw among the waiting crowd was Buck Ogilivy's. Ogilvy thrust forth a great speckled paw for Bryce to shake. Bryce ignored it. "Why. don't you remember me?" Ogilrvy demandllled. "I'm Buck Ogilivy." Bryce loktit him fairly in the eye and favored tim with a lightning wink. "I have never heord of you, Mr. Ogilvy. You are mistaking "ue for some one else." "Sorry," Ogilvy murmured. "My mistake. Thought you were Bill Ker rick. who used to be a partner of mine." - Bryce nodded and passed on, hailed a taxicnh,. sd was driven to the S':n Francisco office of his company. Five minutes later the door opened and Buck (Igilvy enteredl. "I was a bit puzzled at the dock. Bryce." he explained as they shook hands. "hbut decided to play safe and then follow you to your office. What's up? Have you kill...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

The Concoria Setid Published rve~ry at atdY. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1980 T sEDR) AT THE POST OFFICE, IDAULA, LA., AS SECOND CLASP MAIL MATTER. The SENTINEL is not responsible of the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its colmnas. FrPPT DISTMICTLEVEE HOAND. Regular meeting, ceond Wednesdays In January, April. July and October, at Tallulah. La. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Publubet Mr. H. B. Conner, member of the State Legislature from Con eardia, returned home Thursday night from Baton Rouge, the Legislature having adjourned for this term. Mr. Conner has done some splendid work in the Legis lature, and the citizens of Con. cordia and the state at large bould be highly appreciative of his splendid efforts toward all progressive legislation. He was highly commended by the New Orleans papers for having saved the State over a half million dol lars on the severance tax issue. If the entire legislature could be made up of intelligeit far-sighted m elike Mr. Conne...

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. — 10 July 1920

KILL ONE FEMALE Fly and you abolish the several million descendants that would appear during the course of summer months. USE Some of these agents and assist in ridding the community of the typhoid carrier. Fly Swatters DAISY FLY KILLERS, TANGLEFOOT, EL AMPIR9, SEIBERT'S POISON SBEE BRAND INSECT POWDER, 15 and 35 Cent caus VIDALIA DRUG CO. I~l InnIS ILITL~ 1rTLE OT ELl • IR3 IEll ET IIION Social Happenings About the Commnity. Mrs. Willie Beard is on the sick list this week. Her numerous friends wish her a rapid recovery. Farr and th Mrs. Dick Wilds of Wildville is taken the guest of Mrs. Eliza Netter- appea ville this week. Mrs. Wilds goes over to Natchet every day to Mrs lend a helping hand to her nep- to reti hew Oliver Stewart who is ill, clhitc suffering from a serious accident daugh whichoccurred while swimming. who Mrs. Homer Smith and son and opera8 Mrs. A. H. Gillespie left this Camp week for Mineral Wells, Texas, and % where Mrs. Gillespie goes in search of health. Mn Mr. D...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

SSure Relief 6 BEu.ANs SHot water '' Sure Relief BE LL-ANS Don't wait unt- you are down on your back with chills and fever. Make your system immune from Ma larial disorder. STOPS CHILLS & FEVER Kills the germs of the dis ease before they get a foot hold in your blood, and tones up the system making you well and strong. Ss1r... Drug C.. Wae. Team. Temporary Truce. Grace-I bear that Charles and Hel en made up their quarrel. Ouasit--O nly temn ornrily. They are gMlng to be marriedi son.-Edinburgn Peotsman. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine E"ayer Tablets of Asprln" Is gem* ;a Aspirin proved safe by mlllons W i prescribed by physiclans for oval t asty years. Accept aely an unhroken .t-~ rcyr kage" which contalns proper '.n to reihtve htedache, Tooth. S0snI ce. Neuralgia. Rtheemat v `.asedl ,aPr. Heady tih lozere~t ate tow cents. Druggists also Iv w "Bayer packages." Aspi-nt -l et Byer YManafaetre Man of Baiy.ll7e .-Ads. The Vote ea-te chief feeturs of the "I ieagine they were the u...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

Mi Pras e U1 -m- im /vs M wugleg rom Iw the aM i Jy and wrutedinrs oemd ed SChari Talor,I. D. No. 14, C., must have tereribleNoe after read big her letter, can contMnu to rr or cstarrhal condition part of the body. He sn itspration to every a nd rerin man or woman anywh Hereit is: " sufered two years with catarrh of the bead stomach and bowels. Tried two -the bet wfrom tho nr7 Am p b ottle s tw~o ve b R Ad mo truth fully, wa s a Gmwel t W hen 1 I advise all subteres to ts ePE.RU-NA." Aos on hnmd, red medy ity I _th medicine, PrE-RU-NA. Thasa ds or, ougs, colds, s odnnd to m bowel tioublerm the onstirst hou 8 Spanish Flo. To keen the blood pure and matntain bodily strength I adris al snes eers, to take Rou can buy any hom in either noth or ing qite the -form'_ H . UUs al o this Eabl time-tid medicine, Pd-RU-NA. Thosrdrle their sols dependene a n It 'iNTac "o"e a cld, tomach cand bowel trouble, constiption, rhse in nd to pret the grip nd Spanish Flu. To kee' theblood pure end mttin ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 July 1920

rt 4+ YY : a "F .. -e: -.i i.svt .741ii,· ~c~t~'~/ .·:.l;-ry-~ c· / · s4 . ·.4 ,~, SLE.9I1S 'T for life of a n,\ew ilition aich is the unique position of Thomlas G. Masaryk of the Czeeho-Slovak re public. EIL canrer Is like a: fairy story---he son of a Slovuk eoa'hmian In an obscurue Moravian town; the (aiatroyer of a mighty nation; the re.kr of a nation resurrected from the dead; the idol of his p'eople; in ternationally known an one of the rrt statesmen of tihe times! Wmrgh'a platc in the affection and conthlmnce of La pse t Is allown by a unique provision In new Eaveituntkio of the republic. The presl asi is elfc for a term of seven years and no e may he r%'h"en for i third term--no one except "fdIMrt amlry-. rhis hi equivalent to an elee Who ~l msy thi unique honor Is not de Mwlr Apparattly Manaryk Is truly the "Father @1 aHi OMIiy" If ever a state or nation was by mn the new republic was made pVll people deem to feel. His reven 006 IiOM wa s rasntly Celebrated as a na .... r g...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 17 July 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL 8Pprfr. OFI3CIAL PAPu OF TB PARIn O OF OOIA. TOWN O TIRmL, SOOL DOArD. AND FTR r Lou& 'N DUETR3T. TWO DOlu.A3S Pi VAL . XxIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY JULY 17, 1920 NO. 26 "BEST IN THE LONG RUN" IS a slogan almost as old as the history of tires. It means "the long run" of Good Faith and Good WiII---a mirror ing of the confidence placed in GOODRICH TIRES by users everywhere. PRICE LIST INCLUDES WAR TAX Grey Red Slu Tread Tire Tube Tube K S meeoth $11.00 $.30 $4.10 hiS, Safety 20.05 .30 4.10 0ai safety 24.35 .o0 4.70 sts Safrety 00 o s5.00 5.65 s-w. saety t5.46 4.46 5.15 114 safety $4.10 5.10 5.75 sa i safety 5s.6 6.50 6.15 sg afety 4.50 6.70 .65 safety 41.65 S 5.S FOR SALE BY " .VIDALIA DRUG CO. S- R.W Seads, every iM. PHEIAN t&i " 'Phelan Sbet Mal Workers -i'n.s C",a rirsri. Specialty Ii.. NATCHr.Z, MISS, .... 8TORE NYA GORSAS DIES AFIER VILLA AGREES TO ILLNESS IN LONDON CEASE FIGHTING FORMER SURGEON GENERAL OP THE UNITED STATEQ ARM...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 17 July 1920

BUNGALOW OF UNUSUALDESIGN Seven-Room Home Has Many Good Features. CONTAINS PLENTY OF ROOM Artiatle Bay Windows and Dormers Make This Design Different From the Ordinary BungalOw -Reeme Well Arranged. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. Willim A. Radfor will aawe _-_.kdu and give advice FREE O' ao al o lectsat e to the Saet of o eaders of this -ar. On account of his de eperec I Editor. Author and a uactur bhe without doubt the highest authorrity Salll these eb adrms all Inanlrac to Watlam A. l No. Iri Pratr· avenue, Chicago, IlL. sad ealy eaooase be-cset stamp for reply. Many home builders object to house designs that are unusual. They say, and usually are correct, that unusual houses are excellent as homes, but are not good investments. If it should be necessary to sell the pos sible buyers are fewer for the reason that an pdd house will not appeal to so many nersons. However, it is possible to give dis tinction to a standard type of house, especially the bungalow. Architects take practicall...

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. — 17 July 1920

- 1 HANDICAPPED. "'Ddn't young Grabcoln go away to *Mdgem last year?" "Tes. He went to Harvard." 'Tine Lr.tltution." "Be it Is, but young Grabcoin car bred along a Japanese valet, a motor er and a bulldog. He may have picked up a few crumbs of knowl edge, but i doubt it." News Item. Pearls have gone up." "What's that?" Inquired his wife. "'te pearl necklace that cost $1,000 eSW years ago now costs $5,000 or IMe." "bhre now, John. You see what maled by not buying me one Sem." Considerate. " hope the movie stars you employ tiy to make your business as pleasant fel as possible?" 'hf, yes," replied the producer, iron JltF. "They seem to have an idea ith the larger the salaries they de mmd the easier it is for me to fgure mt ty Income tax." Strangers. "t that a popular novel you are mdiagr" "SNt with me," replied Mr. Glithers L. "I picked it up because I liked the plture of the heroine on the cover, hat after reading a few chapters I di.. Iared that the author and the artist -a wever ...

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. — 17 July 1920

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Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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