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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 17 July 1920

RY For Your Favorite Extracts and Toilet Waters OUR STOCK INCLUDES Piver's Floramye Azurea Houbijant's Ideal AN Quelqes Fleurs Day Dream Mavis DierKiss VIDALIA DRUG CO. Social Happenings About the Community. *issee Wyce Kerr and Lucille Odey from Lake St. John were viaors in Vidalia this week. • Della Knight is visiting oher ton, Jessie Knight and family in Vicksburg. i rs.H. B. Conner has as her gute her sister Mrs. Slocumb, of Shelby, Miss. ii Ruth Ohlsen entertained inrlihally at her home, Monday ev,arnpg. Dancing was the real Mr., Ben Chase of ,Gilbert vili ed ia the home of Mr. and, Mrs. K. S. Dixon this week. Mrs. Philip Hough and attrac tive' ittle daughter Catherine, have returned home after several week's visit in North Miss. Sam Cerniglia's many friends are glad to know that he is im preying and hope that he will/be l oon. little Miss Vivian Roberts re aP/ia from Monroe last Monday y'a she was most delightfully ,a tined for several weeks. IlisCgtherine Liverday returned wi...

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. — 17 July 1920

CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria " f rA ~Always *S d"d "" w .Bears the wIe-a Signature of s~ad LrS rr Over SThirty Years CASTORIA c Copy RVIappa. Cny r urTs eup*av. " asw es raas. Ir' A Good Sign that your liver's out of order and your blood's weak and watery, when you wake up with "an awful taste in your mouth" and "about as tired as when you went to bed." Better get busy with Dr. Thaeher's Liver and Blood Syrup. It'll put your liver and bowels in good shape and brace you up all over. Finest kind of a FAMILY TONIC-in use for 68 years. On sale at your drug store. Mr. aud Mrs. J.N.Nelsoe, Carthage, Tex.: "We havs mald Dr. Thaeher's Uv r and Blood Symrp for many yams. It has bees our only doetor whes sik and in a rna-down eoeditio." FMALARIA, Sr. MEDI1CINE CO. HIS (sTTmI, A. SFEVER SLass ii Pe -es Wt HIS SEATS, ALL RIGHT 1U Tbs Ck u l gin.e, Many WUi * ThIek WBl.Ringer Was Mederats i His Demands. ,s eto the sanoyMaco of the _as' ot a sohw is the f...

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. — 17 July 1920

.WASil NGTON IDELIGHlTS o A4J~atical Beans Spilled by Congress WASHINGTON. - The air service people are saying the aeronau tical beans have been spilled. They had thought that the bringing into this country of huge shipments of war Salvaged aircraft would stir congress to action, and on that account the British invasion would he beneficial. The house acted promptly and pass ed a bill originating in the ways and means committee and fathered by Rep resentative John Q. Tilson, of Con necticut, called the "Aeroplane Anti Dumping act." This bill was designed to protect the aircraft manufacturers of this country from a competition which really meant, and still means, a knockout. The dumping into a nervous Fuel Oil Distribution to Be Regulatedl S OME plan for the regulation of the distribution of fuel oil may be resorted to if the present menace of a serious shortage continues. A con ference of representatives of the lead ing refineries and users of fuel oil to work out some joint plan of ...

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. — 17 July 1920

,"~ k ~ 4 . . i ;,, ':n .,;. t °º r . . _"i i .+ r ..i-j "-. tlr1 wx IN. : p -.., ·--·. rah `" v , r :".~ -6 --d C's r "'' flO .r- . Rc G%. :y~si `..:";.> .: ' ",::..::'3>'.">;::. ý:; a. kt bal. T ereket aloaal.ciThere forpool aarso ad oter i roomwhihforuse ooor , ·crs ee anfothrmal m aaaa. oo h u f a committeeroom .~f~~&&n' &ad~n -~?~%Jegeneal nforal aiettlaa rooia acorlmnatee oom By ROBERT H. MOULTON. HROUGHOUT the United States there is a keen and widespread In terest in community buildings, their activities, their accomplished re sults, and their possibilities. Their development is so recent and they are so essentially an outgrowth of rural life and conditions that, until very recently, knowledge of them has been more or less fragmentary. It is estimated that there are now several thousand special build ings serving as community centers yin the rural sectiohs and smaller towns of the country. The amount of money invested in these buildings varies according t...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

THE ONCORDIA SENTINE asualIOU PATIN OF ToU PA O ELOONCOJDJ TOWN OF .LLA -By VII)AI c~0~" DIA P &$Isj, LA. SATUIRDAY OJULY ,24 1x20 . o ou m or ITAs n U lo r e o rD siM. TALK Ml n~ru baggog NO. 27  IN THE LONG RUN" IS a slogan almost as old as I the history of tires. It means "the long run" of Good Faith and Good Will---a mirror ing of the confidence placed in GOODRICH TIRES by users everywhere. PRICE LIST INCLUDES WAR TAX Grey Red 4 Sla Tread Tire Tube Tube 303 Smooth $1800 $3.30 4.10 30x3 Safety 20.05 3.30 4.10 sx3Y3 Safety 24.35 3.90 4.70 31x3% Safety 29.00 5.00 5.65 a2w, Safety 29.45 4.46 5.15 81x4 Safety 84.10 5.30 5.75 82x4 Safety 38.65 6.50 6.15 33x4 Safety 40.50 5.70 6.36 54 4 safety 41.55 U. 6.50 1 FOR SALE BY IDALIA DRUG CO. LIA MOVING PICTURE SHOW a, -- SHOWS- Lat Pictare, Most Interesting iares and Fine Serials, every Y, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS ART M. PHELAN d tchart & Phelan i Hleuting and Sheet Metal Workers Guaranteed. Prompt and Personal Attention p Aob...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

RLO BATTLE LIm3S vidences of War Thick in Vicinity of Ypres. -hell Holea Beginning to Grow Green, but Battered Tanks Are Every where in Evidence on the Scenes of Slaughter. Leaving Zeebrugge the first day's IourleY by motor taktes the visitor CHAP somethling more than a hundred miles, with Ypres as the turning point and The vili every variety of war-stricken lands ted to the nd recovering countryside on the way favored wi Ihere and back. It was a point moot- great heart ed with wearisome frequency in the have this p real days of the place-when it was Poundstont "functioning," as one would have sait as he disp. -and among front-line troops In the on an ad, jallent. whether they would ever care blue eyes to come huck and see that foul place with his gE under a peaceful aspect. Agreed. I'onndstoni there were those at home who might iriendly, g be taken, not without profit to them- tularly ' selves and the world in general, over cian posse the o--' ground under Kemmel, or nagnetismu whe...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

t .e 9 e.a 9 4 .09,H . ;.4 : exprcte.' vessel. CONDENSED crew S"for the CLASSICS '. de ment. P nioking was soot The c4 THE SEA WOLF roe we an d he wake of as " |him and Byh | Despite By AC LOuDO in the fl trict' the victi " Ca ctm,  " ' rhe; r Miss B; .. ...... . smilling; Jack London act of I was bere, with This s the love of adven- h. mus1 tare in hbi veins, age flar at San Flrnasceo. Jan. 12. 1rs. He ally thr started his eduna- The tie at the Una- gfW' veraity of Call termin, but did proud. not slaRh it there, Humi for the strenuous resoluti life was to be hi ad fa aehoeel and all hmonilty were to against be hbl teachers. age all any treage place she fall h I schoolroom. New he warn the Sea the Klemdike; new The at sea before the mast; then he was in eyes Japan and seaI a nlIj a to iBerlng Sea; agasi he was trampin throeagh the Uated states and Canada, learling all storm e geoald of men and their ways; he the mll was oarmnalist and leetarer, war eor- Mlaude roes ndeat in the R...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

The Concordia Sentinel Published Brvery Saturday. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. JULY 24. 1920 INTERED AT THE POST OFFICE, VIDALIA, LA., ASSE3COND CLASS MAIL MATTER. The SENTINEL is not responsible fe the views and opinions. of correspondents appearing in its colmnns. P irTI DITTRICT LEVEYE IOASRD. Regular fmeeting, sceond Wednesdays In January, April, July and October,at Tallulh, La. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Publishet For District Judge To the White Democratic Voters ot the Tenth District: I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the Office of Judge of the Tenth District, composed of the Parishes of Concordia and Tensas. sub ject to the action of our Party in the Primary Election, to be held on Sept. 14th, 1920. I wish to thank the voters of the two Parishes for the support given me in the past; and to say that, if re-elected, I will continue to dis charge the duties of the office to the best of my ability. Your support will be sincerely appreciated. N. M. CALHOUN NOTICE The...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

NOTICE OF TUTOR'S to he paid in cash by the purchnser, and ________________________ SNO h te nf tshe nurchase price to be L te' CONCOIDIA SENTINEL, VIDALIA, LA.-ii m"UAL STATEMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE LEVEE BOARD FO LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT OFFICE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE TALLULAH, LA., JUNE 10, 1920. TO HON. PAUL CAPDEVILLE, STATE AUDITOR, BATON ROUGE, LA. I have the honor to submit the following statement of receipts and disburs Ommencing December 1st, 1919 and en ln June 1st, 1920; in accordance with Act 175 of the General Assembly for the year DETAILED STATEMENT OF DRECEIPTS FROM DECEMBER 1, 1919 TO JUNE 1, PARISH MILL ACREAGE E INT. TOTAL - -i-----------------------------_ $56,933.76 __----$23,546.90--..... $4, ------$159.45---- $ 84,919,53 as _____ 43,205.56-------- 26,104.52-----....---. 2, ----- 148.07------... 71,654.31 East Carroll -_----- ____ ____-_--- 35,504.68 -------- 13,436.77.--.--. 6,7 ----- 78.37_ ------ 55,813.07 Ta-nse- ------------------...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

PROCEEDINGS OF CONCORDIA PARISH SCHOOL BOARD. The Concordia Parish School Board met in regular session in the middle room ofthe Parish Officers Building, in the Town of Vidalia, on the 12th day of July, 1920. Vice-President, H. C. Sevier called the meeting to order and on roll call the following members answered to their names; Messrs. H. F. Gregory, John Dale, J. T. Kerr, H. C. Sevier, Max Rothschild, and C. N. Beard. Absent; Messrs. J. M. Davis and L. F. Broussard. The Vice-President declared a quorum present and the Board ready for business. The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed with. The Superintendent then read the following report for the quarter and for the year ending June 30th, 1920. TO THE HONORABLE' VICE-PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF CON CORDIA PARISH SCHOOL BOARD: I beg to leave to submit the fillowing report for the Quarter and for the Fiscal Year ending June the 30th, 1920. RECEIPTS FOR QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30th, 1920. Balance on hand April 1, 1920.---...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

T For Your Favorite Extracts and Toilet Waters RY OUR STOCK INCLUDES Piver's Floramye Azurea 7oubigant's Ideal ND Quelqes Fleurs Day Dream Mavis Djer Kiss VIDALIA DRUG CO. Social Happenings About the Community. The Sentinel office has jus had a new telephone installed for the purpose of having yo, phone in your personals. Cal for niumber 18, the Sentinel office and tell us of any social or per sonal happenings you may know. We are only too glad to get them only we can't find them out unless u tell us. With the installation of our new typesetting machine, which will arrive in about three weeks, we hope to give our read ere a first-class paper. Mr. K.- S. Dixon is enjoying a visit from his father, Mr. J. M. Dixon, of Lakoose, Fla. He will spend the summer here and *at Gilbert, La., where he has other relatives. Miss Mari Louise Netterville is at home from a most delight ful visit in Newellton. Miss Corrine Boatner has as her attractive week-end guests, Miss Margaret Montgomery, of Nat...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

PE-RU-NA Made Me a Well Man Mr. Louis Young, 1652 Suffered thirty Clifford St., Rochester, N. Y., writes: yea wit "I suffered for thirty years tomac with chronic bowel trouble, stem e ought a bottle of Peruna troub nd .and took it faithfully, and " I hmmora os* of the bowels. begun to feel better. My wife persuaded me to con tinue, and I took it for some time as directed. New I a a Ligou or Tablet For well mea." Perfect Health is Yours If the Blood is Kept Purej Almost Every Human Ailment Is Directly Traceable to Im. purities in the Blood. You should pay particular heed to any indication that your blood supply is becoming sluggish, or that there is a lessening in its strong and vital force. By keeping your blood purified, your system mwre easily wards off disease that Is ever present, waiting to attack wherever there is an opening. A few Siberian Exports Ready. According to u dispatch from Omsk, Slberia. a committee has been formed to prepare energetically for the open ing of naviga...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

FREE FROM PAIN A  . J.-"Before Iwas mar. S at deal with periodi c a pains I had biak anadSo bead aches, and got so weak I could not do ythin. I took Lydia Pinkham's egetable Com sad soon felt r. Now I am married and have two little boys. Be fore the first one came I was weak srvous, d not eat and wuas uy, After I took the Vegetable Com I cloul work and eat. Now I and recommend your meL eMtmy "-Mrs. ANNA SLavA, -, Ith Street, Bayonne, N. J. romen who recover their health, nat ' S · tell others what helped them. write and allow their names and S i r to be published with testi I-any more tell their friends. If you need a medicine for women's •-,- ts, try that well known and remedy Lydia E. Pink tb' Vegetable Comound. Write K Pitdt.mn M .icine Co. (con s or) Iot r th e you need to the ¶ asurNotreatl9n tae wtid. It beltas. tabom s te aka 7 ofttui of louth. a u eltbssa amPlutL 1ram @ ise talslsa* 1-. C Grip, Colds and i-11 CHIL[LIFU, the Malaria germ and igaelates the liver. SS CENTS r...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 24 July 1920

:1A:: Sh errrrr OO" . "h ".""-air""n r htr. . - /at,- more a h 001) from the Antarctic b, airplane freighter! So prophesies Sir Ernest Shackieton. the famous explorer, n t now on his way for the third time to the "Bottom of the World." Points which seam to inme icate that l"' prophet. if nothing smore are these: . The high price of food, especially tial reductio n. , The womld shortage of meat is Increasing, with S reaioB7 no r chance of production catching upt moth h t o wftfenxhau till. _doto_______hll _. ___ni _t __u tot likes and dislikes of the . civil. ted athid for certain kinds of meat dragging the heavy life boats the dog "In t h e Robertson ae l y pyol glcal teams went ahead it o break a pathway. Cole expedition to the ." Sas Vtsatabhe and nourishing as impossible to move the entire party, particularly made a piitnt coeanonly used ato food. so they settled down for a stay on the study of these animals ; roet tht. men into the sea. As the Ice raft erating plant that h Air ...

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. — 31 July 1920

HE CONCORDIA SENTINEL . L. BOPLT , Propriter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA. SLOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT. rWO DOLLARS TRAl VOL XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA.. SA'TUHI)AY JULY ,:;I I. NO. 90 "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 Will---a mirror ing of the confidence placed in GOODRICH TIRES by users everywhere. PRICE LIST INCLUDES WAR TAX Grey Red lsIe Tread Tire Tube Tube 30xS Smooth $18.00 $3.30 ;4.10 30x3 Safety 20.05 3.30 4.10 30x3/2 Safety 24.35 3.90 4.70 3ix3 Safety 29.00 5.00 5.65 82x81/ Safety 29.45 4.48 5.15 $1x4 Safety 34.10 5.30 5.75 32x4 Safety 38.65 6.50 6.15 33x4 Safety 40.50 6.70 6.36 344 Safety 41.56 L.00 660 FOR SALE BY VIDALIA DRUG CO. VIDALIA MOVING PICTURE SHOW - SHOWS The Latest Pictures, Most Interesting Features and Fine Serials, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS B. BUT6HART M. PHELAN SButchart & Phelan Plumbin...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 31 July 1920

FINE HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY Attractive Stucco House Has Eight Good Rooms. IS ECONOMICAL TO BUILD Up-to-Date In Appearance and in In. terior Arrangement, With Am. pie Sleeping Accommo dations. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radord will answer questions and give advice FREE Ole C OST on ah subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper On account of his wide experience a; Editfir. Author and Manufacturer, he Is without doubt, the highest authority on all these sjubject. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford. No. 1t27 Prairie Avenue, Chicago. Ill., and only enilose LWO-cant stamp for reply In this day whenl the tendency of architects is to design homes with few rooms irl to Iplan: those rooms 140 that thely do the I;axiiii;iu of dutiy, the lllan ith a large family does not have so large ia ran of holre bIiitl fllg plhin to selhect froim. Unitil some ten yeat's ago few homes con)taihlini less thhan se('V'i r)olls were designed or lhtilt; now ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 31 July 1920

YALLEY OF THE PETER 3. KYNE Ae47WQ/O OF "CA PPY RIC/5 " COPYRIGHT, Y PETER . YNF ,,, .. K 'I;F ., CHAPTER XIV. -15 The diitograptl wlhich hl:irley hni asked ltryce. to olt;ali for her in Sal 'rancisc. arrtvedl on the regula r plal senger steamnii r on 'I'hslllil y rllll iii and Ilryce c;lled hetr up to ask whlti she deosiri '. it sent over. "(Good morni-ng. Mr. I'ritigan'." shy greeti'd hitn c'heerily. "low (diI yout feel this Iimorn:? ? Any the worse fo, having permiltted yourself to be a hu man h(eim ):18<t night?" "Why. I feel pretty fine. Sh!rlchv. think it did me a lot of good to craw out of my shell last night." "You htel encouraged to go on liv lag. eh?" "Yes." "And tifhting?" "By all Ileitns." "Then something has occurred o late to give you new courage?" "Oh. many things. By the way, Shir ley, you may inform your uncle a breakfast Friday morning about inm: connection with the N. C'. O. In fact I think it would he far better for yot if you made it a point to do so." "Wh...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 31 July 1920

" ~ ~ - - I - I I II I lhe Concordia Sentinel Published Brvey .atuerday. VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. JULY 31. 1920 SNTERED AT THE POST OFFICE ,'IDALIA, LA., AS SECOND CLASP HAIL MATTER. The SENTINELt is not responsible fo the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its col'mnns. PIFT'H fKTrICTLEVEE HoARD. Regular meeting, seend Wednesdays in January. April, July and October,at Tallulah. La. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Publishet For District Judge To the White Democratic Voters ot the Tenth District: I hereby announce my candidacy for re-ele tion to the Office of Judge of the T.~nth District. composed of the Paris les of Concordia and Tensas, sub ject t, the action of our Party in the Prim ry Election, to be held on Sept. 14th, 1920. 1 wish to thank the voters of th two Parishes for the support gven me in the past; and to say that, If re-elected, I will continue to dis char -e the duties of the office to the best .f my ability. Your support will be ai leerely appreciated. N....

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. — 31 July 1920

TRY For Your Favorite Extracts and Toilet Waters 1.... US OUR STOCK INCLUDES Piver's Floramye Azurea .jubixant's Ideal AND Quelqes Fleurs Day Dream Mavis Dler Kiss VIDALIA DRUG CO. SOcial Happenings About the Community. One of the mot delightful! afaire of the season was the fish ing pie-nic party given last week end, at "Blue-Hole," by Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Davidson. in honor of isstiSih Hagle. of. Midland. Michign. A large number of fish werscaught, and a delight fUl fisk.fry furnished dinner for the party. The members of the party were Miss Ulah Hagle, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hagle, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Vance, Mr. Willard 8. Smith, Lillian Vance. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Davidson, Messern McPhate, Hall Lytle, Jones and others. Col. J. T. Rowe. of Natchez, was a businesp visitor to Vidalia Thursday. While here he made a trip down to his place below Vidalia. The fun of the season was had by theB V. D clubon Wednesday evening, when it gave a water, melon party at the Oil and Ice milL The jolly clu...

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. — 31 July 1920

CALOMEL DYING EAST IN SOUTH "Dodscn's Liver Tone" Is Taking the Place of Dangerous. Sickening Drug. Youea bilious, sluggish, constipated and b'lie've you need vile, dangerous Calomel to start your liver and clean your bowels. Here's I;,ison's guarantee! Ask you uiragist for a bottle of Dodson's Liver T'ea and take a spoonful tonight. If It doesn't start your liver and straight em you right up better t '..n calomel and without griping or making you sick I wat you to go back to the store and get your money. Take calornel today and tomorrow ?ea will feel weak and sick and nau seated. mon't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of harmless,. vegetable dsoadn's Liver Tone tonight and wake p feeling great. It's perfectly harm Iea so give it to your children any time. It casn't a.livate so let them eat eaythiag afterwards.-Adv. Threatening Prospect. "low about the watch on the Rhli.*" "Well, if the lihns don't hehave themýelves any better than It looks imr, It is going to be an alarm clock."...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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