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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 September 1920

. Tirt fm Extracts and Tet Waters oURa STOCK INCLUDES piver s Floramye Azurea oubilgant's Ideal AND Quelqes Fleurs Day Dream .Mavis Djer Kiss VIDALIA DRUG CO. ýocial HappeningB About the ommut Mrs. Julia Schober, of St. Fran cisville, and Miss Carrie Schwartz, of Natches, Miss., were guests of Mis r A Mollye Schiele Sunday and Monday. theire Mr. and Mrs. Percy L. Rountree which re spending the week-end at Glen- home dk plantation, with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jas. M. Davis. ne Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson, and Rev. interesting little son. T. M .Jr., of Chnrc Rifte Point Plantation, in the upper Oni 1 , of the parish, were visitors in the f the hone of Mrs. Della Knight, Fri- the p dress: .tion Miss eas Davis, of Gel'dalelbounq pIadtbtoa, in the lower part of the and I perish, pasbd thru Vidali' Thursday ' Th ,e to Shelby , where shre she ted i ill visit relatives for several weeks t.eal Re Mr. Pdsz Jeos, of Mangham ame the c "'Ag eM to be present at the wedding ing a Iat lio Ji Vanele Va n ...

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. — 4 September 1920

/EWED AN OPERATIIE rTaU i E PL IL SMNON-ME seem~d ~dot I I woald baw tooic~· I I in a 's Ia b a a d " i oal doom is r a - but I plot batomthms d do V--7 airollr lploaor[ *waim iIIU wUI ýý Aa ~ dýI tos A CWS& lop aaa o (-IM vs n\ i~aaioort- ·r;--)yr- I leases js MW 1 fatira BAUM 'A; I ý1 4~ WASITINGTON SIDELIGHTS Rush of Bachelors to Europe for Wives , RFfiNo'J. --Amoe· only na v lion ur whch men outnumlmr omren. now Is supplytag husbands for women of Europe, where there are not enough males to go around, r ports to the Immlgration hreau In dieate. Approxlmatey 848,000 person, most ly men, usiled from the United Statu In the year ended - with June, aceord lag to reports to Commismsoner Geo eral C(anetL t of the imigration bue reau. Uncle Sam "Co~ts Noses" of His Seals T annual censu a the meals. now beiag taken by the bureau of fisherles, s expected to show sbout 00,000 at the animals, or three tuies as many as when the government uo dertoek the custody of them a half score yea...

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. — 4 September 1920

Tired Out? >e = b d with a dei u ttaiatiI Los y tilts our arp t r it Do-' mso. si rsa, throws hee drram~ as t upe s lod w up that tired' 'alis comtat S but .tarnireult. Use -- vIl. Do"'I bhe ~ ~ They should help adgbbaor Mr.. J. Dalton. llath alt. Co an rd I . with backache .o that I could ecaro. Wºhbond I was more and ase s ad trd £sady. I bad airy *u5; 41meV bead scbs assttnd cld n a ' k tia Dona I PMllhs cd dgu of Ana M cer n-SS a r ' \N'S U1()LVI sº 31l CO. UIPMA N.T. 16799 .DIED l * .ara.. ,w -a· LY GOWLI ..d a * akad m. ~ad - daPow~ Knights of Columbus Attend Pontifical Mass Delegates to the supreme conveotlio of the Knights of Columbus trum every state iu the Uilou. frosu ilexzin. Canada, the Philippines, Porto Rico and Cuba, attended the solemn pontlfical Omass at Lt Patrick's esthedraL New York, by which the members of the convention dedicated themselves anew to the pledges of the order. The phoo aMph ahows Fourth Degree color guards entering the eathedraL Ships Guided...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 September 1920

!/ 3POMNIN A WOENTI-ETq To THU S AIT.lITrUTION OF LOUISIMAA. 1 -SPtd at the Regular lessioe of the Lrisletuse ot 20-ro Be Voted On at the Congress voul Eeietleo Held .,ov. . 192O. ACT NO. 51. House Bill No. 9--By Mr. Sylveat. JOINT RESOLUTION. RUtlSg an amnendment to the Con Stitution of the State of Loulsisna requiring tihe police jury of ekch rlab of the State and the Orleans rtih School Board, respectively, to levy and collect annually a tax for Schbool purposes therein; regulating 5shool districts in certain respects; limiting the rate of special taxation for school maintenance; empowering the Orleans Parish School Board to aeme notes,. bonds, or other evidences @f debt for the purpose of purchasing gIronds, constructing, or repairing uildings for school purposes in the City of New Orleans. and for the pay meat of principal and interest there Of to levy and dedicate for a period ot years portions of the authorized tas; and repealing the amendment to the Constitution proposed ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

TIE CONCORDIA SENTINEL .--VIDALIA, (ONsORDIA PArJ LsAUR sEPEBr , VOL xIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY SEPEMBER 11, 1920 NO. 34 If 7u. wantst esel yet - Louisiana Plantation And M.e the fs Pi M e an Terms E w. Whittemore, St Joph, t. Can Son it more quickly than you can eUll it yourselft a the .only business he has is Selling Louisiana Plantations a - d .iSdm am"m m m aCd mw i mi pmlhMt imi hW r uMwshed br he I d em i met eWertee as lead se.s ad b a m eu Asedl dsnaUr. Y Ik t esd m. s ,mr . ewrte ws. You Can Not De atbtr Bay Ye ms's FvA pds a -- GRADY'S 406 Mla Sws 5ah MISidp S ea aI STAmeP ep. Am.e... . meu ors n VIDALIA BANK & TRUST CO. Brs Bank at VdtuI, Lae Swea ck Bank at Fersid y,. 10 : Your   Business 11 ZP 41 --~ .· : ~t i- Q kZ s .t--V ·rr; ···; * ..-1' MEN I SUNKEN SUB. OVER FORTY HOURS AMATEUR WIRELESS OPERATOR PICKED UP THE DISTRESS CALL FOR AID. VESSELS RUSHED TO RESCUE Submarine -56 Submerged in 28 Fa thoms of Water-Air Pumped to Men by Ships Standin...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

URMllnIS S IDEAL HOME That Is Adapted to Either City or Country. 1TTRACTIVE IN APPEARANCE Re m O. On.4Mry Ho se Is Ai . a y a ip Lgo a t n 4.aber Scthee Aadnreas all t ' The least samber of rooms that witl ,forta aeeNommodate the faidly; venlent arrangement of these $. and anso attractive exterior ap runce are the three prime ~qul es for the amea home. Beemuse are all &Nand In tLe bungalow of home, they are extremely pop with pteLt4ay home bullders. uIoagatws erti ags4e In astaerulal. t lest the eane did. In the mid and easters btes begalows were fr mawy yeirs before the suno known-4hqe et e called cottages. bMgalows have a dstlanetlve about thie and ase a great deal sattrare In epteror aplear. and their lrterior arrangement sekb more convenient than the eat a. t the past g onseatoes. the Inereased coast of every nctres bcianghs, whether tbeq bit0 'or epted., the hbeme-bllsr ·-~ · ` -It Ilk· h T z " ·I·'ZFU ' I. a . ? 4 dingd and the .. rtstle fost porch al combine to giv...

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. — 11 September 1920

the ACT NO. _1. oe e House Bin Nq f!-By Hr. Syve- i JOINT RMsOLUTION. thes o I npeoln an enadient to the COn- n atltutlon of the State of tao015-la requiring the police jury of ch p parish of the tate an the Orleanso t Parish School Board, respectively. to levy and collect annually a tax for Lie School purposes therein; reguating t school dlstricts In certain respects; timiting the rate of special taxation for school laintenlance; enpowerin the Orleans Parshb Ikhool hoard to A I e oteo, a nd. or other evldence* t debt for the purpose of purchasinfl round.o constructin. ot r ijiing acidlngs for kchoel purposes in the ity of New Orleans. and for the pay- Ho S bent of principal and interest there o. to levy and dedicat for ar period P Sof years portlons of the authorited tax- and repealingl the amendment to the Constltutlon proposed by Act 218 of 1911 of the General Assembly of the Strte ole ouisiana and adopted. Section 1. Be It resolved by the Gen 451 Assembly o f the State of Lout...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

P. I h--·Cr SidslCI PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I1, 1i20 Entefld at the Po~t Oftfice, Vidalia, La., as Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. "--,J' w ... -". q--^d Wt4ese days in Jaunary, April 'and Octo ber, at Tallulab, Louisiana P. L ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. SANDERS THE WINNER IN SEN-. ATORIAL RACE In the Times-Picayune of the 8th Inst is an article headed: "Sanders Seems to Lead Strongly in Senator ial Race. This article contained some very strong reasons why Sanders should win and a number of others why he would -win. PFirst Why he should win as against Mr. Bromssard, is that la a committee meeting in the third Con gremional district, a motion was made, seconded by Mr. Broussard, and carried, strongly opposing Wood row Wilson in his second term for' President, and tendering their un qualified support to Charles Evans Hughes, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

WE 1I A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES INCLUDING N"" TABLETS WAX CRAYONS PENCILS PEN HOLDERS PENS INKS ERASERS SCHOOL BAGS AS SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STATE DEPOSITORY, THEY WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY- NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE Vidalia -Drug Co. Social Happenings About the Community. Mrs. Della Knight returned home with her sister, Mrs. Dunn, to Bas- ni' kin, La., where she will visit for sev- mi eral days. th Mr. Sam Cern'i rta left Wednesday anF for Bay St. Louis, where he will at- ,r tend St. Stanislaus College this ses- w4 ason. te of The friends of Mr 1n"d * -, Deal are lorry to hear of the illnesst of their little daughter, and hope she v" w eon recover. t ---- Bi Mr. F. D. Parnell, of the Pink Boll i Worn Work of the State, spent two be days with Parish Agent Seab inspec ting cotton in Concordia. No signs .i d V bo weims were found. d4 Mr. M. ou ll Sweet Potato Spec Wilt of L. & U. spent Monday with or Panish Agent, visiting parties in M eujdl inatrest...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

STmmessee Lady, aui Wi at Hand. ad dmsehima seer we emael Mrs ha nhabs, this (Chs bes etr. cap.: "I had wrosady tres Mm ti I eadM't reat, esudaWt asp,. amU was serve a ad aweoed a gnat del at pae Imsl hiMd, limbs aM lere. I wead pet - thb plate where I emsul't sme wthout a great eseet. •ar pmars I had ameowl atr 1a.s ad it i alrnape hIw a wowsm Wll act s omM aeiug whoa the be •-- i theo wedM Is right at heal -bat we r l lt snm# the pals was weass, . S i w gnest. I heew I andt fs aI I A tMl a id a otlm sa C rilp -m we asst tee It O e botte hilped i. tat a ae.rs at Crdel, realse W 10 befit I t d p sad ~lt Ms a bow wown. $MA I reinmMMid Cra t? Yesl d- i djadl, for it Is a Godssed to Mrbg womes. I hpes whim tal -br with tresims emmes to wa-oe Aater gi se seppl CaIp"t # CmhMt Ca lo mr tiday-Ady. -rait ear s a MOTHERI ·p dt PlgaF " irs Best Laautve tkc rr w -~~t ~Y.W.;- r ~v ···r·I "~~" ~ s P~ WASITIINGUN 31DELIGHTS 1I Payne Will Push Reclamation Projects S0 WASHINGTON.-It Is the b...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

TOLD BY DOOSON Tum Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe or Salivate Yourself to Start Liver. TeY're blious. slugglsh. constlpatd. feel hbedachy. yoer stomach may b "your breath bad, your skin ed ou believe you need vile, ealomel to start liver and esee's mNy guaratee l Ask your drug gist for a bottle of Dodson's Liver Thoe and take a spoonful tongllht. If it dsoen't start your liver sad straighten yes right up bhtter than calomel and without griplnlg or maknlog you sick I want you to go back to the store and get your money. .,Take calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak and sick and nau asated. Don't lose a day. Take a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod son's Liver Toe tolnght and wake up teelng splendid. It to perfectly harm les, so give It to your children any time. It can't sallvate.-Adv. The man who lacks friends usually lecks In friendliness. S-rltnrs -ma p1 ibsms iw nsia etde nof ai0 .ret. amS wiael i *w red &as1 agsmsm ::r A aepp4·S . Isj M o t ,fFýL;J GOTHAM DOCKS New York...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 September 1920

~ij~l . . posed to be the highest point In dp ff ~ the United States, still bears the NCLE SAW' 1930 "Iltasrated Cate- proud n4me of Columbia Crest. ega" et 1nt aru Natso-l It is esuentially a huge snow S ofs 1 Mount pres Natis onaniel drift, or: snow dune heaped up Park Is od the pres It Is an toter ket o f1 pages of t, by the furious westerly winds. One of the largest glacier sys 81Ih"g n I ,n terns In the world radiating from everythIng the tourist needs to know. any single peak I1 situated on It easid t eery well be dall, for this mountain. A study of the luts rguier is one pofs th osu map will show a snow-covered summit with great arms of ice Incdetmally Ucle Sain should extending from It down the h 'dsiI, Uic am r *d - mountain sides, to end In rivers , noh l ><o th " A -far below. Six great glaciers - Inams nothing to the 50000 Amerl- appear to originate at the very ho a w it It In vacatile time. It sheuld have appear to originate a the er a s sname. A change in name, o...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 September 1920

, t . .. , , .r ... ·j. , ... SENI - NE THE CONCORDIA SENTI " . L,? ] m) l frt"r44 or. pOFFIOIIL PAPIU OF THIE PARS OF COIO ORDIA. TOWN OF VJDALIA. SCHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUIBIANt LEVER DISTRICT. TWO DOLLARSI FEZ A1TL. IVOL XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCOIt)IA. P&IJS, LAW. rATUICl)AY SEPE.t-"I IN, N() NO.:.5 If you want to sell your Louisiana Plantation SAa MNke te Right PI~oes and Terms E '--WWhittemore, st Joseph, La. Can . it more quickly than you can sell it vourself as the only business he has is Selling Louisiana Plantations S. da. nmt el a ri btru o prem . mterrfu and pem im t satbido; a " » prorc iv.e lad buyer; has tid extansive experience is had mebling . ad i vr aora advrtlr. 1[ usatd . a. hmn or write da You Can Not Do Bttr Than Buy Yeos ben's Furnishing Goods and Hats GRADY'S 406 Main Street Matches. MinlppI S a K N"RN STAMPS Sp.. amU .w. Is .. Orn.h VIDALIA BANK & TRUST o. " Home Bank at Vid.rlt, La. Branch Bank at Fenriday, La. preiates Your Business SM lK,, auuIM...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 September 1920

RMTOWA VASTDRYBEA Proje Up to Congress o Re olaim 4,000,000 Acres at $254000,000 Expena . Wi DESERT IgTO IR SIomber, of Muse Committee on Ap. propriatien and Group of Wostoer Ceblleague Inake cuspotlno Tour of Gevernment Pre@t. " Wablgto.--PIan for putting 4.000.00 aresa of land on the ag·lil teral map of the United States by a program of reclamatlem calling for the eSp1nditure of about $20.0U.OUO over e ten-your period are to be considered Steriou7ly by congress when it roea M-ners of tlhe boos appropris . e- cunommlttee and a group of West #u colleagues who have been msking fan Inpwtlron tour of the government's lhelamation projects and of the natloa p parks In company with oicdals of he departnment of the interior. after *mveling 10A.00 miles by traln and 080 miles by auto and viewing the r tlon achievements si0 e 1104 "come back earnest converts to a Yei damatio plan. Arthur P. Davi, director and cebl - illilneer of the reelamation service. "e accompanled the congressional . I...

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. — 18 September 1920

-i '`-, Oy IVIRS, Hswi TO T1. f P f.LSOSIANA. t  t Res, ar se o the . ritreof 1--Toe e. Voted On at the Congres.enal r_ 1 Electieon Held .oe. 2. 120. ACT NO. 51. Rouse Bill No. 99--By Mr. Sylvest. r eOINT RESOI.UTION. Proposing an amendment to the Con stitutioh of the State of Louisiana requiring the police jury of each larish of the State and the Orleans SParish School Board. respectively, to ledvy and collect annually a tax for School purposes therein; regulating school districts in certain respects; * limiting the rate of special taxation for school maintenance; empowuering the Orleans Parish School hoard to LMsue notes, bonds. or other evidences of debt for the purpose of purchasing Srounds. constructing, or repairing buildings for school purposes in the City of New Orleans. and for the pay ment of principal and interest there of to levy and dedicate for a period . of years portio:ns of the authorized tax; and repealing the amendment to the Constitution proposed by A't 218 o...

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. — 18 September 1920

tUBLISHD LYERYL SATURDAY VtDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1t0o Entered at the Post Office, Vidalia, Lap as gecond Class M.il Matter The SENTINEL is not ,esponsle for the views and opinions of conr pondents appearing in ts eolunm.s FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD.I Repular Meetings, Second Wednes days in Jaunary, April and Oeto ber, at Tatualah, Louisiana P. L. ROUNTREI, lgr. and Pis). TIMELY ADVICE The picture of big wager and un limited employment in the North painted in glowing terms to the Southern negro during the last year or so, and responsible to a material extent for the heavy exodus of Southern negroes northward are not bear so alluring in reality as they seemed in the extravagant language of the labor agent. Many of the negroes who left their Southern homes to seek the great advantages they were lead to believe the North held out to them are com ing to realise this more and more as the heavy demand for labor in the North slacks up. They find that the negro is always t...

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. — 18 September 1920

WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES INCLUDING TABLETS WAX CRAYONS PENCILS PEN HOLDERS PENS INKS ERASERS SCHOOL BAGS AS SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STATE DEPOSITORY, THEY WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE Vidalia Drug Co. social Happenings About the Community. Social iappenings About the Commuuity. ,, - Mr. William Murray left last week PRO tor New Orleans, where he has ac ,epted a position. T of A Little Miss Anna Maria Calhoun is La. sucnh improved, much to the delight To,, .f her many friends. 192 " Thre was a meeting of the Wil- r tir.g Workers at the home of Mrs. H. ard " . Conner, Thursday afternoon. Mod Abs Miha Eola Porter spent the week A end with Mrs. W. A. Beard. me !ceet Ihe sympathies of the entire com iannity gS out to Mr. and Mrs. Cook Deal, in the loss of their little daugh- eowi ter and , - iW. Mhus Fern Davis mas the attrac- Ma, tive guest of Miss Mary Louise Net- Cha terville this week. Nat W. Miss Ruth Ohlsen entertained th...

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. — 18 September 1920

SALE OF CALOMEL Psn's tLver Tone" is Taking Place of Dangerous. Sickening Chemical, Say DruggiSts rwey ramerl m a te d s aIs tmeea a weat Mi .e In the Isale of eeinsen L 1bp aS give the ase rea s lun DIdelse , Usr Teee is taking tts -atme ~ll is i ages and people mew L" DIesls ULAver Tae is per. es-ar gmar  by eye druggist who I A arge battle doesn't at wsv m* esit or it !ils to give nw selr II oaoIs eom et liver slug eaes el- -seetpe fa Ji ask eat Yerr omew rack. Pear s pes l epao. Ksyrley deam" id yaouns Mrs. TkorklbemY I etad thre Is going to be a gswr de t sleing g in the perw,.e eanpmpea" LSme oft is I te to be pretty "I a mm am b I want to do m be~t Do Vas Ak I oghbt to stop muindyug psite emsoma and take remi c r wr too 0 UInOF 100 se msismaelm at Theie. Neealb b~ ter summer coMlds, barts or ta bi . Keap t handy. Agehts wssed whee we have none. .K . Vehewr, Now Orleans a.-1Adv. a-.ge..s. staggers *erby ed t wsesrater" "Hiw Md'la "-Boston Tran arrip (tWrldJuly lkt eag So do...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 September 1920

E YEARS WITHOUT HOPE A hays 0Seess and suIserag with Finu Rters to aeiath t . ;et w" yo eer M to orea IA 11 0Lter how long nor how much you have de6 not give up hop. Do not decide there Io a' help for you. There is. Make up U rl to get well. You can. There is a y nwhich you may place full reliance - Mrs. Rosalt Kants of 89 Silber Street, Britain, Conn. This is what she says: tamps for three years and thought 18 S e any better. I could not eat Slept with my month open hardly breathe. No medicine helped catarrh of the stomach. Now I ramps and am feeling well and I wish eery suffering person would tarrh effects the mucous 'membranes in 837 otsn Or part. PE-RU-NA. by regulating & digestiom and aiding elimination, sends a rich, pure supply oJ blood and noarishmet to the ~lck and Inflamed membranes and health t- rtus. For coughs, colds, catsrrh and catarrhal conditions generally, P3-RU-NA is recommended. If you are sick, do not wait and suffer. The smoer you begin using Dr. Hartman'...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 September 1920

3aVGiWEOtnwnster V W An Appeal to the English-Speaking Peoples of the World AVE Westminster Abbey. So says the Dean of Westminster in an air ipeal to "the English-speaking peo ples of the world." He asks for £2"').(K)0 sterling to make urgent repairs and insure future main tenance. In his appeal on behalf of the Ab bey, Bishop Herbert E. Ryle, dean of Westminster, says in part: 'Daring the past 30 year= over £100,000 has bet expended upon the fabric. This large sum has been obtained partly through the temporary rgpaessea of one of the Abbey canonries and the aof the income for the fabric, partly through ildie supplied from time to time by the ec ediastia/l commissioners in answer to urgent and plbem appeals. At the present moment we are aebted to the extent of several thousands of pnads in respect of moneys borrowed from the ladeiastial commission for essential repairs. "Low. however, we are faced with a desperate to of things. The sum of money which more u50 years ngo was fixed for...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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