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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 13 November 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL .. IO Pm . OFIA, pa 0? TR P , W L Z BOOL eD, AND FIFTH LOUIANA LVZ DT . TWO DOLLA P VOL. XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, I O. 8 I".V L ._ _ _ SEND US LAUNDRY BY PARCEL POST YOUR MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI B. BUTCHART M. PHELAN BUTCHART $ & PHELAN PLUMBING, HEATING AND SHEET METAL WORKERS SWork Guaranteed. Prompt and t Pioal Attention Gven All Jos. a und Cistern a Specialty: a / lty s*** U,,e. St,. NAYCREZ, .:. MISS. a4 at i fit hurebt gives that i ollrn am na'ss Phar uzte, 1o ocordia S . wus puetN. aslaust hunt. • m . ,- ar tree cuttlng, A a ma+r e a. wanner trepa.asins Umina. VIohao . will be prasecated n Ie !!dl etent ot the law. " t P I p. U, ow -ir;.iý l4wesdarsii ?rk , i., ip tIM '·' 1 himyha, b sgee. seting. fh. - w - a sisa .respas as .'!"1si:isti wli her proswsa ted be 1?. , Wg.. ac, -I gaimt~ al 'S~ ROO SEVELT URGES Y HARDING SUPPORT L DEFEATED DEMOCRATI...

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. — 13 November 1920

COMRADES OF PERIL By RANDALL PARRISH i Opigh, A. WeClwea r sa. THE FELLOW IN THE PINK SHIRT h lkeled from. im to te row of breathless men facing her, impatiently, her bosom rlsia and faling1 hmultuoaey.l "Ad ree got to choose which one 'd rather manrr JWo, pe, LAat it the ides crudely ezprensed. Not that p. er ampeile is any way; only we fewe it igihlp desirable; thAm wer, phap I tsop sy, it i wah l of od that os ees some Her es wInderead up and dze the shriing lime, ruiug .amly em fees sfter face. If she felt amy hsr in the situstio, Maers a oe aprensas of it ellk. Bbe retined # appeane of erne imdimare, which r almoee inuol t. "Thee ass'S no mne. of ' ra "No; Mie ie .1." "And I got to pick theer The rhehis had, as she glanced inquirimgly in Ak dleesems The pest-.p breth case is a sigh from belree e l, if r v g o t to , I hs a v, I s u p s, a n d s o f s o s I cas s ( drr't mlees no t Jifference. Ill take the Mow Sittin' ovr lar. Mn the i one with the pink hirt. And s they vt ma...

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. — 13 November 1920

NW DOCTORS TREAT COLDS AND THE FLU M in Treatment Is a hhakr ,Wit Olotabsr, tae e ead d eeined Caime abegots that are Nasea .. o sate and ,Sue ýbstIes hae oa by a per. meo a odies o for alo- a Sl. :=b boe ft ad poes !osf tof. um ntP th. h io lvr Sm er. 1 m setia Tmhat "s why the ,Art atop is the tretmeat i. the mew asss. ,e3 eslemel tablets alse Wi ae fl from the mleal, seki 9meelag efet of the rn eLDoestr ateep " w fL o ta tat asoutive live may 0 a left ay wads prmosems ~eeose as is ma at the most espertetsatiters sm - Ome loetab ea the teage at bed tis with a swallow ef water-that'. all. Re malta, me mama am the alght. a ltenteeaee with yew eatln, pleh. re or work. Nextr morala pear oale W valished, year liver e motive you t pursed, ma e you are Mels ýwfth a · wty ·ppe bremah fu rsfuadm eada5 met Lad them 16799 DIED n New YTo Oty aloe feas ad. areoobM last year. Dont smow ymrself booms a vi.ti by wCen.* prim. and aches, Gom -oii r mr trsbih by tin tet m - F . 3 ai 0s WASI INGTON...

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. — 13 November 1920

Sentihml t SHED EVERY SATURDAY SALIA, LOUISIANA 1 ATUiRDAY NCVEMBFR 13, 1980' a C'tered at the 4Pn°t Ofice. "idal a, a La., as Second Clas. Mail Matter t The SENTINi" L is not risponsibli for the views pr'd nioni s of co.rrc- ` -ondents apnear.ng in its cllufmns. P. L. POUTNTRr'E.. 1Yr-d r.,'( ,. 1 FIFTH D:STR:CT LFVEEr BOARD. Regular NMc t'nts. S-comd Wednes days iin .Tanryar. -ril rnd Octo ber, sat Pl,''Ihh, Loui.iana 1 THE POLITICAL PENDULUM I Senator Hn di, g will probably,. make a good president. He is con servative. r.at'-r'ly, incl-red to put conscience in public affairs, and free from demagogic taint. Unless his \ party binds him, we believe that he will work diligently in behalf of the Nation as va ho!e. It is to be hoped that he will not be confronted by a Congress wholly po Itical in color, such as has nagged at Spresident Wilson, undermined his influence, and tramp!ed lofty mo St!Ives underfoot, for obstruction is more dangerous than the open road.' and partisan tactic...

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. — 13 November 1920

JUST RECEIVED OUR SEASON'S SUPPLY OF Rem!ington-U.M.C. Arrow Nitro Club New Club SHOTGUN SHELLS WE HAVE NO CAT.:ED OVER STOCK, SO YOU WILL NOT LOSE YOUR DLST C -;NCrS THROUGH MilSFIRES DUE TO OLD PRIMERS AND POWDER. Vidawa Dlug CoG . . Mr ;. W i; :e '?",.1,; (nt rtf ":.."( i nu,.. be" ' h,, f -:id. et I v.: - c:rd part: Tuesd.y evenir,n. Mi' C(':ric( ':; r'in toi tr " :-; pr:zc and M'. I. :I. Danv;i..n the :entle i:.'n s pr:ze. ^e(li htf' li r. fre h..ent ,e,- dn ,.: David-, i . V ('. , 'I:Cr S(chucks, ,v'.e. a.d C d ; I-s. ;!°:dys d; ('Carice Mc'rea. Moll:e Sc!,irle, ar M`, .:. D:.v' ;on, Varec. IIarri-to:, i.vhawse ~"'id Fc'-:c-. The m;:ry fr prd(: .f :irs. . W. Cr-:'des are .1a., to 'n "r f 'cr . ,m " ,'n crrt, .ftr b'i_, .!*r r s1,',er. days. Mrs. C1:: t n -W' of ""r., is the guest of 1ler r"7hcr, Mro-. !::,. 'D. Hart, for .. (c d!:ry- th:s '... The maeir'--" ' ; 'he WTi:';-  -r ers we-e id l:.,4,.v 'r- ' Mrs. W. A. ieard, Thuar.day after noon. The b'w} s ,nh'kvt Pall t...

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. — 13 November 1920

mmsmmm.-- .mmw -- SWAUISOFFAWOTOFDOCTEIILS Dumw+ýe s4 hrhwubi.ni .IIS buw L/ WSJ 7MS - UU ·I~~~rl Ubamkqs lLP SI-~g~l~t. · WqStbubeSta bae" dm gtP" It aR lb Uý. b mahmomftd aarj a rite IT -inim Cý tisrsibr ams bisl .ai *ina51 Iýe mss mbin t bsi. T-b `' ~bsibbýbgýing .MusiýhgtinU d ebw i ýw son*twapi om d spwtw ir lfrrMMC 6e Y abr tai Y.b *- ISSUK hjsip Odb mdd -7 a Nan Frt Grswth. - WaW'gnmeh K the bamboo La swift. ih am el a shooet appears above g"aledL and by alghtfall the shoot 6g. O the second day It is mm, r a am and In less than *i.P Ieb. the bamboo rods are from 0e letes in dreamfterene and to a height of OD or 70 feet. is m pise In Abbeville, La., ebmay has grown a grove -wsl he 70 feett In 19 days. lb a warelty of bamboo that Is ai Il highly prited by orl who tat ff the young shoots a frood. MOTHER! C oral Syrup of Figs , Is Best Laxative I fir pea see urear St- - 'teme me y I Y" o as MeP 1ut -gaghnese am tit. 1IA yi.1 IL~CI A; 4, " Y11 ýii Often a benedlct is but an ex-ba...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 13 November 1920

PAN Croh btl y panca ke-imj8 " TO Dnms lug hor and right off tde *"--= iddle. Trea your family to c up Pncks tmorrow morminý Ilt easy to make good paunak"e from selected soft red winter whet, Grnar* BRw is a biscuit ad pstry Sour of mrpmsiagam. mem and whitemess Yes will like Gnran's Dsr : GILSTER MILLING CO. i hester, " RlII eU Iseul-iljg ID LOR sm all S - WhIy u bq * ~be me. me& "& w~ ddothe Cdotbh-Suvsrb ro dwD tes Mto wtoo rtk *tt J. L.'kITIbrgb A SONS k f s Dibm h º J._ LR '1TWS " SONtSriaIw r "MPIUPMO FRIEND OF LOWLY UhPoa III DOW"aIto Hawe Had mea.e Resard for the Nuamblee of His Subte.a 1%s blindy feolng of Naag,.is mi dw th. bbs., Is dwelt up,. by Agmes IR W CO 7A8028% ideb ishme Is"u .r !lam te. is w ~Bry agmtbont sad the MI ubari bess" t author else. Ibs sa w d awmuUatl of ~ ofhoreat sad - P ord the peer sad IN tlr~t a a with .. a IIaweW w4r tao is - Ctrs 0 aid - spLa. j 'ýl ·~t fei e a a - hell 4 t1Cr~~t~ - 'r4 5 e1 k. d y r r s. 1 .10 z'· A ueaeles gamfe-palate...

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. — 13 November 1920

by. CARLILE P. WINSLOW. Director. Forest Products Laboratory. [Address at Decennial Celebration, July L2-23, 19)20.] OltEST products laboratory is a fed eral institution under the forest r-rvice of the United States I)epart ment of Agriculture, and is located at Madison, WVis. The results of the exprimtents made at this institution are. open to the public, and Infor mation on any of the subjects treat ed briefly in this article may be ob tained in detail from the laboratory free. This is the only large institu tion of its kind in the world, al Magl a number of other countries are now plan .JItg. t adopt the idea. Rudyard Kipling once Twelve hundred million men are spread K'" ;-' About this eirth and l and you ca, Wonder, when you and I are dead What wil those luckless millions dot Swe sauge s the osing lines e this stansa - tii I and you wil der. when all the trees are gone, *What will those luckless millons dot U1 tIstream of the Kipling humor dlsap. .' mand we are osuonronted w...

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. — 20 November 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL J. . IOUTNU Prk pitar. OPFIOIAL PAPBP OF T PAIB OF COlOlDIA, TOWN OF ii, So0L BOARD. AND FI'IT LOUISIANA IVEA DISTET. TWO DOLLARS PER YBA [OL. XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY NOVEMBER~ . 19t NO. 9 SEND US LAUNDRY BY PARCEL POST YOUR MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI B. BUTCHART M. PHELAN BUTCHART & PHELAN" PLUMBING, HEATING E AND SHEET METAL WORKERS AS Work Guaranteed. Prompt and Posanl Attention Given All Jots. Okvanised Cisterns a Specialty NATCHEZ , M ISS. S TIESPASS NOTICE. aitice Is ereb! given that Elkhorn ad Weecama Plantation, In Coacordia Parish, a., are posted against hunt las, shooting, fishing. or fence cutting, e la any other manner trespassing theroa. Violators will be prosecuted o tMe fall exten of the law. F. D. BRbOW L Visllm l., Dep'. 16th, 1919. TRESPASS NOTICE. Oettee a herIy glen that Vanclus , Mtatio, in Concordis Pa, La ., is posted s# gi hunting, shooting, ...

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. — 20 November 1920

COMRADES OF PERIL By RANDALL PARRISH Copvlsgt A. 0 McCltz & Co' t thu "SOME SCHEME." cap moi Synopsis.-Tom 8belby, a rancher. cen rides into the frontier town of I Ponc looking for a good time ma after a long spell of hard. work and loneliness on the ranch. In- do stead, he runs into a funeral-that bac of Dad Calkins, a retired army sol man of whom little is known. A girl, still in her teens, survives Calkins. McCarthy, a saloon kee.p- ls er and PoncasI leading citisen. de- mil fides that the girl, now alone In the the world, should marry. oth ma CHAPTER I-Continued. ed mu "If you go at It ht--yes. This is bet a sporting propos.. n. That's where e It will make a hit. Say we limit the tra chances to a dozen, or maybe fifteen; the those fellows will bite at it like hun- eaj gry fish. Everyone of them duffers of will think he's a lady's man. I know dr them, and there never was a young urn fellow in pants who didn't secretly be- the lieve he was a regular lady-killer. 1 That's what'...

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. — 20 November 1920

ac~k Given Out? There's asrely some reason for that lame, achy back. Likely it's your kid s. A cold or strain ofttimes. congests the kidneys and slows them up. That mas be the reason for that nagging baklache, those sharp pains, that tired, worn-out feeling. You may have head ahee and dizzy spells, too, with annoy in bladder irregularity. Use Doan's fEdney Pille. They have helped thou emads. Ask your neighbor! A Tennessee Case ) Mrs. J IB. Gard n e r, Centervile. :"40 nn., says: "About roe years ago I erworked while ouse'leaning. My kidneys got out of 6 rder and back ache was the most troublesume symp tom of my com plaint. My back pained a good deal t and broke my rest at night and morn ings I got up with severe headaches. My kidneys acted Irregularly, too. I u-ed Doan's Kidney P1s and two boxes cured me." OGt DOsm's - AA Shss ase Bas DOAN'S ,,ý N" O tMi LURN CO.. uMIIJF O N. ar ever ha a centery DR. 7UPrs I.IB rum have bee. leml the fellowlng frm a wemmu 1 -etrhs "I have ause DI...

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. — 20 November 1920

The Concolrdia Sentinel -- _ - PUBilSHED EVERY ,SATURDAY 1 VI ALIA, LOUISIANA, SAT DAY NOVEMBER 20, 1920. Entered at the Post Office, Vidala,! La., as Second Class Mail Matter - ---- ._ -- 1 The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. P. L ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regtuar Meetings, Second Wednes days in Jnanary, April and Octo ber, at rallulah, Louisiana SENATOR GEORGE E. CHAMBER LAIN. Washington, D. C. Nov. 9, 1920: Mt P. L. Rountree, Soncordia Sentinel, . SVidalia, Louisiana} Ml dear Mr. Rountree:-I encloser for our approval, a short article1 concrning that noble gentlemena Senator George E. Chamberlain. Gqrge Chamberlain as a bo . ' well Inown to all Natchez and Vida: - lia i his younger days, born in Adas·a County, Miss., the writer at tended the public school with him th' - Natchez, and a more profound eof manly scholar never existed, h was a true friend to all and to khbow i* in those days o...

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. — 20 November 1920

S JUST RECEIVESD' OUR SEASON'S SUPPLY OF Remington-U.M.C. Arrow Nitro Club New Club -=SHOTGUN SHELLS WE HAVE NO CARRIED OVER STOCK, SO YOU WILL NOT LOSE YOUjR BEST CHIANCES THROUGH MISFIRES DUE TO OLD n! PR:MERS AND POWDER. Vidalia Drug Co. Mr:. )L.1:curk . ,,ne of the promi neiit planter: of the Lism; re vacinity, was a tallr at the Senti'-el- office t:.s week, renewing his sub:crilption to the Sentinel. "The Im,,rortal hen. whose son never ,'ets.'" wa theo w,rdilg on a a ":Sf .tarrc.d i,.,. par;.de by a l-ia ,I · l: it ·" l :' y cattle 1 '1 t;.t, L';1r for _ ttt. ::.;t a:ýrag: o, *'. ,lit' t,' win a prV mniu n at 2.-i: ,i t year, whether in grain, .... ,_ L .hat ncet, the tiime to be t ra .your 'land 54Mw. Success with young chickens do pelid. upon the..,trlot~.at .at.tttioa -to (Tetails. K., p them comfortab!'. Do r.ot bverfeed. "Use seirn mdh freert Tije Louisiana "Yam" contain~ 558 calories to the pound; the Ir'sh po tato,1378 calories. C.lories are heat unity and measure t...

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. — 20 November 1920

PAINS NEARLY DOUBLED ME UP Nothing Helped Me Uvt I Took Lydia E. Pihnkim's Vegetable Compoud. Wyandotae, Mic.-"For the ast fr years I have doctored off and el without help I have had pasts every mouth so tad that I would mealy double up. Sm timnes I could not sweep a rom with and evesyth I ate upset may stoma'h' Tree years ae I lost a child and suffered as badly at I was t of my head at times. My bowel di nmt move for days and I oadd nt eat wihout suffering. Tbedoctr could st help me and one day I told my husband that I could not stand te pa a - and sent him to the d-tou to get one a bottle of ~Lyd Pik bam's Vegetable Compound and threw tihe doctor's medidne away. After tkig nthre bottles of Vegetabl Cos dad usigtwo bottlesof Ly i:. iP 'a Sanative Wash I eol do a own housework. If it bad nt bas ar or medicine I don't know whie I wsd be today and I am ever withot a bottle of it in the house. Yes ma piwh this if you like that it aur bhep sme other woman.--Mrs. ARYl SMDNa, r o orange ...

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. — 20 November 1920

AnaWr Royal Suggestion Griddle Cakes and Waffles From the NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK HERE is an art in making flapjack pan cakes, griddle cakes or wheats, call them what you will. But it is an.. art very easily and quickly acquired if you follow the right recipes. The secret, of course, is Royal Baking Pow Griddle Cakes Iy cups dour % teaspoon salt Steaspoons Royal 2 .RBAKING I% cups milk 1 tablespoon shortentng Mix and sift dry isngredl O W eats; add beaten eggs. milk and melted shorten teg; mix welL Bake Im mediately on hot griddle. waa· Abs.I lay Paur s eups flour 4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder ade from Cream of Tartar, teaspoon salt derived from grapes. 1% cups milk 5 eggs 1 tablespoon melted shortening Sift flour, baking ggw der and salt together; add mllk to yolks of eggs; mix thoroughly and add to dry Ingredients; add melted REE shortening and mix in New Royal Cook Book eon beaten whites of eggs. taing these and scores of Bake In well-greased hot other delightful recipes. Write waf...

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. — 20 November 1920

ene ar's (i i Ij r & • iiipl. His eplorations were chiefly In 44I what Is today Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. In all the Indian villages, ac - cording to those early explorers, tur i keys were to be found, both wild and R•KEY , or Thankglvig Well rather. Why, oth- ad rwis It wouldn't seem so eer. And don't let's by have too much else-and It mlghty little shead of it hu Jest a simple dinner, you Wi mo--turkey with dres ea lag mad gravy, mashed s S brrie5s, pumpkin or Ia ~a, we Berklear county chees ge ageder. Lt It ge at that, Enough teo 'r good as a east. hi Whe& usmiuds mia int no king or en m.mh es dat any kind, even d . !i r ss p w y were many, a -si -Y i mm wamltblity have co a S stesm famat. They aren't -asm m ame. p 'w aim usmaas s that the tur- hi it AI nh g gI to the world. gp W r tune is truly s American In wIr It sased an the continent with tb e has- bdtte Columbus landaled. er a ew »ma so aameng the caves di -g AgMbin the ram sem rmais of stt a found. Practical...

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. — 27 November 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL J.L H ~ii lll R Z X a P r* W p ,I O F FI OI A P A P U O F 7 M P A R K 0 ? O O Ox o D IA T O W N O F V ID VOL. XXXIX W DOLfaAoPII O. I~ VOL. XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY NOVEMBREIj , 192. SSE N I nFRM II N YI ITI weekL, Presided over by Joudee TA I ss io,,. bn Jseaso hatýýý'P, SEND US LAUNDRY BY PARCEL POST YOUR MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRy b NATCHEZ, MISSSSIIpl I H: grt B. BUTCHART M. PHELAN BUTCHART r. & PHELAN the Ish, PLUMBING, HEATIN: G AND SHEET METAL & WORKERS - " trom bled at a apea A Work GuM'anteed. Prompt and a.tic Isuma Attention Given All Jol a. ty. (Jya..jcg -Cisterns a Specialty. . U woul Male eed Unle Sts. wl NATCHEZ, .. MISS. hono .r. best S _ ----~m~whi l " ad o REePASS NOTICE mishl ` Ihe s ;u er Iven that mbi.- mtrw TREPAII NOTICE. .. 3hUSU I hIeua artin that Elkbora ~ Wtwata., 3 Ceuerdat La, rerusE Is~alat hnt OVsI atjt will e prasecuteg 1xteat of the raw. F. D. EBaORWL 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. — 27 November 1920

Check That Cold Right Away Dr. Kina's New Discovery soon breaks a cold and checks a cough A SUDDEN chiil-snee--stzsfy feeling in the had-and you have the beinng of a hard cold. Get right after It, just as soon as the sei&es otart, with Dr. King's New Discovery. For ffty years a standard remedy for colds, coughs and grippe. You will soon notice a change for the better. Has a convincing healing taste that the kiddies like. Good for croupy coubsr. All druggiasts. 60 and 71.20 a bottle. Dr.King's Pat "Pep" in Your Work Many a man has been a failure is business, many a woman in her horse, because constpation has dogged the whole system storing up poions that enervate and depress. Dr. King's Pills act mildly and make bowels act saturally. Same old price, 25 cents. Perhaps, it there was a woman in the moon instead of a man, it wouldn't get full so often. "NOTHING BETTER AS A LAXATIVE" at Asheville Lady Finds Black. Draught An Effectivz Remedy in ey Her Family for Common All- 1 meints o...

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. — 27 November 1920

WAS IINOTON 3IDELIGH1TS "And a Whole CaseCae Might Cause a War" W ASHINGTON.-Secretary of State Colby said that he would go to court to prevent the customs officials of the Treasury department from searching the baggage of diplomatic agents and offcers of other countries arriving In the United States. The customs people were hunting for hootch in the belongings of people coming to the land of the free, and they declined to recognize Internation al law, which makes the belongings of a diplomat Immune. It is a wise law, at least for the First Postage Stamps in the United States S5VENTY-THREE years ago this year the first United States postage stamp was placed on sale for the benefit and convenience of the letter writing public of New York city. In these three score and 'hirteen years the postofmce has issued 475 types of postage stamps. ranging In value from 1 cent to $5. The first postage stamp. a 5-cent one, was authorized by act of congress March 3, 1847, and Is known to have been ...

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. — 27 November 1920

i Concordia Sentinel " RLISHED tVEkY SATURDAY VIDALIA. LOUISIANAI SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1920. Entered rt the Post Office, Vidalla, La., as Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and_ Pb. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular ýMeetings, Second Wednes days Ih Jaunary, April and Octo ber, Wt Tallulah, Louisiana OLD TIMER Having rend with much interest, the arguments for and against tho divorcement of the Mississippi and the Atchafalaya rivers, the writer is of the opinion thet the decree of the Court was, there were no reasonable grounds for a divorce. The people below the mouth of Red river do not take kindly to it-they are of the opinion that the Mississippi might work out deep enough to hold all the water, but they would be washed out first. No system of levees can be built along Black River and Red, to hold this water, as, unless the water has all the country now oierflovwed...

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