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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 27 November 1920

: JUST IEC VEDu . i,. -O 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 YOUR BEST CHANCES THROUGH M;SFIRES DUE TO OLD PRIMERS AND POWDER. Vidalia Drug Co. The trou;pe" f mov i: picture at- ; ors and actresses now f~lmi!:g "The Heart of Maryland," v-ill make their W picture irterestit.g to our section by haing pretty Miss Catherine IIealey of Natchez in the role of the drown ing grl, vhich scene was laid at We Whit. Hail, and which views of the lake will be seen, as well as the pic ture of little Winnfred Purcell in the arms of his old southern "black Mam- L my." Quite a fe spectators were ( present to witness these features be- the b fore the camera. Mrs. Netterville had a reunion v on Thanksgiving and a dinner of to lovely appointments in honor of same. Several other dinner parties were held on Thanksgiving day. Mr. James Lessley has been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. John Dale, Sr., for some w...

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. — 27 November 1920

0 N D ch AV% ý ~ for Ill aedetfel'slndgI~ atb. They er nee th hie, shrink or stretdL. a Pattern potively wilt hi Mt break In the print. f $ask 1 al an- · ICo ace e - YE rte Me istf l / mo, hr Sor fTI >l fi 'd adi~aru6d T %sJ·ldP Cinda ·FI W* we meka d the doth a*. J. L. STIFEL & SONS Itiir D r aid Aiam. _53. uwIIu.N R ºgS rem the bew bul aIn wil the . .«.......... .......,M. he 'aw ·IL···* 'K suuc wll ·m whoe ac ke~t has J~tbee Is srel w oethe buothaboed b~cHEE' sYrUPo -rr Lung Sabkmmatle sadIm Is~ a· rceugestd cern Lbeumis r~medy toe colds 1I b~reimeii and eepeecflrtoe ~ UMaes, In-themands of besas P"~ drb the p5*2 a good a1 irties·to Is thbe inrstLsg VW 1 writ Dlnioe· Is et ;scmrt. *,, iy~t without the apljwoval of I see --ul -- Usd~to 3do sut. AF 4r abI t~e MODERN BARN A FARM ESSENTIAL Only Well-Kept, Contented Cows Earn Their Keep. NEED THE BEST OF SHELTER Design Shown Here Is An Efficient Dairy Barn of the Most Approved Construction-Will House 40 Cows Comfortably. By WIL...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 27 November 1920

D.DS. WARNS CALOMEL .USERS You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, cr Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug . gish liver. When calomel comes Into contact with sour bile It crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea. If you feel bilious, headachy, con stipated and all knocked out. just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson s Liver Tone for a few cents, which is harmless vegetable substi tute for dangeros calonlel. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't start your A Simple Method. "I'm getting rich now." "Making more money?" "No-spending less." MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Ii Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only-look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harm less physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California."-Adv. The aver...

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. — 27 November 1920

` ý O O O AnwT FOO T<0 )n -5 , .s+, -. £ el By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. (t). 1920. Western Nrspaper Union.) I('AGO will lave within the next live years - and probably much sooner - the Chicago Zoological Gardens-the best in the United States and probably without anu equal in the world. This zoo will be estahlished on 300 acres do nated by Mrs. Harold F. McCor mick of Chicago. This site is three minles west of the city line and 14 miiles from the city haill. The fea ture of tie zoo, aside fromi its size and comipre hiensiveness. w!ill e the exhibition of its animals onder the "nntlural condlitions" system. Clhicago Zological G(a;rdens is its name, but Its ownership and managenment-at least at first will be a sort of composite affair: There Is to be a Chicago Zoological Gardens society made Up of Chicago citizens. Mrs. McCormick gave the land to the Forest Preserves of Cook county. These are owned by the people in per petuity and are controlled by the Forest Preserve distrlct of Coo...

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. — 4 December 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL . L ROUNTREE, FzWW~t. OFFIOJAL PAPER OF THE PASTIB OF OOIWORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA. SHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUIA 0 DISTIT. W DOLLLARVE DI TE SVOL. XXXIX VII)AI IA. (IONCORI)IA PARISH. [,A.. SATURDAY I)E('EMBER 4. 19.2( SEND Us M LAUNDRY BY PARCEL P POST YOUR MAIL ORDERS C SOLICITED PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO EXCELSIOR -STEAM C LAUNDRY t NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI le - lc n B. BUTCHART o M. PHELAN t BUTCHARTr & PHELANr PLUMBING, HEATING AND SHEET METAL a WORKERS AS Work Guaranteed. Prompt and Perosal Attention Given All Jobs. Galvanized Cisterns a Specialty. Maim oed Union Sts. NATCHEZ, ,. MISS. TRESPASS NOTICE. Notice is herebt given that Elkhorn I e4 Wesoama Plantation, in Concordla Parish, La., are posted against hunt tag, shooting, fishag, or fence cutting, or in uay other manner trespassing thereon. Violators will be prosecuted to the ftll extent of the law. F. D. BROWEi Vidala, La., e'. 16th, 1919. TRBSPASS NOTICE. Notlee Is hereby gives that Vauclune Platatl...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 December 1920

OMRADES IAND ALL '1LGOA CARLYN." Syopl-.-Tom Shelby, a rmcher, ides unrto the frontier town of Pona looking for a good time after a long spell of hard work and. lonellnee on the ranch. an stead, he runs Into a funeral-4hat of Dad talkins, a retired army man of whom little Is known. A girl, still In her teens, survives Cnlknas. McCarthy. a saloon keep er and Ponca's leading citizen, de edMe that the girl, now alone in the world, should marry. Shelby starts a hunt for eligiblo husbands and the minister goes to confer with the girl. She agrees to pick a husband from the score of men lined up in her home. To his con sternation, she selects Shelby, who had gone along merely as a spec tator. He declines the honor. In dignant, the girl dismisses the as semblage. Later Shelby goes back to make an explanation. She re ceives him good-naturedly. Leav hng her, Shelby runs Into two of the rejected suitors, and in a fight worsts them both. Angered at their remarks, he returnk to the girt, determ...

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. — 4 December 1920

WASI iTNGTON 31DELIGHTS I ,Iancle Sam: The Poor Old Rich Fellow W ASHINGTON.-The nation will face a continuation of the annu al tax bill of $4,000,000,000 for at least three years if congress adopts rec ommendations drafted by treasury officials and laid before Secretary Houston for approval. Mr. Houston, It was stated, probably will Include such recommendations in the form of an analysis of the government's financial condition in his annual re port to congress. The analysis will show, and accom panytng recommendations will sug gest, it was said, that a three year program for tax revision is required Heigh Ho! 100 Women and Musical Satire T E first theater productions com •pany ever planned, organized and' manarged by women, backed by a founders' association of 100 women In ofmcial life and from business and professional circles in Washington, In cluding Miss Mary Anderson of (~hi cago, chief of the woman's bureau of the department of labor; Mrs. Helen H. Gardener. civil service com...

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

The oncols S mntm USLIS$tD EVERY SATURDAY Tei4 LO; fAMNA The SF,4p lEfl -_ for an pond enýa ringin Its m tnn. P. L. .OUTRiE, ". id Pub. FIFTH Q TRICT jEV ~,JOARD. Regular %(etiqgs, S W4s days in Jurssor . and Octo ber, at fellulah. Ldei na Bucholit "kn 1il ig 1 are the sceaes witha . in . i ha every day-T 'heqeitins pa de the streets in peaceful uaona whai hops, goats, geese, cows aetiad tes. grPunts, baae; quacks, moo, a Ilt, biut pot least the hungy rays of "did . t. ' iare heard in the' 'sd.k La I and .gent lemen with new .hs, had better watch their id! i t thestq-' will not d ldiFto t)ie coldi Ston of a 'Ah mdkl" Aairi burg, where M(rk Twain reports the following coqverMtioa@ "Wal, Sani; we're goin' todbye" ut . uez week." "Tb hell, you siy I al t , I 'pesp . 'ave thv moce tºi s.w and l'tl bit-tlr .f - 'a l-ti l i: BEND COMPiiANY FINISHtS ' ºlIOIATE CGRAVEL COWt EYOR AND TIPPLE 1Wte'publisher made a visitt Thurs ,ay town to Kemp Bendville, in tie lower part or Vidalia, to ...

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

;JUST RECEIVED OUR SEASON'S SUPPLY OF I Remington-U.M.C. 'ArroW Nitro Club New'Club SHOTGUW4 'SHELLLS 'WE HAVE NO CARRIED -OVER STOCK,' SO 'YOU WILL NRT iOSE YOUR BEST CHANCES THROUGH MISPIRES DUE TrOCD PRIMERS AND POWDER. VidElia Drug Co. ni " " " n I I I I I- 11 The first asd mast important event to chronicle this week is the "Tom Thumb, Wedding," which had its set Sting at the Vidalia High School audi torium Tuesday evening,';in vFifch . 'most of the bright lIttle tots of our townt paricipatd, impersonating dif ferent couples of our good towns people, and doing ball honorS'for an 'e-easion of this kind, with as 'much beauty and 'grace'as "'Hyman". The' lovely Wittle bride, Martha Hel" Con ner, was'as sweet and dainty as any little fairy,' while the -groom, .bhn Basil McNeely, the little 'nianof'iRer, choice was as handsome as could be. The other members of the bridal ,-ty were: Maid of Honor, Ruby Chandler; 2the Bridesmaids, Alice Spires; Llild Gordon, Ida Mae Con aet,.) d Am...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 December 1920

1 1 " m ma- who practiced medicinea ! a smal disidct became famous and mm ehd ia eomeuitation in many aters and cities because of his uec as i the treeament of disease. This u Dr. Fierce who afterward moved ta Uin N. Y. He made up his adm & o some of his medicines sný said he put up i be eslled his aFrvorite pre "s,' and placed it with the Ia eery state in the Union. _ rs-Dr. Pierce's Favorite up l ~has sold more largly the United States t a adidne of like ch:.racter. =hae tsestmoy of thousands of ime out i has benefited or en e micadted auch distreslng all s as wom ar.e prne to. It is th .- msol by n d in tablet form imn Sll slid. has Iswasaau . r C.-= After ustng Doctor of kiers  ahelle Prescription I feel like tool r ama. My triends all tell me I n L as meck better. I am. more than p d with the resualt. I know that I g t praI sany one of Dr .Pierre's rem- n.el dbo highly. I always keep em on pro m - I. order to keep wellt"- s. in sl . Boute 1- Box a. per stoi IbMIC tac wit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 December 1920

I ~u -~L1 ?17 ~ I Y t 1!' UCalifornia Splp of E~s" Delicious Laxative for Child's Liver and Bowels Hurry amother A teaspoonful of California" Syrup of Figs today may prevent a slk child tomorrow. If your child Is constipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has cold, colic, or if stomach is sour, tongue coated, b.reath had. member a good "ph'Tic-laza IN EVERY STABLE Spohn's Distemper Compound I the one indispensable remedy for contagious and infectiona Z diaqee among horsce and muoire. Its success as a preventive J ad cure for DISTEMPER, PINK IEYE. INFLUENZA. COUGHS and COLDS for more than twenty-Pix years ia the highest trib ate to its msht as a medicine. It is endorsed by the best horse° men and live stock men in America. Buy It of your druggist. A O oents and $1.20 per bottle. WorN MEDICAL. CO.. Geboes IaI.. U. S. A. Yodre as Siick or VE as Well as Your How's your liver? Are you constipated, bilious, grouchy? Have you dizzy spells, dull hbdaches, bad taste in your mouth foul breath?...

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

.K .:.c . ' - "gt::-- . h c': ..` . . _° :;. . . ft- ... rib broa TCi 6uZ e '' S .. : "ar:.-". €,:' ::!?::  T ,, SUT of Tibet the secret, re mote and forbidding, there has come to us a treasure freight to which clings a poignant and somewhat sainister atmosphere of ori ental mystery and barbar Ism. Once again has been Ilfteu a little corner of the vast curtain of silence behind which the strange and colorful drama of Tibet goes on, sad we have been given a vivid reve lation of life in the secluded land. Often before, misslonaries returning dnm' far-off countries have brought back costumes, weapons and imple- ta mrats which have thrown light on the barn ecstoms and culture of the people who trac b • made them. And new again a amleornary-Rev. H. B. Marx, for 16 pars attaebhed to a Moravian mission 0 ea the Indian side of the Tibetan bor- t der-brings such a collection, large, d and rich in variety and interest.of Through funds provided by J. P. Mor- a gas, the cllection has been sr...

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

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL J. L. REOENT I, Proprieto. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD, AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEX DISTRICT. tWO DOLLARS PER YEAL L. XXXIX VIDALIA, ('ONORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY I)E'EXIi 1 1, 1920 . 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 Al Work Guaranteed. Prompt and Prsosal Attention Given All Jots. Galvanised Cisterns a Specialty Main e.d Unien Se.. BB C MISS. TRESPASS NOTICE. Notice is hereb given that Elkhorn sad Wecamna Plantation, in Concordla Parish, L., are posted against hunt lag, abooting, fishing, or fence cutting, ! is avy other manner trespassing thereon. Violators will be prosecuted to the full exteht of the law. F. D. BRO'WLN. Viiaia. La, Se. 16th, 1919. TrESPASS NOTICE. Notice is herely given that Vauclune PIaatatlom, In Concordia Parish, 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. — 11 December 1920

COMRADES OF PERIL By RANDALL PARRISH oC OPIt A. C McCarng &e A PINK RIBBON. Synopsis.-Tom Shelby., a rancher, rides into the frontier town of Ponca, looking for a good time after a long spell of hard work and loneliness on the ranch. In stead, he runs into a funeral-that of Dad Calkins, a retired army man of whom little is known. A girl still in her teens,. survives Calklin. McCarthy. a saloon keep er and Ponca's leading citizen, de cides that the girl now alone in the world, should marry. She agrees to pick out a husband from the score of men lined up in her home. To his consternation, she se lects Shelby, who had gone along merely as a spectator. He declines the honor. Indignant, the girl dis misses the asatenlage. Shelby runs into two of the rejected suit ors. and in a fight worsts them both. Angered at their remarks. he returns to the girl, determined to marry her, if she will have him. After his explanation she agrees to marry him. The wedding takes place and the couple set...

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 December 1920

IWAS INGTONL 3IDELIGHTS H Yellow Fever Has Seen Its Best Days WASHINGTON. - Remarkable re suits attained within the last year In the world war against disease waged by the Rockefeller Foundation give definite assurance that yellow fever will be wiped from the globe and the southern part of the United States freed from malaria and hook worm, reports Dr. George E. Vincent, head of the foundation. The greatest brains in medical sci ence are being mobilized by the foundation in every section of the globe in preparation for next year's campaign, which, according to plans disclosedl by Doctor Vincent, 'ili be the most aggressive yet waged In the Latest "Solution" of the Cyclops Mystery AN EXPLANATION of the loss of A the naval collier Cyclops appears in the columns of a Washington pub lication called the Pathfinder. The ac count purports to come from a reader of the paper who does not reveal the squrce of his information. The Cyclops, with 293 men and a cargo of manganese ore on board, tt...

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. — 11 December 1920

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIDALIA, LOUISIANA` SATURDAY DECEMBER 11, 1920. Entered at the Post Office, Vidalla, La., as Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres ponderts appearing in its columns. P. L. EOUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetiings, Second Wednes days in .;Tun ary, April and Octo ber, at rallulah, Louisiana I AM A milestone in the upbuilding of towns; the progenitor of civic pride. The cu'tod'an cfSHRDLUMFWY The abelisher of penury and sel fishness; the creator of neighborly courtesy. The cuutodian of the shaded street, the hedged lawn, the blooming gar den and the fruitful orchard. Receive me and these things I promise you, scorn me and your walks will resemble the dung heaps your yards the hog-wallow; the flow ery garden and green orchard are but dreams. I am found on the highways and the byways, on the streets of the town on the avenues of the cities, on the graveled pikes of the country. A...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 December 1920

Xmas- oys STOCK OF TOYS IS ON DISPLAY, AND WE ADVISE AN EARLY VISIT BEFORE THEY ARE PICKED OVER. THE MAJOR PORTION OF THESE GOODS ARRIVED BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN FREIGHT RATES AND YOU SAVE ACCORDNIGLE OUR RANGE OF PRICES ENABLES US TO SUITA .L PURSES, AS SHOW BY PARTIAL LIST BELOW sheet steel bodies, securely rivited joints,$3.50 to $ painted a hands-me red. To be had in a DRESSED DOLLS, Some with real human range of sizes to suit any aged child, spe- hair, others sleepir.g, and some with molded edally priced at------$1.25, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.50 hair a:ld riveted joints-------------85c to $1.50 STEEL WHEELBARROWS, Sheet steel IKON TRAINS, Engine, coal car, two bodies, hardwood handles, steel wheels, red c.aches, and ob.,ervation car. All finished with green trimming--- -----------------$0.75 in bright colurs_.------------------65c to 85c. KIDDY HORSES, Made of heavy, white IRON RANGES, In black and polished maple. All joints dove-tailed and screwed, steel, -------------------------25...

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

-- SS 8 WEAR made of strong, fadeless blue Stifel's Indigo Cloth. Look for this mark S e the cloth bl ide the hrlm to sare the gasels, which poltively wiN met ade or break - the DedMe everh*ea loverse, e 0 ...ed Ud.ms aedds f Sardb Inodi Cled. We am em ee dub te defe eab. 1. L. STIEL & SONS. I*d.p Dyers and Pi `m\ al. W Va. caO m Siaed. New Tred BISCUI HOT biscuits add just that TO DEALERS touch toyourdinner which makes Let u tll you about a perfect meal-and a satisfied ... b family. Nothing seems to go GILSTERI'S SIST with a good meal like dainty, F l. light Southern biscuits. GILSTER'S BEST Sour ih made from only selected soft wintr wheat- ground to a faluff, snowy white.see It makes delicious biscuits. GILSTER MILLING CO. Once: ICh ILrIg 3 M n*kIIm. ORD The ostrich can tickle any woman itb his feathers. T- Freshen a Heavy Skin "Wil the antiseptic, fascinating Cuti Sma Talsm Powder, an exquisitely sam d convenient, economical face, - bab nd dusting powder and Sanbers other ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 December 1920

Because of her rosy cheeks and Matin skin a woman attracts the admiration of all men. When the young woman peers in 'her glass, she may see pimples and blotches and she im , ! mediately goes to the drug store for paint, pow ders and beauty creams, when she should go there for a blood medi cine and stomach alterative known as "Golden Medical Discovery." This vegetable tonic and blood alterative clears the skin, beauti fies it, increases the blood supply and the circulation, while pimples, boils and eruptions vanish quickly. Ask your nearest druggist for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery in tablet or liquid form or send 10c. for trial package of tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo. N. Y. Vaseline ag us .aao CARBOLATED Adean.outaer. irritant far aMn Sat Stet_1wºa k MAN'S EST AGE A ammbs as l as h ore s; a e ase vig Soous ahnd b"l y it teas at i it b adsaismam -in u-- --othr imrfStiaos. Eep Yirl iným -edd wi h I.L NME, ML 1ne.s e .ai s MoUM.ols i 6qlb~U £3 4 .s a s a...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 December 1920

as . .. .o. 0/ 1'e / o'.- el a \I the j real war, Christi6n Je 1I ,Ig nuxiouy the -" "-  so "ut. onof h" v.xous nu ..ti..s incidental to . the  uretreati of peace in {iule. The. ,the and which is a holy land to ruen of three faiths. In Jeru yalem', especluilly, tlet adherents of the th ree great religitou. m jeet as.. k. at a common shrine. That ancient (" ' " 'ity has furnished a setting for much of the sa .wd history and legend of each. Cadga up to the Holy City for devotional or 4 other purpos4s was once fraught with grave dif Acatiest. In the middle ages the expression "a pMilrIge to (God's sepulcher" became proverbial to indliete the desperate character of any peril- -lm ioes Journey. Since then things have changed for thle beltter, writes J. F. Scheltema In Asia. The mamdern pilgrim to Jerusalem takes a steamer . to Jaffa and, on ltnding there, has himself and - bDgg conveyed to the railway station In time; t for the daily passenger train. When under way, ' . It raqui...

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