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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 December 1920

. f ;. , ""- "" , te-." "" - , . , Se  ONCORDIA S "ENTINEL S>"01NT<wFR, oprtr.i . OFFICIAL PAPER OP TH" P ( O' 00 om:, TOW Of VIDM . HOOL BOARD. AND !:Th, LOUISIANA LEV' " DID., VOL. 'X7 X. VWIALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY D)E('EIMBE, I S, 19N. 13O LAUNDRY BY PARCEL POST' iOUR MAIL ORDERS_ . i SOLICITED PRcOMPT SERVICE :OE MOIT:Up EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI B. BUTCHART M. PHELAN BUTCHART & PHELAN SPLUMBING, HEATING M AND SHEET METAL WORKERS workGa'hramteed Prod*t and Atte dtsieolved l Job. Em sern a Spcialty Ma, *ad Ut*len St.. T M NOTICE. - 1M i gives that Elkhora hn uluI tban, In Conoordia PYarig, amma- d against hunt meg, eeet fai or fege cutting, w in smy ether uner trespassing Sthe ss.' VkIolatmt illbe proseoted rlrilrlrmt huating, shootinmg, fish. *, W i 537 manner tfospasaun theteem. Vktitor. mll be prosected to the fall extent o the lawr. S. . D. sCmRl - iall, , I a., h. 1, 1919. SýIIPAss NOTICE,. I it herel, lsvea "that Vtacle Pl...

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. — 18 December 1920

COMRADES OF PERI By RANDALL PARRISH Coplsgbt A. C MeC"l & CO "WOLVES' HOLE." Synopeis.--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 Calkals. 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 plf. out a husband from the score of men lined up in her home. To his consternation, she so lects Shelby, who had gone along merely as a pectator. He declinbe the honor. Indignant, the girl dis miases the . assemblage. Shelby runi into two of the r-jected e.it oe, and . i Aght 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 s...

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 December 1920

,upreme Court May Have the Last Word ASHINGTON.-In a far-reaching decision vitally affecting railroad rate control In the several states, the Interstate commerce commission has held that New York state passenger farem are discriminatory because they are lower than interstate fares and esdering the Institution of the higher Interstate rates. The decision, the most vital since the celebrated Shreveport rate case as affecting railroad control by the in terstate commerce commission, means a 20 per cent increase in all passen ger fares In New York state, as well as Increases in baggage charges, milk and cream -rates and sleeping car fares. Action upon commutation fares Eight Years of a Republican Senate? CLSE analyys at the results of tihe -recent maoteal etetion dl does the fact that the Republicans Mani clinched their hold upon the sea de for at least eight years, according to party exprts It is doubtt l wheth r eresm I 12 eau the Democrats can win d suffclent number of seats from th...

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 December 1920

Muse satiie V. OALl:, . LOUISIAIA SA T AY DECEMBUEk is, ir; . Entere a; t the Pot Otce Vidala, L.., *a Sert Class Mail Matter .The. }e.:3tot Bible for' thee.a an in, . or. ponden " ean i "it'ul clumns. P. L ROUNTREE~ Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH tlVP4itCQrt;E EE BOARD. Regular ,Meetings, Second Wednes days in .sTunary, April and Octo ber, at rallulah, Louisiana PARISH 'AGENTS REPORT MANY ACTIVITIES. Sweet potatoesand sugar cane will be to a ertaln extent substituted for cotton a money crops in Caldwell parish, writes It. V. Harris, the farm demohntation £gent. A number of farmet Isav declared that thbey will Ibt plant cotton- next yeatr. ' One hundred purebred and 23 toa.l,, were ,ctd with. Wehatr parish farnmers as a result of the poul try i EafibljoWt W. !d. .e ride, the ege m .8.i•k g*'ori Aas .e old ( ket and rqlaced by .- Madison trish farmers are . sfd e .. f ,plowing, re ts-'. l , Watson, farm delsontra sn agent. The two sweet-potato ebrlng plants in operationre pros-. ipLg rti ...

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 December 1920

AGjft Suggestions :·· SARE USUALLY APRPA'cEiy A THIS SEAS ON. SO WE OFFER A FFW TO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR SEARCH FOR SUITABLE OFFERINGS. • . - . FOR LADIES FO MEN PERFUMES GILLETTE, in the I cket Edition, "Big Feltow", or Standard-. ..--------.------ . ... DJER KISS SETS, containing a selection of extracts, toilet waters, powders, and other EVER READY ........------------- ........-------$.00 'toilet necessities from this inimitable line DURHA DIJPLEX-...---..-------...--.. at --- ,,.,---" .. .-----400, $. 1*06 FLASHLIG ...............---------------. te $3.25 HOUBEGANT'S IDEAL ---------$7.50, $. FOUNTAIN PENS ,....... .--.... ..._____sO ' QUELQUES ~LUER8 '--- ------------.00 CIGARS, Standard Brands........$1.50 . $3.75 A7UREAA. ----____- .._-........$1.75, $350I FOR THE CHILDREN: 'iLORAMYE S, ~ We suggeset .lt yN,eisith me sad se th man ' -- thlineg t ae l Aeve easem.blWed k that will glad GIFT STATIONERY .in decoaated ; b;bxs, -. &d the garl- the l,;Ie ones. plain.4sd in tint...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 December 1920

"CALL OF FRIENO Remarkable Attachment to Man - - Wh Had Cared for It in Its i, ý Helplessness. S, A tw~wnnged buck deer answers a5jI of Jerry Shine. employed by : t. ilpal water district at Alpine  rtEi. aear nan Raphael, Cal. g- e ti r ago Shine one day came upon a idi doe In the trail of the forest.  Msandig taeside the mothe. was a SO s. It waee miles to Shine's cabin, *tr he rried the fawn home with 4i11 f 'It and gave It the name of * *lg Aftet time Shine left the dis t2t. Be returned several days ago a Sm adIsd bh fellow workers the ieatmts of his deer. They laughed at Mh; the deer had gone back to na S, they said. dhle mounted the parapet of the daim called ,or Blly. The deer, eed .pro~d posessor of two Soperna. bounded out of the tr aY4' lthtotreah was taken of the I sad the animal, as the latter rest = his forefeet on the -shoulder of VV'00! "D Shot- wmt ab ir eu WIYY'KI orWr but eoeslo oat ti ms * em a whlk the breed sd tome * the . iga.l One dode saufelat.-Adv. Lot o...

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. — 18 December 1920

I ToCure aCold in One Day Take Orove's Iaxatlve Bromo -* Quinine tahet. Be sure its Bromo The asmela beers this aetme Where It Happened. "He loved her, but never made It known, and remained a bachelor be cause she was very rich and he was poor." "Where did that happen? In this town " "No; in a beok." SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that reall stands out pr eminent as a medicine foI earable ailments of the kidney., liver sad bladder. Dr. Kilmee's Swamp-Root stands the highest fr the reame that it has prove * be j st the rmdy needed in thousands a- tboans ofd istresia es. -..aq[ioot maks frns  b - eawe its mild and immediate eet is wsr realied in most eases. It is a gentle, healing vsetable eompond. tart treatment at eace. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sies, medi am and larp. However, it y wish rst to test this rept parati send tean ents to Dr. a Co., Binghaton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sa ad esatim this paper.-Adv. Growng O...

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. — 18 December 1920

T . ý... . .i "'": '::' ". " ýý : tr,  1.' . .; .::.- "..: isi . .iý yr.:r~ ~ ;s 4'7 • .: rliO'., :'i .". . . . .: . ý y ... . -.Y •f :.:: . . f ' A . :Y.; ·· . - hI% . txsBC~~ i M 1· .i i ~.. .:.·Y''N .: ~::~·;:::: ~·N %$~8 'A< / 4-". :A ai fo By FRANK H. SHAW. fe AID Mrs. Hapshott: "You're a hard tt knew it until now-I named you for of a kindly husband ashore." C "Askore-and at sea are two differ- ni ent places," replied the captain of di the Uriah B. Gaster. "When I'm hi ashore I take things easy; when I'm at sea I act accordingly. Sail- ti ormen are dogs, and the more you ci best a deq the better it is. So ,with sailors. rInd 'em down, rule 'em with an iron hand, and n they'll net only do their work at the run out vv they'll come crawling along and ask you for S mre. 5 Thrt's my experience, and 90 years at sea, ' . and blay, hasn't inclined me. to dispute facts si ystad., I' ' call I; cruelty," s*-Is wife without heat, I, "er iie was a woman of sadhs. Sme knew the cause-o f...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 December 1920

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL JL. .. O Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARIBSR OF CONCORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT. TWO DOLLARS PU EA . VO)L. XXXIX VIDALIA, . ('(ON()1i IA PARIISH. LA.. SAT'UIR)AY I)1:('lIIII .1 , 1.11. N O SEND IUS 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 AU Work Guaranteed. Prompt and ?lsonal Attention Given All Jobs. Galvanised Cisterns a Specialty Male sod UIlem eSt. k .TCCEt7Jt l.is. j TRESPASS NOTICE. Notice is hhresb given that Elkhomr atd Woeama Plantatlon, In Concordit Puarish. L., are posted against hunt tag, shooting, fishing, or fence cutting, M' iB any other manner trespassing thereon. Violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. F. D. BROWNi Vidalia, IA. ep'. 16th, 1919.' TRESPASS NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Vanclane Pleatati...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 December 1920

COMRADES PERIL ANDR ALL PAIZIRISI I C JGPYRIGj h CCCL. PF/RG & Co "INDIAN JOEl" Synopslt.-Tom Shelby. a rancher. rides into the frontier town of P'ca. looking for a go"d time a ter a long spell of haru work and loneliness on the ranch. In stead, he runs into a funeral-that of Dad Calkins. a retired army man of whom (ittle is knL6wn. A girl, still in her teens. survives Calkins. 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 meal Nned up in her home. To his consternation. she se lects Shelby. who had gone along merely as a spertator. He declines the honor. Indignant. the girl dis misses the assemblage. 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 coupl...

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. — 25 December 1920

WAS 1IINGTON L SIDELIGHTS Saving Fish That Stray in Flood Time WASHI(NGTON. - A conservation mineasure of vast importance, says the annual report of the secretary of -omunmerce, Is the rescuing of food fishes that are left in temporary ponds, lakes. pools and sloughs on the subsid sence of the floods of the Mississippi river and tributary streams. The an Lual losses of valuable fish life owing to the drying or freezing of all these shallow waters have been enormous and have affected the food supply of the entire region from Minnesota and Wisconsin to Mississippi and Loulsi ana. Thus the situation is clearly one that conies under the federal purview, and the bureau of fisheries has as sumed the task of mitigating, as far as McCormick Would Shake Up Departments A BOLITION of the IDepartinent of the I nteripr, creation of two new de partments--one to be known as the Department of Public Works and the other as the Department of Public Wel fare-and general reorganization of other governm...

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. — 25 December 1920

Iut.iScordia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIoALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY DECEMBER 25, 1920. Entered at the Po4t Office, Vida:a, La., as Second Class Mail M.atter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mrr. and Fab. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE POARD. Regular Meetings, S'cnnd Wedres da)ys in Jannary, April and Octo ber, at Tallulah, Louisiana The Levee Board is having a large quantity of rock placed against the shoulder of the levee in front of the town, to protect the levee from wave wash and further caving. We thank the gentlemen of the Board for their ready response to the apeals of our townsmen, Messrs. Chas. Moritz, and John Dale, Sr., who journeyed to Tallulah, and, at a meeting of the Levee Poard, and explained the con dition existing here and they prompt. ly had the work started. It has been under the supervision of levee inspec tor H. H. Gillespie, and, needless to say, it was done in a most thorough...

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. — 25 December 1920

Wli Extenb To Our Friends and Patronrs Our Bes t Wishes For A .erry (Crhristmas and Irserneous New ear VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY . a .= • = m ooooOo GOoX =oo . . = • OC ) O H cO=. sCo X•cn o c 0 c Cc =O4Xb Owing to the fact {hrt Christmas es on Saturday. and Friday being our )%ular press day, we are getting this isum' of the Sentinel out a day in advance of our regular time, which will give us more time to enjoy the holidays without having to work on Christmas eve. Other arrivals and social events will take place bIetween now and the advanced time the paper goes to preDs. (owing to the fact that the Sentinel's force, as well as every one else. de sires to take ('hrist mas next week,) and the end of the week, but we will be glad to chronicle such happenings in the next issue. Our L. S. U. Student, Mr. Lessley Dale. came up from Baton Rouge Tuesday night and is dividing his time during the Yuletide season be tween his home and Frogmore. Mr. Dunbar Boatner has also ar rived for Christmas, ...

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. — 25 December 1920

Only One Thin nBreak My Cold STbhat's Dr. King's New Dis covery, for Fifty Years a Cold-Breaker" DIME-TRIED for fifty years and i never more popular than today. Naothing but the relief it gives from subborn old colds, and on-rushing mew ones, grippe and throat-torturing aoghs could have made Dr. King's hew Discovery the standard remedy it I tadlay. No harmful drugs. Always reliable, and good for the hole family. Has a convincing, heal bg taste with all its good medicinal qlie. At all druggists, 60 cents, " a bottle. Shrealdrandecad DrKing's NewrDisovery The Results of Constipation are sick headaches, biliousness, sallow skia, waste matter in the intestinal system. Coerect this health-under. mnning condition by taking Dr. King's Pls. Feel good every day. Keep the system clean and virile. Same d price, 25 cents. All druggists. t Nothing Serious. 'lhat matn is trying to cover up e-thling. Did you find out what it I "Yes, he was trying to give a little mney to the poor and didn't want ...

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. — 25 December 1920

Good Suit Year for the Shops Never has there been a better "suit ear," as they have it in the vernacu r ob the shops. The weather has b- t right-not too warm and not And just at this time, says a Yerk fashion correspondent. on4hl e newest creations in the -ay of wintW suits and all-the-year round suits and'fancy suits and plain suits. After a few weeks have passed the "general horisin" will again be dotted with varieties of top coats and fur wraps, etc., but right at this min ute the popular trend is all in the di rection of the suit. Then here is the psychological moment to study the suit, for the forward marching ones are setting the styles for many months to come and the little variances which they show are the ones that are des tined to live. Thus does the wary womas plan her dressing, so that when she buys there will be no dan ee, of her becoming the proud posses sor of style that has seen its day. Then again we have such encourag -ag news by way of bargain announce ments that ...

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. — 25 December 1920

~~EPWStrangeNwKv ram E E!® ;!s~ `"' :.::;,at!:trte " , _ a:" ·ý`'ý' ` J:- ,·... .. r · · · stlIIPI~e P, EW YEAII'S DAY-or at least the comiiing of the New Yea:r-is greeted by all the world. In this very lmut h civilized Twentieth (vltury roost of us celebrate the New Year by tie almanac. " We have tfrgotten--or do not take time to ro Smembelr--the original 1 significance of the day. but when the world was yenger and its people were closer a nature it was a day of significance wel worth celebrating. Among primitive peoples the year SmBrkea d et in seasons, usually the piatlag, the growing, the harvesting ead the season of rest, or it even may be by meas and suns. But let the detea be what it will it is based on these m ed physical changes which appal the mmes as light and dark e, best and cold, the lengthening aM abrtanlog of the day. atsk hew deeply must the short ala the days, as fall comes on , a t' the Imagination of the veS. The ma, their all power iA dsy who gives tihe warmth ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 December 1920

COMMISSIONERS AND CLERKS Of General Election to Be Held On the 2nd. day of Nov., 1920 STATE OF LOUISIANA, Parish of Concordia Public notice is hereby given that there will be an election held at the various polling places in the Parish of Concordia, State of Louisiana, on Tuesday, November 2nd, 1920, for Judicial District and Parish officers. Further notice is hereby given that we have appointed the following Commissioners and Clerks to serve at said election, to-wit: Ward 1, Precinct 1, SHAW: Dr. J. C. Culpepper, Mrs. A. J. McCear ley, and Mrs. J. M. Davis, Commis sioners. J. E. Burns, Clerk. Ward 2, Precinct 1, EXCELSIOR: J. D. Haner, .John Roberts and B. W. Berry, Commissioners. E. H. Foules. Clerk. Ward 3, Precinct 1, DEERPARK: A. B. Turpia, J. B. Rudder and C. A. Bergeron, Commissioniers. Buck Guinn, Clerk. Ward 4, Precinct 1, FOREST:HI. F. Gregory. S. L. Winston and W. .T Junkin, Commissioners. T. II. Shield. Clerk. Ward 5, Precinct 1, VIDALIA: L. J. Engbarth, F. F. Schuchs an...

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. — 1 January 1921

'THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL j. L Toun1M, yO L  PAP1 OFI T 1o= Oit or Iooe, TowN or vaUA, s DOAD. AND ?PI LOVAsS Lrv a o oI DaRT. iA 'VOL. XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY JANUIAIRY 1, 1921 NO. 14 ____ __I1 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 Feamul Attentien Given AM Jot. G£lvoiged Cisterns a Speciaslty Masi ad Uses s C. NATCREZ, . MISS. -TIIRPAs NOTICE. Fotie Is aereby given that Ikhern Sad Weooaa Pluatatlon, in Concordla Pis £ ll4, are poste agalt hant I; rubetlg, tishing or fence cutting, is- aw 7 other manner trespassing -,. VRiolatwrs will be prosecuted e th tll etent of the law. F. D. BOV'ra _ i~ Ia~ Sep'. 1oth, 1919. TEIMPAU NOTICE. Neru as ereby gives that Vaeclmae inasm Caard Parksh, 1A.. Is `mue g-st hustlig, shLOag, fish . - h vay manner trespassing *0 ". ...

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. — 1 January 1921

a .b, 1NDENSED cLAsrsIS S uimwn. DE CEzVAlirz a Qr.itwm.Im by p r h WE.- bewif. v wl.eettat W am . wAmas. 1r a be, U ~Y ,B Aa--sV@W e "1- o be L a sw1ý Oss' e ktai. who.w. Me - - A- a wef is low awar a.l Ose·~ he =z' , as " a mem S--- re- c :::. . a LI) Y1 r · via* har A%00 Is bi··"-Y hY . II-~r~,I Mw~sM- - aaiw r -Iw. ;ý 3- -' -. rCt ·rr rbWIe M w as - N M I 11 * s m o g -ra.w 9. / 4 I . M -. . I" I aI y w 1 r. 0 Ir i +rr~~" CIC ·rrs 1, as " arts ail`i uwr I irlaiZ ti °ý afrrr--l- t y M., I~~ acese and In the bau htl -IN bade them seese her. Then without further parly he drove against t v maooks, oset whom ran away whl4 #he other fell of his mule. Sanch nimbly asIped from his ass an be pa .to strip the luckless man; whilm be was e sed In this legitimate a proprlatloe of the spoils of the battle, two multeeers of the train oversel him, tore out his beard by handfuals mauled him and left him senselesa Doti Quixote engaged In a terrific com bat with one of the lady's guard who sliced...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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