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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 15 January 1921

r- 4· T uraCoki In Oae Day' *rv'a r sure itsBr Yo Cou.i't Newr Him. Mrs. Benbaua--WRht did the uluW We preach about?"' sosham-"MY hear th is sadly detective wbhe I am am *wake." y4*. Me amaW, s w" aM .34 t. M bsM sim momg Swsw -. w w as~u -.s= r't £43ý " Ws r 1hS be. O~Ww agas. wil b 'Or, 34r<th *hli Mattb , 3. >M'~ .k it ag aU sinsU R Shw s. kod f puma 010 .III iW am $l'·r~pi ul w--Y- ;Y it~JJ (k~ r~+-·~ ~';~iroJ -- PILq LX·dl(A R it LCP'+ry ~u rb Ebc,·rq ;MUCH INrr FARM BUIS~ ESS 44 4LW y 1 ý y ý f y ý ' f 1 ] ý'ý f fý ; t Many farmers realize abt meager ancomes because their business is I small. Suh men ofteh feel that their O farm business is su·lently large to tl keep them bIsy the epdlre year, whn a as a matter of fact, the actual results a aecomplished represent less than a b half year's tork, say farm manage- n meat specialists of the United States a Department of Agriculture. A large ~ volume of business may be done up tl a tarm of few acres, while only p mall busnes...

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. — 15 January 1921

m .·· H mn  >,n ura mm S CTIOP OWE w tw m.*wa -w wS* IS aý 55d kSr O sir to POOcAsi W' a arw d w! hav ec7 dy as . Apr. -sow tir~~l 'rie di wrb Aim" AAWN- to .erg t fjwW be ots tir~i'i~ at ibj · .;fit, fq C cbglib .wI 'iiY· b R rd cer mI t ft : j· --. - ut small triangles it the romuds and wet the edge. wrap the apple i the rounds ead cover with a ap ot p.try two tches in diameter. Brurb the witt cold water before adjstin i l eap, dredge with gar band e ntll the erest Is brown. Serr with a lspeomal of hard mauce piped ea the t waowe end Pbas the ' left tre the a*ep 131)h hvl6 tihe sik ~IW p mo.stlat milk vth w the per it ever two tablepmful s at braid ruabh. Samove rid. Beat t a *crem the yols4 of " ewe with men qu1 tr a cuptl t of augar ad tlhft tibleepeneoas of butter; to this sd a entevr at a eaptul eae 1 cleahtaut ppree lad apple purer. ipx wel, add a.q Vil :e iulce of 1 alt a*)etoer and o atoIeti9tulnetered puddles ding the pges of whleh have beei tHlae with rte.adas o pa...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL A. L IOUrzT, Pr~prMir. OFIIOIAL PAPL Or TU PAlE 1 Of 0~0oSDIA, TOWN 0 YIDALIA, 8WOOL DOAND. AmD FITH LOUIA I.VEE d1TRIOT. IWO DOMliA 1 OL. XXXIX VIDALIA, CON('ORDIA PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY .JANYI'f . , 19?1 NO. 17 SEND US LAUNDRY BY PARCEL POST YOUR MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI -------- II B. BUTCHART M. PHELAN BUTCHART & PHELAN PLUYI NG, HEATING AND SHEET METAL WORKERS M1 Work Guaranteed. Prompt and IM oal Attetis Given AHl Jot. Galvanaed Cisterans a Specity Maely sd Unlhi St.. NATCEB, *:- MISS. a iss b erby given that Elkhers a M W e.os. Plaatation , 1 Ccoerdila ai- IA., are aoeste agalmat hunt. S.g. el, A~r fisblan, or fence euttla, ra In stbe r amaer traasiass themlP.,. Veitarr will be proseea d S11 dle tent of the law. ,: P. D. B7OWt VMi. lh a, sev. 1oth, 1s1. UIhos r e*a giant that Vaaielu. . Mpalea 1, $ cossei Parish. f., it a.bd' ;t sooI. - tis , f...t * s ehm Wr assuuer = IN rai, llw ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

COMADES PERIL PAIZRI5IaIHI IGMT A CC/.QRG a CHAPTER XI-Continued. -11 "Yes," she admitted "that was about all." "So. now he's dead ; lie don't cut no ice anymore." "But are you sure he's dead?" "Sure?" sneeringly. "I don't know how I could be no surer. I turned the cuss over an' he was, cold then. You don't need worry none about that. Wait a minute till I set who the guy was what tried to break in here." Shelby could hear Macklin cross the room. and jerk the blatiket from off the bodles. The fellow gave utterance to an oath of astonishment at the sight revealed. "My God! Did you ever see ary thing like that? Locked together like two stags. H-i! Sam was shot, hut 'he got the white guy even after he was dead. D-n me, if It ain't Hank Slagin! Now, what does that mean? 3l reckon Hanley sent the go aot in -here. That comes from spillin' things when yer drunk. Say. you an' I have got to get out of here. I'll tell you about it as quick as I can. It's plain enough Hanley's got his eyes on ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

Magine Depdrlfment Iniereiwrl Featwres for Home Eadlvi II I ý tI I I t ( ( I I j Ii I Ilii I I ; II' 'i ý ii I) II I I II it I li i { !,' ! MR. YOUN(G DOG M it. YOUNG DO(; had been told by his mother. who was a good rat catcher, that the one thing in his life worth while was to watch a rat hole and catch the rat. But Mr. Young Dog was very fond of play and he did not want to work, and it was some time before his nmother would trust him to hunt alone. One morning she decided he must catch a rat all by himself or the mas ter would soon be tired of feeding him, so she found a hole In the barn floor where she was sure there was it rat living and told her son to sit near and cntch .the rat. Mr. Young Dog sat down behind a barrel, but pretty soon a spider dan gling over his head attracted his eye and he began to play with it. When the spider drew Itself up to the top of the barrel Mr. Young Dog discovered a ball on the floor and be gan to play with that, and as he rolled it around he saw ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

PUBiiSHED EVERY SATURDAY VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1tt1 Entered at the Post Office, Vidalae, La., as Second Class Mall Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. . L ROUNTRE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTN DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wednes in January, April and Octo e at Tallah Louisiana AN APPEAL FOR CHARITY In publishing the subjoined letter of the Bishop of Alexandria plead ing for aid in behalf of the three and one half millions of starving children in Central Europe, it is with the firm conviction that no one in the town will clese either heat os purse to the eollectots appointed to receive the offerings. I am aware that approximately one hundred dohrs were taken from the town just before Christmas for the Natches orphans, without my know ledge or permisson, but I trust this will net throw a damper on the pre eminent generosity that has always eharacterised the good people of Vi della wh...

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. — 22 January 1921

GARDEN SEED A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH SEED HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED START YOUR HOME GARDEN NOW AND HELP REDUCE THE COST OF LIVINC Vidalla Drug Company Help the CIVIC LEAGUE y Plamting FERRY'S Flower Sd. Mr. E. M. Purcell was the week end guest of his brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L K, Purcell at White Hal Late social acquisitions to our little town are Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Mr. and Mrs Jeack Campbell. The former are with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beard for the winter while the latte? are with Mr, and Mrs. A, H. Hagle. Messr. B ,C. Brown sad R. S. Wilds, from their respective neigh borhoods, were in town the first of the week. Most of the "thestre-oers" went ever to Natches Monday night to wit- I ness "The Pasing Show," which was pronounced to be "some style show" displaying many wonderful gowns. Several Iaportant meetings of thei Civic League have been held this week, I Mrs. Milton larkey and daughter Jesephine, have been recent gIests I of Miss Motie Schible. Mrs. L K. Purcell had a f...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

- Mothers, Prepare! When a girl becomes a woman, When a woman becomes a mother and when a woman passes through the changes of middle life, are the three periods of life when Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription is most needed. Many thousands would testify just as does the following: Raphine, Va.-"I took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion about two years ago during ex pectancy and got along fine-better than any otber time. I was ill only two hours, or maybe less. I am the mother of sexen children."-MRS. J. i. IIALIBIRTON, R. F. D. 1. St-id luc for large trial package of Favorite Prescription Tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotelt Buffalo, N.Y. Films Developed gad Priated on Veliz We solicit the patronage of those K o dak users who demand the best Kodak pie tures. ONE DAY SERVICE. Write for Kodak Catalog TR NW IPSTS N IFLY C 60 eul Malab . lmghd, Tme _ CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ~lbMgybt Always , . Use Bears th Yers ,- . SiCASTORIA ' sus f ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

CALOMEL HUunus TOLD BY 00DSON You Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe or Salivate Yourself to Start Liver. b blihous. sluggish. TonstIpated. VOQi hedachy,. your stomach may be sour. your breath bad, your skin Sallow and you believe you need vile, dangerous culotuel to start liver and bowels. Here's my guarantee! Ask your drug gist for a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and take a spoonful tonight. If it doesn't start your liver and straighten you right up better than calomel and without griping or making you sick 1 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 seated. Don't lose a day. Take a spoonful of harmless., vegetable Dod son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up feelfpg splendid. It is perfectly harm less, so give It to your children any time. It can't salivate.-Adv. Goose and Chicken. "How old Is Madge?" "Old enough to make a goose of herself when she tries to play the chicken." ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine IR Wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 22 January 1921

OURT FEATURE SECT1ON Department. Devoted to Attractive Magazine Material lllnnlll lt ll NllfItII IIIlIII I IIIIII lll =. ~THE GIRL ON THE JOB - how to Succc"d-!low to Get Ahead-How to Make Good By JESSIE ROBERTS llllllll: lll i11111111111nl1111 1Hllllllll% AFTIERNOON HEADACHE StI)MI:E I\IIIERE hetaeen three and tour thiirty many a girl develops a hieada".th at her work. ilntd takes that hea.lai.le home with her. There are seeral r,"a.ns why this afternoon Ilealdach e c.omes on, and if you are trouhbled with It, you want to ask your nelf a few questions and look closely nloto your dalily routine. Perlkiljs you have a way of gettinll tp) t1oo late to give yourself the nec esary tihne for your luth and dress Ing .lnd hrenkfist. You should have a goodl Ihra:kfast. with cereall and an egg. fr ,o}r ou have tnuch work between breakfatst ln Illunch, and dinner iwas a ltolls wh:etl ago. And S ou ought to eat slowly. Or perhaps' you doi't eat the right sort of lunch. An eclair atil a cutip...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 February 1921

y-. .J • Y , HE CONCORDIA SENTINEL OLo1a l r.- O PAI o T.I oIIXr !o or. O o ?XX OOF.IX. em. l TesaD. OPA VOdN IOoIwl OAD. IAs ISA LI .. DOFI.DIA F B A , OL. XXXX VIDALIA, (OON;OKDIA PkRISH, LA., aTURDAY FEBRUARY 5, 192I 1 NO. I FRANCE'S OEMANIS ARE "IMPOSSIBLE" r --LLOYD GEOROL ALLIES IN DISCORD OVER 10 IN. DUMNITY-PROBLEM SUBMIT. TED TO SUBCOMMITTEL ALLIES MUST STAY TOGETHER islet Amnount of Reparations Should Be That Fixed at Boulogne Con. ference-Briand Denise France Asi" lImpossible." arlis-The qusetion of German reparations is again in the hands of a committee of experts. This com dtSes was appointed after a prolonged diseution by the supreme council to advise them before any definite action i taken. The discussion on reparations was taken L an atmosphere made quite auntaorable by the radical position as mord by K. Doumer, the French min oater of finance, who named 212,000, W,00@ giold marls as the total ameoat at indemnity Germany should The British prime minister is unde...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 February 1921

COMRADES OF PERIL By RANDALL PARRISH Gnvirbt A. C McClor C% . .. . . - .. CHAPT R XII-Continued. -13 "And I here given you my heart long ago. Klas me, Tom." They sat there, closely press'ed to gether in that narrow space, scarcely aware any longºer of the danger at hand. eager only to hear each other's voice. Above " the crackle of the flamee, and the crashing of falling timbers, they could dlstinguish the in termittett crack of a rifle, and the echo of voices calling. Shelby began to dig with one hand at the pile of earth besde him so as to widen the space between Its summit and the roof. The actiou caused his mind to revert to the imminent peril of their situation. "It will be all over with before day light." he said soberly. "and that will be our chance to get out." "How do you suppose M:aklin ever got through there?" she questioned wonderingly. "That's what bothers me. Either he wasn't hurt much, or he had help. It is my notion the girl brought him out In some way. The shootin...

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. — 5 February 1921

Big Wealth in Hands of Few I __________________ SFamilies in United States Control More Than $100, 000,000 Each. ROCKEFELLER AT HEAD OF LIST Oil King's Estate Is Now Estimated at Between Three and Five Bil. lion-Veritable Dynasty in Every Important Industry. New York,-Filty fumilies In the United Statsi control over $1Ui.000.($5I each. 100 fmlnilies control over I0). MJO,tJ) eacn., and :l00 tanilies control over $1i0000,UJ,1 each. John 1). Itckefeller's estate Is now up to $l,.(00.0in.x. Five billion dllars of wealth in the U:nited States ha.s ct', handed dowin o10 heirs, Itilly of whom were lucow )etients, in the last tliftcen Vars. Two hundred persons in the United -tales control $15.000U.t4),h(; in Framce the same amnount is coutrolled by 480 times that number of people, or ft&,o00. Dynasties to Fore. Industrially the United States is be -on:flg dynastic-there is a veritable dynasmty in nuch importallt industrial structure, soltme of which aire: Sixty per cent of the tol,eac...

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. — 5 February 1921

the Concordia Sentinel 'PUSL!SHED EVERY SATURDAY VIO/L~IA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921 Entered at the l'ost Ofrice. \ij di a, La., as Second ('lass Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of c',rres pondents appearing in its colum:nns. I' L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Fub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wedres days in .Iaunary, April and Octo her, at rallulah, Louisiana TO THE MERCHANTS WHO AD VERTISE, AND THOSE WHO DON'T. The merchants in any community who are progressive enough to adver tise should be patronized, as they keep the public posted on the prices of commodities, and advertise their prices, showing that they are not afraid to let the public know the prices at which they sell-rather, they want the public to know they are giving a dollar's value for a dol Tar. Merchants of Vidalia who are, not advertising are making hard times harder by hIJing their light under a bushel. Cutting down you' i expenses by cutting off your ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 February 1921

GARDEN SEED A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH SEED HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED START YOUR HOME GARDEN NOW AND HELP REDUCE THE COST OF LIVINC Vidalia Drug Company Help the CIVIC LEAGUE by Planting FERRY'S Flower Seed. F t inraL 'nhriat 3ruui-i Of interest this week was the card party given by the younger set, the members of the "W. W. W." Club Thursday evening. This was really the formal opening of the Club in its new quarters, the rooms being re cently renovated by the girls, making laite an attractive place for enter Lamnuants., On this occasion the toms were lovely with draperies of lue and uphoLtteries of the same color; bric-a-brac, rugs, cushions and pot plants lending an air of dainti ness to the surroundings. Amid the five hundred enthusiazts the games were called, resulting in maany :spirited games, the victorious con 'testants being, Mrs. E. P. Going, who won the Ladies' prize, Mr. Max Roths child the Gentlemens' and Mr. J. P. Fagan the "booby." Music and voice -y these ttlented young l...

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. — 5 February 1921

Back Lame and Alhy? Do you get up morniags tired sd iin Reaim Bad you all "wor tr' Ikely your kidneys am to blame. Hirry and wrry, lack of mte, sad set iug too much meat, throw a etrb em the kidneys. Your back gives out; you ea tired and likely uffr eaheb and diszy spells. Take thing easier and help the kidneys with Doem's Ktidney Plis. Doqg's have brought aew strength to thousands. Ask your meighboer! A Mississippi Case B. . Browne, re- "'wrllpm tired carpenter. Jack- P, Itho son Ave., Pascagoula. Mlss., nays: "My kid neys gava me quite a bit of trouble an there was a dull steady ache througi the small of my back. The kidney se'retlon laeaed too frequentl and were highly col aed Doan's Kild eY Pills were the beat medleine I could get. A few boxes cerrected the trouble and did me good Sev'rv r^wrbt " st De ui s As im, ase 1s DOAN' S "PI,.LLS .MIL.UIRN CO. tI"ALO. N. Y. Vas eline Re U. S.Pat Ofd Caribolated PETRLEUM JELtY dnesotn cut and - m t mem ue .ca as Stmet Now Yv. AU ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 February 1921

"Made Me Well and Strong" AINIE WOMAN W0 IS THMKFUL FOR SPERU-NA 1 haveka ensevratbotleepfPets8-a sad, nd it s l eat beaeLt. I lad palUtia y istomah sad bewels batyb thebsseof Ps-ru sad ifan -la. I an well and strog suasa. I alwas keep albw bortla 31 aD No. 2, Box 1. Nichola. Iowa Mi, Oraft 8prin Is f 0t more tidmenes that Premem qulte - good a rmd for catarb of theastomach, bowelsor otr asorl it s for coughe, colds and narlal mtarrh. Peru-ca mja ufly fensm madias ih ae In bs Talhatso i iqu t loea d. eiIJ e. .a0b a Sold Everwhere ENDORED BY ORBE-EN l CNIVER1ALLY enjoys a reputation equalled by no other veterinary remedy. For twernty-six years it has been used and recourlmended by the leading horsenmec and stockmen of Amnirica. For twenty-six years its use under trying conditions has won for it the highert esteem of veteran trainers and drivers. S(tlHN'S should be in every stable to prevent contagion. whether 1NFLU"NZA, PINK. EYE. DISTEMPER. COU(;U or COLD. ]Buy of your drggiat. e 0...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 February 1921

OUR FEATURE SECTI OP SDepartment Devoted to Attractive Magazine Material LAST NIGHT'S DREAMS -WHAT THEY MEAN DID YOU DREAM OF MONEY? W HEN It comes to a matter of ymoney the oracles seem to dis prt ever "filthy lucre" .just as ordl -rmv mortals are apt to do. Some of them say that to dream of finding mon ey is a bad sign, Indicating losses; amd dreaming of losing money is :r msod sign, Indicating gain; probl y .wrking on the "dreams go by coin trares" hypothesis. But the Iest and smant eminenllt autlllhrllie.s do not agree t· this. Some (-f thelm admit that to dream of finding money signifies wor ries, but declare that out of these tem porary worries great goRd will come: wbhe other's content themselves with the statement that to dream of finding ameasy is lucky. All agree that to dr-am of losing money is a sign of used business, though one authority arkly hints that you may have a spat wIth your wife-If you have one-after SCHOOL DAYS * P.* ".' u .C ' Tii 4" aDýIý i.~-"3a3L r :'mot...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 February 1921

-THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL .. L 3OIINTTaK, ?Pprier. OFTMIOAL PAPR OF TRE PA1I1 OF 000000D&IA. TOWr YTA $MOL IOiRD. AMD WTr LO~BA LUVB Di3Tl0t. W iOlD.A3 ,i ~L VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCOIDIA PARISH, LA.. SATUIRDAY FEBRUARY 12, 1921 NO. ? GERMAN STATES BACK OEFIANCE VARIOUS PREMIERS BACK DR. 8i. MONS AGAINST INDEMNITY TO BE EXACTED. PONDER OVER U. S. VIEWS Germany is Warned Against Expect lng Too Much of Harding-Press Pretends to Fear Polish Attack if Gsvmnary Disarms. London.-Dr. Simons, the German foreign minister, has declared that he would resign rather than recede an inch from the decision that the Paris terms are unacceptable, says a Berlin dispatch. Berlin.-The premiers of the several federated states of the German nation were in session with the Berlin cab inet over the reparations question, the meeting being followed with the an nouncement that complete unanimity prevailed among all the participants in the conference. The invitation extended by the en tente for Germany to and ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 February 1921

COMRADES PERIL P AI II I sI Ir 5,Y IG YT .C.,`CLL/RG & CO. d1 CHAPTER XIII--Continued. -14-- str The burden grew wrereptibly heav- Yo ter as they tolled upward, and several a ( times they put Marklin down. while they filng themselves on the rocks to his regain breath for a fresh effort. The to altitude began to affect Olga. her heart he leating rapidly from exertion. hbut she set struggled on. dete'mined not to yield. ern Shelby. noting the whiteness of her iit face. insisted on frequent periods of seº rest. so that they must have been more than an hour In attaining the rock ali platform abutting on the cave. Get- tw ting Macklin's helplees body over that en last high ctoni rumpart proved to lie wl the most difhtiullt task of all, and was wl only accomplnlshed by sheer strength, thi Shelby, hanging downward, with limbs braced against the rock. and slowly I go drawing the inert body up by the mus- he tes of his arms, assisted to some ex- an tent by the efforts of the girl heneath...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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