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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 12 February 1921

DRESSMAKER I MADE WELL Folowed a Neighbor's Advice and Took Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Vernon, Tex.-" For three years I fifered untold agony each month with paouin min my sides. I found only tempo raryrelief in doctor's medicine or anything else I took until my husband saw an ad vertisement of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com ound. I mentioned itto a neighbor and she told me she had taken it with food results and advised me to try it. I was then in bed part of the time and my doctor said I would have to be operated on, but we decided to try the Vegetable Compound and I also used Lydia E Pinkham's Sanative Wash. I am a dressmaker and am now able to go about my work and do my housework besides. You are welcome to use this letter as a testimonial as I am always glad to speak a word for your medicine.'"-Mrs. W. M. STEPHEN8, 1103 N. Commerce St., Vernon, Texas. Dressmakers when overworked are grone to such ailments and should profit )y Mrs. Stephen's experience. Write to Lydia ...

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. — 12 February 1921

ie t oflG . a Snn bn V )L OL!UA, L. a1 2!ANA SATURDAY, rFERUA Y 12, 1921R Entered rt tle Po,;t Ouffde. L., P- Scc','d Clans r i!. .t.er The SENTIN':I, is nct resnr,o.aible for the views and opii:i'r, oe crren'V ponds'ts tapPprarirg in its co!hm-. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mxr. and Fub. r- DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. 7Rgtlar Meetifngl, S,,nnd Wcdnes 'a3s in Jejinari, April and Octo ber. Lt rallularh, Loui:;iana .__------ OLD TIMER We see in today's naper. thaf t':, deposits in thc nesrhy hanks have. gone over th? $15,500,000 s etrl,. Now Mr. d~th.or, this tn: h-e stop. E ouhI is an elegant t-tdi-. eiency. Why dc-cribe, th a hngry man, the stcd" ! dtinner one hai en ioyed at the Gruncwa!d or Faleco ers?-goIng over the mnenu dish by dish? Whcn r ",an is drowning, why'n stand on th r h pnk and recommend u to hi:m, soc o articula ra.othod of aswirnrl, : .wi:it he can save him self. rWhy cl: i.e on in and heiT, him out? 'h" v',itcr is strongly r,'c ommended of 'he tih.i's v.h;n the bell weevil first...

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. — 12 February 1921

G A D } J v ý ! J) ~ t A COM.T'L-i TT .,TO(- C'' : 'T 7 I' HAS 57Iz ES IT T`CVZJ7D STAT .T YOUR HOMT GARDEN '~A; I ' OW-DL` Ti- CC. 7 C V~dia DgTn Help h1, CIVIC LZACUs Ly I:.nr.:ng FERR ';'S : !ow-er S:: . I I~hirat utitnrnal Iit ms After ,:pcr.dfl = onm l t t: .it'. hi mc,ti:" . hi:,,i a. ir. i. . Car ta rturnetdl to Vidaihl:. Saturday o: la: t week. .r. Abn.r' " ::,'vell, of Shaw, La., wa:. in town Monday. Chiengoans are here c$ te often: t:'' e'k ^r. Wbcht"r 'M. t' Tora. fr'mi the "'Wirnd y ity wa " v or, S(,-. to loo6k after hi: bu ,inc: in- t A guest fr,'m !!telinCam, Wash- C :s 1i's ha-ze"! Landk, who is v!:.t her c, -m , .r. ia d Mr-. L. c ;. Purcell at Whit- H-lt. ,is Lan ,. arrived Iofds: mo-'rin comm:n ,ere fr'om Kansas City. ',`o., where -be had been visiting her sister. Members of the W. W. W. Club prepared for the:ae.lves, a barct i' p,c on:- night l't laCt werk v. hich thlurc,hy enjoyed by those r.r: and they can all l-e highly reoo:m mnr.ded as good cooks. A...

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. — 12 February 1921

MPIL ALICE GRESHAM DODD, am e'r of the Irst AmeriDus SqU' k1Uld is Frane, who give * e medlet or recovery of her ' eei a the wall-known mediaJn. .,. , • The following remarkable endorse Ieet of Tanlac was. given recently by Mrs Alice Gresham Dodd, at the rmhaun Memorial Home, Gavin Park, Rvansville, Ind., which home was pre meted to her by the patriotic people of Indiana, as evidence of their appre elatde of the services rendered to his eeantry by her son, Corporal James . Oresham, the first American soldier kiled In France. Expressions of sym pathy were received by Mrs. Dodd -e all parts of the United States, `tm the newspapers of the country 'rtled the story of the first "war ather." we shock of her son's death re meted In the serious breakdown of re Dodd's health, but everyone will lease with interest and pleasure that ` Is now in splendid health again. e seen at her home recently she ad te d following statement, giving h ent credit for her recovery to ire 1a w medicine, Tanlac....

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. — 12 February 1921

DELEYS "After Every Meal" Everywhere AU over the world People use this goody for its benefits, as well as tsCHICAGO Pleasure. Keeps teeth clean, breath sweet, throat soothed. Aids , -appetite and digestion. STILL Sc CA'A I*N SAND 8B7 Sealed Tight - Kept Right EI'llI -CI wyg -. C-euowi S. Se llW the Water wrbn He Di mt Use Any load to tM f *4 s lrteus Iuaconvemfrmc. I caused b* 4uiea by the lack of spring r1 T e truelle Is. prry eer - *M by the i" of bug trnt iank~I :;Isk the reb Is cauest. U.. tasy. towardu the brwkidug up 67 9008"a- water becomes ver A).slv o-n chcit, arrlivng. at a -ammaty. asked Ibr.a bath. Such wse was mrturalf refused. as r5 Only a lIttl, water left at ''Ptwtm e the task reserved for b~ ~m'peew. y the author of tswl. tMlanlordwon *ac* tile abu. wsers the ;ofity fmut usIn roundly St+melt. yarestf," dlbe latter ftVy. hl -q at qiehlag te l I as nat uulug any s rte of letters sa the pow Bans ot letters in the IM6 ~· : r i~ia B a r l r ~ a~~,3- afhtp [1fr pe·Nuts i'...

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. — 12 February 1921

SCIENCE SEEKS FOR VITAMINES Elusive Substance Gives Zest and Real Value to the Food We Eat. FLEES THE TABLE O'HOTES Sclentists Concentrate on Separating It From Viands, but Without Suc uMes--Differ as to What a Vitamine Really is. New York.-Food values are of es pedal interest these days of high One dines at. say. a restaurant in Vew York city's "Latin Quarter." tamed for its atmosphere but uncer tain as to cooking. The food is men tioned casually on the menu in sev eral languages-but the chicken is tasteless, the potatoes boring and the salad disappointing. However, one Is hungry and eats largely. An i.hour later, the pangs of hunger again matte themselves felt. One finally resorts to the home clebtwx and partakes of some humble bread and butter and milk. and that Indehnalile lack is satisfied. The reason for this state of affairs is not far to seek. Vitamines! At cach places the food Is deficient. In these Intangible and microscopic sub atances, which scientists have proved are es...

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. — 19 February 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL S. IL 0Us T. mrrlU. O POPI AL PAPuR OF TZZ PARIBME OF GOGOiDIoA. ToW Or' VDAL.. 3L, DOARD. AMD 1a LOW1HA& tzav DISTRIOT. TWO DOL.LARS PS TLAD VOL. XXXX VIDALIA. (ONEORDIA PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY FEBRUIARY 19. 1921 I o. : WOULD TX LANDS OF SGUUTORS CONVENTION DELEGATES WOULD SQUALIZE BURDEN OF STATE BUILDING. HOME BUILDER PENALIZED Arq~sTe. tA "a of yenn. r proved Cultivatablq Lands Held By Land Owners for Spaec. lative Purposes. Donaldsovllle, La. - Ways and means to bring about the taxation on a fair and reasonable basis of unim proved cultivable ladus held for spec ulative 'purposes should receive the attention of the Constitutional conven tion, in the opinion of C. C. Weber, delegate to the convention from Ascen sloe parish. Mr. Weber believes this is one of the most important questions-that will come before the convention. It a tax ation system is devised whereby spec ulative land owners of this type will be forced to either improve the land or sell it ...

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. — 19 February 1921

COMRADES OF PFRIL By RANDALL PARRISH Ostffgt . C. M.ý &Cs CHAPTER XIV-Continued. "That Is why I am coming hack." be insisted. "I told you I could beot." "All right." he grinned cheerfully. caieme along, then; only you keep down mat of the way, and let me do the .rtlping. There! now you lost me a shot! Did you see that huck dodge between those two rocks? He'll try that trick again presently." Olga came back, creeping out cau tiously and finding a place slightly beahnd where he lay. She held to m weapon, laying the other on the recks, together with a belt filled with 4artrldges. Shelby barely swept his eyes toward hena, his whole attention conmentrated Son what was occurring below. Soime thing was taking place down there, but exactly what could not Immnediate ly he determined. lie had perceived men moving beyond range, dodging along from rock to rock, mere glimpses of dark figures, yet plainly enough Indians. Once he was almost sure he distinguished a white man, through a sitt Ia ...

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. — 19 February 1921

TI best cothesfr row, sssde of stibersbrul cloth. They never hi., shrink or stretch. Sitc prtively will utttb e k n the iRat. Look hr I trade. the hack of the ct Dsusca oilper, Oen~ /o wir clotho~ aideat We m hwm of the doch osbº J.L.LST &LFZ&Ons 1..ir LDpvrsaed YE rm fib ". h i ttsr l taw ti n ° to 0 ci i;twJr' ~ I~~CY PI Kamemr Lot's IHav.e Wed' h Siba. Naw Touch tt do the wooe" knit W St o "faah*lo handmade - oaad wlmdla yam in Il vomem aco utljmtb i a .petp deame tor ompeL, yar utwseg. c~r to wwdwotm. al w*i, thevrne 1gw.~tr k~ - th~~ tht em. - -Ir ~''i l~;e"-l·;-~ S2a Nh~a 'ie- u~~d tv~l aa Will Tackle Highest' Peak Younghusband Gets Permit to Scale Mount Everest, "Roof of the World." NEVER YET SCALED BY MAN No European Has Ever Approached Nearer Than Sixty Miles From Its Base and Few Travelers Have Seen its Upper Slopes. New York.-Mount Everest, the Himalayan peak called "the roof of the world," ahich Sir Francis oung husband, the British soldier-explorer, will attempt...

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. — 19 February 1921

Ihe Concordia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDO. 1DA LIA-,- -OUISIANA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921 Entered at the post Office, Vidala, 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 Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wednes days in Jannary, April and Octo ber, at Tallulah. Louisiana PRESIDENT B. C. BROWN WIRES ABOUT FEDERAL AID. United States Senate Committee on Appropriations Mr. B. C. Brown, Presidept, Police Jury Concordia Parish, Ferriday, Louisiana. Dear Sir:-1 beg to acknowledge eceipt of your telegram of .recent date relative o the appropriation of $100,000,000 for Federal aid in the construction of post roads. This measure passed the House on Monday last and is now before the Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads. I am heartily in favor of this measure and will do everything pos sible to have it favorably reported to the Senate at as earl...

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. — 19 February 1921

F ··- - II I I. GARDEN SEEDS Start your bome garden now by sowing the following seeds in the open ground dur • inr the month. We Carry a Complete Line of FERRY'S and AMERICAN SEED CO'S package Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP CARROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH LEEK LETTUCE MELONS MUSTARD PARSLEY PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD SPINACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varieties' of FLOWVER SEEDS in Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY r ·II ·Il II -- I,~aru~rxrcr L nral anIb #nriaI 3itirnui Miss Cecile Ohlsen came in from Sicily Island, Friday of last week and spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Ohlsen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Coleman are pleasantly domiciled at Mrs. John Dale Sr's. On Sunday evening last, Mr. Thompson, the Presbyterian Divine of Natches, gave "church-goers" an; opportunity to attend service here, which they appreciated. We are told that Mr. Thompson is quite a favorite among most denomihations. Mr. Clyde Falkenheirmer of Deer park, La., was in town Sunday. 'Tis not often that we have m...

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. — 19 February 1921

KOW WOMEN of MIDDLE AGE ~tlY~; air Dr.adedSuf. fhgs~l ofC that Period by Talic Mr Block's Advice M -kh Dk_-"I)Iu at Ub w bellt s..lm and .ý e t or two ya I sy I 4h a 3. Plkham's S cm d5;etbd eid in aod S it from awe roar mdicin t my riimb an on mýpublish '--Yrs.Ro ::::::.H pin s. Minn.54 htmbina aidm tbatilotms oan= in ad alspsdsbctly natural W'-r ith~tJxri6.cU a train Of - =k 1 -II hoano the qsIk aq r~ arm~~r emly s tew at tapba Zveiywomm atthis na ~~U sldthllrrlock 'a rrwri Ify.. h,. L. dhtest doubt that IqJS 3 P~nhema~'sVegtabl Coam w -' hifr i V rrieeg t 7 S E. P rti Ym rn Co., Lynn,Y Ma, imm health. Your letter will be used. w aund anwered by a woman, eid in strict conidence. MAN'S BEST AGE Amais"od a bb srpr;he b Mr Alponma d bealthy at at 3S ifbe aide his ocro a &S& fo nam hmb rit "whs hraltKee 9- wN0; oaear s I -ti kmwr She4 asU Mi mmuyM.1te Imin.S faAWS.____ M le ·m. "U a1 mule aM~r cm.Mm' Mnms a;u m " mmU his tar SbIpr0. (I~liner KeC eJ ,'rr I Flb D~e IMMS !m be~ ....

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. — 19 February 1921

DODON WARNS OM[__ USERS It steryl Attacks the Bones, atvates and Makes You Sick. e6s no reason why a person shouol take sickening, salivating calo mel when a few cents buys a large bot tie of Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect substlute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid which will start your liver just as sure ly as calomel, but It doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone. because it is per fectly barmless. Calomel Is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated to morrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone In stead and you will wake up feeling great. No more blilousness. constipa tion, aiuggisless, headache. coated tongue or sour stomach. Your drug gist says if you don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts better than horrible ealomel your money Is waiting for you. -Adv. Who Knows? A Manhattan deader in wha...

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. — 19 February 1921

agaiwDe Npdr lmen fteuwd Featuese for Home tEadba m U I ý fi ýnt1 1111ýý JACK IS THANKFUL S NC alight la the playroom all the t y sat looking at Teddy-Bear, Ilorm Doll. Jumplng Jack and Jack a1-e-x and several others who had fret and legs. Of course. Jack-ln'a-Box had no feet er lt,s. and that was always a very pant subject for Jack to spe:i k Gheet, for all the boys who had them ratiser looked down on poor little Jack. BuMt Alight those who had feet and Alos mat in a row by the wall while the other toys looked at them and ilstened to their tale of woe. "It was just terrible!" said Dora Doll. "There we were In that big, J`A/O l jower. tub, where our little ier bad been playlng house when ItX qw daQr. That was bad enough, 10t Wb It began to rain-ohb. that Ias awfull My Aothes were spoiled l oe I thought of danger, and then sw t ar began to fuss." "I oL.e think so ' said Teddy. "I wl  lM the rater, whlbch every a te wmas lag the tub, and I Just sentia It into my body, so I knew I se...

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. — 26 February 1921

' ,' 4-.- C { °!.: ', "_ - c': y I. / h I HECN OCORDIA SENTINEL i . L. O.ITM , PrVAr. I OA.AL PA OF mTM PARR OtP InIn , 'I W I OrALU. UISA L DA ' ?ITA. A A IIJIi D. L e DOLLA S V1 4 VVOL. JXXX VIDALIA. IPNC(ORDIA PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY FEBRUARY :B, 1921 NO. 4 WASHINGTON SAYS HUGHES G000 MAN SOME DEMOCRATIC SENATORS PRAISE CHOICE-NO OPPOSI TION IN SENATE. CAN SEE HOPE FOR TREATY Elihu Root Would Have Done More for the League. Say Leaders, But Hughes Is Favorably Inclined -May Have "Free Hand." Washington.--Chas. Evans Hughes will I)e confirmed as secretary of state without opposition in the sen ate. lie is not the choice of many members, but no attempt will be made to interfere with the prerogative of the president to select his own cab inet. In the appointment of the former supreme court judge some hope for th'e utilization of the peace treaty and t the covenant of the league of nations is set n in congress. lis selection by Mr. Harding may have bearing on the course President Wilson...

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. — 26 February 1921

"Yes, Pet can way. They falling beneath The mil p iainl c easi n. ar~ose f an exi grouend 'tRandall Parrlrh squ.a J jor gr.' 3%..uk . .. . A SurL a &CO. what 1 sound CdAPTER XV-Conthwaed.y ·--S "eas, beyond that outcropping of e ; the trail goes down there?" he wi "uR, smor; but if you ride down, beside a 1w soldiers, they know." theyn in bedf keep guard?" "Ys. emaner; just below, out of sight, yLt where they can see. Whea I come "Yot a-t Wey were under a rock shelf to had gi ,"hp of the snow. Maybe they there he asi ",o, " lew many?. arm. "lrive, s"-wr; two white and three fight n *Sz. there Re studied the spot carefully Senor the leveled Geld glasses. and ithen: swept them inch Iby inch over Now ueow-aovered plain, lie returned get a, to the cane, and casit one more Ih ea into the depths below. then rywell. men." lie said quietly. were a will return to the squadron." these Itawneasy. with ten men., was given move amtttg-out job. the major draw- away. p his commaqd behind the 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. — 26 February 1921

"DANDERINE" Girls! .Save Your Hair Make It Abundantl Immediately after a "Danderinoe massage, your hair takes on new life. lustre and wondrous beauty, appear ing twice as heavy and plentiful be cause each hair seems to fluff and thicken. Don't let your hair stay life less, colorless, plain or scraggly. You, too, want lots of long, strong, beauti ful hair. A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Dandertne" freshens your scalp, checks dandruff and failing hair. This stimulating "heauty-tonic" gives to thin, doll, fading hair that youthful brightness and abundant thlcknese- All druggists !-Adv. Canada's Fuel Resources. The fuel resources of Canada are sit uated in the extreme east and west tiuti ithe western part of Alberta; the $ignite coals are situated in the prov inces of Alberta and Maskatchewnn but lying between the Ilimits of these deposits is a great stretclh of territory devoid of coal metsured tIy economic value. The 12.(NN) square miles of lwat ,bogs are situated in this area. HEAD ...

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. — 26 February 1921

iVER ATUJ1 Y UA, LOUISIANA AT, Fm3RUARY 26, 1921 at the Poat Offce, Vidalia, Clam ail Matter is not responsble .lues and opinas of .corres in 1t. odeumns. Q $OU*rRLz >gr sod Pub. DISTRICT L!V= OU ARD. Meettags, 8end Wednes Sb Jauary, ad Octo at tlulab. Lo the takiag of train Jgwiglle to V?4dia, _y the , tere hm naturally diis t a U to whether or sot this hardship to the traveling s at t towns en in  1 ion .was sodl up at. Je e o t he and ran -ot .Vldaia and th ip64 5e3s1. t  n froma Vi to JooerUII, laying over , we dot "i how this is Ohig to work a hard ayone, for the L & A.ive ech way out of Joevoa Iuh.uch aato the personal eP t the wi~er, the extra wees pas pri ni empty, we cMannt su n tha a fith of its operating mder the sw arange is greatly be.wfttaet, a goodly pay-Tll in and t her7eby hps u f way. It is not wise, in tlms, to dmand of a ht they rua trains for the VidMsa .nd Jesesvile should k "Y towurd th Loiunsa for it bas, un to the benefit of; nm ways. W feew ste a...

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. — 26 February 1921

GARDEN: SEEDS tart yvo *me gadme new by sewing the following eed In the open greaom d. ing the moeth. We Carry a Complete Line of FERRY'S and AMERICAN SEED CO'S package Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP RROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH K LETUCE MELONS MUSTARD SLty PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD NACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varieties of FLOAPER $EDS. in Stock VIDALIA DRUGiCOMPANY Carat raunb na13trm~i r% tInuteresting to the Juveniles little dance given by Mrs. at the Club rooms last week, of which was previously In these colums. The "Youngest yed to the fullest extent ýn, and dates were made with the lassies with as much as that of their elders. upry little dance has furnished idea for the Club, "me that of having a weekly, or even monthly dance qavjiles or better still, a elasa, whereby the young and sons of our town may t to dance, thus, rendering ful and agile from their days. mest in the McCrea home Is Ilineck of New York City, with her interesting baby are a couple of months with 's ...

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. — 26 February 1921

STwr Back Oat? Are you dragging along with a dull, thisbbiag beekamhT Do you feel lass in the morning; eter sharp twinges at every seodem move? Then themre smenthing wrong! You may never vre eQsemted your kidneys, yet often 's the kidneys that are at fault. You my have headaches and dizzy spells, tao. Use Dooa's Kidney PiZls. They have helped thousands and should help pea. Ask pour neighborl A Misdlsppi CaMe Mrs. W. W. Vann, el 401 Jackson St., Stark villa, Miss., says: "I had an attack of kid ney trouble, which was brought on by the measles. My kidne: s were weak and didn't act as they should. SMy back ached all the time. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and I was entirely cured of the attack." OssassbAwb Ias ' eseasaOss DOAN'S PALL .. i- .i..s C.. MW. a s .Y. Im Stimmb mtlil 3 l WI' r skinsg bes stomes diem hed and bode move as ther shold at teething tis. Omuarntesd tree freem armcoles-, ca ate..e shoestddam • arsta t as pro u i eate. a ssee os p s atisemeer h AI Short and Pungent. Er....

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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