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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 February 1921

7 ANOTHER the Way t Comfort .Otheb Women Please Read -"I had taken y two years myperiods iregofaLdcame two weeks, and I would safer ham's Vegetable and andhow r oo_ it had done her dan , so I took it an now I am regular every month and have no Sal. I meommmnd your d1 reme w help. 'Tey oftenare out no matter bow a this wa should try ydia ot g ot pomp relief write 7-nIL P.-m Medicine Co., S" about her health. itemes ahe in strict conS. abort a cold llpren.t com. n amd rloaed ae North, ith, s Semwa caM nid ?rta, with am .asea 7 .ws* ts to a Is c ~ mI Notart.e·u A 1.oL adIc I3u rtrD~I THE VERSATILE MODE IN SUITS ' i. . .. . T HE versatile mode presents us with conflicting silhouettes in soks and a variety of styles to choo(e fro.n, and leaves us to pronounce our own Judgment on them. The straight and the flaring box-coat seem des tined .to a great stcress; they are developed with many ingenious varl atiens In lines and trimmings. and have a youthfulness of style that is a great asset...

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. — 26 February 1921

IeateruwEr Featured fIor Horn :adýhd ' telIý. l II 'ý ý iltl~ilill Il~iltf!~iIIIIIIII~l 1111111ýIýI11III1IIIIIII FOX'0 HEALTH HINTSr tot S AID Mr. Ien eme sight a be all ever the hll to the bur, -Iee as dhiehea. do net buoe what is i ` ter teir hesalth sad I mst tell themw" Now. the chlensm were intg to a hoare by thesn vte ad Y rMr. Fo; ew right wel they were toetlh and mt a eonouh to knew anythI ft but ho,u soe oet up to the w orf dw and lshed to by standng lyea hi b -tsg peer lttle dears" he mid In a lead whisper, "It isa sin sald a 1asme the was yes are treated be Tr ebekem s were all ight sleepen sad epas came their eyes at Om. sad thbi rsted Mr. Fet sealin to the as on-t Mrerndl meaner, sad bow wee mthe to know he was et as skind as he laesed? to poop. -p clad an the hieks. It We want sem stah."i of enr m. as du, ys poer little deara" mid Mr. Irez. 'mt d't make i!'evtlryltJ, *7 F t. sr al b ..... ...te o a W as. wil .M me i an .:; ho q.o. a. dheratwls was soa1reewt meo. b Sw-...

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. — 5 March 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL T-L.. OyFIOIA . P,.PIAU. OPF FITU APA 0. OO8=NOBD& TOWU Or VIDAL QOL AIi,. AD FIFE LO. LVES DI)STIOT. tWO DOAZV DISTI Yrl OL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PA&RIIH, LA., SATURDAY MARCHI ,5a 191NO. ILWAYS NAVIGABLE WITNESS TESTIfES DE STATE SUES CADDO LEVEE BOARD FOR FERRY LAKE OIL PROPERTY. EVILENCE IS DOCUMENTARY Arugement of the Case Will Probably Be Early in March-Show Manner It Which Caddo Levee District Obtained Title to Property. Shreveport, La.-The case of the State of Louisiana against the Caddo Levee Board, involving title to several sand acres of valuable oil-produe Sproperty in Ferry Lake, Caddc Pariah, went to trial before Judge -Mills in the First Judicial District Court. The State is represented in the salt by Attorney General A. V. Coco and former Gov. Luther E. Hall, assist S at attorney general. Sidney L. Her bid and E. H. Randolph are defendini the lateresta of the Caddo Leves Board. P1emr l Gov. Newton*C. Blanchard h* s first witness pla...

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. — 5 March 1921

WraII. JOHNSON, .1 Perdeld, "* Ore., who esys M ge seeM asn done doe. May k d. n tils t fled who advised Mm So /y Teses. - Gaes Mhus wp-ds. o_ y;eu 4e. "Not In a long time have I enjoyed MIeh good health or felt so well gen meally as 1 do since taking Tanlac,' mid W. H. Johnson, 319 East 43rd t., Portland, Ore., who holds a re anemible poitlion with the Northwea Transuer Oompany. "About a year ago 1 began sufer g firom lack of appetite and stomach le and sines that tlme-that Is STal set ame r lht-I have teb s a pearly that I could hardly do my wek.y foed seemed to do me little l, if my, as amy digsatlio was bad, medl I est both wegllt and strength "Alter every meal there was a dll, iMnag paa la se pit q tma sboasach ept ht me beaatg minesrabi e "io ga frem my sour, undigested hat bed oeet m up terrbly and Slp erves were so upset that I would s aweae half the night unable to uel. I was esestantly hating blind "' ' sps and teeld set bead :ur stightes gap/ uitrc lt buti ' eriov bas...

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 March 1921

Magaine eep arrmeat SIn~er. rvIn Fearne for Home 'Reading gi l O' FOUND TUNDER A TREE N NINE e-er knew how it came there, but after it was all over, r11t. I' x, who visited the farms often er than any of the others, thought that some one had a picnic in the woods and left It under the tree. It was a box, not a very large one. but large enough to attract Mr. Fox as he walked through the woods one day under the bushes and back of the trees. He, being a very wise and cautious fellow, did not touch it, but ran over to Billy Possum's house to tell him about it, and Rlilly, being very curl atm, ran with Mr. Fox to where the box was under the tree. But after looking at it a while Billy Possum decided that Tim Coon was 'the boy who should be given a 'chance 4O.CY/,'OI St Inretate; that is, to poke the be: with his nose or paw and se what weald happen. S o over they went to Tim's house .ad told him about their discovery. ' . ' dW pot want to be selsh," said . ). "r , "so we came for you to...

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 March 1921

Sentirn 3Si EVERYY SAtURDAY VIDALTA. LO NA SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1es Entered at the Post Office. Vidalisa La., as Secoild Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not renponsible for the views and opinions of corres -pendents appearing In its columns. P. L. ROIBW1, E, Mgr. and PU-b. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Secnnd Wednes days in .*navsry, April and Octo bher, at rallulah, Louisiana PROCEEDINGS TOWN COUNCIL The Mayor and Board of Alder men of the town of Vidalia, La., met in ze~ular sesseion at the Town Hall this Thursday, March 3rd, 1921, and upen roll call the following answered to their names: Present: Hon. Philip Hough, May er; G. P. Blls, B. F. Crooks and G. A. Mumy, Aldermen. Absent: John Dale, Jr.. and Char les MoritE. A quorum being present, the meet Ing was called to order by the Mayor _*and proceeded to business. Upon motion, the reauoml of the .minutes of the preceding meeting was dispensed with.L The following billn against the Town were examined, approved and ...

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. — 5 March 1921

GARDEN .SEEDS SIart yeor bone gardea now bI swag the followlag seeds ia the ope gread due ing the mouath. We Carry a Complete Line of FERRY'S and AMERICAN SEED CO'S packag Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP CARROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH LEEK LETTUCE MELONS MUSTARD PARSLEY PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD SPINACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varietiee of FLONER SEEDS in Stock VID!ALIA DRpG COMPANY 3rtan ýn d a3tnril .ýfrmw Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Douglass am their daughter, Miss Florence Doug lass, are making their home with Mrs D. alass' father, Major Geo. R. Gor Invitations have been sent out b, our esteemed citizens, Mr. and Mrs S'dney Dixon, bidding their friends Ut the twenty-fifth anniversary of theni wedding, on the 8th of March, whicl no dogubt, will be well attended b3 many who wish to extend congratu lations and good wishes. Sympathy is felt. for Mrs. Phil Hough, Jr., in the death of her aunt Mrs. Pattison, which occurrea lasi week aL her home in Benoit, ksss, Mrs. Bough was at Mrs. Patti...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 March 1921

.ýr Either Way Tablets uquid PE-RU-NA ~ twit w r*" 1. c1gi. In~ L lo. 1. aoa 1M, c, °1 Maw . b r a m m~ewi s loo ter eolda, o m aPai em an h. It oars eaT aM M sot take eb b WIb1I D VenusM be me bourW Mae SSWM aea~ aea ff t wsasp to""dI the frted .et ly ,swsith ka of ým pm. u1 echee. You% znd ki Am~ frfutdca~u aEownbak Peur 3~mam~~u m `h r inipm tar. Yes +~~toh.S3.acIPIinm.1*ms *'al I AL -Oak .Colors of Royal American Infantry Returned olonal reiment d to xit, th olor passed nto the hands of certain families of Great Britain. T were Ss e -1 ~·r·.·i: RUUIi returned hy Lord trrenfeil through the British ambeassador, Poverty Spurs Genius of Poor Viennese Invent New Jobs for Earning Living When Old Methods Fail. SENTEEL DANCERS FI HIRE Rioh Man's Son and Wife Dance in Public for Pay-S8Ifters of Refuse Find So Much Profit Capital late Crowd Them Out. Vlenna.-The Viennese of the poor er classes have always beer. noted for Inventing queer Jobs to get a living by. The "earrlae-door-opener" w...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 March 1921

ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Take Aspirin only as told iu each package of genuine Pi.iyer Tablets of Aspirin. Then eon will he following the directions and dosage worked out by phlyalelia during 21 years. and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with subsltitutes. if you see the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can take them without fear fur Colds. Headache, Neuralgia. Itheumatism. earache. Toothyse, Lumbago and for Pain. Hand.Jn boxes of twelve tablets cost few nts. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlracldester of Sallcyilcacid. Ad., Of MNo Further Use. -fploshkins wanted to sell his horse, so prevailed on the local dealer to come and see the animal. "That's ' good horie, AMr. Taylor," Sploshkins said to the dealer. "it cost me $5FA0, but you can have It for $2r0." The dealer gasped. "That's rather a big reduction, Mr. Mploshkins. Isn't It?" le asked. "Well." Sploshkins admitted. "the fact is it bolted one day and kille...

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. — 5 March 1921

I.orsaake "'" Fifth Avenue 4 . c,· - SteadilyBreak Exchs lrWfls of Noted Residence Distist of New York. Ws. VAE LT LEADS WAY New- Excluolve District Expected s S Sp'ing -Up in Sectlon Where Near. Slwums Existed Before-Long Fight for District. y New York.-Stealthy but steady ad . a n'es by tradensmen, covering a gleriod oL ano.re than twIenty years. have vir t tUallY broken the residential excluslve ness of Fith avenue, known the. world ov0er lK.the holle prelinct of the Van d ilts. t urrie es.a Hnrrillnasr 1ilaIti, S arin otler'wivlthy families; tiue by onle IeaanlllOls which housed .ternatlionall personuges and gave to Fifth avenue liuch of its glitter apd fame uare urrqdering to con merdcal enterprise, aind the rich are seeklin hOlanes hi' new "ekclusive" parts of tlhe City.- HIeal estate sen. who lubve watcheld .ith interest this liggreswon Of trade. hay ' t 0hat wtrlelr decade will ihave wipe" out lb s hIt t hit of resideo tial exclusivene- in the avenue. Mrs. Vanderbilt Mov...

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. — 5 March 1921

NW Us Our Work" IT PAYS TO HAVE YOUR WORK DONE S RIHT. WE SPECIAJZE IN ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK ON INTERNAL COM BUSTION ENGINES, AUTOMOBILES, MO TOR BOATS, TRACTORS, ETCa WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS "EVER TtGKT" PISTON RING-A PISTON RING GUARANTEED TO 1IOP THE PUMPING OF OIL WE WILL GLADLY GIVrE YOU AN OIL "JUDGI US BY OUR WORK" wvamll auscaf i CAsthENAn WAtER A10 RPAIR CO. 41" I4Cu$ SUAStO '~a ~ ·A!'! If 16 Ate "4vi "Aaeý+' '^+" iyi AY^ ORDINANCE NO. 208. An .ordinance calling an election for a Mayor and five Aldermen and a Marshall for the Town of Vidalia La., for the term of two years, and making rules and regulations for the conduct of said election. Section 1 Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Vidalia, La., in reglr session convened, that there S be held in the Town of Vidalla, La., on the first Tuesday following the third Monday of the Month of April. 1921 to-wit: Tuesday, the 19th day oi April, 1921, a municipal election, at which election ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 March 1921

COMING: "HUCKLE.ERRY F" "THE PRINCE CHAP" WEEKLY PROGRAM MELZ THEATRE FERRIDAY, LA. AG DAY, MArCH 6 Two Show. APYRUHOON 3P. M. EVENING ?,U P. M. S"Mary PIodb'" 'urn 0' 133 UMLLS" GLORIA SWANSO`N lt W Apt MWu A MAcE4SNWWT oOO [ " Ot~itn i-4rnlO' TUESDAY, MARCH $ "E bMlts" "ADORABLE SAyAGE" ALSO d.:b-d" lmubp~ip igr WmEDNSDAY, MARCH f "iVol Strhi is" SENSATION "THE oVHIL'S PASSKEY" ADDED ATTRACTION "TRYItG TO GET ALONG" A XMabu.Wmett Comedy I - ", ·,' · " "' FRIDAY, MARCH 11 "Ni Mrt" "HELL'S OASIS" Adapted from "Th FIbids P!are.s" ANTONIO MARENO , Ll V iyst iry" ADMISO.....st SATURDAY, MARCH 12 in "THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS" A Paramount-Artcraft Pieture A ruged tale fo the redwood elope--of giants of the forest, of giants among men. Inthevastuarred regions of the West, a simple world of love and septiment meets a cruel world of money and power. Then the trim raus of the lueaer amps, with no quarter asked and no merey given! A picture of majestic power, of blood-stirring eonflet,.of t...

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. — 12 March 1921

THE ONCORDIA SENTINEL - O D--O-- wo no- PILL Ye as S. )INTRiI Pr.prster.i OFFIOIJAL 1PAPU OIL' THX PA= 3 O8 OONCOBDLA TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LVE DISTRICT VOL. xxxx -IALA ~)Ck PARIS. LA. SAURDANO. 6 P VOL. XXXX VI)AI4IA. CON(OII)IA PARISH. LA.. SATUiRI)AY MARl'l, 12 1921 l ARDING HITS AT bar A WORLDO LEAGUE W and to a Inaugural Address Declares for olpn Absolute ndependence of the Action by America. -oed WANTS UNION FOR COUNSEL mph sea of I Our Suprewe Task, Says New Presl- tabi dat, Is Resumptkin of Our Onward, tion Normal Way, Relaplnian the anti changed t someS Muh Help to ea Expeoted Frem the Wmen. han SALIKUIT POINTS IN milt THr INAUGIRAL erd Sts The redee d pnregres o r Inc epYhli., mmerwily sad spirit- a . maly, ia kisf pr the wh- to dim df the hrised plye a mslwelvemai t Ia eld wel aair. .... We de set man to be ualt We will aeeept m rpsiliy -espt as our - ewe enseimees sad jadgmeet, ad is eash iatanee may deter- as We want to do er pawrt Is ...

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. — 12 March 1921

A ZI VCESS "EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS A PRIN CESS Ahor o OF MAWRS .> . Tarzan of the Apes rid R A. o. Ksc r andl Compa)r STRANGE PEOPLE AND WAYS. Synopsis.-The author tells of his acquaintance with the hero of one of the most remarkable adventures ever recorded. From a manuscript left by his friend he has vividly set out the strange happenings which brought together a brave Virginia gentleman and a Princess of Mars. In the Arizona hills John Carter, mining prospector and ex-Confed erate soldier, fleeing from a war party of Apaches. takes refuge in a cave the atmosphere of which has a remarkable effect on h:m Yielding to its influence he sinks into unconsciousness, his last thoughts centered on the glow from the planet Mars. Awaking, Carter realizses that he has. In some in comprehensible manner, been trans ported to Mars. CHPATER II-Continued. -2 The roof of the enclosure was a solid glass about four or five Inches in thickness, and beneath this were several hundred large eggs, perfe...

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. — 12 March 1921

1s lamn, WWdsr of the Wor~d Is Deserted LI View tin Hog island, the immense shipbuilding plant which Lord Northcliffe called the "industrial wonder of the world," now an Idle desert of steel and buildings. Frederick Morris, whose portrait is inserted, is In charge of the great plant for the.shipping board. Yankee Sailors Expert at Sea U S. hirchant Marine Blessed Is With Officers and Men 7 Quick to Learn. CO .mEWS M O T MUUOUS esaidntst * Ships o row oo Fewer Mane oe*f Whme nIpeale les Ares at lka. ettedSam--Whatever may be the i utlarate fato of the American meº t east arla the American Jack Tar t has come back to hs own. This Is tao verdct of coastant oeaerver In t the sGipptg dpartment o the Onl- c ted States onselate general at Rotter dam, one of the biggest ports for American ships nt Europe, to which come monthly thousands of Amdelcan .ermobantmen. Thide Yankee ships' omcers and tailsh, for the most part products of oaly two or three years of training. 'bys learned t handle ...

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 March 1921

SATUMDAY VIDAL A. LOUISIANA SATURDAY, MARCH It, 1621 linred It te -podt Ofices, Vidaib, ho s .eC Mail Matter - ~r~ll ~tLis not t7Sribh for the *I~s and ;.duiir appea4Ri P. LtOUNTItEI. Mir. end Pdb: MITH DISTRICT LEVEE DARD. Rgular ]Metlal, ASennd Wede att .ý Luisian Need.) might of this week the ath boil ing mad ,w(ieec of Adam WIart, celomud, caught re and burned · the grond, oemvhth in both .I';tidb.IuE s total Jew. The is ~,eeSS~;a bout '"supper time.a g - "bock twow" loked mm ai e m desm of VidIn b d cos to jih 5U7 anywherei~. ~ cash ldº 7lit o b~kour odd sised -ul. sad.- pew w h, we ao i I $+O$aim tED be os2 att we Lr M no sn o be aat et tMi b1ý*tnt wvumc; rome one -..p M[r. Cimsuser Ia--Amld be p " . , ll ah lliw aned u f M vt hems rbd .1 hr..a wrench and 3!Ywui hm, eea paal it at once to tha; a as at t f[.' The other me* boho ,.g Rin te mald way. i I· u hdeing a stea of 1lml1 di te s w In t get amy hMeiwap tl. Tb.. we t) acll a aeir.mwd and eemnlne a veiW Al. wdt w sta untue,...

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 March 1921

GARDEN SEEDS ktart yeor hme lgarum mea by sowing the following seeds is the ope Igrmemd dar ing the mouth. We Carry a CompIete ULi. of FERRY'S ead AMERICAN SEED CO*S packagl'Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP CARROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH LEEK LETTUCE MELONS MUSTARD PARSLEY PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD SPINACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varitie, of FLOWER SEEDS I. Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY 3hwntatub on ~l Bnattuw 'TI most befttinj to psy homage to the Editor's son by placinr his arrival foremost in these columns. The splendid little boy came last Sunday, announcement of which was -made by his parents with dainty little cards sent out that day and the next, reading that "though scarce one day old, twas said he was worth his weight In gold." This little fellow has been given the name of Percy Rountree, Jr., and Percy, Br., and Mts. lRoatre are Meesving con gratulateios, which are justly due, for this is "iomie -fe boy." Our ride awake Costttutiotna Convention delegate, Hon. John Dale, J...

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 March 1921

S_ you know why it's toasted To seal In the delloious Burley tobaooo flavor. 'LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE ILLYIOU NEED IS A HAMMER ,UFORD MN ^ NEw To OR SIDm CURTAINS? A SHALL OUTAY WILL MAKE YoeR FeO.R smK LM NEW ll IAtS reeady tput as wil be sat Ito aal., gimp, etc. Made of Geaulee Ford Rubber VER SIMPLE AM You Need TO PUT On IIAMMER Tomale Cen Reasbouta ¶lp cover and ,,75e Top cover and a oa biek euranl., OP./ back curtain, @1.16 de ear"a, 9.75 Side curtalns, 7.75 If not to your entire satdlactlon, return, aud amount paid will be refunded. S Seeod Ceck or Meey Odr ABBOTT.& 00. isc. OUIDIOE IN HOT WATER S e obi b-,,e to . , le de "t werd XID ul wll lapre, the. s n ea. si trea c sad is tTh e real ea gne uUndrles 6. Adv. Cut# ura L ap Cleirs the kin a Keeps it Clear *ll MVS av y Men Lack Jl"..SL !t *eshre ab prep1aately 'the same t to utter a curse er a het bow pnaojy ie Iaem in hooulps which to SrDE NE" Mc~' Abie su A dantt A" , ' f 514rats ltamo hafr. Thts #· - emant esease- ''~~P...

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 March 1921

U . BARRETTE TELLS OF SPLENDID RESULTS Prominent New Hampshire L Woman Says Tanlac Brought About a Won derful Change in Her Condition. "Tanlac is a grand medicine, and I think every suffering woman ought to know about it," was the statement made recently by Mrs. Aurore Bar rette, at her. residence. 133 Second Street, Manchester, New Hampshire. Mrs. Barrette is' a well known and highly respected resident of that city. "I have not felt at all well for the past year or more," she continued. "I haven't been sick enough to be in bed. but I was far from being a well woman. At times I thought I had kidney trouble, for I suffered almost constantly from severe pains across my back, just over the kidneys. When ever, I tried to do any housework at all that dull pain would be there, and if I attempted to stoop over it just felt as though my back would break. I would get so weak and worn out I would have to sit down and rest several times a day, and I felt tired all the time. 'This condition mad...

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 March 1921

Indian Pleads for Fish Rights fIed Chief Recalls Treaty Made With the Governor of Wash ington in 1855. BEERID BY LEGISLATORS Prtests .Agairst Disregard of Pact Wbeld Recognized Right of Indi an.m to Take Salmon in the Yakima River. Olympia, Wash.-Sixty-six years ag l~ptlhe spray of P'rosser falls, .an 3lMban chief and the then governor ot Washington respectively pledged theIr people to abide by a pact. -Thim pact recognized the perpetual aghits of the Yakima tribe to fish iirtes from time immemorial the red mass had taken his salmon. The ladians had been reluctant, say in to Gov. Isaac 1. Stevens, "but whn you are dead.' who will be;,r wiatesi to your promises?" And twe IMversr had replied: d1 pledge the Americans to keep the Sinmises as lug as the mountains iand. as long as the sun shines and the river rmun!" C11lig upon these mute witnesses and snmanoning the spirits of the dead, Alid Mesatock of the Yakimas has mat made a speech of protest at the whIe*s' violation of that treaty...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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