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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 19 March 1921

-FA-r CONCORDIA SENTINEL *i. L ]OUAT Propri ter. OFFIIIAL PAPUR OF TH] PAPRIB OF OONOORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, OO. BOARD. AND FIFTH LODIUIAN4 LEVER DITIT. WO DOI PE EAJ VOL. XXXX VIDI)AIIA. ('ON('ORDI)IA PARISI , S..ATUI)DAY IA.1('1II. I 19 1. N9. RADICALS "TARRED" BY ANGRY KANSANS STATE ORGANIZER AND SECRE. TARY CISAPPEAR AFTER TAR RING INCIDENT. 'LEGION STAGES THE TARRING i'wo Forced to Apply "Coat" and Roll 'in Dirt-Ex-.Senator Burtop Driven from Kansas Town Along With Others. Great Bend, Kan.-An anti-Nonpar tisan League demonstration in Barton county reached a climax in the escort ing from Great Bend of J. Ralph Bur ton, former United States senator from Kansas, and the tarring of J. O. Stevic and A. A. Parsons, alleged of ficers of the league. It was revealed that Stevic and Parsons were com pelled to apply a coating of tar to themselves after their clothing had been removed. After they had bee forced by the crowd of several hun dred men to roll on the ground their clothing was r...

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 March 1921

ms el Portsad, Me., fe he iees twenty years zad bee iied sixteen on sear bottles of Tealo. he seu nw eat three ammeals a day. "Z am now able to eat three square meals a day for the first time in two years." was the emphatic statement made. recently by Joseph A. York, wll-known business man and highly twepected citizen of Portland, Maine. " fI am now sixty-nine years of age, ad tIn all my life I have never run assess a medicine that I consider in a daess with Tanlac. I have just fin tshed my.fourth bottle and this medi kw has benefited me even beyond my glratet hopes. Besides gaining six teen pounds in weight, I have been SOlt up and strengthened until I feel a, of twenty years younger. "oer the past two years I have been s a mlserably run-down condition, and was compelled a short time ago Is give up all Idea of business as 1 wes too weak to look after anything. I was aervous, worn-oat, had no appe asn, a esered meet al the time thadigestion. Some days I would it sesreely anything...

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 March 1921

0001 OD SOUNS CALOMEL '5-D00M ~e The "Liver Tone" Man Warns Folks Against the Sickening, Salivating Drug. Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible iTake a dose of the danger ous drub tonight and tomorrow you lose a day. Calomel is mercury t When it comes into contact with sour bile, it crashes into it, freaking it up. Then is when you feel that awful nausea and cramp ing. If you are sluggish, if liver is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue., breath is bad or stomach sour. ji try a spoon,~1 of harmless Dodsoz'u Liver Tone tonight. Hered my guaranteei-Go to any drug si*'e and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver 'ime for a few cents. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right ip and make you feel fine and vigoroql go back to the store and get your eey. Dodson's Liver Tone is s destroying the sale of calomel because it can sot salivate or make you sick. Adv. at In Sangos. "It's queer how t these robbers all m get Iaes gangs" remarked Mr...

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 March 1921

Sentinl EVERY SATURDA' ALIA, LOUISIANA :ATtMDAY, MARCH ti,0x21 tered at the Post Office, Vidalla La., as Second Class Mail Matter .I..TNEL is not responsibli the views and opinions of corres ets appearing in it column, L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD Meetings, Second Wednes Ip Jaunary, April and Octo at 'allulak. Loouisian LEAGUE BASE BALL Al ALEXANDRIA THURSDAY MARCH 24. 1921. . The Alexandria Chamber of Comi e ss booked a game of bas between two of the best knows In the United States. TMhs fame will be played at the nria League Ball Park or y, March. 1921 between the te~as of the New York Amer,_ La team (the Yankees) an brooy National League teas ). The game be starte at 3:00 P. M. and the gate be pen at 100 P. M. The price a will be $1.00 for ene iaddnsJon to the bleachers and th the Grand Stand will be LTgesegur include war taxl Is Mnncessary for us to tell the what it meaes to witness a big like this. It Is certainly very hat big eague teams play hI pact of he c...

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 March 1921

GARDEN SEEDS Start year Loea gardea now b sewing tei folle tg seeds ai the ope- ground dur ilr the manth. We Cayp a Coa.plete Line of FERRYI 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 FLOWER SEEDS in Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY I o ral 82n1b idatos 3tt It behooves us indeed, to refrain tutm large social afara, at least one reek during lent, asd, as next week s iholy Week, which evehi. daenomi Satiams obeetrv, t it net expected that mety soeils will be given then. ?lls week too, the one previous to Mtlr Week, has not been as full of eats as heretoftoe, an antelpation we doubt of the approaehitg last days ot the lenton esess., tlek will be w1m to prayer and fstin, to at bthdssls sp~lttuly for the beautiful rfet of the hsteltide, the day of tu Lard's gloerIoo rw reetim, las ter Sunday. 'he host of freds of Miss .eeCdl dblsea ...

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 March 1921

AKAACHEAI IN SIDE, HEADACHE Nashville, Tenn.--"Dr. Pierce's Fa Write Prescription is the best med Icine I have ever taken. I suffered for a long time with feminine trouble. I would - become so nervous that I would have to give up and lie down until I would get quiet. I suf (f- bfered with back " ' aches, pains in my side and bearing pains. I would also have periodical spells of sick headaches. I could not eat or sleep and got where I was a physical wreck. I decided to give Favorite i1rescrit tion a trial and it completely cured m-e."-MRS. ALICE. McCLOUD, 1619 With Ave. N. drAggists. I'ilms Developed sad Prlated on delex We solies the patronage of thoar 0 Iah uer wUe Write for Kodak Catalog TI mln MFi IT -e. M uaa nabIL . hagI Is. WARD OFFPAIN I can jut tal by Its ea y, lmuatias odor. that It Is eoing to do you good m ow oenr youve said that! And thea when the rheu m tle twihembtidsd--slte use ed forti ts a bottle o Sand herp i yor possible use ti*htl A sudden attack may come M-.sc...

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 March 1921

~rlTBhsd aiWminb Winrn N< -.U ondoi. N Nr us MarM"wa f "sel kmýsseam.ei...i ~s e. I fedt .edel aý ______ 110 1 wesa muta des? and mndwebDae who 3.1 >. A N .Isa. tUU~Mjfm " 1M sr s "W blwlo/s s!Nsweaui at iwh 10 @q sith as4s mfuiag waans. Pwep yo knew ubuat Itmenow to Wve IW dtb& dads It inmw" scry aieeda s 0%,sdinmrn d~esj -o to teb bead, bek tea d kinseina y te timea. tw isvd aoiwr uszis dq a night en traeests,. P ým M did. .isqmiqh ad Dm3) wm Umrm tstw rutmI . . Eruptions of the Skin Cause Torturous Itching If you are afylted withe forum of skla disorder you are wel eqna-ited with the tUaing, burn tag itching that these diseases pro Skin diseases are esused by ar Impurity or disorder in the blood, and - ei. Is no res and Igenune relief within your r~ach until suck liplrities asa temoted. 8.8. has given "great satii ! tion in the treatment of these dil orders, tecause it is such a thor. A Secret Harry-"What do yol mean by say as I'm a fool?" Larry-"Well, I'm iorry-was 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. — 19 March 1921

-. , - wat t t - any other kiend of Wase afM peartiem ea aa s deas Stk pnmeuated soeerdsa to law. A. T. CALVIT NOTICL All lienses taxes all past due, and a penalty of 2% per month will be eharged from March lst. To avoid this penalty I would suggest inamed late payment. 3. P. CAMPBELL, Sheri. Better Thin Traps P a r l. WIDn AiADRUG C O. T Tm r UsATSA NOTICewk Notices heeby Yehast the OMEGA PLANTATION, In Cesner awe awgo e.BMak.sea s ,ma r o tra Lr mine tere s al AGOUN D RUG STOREWN VIDALIA DRUG CO. TRE.SPASS NOTIC Notice is girb slven that the ONMEA PLANTATION, tn Coeor WmUMIr & tas4 d thsreon. sl elao wlB l k erasly proe E00. M. BROWN SAVINGS It's not what you make that will make you wealthy. It Is what you save that will make you happy and independent 'AREB YOU SAVINGt 'VIDAUA BANK & TRUST CO. O0PICM AT VIDIUA AND FIIRIDAY, LA. Solicits your Account however small - ASWJt OKNMALF YOU PAY £LSEo 3s u w IL FlN ALL .- -N. . , UAS, The, Ete Mulnery MZoum - ar mmin uain aLMeen s....

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 March 1921

r,. THE ONCORDIA SENTINEL tuNT,Eftd. OTPIOIAL PAPR, Or THE PARME OF OONCORDIA, TOWN O VIDALA. L OSD. Am PT LOUIIANA LEVE DTIT. TWO DOLLA P TA OL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY 3IAt('II, '( 19 I '. ln r h1 , qau* , wo I rf rA m t.iml 1 nw"jn i . . tA a 1 o I I ... ... .  . I PRESIDENT READS ASSIGNMENT UIST HEAVY CALENDAR IS UP AS THE CONVENTION RESUMES ITS WORK. ASSIGN IMPORTANT POSTS Ninety-our Ordinances Have Been Introduced and Referred to the Proper Committees-Would Regulate Public Utilities. Baton Rouge. - A heavy calender fronts the Constitutional Convention when it reconvenes. Ninety-tour or dinances have been introduced and referred to proper committees. When the standing committees were an. nounced, these subdivisions of the convention had their hands full. Pub. tic hearings will follow each other in rapid order when the committees get into action. Another food of ordinances dealing with taxation, retrenchment and re duction of public expenditures, which t...

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 March 1921

Sure Relief BEýIMwS INDIGS S 6 BELL-ANS ' Hot water ' ~ Sure Relief BELL- ANS FOR INDIGESTION Clear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum Seap 25c. Oismert 5 and SOc, Talkr 25c. Warming relief Obr sheumafc aches. HE'S just used Sloan's Liniment and the quick comfort had brought a smile of pleasure to his face. Good for aches resulting from weather exposure, sprains, strains, lame back, 7C overworked muscles. Pen. 704 trates wuil~out rubbing. All 14d0 druggists have it. OXIDINE IN HOT WATER Ipproves the aspeties and esithes the bled. A tablespooful of OXIDINI In a bait glass of hot water taken a few minutes before your meels will bave a very noticeable effect ou our appetite. Taken regularly three times day your syem will soea rpoSd tols itsfarngenlngnd invlsorsesg eff eSand will them be in position to surressfully rmbas thgerms of Grip Flu. Colds and Malaria. OXI)INE tone up he entire aatem. liegitak ag siteoday. c at your drggists's. Adv. TEATEUD ONE WEEK FRE DROPSYHe ulre re...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 26 March 1921

MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Figs ontly-look for the nuiw ( alifo'rnia or the pactliage, then you :Ire surel your child is having the hIst and moslit harm. less physic for the little stomach. liver and howvels. C(hihlren love its fruity taste. Full directions on eac'h bottle. You must ~ay "('alifornia."-Adv. Take Car Marked "Thrift." "'pe, Iow tdo Hwe go to Ei-y str'et?" "You comle to it after fifty years' travel down Hard Work avenue, my soni."--lostoll TranscEript. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural gia. Rheumatism. Earache, Toothaqhe, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As pirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin ia the trad...

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 March 1921

Ihe Concodia Sentinel --- - --- - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIOALIA, LOUISIANA .- -- __--~ - ... SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1921 Entered at the Post Office, Vidalia, La.. as Second Class Mail Matter The 'SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. D. L. ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wednes days in Jaunary, April and Octo ber, at rallulah, Louisiana WIRELESS TELEPHONE PUT IN BY KEMP BEND CO. In the future, after the apparatus i, completely installed, the Kemp Bend Company will be able to com municate with their dredging fleet at Kemp's Bend, about thirty-five miles up the river, and with their steamboats, by wireless telephone. This company is one of the most progressive concerns in our commu nity, and are constantly improving and enlarging their property and plant here and at the Bend . We would like to see an amateur radio station installed in Vidalia, like the one recently put in operat...

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 March 1921

GARDEN SEEDS Start pour home garden now by sowing the following seeds in the open ground dur ing the mo. We Carry a Complete Line of FERRY'S and ERICAN 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 variieties of FLOATER SEEDS in Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY VIDALIA DRUG C(OMPANY ii t tt itd nrial 3trms: Mrs. Rose IHart has gone to visit !tl her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and ir Mrs James McCowan, in Mobile, he Ala. go V A pleasant business visitor th:.m w',k hb h,", Mr. Fred Conn, of Yazoo City. Miss, c.} Dainty little Corinne Murray had ta her second birthday on Tuesday even ing, the 22nd. inst, and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Murray, cele- pr hrated it with a pretty party, invit- cv ing all of her little friends to come i'l share this happy occasion with her. pa This wee miss was the rc:ipient.o f f many lovely jgift:. and g''od wi: he . Delici...

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 March 1921

"Old Glory" Means a Life Saved From the Graveyard The most impreNalve of all the varled miouIi. employed by tht IEuropcnn reliet oti'iil to I ho,-t it; fnilk for th z relief of Europe's stiurvins. children, is this "'.,ruetery." built In the very heart of Sin I ij', I.' I o' eh :l contribution made a tomlestone jq taken fromn tilth ground aiid iti American ihlg set in its pl ice --btaliti i g that the life of another child hais letii saved. .. . . .. .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. wr ýý/ S i3-i46 The uos Lmrt~iI\- ofull he arid niili~ elplord ,?·til I·:rnl·;l rrlr~r~·~irii~il~ (~I~ck·r f~ ~ir!l· 4. lli ý .. ý ý ... " may. '. st~i c~~uceT" iil n tle \-r cnt oi~ I Ii·~, (:t. I·~I c:rl l 1 1 1lnn3l oll~tn stknfontl ~rud ull :I rlrcln I~~ rtilisIll'r-? ll~, l~l;tll 1 /ec rohrcllt 1r lc~1siet Teach Europe Corn Is Food Must Be Induced to Eat Grain That American Farmers Offered as Gift. OPEN NEW EXPORT MARKET Previous Attempts to Teach People of Old World That Corn Is a Health ful and Appe...

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. — 26 March 1921

U Pi i'ce EdgarRice Burroughs Author of /" Tarzan Of The Apes Illustrations by IRWIN MYERS CopyrighhI. AC.McClurg ond Compuny "ARE YOU HUMAN?" 5''. psi- "1'I .. ,t ""r * IlI of h it"l '.H{". , l, b I t,.Ih t! b 1. . lllrn of O"l e of 'f:," 11. -:1 - 1 r. t, ri l,,tl "L+- :.:1,'r. t ,1 *" t 1, 1 , I. rIrI a rI , inu , rift , t .L-l .ta.i - III a 1\ L a- ', I I" Al 1 e t e1 ta ~ 1t.itk. Vrl 1,htn i I." i td a tr .'-I o.,, l . Oln T I i at I e nh I t . T s  L i III) h* Tit ,1. . hn."!" In t I, ýi-w from ' hr ifl T M. a r- 1N . In. Tin ,. it . ler i '.i r :.llli i-t .Is'ra ' TIn Is. 1,i rr: l : ,l - l I ITa in e i lTri t ein T in'th es 11c ~ lt' , I Titl , t, ' t 'Tl s t t' S ':, i+ t.T " . T .' t.. lT'I14 , T '. i t o I' t \ t.. t . IT t . T I I IT . 1, .i - I, . : h r, I h , It l l l o hf " ILTH T Tl, T i" l . ieilrTT IT frl0-i T . r . ,f ! ,t ts ls l al m, t clloi t ] A, 1,., , '.+ . i pito e l Is toll \ Ill, r+ tw .. r ,Iofa.T. t. tllP'., T ;tfrl v:l t1." + g.' ... . ." \. cI...

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 March 1921

CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $25,000.00 Bank of Commerce NATCHEZ, MISS. Your postman repre'nrltr this ha~i., aid we cheerfully extend our conveniences, accoinmdtions and facilities to out-of-town cus tomers and assure them of prompt, cartcous and eflicienit service in handling their accounts by mail. LET US SERVE YOU. ALL DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK GUARANTEED UNDER PROVISIONS OF THE MISSISSIPPI BANKING LAW. * S j Do You KNOW T THAT GAS WELDING CAN SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY? LET US SHOW YOU HOW WE CAN WELD CAST Q* IRON, STEEL, ALUMINUM, BRASS, COPPER, Etc. FIRST CLASS WELDING ONLY o McKinnon Welding WorkS o 121 S. Commerce Next to Holmes' Tin Shop Natchez @9000 0 @XO@G* @O0*f O f ea0 SAVINGS It's not what you make that will make you wealthy. It is what you save that will make you happy and independent AYRE YOU SA VING? VIDALIA BANK & TRUST CO. OFFICES AT VIDALIA AND FERRIDAY, LA. Solicits your Account however small AT ABOUT ONE-HALF YOU PAY ELSEWHERE YOU WILL FIND ALL THE NEW MILLINERY O...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 2 April 1921

STHE CONCORDIA SENTINEL : ,L. L ~Ihr. ONTFIIAL PASII o 0 OI 00o00 DOIA. TOWM O VIDA.L imOOOL BOARD. +ID 1TR LOr~UIAWaA L-BVEr DISTWRI. T .S AM VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORiDIA PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY APRIL, 2 1981 NO. 9 TEUTONS 'PREPARE' FOR A NEW WAR -MARSHAL FAYOLLL MAY BECOME TOO STRONG UN LESS THE ALLIES ACT IMMEDIATELY. BUILD 'COMMERCIAL' PLANES Marshal Fayolle Says Entente May Take Frankfurt if Germans Con. tinue Defiance--"Who Really Lost War?" Paris.-Marshal Fayolle, who com manded the French group of armies at the battle of the Somme and later eommanded French divisions on the Italian front, declared in an exclusive nlterview that Germany is earnestly preparing for a new war, and that un less the allies took firm action at once they never would carry out the Ver mailles treaty. "The Germans are pursuing military prsparations in an underhanded man nor," the French warrior declared, "and the allies must act with determi Mdiso now, for later Germany will be so strong that we will b...

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. — 2 April 1921

¸Russian Nobles Now Work Hard _hefugees, Impoverished by the Bobsheviki, Help Each Other in Warsaw. E LUImLFF IS LEADER Cenduots Relief and Commands Ad mirals, Generals and Governors Peel Potatoes and Chop Wood in Poland for a Living. Warsaw.-Driven from palace to boevel, some of the members of the aristocracy of old Russia now are peel. Ing potatoes or chopping wood here for a living. Five thousand men and women and children, some of whose resounding titles once brought them homage of courtiers, are clustered here after hav Ing fled to Poland before the Bolshe vikl. Helping them to help themselves iL Mlme. Ludmlla Lublnoff, herself a refugee, though born a princess of one of the oldest Russian houses and the wife of the former civil governor of Warsaw. This remarkable woman is conduct Ing soup kitchens. sewing rooms and workshops for members of her unhap DV class, and taking orders from her are men who once commanded the armed forces of the Russian emperor On her staff are admirals...

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. — 2 April 1921

A PRI NCESS Edgar Rice Burroughs F MAR A R SApes JOHN IN LOVE. Bynopsls.--he 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 eratq soldier, fleeing from a war party of Apaches, takes refuge in a cave the atmosphere of which has a remarkable effect on him. Yielding to his influence he sinks into unconsciousness, his last thoughts centered on the glow from the planet Mars. Awaking. Carter realizes that he has. in some in comprehensible manner, been trans ported to Mars. He is captured by Tars Tarkas and a party of Mar tlan warriors. He is conveyed, a prisoner, to a Martianr city. Three days later a fleet of warships from the neighboring state of Helium is attacked by Carter's captors, the green Martians. One of ...

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. — 2 April 1921

'EVERY SATURDAY IA. LOUISIANA WATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921 Entered at the Post Office, Vidalla, 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, Secnnd Wednes days in Jaunary, April and Octo ber. at rallulah, Louisiana LOUISIANA & ARKANSAS RAIL ROAD APPRECIATES OUR FRIENDLY SPIRIT. ! Several days ago the publisher re ceived a letter from Mr. B. S. Atkin son, Passenger Traffie Manager of the L. & A. Railroad, inquiring as to our position on the discontinuing of the extra run to and from Jonesvilel in the morning and evening. In answeaing Mr. Atkinson's letter we stated that in our opinion, Vidalia was materially benefitted by the change, and that we had heard no complaint from the traveling public as to the change. In smuch as these extra trains were operated at a con siderable loss, and, because of the fact that their ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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