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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 June 1921

Insure Your Stock Against Charbon With the advent of the Summer months, this animal disease is certain to appear, as it has in the past. Anthrax Serums are preventatives-not curatives, and so they should be used far enough ahead of the epidemic to insure immunization of the animal. INNOCULATE YOUR STOCK NOW PHONE - WIRE - WRITE VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY 1 Inra b end orita 3itenui Mesdames John Dale, Sr., H. B. Conner and J. M. Davis were co-hos- wi teases at a shower for Miss Edwina' * Raynham at the lovely home of Mrs. Ith John Dale, Sr., on Thursday after- ev noon. This home is an ideal place for, society to meet and on this occasion M1 it was especially attractive. The an bride-elect was dressed in a. becoming ye girlish gown of blue organdy, which or made her look lovlier on this occasion. The hostesses received the guests in b3 the drawing room where Mrs. H. B. at Conner and Miss Cecile Ohlsen ren- R dered beautiful vocal selections. As co --iss'Sarah Boatner played Mendels- th sohn...

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. — 4 June 1921

Help That Aching Is yoW beek gir in out? Are you tired. miserable, all un down; tortured with nagging back ache, lameness and sudden, stabbing iePp If so, look to your kidneys. verwork. hurry and worry tend to weaken the kidney. Backache and an all worn out feeling is often the first warning. Get back your health while you can. Use Does's Kdncy Plls, the remedy thousands recommend. Ak Iosr ne(ghbort A Mlisssippi Case C. W. Ladnler, butcher, 8. Pascagoula St., Pascagoul, Miss., says: "Sharp pains darted through the small of my back and nearly bent me double. The kitdney secretions passed too freely and were highly colored. Doan's Kidney Pills did me so much good that I have bhad but little trouble since. When I do notice any slight kidney disorders, I use Doan's with excellent results." bOAs KIDNEY , a- m, u lt ams Lt ve..-B.m C., M. Ug. Cse a saa, Ml. t. ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE FOR THE FEET Sprinkle one or two Allen's Foot-Ease powders in the Foot Bath and soak and rub the feet. It takes ...

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. — 4 June 1921

ANOTHER WOMAN ESCAPES AhmbyT Lyd ap pond is T Si Georgetown, IDl-"Aftrs ma rst baby was born I ered so with my left aide that I could not walk across the floor unles I was all humped over, hold ingto my side. I doe toted with several doctors but found no relief and they said I would have to have ble Compound and 1 soon found relief. Now I can do all my own work and it is the Vegetable Com od that has saed me from an opera I aeet it aise your medicine too hih and Iteall of my friends and ýh bors what the Compound did'for s. - Mrs. M1AGARET MCCUMBER, 7 S. Frazier St., Georgetown, Illinois. Mrs. McCumber is one of the nnum bred thousands of housewives who Scen trugle to eep abouttheir daily tasks, Preident whi suffering from ailments aec - L ut lu p gd Itll all of n rnds ari d strial they would get well. Robert and Aunt Mary. Robert Demaree of Franklin, age three, received a number of Easter baskets and bunnies, and one aunt had delighted him by hiding colored eggs Aorta in her yard an...

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. — 4 June 1921

ddle W esf ofo Eure --- - '" 'k% h~i('" " "i "'!i 7":, By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. ONG1RESS is the frequent recipient these days of memorials by various organizations In support of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater project. Following is a typical memorial from the State of North Dakota, presented by Senator Ladd: "Whereas it is proposed to make V V such improvement in the St. Lawrence as to make the Great Lakes accessible to ocean going commerce; and "Whereas this improvement will in effect bring the State of North Dakota hundreds of miles hearer the world's markets; and "Whereas there are within the State great re sources that lie wholly undeveloped while the production of all things is diminahed or retarded by distance from markets; and "Whereas because our producers and the consuming public have alike suffered enormous losses In the last year by transportation shortage and failure; and "Whereas because by reason of these conditions the transportation situation constitutes an ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 June 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL tEOAL- - /O~UNTZEE, Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY .JUNE, 11 1921 NO. 19 VOL.XXPXVIIALIA COCOKDA 9 PLANS TO MERGE ALL! LEVEE BOARDS FAIL OPPOSITION USES "STEAM ROLL. ER" WHEN WEBER INSISTS ON DEFERRING ACTION. PLEA F 0 R SAVING FAILS Resolution Is Adopted To Provide Adequate Funds and Enact Necee eary Laws To Foster Agricul ture and Immigration. Baton Rouge.-By the use of the "steam roller" and by working a por tion of the time under suspension of the rules, the Constitutional Conven tion disposed of all business before it last week, and closed the thirteenth week of the session with an adjourn ment. The work done was largely ron tine, consisting of advancement of or dinances and committee reports, with the exception of a contest over the merging of all of the levee boards In the state into one body. Th...

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. — 11 June 1921

CONDENSED CLASSICS PEG WOFFINGTON By CHARLES READE Condensation by Edward H. Crosby P EG WO(FFIN(GTON stood before the mirror in her dressing roon at the Theater Royal, Coven Garden, London. She was alone witt her thoughts, and they were lboth se rious and pleasant, if the play on he] mobile features could be taken as f criterion. She was summing up hei eventful career from the time whet but a child of eight, cold, ragged an( hungry, she had been found on th Desniond quay in Dublin by an actress who undertook her professional edu cation, to the present moment, when as the reigning actress of the Britisl capital, she had the world at her feet She had many admirers and quite a few flirtations, but they had al been ephemeral, as Peg Wofflngtor could quickly detect idle flattery an( the sycophancies of the jeunesse doree which hung about her shrine She was a woman of the world, keen suspicious and cynical, and while shE toyed with her gallants, her heart and soul wete in her work. But o...

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. — 11 June 1921

The Girl in the Thin Coat 31, by McClure Newspaper SlynUictl.) 1 Broadway, c.h1ere it traverses the upper West side,*is divided into two 1 parts. Blet ween a brace of aullmple thoroughftres lies a long, slet'dler park way, a string of narrow parallelo gratus of fenced grei.nslard, scored across at regular inter\uis by the transverse street.. Down the westerly side of this double street tHits, each morning an amuziug hurde of ollter velhicles-pri vately owned cars of all degrees save thalt of shabbilnes, and squadron upon squadron of tuxiclabs; while up the easterly side hurries a somewhat aimaller stream, largely consisting of taxis whose drivers are hustling for their share of the "going dowvn" busi For here are Iassing on their way to the day's afflairs, tens of thou sands of those who scorn to battle their way dlo\sntoan by subway or L, and whlloe time is worth far too much in dollars aulnd cents to be spent on dawdling surface cars. To the humble citizen who cools hlis heels be...

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. — 11 June 1921

I beCncardia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 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. V. L ROtNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetines, Second Wdcnes days in JaTnary, April and Octo ber, at Tallulah, Louisiana PROCEEDINGS TOWN COUNCIL Regular Meeting June 7th. 1921. The Hon. Mayor and Board of AI dermen of the Town of Vidalia, La., met in regular session at the Mayor's Office in the Town Hall building, this Tuesday June 7th. 1921. On roll call the following were found to be present, to-wit: lion. Philip Hough, Mayor, Mrs. M. D. Boatner. Walter McCrea, Chas. Meorits, and G. A. Murray, Aldermen. Absent: C. P. Bullis. A quorum. being present the meet ing was called to order by the Mayor, and proceeded to business. The reading of the minutes of the preceding meetings was, on motion, di...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 June 1921

LESS THAN PRE-WAR PRICES 0 Per Cent Reduction On Goodrich Tires Grey Red Sie Tread 'Fire Tub Tube 30x3 Smooth 12.00 2.15 2.65 30x3 Safety 13.45 2.15 265 30 %3 Safety 18.00 2.55 3.10 32x3 % Safety 20.25 2.90 3.30 31z4 Safety 22.40 3.45 3.75 32x4 Safety 26.90 3.55 3.95 33x4 Safety 28.30 3.70 4.10 34x4 Safety 28.90 3.90 4.30 Buy Now For Economy VIDALIA DRUG CO. Joral atib Oiiai 3Iitnw Miss Anaie Rtrieker of Fort Adams, Miis., h the lovely house guest of her cousin Mrs. John Dale, Bt. Mi Jalke L. Schiele was in New Ottasm lst wl*k-and combining bediea ith pleasute. Kies illy Vidal Davis, of Natchez, s always a happy visitor to our little tbwa La4 week end she was -g at Misr Sarah Beatner. Miss 1dwina Raynham left for lwn in St. Prancisville on Satu aftr having a most pleasant visit the home of Kr. and Mrs H. Conner. a Saturday Mrs. . K. Da bw two lovely daughters, Has eI n a motored to thein ho via Woodville. Mr. ~gd Mrs. Milton Marke) swt little daughter Josephine te .,t andai with MK...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 June 1921

BEFORE AND AFTER CHILDBIRTH Mrs. Williams Tells How Lydia E Pinkham'sVegetable Compound Kept Her in Health O'erpeck, O.--" Lydia E. Pinkham's Vettable Compound helped me both before and after my baby was born. I suffered with back ache, headache, was generally run down and weak. I saw ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound advertised in the newspapers and decided to try it. Now I feel fine, take care of my two boys and domy own work. I recommend your medicine to anyone who is ailing. You may publish my testi snonial if you think it will help others."- t Mrs.CARRIE WILLIAMS,Overpeck, Ohio. For more than forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Co gpound has been restoring women to health who suffered from irregularities, displace. ments, backaches, headaches, bearing down pains,nervousness or "the blues. ' Today there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein some woman does not reside who has been 1 made well by it. That is why Lydia E. t Pinkham'R Vegetable Compound is...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 June 1921

omen should be made artistic, sanitary and livable. These walls should be Alabastined in the latest, up-to-the-minute nature color tints. Each room should reflect your own individuality and the treatment throughout be a complete perfect harmony in colors. The walls of the old home, whether mansion or cottage, can be made just as attractive, just as sanitary, through the intelligent use of Instead of kalsomine or wallpaper How much better, when you have a new home, to start right than to have to correct errors afterward from former treatment with other materials, when you come to the use of Alabhastine, as does nearly every one sooner or later. Once your walls are Alabastined you can use any material ovea t should you desire, but having used Alabastine you will have no desire for any other treatment. Alabastine is so easy to mix and apply-so lasting in its results- so abso. lately maitary-and so generally rc;sI d as the proper decorative material in a class by Itself that it is becom...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 11 June 1921

.-..S-. "...,...-""ý fi e nur thne ,I rl . 5.***** s.., •., .,:,. .'" N .. • " . ..... ........ .. N- .. 1 x i4 ,, v .,,--. ,.d.H~m • i#too By JOHN F. THORNTON, JR (From the American Boy, Detroit). REMEMBER distinctly the parting words of my old schoolmaster that June morning my class graduated. "What are you fellows going to do now?" he asked. "I suppose every one here has several ideas of what he would like to be fiut terhtg around in his head. It's pretty hard to decide between them * on a day like this-when the fish are biting up in 'Old Sandy.'' "My advice to each one of you Is to get your fishing pole and carry the question along with you. Near the shores -t 'Old Sandy' you will find schools of polllwoga. Learn a lesson from them. "These polliwogs are on their way to froghood. You fellows are on your way to manhood. But the 'olliiwogs are not in any particular hurry. I don't think you'll find them trying to leap around and lift their voices like frogs. As a matter of fact 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. — 18 June 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL . . L. ROUNTRE, Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY ,JUNE, 1 1921 NO. 'O CLOSE VOTE OPENS WAY TO INCOME TAXI CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ADOPTS AMENDMENT OF. FERED BY JUDGE REID. LEGISLATURE WILL DECIDE Sullivn Amendment Guaids Rights of Municipalities and Parlshee-Fix Maximum Taxation of Corpora. tions Ovming RAilroads. Baton Rouge.-The Legislature will have the right after May 1, 1924, to : s levy a state income tax not to ex coeed 3 per cent. This authority was granted when the Constitutional Convention adopted an amendment to this effect introduc ed by Judge Robert R. Reid, of Amite. The levying of the income tax is thus left to the next Legislature to be elected by the people as that new body will be inaugurated in May, 1924. Nothing Is final in this convention until the constitution is finally adopted, ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 June 1921

-S -4 OLD HEN'S YARD STICK. Irene and Helen, two little sisters, went to visit their grandmother in the country. It was their first visit away from the city and they were surprised and delighted at everything. They were especially interested in the chickens and loved to hunt for the newly-laid eggs. Their grandmother cautioned the children never to take away the nest egg. Their strife to see which could find the most eggs was great. One morning Irene reached a nest first. Seizing the forbidden egg, she started for the house. "Oh, grandmother!" shouted Helen, hurrying after her sister, "Irene's got .the egg the old hen measures by 1" IN AFRICA Peliean-There goes Hippo on the tay to the Jungleville mask baiL But why all those spots painted on his hide. Parrot-Oh, that is his ball costume. Se's going as a giraffe. Honest at Least. L r of House-Most of the things you wash are torn to pleces. The Laundress-Yes, ma'am-but wham a thing Is ter in two pieces, a'am. I' only charg you for one...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 June 1921

COLONIAL HOUSE SALWAYS IN STYLE Its Simplicity, Quaintness and Comfort Are Irresistible. NEVER LOSES ITS APPEAL Fundamentally It Embodies All That Goes to Make the Home the Cen ter of Life-Can Be Built at a Cost Within Reason. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he is. without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. tadford, No. 1817 Prairie avenue, Chicago, Ill., and only Inclose two-cent stamp for reply. When the early settlers came to the western continent they had certain ideas on homebuilding which they had brought from Europe. In England the predominating type of architec ture was known as Georgian. It called for simplicity and dignity and a cer tain quaintness that made hospitality the cornerstone of the home. Once ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 June 1921

the Concordia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIO4LIA, LOUISiANA SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921 .E 'tered pt the Post Office. Vidalia, La., as Second Class Mail Matter hie SENTTINFL is not responsible f'r the views and opin;ons of ccrres pondents appearing in its column-. P. L ROUNTREE, M-r and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regtulsr fectincs, SE cnnd Wednes - ays in Tpunnar-, April anr.d Octo ber, Lt Tallulah, Louisiana THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER The local newspaper mu-t always be the mainstay of any advertising campaign designed to catch the eye of the masses of the penole-the buy ing public. By no other means can so large a propcrtion of the beet trade of the community he reached. The local merchant should not get this idea: "On, my dear fellow. I can not !ay off my clerk without losing him; I cannot change my location without losing-it; I cannot suspend my insur ance-but Advertising, that is dif ferent! Advertising is a faithful dog. I can kick him into the street when ever I feel like i...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 June 1921

LESS THAN PRE-WAR PRICES 20 Per Cent Reduction On Goodrich Tires Grey Red Size * Tread Tire Tube Tube 30x3 Smooth 12.00 2.15 2.65 30x3 Safety 13.45 2.15 2.65 30x3% Safety 16.00 2.55 3.10 32x3 ; Safety 20.25 2.90 3.30 31x4 Safety 22.40 3.45 3.75 32x4 Safety 26.90 3.55 3.95 33x4 Safety 28.30 3.70 4.10 34x4 Safety 23.90 3.90 4.30 Buy Now For Economy VIDALIA DRUG CO. oaral anb oartal 3ftem Therl is quite a lull in the social life this week, due, no doubt, to the bxtreme hfat. Miss Stella Lessley wab called home bne day during the week on account bf the indispohition of her father, Mr. James Lessley, but we hope he has recovered ere this. 4 Thb B. V. D.'s and the W. W. W.'s had a reunion on Lake St .John Wed nesdaý evening, where the usual pleasures of a moonlight ride, swim ming, rowing, etc., terminated with on Eictrean feast. Baby Rountree has been on the sick list this week, but we hope the ittle fellow is now alright. Always welcome is Mrs. J. L. (Car keeo, who, with her lovely lit...

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. — 18 June 1921

ODOSONJ KILLING USE OF CALOMEL Says Drug Id Mercury and Acts Like Dynamite on Your Liver. Dodson Is making a hard fight against calomel in the South. Every druggist has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel. They all give the same reason, Dodson's Liver Tone is taking Its place. "Calomel is dangerous and people know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is perfectly safe and gives better results," said a prominent local druggist. Dod son's Liver Tone is personally guaran teed by every druggist. A large bottle costs but a few cents, and if it fails to give 'easy relief in every case of liver sluggishness and constipation, you have only to ask for your money back. Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up j feeling fine; no biliousness, sick head ache. acid stomach or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause incon venience all the next day like violent calomel. Take a dose of...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 June 1921

FROM REMOTEST PARTS OF GLOBE lac Elements Come From Many Lands Far Away From Here. The Ingredients from which the cele brated uumetcine Tunlac is made, collme from remote -ections of the earth. and are transported thousands of miles over land and sea to the great Tanlac Laboratories at uDaytoc, Ohio, and Walkersville, Canadla. The Alps, Appenlnes, Pyrenees, Rus sian Asia, Brazil, W\est Indies, Rocky Mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, India, Mexlco Columbia and Peru are among the far away points from which the principal properties of this re markable preparation are obtained. " What is isail to lie the largest phar maceutical laboratory in the United States llS beet l '.mpleteid t Dayton, Ohio, for tie tmi:anufrcture of Tanlae, which, aco''rdilng to recent reports, is now having the largest sale of any medicine of its kirnd in the world, over 211..(5w.w)0 bottles having been sold in six years. Tle . new plant occupies 1C).000( square feet of thlor space and has a daily capacity of 5~4)...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 18 June 1921

F / spenslonDridg e M Ae .. ýh CD.011 rand Ca CSS . n 0 C, a 1CO 5N(HECOCW /1/A `4' s .._.. . -4 · aaj ." . . . "'L ". .. Ii;, 5 Eu. SUSPENSION bridge across the Col orado river in the depths of the Granite gorge in Grand Canyon Na tional park! That means that you and your horse can get across the Grand canyon from El Tovar to the North rim. And that means that you will get some entirely new views of the Grand canyon and of the surrounding country. For the North b 1,500 feet higher than the South rim. Presumably you will be able to use' this suspen alon bridge this season. The national park service Is working on the bridge now and has been for Nsme time. But you can easily guess that building this bridge is some considerable job-especially if You have ever traveled Bright Angel trail, down which all the materials and tools have to be packed. Anyway, here's a sample of the kind of d gs that may happen any minute on that mous trail. Homer J. Armn Is one of the packers engaged In S pt...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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