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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 June 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL J. L. OUNTEZE, Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER E VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY .JUI'NE, 25 1921 t " --- " ." " "" " " "7 " " -- . . " "" " -. ' " '. .- - .:. . .. . .. . . . . . . . . - . . . . .. . . .- . . ... .- - . . . . . . . -  _.  _ " " '" .-' --- . . . . AGREE TO PLAN ON SEVERANCE TAX ORDINANCE FIXING OIL AND GAS LEVY AT THREE PER GENT STRICKEN CUT. IS APPROVED BY GOVERNOR No Limitation Is Placed On Rate the Legislature Fixe-Allocated $200, 000 of Severance Tax Fund- SudbsUtet Approved. eaton Rouge. La.-By a yea and nay vote of ?1 to 53, with twenty-two absent sad not voting, the Constitu tional Convention struck out of the taxation schedule the ordinance adopt d recently fixing the severance tax o oil and gas at 3 per cent and al loeating one-third of the tax up to 1200.000 a year to the parishes where the taxes are contained...

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. — 25 June 1921

BULL-DOG DRUMMOND The Adventures of a Demobilized By CYRIL McNEILE Officer Who Found Peace Dull "SAPPER"Copyright by Geo. H. Toran Co. "PEACE INCREDIBLY TEDIOUS" Demobilized officer, finding pearce incrre,,li,, t,'ldimi. irldt welcome diversion. Legitimate if possible; It,, crime. if ,, a crin plt'ively huimorousl description, no objeclirn. Fr'il#,,a, a s, thal. Would be prepared to consider perman, nt job if Suita(l!y/ im pressed by applicant for his services. Replly at once lIo.r X11." My dear Box XIO.-I don't know whether your adrertisement was a joke; I suppose it must have been. But I read it this morn ing, and it's just possible, X10, just possible, you mean it. And if you do, you're the man I want. I can offer you excitement and probably crime. I'm up against it, X10. For a girl I're bitten off rather more than I can chew. 1 want help-badly. Will you come to the Carlton for tea tomorrow afternoon? I want to have a look at you and see if I think you are genuine. Wear a white f...

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. — 25 June 1921

-- - - -_ ---- _-- _ __ __ _ the 'nnma y, and inm.edil CONDENSED .va.re CLASSICS N, hi there tikhis it r. irtkir 4,|:vle. She pre.'ssed--m THE WOMAN IN ; erhite. WHITE Marian I I new. Shy I" lan ayslun By WILKIE COLLINS l our feet N SSir percil Condensation by Fosco's cl Alice Fox Pitt, New Bedford, xehangl Mass. om. -:-:-:: ýthese tw4 WVilliam Wilkie pounds. d Colllns. the son of l a landscape and The for p o rtrlt painter, iLut Lady was born in Lon don. January I, vit he ' 1824. (videIie lie died Sep- tonl,ston( teniber 2.. 1]t', " fr'onds a After some pri ate educatilon lnt home he spent lont'., li three years in lown me I t a I ilth bhisn tle father. On his returs be became re-enter I a clerk with a by all. arm of tea mere it soo0 chants in Lon- cival ant do,- but tea was not to his taste; c ons I he studied law at but dire, the fameos Lin which to coln's Inn sa wascourts. ealled to the bar S1 . BulHrt h*e was stillI drittig he Woman was It e attr te o the law, though Perciva...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 June 1921

RLIW' =VERT-Y SATURDAY SL-. LOUISIANA S .,TURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921. Srrce at the Post Office, Vidalia. - a~ a_ Second Class Mail Mdtter SS'NTINEL is not responsible t - ti: views em] opinions of co'rres pndents appearint in its columns. P. L. pOUNTREE, Mgr. and FPb. F:FTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. p.o :lbr D et ns, S'cnd Wednes ,~ yi nnary, April and Octo 1r, r. - hdah, Louisiana tSt rDINGS OF FIFTH LOUIS. SANA LEVEE BOARD. Office Board of Commissioners, Fif:'. Louisiana Levee Distret,. Tal lulah, Louisiana, May 11th, 1921. " Th Board of Commissioners, for h FPifth Louisiana Levee District, met in regular session, at Tallulah, Is., this day. ¶¶e Board was called to order by the president thereof at 10 o'clock A. M., the roll being called, there were present .oe following Con:mis sioners: F. H. S&ineider, Pres.....E. Carroll B. K. Boney, A. E. Kell....Madison iB. F. Young, S. T. Shaw,..... Tensas J. H. Lambdin, J. T. Kerr--Coneordia Absent: Leo Shields-.....--Concordia. A quorem bein...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 June 1921

Everything for the Picnic BUT THE LUNCH PAPER PLATES flN SPOONS PAPER CUPS PAPER NAPKINS SANDWICH PAPER TAKE A LILLY PICNICPACKAGE WITH YOU Contains Complete Picnic Set fot Six Persons VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY VIDALIA ~ ~ IRQ OPN ?iirat aunb 'nriatl 3itru Monday was void of any happen ings, arrivals or departures in the .socials. Tuesday was marked by the Sun day School picnic given up on Lake St. John, at the hospitable home of Mr. J. D. N'eal, where all kinds of pleasures were indulged in, such as boating, swimming, fishing, etc., and Was enjoyed to the fullest extent, not only by the children, but by the "trown ups" as well. Mrs. Sam Lyons, of Ferriday, has as her guest, Mrs. McCoy, of Ray ville, La., and together, they spent the day in Natchez on Tues day. Mrs. McCoy will be remembered as lovely Miss Therodosia Shaw, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Shaw, members of one of our oldest families, who lived on their plantation, "Grand Cut Off," in the lower part of the parish fo...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 June 1921

EYERYBODY SES A CHAN6E IN FATHER Grateful Son Says His Father Looks Like Different Man Since Taking Tanlac. "My" father has suffered from chronic stomach trouble for over twenty years and has paid out thou sands of dollars for medicines and doctors," said G. W. Slayton, a well known Cobb County farmer, living a short distance out of Atlanta, Ga. "We tried nearly everything trying to cure him and he went off to the Springs, thinking maybe the water might help him, but it just looked like nothinag would reach his trouble. Then he tried dieting and lived on liquid foo until he almost s-tarved, but even that failed to do h:mn allny good and he just kept going from bad to worse. "I don't guess there ever was a case as stubborn as his. and If there ever was a confirmed dyspeptic he was one of them, and I guess he would have been one yet it it hadn't been for this Tanlac. 9L'he first we heard of this medi cine was when my father saw an ad vertisement in the papers from parties be knew in T...

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. — 25 June 1921

HOW WOMEN AVOID SURGICAL OPERATIONS Some Are Extremely Necessary, Others May Not Be Every Woman Should Give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a Trial First ::: y :; ..:::· nv. "..i::~::· Compound,aftr ithSd bes decided anpersuon was necessary; Burlington, Vt.-" I suffered with female trouble, and had a number of doctors who said that I would never be any better until I had an operatiu. I wa so bad I could hardly walk across the floor and could not do a thing. Mh siste-in-law induced me to try Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dit certaialy has helped me wonerfully. I keep hose and do my work sad have a small child. I have recommended Vegetable Compound to a num ber of my friends and you may publish my testimonial."-Mrs. H.R. BSaHon, Apple Tree Point Farm, Burlington, Vt. In hosptals are manywomenwhoare there for surgical operatons,and there is nothing a woman dreads more than the thought of an operation, and the leng weary months of recovery and restoration to strengthi it is...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 25 June 1921

an S ara el * ~ ~P B (/wesitrk/ei~v,'fd aw //Dcaar' son) 4 By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. HEN In 1 76 the president of the Second Continental Congress put his "John Hancock" to "A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America in General Con gram Assembled" he wrote It so large and so plain that he then and there gave to the American language a new and enduring synonym. "There!" said the delegate from Massachusetts, "George III will be able to read that without his spec tacles." And as he touched it up amd blackened the heavy strokes of the quill he imarked to his tellow delegates: Out we must be unanlmous; there must be no pitag different ways. We must all hang to *sther" "We must Indeed all hang together," replied B i Frankn of Peunsylvania "or most as auly we shall all hang separately." We Americans of 191 can read a let between the l es at these two hlatoric utterances, it we de a little digging into be Re-th eveolutis American hltory--eough digging to get a cl...

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

S. THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL J. ROUT , Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLAR8 PER YEAR VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY JULY, 2 1921 NO. MS LOU1SlNA HAS A NEW CONSTITUTION AFTER BEING IN SESSION 110 DAYS THE CONVENTION ADJOURNS. IMPORTANT FEATURES GIVEN Judiciary System Reorganlaed From Suprems Court Down-Many Other Changes in the State's New Constitution. *e* ee o . * * * * * * Cost of the convention. * Appropriation by the Legisla * ture, $200,000; first loan, $100,000; " * second loan, $2,500. * Total, $302,500. * Baton Rouge.-Louisiana's constitu tional convention is now a matter of history, having been in session 1101 days, its cost to the tax payers being $302,500. The outstanding features of the qew constitution are: 1. Judiciary system was reorgan tsed from the Supreme Court down. This probably is the most important act of the convention. The Supreme Court was enlarged ...

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

DUJL LDOU The Adventures of a Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull DRUMMOND By CYRIL McNEILE "SAPPER" Copyrigbt by leu. U. L.uran CO. "YOU'LL DO, X 10." Prolozue.--In I ~e,.nr er. 191S. four men gathe.r in a t.! ii I - .rn. i hear one of tIti q ;,tit't .altiIlt a plan to paralyze (Gre.tt Britarn afrilr i at the same time sei.e world lower. The other three. liocking, Ameri can, and Steinernan and Von Gratz. Germans, all millionaires, agree to the scheme, providing another man. Hiram Potts, an American, is taken in. The instigator of the plot gives his name as Comte de Guy. but when he leaves for England with his daughter he decides to use the .name Carl Peterson. The plotters recognize neither nationality nor patriotism nor laws. They are a formidable band of conspirators The Comte de Guy as leader is to be paid a million pounds sterling. PROLOGU E-(Continued.) -2 Genius that he was in the reading of men's minds, he felt that he knew the result of that te:t minutes deliber atio...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 2 July 1921

The Cuckoo Clock From Mother By DORA MOLLAN byr cClure Newspaper Syndicate.) Young Mr. I'epper stood in his own dining room, hands in pockets, pipe between his teeth, surveying the whole with an air of perfect contentment. ills bachelor dreans were realized. He was married at last to Mabel this was the first day in their own home anid they had it.len arranging their wediidii. gilts, withl dlightful lnterrup;tots to exlai how I \tW wont"r ful thIt tha tly two hadl tact and loved -and e rytlhin g. "There is toily oni fly in the oint ment," remarked Blarry I't'pler. "And that is--" Pl'retty Mahbel hung on Ilis words ex pectantly. "What is it, dtearest;" she asked. "Tle--the cuckoo clock, honey." "Thei' '-u-t-k-o-t i-I-' c- k," she stammered, "why mother gave me that -1 asked her to--I 1-1-v-c it, Harry!" Tears brimmed her lovely eyes. Harry kissed her and assured her that he, too, had admired those impertinent re minders of the flight of time, but al ways at a distance. "I never expec...

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 July 1921

lie Concordia Sentinel PUBLISHBD EVERY SATURDAY VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1921 E tered at the Post Office, Vidalia, '.a., s Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pndrents appearing in its columns. R. L. ROUNTREE. Mgr: and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Repalar Meet;ngs, Socond Wcdnes dais In Jsnnary, April and Octo her. at Tallulah, Louisiana THE WILDSVILLE-NEW E.RA HIGHWAY. Editor Concordia Sentinel. Dear Sir:-The Corstruction of the Wildsville-New Era Highway ap pears to be the leading topic of con versatiori among the people of the nintW and tenth Wards; and, rightly should be as these people have had in the past such a poor way to reach our parish site. Some 8 miles in the ninth and 6 miles in the tenth Wards are now under course of construction and, after the Police Jury meets on the 5th of July and reestablishes around Horse Shoe Lake that part of this Highway that was ordered changed by the Police Jury at it...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 2 July 1921

Everything for the Picnic .k V I;, BUT THE LUNCH PAPER PLATES TIN SPOONS PAPER CUPS PAPER NAPKINS SANDWICH PAPER TAKE A LILLY PICNICPACKAGE WITH YOU Contains Complete Pienie Set for Six Persons VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY r - II ýntl attub 'nrial itruui Tulane University steps out now and announces the best woman con versationalist among 'more tthan a thousand loquacious representatives from all parts cf the South. She is declared to be Miss Naomi Law, of Benoit, Miss., a student in the Tulane Summer School. At a student entertainment given in the Parker Memorial Methodist Church, Nashville avenue and Perrier street, Miss Law was awarded a prize for being the best conversationalist present. The men's prize for the same abilities was taken by Frank Ebaugh, New Orleans. Judges in the contest were un known to the participants, and the priizes were awarded after two hours bf conversation.-Times-Picayune. Miss Law was High English teacher in the Vidalia High School the past session, and will re...

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. — 2 July 1921

LEOPARD CANNOT CHANGE SPOTS Mr. Dodson, the "Liver Tone" Man, Tel's the Treachery of Calomel. Calomel loses you a day! You know what calomel is. It's mercury; quick silver. Calomel is dangerous. It crashes into sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. When you feel bilious, sluggish, con stipated and all knocked out and be lieve you need a dose of drangerous cal omel just remember that your druggist sells for a few cents a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. which is entirely vegetable and pleasant to take and is a perfect substitute for calomel. It is guaranteed to start your liver without stirring you up inside, and can not salivate. Don't take calomel! It can not be trusted any more than a leopard or a wild-cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tone which straightens you right up and makes you feel fine. Give it to the children because it is perfectly harm less and doesn't gripe. World Loves Sweet Smells. War dis...

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. — 2 July 1921

a [verlini diJiry Ta le GPAHAM BONNER SUN AND RIVER. "Hollon River," sid M1r. Sun. "Ilelnlo, Sun," said the Itixer. "You difot have th n it i :ill ria ht, Ii - l Ii',,. to - to that Iin not Weeýlling tears 4 al ,ut it, for I look so gay and so bright and so haplly. I've had a birthday party t t h I s afternoon, a and so I'm wear- c lng my beautiful rose suit." "In Swimming." "No, I don't have to go to bed," said the River, "hbut I take many a rest. You've seen me looking very quiet and peaceful? That is when I amn taking a rest. "In the winter I often rest. too, When the Ice King puts one of his best blankets over me and tells me he will attend to matters while I have a rest. "But I don"' go to sleep as you do, at just such a time, every day, or every afternoon. "I'd like to have a talk with you," said Mr. Sun. "And I'd like to have a talk with you," said the River. "Just walt a moment," said Mr. Sun, "and I'll wear all my very best finery." "Dear me, Im honored," said the River. ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 2 July 1921

cirici RiccI#Thdy And Its FuturE : 9 -- . W - {' 7-r .I :":ý~~. 4."{.ff' aa B1 a)V4 v fO ORTO RICO Is thinking and talking about Independence these days-as are the Philippines. The appointment by President Harding of a new gov ernor emphasizes the fact that the Porto licans were disappointed in not being allowed to elect their own governor. The new governor Is E. Mont. Relly of Kansas City, Mo., and he succeeds Arthur Yager. The Porto Rican resident commls sioner in the United States is Felix Cordova Da vila. In the house the other day he asked and re ceived unanimous consent to print in the Congree lional Record an article by Dr. Albert Shaw on Porto Rico, which he said contained "very valu able information which may be useful to members of congress." In connection with his request he said in substance: "I want to say once more that the movement of Independence in the island of Porto Rico has been weatly exaggerated in the United States; that the people who favor this ideal are ver...

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. — 9 July 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL omuTRira, Proprori ;', J OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR A VOL. NXXXX VI)ALIA. '(NCORDIA PtIISii. [A..S TURJIAY .JULY 191 N. NEBRASKAN PICKED FOR NEW-MAIL JOB TO BE COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF GOVERNMENT FINANCES, A NEW OFFICE. IS NOMINATED BY HARDING .Will Audit Appropriations and Expend itures, Also Adjust Claims of and Against the Government-New Office in Postoffice. Washington.-J. Raymond McCarl of Nebraska, secretary of the rn publican congressional campaign committee, has been nominated by President Harding to be comptroller general of the Unit ed States, a position created by the new budget law. As comptroller general, Mr. McCarl, who is about 40 years old, will have charge of government finances, expen ditures of appropriations, auditing of all expenditures, settlement and ad justment of claims of and against the government and management of all fiscal affairs w...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 9 July 1921

Bull-Dog Drummond The Adventures of a Demobilized Cyril cNeile Officer Who Found Peace Dull "s.app" Goewrs bs o«.aesL~a O "THOSE DEVILS." ynspelts.-In December, 1913, four men gather in a hotel in Berne and hear oen of the quartet outline a plan to paralyse Great Britain and at the same time sese world power. The other three. Hocking. Ameri can. and Itelneman and Von Grats, Germans, all millonaire., agree to the schee, providing another man. Hiram Potts, an American. le taken is. The instigator of the plot gives hie name as Comte do Our, but when he leaves for nligland with hie daughter he decides t" use the asme Carl Peterson. Capt. Hugh (Bull-Dog) Drummond, a retired office, r. advertises for work that will hve him eitement, stganing "Xm." As a result he meets Phyl l18 Beaten, a young woman who answered his ad. She tolls him of strange murders and robberies of which she suspects a band headed br Petersen. CHAPTER I-Continued. -- 'Admlrlng my treasures? be re marked. 'Pretty thin...

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. — 9 July 1921

WASHINGTON S3IDELIGGHTS$ . Was the First Killed in Action? WA DEAD W ASIING(TO)N.-W-ho was the first soldier of tht American army killed In actlin in the World war? When i'reslienit IHirdling par tcllpated in the (Premwlllt>es over the iodies of Iore than ,,c0M American soldlers at llohoken he placed a wreath on the coffin of Private Joseph W. Gutyon, a rnemllir of the Thirty second division, with the statement that he was the first American soldier ''who perished on enemy territory" in the World \war. The War department turnishes the available historical data on the subject as follows: "'The firl American soldiers killed In battle (November 3, 1917), were Corp. James B. Gresham (from Ev. anaville, Ind.), Private Thomas F. En Ten Norwegian Fellers Bane in Congress EN Norwegian fellers bane In con gress. They are all Republlcans and are all from the Middle West. The Nestor Is Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota, horn at Voss, near Bergen, In 1843. He came here a child. lie served t...

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. — 9 July 1921

The Concordia Sentinel t PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ( - - - -t VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1921. - ---- - E cered at the Post Office, Vidalia, .a., as Second Class Mail M;atter The SENTINEL is not responsible frr the views and opinions of corres pondents apoearing in its columns. P. L. ROUNTREE, Mgrr and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Secnnd Wed-es days in Jannary, April and Octo ber, at Tallulah, Louisiana BOARD OF ALDERMEN Call meeting, July 5th, 1921, 3:30 p. m. Pursuant to call issued by Hon. Philip Hough, Mayor, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Vidalia, La., met in special session in conjunction with the Police Jury of Concordia Parish, La., for the purpose of ariving at some settlement in the matter of the right-of-way for the good road through town in the lower part of the Town of Vidalia. The Police Jury having appropri ated $300.00 toward obtaining right of-way and removing obstructions, it was moved, seconded and passed that the Tow...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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