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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 9 July 1921

Everything for the Picnic BUT THE LUNCH PAPER PLATES TIN SPOONS PAPER CUPS PAPER NAPKINS SANDWICH PAPER TAKE A LILLY PICNICPACKAGE WITH YOU Contains Complete Picnic Set for Six Persons VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY __ __-_ __. ~--------------J ýarrmtl an' ýº .n ·Q mm ML fal rllame IN Mr. Homer Smith is home 4 Shreveport. H TUNES Pleasant visitors to Mr. and WusloCould Sohn Dale, S.., this week have Listen. IMrs. Blanchard Turner and inte ing little daughter, Gwendolyny back In Alexandria, La. Mrs. Turner is, in a 8t "nembered as Miss Vivian Blackrl to th a valued member of the V. H.4o. 1 Jas Faculty of 1917. imen dlI _e muste Mr. Ernest Purcell, of Glen All time he Miss., spent a few days w:th his bent with ther and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. no such Purcell at White Hall. d bored parently Unusually enlivened has been opecullar little "Burg" this week, with a "hi: friend: meeting of the Police Jury, a mesrds hey ing of the Town Council and a met Ing of the School Board. Vital queu pore tions we...

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. — 9 July 1921

WOULD CO FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE Tennessee Farmer Wants to Go From House to House and N Tell Everybody About Tanlac. "If I were not so busy with my farm work I would go from house to house and tell the people about Tan- -_ IaC," said A. J. Livingston, a well known farmer, living near Ashland City, Tenn. "I had stomach and kidney trouble and suffered torment with my back and side. The doctors could do noth ing for me, so I wrote to a friend of mine in Nashville about Tan!ac, and he advised me to try it. saying lie had ti heard so many favorable reports about c it and sent me a bottle. "After taking the first bottle I felt o so much better that I ordered another " bottle myself and the result is I am ii a well man. I told a friend of mine fl about it and ordered a bottle for him c and he had good results. I can eat sI anything I want and it don't hurt me. and can sleep like a log. To tell you 21 the truth, I just simply feel like a new c man and have more strength and en- d orgy than I ha...

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. — 9 July 1921

tt to all Wem leaders of this Paper Ihemsade upon thousands of women h' kidmer or bladder trouble and never SAspeet it. SW e m'Y *mplaints often prove to be but kidney trouble, or the S _o kidney .r bladder disease. . the kadneys are not in a healthy con dition; they may eat re the other organs to become disease'1 You may suffer pain in the back, head aehe and lose of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irrita bMe and may be despondent; it makes any ens so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Klmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such eaditions. Many send for a sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Alhmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., yee asy receive sample size bottle by Parcel Pst. You can purchase medium and heg alse bottles at all drug stores. EASY TO DISTINGUISH TUNES Swn One Unfamiliar With Music Ceuld Tell the Di...

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. — 9 July 1921

: Y:".. ': 4 : 7..·· .' '. ---A ? 1,4' *+ir .9l %- "r S... 1011, ý Ii ^ýý w.: "N(f - ,ýý^^yýý, Y r ý *ROCXYtA7/ or1//r + Berth~ou~d ! ' /-RNOOWWV~ MCU4, 4V A",J~4 J4J~OI, *'AW AO 11. * .4'9VI Awd e MiA* *AS)&MaAe Awwer Wid darea 4 By JOHN DICKINSON 8HERMAN. OTORING on the Roof of the World -that Is what the visitors to the Rocky Mountain National park are dotl this summer. For the famous Fait Riven oead over the Continental Divide is open at last. This wonder road climbs up 11,797 feet into the turquoisae blue at the Colorado sky sad for several ailes runs high above tlmsd ometimes far above the clouds. The eompletion of this automobile way through Rocky Mountain is of national Ilterest and importances Since tI most popular of all the nabltto parka (uS) atteadens: 240, 06 slitoae; 00S,0 petVate automobiles) was as tSbllhed in 1125 It bas been vislted by 781.141 people and 145,842 private automobiles from every 'taok and cranny of the United States. Ritherto only the able-bodied ...

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. — 16 July 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL OUNTREE, Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR VOL,. (XXX .VIi)AIA, (t'(ONORDIA PAlhISl, LA.. SA'I'UlDAY .II'YA, 16 19"21 No. " .... :.! ! 4 ; a.. / t I Y ··AW •  ,. --<.". Firs[ pnotographs in the open oIf the United States navy's new dirigible, just completed at Bedford, England. 1--Ted to the mnodlrytg mast. '-Emerging from the hangar. 3-The new United States battleship Mary land on her way to sea for her official trials. HEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Smuts' Efforts Bring Renewed Hope of Settlement of the Irish Trouble. MAY QUIT "REPUBLIC" IDEA De Valera and Others Show Disposi tion to Yield-No Improvement in Near Eastern Mess--Germany Expects Coup d'Etat Tariff Fight is On. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. The entry of Jan Christian Smuts Into the peace negotiations changed the Irish 4lttqpth over night. The South African premier Is regarded as one of the most as...

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. — 16 July 1921

* BULL-DOG DRUMMOND The Adventures of A Demobilized Officer Who round Peace Dull k CYRIL- WNEILE (¶ M"SAPPER"  Ill~ustrations by Cy IRWIhN MYERS : at Copyright by Geo H Doran Co "COM,1E ON, LOYS!" Byncp's -In UI.rembhr. 191c, four mrnen g.lti r in oa tour. in : rn.e and hear ore of th,* 1,t!rtv tirl.ne a planI to p ralryz, ;r-rit l:rt:!un and atll the r.lram tine s'. " un~,rd! p,.wa.r. Th,. ro ., r I t,! k l .'kL,, . .\t ..rt - t, . r h s. ; 1n ! r, .tarst ' crý," , Hir rn r ]'otts, Tan .*rIn .r ,in. Is taken in. T'Le insti tor of tl' plot g;vs his name ar s . (n it 11 e ." I ;'v, ,lit when he leaves f,,r Ehr:l:and with his daiught,.r he1, ides to use the nfimi. Carl 'l.Peterr.,n c'apt. Ituigh (tull-Dr-L, Ilrumrrnrl,,n a ret red oftl"'er, advlertiss for work that will give him exltetme.nt, sic'zng 'XI7." As a result he meets I'hyl Its Renton, a young W.oman who answered his ad. She tells him of strange murders and robberies of which she suspects a band headed by Peterson and Henr...

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. — 16 July 1921

GRAHAM BONNER - r GER SWALLOWTAIL - 'ie summer is here," said D: .nlk It is nice to hear about the rs ,ral the birds and thet but terh es and all the lovely summer thinis." "So do we," said Nancy. "Anld were hearing about them, too," said Nick. "Yes," said Daddy, "that Is why I want to ha' e so manr;y of the butter flies and birds anl the flowers tell their. stories. "And ',\ w the Tiger Swallowtail Buttertly's story is to be told. "'lin the 'lier Swallowtaiil butter fly,' sail! the Tugar S\allowtalil butter fly to ',rm of the other butterfliesfly ing abolut tilte flowers. "'Now a tiger Is an animal, but of course a Tiger Swallowtall Is a but tertly. "'But It is fine to be a butterfly and yet to Ihe named after such a beautiful and wild and jpowerful animal as the tiger. "'We have yellow and black stripes so in that way we look like tigers. For they are striped, too, you know. "'To be sure we don't look much like tigers in other ways. We aren't big like they are. We don't walk ab...

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. — 16 July 1921

1aker Esiake RNo0 :A S0 oo,0ooo,ooo0ftira 40 o , SI - - - - 0 rl.0 .. ,.-_ -- - 1 . .Qr . LTHOUGH some may scott at the authenticity of the rapid ly-growing claims of the Baker family upon the $800,000,000 heart of Philadelphia, there is no doubt in the mind of Myron C. Baker, 900 Bel mont avenue. Chicago, as to his right to benefit should the claims prove valid. He contends he is the true and legal great-grandson of the man who, it is alleged, owned the $800,000,000 tract of real es tate in the Quaker city. However, Mr. Baker is in no hurry. "Now, if you will look on page 516 of this book," he said, taking down a copy of the "Blo paphlcal and Genealogical History of Indiana." you will discover my father's name. It shows that my father's grandfather was Jacob Baker and that he was born in Ludwigsburg, Baden, Germany. He came to America and settled in Pennsylvania. "It was this Jacob Baker who acquired all that property in Philadelphia. I have many papers and records and documents to...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 30 July 1921

HE CONCORDIA SENTINEL foupn[tor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR ; V l .VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY JULY, 30 1921 N0. 2( Lo ENH WANT HA T-FENCE LAW SMe oft NTATIVES OF LOUISI LIVE STOCK MEN MEET AT BATON ROUGE. T 0 ERADICATE TICK M AIMiIehlI Fences Infected Cattle " , Net Ret at Large-To Urge eatm i ent of Law By Leglalature. aa..-Re-presentative live Mt all pasis of the state 0~ulss plans by which W .dicatlon can be syste --' ly ~arrieds out and a no-fence M we favored as a necessity to see a Cochran it Natchltoches per i.. . eded. Dr. W. R. Dodson. chair Urm of the Loalusiana Tick Eradica Se. I L e e, spoke of the good work .4t b d been dn e by that league, in lb. Wa of edacating the people of the -- M s, derived trgm tick-ree terrt " -- . Jases K. Gardner of Calcasieu ttei the difficulties encountered with the herds of cattle in areas, especially such as is sme parts o...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 30 July 1921

BULLDOThe Adventures of a BULL-DOG Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull DRUMMOND B CYRIL McNEILE IT IS TO LAUGH. ymoois.-Ln December, IS. four me gather In a hotel In Berne aad bear oae of the quartet outline a plea to paralym Great Britain and at the same time seso world power. The other three. Hookdn. Amerl esa. and smenema sand You Grats, Germans, all dmllomatrse agree to the scheme, prorvia another man, Hlaam Potts, as American. s taken r. The Instigator of the plot gives i name as Comte de Guy, but vha be leves tor Eauland with his dauhter he dedAes to uea the ame Carl Petreoa. Capt. Hush A-o3l-De Drummes. a reured Aeor, advertise for work that ws give bm edtemeat. nsl "XU" As a reult he meets Phyl. M seate. a ayFun woman who eewered Ml ad. she tUsl him of trae murders and robberies of wheh she sspects a brad 4headed b Petera and feary Laklagtoa. she fears her father Io involved. DWaPmm d4 sges to The Lrches. lisea leate' home, aest door to 'if Mlms Ptreeasa place, Peter. ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 30 July 1921

. LOERS en-Room House struction. VE IN EVERY WAY VOL. Those Who Cannot Large Sums into L 0 UI in Which They Jr e to Live. HAPPx iAM A. RADFORD. A. Radford will answer nd give advice FREE OF fLi t II subjects pertaining to the building, for the readers of this account of his wide experience Author and Manufacturer. ht ut doubt, the highest authority hese subjects. Address all inquiries 5FtI- ll1am A. Radford, No. 11827 Prairie e, Chicago, Ill., and only inclose t stamp for reply. very man who is the head of a ily has somewhere in the back of is mind a desire to own a home of 1lh own for himself and his family. b this desire has not been gratl may be due to any number of but the one that prevents most ie from owning the house in .1 they live is that they never Mr _Jtarted to acquire a home. For the average person, buying a haome is a considerabie undertaking, oae that means the taking on of an obligation that will require a number ot years to pay. The investment looks large and will p...

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. — 30 July 1921

Iha Concordia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIODLIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1921 . E tered at the Post Office, Vidalia. 'a., 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 POARD. .Reg.lar Me tings, R:cnnd W'?nes days in .Tannary, Arril and Octo ber. at rallulah, Louisiana A NEW MOTOR FUEL SeiPnce has -chievwd another nota ble triumnh. While the debate on the o:1 tariff in Congre's is proceeding with great vigor and promises to de velop in intensity and bitterness, word comes from Paris of the dis covery of a rew motor fuel. for which the claim is made that ;t will take the place of gasoline and kerosine. This is a case, if ever there was one, of ne cessit, being them other of invention. The French people, finding them selves under a species of economic thralldrom in being forced to import oil from abroad, set their wits to work to find a s...

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. — 30 July 1921

Everything for the Picnic BUT THE LUNCH PAPER PLATES TIN SPOONS PAPER CUPS PAPER NAPKINS SANDWICH PAPER VOL. TAKE A LILLY PICNICPACKAGE WITH YqU Contains Complete Picnic Set for Six Persons L O U VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY ' ' %` CThral aub #'ria 3JtruiI veat for A member of the Sentinel staff -iatgy7 visited Mrs. E. C. Rhodes at Ravens q "wood-on-the-Lake. last 3loday, and, L was surprised to find a splendid sur;, S mer res-rt, within an hou:r's r:de ofI town. In front of the residence there is a very large lawn cover:ng an acr * of ground; immediately in front of the house we found a pair of rte,~)s leading down to a pier running cut into the lake, at the end of which rwas a lnrg:" float, which is very convenent to bathe rs. but best of all, there is : woven wire enclosure about twenty by fifty 'eet, the wire securely fa-t ;-n'e", this enclosure is into 'ded for children who do not know how to swim; nobody but a woman, and a mother, would have thug'it about making this enclosure for t...

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. — 30 July 1921

Get Back Your Health AM s y, drain around day after d with a dull backher Are you and lame morninp-eubject to l I a dis. pell and sharp, stab pas. T there's surely som wre. robably it's kidney S onm't wait for more sern 40 kidney trouble. Get back your ath "an keep it. For quick relief Ot lenty of sleep and exerelse and Sm 's Kifddm y PFlia. They have lad thousads. Ask your eaborl A Mississippi Cua mi 1p. C. Wgse. 512 Jeforson St., Ya soo City. Mis., says: "I hbad an at tack of kidney trouble. At frst the secretions be came too free and - were highly col ored. I suffered from backache and lameness through my kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills grad ually rid me of the attacks and regu lated my kidneys to normal." oe Deals a Aarbs e, eOe a Bs DOAN'S "'L"S' oI0R MILaURN CO.. BUFFALOd, N. Y. --- - - - - New Shoes Old Shoes Tight Shoes as feel the same if you shak into them some ALLEN'S ' FOOT-EASE aes the M .lom. rom te abo sb-o Ws e U t and gives new vigor. At agbt, when our et aem tired, ...

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. — 30 July 1921

MAIKE ABE WELL bor's Advice F. Pi'kham's etable Compo md enea, Tex.-" For tt.: -ars I ed told agony eac month with uans a my sides I found only tempo V.O aryrelief in doctor'q medicineer anything else I took until my husband saw an ad LOU I vertisement of LydIia E. Pikham's Vegetable Com pound. Imentioned HA PPt to a neighbor and she told me she had taken it with good d ,e . results and advised ed to try it. Iwastheninbedpartof time and my doctor said I would Ve to be operated on, but we decided Peacha to try the Vegetable Compound and I eted to also used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative -  Wash. I am a dressmaker and am now us able to go about my work and do my .. housework besides. You are welcome toe usethis letter as a testimonial as I am m1ie always glad to speak a word for your l medicine."-Mrs.W. M.STwrsaNs,1108 N. Commerce St., Vernon, Texas. Dressmakers when overworked are pre to such ailments and should profit Mrs. Stephen's experience. Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (...

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. — 30 July 1921

GetBac k 0 ot ewith d br th t 4M" secured from the banding of birds are to be be facing away from thebanding of biperator. Graspto be of Stte ment o .R lte, WasTogto suh manner ao pion its nec between t 1 LADS naw have a chamce not only to ape exdnctlaion but also to'lncrese -thanks to the Federal Migratory Bird act and a treaty with Canada tr Its atoresment. The Importance of this fet, aide from all senati ast In regrd to the feathered samptea, Is that without the birds we shald soeon be eaten up by ILn aset pots. Of couras, the mere we hka whbeat e algrpto Mr bu and ibir trae thli anae we a m est tane. Th5sI ISM Mbd4.admdS serves a saeful purpose. The Uita States Departaent of Agriculture has at published dearutmet crcular 110, "In atreIsees for Dr4e-am.t'," by Frederik C. LUm aet asslatant bileS of the bareau of boiogto Saswerq. Ths dramar arys. by way at Intr Ieses, tat bunsee Is Amlea dates fom .ts wr ya at the mllsteasth century, when Mebs6 pOlaced vwr tasead arme t*he ls Sa ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 6 August 1921

s9 Art·" n , :; ~~ ~ ~ i ... ...."<-' .. .-- -, f' ' . -:'. : .p-" Z :J "i;. .:: ,1·': 4,*· · -..*-½, -~ - E OGNOORDIA SENTINEL _.~~~~~~~ ~~~~ _L ,.,, -i--.,.r ,i-,-2-L -O--- PAE OF THE PARISH OF ONOORDIA, TOWN OF VID ALIA. SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISICT TWO DOLLAT PEE E •-'. 'VIDALIA CONCORDIA PR, H, LA., SATUDAY AUGUST, 6 1921 .O -.. IANA' NINGS Mate Awa~ Mhve b .ee r os Of agproz of graveled read/ In ard f the Parils of Most 20 eontractors t GOera I. A. Rouge was at Cmii ha  for the ea a NSatUaal Geard 15. oail ear M= ISet at 1040eh the won say (M a ea n r Wmoa,-7-5, Wes Caerrell rav" ord of meadon has fixed the beiget of its expeaes for the Seeal year' at $72,600, and will borrow $16,000 to maintain the sehools saW taxes are available. Bates Route--Oavernor Parker has appointed Miss Dorothy Richardson, Shreveport, La., daughter of D. C. Richardson, as Lonidans princess to the cotton palace exposition to be given at Waco Texas, October U. Baton Rouge...

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. — 6 August 1921

Bull-Dog Drummond The Adventures of a Demobilized Cyril cNeile Officer Who Found Peace Dull "saýw.p" . opyrgt by Go . .Doreas "DON'T LAUGHI" Si Jynopsls.-In December, 15, four men gathered In a hotel In Berne Y and heard one 'of the quartet, Carl 01 Peterson, outline a plan to para- bi lyse Great Britain and at the same time seise world power. The other three, Hocking. American. and Il Stelneman and Von Grate, Ger- a mans, all millionaires, agree to the scheme, providing another man. Hi ram Potts, an American, isto taken t In. Capt. Hugh (Bull-Dog) Drum mond, a retired officer, advertises v for work that will give him excite ment. signing "X10." As a result he meets Phyllis Benton, a young a woman who answered his ad. She p tells him of strange murders and robberies by a band headed by Carl Peterson and Henry Lakington. She C Sears her father is involved. Drum- d mend goes to The Larches, Kim s , Benton's home, next door to The Elms, Peterson's place. During the n night Drummond lea...

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. — 6 August 1921

,n Dsa aaa - PARIS Mi vi'be S tw EUGENE SUB tre Cduasti on b o h Use Sra Ware amter th ag i4'0 IMR PotET justly the works in et Eugene tse, one must not Wf . rget to take into considers- hil ga the q tpoc atro the te on eir tiei n world itur0etabe : When e m was beta the noi was ft ~Il a omperntlyely new product. be haE ld, it is true, been books be- oe e- M advaent, for the Invention of Da , lteg lad put reading matter with- m Sti teach of the people; but until tb - e uturial published had been of a in ig4le trend, consisting of Ilives of t Ssa~, , and treatises on theology to Slit ha uaa. Even then such volumes ht °°ie eilsy, to ay nothing of their be- pi g e taoo paderous a nature to o he travings ho a poblc uaerpt- a and destrous for enter- w ·at a time when amusements  he i out of this arid lt ' the novel sprang int be h w can eany pecture the ause IL which the hungering masdes wg tt. Here, at last, was some- a M` e cr and within the scopeof at S-daye man's underastndiag; ...

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. — 6 August 1921

ik Cucmrib SAuatl PULISHErD EVERY SATURDAY VItOLIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, ll21 S ered at the Post Ofe*, Vldall, "a., as Second Clas Marl Matter Th SENTINEL is not reponsible for the views and opinoIas of corrs poandeut apealrng in its aolumni. P. L ROUNTREE. Mgr. sad Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. oReglar Meeting, Seeond Wedun oIs Jawnary, April and Oct. Mi. at Ialab, Louilana OLD TIMER ON PREIGHT RATES. Dear Mr. Editor:--The writer has Intended, for some time, to give you a letter on freight rates, but has waited to see. whether he would have r anythJin to ship.es it might be said of him. "Now, there is that old hay k king about freight rates e " u he has nothing to ship, even O we eoffered to htl his stuf for notJhing but it looks as if we will bore something to ship, hence this The freight rates can be put under $ heads." 1st. "They are excessive." tad. "They are still more exces hive." '3rd. "They are too d-- exces five. The 0allroads claim they are going coke, are ru...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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