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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 6 August 1921

Skeetalume Por leeping off mosquitos. greeable and Bffettive, Twenty five 3ehts a Bottle. VIDALIAk DRUG COMPANY 1t~oflltit ý altlo x ottl~ ll Fotemost to be mentioned among the ivents of the week art the dif ferent parties given at beautifu "Ravenswood-on-the-Lake," the idea J.- place for all kinds of Out-of-doori pleasuin , sUtch as picnics, swimminj parties, boating, tennis, etc., and at thebi this is the initial season of the popula: fesort, it his altead prover =` to be (luit successfuik While no fur. mal opinti~ was given, the place hat , had h number of visitors from the sirrednding vicinity and 'tis moda pldesant to meet ones friends there from a distasae. Severat $arties wier m smbled ar the grodnds last Mtonday one of which was that of Mrs Outh. *' beitsoh. Who had the Date ~ad Flemn tag families with her. After k 3ieite dinner, swimming wUs the divrslYier SOthr parties have been spending thu ev: etins, ah "Rivenswood4-n-the. .Lar" 4n accont of n Mbeh will b - *j V in th...

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. — 6 August 1921

TELL 'EM TO SEE E, SAYS TOWNS Every Time I Sit Down to a Juicy Steak Now I Give Thanks to Tanlac, He Declares. "every time I sit down to a juicy 9 steak now I give thanks to Tanlac for taking me off that milk and mush diet I had to live on for a year," said Joseph R. Towns, the well-known and popular proprietor of the Sanitary eeat Market. of Marshall, Mich. "I had stomach trouble of the worst sort and was going down hill s0 fast I thought I would have to give uP my business. I was so nervous and worried I dreaded to see night omSe, as it meant little for we and thea In the morning I was so fagged oat I dreaded to go to my market. "The money I spent for Tanlac was the best investment I ever made. I aever dreamed a medicine could do the work It did for me. Three bottles was all I needed to make me as sound 5s a dollar. I never felt bettbr or more like working in my ilfe than I do right now. I eat anything I want, my tomaC h in good shape and I am btrlmul of energy. I sleep all night ...

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. — 6 August 1921

Swami and the Judge S 5 IMARTHA MACWILLIAMS (4 12 McClre Newspaper syndicate.) S "'matter, pop?" Tony quoted glee S fIl7y a his father laid down a letter with a suppressed imprecation. "Bank rEptcy or breach of promise-eh what?" "Nothing so simple." Pop, otherwise ao. Ansor Trimble. growled, crush tut the sheet he held. "The mater WiMes she is bringing home with her ae of those Swami things, blacker, no doubt, than the ace of spades--and is aS I'll be delighted to have him stay a month.'" "Good Lord I" with a whistled ob illgato. "Surely not here! Has she dar forgot her ralslng?"r "Looks like it-but there's a lot more --she says all the fashlonables in town are daffy about the fellow-and that to early him off this way puts her I quite at the top of the heap. He's going to lecture-talk sublimated 4- foolishness, and do mystic I Letnts-" "Eneka I Then we're safer than * ate. See him now In a purple tur bhn, and green swaddlings., gazing into ( - eystals and things-at so much a - a'e...

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. — 6 August 1921

C C--ACTI ' rz~ I·· I 4··l: ·.i ,:ji :'''':'';'::/ A:··:: -::. /i ··. ·i ~.'.·.··. ·:··'·:·-·.:::*4 ACT are as much a part of the desert as the sand and the blinding glare and the lack of water. The desert without the cactus would be like "Hamlet" with Hamlet left out. There are something like fve mil lion square miles of desert scat tered about the globe and It takes about a thousand species of cacti to go round. - But the traveler does not have M Ylt all the deserts of earth to fnd variety 1 sprlas. Dews a the border line between - Uiated States and Mexice there are famous - 01 asus, where this earlous and Intdrestlng t Mt be fond i bewildering varlets. At i ad of the scale the desert wayfarer sees 4114ist ' gess, Q, Io tfet ngh, sated, col. 0" l them wth brehiag umbsk and curving ~S. res to the ether end is the dreaded Os-M- e reamd patches of glsteairg.' frosty - it. had adser ever, bunch ae the discarded Slke htL te presaty pnlae coeas covered with Oi e d desert travelers clai...

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. — 13 August 1921

T-THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL SROUlNTZ Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLL.., VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY AUGUsT, 13 19~1 LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS Nessa of the Pelican State Arrang ed in Condensed Form Monroe.-Some of the leading high Way promoters of Louisiana and Ar kansas attended the convention of the Arkansas-Louisiana Tourists' Way As sociation in Monroe August 5. Lake Charles.-A meeting of the City Council was held and an ordi nance was passed setting aside all the southern part of Lake Charles below Pithon Couley as a residential dis trict. Arcadia.-The registration books have been closed. The count, as given by the registrars, shows the fol lowing was announced for Bienville parish: Male voters, 1,184; female voters, 577; total, 2,571. Lake Providence.-Real estate men at Oak Grove and Lake Providence are forming an association to work for the building of the East and We...

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. — 13 August 1921

BU -DOG DR MOND The Adventures of A Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull bg CYRIL WNEILE "SAPPER" oInstraht on r I IRWIN MYERS YLl " Copyright by Geo H Doran Co P.Mt HEADQUARTERS. pes-In December. 191H four gathered in a hotel in Berne heard one of the quartet, Carl n, outline a plan to paralyze t Britain and at the same time se world power. The other three. Hocking. American, and Steineman and Von Gratz, Germans. all mil lionaires, agree to the scheme, pro viding another man, Hiram Potts, an American. is taken In. Capt. Hugh (Bull-Dog) Lrummond, a re tired oficer. advertises for work that will give him excitement, sign ing "X10." As a result he meets Phyllis Benton, a young woman who answered his ad. She tells him of etrange murders and rob beries by a band headed by Carl Peterson and Henry Lakington. She fears her father is involved. Drummond goes to The Larches. Miss Benton's home, next door to The Elms, Peterson's place. During the night Drummond leaves The Larchee and explo...

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. — 13 August 1921

IFIMITIFUL HOME , S IOE AND OUT fir Attractive Exterior ,,' nd Comnfortable Interior. CAN BE BUILT AT LOW COST raehitoct's Plans So Drawn That the Average Family Will Find the Building Laid Out to the Best Advantage. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radtord will answer tuestions and give advice FREE OF OW' ea all subjects pertaining to the aabJect of building, for the readers of this caper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he IS, without doubt, the highest authority e all these subjecta. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 18Z1 Prairie aveoue, Chicago. Ill., and only inclose two-cent stamp for reply. Every person who builds a home strlves for two things--exterior beauty and Interior comfort. for there Is a satisfaction in the former that eannot be measured in dollars, while the latter makes the investment worth while. Bullding designs that contain these two features are not dimcult to find nowadays, as architects are constantly ...

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. — 13 August 1921

Is Conucdia eatid ,PUIBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY r - VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, ANGUST 13, 1921 E sered at the Post Office, Vidalia, p '.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 ROARD. Regular Maetings, Second Wednes days in .Thnvary, April and Octo ber, at Tallulah, Louisiana YOURk)' REIGN INVESTMENT. News dispatches from Washington recently informed us that there was saa "Iýteestanding" under the Wilson administration whereby the payment of interest on the ten billions of dol lars owed to :us by foreign govern ments was to bed eferred for some thing dlike twenty-five years. Indications now are that the pres eat administration will adhere to this "nderstAnding." There -are something over a hun dred nmillion people in the United States. Ten billions of dollars, with terstestow due and unpaid, means ane aindred dollars, pro rata, for every mi...

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. — 13 August 1921

k Skeetafume For keeping off mosquitos. greeable and Effective, Twenty-five Gents a Bottle. VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY 1'ral an? unu rial Jtr I We know you are not expecting a long list of sccials this week, for there are so few people in town, and hap penings in the social circles are few and far between. Items of interest are solicited, but fail to bring results, so we do the best We can. Mrs. Mollie McCrea has been ill with fever, but we are glad she is now c'nvalescent. Mr. and Mrs. Walter -McCrea have returned from their pleasant trip but Mrs. McCrea, Jr., has also been indisposed since her re turn. Mrs. Marion Cross and infant daughter, of Monterey, are guests of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vance. Mr. Cross join ed his family here for a visit. Quite-a contingent of Vidalians are spending a week or ten days at Whit. Swlphur Springs, La. In this party are: Mr. and Mrs. John Dale, Sr., rtsie Camille and Leslie Dale; Mikses Mary Belle Mason and Evelyn Fleming; Mr....

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 13 August 1921

WRIGLEYS - S "AFTER EVERY MEAL" WRIGLEY$S Newest 4 Creation 10 for 5c ý A ddidous Peppermint flavored sugar Jacket around pep permint flavored chew. Will aid sour appetite and digestion. polish sour teeth and moisten your throat B129 The Flavor Lasts li. saright kind d bep o. ehillqand fyey 1$ . a qphmdid toaie. It b good hr. bilhoasm, LSadaol and that ran Itn )J g. Take Oxri -r. Aha at sad atoe. -S IE OTHERS W 1So~r Hal Nw CewtrI v~se i wtj Wtad Mere Cm Turn ý whe MI~ hsm brakei the d nDedt fr tee more .A ir et md w. wrk. ma l '"! W aUmlI ree a ter - -m to - a smmwrlo M ý.. : tssiit ee r ad sdd ;lj,6t1toe1t - Ittrl~ es. ' sstaarf. ýnwhe ateemtli e14 *W .""4~ In iser v1W U -M alS W M S Ser wrld ýihre uq sa I as Nweeaa wlt r I and si 1 alew 1U e~bhithe t tr Sbi VW N - t . sad .... WA S e~ Meant ` Y Me * the s ~m·wd rw us~ ur ' ~i woj~ . at a. dee a he d do wn the ema -.e i a sea Iea. a mi* m.w dulu, hIM S k. +.. Familiar With Seripture. The 8quire (to his gardener)- w-nder. John, tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 13 August 1921

* Evelilis Tale LUCY'S TONSILS. , there were two tonsils and they bhad made their home in Lucy's throat. Tonslls always make their homes in throats. They do not care for other kinds of homes. They are all alike in that way. Now people are very different. Some people like to have their homes In country places. Others like to have their homes in big cities where there are crowds and crowds of people. Still others lhke to have their homes in seaside places, so they can be neigh bors of dear old Mother Ocean. But Tonsils like to make tieir homes in throats. And these twin Tonsils were in Lucy's throat. One Tonsil was named Ton Tonsil and the other was Tom Tonsil. "Hello, Ton," said Tom, "are you up to mischief?" "Indeed I am," said Ton. "I'm caus tag trouble. How about you?" "Doinl all I can think of and rye a good many pranks left to play, too," said Tom. "I tell you what we have a loyal and faithful litle/ friend in "- 'Ursy Sate Throat. She's a mean one. "She's a good playmate for us...

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. — 13 August 1921

OKLFTNOKH>? NATIO~NAL PARK.I *.. r1L ·:-,~· ··-III :: ' 44 i . y 3 i Yx r . . . "- . .. ,. -4n : " - .- ': ·."' '    . . :i a - .r· .. .. ,, . . · ... . -.: -.'?-',: · :B ,!.::' ... ".. X':.:?: .. . . :" •~ .:i t: ..... ' ,i' i a· KKF'INOKIB NATIONAL PARK! That sounds like a paradox. For OkeBnokee is the name of a tremen does big swamp in Georgia and what does the United States national park system need of a big swamp? Any way, there Is a bUill in congress for the establishment of the Okeflnokee National park In this very swamp. And the request for its establishment is made in the name of the state of Georgia. The prOpietIon is not such a paradox as It rase at rest thought. The national park en Sthel ats the country would have the national pahs system comprehensive. .It is already fairly SIPe example, it contains the Grand Canyon, the st wndertul example the world of stream rndaui; th tl. granite peak of the Coa Mesml divide t Rocky Meaotain; the freakish vkunl activities ...

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. — 20 August 1921

THE CONOOR:DIA SENTINEL . OFFox, Proprietor PAPE OF T PA PRISHD Ola.CONRDIA, PTOWN oI DAIA, SCHOdL BOARD AND 'FIFTH LOUIIANA ILEVEEDISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR VOL. XXXX VIDALIA. CONCORDIA PARISH, LA.. 8.'ifR.DAY AtWIF',T, 2O 1..1 O' !,I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :-- " .' :" :7 :-.. - " ":  :": =  = " : . : :  : : ~ " '  - - . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS New. of the Pelican State Arrans ed in Condensed Form Donaldsonville.-The D)maldsonville Chiefl, a weekly paper, coutenmplates Issuing a daily paper about Septem her 1. Baton Rouge. --Iermann Mose was elected representative in the State I4kAslature from East lao,,n Rouge parish in a special election held here. Alexanchia.-Major H. A. Stites of Greenville, S. C., has succeeded Lieut. Col. J. E. Dedman as superintendent of the U. S. P. H. S. Hospital at Camp Stanford. Tlbodaux.-At a regular meeting the mayor and commissioners it was decided to discontinue the fee of $1 ...

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. — 20 August 1921

BULL-DOG DRUMMOND The Adventures of a Demobilized ý By CYRIL McNEILE Officer Who Found Peace Dull "SAPPER"Cor,,ihbee Dor . - - - . -- .-., I I I 1 wit ii your votal effort.. Stray Elms GASSEDI 8ynopsis.-In December, 1918. four Peter men gathered in a hotel in Berne chan and heard one of the quartet, Carl HE Peterson, outline a plan to paralyse in h Great Britain and at the same time seize world power. The other three, lou. i Hocking, American, and Steineman "V and Von Grats, Germans, all mil- pens lionaires, agree to the scheme, pro- tablm Vididg another man, Hiram Potts. am American, is taken in. Capt. and Hugh (Bull-Dog) Drummond, a re- Pete Used oaicer, advertises for work mod that will give him excitement, sign- H lag "'XI." As a result he meets Phyllis Beaton, a young woman your who answered his ad. She tells famn him of strange murders and rob- rest beries bh a band headed by Carl Peterson and Henry Lakington. his She fears her father is involved. prec Drummond goes to The Lar...

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. — 20 August 1921

PLEAISIC lESIN tER FFrA11 HOUSE --'Fraiue Building Provides Accom modations for Large Family. ROOMS ARE WELL ARRANGED Practical Farm Home That Complies With the Old Saying That Ideal Home Is "Small House With Many Large Rooms." By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. Wil!:atrn .A ItB ,:i n1 ill answ. r que.Mtion, s and g.tve .oltlte I' EI"- ()U1" 4(` )ý'T , n a ll 5 t .c , ti s 1 , r t a i' ,;l i t o t ' , aubj.-ul of uI l. . V rh n ii. I! Ian, fr t}Ulit) rr. l? . r U. , it iii' * . . , i·)t' ",) 'lls i '' I . n ' \ , 1(  :. l. l r' , .fut ,.. . tadl .ltu f: tu . tt *:r , h " i-, v,)ti , t , t lD, . t, thi igh .u'st at i lti r, tr l "'l . ,., , t, ,sj . A lr ' i t l in . s to \\ i un tl . I l. l fort, No. l Prvu: t: itn (Loadu Ill., aint only ii' ioe t uo-n iat .tt.trlp f' .r 'htr, Is. oll d s yinto lintt the mieal ltoine i. ia "st' all hoiiu ' xithl a great miuany largo ro) Ills4 in it." V\\l t eIl[l's Iw'otrt'"t this s lni'e'tlit' i .iisn the htln e slhown iit n ecih a KI('t4OIt l znl tg...

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. — 20 August 1921

PIDUSHED EVERY SATURDAY VI+ý4LtA, LOUtSIANA, SATURDAY, AU(US'T tab, 1921 E wred 't the Post Office, Vidalla, ,i.. as Second Class Mail Matter Tit SIFNTINEL is nrat re+tonsible fir the views and opinions of correa pondents appearing in its columns. R. tL. EOUNTRtE, Mgr. and PFb. Pt1PII DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. tsa Wtfutns, Second Widneu. i.Ue317, dAtwI1 and Oeto atflulab, Lesbimns IMPORTANT NOTICE }ppt week we seet .t ae.ePaI La. dyd ltte ash·evptles llB., wlicL, though meN t. - s.uLe.lrbsr, saf s het twi Iwa is as satter .f fee, ae Mew he sdvd dellar., if all wesd wiemt apse meucept .f tit peumIarr. fabes. I. .s pIee is the sews pepwr B.1 J~uiag Augut sad Sept. mlt1., sad wn Lad heped that as a trestdt .1mier eat .53 aahseaiptlae hsr. we weeld resolve ams agtisrey bats temr ta Ilds sear the dal SS. Mut tm felas, .laels. .rsLaw. 'I tshs mse.y te ps.1ka *spsew ml we .teeblj useed It at 61. line. Pises feep w u a iatm Ife yesr .ash. dngIms 1 yes rsolved a III, sad N isw yes eweolae , pape...

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. — 20 August 1921

Skeetafume Pot keeplag offa osqaltos. ýAruable and BEftetIve Teatytiveo gents a Bottle. VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY i l l I I IIII II -- -' I I II I iirataubdaattti aW im or imming parties are Amang the irst mentioned, was the week end camp Mr. Wiliard Saltk had at Conn's cap, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie eard rs. Dora Demrd, Mis Stefla Lesley and Mr. Theodore Falkenbeiner jdined him Saturday. Miss Rath Gilespie from Lee Byaou has been the recent guest o Mis Rath Ohisen. Ameag the summer colony at Lookout Mountain for the rest. ea the hea4ed term are Mr. and Mas. . B. Conner and little family. Mr. n'd Mrs. Harry Winiton anE two children who formerly lived here, and moved to New Orhan, have returned to make their bohoe i Nat~es. They were the resta o their reim es, Mr. and Ma 8. L W bht aid Mr. MHr Lambdi at Laeras, last Satrday. Of maoc prominence in fasoionab ehdes, and a reqry pretty stair, was the maid4umer wedding of Kim Geneva Roatre daugMter of em esUmable towdamsn Mr. J. L RBun 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. — 20 August 1921

DODSON STOPS SALE OF CALOMEL 'Dodson's Liver Tone" is Taking Place of Dangerous, Sickening Chemical, Say Druggists every druggist in town has noticed Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant - great falling off in the sale of tasting, purely vegetable remedy, alomel. They all give the same rea- harmless to both children and adults. m. Dodson Liver Tone L taking Take a spoonful at night and wake up mel Is dangerous and people feeling fine; no biliousness, sick head a it." Dodson's Liver Tone is per ache, acid stomach or constipated 0neally guaranteed by every druggist bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause in who sells It. A large bottle doesn't convenience all the next day like vio m rt very much but if it falls to give lent calomel. Take a dose of calomel _a relief In every ease of liver slug- today and tomorrow you will feel £lshess and constipation, just ask weak, sick and nauseated. Don't loe - your money back. a day.-Advertiserent. Pure, Rich Blood Will Keep Your Body Vigorous and Health...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 August 1921

E~ EIGHBOR • TELLS ANOTHER ýI Way to Comfort Hr .th. Other Women J ` Please Read SMoenmdville, W. Va.--" I had taken doctor's medicine for nearly two years because my periods were irregular, came every two weeks, and I would suffer with bearing-down pain A lady told me of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and how mueh good it had done her daughter, so I took it and now I am regular every month and have no pain at all. I recommend your medi cuie to everyone and you may publish my testimonial, hoping that the Vege table Compound does some iber girl the good it has done me. "-- oaGs TDAlWDaN, 915 Third Street, Mounds will, W. Va. How many young girls suffer as Mrs Tegarden did and do not know where to turn for advice or help. They often are obliged to earn their living by toiling day m and day out no matter how hard the pain they have tobear. Everygirl who suffers m this way should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and if she does not get prompt relief write to the Lydia E...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 August 1921

U', orial ~II I II;I~ "3 "1 - I WnA .~7. "ý w~ is .::. ' ý ^ý::ý':~ ?: " '\lý{'ýi i I DI _ ý .ý" ý /Iýiii/ýýý-_ ý MEMORIAL to Brig. Gen. Wl- a1 Clam Crawford Gorgas, United w States army, ls to be established a 1i the form d "'bhe Institute for pi Research La Tropical Diseases Is and the. S tudy Prevetndl w Medicine." t This Gorgas memortial will be tu established at Bplboa, the Pa ciec entrance to the -Panamaa canal. The lbeatles Is Attlnit. L usc It was eal GergU who made the l o@ tel I I. -1 ./A w* s w0k. < wll be of IntsrnatIoal characte. I St sheeld be, stceh the fame General waid wlde: It may be doebted i the 1 :9l jale san has meant more to diil It was his anitary work that demon Sgad tha t tes white man can live wIa tI a.im d as i d nlataln potd bhealth. a *St jat., dsae wham the time comes e l aie AMee rcea t tastset is crowded the i the whit re wl l be to SAim. Is aect 1t is no a *W the ss*M 01 the tropies s .- a.. .i ea..at theI - e* ir1Met amd -* *Ya Sof Io weork JII ...

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