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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 27 August 1921

'i 7 . THE ONCORDIA "ENTINEL ,- Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF COCOORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLS PER YEAR :. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCOIWIA PK, LA., SATURAY AUGUST, 2 , _1o. ... iOUIs ANA APPENINGS 4ti iPAswe. te. Aromr. the suction sale and M heI e recently Bill Rogers, sold I*atermelons for as as our doUer. Al protuce S -Th , ! e planters l~ br e b harvestg their Jm se+ musog dalfy. a big berbecue and good :`sratiom held at Claytos to s iompletlon of a Ine m Clapton.to VIal1a. .The KnIthts of Coas will have an observ 0bheusI D.y, October 12. A be appolated for the - The Jefferseo High Association met here stloms h'av been is lately than coId be the ibtMwSo~ e ogar=: ehiMlme; 14i . Be. .' GSe." J. W. :itaget, trsteses: eat . -. Ghapa4 teakni.et iak e ......... Lockport.-Mrs. Joseph Dajgle, wife of a farmer about three mJes feom here on Bayou Lafourche, n1tt with a serious accident while maktng coffee on an open fire place,...

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. — 27 August 1921

ila Cucodia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VI PLIA. LOUISIANA SATURDAY, AUGUST 7ths, 1921 E ,-r-d .t the Post Office. Vidalla, '". I Second Claus Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not resoonsible ftr the views and opinions of corres pd appar n i olmn r T,. ROUNTREE Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE POARD. Regular Me'tinsl, Soennd Wednes days In TJnnary, April and Octo ber, at rallulah, Louisiana "OLD TIMER" Dear Mr. Editor:-We are a chan lgeble people. The high taxes, high railroad rates and soldieir's bonus have all slipped our mdi and we are turning our attention to disarmament and feedin' the Russians. Let us take these matters one at a time; let - be methodical, like a famly that took a bath once a month wdether they needed it or n.aot. EngLnd does aet elated to e dos not Intend to lose her i as "Mistress of the Sass." She needs even a larger navy in overaing her wide-spread pseden. The Enish do not like us. Thr"blood is thikr than wa~ter" bunessand "bands across the seas" is all ...

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. — 27 August 1921

Skeetafume For keeping off mosquitos. Agreeable and Elf eetIve, Tweru4y4ive eents a Bottle. VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY "i'icdl a#tItdodal 3mLtUI Mi Sophle Dix and Mr. Jobunie Ja ail of Natchts guests of Mr. and n , Ms. Willie Junkin one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Dale gr. enter- P . tamedl at supper last Friday night i m Lenor of Mr. Wilton Roger whose Stthaly a7 iti was. Those present on this occasein were memberJ of their wih y but later in the evening, d -wlnmty asix yong folks came in. f '1I besautiful bqSld was lovely with fi and Adver hving as its central tion a plateau of golden glow. Two attractive guests of Miss y SBmi Camille Dale last week end I were Misses Melba Bouanchaud and - Virginia Morrison of Ne wRoads. Miss Pannie Beard from Black Sa pleasant visitor at Mrs. . 1'Campbnl a. I It Ms. D. . Knight a few days ago trosaa benedcial trip, to Hot Springs Mrs. Knigt has since one to spend i Muanmes E. P. Campbell and M. C.Reeves with Cliff or Reeves .eto dmn lastu Suna 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. — 27 August 1921

BULL DOG The Adventures of a 1- Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull DRUMMOND By CYRIL McNEILE YOU DARLING!" fSyopes.- .In )ecember, let. four ten gathered lu a hotel in Berne ad heard one of the quartet, Carl Peterson. outine a plan to paralyze Oreat Britain and at the same time Miz world power. The other three. Hooking, American, and Steineman Bad Von Orats, Germans, all mtl lIlmtlrse, agree to the scheme..pro vIadng nother man. Hiram Potts, sa Amerioan, Is taken in. CaAt. JUgh (Bull-Dog) Drummond, a re OSOer,. advertisee for work that Will give him ezcitement. sign lal "2." As a result he tneets Phyil Beaten, a young woman Wt An Wered his ad. She tells thm e Strange murders aid rob beies by a band beaded by Carl Peawesa and Henry Laklngton w se her father to involved. Dres end goes to The Lurches.' Ml Beaste' hobeao, next door to Trh ihm a Paterson's place. During the ~t Drummond' leaves The Lalee san explores The BLms RS eSveSi Lakington and Peter Ma agi a thumbscrew on Pot...

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. — 3 September 1921

_ TRE CONCORDIA SENTIN "L:ra .'.ie P OP THE PAR~H OF CONCOORDIA, TOWI, OF VID~A, SCHOOL BOARBD AND FIFTH LOIA LVEA DISTILCT bL,. .XXX, - "VIIALIA, CONCOlLI)IA PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER. 3 1 -1: ala LOUISIANA I IAPPENINGS : nam Nealr-o aehlta ottoa gin own tree -rr pst, tv begin operating their a pl aatts gina within a few days. Raoe stat lsruina. - Walks aroaund the p. wi .amd is the park here have been with puRhverlaed shells. a ore than a deaen J. I .e eapeted to be rasing m UI - bbees to tae setwhn 114M Mý1Mtlbases wo the ltherwis >he ates elma sew s$1 bases er Y fps, r. . " *...., in - b tb mies- teeisawmer by and _v k Au i 'eLy bas reersiP teas a iowal emsesy -eeen pa wil be frnised Uq: in s >iý, reed. , ui b-s "e. - a **I '. 4'. i " in ~ ~m testpramd~alea a all1bi a lain e!e tlles a x. 1wi ..tEst et iº+ulane __ -1 . 3I n 4 } h styMe sN~t>enseasd SanS toF spte Q r* 9r ralet . d ai ~TI_;L~l~-;; 71- U .4 OC ingta -A tax or st mlls uas beis voted by the property own...

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. — 3 September 1921

'he Concordia Sentine PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDA' VI') LIA, LOUISIAN) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 10t E tered "t the Post Office, Vidalla 's., as Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is n-t responsibl Sfor the views and opinions of correM ponAents appearing i its column P. L ROUNTREE, Ngr. and Put FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE PtARUI Pagular Meetines, Seeond Wednes slys in .TJry, Anvil and Octo hbe, at Talulah. Louisiana HURTING ALL INSTITUTIONS OF LEAKaING Some twelve centuries ago at Arabian army under Omar con wuered Egypt, and among othei things esme uito possession of the relebrated tibtary of Alexandria then the largest and finest in ex. istmnce. It was before the age of priantin when books had to be written laboriously by expert pen. men, who often Illuminated theni wert by beautiful colorings, which are still the marvel of eraftsmea of- $oda. The que s was put up to the iosaie general what should be done wi these boob that condensed the widel at e gone by. And Omar kedoy them. If these ma...

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. — 3 September 1921

Y: " FAIR ASSOCIATION Fair atlake Providence, La .er 13, 14, and 15, 1921 ar conditions the fri-Parish !'air held .ulah, La., was tem,.prarily st spended. pr Fair Assoclttion has been formed with the of r ng interest iii fair work, and holding the Fourth A ml Fair at Lake Providence, La. The offi+brs and directprs of tlhe'air Association are bending eveiry effort to make this Fair a success and permanent instit tion. The Association is composed of the Parishes of East Carroll, Madison and Tensas, wvhich lie in the heart of the great Delta country of Louisiana. They are bounded on the north by the State of Arkaxa as, east by the Missis sippi River, west by Bayou Macm ilid Tenias -River. About $1200.00 will be offered in preniums. These' premiums will be paid from funds available from the old Fair Aassociation, appropriations made by the State of Louisiana and the East Carroll Parish School Board, and from private donations by our progressive citizens. The purposes of the Fair Associa...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 September 1921

Semi-Annual Report of Secretary of Fifth Louisiana Levee Board. Office Board of Commissioners, Fifth Louisiana Levee District. Tallulah, La., July 12th, 1921. To the'Board ot.Commissioners, Fifth Louisiana Levee District: I have tBi honor to submit the following statement of receipts and disbursements, commencing January 1st, 1921, and end ing June Oth, 192 t a :accrdace with provisions of Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana: Detailed Statement of Rcpts from January 2st, to June 30th, 1921. PARISH MILL ACREAGE . PRODUCE INT. TOTAL Madison ----------$59,289.74 -----------$21,054.77 --------- $3,056.37------------ $238.73----------- $83,639.61 Coneordi ----------5,686.24----------- 24,859.83------------ 2,628.14_---------- 84.13------------ 73,258.34 oM Carroll -------- 36,098.05-.-- ------- 11,789,45__---------- 3,946.41------------ 248.93--------- 53,082.84 Te ....-------------.... 37,862.40------------ 15,791.90------------ 6,613.41-------- - 242.39 ----------...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 3 September 1921

U.S-B Skeetafume For keeping off mosqiltos. greeable and Eflectlve, Twenty-five eents a Bottle. VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY r'uctai anbDrt a1 JtflU0 CUPPLES CORD TimaL.amtbtes.thtO lu$ a at Masesa Drgs Stem, VM.i LaB (OS We have not been able to get muck pe of a paper out this week, owingr t a the fact that our typesetting ma N gave us considerable trouble at the ast minute. And too, our social edi- n is away on a vacation, which aber us without our regular newar opt hin. Next issue we hope to do bit. Srn. and beg the indlseonce of o 1otab aets iads tne.iG. Owag to the absence of our social (800 ester, we wifl omit all personals t )is week, and endeavor te cover them I t week. If we were to make men- uthor tlon of a few of the items we know, the goi we would eaive out a reat many, be- sell F ,-meo we w t informed, and have able in ;a-ded to ake a complete list of balanc the aoda happenings next issue for et ur thHu twowk'00) U * ~WH So g ums fsen Vida iaL Sub-di Cy CORD TIraS and tases. 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. — 3 September 1921

Bull-Dog Drummond The Adventures of a Demobilized Cyril cNeile Officer Who Found Peace Dull Ms.c, C$APTIM VII-Continued. eating t-11-he High bowed gravely. "My oall re- His c glPt i that it falled to function" e madder resasted. "As I told you outside, d You qute forgottes o menagerie. wait t ti--hMis glance wandered slowly and won't t UamUUwat pointedly from face to face u at the tabe--"I bhad no idea it was ly. dth a large oe." "Is this is the Insolent young swine. able," is tt The bloodshot eyes of the man "I shal wri the scarred face turned on him a Turn igrei ly. "What I cannot understand inatlon Ii why he ban't been killed by now. Slow udgh waggled an accsing finger at chair, m. lips; a "I knew you were a nasty man as was all Ms mw you. Now look at Hen- by the i*. pW at the sod of the table; be witbt L,'t so that sbrt of thinog. And ly. s dM hate- me, don't you, Benry? b" SKwd the jaw?" "u Dr Dsism ad," said Lakitn- tes I mIr, Ipeels Hugh and addramlg the aaeto PkaW, "was5 ...

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. — 10 September 1921

HE CONCORDIA SENTINEL ~~OUZn PropriSIorT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR VOL. XXXX VIDALIA. CONIOttl)IA PARI&IH. LA., IAT'I' Ii A' SEPTEMBER. 10 121 No. :'4 - i" i i " I I I I I I I " I IIARDINISEPTIC 'ABOUT PEACE AVY ALWAYS NEED OUR ARMED orCUts, HE SAYSv-HOPE FOR LES ARMIES AND NAVIES. AMERICA'S METHODS AHEAD PrsJlst Seest That America' Pro. . -m*e of War kIs Ahead f Other asts. Spzeak..t' the Army War COuegs. JWaaebiea--Pauident Halding. tI Wsklatg at the openmlg fall term of the Armr War Cotege. delared that "oas matter where the best aspirations at the world lead as there may aever bs a time without the necessity for ared sbros." T1h pesideat in his brief address, however, pledged the two hundred of fiers n his audleace that during his adtlmlstratiom they would never be seaed to perform military service "they could not enter Into with all of eir heart and soul as Americans." Re...

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. — 10 September 1921

* SoatineI --A----- J. T. ..iA' LOUI1IANA -" . ý Tt e s..of -. B. F. Ba : e , th. PpitefOi c r Y 1lance. : Ci * Mal Matter_ His ed t= bestnear is rnt seaaonai--- ]eI% at I nmnilagf c at ViEWS iid opinions of ccrra- ,prentic in its te' Adamsm .$rT and Pab. Natchez C ' ARD. operated DI'iTLE~VEEP)R. Pa 'l!ng aetiiiJk fenvnd WPe"]nCe where h e· r ýAw', A ýwf and Oct- Sbhannon ~u0~h~blaneHe *a _" *d Alexandi .. S L.AOR pcars a WITHEIS /ºRS~iIEthree chxi *~~imal ofv .. wS A ." , -~# AOt, e b otbses; 1 3-4 CIf S ' b6 z a bo tdrt kl~ u.aliom a )nitlrlU *otJii IfYr EDOiR-aT .stES Al A'I i 2 . CoL- u Was tie Odi * s J. T. Ballan c , oldest newspape= man in hiisissiPpi, passed away en August 20th, at the age of 92 ye . The . He, former editor, owner and pub- Parirh lahet of the Centerville Jeffersonian, :her 1' was bofr in Washington, Adams coun- Bet ty, V .i. on Jily 4, 1892, a son of week, B. . BalIance and Sarah C. (Ellis) ~ttu Salience. f•atur His educatiCn was received in the i 'h i bea...

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. — 10 September 1921

'.". Skeetafunme or keeplag off oaqultos. Agreeable and Bffeetve, TweRntyaflve eents. a Bottle. S, VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY r··i.- , LtI ` i tirat aaa Bonet t rinii.~ 'u t~ie YIsitos to w..k-we. wr M .Herbert tieý f. fercaINiterm meadoW, I. "Rub" I.oa bete, Jr,, _ rk a.tt ' 4 Iy f+' NW~W ItCK , MASONIC-TOWN RILL BE ERECTED SOON. u *eug T. I. Two Stories High And Cost Abhet Toa Thous. Sand Dollars. A ew, brick, twostory Masonic Lome-Town' Hall, to cost about ten d dollaa probably located at the corner of Carter Avenue and -Sesad Street, on the vacant lots of 'le + Davi iI oin uji the t$th-a'basa M ld th. Town Council of Vidalia was decided upon at meet fthesse two organisatlos a feb . Ketteringham, 3r., has to draw up th~: pians ToiawnHal, to be boiltby the Tnr of Vidalia at a cost at bout b- -_ , !d in which will be the aqi-1and 9tax eoilector's ofioe, and as a m 29 by 55 fet. The --se-c Lodge is to be an the upper i and is toe be bt by the Maspa sts' the same expense s the Srrr oo...

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. — 10 September 1921

''I BULL-DOG 'DRUMMOND The Adventures of A Demobilized Officer Who iFoua Peace Dull CYRILNNELE "SAPPER" IIstraWins ,MYER SFm-- _--LL L- f._ LJ nw rA, C4APThR V'-Contlnued. of .--U - "What," Latington asked curiously, de "dees ho thia yu arer *A charmueg yemng girl." answered I ras dmurmly, "whose father lost all N #C I war, sad who at presemt of ees out a precarious existence ln a lp Iwrm mer t mes. At lesat, that's gi what ha totd Lady I ei tas wSs o msrnsllable virtue. oa Ue was preseummdy aeathmetal and s ato a ~macer, In additiLo to bolds fr a emlk a seantl a future duke, to th raaPaMI Df at futwe duehbma By sr as sr at Altm ahe's a a see aMe wI. hls m ther for dbrut lg bwm aper umderlothes to d led as t ile fr her. Volt toot." "YSidW," adld Lakahta ewly. IgeM4.dI . rams gs Lalse e.m et a s ab.st a Ik, desa't ~wr p a'ldr, o b esC; and an a g lI 1i wi s. p dear eut em 8latr [akig/ema uodded his head as if sUd d, mad the glanced at his hi wateh. hM "What about bed? he remarked....

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. — 17 September 1921

F A THE ACONCORDIA TNFWLCOBDAD UIADTC . L. OPrisU OFFICIAL PA~ OF THU PARISH OF CONCORODIA, TOWN OF VID ALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIAA LNXVI DISTRIOT TWO DOLLtrSn Pa Aw R VOL. XX1X VIDALIA. CONVOKODIA PARIiM, LA., &ATURDAY SEPTEMBER, 17 1921 _..n nnrnr"t luirni LOUISIANA O HAPPENINGS ef ehile Se1 h Arrangs BOTH Are h,-iOe Arcadia ooaded cot- IT en w4rehmse conta~ting 1,000 bales Slast year's totton crop was de stroyed by re of undetermined origin. . l.oss s e.stimatd at $100,000. ROAD Washington, D. C.-While the total ,iJk production in the United States This C Iaereased 18. per cent to a daily out- Eariy pet ofel $0,000,0O gallons during the me doeeds from 1$00 to 1919, both Lo. Islas and MissessIppi showed marked decreases ia the eotpat of this prod- p se. aseardlag f0 ptrenmia y figures satul mes pails by the aNIs of the Cen- busin as Wabtangstm. Milk production tag In rLetatas fell off 15. per cent dur- rst i lu a e peMod. many How Orleems.-The Boys' Club team L 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. — 17 September 1921

The Cononlia Sentinel PIELISHED EVERY SATURDAY V i I4UA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19;1 T -eýrrd -t the Post Office, Vidalia, '.:. q~ Second Class Mail Matter T'-^ S"TINEL is not responsible f: r the views and opinions of crrea po.dents appearing in its columns. P. L ROIJNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wed es days in Jasnary, April and Octo ber, at allulah,. Louijiana PROCEEDINGS BOAP' fl A ' DER. MEN, TOWN OF VIWALIA. The Hon. Mayor and Board of Al dermen of the Town of Vidalia. La., met in regular seeson at the Mayer's etce in the Town Hall built:ng this Thnrsday. Ssptember 8th, 1921. On roll call the following were found to be present, to-wit: Present: Hon. P. Heugh, Mayor, Mrs. M. D. Roatner. G. P. Prll; . "' McCrea, ChMs. Morfts and G. A. Mural. Absent: None. A quorum being present, the. meet ing was called to order by the Mayor and the following proceedings had, to-wit: On motion, the reading of the min. iteo of the preceding...

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. — 17 September 1921

lu*S.E Skeetafume Por keeping off modqultos. Agreeable and Effective, Twentyfive eents a Bottle. VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY i l l - - - - -- - I -I I I e i ýnc~tl L1o 'oriat 3Jtrnu Items sent .o this Column must be acconpanied by the name of the wri ter. in order to be published. This week has been one of re organization as it were, comnmeneing with a Teachers' Institute on Mon day and the opening of sehool on ednesday. The Institute proved gaite interes~tng to the Teachers, a nimber of whom Wire .in attendance, and short talks by Mids Margaret Graham, Bupervisor of Reading and Arlthmetle for the State, Mr. Favrot, 8upervisor of Parish Institutes, Mr. Gilbeau, Supervisor of Agriculture, Professor Strickler, Parish Superin teadent of Education and Judge John, Dale, President of the School Board, were very attractive and greatly en joyed, and the juestion. "Why this Institute?" seems amply answered as important matters were touched and new'methods outlined. The entire teaching body of the 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. — 17 September 1921

BULL-DOG DRUMMOND The Adventures of a Demobilized ý By CYRIL McNEILE Officer Who Found Peace Dull "SAPPER" OW,,a, by hOo.. L librasm CHAPTER VII i-Cntinued. -13 At rtm he had expected some trick. bengt a person of tortuous brain; but as time went on, and nothing unex pected happened, he became assured. His orders were to follow the mil lionalre, and inform headquarters where he was taken to. And assured 1y at the moment it seemed easy mon IV. Then, quite suddenly, the ham alng stopped and he frowned. The car In front had swung off the road, and turned through the entrance of a small airdrome. What the devil was he to do now? Moat assuredly he eaald not pursue an airplane on a mo tar-even a racer. Blindly, without thinking, he did the first thing that case into his head. He left his car standing where it was, and followed the Others into the airdrome on toot. Porhapm he could find out something free one of the mechanics; someone might be able to tell him where the plane was rolng. Th...

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. — 24 September 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL itoY OI. PAPR OT TE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLR PER VOL. xXYX - i . "- VIDALIA. CONCOIRDIA PARISH, LA.. SATUtDAY SEPTEMBER, 24 1 1 No. :4 A' MIEASURES GET ATTENTION --; t OPENED IN JOINT JU. S OAY COMMITTEE-..OIFFER. S" .SILLS CONSIDERED. SO -COPIES. VOLSTEAD ACT ri We id Instruct Leouisiana m DaeI sgtgegne To Work MdU issewj *f Federal LsMe TheTy Exat. I I --us.-Thle 1ght of the pro to est a state law whch the bbresmeat of the _y law sad of those who ) the LsinsIaw Islasture to I Oomare to modify the e " et $s permit the sale of c td aer opesed before a - }lsary eaomplttee of th. at the srit aletsi ` the y. 7 eiýsr aseamt bill to be di- b as Iblued by Seater T. " i elre , sad has the sup E (seders. a ' •hater L. T. owelu . Darr of New I) lam ted ;engaa ase wset fr a malas. - {vI to Act o theas o ofsimt federal law Is a.. , ob., will be . ·w Mol t tie - . - per Ia ia 1 e gph. on - i P a rls L...

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. — 24 September 1921

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Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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