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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 17 December 1921

>[sS MATIE" ti order to make this de Teeple, oar readers are r ;4 Ilay have that are Euitabl C.ntributions f .r thi ER for publication the rame et We can scarcely realiaz Is only a week distant, ne er 'tit so, and the comntg a -----' sn lnteresting one for eve b shops are bright with gif . o INNOCB every nature. for both th y IN LEtO the old, and the yuleti -e THE Qpon us; happy enteail though small. will fill the r of it will be a time when bo ' - - and old, will have a .~arti . O f festivities. After a short, but moat ct4 0 ylsit to her mother aid her ! pMg frs. Chas Chamberlain de New Orleans lIst Saturday j'ma`ied unti Tuesda'· Lurning to her home in 2or go. This was Mrs. Charihera visit here in three years..an stgreat je ure, ý93 to ' and matercoestesieu were eu&sd to her. M.MattiLe I e Compsned her dater M loans where sae wll s + with relativesta Hon. 1. P. Young of pased tditou town last ches o to be i eo ~ s. D:D . Mar Jr.. aj ý" M. .ond* S---4, aers h7a '"to r^gg r ...

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 December 1921

A Mah To His Mate By J ALLEN DUNN . • 1 . : . :,.? .. _'. . - "-nI i ~ ~ "~'~ og tr III an dtaovsrsd. tier i board. to A father. Carines. 0 `. JiVW uaasWll as Urt to 1.ws froi auI ý p ng tis himself at w and Ratn1 Is em y EL-'It dl3U hrbiM beha __ l~ehmsslt satdst L a best acouat of 'CI i 1uIrr~ t. Liss ýS t ~Y-~r~lqlD ~ ssa aa. d lii th C armen. , t Z"t bm keo'pmrtrta'," Raja.. tt an the o*I 4 I..,. arsa -H~Q p. U-rJai·` 1 ,, * ;:'. .tL · S, that held a hard quality for sw ondency. coi - .. the doctor has seemed on e talks of perverted nerve ' and he has obtained a tr anr influence over father. col rd what he said when-the on tried to shoot you? You see, tw trusting you in all this, Mr. ab ey. I must trust some one. If I 1 don't I can't stand it. I think I shall did go mad, soretlmes. The doctor has He changed. It is as If he was a dual tet personality-like Jekyll and Hyde- and now he is always Hyde. He said sal last night that he could save father or Ra -or--that he would let fath...

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 December 1921

E ONCORDIA ENTINEL o . owneram arms or was ranzan or cosh L TOWN OF VIDALS SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR * Vll)AlalA. CONt RISH, I A., MATERDAS DECEMBER 24. 1981 1 . IT A#h#5sh an...--- -- -.... - Immem........ ... ....mmme a- ---a.a.a a. *smasmm ·V1.. NE 1TO MODIFY NAVALDEMANI TEN 'SHIP" PLAN LACKS OFF CIAL BACKING BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT. SUIIB ITTED BY AN EXPE OCelermo * Take Hopeful Twor Whantsun Negeeass e"Appereon " *Meenoe*.o-.W Awald Prem Pwrls. n be fially ead emphsUtiauy umad by the United States, r Sritaia and Japan that France m eeept a capital ship ratio of 1.7 In . plan. She thus *ould be allow b nagae of approximately 200, teom or 115,000 lews han that of Ja Tls virtual ultimatum has beea s Sthe Preach gsveramsot by the Lom. In some quarters the deeM d that ts acceptance w Washingta. - Conference devel at took a now and hopeful i t became known that the ren i4 p bullding plan war submi ert the approval of the Paris fim t and that...

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 December 1921

PUBL.SHED EVERY SATURDAY' 'C VIDALIA, LOUISIANAi .b~STLPDATA, DECEMBER 24, 1921 " .cered: at the Post Ofice. VidalIa, Sta... asi Secod Class Mail Matter "The SEN'ITNEL is ist reaensiblel for the views and opinions of corres- a( . podents alrpeetIn int columns. P. L. ROtNTREE, 3gr. and -Pub. rFntH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. c9;".iar Meet;ngs, Second Wednes- tys in JTunary, April and Octo- i ber. at rallulah, Louisiana PROCEEDINGS LEVEE BOARD ''Ir Weird of Commie eCr, s of the' Pifth Louisiana TeAve PDitrict met M r'etar resion At its domnicile. Tal l'trLhk L., nm this day. The Board waS, tll(l4 to order by the Preside-,t at 100" O 'rlktt. and the r5l of mimhor wa sled. there hlar present and, . werInp thOdfr names thef ollowing: F. , chne!d.' President, and Leo, S east Carronl Parish. . Bon"y and A. E. Kell, Madi ten Parisk 8a T. Shag, Teasa Parish. J.-. .L n ad J. D. Neal, Con-. Absent: B. F. Young, Tensas. A qumua being present, the regu hur b=n was taken up, as follows: r e, of minu...

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. — 24 December 1921

aa~ n orial trms I SARI BEARD. 'PHONE NO. 7-W. Tn order is nt of the greatest interest to the mo.t roplr, ea or u telephone ot send us any- items they rmople, ott ht hor publieation here. ib d~partment must reach us not later than Thursday Conr~ T w.Telephon No. 7-W. p--b-ic-tia Ev body be too busy etoadyt y, so we willi f to ave all the r next week,l save oo, m arger affairs ll take t of all fmew, Cerist ay of our! 'Saivior who all n. Mrs Rosabeen with n Mrs. Rosa se MeCowand in Moble, S r c night. C Another on the latter aart of last Mr Mattie oatner, a~ k in Newt Orleans and b.eoin the t •_est of her si inla Mr. and Mrs while in the latter plate. Sundy of Mr. and Mrs. William re Mr. and Mrs. Audley of, Nat' Mis Mary tbeA5 rwk-end Carieet m the paro wre n Mr. Chac who is at tending L. S of he fS-. Rmate ones htor cm early and wasto ci me home for the has been here for mo.re le The bther a4, Messrs. Leme Dale r, ar rtWednd ,d Christmas w their aUer friends i are wasu ger Miss HB...

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. — 24 December 1921

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYR1GH'1T3O~mS MURBIL O. to i "HE IS DEAD!" old F) nopses - Loitering on the San Francisco vater font, John Ral- by ney, newspaper reporter, is accost- ('e[g ed by a giant blind man, who asks the Railney to lead him aboard the sealing schooner Karluk. In the cabin they find Captain 8tmms and he i a man named Carlaen. Simnms rec the ognises the blind man, calling him side Jim Lund. Lund accuses Samms of abandoning him, blind, on an ice and floe. and denounces him. Slmms He denies the charge, but Lund re- will fus to be paetied. He declare lo his inention of accompanylng the Karluk o its expedition north, te where ft Is ging in quest of a gold feld which Lund has discovered rol Pegg. (mas' daughter. i aboard n and detfeds her father. Carto, who Is a physician as well as nrst ite mate. drugs Rainey. Awakl g from spo his stupor. ainey fnds himself at ha` see, Caries ltfoerm him be has been kidnaped. He offers RBaSy a share of the soldw, ae Ratney is ...

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. — 31 December 1921

H CONCORDIA SENTINEL I. L. ROUNTR r OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR voL. xxxx i VII)ALIA, CON(CODI{IA PARISH, LA., S»'I UIAIA IiA ;('lIliDEHI{ 31. 121 Io". COLONEL WATTERSO PICTURESQUE KENTUC AND WRITER PASSE SUDDENLY. END COMES AT JACK Had Been In Florida For In Aeoordance With Cusom.-Was Proml PolieVs For S0 Y Jacksonville.-"Marse I terson, content with th: his life, is resting fron With only the members diate family present and of the service unannount of the venerable Kentuc who died here will be vault to remain until ap will be`taken home to flnal resting place be sic sad farther in Cave Bill Louisville. Became of the grief and sister and for fear would attempt to attend smple service at a mo which preceded laying e body, Bsary Watterson, that the hober the made public sad the fa that these be no floral string that th service connected with tt be 3possble. The Rev. Mr. plast of the ...

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. — 31 December 1921

e Cocordia Sentinel SP-L;-,HED EVERY SATURDAY VI 4LIA, LOUISIANA S.'lVAY, DECEMBER 31, 1921. E cered at the Po t Office, Vidalla, "a., .s Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible fir the views: and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. P T,. POUNTREE. MlYr. and Pub. F:FTH DISTRICT LEVLE BOARD. Reg.ilnr Metnesrs, Scor.d Wednes days in .hnnnary, April and Octo btr, at rellulah, Louisiana BOND RESOLUTION. On motion of Commissioner Shields du:ly secorded by Cnmmisvoner Kell. thef ollowinn resclvtion, after discus sin. was unanimously adopted. Be It Resolved. That this Board availing itself of the authority vested in it by Act No. 141 of the Acts of the Legislature of the State of Louisi ana for the year 1916. entitled "An Actto apthorize the Board of Com missioners for he Fifth Louisiana Levee District to issue and negotiate bends not to exceed One Million Dol lars additional to the issue authorized by Section 12. of Act 44 of 1886, and Act 184 of the G...

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. — 31 December 1921

S • atI At [ ISS MARIE B ONE NO. 7-W. Se orrrateea dnterrst ta tuo ,_o Tn orddr to make this ders eeatt int t to th m e or send us any items they )eople, our readers are request here d us any items tey may have that are suitable for Contrihutions for this dpart each us not later than Thursday for publication the same week. With the young people home the holidays and many, family ga i-s and dinners on Christmas the Yuletide passed all too qu f~r the College set, for by the e this week the girls and boys will returned to school. Numerous small farpily p have no doubt assembled durin week; many friends have exc visits to extend wishes for a Christmas" and the younger se enjoyed a successive list of d etc., so altogether the week has a gay one. No more befitting homage have been paid the Infant J Whose birthday, means Chri (Christ Mass) than was evince the immense concourse of wo' prs at the Cathedral in Natche -M;d-night Mass on Christmas The beautiful old edifice was a with candle...

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. — 31 December 1921

J. AllenD "Illustrations by~ Irwin Mters 'Cop jh Pobbs errill Co. O8ME FIGHTI Synopsis.-Loitering on the San Francisco water front. John Rai ney, newspaper reporter. is accost ed by a giant blind man, who asks lainey to lead him aboard the healing schooner Karluk. In the cabin they find Captain Simms and a man named Carleen. Simms rec ognzses the blind man, calling him Jim Lund. Lund accuses Simme of abandoning him, blind, on an ice floe, and denounces him. Simms denies the charge, but Lund re luses to be pecilied He declares his intention of accompanying the Kariuk on its expedition north. where it is going in quest of a gold field which Lund has discovered. Peggy. Stams' daughter, is aboard, and defends her father. Carlsen. who is a physician as well as first mate, drugs Rainey. Awaking from his stupor, Rainey finds himself at se r CUarlsn informs him he has been kidnaped. He offers Ralney a share of the gold. and Rainey is forced to declare himself satisfied. Lund gives him a br...

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