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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 21 February 1920

* ss-mm I. Al *4 RU OO ~.S ~u Sa ft `.1lw "' w jI1 .; . ~T dot M , 1!i~i OrlO( vim, La.. w.a.... TOm Ms~o r. $ pr,$ ab:2 AR. esq. h A in .: s , F. wasua Pleat & C060 l ibrl $ 1 1 Oft. Uft. a Plt' O... Lbg..Tr$S CIL -+' - 573~ -Tom "'a. SU -~ M. ·twumr OI, I It~ d dasof Feb. *19 san+--Isd1e ther of stait toº m .eeed Robert has warv.ad to See.r n Ww Bare~r ed UI dw P of SEiC Potlh Ac Ia~t r 9 th e m o st ant h o rD e m Mar. Bon a is the candidta te atia £lc tk anri a- lme' Join hi this mpo,. meelht" muo -i .5 Iwo ie"ý.s~w a~w Jvi1 -l* U~ low~ TSjirs Wea *ta*, d. io guess ýwgr . Wit. ' ~.e mat is zt.a 7-s. "I C.14 it =t. a ..iil+at r alc 5.6C $rri h IrI8~ whe Ma 'tlbbbbbb~~~l~r~ ananIs bei rain liC lowesi- 4I V 41 nauth mam > A Th Ass Novemaber I4. We hsi setion Reasl rear 12.16 UP rDo i ft the. C. S lidsh Agent Tme Shaef has uatbaizded * advise out vrm' that the .qseensswibedel tai~ 'islea a taxof$1 . S OLO oge, a id $2.00 on fetoI doh, m* saauwe mast be said *at mnI ea Mi us ...

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. — 21 February 1920

ASPIRIN-A Talk Take Aspirh esly as told by "Bayer" The a "Rayer" idltMes the aehe, Toothache, Earache, Neura true, world-famous Aspirin pre- gia, lumbago, Rheumatism, Nea seribed by physiea for over ritis and for Pain. eighteen years. The e xe "Bayer" Always say "Bayer" when buy ameans genumie Aspirin proved safe ing Aspirin. Then look for the by millions of people. safety "Bayer Cross" on the pack In each =nbroken package of age and on the tablets. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" you Handy tin boxes of twelve tab are told how to safely take this lets cost but a few cents. Drug genuine Aspirin for Colds, Head. gists also sell larger packages. Aspiris Is trsde mak of ayer NManus-tare MoanoceticacidesCer fel iuecylUcsdd Marcror Part of Dras in 1600. In the sixteenth century no lady conidered in full dress unless ehe bad, a wirror at her breast. It was eval Ia shape. abou_ four loches in sJto end Oa w----- -Ow FOR SO YEAM D9 FoI MALARIA. CILS and FEVER Mu.., l. urs. u A Lovely Garden At :...

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. — 21 February 1920

m   cpra,-c peta 'wader-- ew -oa-ch as . , breath bad, your ski *-'W! you believe you need vile, ea lome to start liver and U]wvs my sanmtee I Ask your drug ist a bottle of Dodson's Liver Sml° tad e ake a spoonful tonight. If it start your liver and straightes :p better than calomel and ping or making you sick I to go back to the store dad money. nalomel today and tomorrow feel weak and sick and nan .ts.i. Doa't lose a day. Take a *-NOWf at harmless, vegetable Dod S e' Liver Tone tonight and wake up ra U s .ledid. It is perfetly harm s, so give it to your children a .iql It ela't salivate.-Adw. lw t pay days of those who wora Tr o e are Uncertain. HOUSEWORK - da,.I ee * edik E Pink eI- aow Vtnd*r Mrsa·I. Kwaanimays tig ll.--" I udertd with dis me to take L . Itmrabs Ve-dl uothe Samative Wu ashl toek her advice wand W do a"tdo sadeslot . befOe, acd I bylwsthe wnetC b eas -ee this letter you W eado m ven ." . 5 ,S s . ,kd . i ., ý , -I a d . a I, a Ir s dAe", .. e" $5..1ir se h...

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. — 21 February 1920

e 14r f 'i.)- -A! If/ , "'" A ip/ ii p' p , 1gga i'e' lb "tmare. Some of as walk or have walkd 1I K .ý pals Mtn s estaggs does our sleep; most of as know people who do. And - a few of as have Lad ezpevienest so simlar to agy'.: WWI" li at s " Po.that of James Sapleosa that we shiver at the 4":Y law - la Itr ____ _____________ThowS U 'who h jas pd seek expertsa n readily aaderstand why J. S. Plaib, a manufate rite the ollowlag letter to th prosecutor of .New ar -ii~i L ·z' - - { Jn. (1 ·4;41 'I I - "iýrSf was the It -r al. spoke. sad I tY as Ba sta e ssbe tk~eed at er, rid. e fst'. br he m I sw Sat fikirs was a past t bob 6 bow bSa, MA I rmslud· I d t w as 6 I lad abet mat a kt.sot a 1'sa isi sas but last ..7ks. with Or *6. si m bs wb. Nyaed the dsre e Mtw uib w ww bswik w s.tms is see~suds.e rsºwkw Sed huesmud suB uae a.* bbaOw dcsr a my- wa19. . se ba eke r b eu mesr usithus ~ b~~ es., Mw as. iirit r satawa 1td ý> tr ·tj;;"tui .r w of tip imago 0 rri m. 1 1. eIkmt a. A Li* i at...

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 April 1920

CNCORDIA DENTINEL ;iaie.. r al m 0T PAM3 OF TM PAR= Or 20 w YWWa, Umee MOR"AM. AND rTrHr LOUISIANA LVEE DISTRICT. rwO DOLLABrS PA VEAL - IXIX VIDALIA, CONWORDIA PARJSH, LA., SATURDAY APRIL 3 1920 MO. 11 RE IN THE LONG RUN" ~~2b i~NTSa tir~~i k nmofS ~cnd r. by I" 'w . UNAR i TAX 'U,' I" TO@ ' T "i. 4.w ·, ii;·I ,~~-a -·· ·' 'Q. x , 1 · i ` I k ·;-3V EATl l QUARANNlE .ALL OF LOUISIA DELEGATION IS APPOINTED ,O ATTEND MdETING CALLED IN WASHtNGTON. OTHERS. REAUZ1NG MENACE Loulelana Division of mspran Cob Ion Aesseation tSutlatlve atye. -- ,ea.sl1 has tai ! U.Y 115pMs ito e a deter at agaatast the- Mlesa plak b ll wrm, whlb hte made se appear. sae ia Caerom, Wlesdleas and Jot fterea Das parihs., aosaordtsg to W. D Thomapem, ehbsrman of the Leuallaas Dieioles t the Amsrioea The federal bepartment of Apical. fom has Ueae a sea for a misee to be held in Wahtafgt April to esider e advsfs asity of .rsausl . IS '.rmas and Tams, where the Sheo aspereL. Mr. Thbmpeos hee imuaged to have a deleg...

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 April 1920

r- - f.. East Is Against West on St. Lawrence Improvement WASHINOGON.--The question whether or not It is advisable to Imprbve the St. lawrence river so that ports on the Great tIAcs will have access eastward to the sea, so that deep draft ocean-golang freighters can load at Chi cago and other lake ports Is now up In earnest. eteis have began and w t E Y U DO00i the commls onesn have decided to vis SS- ' It ED IT- It Chicago and othqr ports so that they may be able to get the views of ( shippers at' first band. The first hearing of to l Interna tional waterwai coau.msslon took S place ton Buraio. As the proposed im-, provements are along the boundary Sline between the United States ad . nada, both nations are represented on the commatia. The United States is represented by Obadiah Garner. of Maine; R B. Glenn of Nerth Carolina. and Clarence D. lark of Wyoming. The Canadisas are Charles-A. McGrath. A. J. Powell and 81r William Bearst. Mr. Gardners tharmasn. The points,. to be consi...

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 April 1920

"1 Ms I ..*as it f se seneomt so" a at elD .a w*es -bm -080 a - W 3m mu lrer ave mas U *at *silness be aat; belG% yes w3n wWe up agr to raimr tothtiat . aM teait bmeless a £t elNof " the Unie$ ao t* eir4nj 3m d waitG d seii ait as b W abeasopt o* .oIsthbe altml ofth eofgt Wal. l iiERI * rupA r a**s edusatAt :uL s Ir ·I PI·`l y r cr 4^1 STILL LIVELY. - 3 'lst think," aused the merry ol pmatlma,. as be watched q rowd a eettep bers. "foart? erird 1 o I trM tL that."* t"Welm, ysa ha ven't heageda amck saw." repied his triend. "It's trme yeo deat wear lad bat beads aM mscks an burst forth to a college yell at ,eery opportunt, but you ew the lmarist aunLmabbl Ia town, and I det knew at eahodj who books his hrl' Withedbt may ietrcUlar rMasm wpmu stes' tham ye de."-Irnd t Q Pks mr r :1 ·. told is aN . e* " atilt * LY u de be I ' 1M k t eo haes a oelqt apsi agitmes+*aW yeueg M V~c" '1 . 5 : f ~ ·· 3~ I r: · " i I ME SUBSITAIAL ArU Warm in Winter and, Cool in Summer. DESIGN WITH STRONG APPEAL...

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. — 3 April 1920

S VOALIA, LOUISIANA sTr r.UMRDAY. APRIL 8 1990 P thel IWr AT TlH POr OICr, JIDALIA, vari LA., A BBCOND CLCS oAIL MATTR. Con - - - ' -- - _lne. _ ,'b . - Le n d The Sesr"'1c is net responsible fd the idwsand opinion. ef orrospondents F sppuriang in ita col**ns. we .. ... .nve(urc r ae Aaw. "egal r saeetlng, cuond Wedaeedays 1 April. Jly slad Oetoberat per L. ROUNTrBE. Mgr and Publisher J RAgP t-u. A. F. 4 ·-I IM@I .. ' lieei "16 s. ,y.; -C -; S . 2. 1 sa a rin, 120 ca STATE OF LOUISIANA;i PARISH OF CONCORDIA- f Public sotice is hereby given, that there will be an election held at the various polling places in the pariah of Concordia. State of Louisiana, on Tue day, the 20th of April, 1920, for State ti and Parish offlcers. Further notice is hereby given, that io we have appointed the following Comn-" missioners and Clerks to serve at saK w election, to-wit: J. Ward 1. w- Comm-salsnes-A. d. ieCearle . Knapp, J. Culpep- W per; C . J. M. D .s ace .o misaio.ers J. H. Hs. Foobus, J. D...

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. — 3 April 1920

OU , .ot K NOW That yeaor Stationery meets with approval when our box Papeteries are used. We have just received the season's novelties in EATON, CRANE & PIE'S WHTIG'S andll MARCUS WARD'S Paper and Correspondence Cards .T,The VIDALIA DRUG CO. Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Tavlor ientertained'uesday evening com pthnentatl to their sister Miss •Lent Dook. MIrs. Tailor wore a beautiful spring model of flow g:orgette crepe. Miss Cook :iail y in a most becoming ir& eof Persin blue ind beads. u adred. players, by *eim 1 .JIthe drawing and dining rooms one. The queen merrimsnt 'i td the pqrtiipattO until ~.^ for the to depwt. Miss .1 e Lyle scored' the higihst .ay awarded a, beautiful Are.let ef sheer texture, ii- Mctray won tIhe ! proir . a handker Seven thhouh it was the iMi' Rath Ohlsen en .sati. k of candy. Brick id v eso.ppe4 t• e di p !mpopit successful Ciok r eturned td to o ole Wejne Lrft haw in; ' dted her tJ, s -5 r~r·i~t ViiC FEllIDAY ITTES. Special Easter services will be he...

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 April 1920

Daet g.a . . . . . , . . t r e r t l l i as M agabl4 I Wadi r-~---- 1 I ow m4 16 I x as1 a ar. t aa d emV (r es eeleb *M I seed a La ter se, alcrl alip .lprr a I *k rl1 Misss PNGUIN REFIUSES. ir. Jehany Pengsin modtbed 4wu hiMs theh with grvet rea . roet was going aeailtng. He kidted arOiWd the beab anwl the. gamed keenly fari aut uPs the are aa He strftted areoad a momwns or two and thun taed aesr him aaian. *What shall I take herr" b asked M lu. There were e lenty of other pengulns around whop he aouMd have asked for advkice but be didn't want ayone's advice. He wanted to deride ae questhio baimeif. The Stl thing was that be dItolt quite dew how to answer kbi own questiL That was dclult pe. It ant certainly wa "1 might," be said to hlmself. "take r ag. seamo wave. 71et wouldM be a pa enet each as ao peS has ever ad -hSfte and it woeld be aivr to P tI iutn I ds Wr kew be to the wave t r ier. ,tAs oms I sgo i another piht cos.ae afln; and take aseq= bRee . That rdtWsi waves 1hae...

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. — 3 April 1920

/4 minu inin w i G ý. - t n .. .,.eSI -r4U M L. ItJ~W l. le f in .adbm".Io Paik~ crhw~ :IW mle,\~t I! ;004gFptwte 4t" *t wrwb ~i i~~S r4 Y 4 .~ F TCHUR P ON WAR WORK Period of Congestion and Vex atious Delays 'Is Virtually at an End. AISWER WiTH REAL LETTERS Strides of Great Importance- Made In Bringing laurance -Business of Bureau to an Absolutely Current Basis. Washington. - Announcement is made by Director R. G. Cholmnlley Jones of the bureau of war risk Insur ance that the Insurance division of the hbureau is virtually at the end of its period of congestion and conse quent dissatisfaction and vexations delays, resulting from the grent vol ume of work suddenly thrown upon It by the demobilisation of the armed forces during the past year. Former service men are assured that they will be answered promptly from now on with real letters, Iautend of with form paragrapha mr unsatis tectory form letters, In all casesphkih requlre detailed and specific answers. T61s Is the Brst time that...

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. — 3 April 1920

a eg AUW.i D1*WRAL ýU mew presdidet . jrg* • eI Lntead Of SUPU ".oe s peding to the gil 1 pr e. . dbeabi hI by ece " =t Prmirt Feioae drven with a " .i oron ,1t the Petit BomboO h an·k of the Seae to t ' 5bo had hoee pala.e ar det t iI orto spate to the 4 aW hi. the ret net of t f he gh ateIel sa :pi Ftqs1 the squinpea aset hi ai . or --ofc~r~ -44'ir IOiidc'cha ei,1 - - tf D - 0 poIPbcare .1, '· ···r IL. sc t r r r Ibw a,r ~Rti A ý.l '4 ..<r "Y- , .. Y' .. - ý ..ry-ý ., :. ' S::,.. :: .. - _ '31. poUsca're not complained bitterly of its unhapplness. Indeed Mine. Caslmlr-Perler, a woman of high spirit, oc cupying by reason of her noble birth and blue blooded ancestry an agree able position in the Parl. sian great world, especial ly among the old aristoc racy, found life at the Elysee palace so Intolera ble that she forced her husband to resign the presidency after less than six months in office. She denoupced the Elysee as nothing more nor less than a gilded prison. It is the res...

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 April 1920

NCORDIA SENTINEL . OFTIL PAPU OF it E PA 1 I OF OO.OODIA, TOWN O0 VIDAA.A. WMOOL BOAID. AND IPTE LOUANA LVE DI ICT. TWO OLLA P AL LXI VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY APRIL 10 1920 . 1 -_-·_ VDL, OODIP&J, A ATDAARI 01 N.1 •% ,-., •E I .. . .. . .,. :. A.. .. .. ...."W ... -;. ... --"-7". .. . -. . . . . . .. . f` a"d -a "irror :in ES -by the hi sto' r of tire It PtkJ D RLU?. IIDS WAR TAX .' " isia ,. s. s 6 i ' 4'" " c t IlruL-t·I >~l U STAiuJ REMVAL ablu( test AlERS PLANTERS tion acnt SUGAR GROWERS INSIST THAT dast EXPERIMENT SITE SHOULD BE NEAR CITY. inte COMMITTEE IS APPOINTED '"e of I ens Lease of Sugar Experiment Station $15 in Audubon, Enjoyed for Thirty- shoe one Years, Has Been Abo. the gated By CommissIon. nual seat New Orleas.--A condnittee. com- wee posed of Col. J. D. Him, Dr. W. C. will Stubbs and W. G. Tag' rt, has been The appelated by the Louisiaas Sugar so Platters' Association to select a new site and arrange for the removal of the Audubon Park ...

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 April 1920

s T'1 tr ;r *16 i.} .,i~'~·· I 4'.. AN ® RE I. A itg@W@U WATU.L va mogr J isye he waia we a rse around to b besne aerd ere a e atke poawl party. Bel gaw tro t ba euaiswlese ad evsthiam· wit he rghb t * to rld the hCo ashe h Sale. t. 'theI et, d spaes" ae "ie to sm.;: if IIJ has due to go owr thae Veek d eds ". "W ithe sit aehtI5s as .as eNM a. sta lad. mave w a a Mapleu be one ~ ..~ 6 .nen sms? am fre en I 4 *to 'II hne ?,oUQra VAo~tV. to easse war9, r was kurems ** a-d ada* what ord s Qt uMý do uus aW pim.n " e `Il'atenits. as This e -htt atoe* e 0.ay1 I-u4if /iior mast "uva se ". t t aeti6r194 mear f . _Z _ go iir t e 1 -shit WatSI as t S ý; '.+ý "- ,ti t . amuhowrtM f *t C _ w Oumat asu ssy *e t seT' an aotae. . .. au s so ee a mee e~w. 'N li j Mthe sk -' a by susn e assawtl SSharks Aergtins Start Operauons Int South America to Pro tet U.L Exoters. ma IE is T Off ,Mamaeturi ShYu Register Their Tramsmhe With the Gevernment '%t Sepver Trademark. Buenos Are.--Dlspatcbes from the Un...

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 April 1920

LIAq A Abu A abe LADY. CAWFoRD LUTTRaELL. do, SsesaM. t Mcsee. NWesmer ~llresp O) qulv had lroed Gordon Wilson ever Swe could remember, but his at- the oward her was ttwiM same big "I lnterest that be showed k. Gt d'ster., eae. He tweaked her Pei 'made fun of the little lite of tone etlt dusted her aristocrttl loakIlag ose. He told her about his in I aterma lttest sOpses of love for vart- swit 'es girlsd 6st of whom were visit- acL; g .t avoarites. In other words, mo loved so spany that Peggy felt ,there " was some bealm for her own heartache we t to that *y7 symptom. No affair he asks ever lasted leug enough tb cause her sub ayi real asniety. S. he was havI:g a cap of tea with darl Anne late one spring aftermpo4 both " o' . them seated on a big tufted dev- WC1 .sport .that was' 4rwn up hospitably l - ore a cheery little blase that seemed the 4-- take t chille out of the wld living. hef ean, whoes Gordon came Ia. alw sellEa girls! I'm just It time for shfl a l ake. hahT? Say, Peg...

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 April 1920

.·t' / IN "^, -·. I·· 1' li/ arr as a meber .f the $%sw aet as a claims commi While the Board di for somea thie the scariet of , dps: ato essldering their fin w f, ble to raise the salary sIhedole. reles the t should osme to their relief.. On nomination af perihten *ist, the speowit g wj ro appoted: New Er.*iiMr W a Prin.. eipal Mirs touan, fIh ' s. i*pss ,t. ti aiuto th 1ivet west of steud of around it »ýefter dli`cnptea s ms data tbe.ra are preslafted to tthe jury, oneQ of the' two, rk will be .chpa. Action do the p litc was therefore deferred until afar thee above *wrveya are mawe ,M O n mawi~ mi A -o"} duly ain Terri ot Vida ' south., Th was done in e that cr whiekla nr Sback at the. Jandifgau the 2 - dala from 'washed sway wa&t of the aW theycolr iont I a On it W9stoo. r. seondee bat 'ý ýt os the ~~i~'tt the~ Of Ala ai* ;$t: -P~l~d Lee ~t~a4user en a ilkous tta f at W.K J ~~Zs.~ *lp swrsar ~ trt seeu .ems Wkk as Z~I Ci- -di~ik 3~6' llital xL t at I1hiM4i .doa d bytate Col~...

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. — 10 April 1920

L+ - e o o. ..7 , - . i yaki ( z * yý US"DitI ~ : · A. 41:11 X Qki ,rrý s .t r. pau toff . G (e Ther, 'K· ~ Mr *poM a Aiey b t a these.; s a **"natritiop w.i1 "ýw - 1 .11" " The oloi - , iag n:2oom ool .A =. q. * ., ;·:c -! It is tl sad do the Snti netto chrontd~ of one of our gobd Mt,. Liz zie Nagent, ,wb:lh..Je d vent happened Sund 2M.e at the hore of her M 11 . M. Wilson, at W - - She is survive4bysi erg Myesses J. 4 Wilonw J. W. .Wilsoh rta s. M n and three sisters, Mrr. . Wa. i S. 1P . Cross, abd Mrs. J. B. CathlU and a number of other rtiawti;ves. . .,_ ,was. aedI4cted' by I ent hgad bd suf -? (o ve or six wWl, and tious somewhat expebted her death came as a profound. shock at oer many relatives and friends. iThe sympathes of, thtfSenti so1 goout to the beread fam olof the GrOtand Iarterm of the Disth rict 2 emeaa on I " .the ii day of Mat, MVI, to-WHt: -M 3 Wavd. 4a Ward _ ... . . . f... ... -.oy ........ . .'mdm"i' ,a .. oa..... " J. I;J.. l S . r. Ford,. .t 1 L.ýL ...

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. — 10 April 1920

ba "4 That FhsFav WI Itth fI to AK 1 £ICELT RAIE - ~ pa -~ em olmso IbN to --k j:Jp-irrr t º t ` o ~ tue I~ ir~t-~nsrb th Idqt '. hin* W ~tri-·~pi~iJ .rº..r. ý. OWN01 a m-] r . t t3 ~ ' Jr~t a.' iiK.ý:ýa wy. , W it, 'Wp s 41 NWiu bgai·. li ia- ;f.s - a3r mc~rwrr a 4,· 4J 'In. ?1··.-I ~ 13~ o wtehethe 'aatistet.cta of kem wlas Jte 1abs as .ie t e fttIstt This house is naery ua r al freatage at 38 feef6 indarcS ad 0a daepth of T feet. The hip root, the dl ided winadows, the perch aet into the e or. and the pergoll at the end oer the dtlve to the garage all are soAd features. The bungalow is of treme construction set on a concrete unation hbelow gra'e and a bra k foimdatlm of about two and one-half feet above grae. fHew the rooms are arranged and their dlmensions are show' by the floor phm that e anmpaies the perspee . Th entan6e~lff the porch leads into the lving room. which extends aa--- t.he ftet of the house. This m Is 12 feet wide and 20 feet 6 --admg le4a. An open fireplace ...

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. — 10 April 1920

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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. — 10 April 1920

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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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