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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 29 May 1920

STHE .C( 9NTINEL i J. SOUINTRa, Proprist.r. OFFIOIIL PAP UR OF THE P w .a .. .. -- - _ LOU I IAN& LEVEE DISTRI T. TWO DOL .A S ~M L VOL XXXIX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA.. SATURDAY MAY 29, 192o N0. 19 "BEST IN THE LONG RUN" I a slogan almost as oldas 1 the history of tires. It means "the long run" of Good Faith and Good Will---a mirror ing of the confidence placed in GOODRICH TIRES by psers everywhere. PRICE LIST INCLUDES WAR TAX Grey Red Sta Tread Tra Tube Tube Swd a eat s' 8.00 1 4.10 WmOKs safety' 4.15' 3 0 4.70 . 31a% -.S4fety 1.o0 UAS 5.65 ss Safety 21.4 4.46 .15 41l4 Safety 34.10 5.60 5.75 lgo cSaety .146 6.50 6.15 S a Sety 4050 370 6.56 a", Sal 41.06 0M A S FOR SALE BY VIDALIA DRUG CO. 3TURE SHOW Q F Al/Phselan ---2 .oil 1-7 Iý-M W . VILLA DOES NOT LIKE ELIMINATION PAMOUS MEXICAN FIGHTER HAS NO LOVE FOR SUCCESSFUL REVOLUTIONIST. MAY AGAIN TAKE THE FIELD Dislikes Gen. Obregon, and Gives Out Statement That Unless Satisfied Will Take Up Arms Against the New Rulers. Chihua...

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. — 29 May 1920

.f 7 S Y . ý S 1 f 1 f %R 9iir rr1 ww s me" f tm Vow ww ý. wc·rli i~ '-· , ··. ; L (.r s m ar*w0St *t * ar bI a Awl -~rrrb s -aprit·w "ist a Wr M the -k V'0 ;.1~1 r-i ~w -' *~ior -t -I ý TMý i { ý ýýa X3z Y rý ýýJ :., '. ý'; `3 4r .t'L. Y I 1 . -i - the mm ". . Slwi ,a ra. ibtw. a ! two s dipsumasted t$il6 P 4 * mge r"ons all are or sooa aim. or plans- s howsn muc -oe t h hbas been provMte, the b " 9a aor dothlis each room. Lhe baeu e n p. woreerint t lQ the beating pani and rooems for tewtoIn age orf fel, food and tther arti x : tends under the whole of t Mhe h with the erveptla e. the living prob. The foundation of the hoase Is of co* crete. which is plastered InsMIe md te bastmuat has a cement ofr. YIotm this short description It wlM be unbderstood that this borme dealga Is Smodern in every respect. The tsms ae arraged with the idea of kaihgL them cemveabnt for the bo wnp a54 eeairtabie and roomy fee the memlts sof the faily. At the ame 8IP(3 fhII~I Wm a itagrT atcr e e1 Aug. 14...

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. — 29 May 1920

WU1LD NOT HOLD OUT LONGER Virginia Lady Realized She Couldn't Stay Nervous, Weak, Pale, and Hold Out Much Longer.-Cardul Helped Her. Dublin, Va.-Mrs. Sallie aughett, of Route 2, this place, recently related ber interesting experience in recover ing? her health, saying: "When . . came on I was in a very bad condition and nothing the doctor gave me did me any good. Some say yot have to let this take its course .. but I knew there ought to be something to give relief. I was nervous, weak and pale I couldn't eat or sleep to do any good, and felt I couldn't stand this very long "I heard and read of Cardul, and how it had benefited other women in the same condition, so decided to us it myself. After my first bottle I fell better, so, of course, kept it up, anC it did the work. "It helped me as nothing else did, I began to pick up right away. I ate and slept and could rest. I knew I was getting better. I kept it up and it did wonders for me." Thousands of women, suffering as this Virginia ...

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. — 29 May 1920

Msed Overy .atarday. lOALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. MAt 29. 1980 U At TEE TO0T OFPICE, 1DALIA, i6 . AS SBCOND CLA'AIL EATTEE. The San1Was. is not rueposible fo dovsm and opinions of correspondenth is its toloans. MrTII *ISCt LT3v3 HOARD. . Regular meeting seoed Wednesdays April, July and October,at P. L aOUNTREE, Ugr. and Publisoer S s 1ms11 C00 OF UrYI. Editor eacordia Sentinel . er hir:-As every one see i to i,, a eady for th high cost of iv , 1et caive yeod amiae. e ry man aus woman, who works ia blng. pt'i, at least, a good 10 1Mr day ef good, efieat labor. Let be increased, not ely in but alelsai quality. The far" mea pets in a twelve hour day, to make " eapsr foodstufs for people who are ggmat i g 1i strikes for higher pay id' fewer work bour-stop lading ` aspto foreign nations, Let them 'i _4 and get rid of teoo boribw i Prance at d Belginm are the ations who safead any property m a rsauls t the war, aod FranM sr bled whiter, nor Belgium any seestaeds, tem was the Soath. Mss...

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. — 29 May 1920

epare For the Summer Months -SEE OUR LINE OF TOILET CREAMS TALC POWDERS SALTS T "AT BATH BRUSHES A FACE POWDERS FACE CREAMS RUBBER and NATURAL SPONGES will find all of your old toilette aids and many new ones in our up-to-date store VIDALIA DRUG CO= S with regret that the Sent- The mem sY of the death, at her Club were lb Alexandria, of Mrs. M. Ruth Ohise who was fouud dead at the lat Monday night, by relatives ter avenue Sthe family. She has been in When the t health for some time, and hostess' h in her seventieth year. She their surpr motherof Mrs.JackYoung p:cture-sha Ax-andria. Mrs. Kit.ie Alex- pictures it * of New Orleans, and Miss tess' home arrio.. of Alexandria. the club. Smone time, ye'is -age, rep dining rool atFort dslUs, Miss, where club colors soa was euinged in the mer- After a v brine , She was also r- gram rend the SbIckler fmniy of that bers, they -i He'r umaims were carried room whet 3rt Adams ror interrment. lightful su ,a also a friend of Mr. and very prett: F, ...

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. — 29 May 1920

CALOMEL DANGER ITOLD BY DODSON Says You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead Calomel loses you a day! You know what calomel is. It's mercury; quick silver. Calomel is dangerous. It crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. When you feel bilious. sluggish, constlpated and all knocked out and believe you need a dose of dangerous calomel just remember that your drug gist sells for a few cents a large bot tle of Dodson's Liver Tone. which is DONT LET THAT COUGH CONTrINUA Spoin's Distemper Compound will knock it in very short time. At the first sign of a cough or cold in your horse. give a few dooes of "SPOHN'S." It will act on the glands, eliminate the disease germ and prevent fuorth er destruction of body by disease. "SPOHN'S" has been tIe standard remedy for DISTEMPER. INFLUENZA. PINK EYE. CATARRHAL FEVER, COUGHS and COLDS for a quarter of a centu...

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. — 29 May 1920

: T SPELLS Told in * N. Y.-"When I com Change of Life I was poorly had no appetite and had fainting pell. I suffered for two or three years be fore I bega tzki Lydia E. Pinkmni Vegetable Com and the Liver Pil hich I saw ad vertised in the ler d s n ond about twelve bottles of our Vegetable and found It a wonderful ommenced to pick at Stifr wasn reliev ubers about relk dnI tw of some who taken it. to help others all I can." D=& 487 W. Lafayette N. Y. geof Life is a most crit to a woman's existence, the sapterownad normal bwa lth ' gttv ealy da o ,. this relable remedy eam. aor harmful drugs and to the,medidanal e Ls ati,.on ad herbs s oma "N or erder.  si , were a«dr Lip t eatIa Uncle Sam Honors Pilgrim Tercentenar W ASHINGTON.-The observances this year and next of the thrcen tenary of the landing of the Pilgrims will be varied, with several nations participating. The house has passed a resolution appropriating $400,000 for participation by the federal govern ment. The resolu...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 29 May 1920

I i I.. N .ational S--- Park To e nlarr ed 6j1John / / la to be•en larged --accordng to al 5f O Pv ifee d to. T t 5, . ? : .;~:.' : " : .: .  i: :i,:'?:". : ·::.!. -~:::..i:::::8. ' ~:'i: ? :::::::::::::: · .": ~~~~~~~~i:~g .·j:j:·:'-.:·:·:·: :'.:..:::+';::-:~·:.':i ;:i:: i: d.lt a..'Th.e n ae pse ... ." .:.::·:B,.',':.`'.~" '" ""X "·2,:: . - .....;..: ...~:;::::::j:~ : ::::::: .:,.., .. .f , ii:: ::..).. ..-]. -.. - ~ :. ... ::. ., - ..o:j :: . .. . :.:.'.:, the bill (..2797) the other day with- .. .... .... :. ., ..Ai. . . . .. . at oppottfio. The house is likely - to follow ualt; at least 30 oppoSl tios to the pr4ect has made its ..p:nD.ce publi.y. The uatlon-. - T i eshs..p r...- .:.t.: ~t M iencmicaily attractive, is matumaly pat th pk heaotttd owto ebe cntatrn ioie s r .. dv tlopenet of theepasdk ~ - ~ .m.-. ~ .world--only one immense basin apparently formed ~ ~ 99,81 ajs 'Te gmazgesmtin ands ntfet disappearance through subterfuaneal' b heut111 sq rge.a tene otr...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 June 1920

Q} ' -1 - .' .. .. STHE( ONCORDIA SENTINEL _ L ý'  . B , E AL sPm. ao? I=Am a OVmor waHI1 saM, 1w W W v s  rs - a m -. W~ Urm UI.OI IANA LWVEI DISTRICT. TWO DOLLARS 13 !L xxxix  VIDALIA, CONUORDIA P&ARIS, LA.. SATUIDAY JUNE 5, 1920 NO. 20 If you want soil yor Louisiana Plantation AMa Mawe the RIght Petl sad Tormni E w. Whittemore, St Jo~epb, L. Ca -Sell it maore quickly than you can sell it yourself, the only bukiness he has is Selling Louisiana- Plantations SpgInrhSale b-tls imsi. wmg mhm huu mdi yhs·r - --[ I I-- I- II ------~-i I You Can Not Do Bettw Tin Buy Year Men's Fumisling Goods and Hats GRADY'S 40.. M SG t-- lsl MaMkhn i - .y WIDALIA BANK & STRUSTCO. U. m abak aM Y.aU, Ea kbbl -ML.. -4t ~r~L~ ..i', ~B~i~B/ HUNDREDS IN NEED BECAUSE OF FLOOD BREAK WAS FEARED AT JUNC TION OF ATCHAFALAYA. AND DES GLAISES LEVEES. CURRENT STILL .ASCENDING With Farms Inundated and Water Still Rising Flooded Farmers Have Practically Given Up. Red Cross Sends Seed. Moreauville, IA.-...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 5 June 1920

high-bo CONDENSED atns CLASSICS oiv those the Ri Southe THE CHOIR g INVISIBLE +ý.lder nethea Both. James LneAE WIN uto do union there Fs- s 6- L 3mi, Wlre m H neath heart nothin len, who has lived much in New York City since school 1886. had the good age a fortune to spend t his boyhood in a country of sur- RPrS pasing loveliness. takes He was born (Deec. Am 21, 1350) near been Lexington. Ky., on the old Allen es- sense tate, where his over father settled in spiral the wilderness days. The sheer Wb charm of the blue that grass region when seems to have woven itself into her the nature of the band boy. who was des- loves tined to paint so give m a na y exquisite wood picture of his native state. love Mr. Allen took his bachelor's and to n master's degrees in the old Transyl- Inher vala unisversity, founded by Kentucky piaaeer. He was compelled, by the ilkire in his father's fortune, to begin agate to teach at ones, in public and private debt, S eicls. He later became professor of for...

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. — 5 June 1920

WANTS Si GOO; i MAKES THREATS Sudn t Turns Blackhander in Effort to Get Easy Money. ES IT ON BANKER YVemg Man Is Trapped by Offlmoer After Mysterious Calls on Phone Are Traced and Makes Full Confession. Fort Collins, Colo.-C. H. Thompson, a student at the conservatory of mu sit of the state agricultural college, confessed to District Attorney Russell' W. Fleming and Professor Alexander Emslie, head of the conservatory of music, that he had attempted to extort by means of "black hand" letters $10,. 000 from Charles R. Evans, wealthy banker and live stock man of this City, according to the two men to whom the confession is said to have been presented. Thompson declared that be had no accomplices and that the sole reason for his selection of the banker as his oIpected victim was his need for ready money. Mr. Evans received the first letter in which "blackhand" tactics were mss pected last week. It ndtified him that be had been elected to donate $10.000 to the American Equallsation orga...

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. — 5 June 1920

O~IALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAT. JUNE 6 1991 ahUAso AT W s rPe oUcI, noIAIu, tA.,. Assaon cLAUS mUAu MAYTE. h. Sm.wmtuL is not respomsibI fa th viw and pinise. of eormespondets aea ris its i"eel .. emTsg= ofYIi tUrs~wV* 1sebe. i A. wril. July nd Octobr,aI P. L. ROUNTRE, Mgr and Publiuse t s enu E a U~F eaard. bear Mr. Edftor:--The Sutf #s bill. glital fc ts " iesght tonote sud: to be - t twlU pusa. The women have umi up their minds to , 1be.are i! y. do it , #t! washpl who are working ,·p aki.kig for woman suffrage represent the women's of eneatky., Now, " abt the "oId do, when tney get oe, fisk not to vote with Sthe Denmasrts ora the i.' Am m but go i wil the tead Dchiles legion, p -esutMrt" ir. Our h mets a .pt s poaiks U - 'e pbl sf ls. SIhedsa is The Mayor and BOrd of Ald'r, es aMet in special semas it the Town Hall Wednesday, May 2th, 1920, for tie foliowba purposes. To pns ordinance aulborising Mayor sad Clerk to barow $1000 from the Vidaha Bank and f'ust Co To dies the sanitary ...

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. — 5 June 1920

Prepare For the Summer Months SEE OUR LINE4F TQILET CREAMS. ; TALC POWDERS BATH SALTS BATH BRUSHES 'FACE POWDERS - FACE CREAMS RUBBER and NATURAL SPONGES You will find all of your old toilette aids and many new ones in our up-to-date store VIDALIA DRUG CO. JI I I • i i ~ ~ i -, - - ,- i ii Letters from Mr. J. L. Roan tree, who is still in New Orleaps, under treatment of Dr. Reese, for his eyes, state that he is get ting along nicely, and that, the Doctor hopes to be able to remove the sataract from his eye in next -'bew days, and that he would be `sable to return homp..by the latter pert of. June. The commencemnent exercises ,.. the Vidala High S:hool were held' Tuesday, and the High .bhool Auditorium was filled to the guards. The costumes and dances were beadtiful, and the entire affair reflected great credit upon the teachers and pupils. The dancean of little Vivian Roberts was a feature of the exercises, as was the numerous other dances, ft the girls ad boys The little rownies, ...

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. — 5 June 1920

When you're clogged up by CONSTIPATION, jaundiced by a torpid LIVER, devitalized by Boor BLOOD or soured by DYS BPEPSIA your case calls for Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup S-an old physician's famous pre seription, in successful use for 68 years as an all-aroud family medicine. S"From His HUrt" YMr. B. J. abcher. of Shell Bluff, Ga. :"I a golg give you a teet aathat i from my hear. I would not be without DR. TiACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP in my heme and will try my very bet to t t iato every home in my loality. I take It and my wife and children take t whenever we see eoen the lest in diesMLon of a costed tongue, sine we knew that tw" ,Un is the thermom - ao the stoma'." Tw r , b V . .: * P 5 em see a r amse For MALARIA, SCHILS a. FEVER ais a M- MMSw ;i -rr - ~ u~dt oo t ~~~:~ P tWTEI3 c~. · 1. 1 1. ~-~l~~l Syp dI ICP B13 kI bfli Y Y I S4 1 w" " s'.I 2~ ,I 117,* u t·~ ~; !3 The pleasure il yours n when the other fellow hands you money. GET READY C FOR "FLU" "rq Yewr T v Agtv, ...

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. — 5 June 1920

88W WELL AID IAPPY iie a woaerra sRAO rThe of r1e r. .A J. To , 4 1, ar streett, Crosse, Wissessa, is chietly remearkable on of the length of time writes: I have been anf with chronic bronchitis for tt-six years and every winter wold catch cold and become so I could not sakfor six or weeks. I cold get only tem relief. winter I was take with and was in awful shape. A workman advised me to take RU-NA. By the time I had used three-fourths of a bottle, the arseness was gone, so that tired falng. I am on my second bottle. Hereafter PE-RU-NA will be constantly in my hbose. It is the best medicine ever put up for o uo disase due to caterrh or catarrhal conditions, PE-RU-NA is ualr dependable. Coughs, cold rrh of the ead,stomach trouble, constipation, rheumatism, n n the back, side and loins, T tgnbelching gas, indigestion, starrh of the large and small in teines, are some of the troubles for which PERU-NA is especially seeommended B-RU-NA can be purchased whe in either tablet or liquid OT...

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. — 5 June 1920

k INCTATO~~ ' 44 --~ 4 ire r r : ·:)r~iTP~(X~I,. :.3 :': aX~~bE~dC~R? lr ~ ae metos. has t+u . m is hda yew "pro ennla with c ý1i ; + - rre t e ve.. Net 1 t Mt a1es eos a Is -^A"..* IF. <a- r. p . l by :g'n e ageen o ***- those- = % 4 -" , rewuwrur PACIFIC 4 F.AN Y. p seto himself late an era In which ,. stapsa ii o*w fre decade to deadk e m distietly etIUIaeb; na which thase is aItegether too ach interest moago Let b-Lamereras an electites and votes and other seange ahlag wevast In North America. Tat, n no vary midet of this er, Manuel e t) boera malOst himself, suapplag bhis linge at sl atIsts n eset him. H. hefl the fass qesse ,ae` asomthe assasiation. ' Isyr *ij msarr e autorasts os Latin Aggaer as esm then 4mbher5's total of ofisa a l M a sad Dr. Fra W asgato- 'al t c ragmuy. The other ~uwr~rlOe~ l a d beth Ar- sMAI.entral sMae satsr ý i thew. leg t1 at otase at a not sae *l**** in.1ines Cabse.e's 0o"t of years as *>..**4.@ at -Mr ame lan~, *ec...* 6w. 8. ser-'iS--%I dew...

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. — 12 June 1920

-I-V ~i .r OONCORW~: . . . - . -, o .'- . . + * o. W, IC ..-... Al Ol L A= 1TI AMHo 0$0DITONorVP* O rM ,ý g 1 OLuxX IDLACOCODI. , " '9 0 Y UE 2.19 '" If yo wa s as 1or Louisiana Plantation Awld Mke ts bubt PeI e. sad Te.. d.r w. Whittemore, St. Josep a. Ch. SuB It more quky thr n yu can sell it yourself, as the oly busiaes he has is SeMling aouislana Plantations You Can Not Do BW Than Buy Your Msn: Fn g Goods and Hats GRADY'S S40..Mal Ob ..athse. Mhdasd SVALIA BANK & _TRUST Co. eaM- Beak at VYI4t, ,a. cl. ·l ·~·m\W m minJA Kr -4-4~d ;(*j - . a.·ja *' Up in the Air " WO ,,P E t 1 R VrnrnmRIm2.ri,~~ CAMPAI6N WILL BE COSTLY AFFAIR ESTIMATED RACE FOR PRESIDENT WILL ENTAIL ENORMOUS EXPENDITURES. $25,0000 IS THE ESTIMATE Claimed That Preparatlons Are unIa Made By eth Parties T*e pea Mup UarreI-IlvestICatioe May Net,5e Made. Washlgtoa. - Twenty-five million dolarl Is the estimate.ot the amount at money that probably will be spent by all political parties in order to elect the nent pr...

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. — 12 June 1920

IRL PLEADS TO DIE, KILLS HER Youth's Coifessioi Cl3ars Up Mysterious Murder in Michigan. KISSES HIM GOOD-BY hbe Tells Weird Story of Chance Ac. quaintance Pleading for Death and How He Choked Her With Handkerchief. Pontiac, Mich.-The murder by strangulation of twenty-year-old Vera Schnelder, telephone oplerator, was solved by a confession of Anson Best, twenty-one years old. of Flint. who under a grilling by Prosecutor Gl lesple admitted the murder. The confession was a weird affair. Best asserting the girl, with whom he said be had struck up an acquaint ance in the street, declared she was tired of living and forced him to stsangle her with hib handkerchiefs despite his protest. Mias Schneider's body was found on the porch of a partially constructed house. There were signs of a severe struggle. but the girl had not been criminally attacked. Here Is the Confeasion. Following is Best's confession: "Vera, Schneider spoke to me and I spoke and we turned right around and she started to ...

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. — 12 June 1920

S UINCOLN ROTHBIIM 4r. lit, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) SbShe had a.plain name. Surely anoth tig could be plainer than Mary. And she was very plain to look at; the sort one passes in a crowded street or busy department store without even a subconscious second thought. But with her name and appearance ended )Mary's plainness. Resplendent as a flaming torch, her character of sacrl .eing unselfishness shone forth. Mary's mother, having set for her daughter the example, had quietly gone to her last rest; quite as calmly and meekly as she had served her husband and four soils during the five and twenty years past. Here had, Indeed. been a service unher alded and unacclairned. Maiy as sunied the role thus vacated without murmur or thought of protest 4l itl eually silent fashion the head of the household and its four niale he:rs took for granted that it was proper and fitting fort Mary 'to serve and meet their wants; took it for granted with customary masculine complac ency. And so, ...

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. — 12 June 1920

I v~ry RAt·rEy. i mei VI4l IAS LOUISIANA Its -- _- - -- I e SA thADAY,11JUW312. 1920 Hos -CIII Ak Si.uUD r nisi' Wore , n(C .U, Gk LA., A5S3( WD CLAWP WAIL MAiTI. r.· Tb. Sitl:41. is not tupeninIbe to li mppmriq'l to tie~ a L T bill WVV?. SUUTKRW?LSVWUS a4vAle.. or! legbyin.tig, cesdW.dnmbeyu s. u AV all and Oet at Er - 1.. -. .1 t. L. l wrrR . Ylr. rdcd PnbebndbJ, p, Withthe splendid weather we ban boss halvng the put few of wek sad the seepage water i t b flat to feet. -h"tRO O e 'U*h1to bSe" acm C z to a m ecrop this your 1 safW all. TlW gstatmisfor - trgar rtums e - a in , i a > reectklSof ou perish, whets IM the lid were under from one to fifties fet of wat.' for-the past moat er s. The citizens have D had tlIUoeus shi aes . and we Di thrlckm't poed blecobmideratio Ti shesibe hown them. ingetting 10"S t@V ~p~n aft' Prolonged this s * aM n. No LnA_;ai ldIy red- Si Iae th utter hop Iin e Hf thing L when. maa'awbale farlz is cover- D ad with Water. bi O#4ekni s moost - or bu a ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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