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: LuLnusrED EVERY SATURDAY
S'OALIA, LOUISIANA
SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921
red at the Post Oie, Vidala,
La., as Second Class Mail Matter
'Me SENTINEL is not resoonsible
for the views and opinions of columnes.
a"ents appearming- t columns.
- . t. OUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub.
FIFHI DISTRICT LEV' Ip"fARD.
3egu9r Meetings, Second W -'ces
in atnrary, April and Octo
a. t Tallulah. Louisiana
"OW TIMER" ON FOREIGN
TRADE.
Dear Mr. Editor:-Crop conditions
are daily imptoving. The river is in
its banks. The weather has at last
decided to turn hot and stay hot. Our
chance for a crop is now a question
of weather conditions. The planter
has caught his second wind from
lanting over so many times and now
has time to think "If I make a crop,
what will I get for it?"
Nearly all the spindles in foreign
countries are idle, and while we read
much "hot air" thre seems to be no
tangible plan hit upon as yet to set
them in motion. A tariff will not do
us any good. We want to get our
products out; not keep other coun
trie's products from coming in.
We are much in the posotion of a
ca, whp abuots himself up in his shell
and neither visits nor receives com
y. There inust be some gigantic
oryportatons who are making mioney
S ,bbving matters remain as they are
who are powerful enouh to block
mu plan for getting business back
djr public men are by 'no means
b.l atast or best business men we
l baIr. Our leading men in the Senate
ami House have been there too long
and ure "sot" in their ways. They
b do ps thing at a time and very
litte of that.
Se rm istaldee was called over
w -years ago, and we have not made
pee with Germany yet. But it does
St so tl he worried the Germans
S ry mueh. The burning need of the
s the movement of cotton.
eatton factoria make more
Sdf ou of cotton than any other
SThe riceO mill aks ab sout
r ,per pound proat on rice; the
r wraev nakesu about the ame
raw agar per pound; the et*n
bo ycot 6o a 1 cents per po1 ad
* pound of raw cotton makes
p of oblm hed domestic at
Sreto the yar--he gets a profit
1:, it dnt* e n vm pound of raw
-. Etitr . Belgianel tu
ags devistatod ountrY in carepe
$ o the on ae who has gone to work
S mseutS,°.
Se l Yave lad as ta o bo b,
Sociallsts, no . W. W.a'
) pab4d1. went to work and Belgium
. W"uesip seoentry today. The
V 4 ± at lumops giM never be self
` tm unti o the people go to
* lI eatet to a ýs , of
ass e3tefel*, like the writer
, bfre, ma be powerfl ainter
-ma wh are mski fortunes by
te te beutmece In the uaasttled state
mas-new sr.
1ew Waiaer hoped foe anch from
bi he got Ia the way of benet
bu somethig msay be done
Spbs.peuni Lalum hope so.
Toum hopefully.
*OLD TINMR.
- l m iU to a, ma
w by th b Jmag eh's b
L amen this..+
• . •u ' el ,we.-_
coars m um ac.on.
'ibeJse* (rt ed-.
raatet5 an uqem*
mn at tbe*is wb
asse *imien*,"
g at~~1· "flvi" am
- "wrp,*
YBIn
'~reI·-~
Paul Tires t
20 Per Cent Discount b3
By selling direct to car owners through DEALERS, we eliminate a of
large portion of the middlemen's profit, cost of expensive magazine st
advertising, the heavy expense connected with a credit business and many E
other items of expense which enables us to allow a discount to the consu- p
mer of 20%,- from our price list.
The PAUL TIRE is manufactured by an improved re-processed fab- oi
ric process, and, in our opinion, is the best tire on the market for the price d,
A trial order will convince you. oe
Guaranteed 6,000 Miles
If a PAUL TIRE fails to .v' 6,000 miles of service we will replace A
it with another tire for one-third th original list price. There are no d
"ifs" to our guarantee. You know exactly what to expect if a PAUL
TIRE fails to do all claimed for it. We could not afford to give such a go
liberal gun antee if we did not know that PAUL TIRES will "make good"
our claims. Paul Tires contain 7 ply cotton fabric; others onl five.
Prices Effectie April 15th, 1921
LIST PRICE LIST PRICE
INNER TUBES
GSie Tires Gray Red
30x3 Cl--..------------ 17.27 -------- 2.9------------- 3.6 ---
30x3 Cl-----.--- ------18.60 - -------- 3.85 .------- -------4.66 ------
32x3½ SS --------.------24.73 --- ----- 4.49 . .------- ------ 500 ------
31x4 Cl.-------- ----- 28.16 ---.--- ------- .25 -------5 .65 ------
32x4 SS-------------- 31.0 --------------5.40 ---I---- 6.05 ------
33x4 S-- ------ 33.46 ------- ----- 5.60 --------------6.20-----
34x4 SS--------. 3----- ----- 5.90 -------------6.50 ------
35x4 % SS--------------48.07 7.2 8.30
tERMS:-Carh. On orders to be shipped C . . D., 20 per cent of total amount is re
quired with order. A cash discount of 2 per cent from prices is allowed when cash in
full is sent with order. ALL NON-SKID TREAD
Parenchyma Products Manufacturing Co.
GENERAL AGENTS & DISTRIBUTORS VIDALIA, LA.
laB UlXIVERS&L CA
TheFrd Rtnabout is a Runabout in reality-a regular siness d
mews , solving the question d smaii and quick traspota
tiona. The ContraCtr, Buider, 'raveling Salesman, Collector,
uitaiS, all find the Fard Runabout the most convemCi t as well as
the most economical among motor cars. Low in purchase price,
cost d opration, and low in cost of maintenance. Durable in
service, and useful every day in the year. Wesolicit your order for
ne or e. We ask- your ptrnage in the repair of your car,
assuring you of genuine Foid Pars, skiled workmen, reasonabla
rices. koe w we can satisfy your wants of mor accmaria.
Latham Motor' C
NATCHE"7 :.it .n "
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- .
on suffrage ad, elections finally
reached the decision that the fune
tibe of reglstrar should be carried
oa t the 'cohiay as in New Orleans
by an oicial specially appointed for
that pemn, instead of by the sheriff
off{ erj of part
iskis aselected bylp « I jurP
a ba Srbe r S Ne ttqt', of
s rº.ot, ata ca anmultie to
be ceaposed of the governor, the
lieutenant govermar, and th speaker
ofat the Hease p Repraenttve.
--N. 0. Item.
CONCORDIA LODGE NO. 306, F. &
? A. U. TO GIVE BARBECUL
At their regular meeting last
Thursday night; the members of Con
cordia Lodge No. 305, F. & A. I.
decided to give a big barbecue *omb
time in July for Maser Masoa in
eadng, and their lade.
The various committee were ap
pointed, and they will decide whbe^
i ardre the barbecue will be held,
1si eemeut of wbkh win be made
in In the clns of the Seatine.
Psmus are bein made for several
S er pmatsad their  lies and
'e e.t w$ be a large one.
3IA A CAITTLE OR THE
º- A 8aam bk l Ms bWa prmhnd
" tfer the Iberia OA Stock Experimeat
P* I ch e in senductaed b the Uni
b a es aDepas *Art e asumln e
0A1A
I ''"ý~st
~4E URE C irU youu
KR~8O DIPw NPI
Haw masny. y times nmaued somethian
ýthlis d. To k~M lic on a cdt rC51 to treat
a - of mine or ,lnpworaw to wah omit art
t a scatch, to diemshk1iIW0Id ia ffualS
weorgall. Haw Itiamemdd
septi y ou oil be it.
mspgreoDIp No.1 on Hand
~ UI Sni It the km~ od khrmca
;ohm mm -a .'dmn
It's a Real Necessity on Every Farm
tehn isn dlays sood mosey in heathy. tkdty, i ex
.1' kep sbcn ·lohaymanu ·n~n ncmd atraed sal
amaWA=tatochUJfli Lw.rantime and snyw. a /
wM havema trove"5 le au
hem th. right kind. No quadrrrs th
kifmax Keso Dip No. 1.
For sat by AllU Dr b
VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY
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kowan beef breeds.
everal points favoring Brahmua
are elatamd by producers. Among I
t mor important ones it is claimed
tit Shae an cattle withstand the
taseef pEs sad diseases prevalent r
i- the low and damp areas and that
they withtand th best dring the 1
- Ue M better tban the ree-1
tbee breed. It is also
th att few* Mlls are u*ed,
Ste b i -ftar -.s ateemt is
-t tl-ae and vttility
a s on .4 nC t
t
sires for a herd of grade beef cows
in this seetiop. Resits so far have
not been conclusive.
The colored citizens of Vidalia are
-showlg more activity ia the building
line than the white citiens, seeral
residences now being under con
struction for colored people. Now
that the priee of lumber and all other
bu pll i aterals has hropped quite
a bit, Vidaha should show a hustle
o matwtes baidag should be
M ' up gt hauulpes a u We'
.vW. 39
I SEIZURE AND SALE.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Concor
dia, Tenth District Court
M. KAUFMAN
vs. No. 4239
ANDREW HALL
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of and in obedience to a
Writ of Seizure and Sale, issued out'
of the above Court, in the above
styled cause, and to me directed, I,
E. P. Campbell, Sheriff of Concordia
Parish, Louisiana, have seized and
taken into my possession, and will
offer for sale at the principal front
door of the Court House in the town
of Vidalia, Louisiana,on
SATURDAY THE 18th DAY, OF
JUNE, 1921
all the right, title and interest of said
SAndrew Hall, in and to the following
described property, to-wit:
1 buckskin colored mare mule
named Ida.
1 dark bay mare mule named Bell.
TERMS OF SALE :-Cash to the
last and highest bidder, with benefit
of appraisement.
E. P. CAMPBELL, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, May 27, 1921.
SHERIFF SALE.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Concor
dia, Tenth District Court
ISADORE LEVY
vs. No. 4303
JAS. F. VAN VOORHEES
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of and in compliance with
a Writ of Seizure and Sale, issued out
of the above Court, in the above
styled cause, I, E. P. Campbell, Sher
iff of Concordia Parish, Louisiana,
have seized, and will offer for sale
at the Court House in Vidalia, La., on
SATURDAY, JUNE 4th. 1021
the following described property,
situated in Concordia Parish, La.
That certain tract of land hereto
fore established as a cotton planta
tion, designated and known as the
ORCHARD GROVE PLANTATION,
which is more particularly described
as follows:
The East half of Section twenty;
also the southwest quarter and the
East half o. the Northwest quarter
of Section twenty; also the West
half of Section twenty-one; and the
north half of the northwest quarter
of Section 28, located in Township
six, north and Range 7 East, contain
ing in all nine hundred, sixty acres,
more or less, all situated in Concor
dia Parish, Louisiana.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash, to the I0
last and highest bidder, without bene
fit of appraisement.
E. P. CAMPBELL. Sheriff
Sheriff's Ofice. April 29th, 1921
TRESPASS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
White Hall Plantation, in Concordla
Parish, La., is posted against hunting,
shooting, fishing, pecan gathering, or
in any manner trespassing thereon.
Violators will be. prosecuted to the f
full extent of the law.
WHITE HALL PLANTATION.
SEIZURE AND SALE
State of Loisiana, Parish of Concor
dia, Teath District Court
BEN LOPOO
IR. W. ELLIOTT & J. 1D. ELLIOTT
Public potice is hereby given that
by virture of and in complian·ce with
a Writ of Seisure and Sale, issued out
of the above Court, in the aboove
styled cause, I, E. P. Campbell, Sher
if, of Concosdia Pariah, Louisiana,
have seized, and will offer for sale
at the Court House, On
SATURDAY, THE lsth DAY OF
JUNE, 1921.
____ the foflowing described property,
situated in said parish and state, to
wit: .*
'"The Northeast quarter of section
16. in Township 6 North Range 7
East, containing 159.05 acres of
land, located in Concordia Parish,
State of Louisiana and being the
same property acquired by'Ben Lo
poo from Auts Marable, as per,
deed recorded in Deed Book "W"
Spage 70 and tax deed which was
I acquired by the Bank of Vidalla as
per deed recorded in Deed Book "Z"
page 346, but latter transferred to
_laid Lpoo by said Bank as appears
- by deed recorded in Deed Book "Z"I
page 496 of the conveyance records
of Concordia Parish, Louisiana, and
acquired by . W. & J. D. Elliott
from said Ben Lopoo as per deet
book "B. B." page 229 of the cxn
veyanee records of Concosia Parish,
La., together with all building and
imnrovements thereon."
ERMS OF SALE:--Cash, to the
last and highest bidder, withoet ben
fit of appraisement.
E. P. CAMPBELL, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Offee, May 12, 1921.
TRESPASS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Pitts
Sfield Plantation, in Concordia Parish,
La., is posted against hunting, shoot
ing, or in any way trespassing there
on. -Violaters will be prosecuted toi
- the full extent of the law.
Scows W. W. DIX, Manager.
r have ________
ase t re ivea that V rSh
ha are a p Weem iatatloflk Cinaoeot
mg , w areM poeus s st huat
s 'M. akso askns, r fM * tass.
several wh  u1ote tr-peasi
r on- in. vo ii -R'>* piee*O-Ad
Now tfi eftet a tD heaw.
1 other F D.a -Iow
f quite W Iagh Ia. UV. 19.i
aid he FOR 3ZNT--An B, apartment for
h smer; three to afive rooms, with
kithen sad use of bath roea.
a WS AIrpp to Mam 3 3. MONTeITr
05 WahimsEon St., Natehes, Miss.
Women's and Misses I
Outer-Wear
NOT A NEW FASHION MISSING. ALL THE FINEST MATER.
IALS AND AT PRICES SHORN OF HIGH COST.
SPECIAL SADE OF SUML'IEPR .
DRESSES, at. each $10.75_
Choice of Fifty Beautiful Dressy Dre':ses for Summer Wear.
in fine figured voiles, organdies and swiss, none worth less than
twice the price asked,  ac-i.$ 5$10.75
White Embroidered Swiss and Organdiel Dresses, the most
:harming conceptions of loielin;e-s, priced at-------- 6.00 .
White Gabardine Wash Skirts, new tailored styles that give
the best of service, specially priced at-------$4.76 6.75
Misses' an Ladies'Surmrer Sport Coats of light wool
materials, mar ed at very low prices ...--S.00 to S11.00
White Silk and Satin Skirts for dressy occasions, beautiful
novelties, greatly underpriced, at $11, 513.50, $19.75
e ole &, o.
eINAT HIEZ
sr
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HEMSTITCHING *
ta While designing your Winter dresses, there is nothing
that adds more beauty than Hemstitching. I have two
0 machines, with expert operaters. All mail orders will be
executed and returned and all work will be guaranteed
SI sell the old reliable Singer Sewing Machine, also needls
ils, etc., and repair al makes of sewing machines. Let us
serve you.
B. L. PRITCHARD Wa.i"asEi .L
N CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $25.000.00
Bank of Commerce
NATCHEZ, MISS.
Your postman represents this bank, and we cheerfully extend
our conveniences, accomodations and facilities to out-of-town ue
r tomers and assure them of prompt, curteous and efficient servtee in
ale handling their accounts by mail. LET US SERVE YOU.
OF ALL DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK GUARANTEED UNDER
y, PROVISIONS OF THE MISSISSIPPI BANKING LAW.
" D'R-I-N -K
Orange Punch
.... .oAND-----
Lime ,ola
- BOTTLED ONLY BY
SALVO & BERDON CANDY CO.
the NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI
WiLD COW BAYOU BRIDGE
Offce of the Police Jury of
Concordia Parish, La.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the odice of the Police Jury of
Concordia Parish, La., in the Court
House, Vidalia, La., up to 12 o'clock
noon,Saturday, July 2nd, 1921, for
constructing a bridge over Wild Cow
Bayou, said Bayou being in Concor
dia Parish, La., on Black River. Said
proposals to be for the construction
of a creosote pile bridge or a steel
bridge, or both, said proposals being
accompanied by plans and specifica
tions of either of both kinds of
bridges.
Bids received, if any, will be opened
at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday. the 5th
day of July, 1921, in the office of the
Police Jury of Concordia Parish, La.,
Each bid must be accompanied by a
Icertiied check of the bidder for 5%
of the amount bid.
r Information as to location of the
I k, terms of paymnt requirements
govew ini manner of submitting
propesala and execution of contsrct
aupnalietion e obtained
Sat tl olte efthe Police Jury, and
" 1
also profile of land.
Right is recerved to reject any and
all bids.
all B. C. BROWN, President.
JOHN DALE. Jr.. Secretary.
TYsPA"s NOTICI.
uayou GocoO,. Ia Concordl Parts
Loulastaa posted aostebt huatyiq
shoodtns, abln, trapping ofr la a
manner tresp6mud tuoia. IsuIIm
wi'l be pP t th tual t
TRESPASS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tht all
hunting, and especially snipe hunttug,
or otherwise trespassing by sayewa
on the following property is pteli
prohibited under penalty of the law;
no exceptions..
All of the Missouar Paciic RaIStMd
Company's land lying south and wer
of the Vidalia Oil & Ice Co. . the to of Vdala,
the town of Vid L. A, la.
. - . F DAVIDWSOI

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