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Insure Your Stock Against Charbon
With the advent of the Summer months, this animal disease is certain to appear,
as it has in the past. Anthrax Serums are preventatives-not curatives, and so they
should be used far enough ahead of the epidemic to insure immunization of the animal.
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VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY
1 Inra b end orita 3itenui
Mesdames John Dale, Sr., H. B.
Conner and J. M. Davis were co-hos- wi
teases at a shower for Miss Edwina' *
Raynham at the lovely home of Mrs. Ith
John Dale, Sr., on Thursday after- ev
noon. This home is an ideal place for,
society to meet and on this occasion M1
it was especially attractive. The an
bride-elect was dressed in a. becoming ye
girlish gown of blue organdy, which or
made her look lovlier on this occasion.
The hostesses received the guests in b3
the drawing room where Mrs. H. B. at
Conner and Miss Cecile Ohlsen ren- R
dered beautiful vocal selections. As co
--iss'Sarah Boatner played Mendels- th
sohn's Wedding March, Miss Rayn- es
ham was invited into the parlor, the th
guests following her, and there she
found a huge table showered. with la
gifts of linen, lingerie, eut-glass,
tiolet requisites, etc. Refreshments
were served to the guet M
The wedding of Miss Edwina le
IRaynham and Mr. John Mouton!
Caillouet, of Part Barre, La., will!
take placei in St. Francisville June qi
22nd at the Methodist Church. oi
Mis. Conner entertained at dinner
-'rdi evening for Miss Raynham. c
frL. Jos. M. Reeves eetrtained h,
in honor of Misses Mary and Fannie as
Odea, Friday evening.
Miss Lillian Vance has arrived
bone after completing her course in
the Normal School at Natchitoches. ,
Miss Vance was graduated with Io
Mrs. Edward Gregory and interest- T
ft- little ifamily have returned to h
their home here after being in Nat- le
.ats for three weeks. 0
Mrs. Carl Vance is visiting her i
·Lpghter, Mrs. Marion Cioss, of, i
Master Willard Schuhes celebrated i
nijL fitthday last Tuesday at
n 'htafia little hey and
friends whe -brought 'hiem gifts1
all klnds The Rttle folks were en- i"
ed with games. Cake and s
-o,. M .. J. Coekfeld have
bior -r. Coekleld's tnother
W. J. Coceld, sr., and Mr s.,
.t Alandria. n
b-sitsauns are ieing received asa
soMrs. Albert Percy Philp
yesrý b'p p to be prent
iof their daughter
,' "Mr. Alfr,,d Swayse Crothers
SMo da ayteitaoo a, June twentieth
'he thouand, nine hundred twnty-one
dGalsway Meriil Chuirch
Thum ay evening a swimming
;L- wa givena up on Lake St. John,
eus.pflmmt 7 to Misses Edwina
'tyihass fa St. Francisville, and
hasme Odes o. Anadla. The party
left Videa about o'cloek end after
au 4at Sake . S el Sanmas of the
a "Yiu." A luneh was
|se ejyweId the
26 of the aLs dwn rain
,& thesise,# LAo Ctre
( ed wass1eld to te home
htw toitph Wtb!ht.
hasr.. at ne manys
t ift game$ of al
the prse. A picture
of the lnse.
tad tern candes
a -.l Addle
eat the diue
eat thn butter.
One of the delightful hospitalities
with which the past week was filled. .
*as the dance given by the girls of -
the "B. V. D." club on Tuesday a
evening in the Town Hall.
Miss Mollie Schiele, Stella Lessley
Mrs. Cockfield, Mrs. Eliza Netterville
and Ma. M. D. Boatner assistgd the
young girls in presenting their hon-.
The Hall was made most attractive j
by the decorations of moss, gladilali, 9
and shaded l:ghts. The huge mono
gram. "B. V. D." was done in club
colors of blue and pink and decorated
the rear of the hall. The "Moon light
extras" were made so attractive by r
the use of vari-shaded colored lights.
Refreshments were served to a
large number of guests.
Miss Geneva Rountree is antici
pating a lovely trip in north Michigan,
Missouri and illinois, Miss Rountree
leaves early next week.
Little John Dale III has been
quite ill but he is entirely recovered
and his friends are happy to see hm
Mrs. Jim Davis of Glendale, ac
companied by her attractive daughter
Hazel and guest, Miss Edwina Rayn
ham, motored to Vidalia Tuesday and
are guests of Mrs. H. B. Conner.
Misses Virginia Martin and Mar
garet Montgomery, of Natchez. were
guests of Miss Mary Louise Netter
ville, and were here 'for the dance
'on Tuesday evening.
Miss Fern Davis arrived here
Thursday, from Vicksburg where she
has been a student at All Saints Col
lege. She was the attractive guest
of Susie Camille Dale ,and accom-'
panied her mother and sister home
in their car Friday morning.
Mrs. Zack Rougon and cunning
little daughter, Fern Davis, arrived
!on Wednesday and are guests of Mr.
iand Mra John Dale, Sr.
Miss Ceeile (hisen, after complet
ing a most successful session in the
Sicily Island grammar school, is home
to spend the vacation.
Mr. Victor Campbell was in Men
terey last week and' while there.t
tended the attractive closing exer
t isee of, the Monterey school.
Expert Auto Repairin
DON't WODK TO NOVICES, WHEN YOU CAN
RAVE It DO XPER AT THE SAME COST.
AU"TOMSiEl **AIRING, BUiCKS AND CiHEVROLETS
A SPECIALTY. *
L...d at Jorda Auto Co's. Shop
Nesq BAKER GRAND TIEATRE NATCHEZ, MISS.
L. 'A. e~MPBELL
GALVANIED ISTE RNS. S
j am s t ear,7 F osai e us , - 6. v eesm ums
Buy Roof Value
Th i dIne when you select a roofi
hot year home be sure that you 6qp req7
ae ByAn inferior grade of roofing will
Y " anmly cause yoV innoyance apd utj
FP .aenal tess and service . we know dIt s V
cale Roongs wi deliver nrl ro t . ake. We
n " w tar trbtheo art dilei fro-rsis~ , 'comapeterl
w" e thr iot and will improve the appearance o/
fr us. he Hdodal hi e ss
whe yu se l cs t in ao sol hni
9 ~ fo* yor boue ~be o sur tha youl
Mrs. Robert Calhoun, with her ti
interesting little family, is spending gi
this week with her mother Mrs. Per- i]l
rault, in Natches.
Mrs. Jennie Ohlsen's host of friends
are so glad that she is well and up
again after such a severe illness of ol
several weeks. Mrs. Ohlsen's popu- Ji
larity was made very evident by the ye
showers of kindnesses she received
from so many friends while she was -
Little Alma Dale has'been ill with w
fever this week. We hope that her I
'bright s;liles will be seen out again y
Mr. Albert Oh!sen returned to :;
New Orleans on Tuesday after having gpl]
a most pleasant visit with his mother
and relatives here. n
Miss Mary Oden has as her %arm- ta
ing guest this week her sister, Missld
Mr, Edward Gregory is ill with t.
Malaria fever. His friends hope that
he will soon be restored to his usual ,
good health. i
Mrs. Eugenia Going left on Mvn
day for Terrell, Texas, where she will r
spend the summer vacation with her I
Mrs. John Hart, accompanied by t
her attractive daughter, Gertrude, I:
Sleft on Thursday morning for Monroe t
!where she will visit her daughter,
Mrs. Clifton Worsham. After a visit i
with her sister there, Miss Gertrude t
will visit her sister Mrs. McCowan, in
'The gayest attraction of the week
was a swimming party given by the
I"B. V. D." club on Wednesday even=
ing. In the early evening the party
.-was large enough to fill the Oil Mill
'truck to its utmost capacity. They
motored to Lake St. John, where
s-,imming was Lht greatest attrac
'tion. A sumptuous basket lunch was
I spread, and those wh: enjoyed th's
gay outing were: Misses Margaret
Montgomery, Virginia Martin, Jose
phine Dale, Sus;e Camille Dale, Ruth
Ohlsen, Fannie Oden,, Mlary Louise
Netterville, and Corlnne Boatner,
and Messrs. Lerlie p:arr, Berrard
Moritz, Raymond Dick y, William
Murray, Hall Lytle, Sam Howard,
William Smith,JiE: Schluchs, Joe
- Cerniglia, Cliffrd Reeves and Ray
:aond Fafls eitner. 'Mrs' Netterville
and lMrs. JeaAie Ohkee*, Chaperones.
Friends of Mr. J. M. Honig are gI
glad to see him out agin after a
rious attack of illness Thursday.
Mr. J. S. Burris, the principal of yo
the Vidalia High Schools left Thurs
day for New Orleans, where he will fo
complete his M. A. degree in Tulane an
University, before returning to his inj
home in Bogalousa, where he will wi
,pend the remainder of the vacatior pe
Miss Mary Louise Netterville leaves
,his week with her grandmother, Mrs.
Netterville, to visit her aunt, Mrs. as
Gillis, in Washington, D. C. Miss ch
Mary Louise will be much missed
here during the summer. Enroute to lej
the Capitol City this popular little do
girl will visit in Leland, Miss., Mem- 6
phis, Tenn., and Louisville, Ky.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIS. on
My new steam pressing shop will sh
open fer business Monday morning, ou
June 6th, and I respectfully solicit za
your cleaning and pressing business.
The name of the new shop vill be
"Polizzi's Pressing Shop," and we
will be prepared to handle your work
with despatch, and in a manner which
will thoroughly satisfactory to you. se
We will install a telephone so that
you can call us and have our man call
ifor and delover clothes. I can assure
you that our work will be guaranteed
:and we will be responsible for all
:i1lothes entrusted with us.
Our new Hoffman steam pressing
machine has alrerdy arived, and we I
are row having our shop remodeled.
and will be ready for business Mon
day. I have secured the annex ad
joining my barber shop and will p-r
sonally supervise all work that comes
to. the shop.
;o expense has been spared ir.
making this an up-to-date shop, and
I will apreciate it very much if my
[friends and the public at large wll
Sgive us a liberal share of their pat
ronage. Our call and delivery system
will be so ararnged as to cause you
little -or no inconvenience when we
'do your pressing. As soon as the
rtelephone compary can get to it, our
,phone will be installed, and you can
then cal us up to send for your work.
The prices charged will be as low
t if nt lower than those obtaining in
'the larger places, and we respectfully
1 .ake a bid for your consideration.
Thore is more Catarrh !n this secdos
Sof the country than all other diseases
puts together, and for years it was sup
posed tb be Incurable. Doctors prescribed
F local rqmedies, and by constantly falling
1 to cur4 with local trcatment, pronounced
it incurable. Catarth is a local disease,
y greatly influenced by constitutional con
e ditans and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment.- Hll's Catarrh Medi
Scle, manufactured by F. J. Cheney a
s Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, is taken hnternally and acts
thrtu the Blood en the Mucous Surfaces
t of the System. One Huadred Dollars re
ward is offered for any eas that Hall'r
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Bend gfo
Seirculars and :estlmonlals.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
e A M by n Iv: t L7i:5C. _
:Notice is hereby given that the
IPhillips Plantation, in Ward 9 is
e posted against hngitlg, trapping.
s. fishing, or any other kind of trespas
sldq at d all pfties--caught so doing
13 i t !itoecuted according to law.
SA. T. CALVIT
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AND SHEET METAL
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ursonal Attegtos Given All Jot
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SAYS GASOLINE PRICE WRONG.
Dear Mr. Editor:-If you will per
imit space in your paper for this letter
you will greatly oblige me.
The price we are required to pay
for gasoline in Vidalia is too high,
and out of line with the price obtain
ing elsewhere. In Natchez, and else
where, Gasoline is selling at 24 cents
per gallon, and here in Vidalia it
costs 30 cents per gallon.
I do not think this is a fair price
on a standard commodity, inasmuch
as the dealers in Vidalia pay no more
for gasoline than the dealers in Nat
I do not know what is regarded a
legitimate profit on gasoline, but it
doer seem as if an excess charge of
6 cents'per gallon is excessive and
out of line.
I understand the wholesale price
on gasoline dropped last week, or a
short while ago, and I sincerely trust
our good merchants will take cogni
zance of it in their prices for "gas."
AN AUTOMOBILE USER
I am applying for commutation of
Vidalia, La., June 3, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that Vauehls
Plantation, in Concordia Par h, La., is
posted against hunting, shooting, fish.
lag, or in any manner trespassinlg
thereon. Violators will be prosecuted
lt the full extent of the law.
R. P. SCHIELL.
Vidalia. Ia.. March 24. 1919.
Snd Ye Soes By PuaI Pst
S Headquarters for Conco r
dia people while in Natches.
CAFE and GRILL ROOM
open day and night. Both
are popular in price.
R. T.Clark, Xr Mp
SEIZURE AND SALE. J
State of Louisiana, Parish of Concor
, dia, Tenth District Court.
vs. No. 4240
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of and in obedience with
a Writ of Seizure andjSale, issued oun.
of the above Court, in the above styl
ed cause, and to me directed, I, E. P.
Campbell, Sheriff of Concordia Par
ish, Logisiana, have seized and taken
into my posession, and will offer for
sale at the princpal front door of the
Court House situated in the town of
Vidalia, and State of Louisiana, on
SATURDAY THE l8th DAY OF
all the right, title and interest of said
Ro.bert Griggs, in and to the following
described property, to-wit:
1 Bay Horse named "Selshure"
1 Dark Bay Mare Mule named Cora
TERMS OF SALE:-Cash, to the
last and highest bidder, with benefit
"' E.: P. CAMPBELL, Sheriff
Sheriff's 05ee, May 27, 1921.
SSEIZURE AND SALE.
State of Louisiauna Parish of Concor
dia, Tenth District Court
vs. No. 4238
Public notice is hereby given that
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 Vidalla, Louisiana,on
SATURDAY THE 18th DAY OF
all the right, title and interest of said
'Mose Thomas, in and to the following
described property, to-wit:
S dark bay male name Tom.
1 dark bay male named Ida.
1 gray horse named Billy.
TERMs oF SALE:-·Cash to the
last and highest bidder, with benefit
N. P. CAMPBELL, Sheriff.
m Sheritf's Offee, May 27; 1921.
S Subscribe te the sentinel. $2.00.
YOUR SHOES IMPROVE "YUR APPEARANCE.
OUR DRESSY SHOES MAKE THE FEET LOOK SMALL AND
STYLISH; THEY SUPPORT THE FEET WHERE SUPPORT IS
IF YOU WANT SHOES FOR PARTY WEAR OR STREET
WEAR, COME TO US. WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES TO
THESE SHOES ARE MADE OF FINE MATERIALS; THEY
ARE SOFT AND DAINTY, YET WILL GIVE SPLENDID WEAR.
BUY ALL YOUR NEEDS FROM US, AS OUR GOODS ARE
NEW AND FRESH. WE KEEP ABREAST OF THE STYLES.
WE SELL GOOD GOODS; WE PRICE THEM RIGHT.
F. M. DAVIDSON
LIME AND CEMENT
Tire Brick and Contractors' Supplies
I handle the very best materials at prices that are right.
Small or large orders will receive imnediate
attention. Agents for the celebrated
R. SCUDAMORE, JR.
Phone 184 Natches, MI..
It's not what you make that
will make you wealthy. It is
what you save that will make
you happy and independent
VIDALIA BANK & TRUST CO.
OFFICES AT VIDALIA AND ~ERRIDAY, LA.
. Solicits your Account
SCdloting, Hats, Shirts /
d Wooleme--Knpklmei r
Good Cth.-Fit-Form Suits, 2
an 3 ieesmo
$3.60 $* 546
Sammer soods of Palm Bae.
MoLair, Cash, Li~s, asd Sd -
"* S13.60 5256.
- NEW HATS, SHIRTS, IUNDER.
aWEAR AND FURNISHINGS
't ~ mshp .r.aib-..mj SEND UB YOUR ORDERS
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