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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 2 April 1921

: GARDEN SEEDS Start yeaour o gardea now by sowig the following seeds in the open ground dur ing the aenth. We Carra a Ceaplete Lime of FERRY'S and AMERICAN SEED CO'S package Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP CARROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH LEEK LETTUCE MELONS MUSTARD. PARSLEY PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD SPINACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varieties of FLOWER SEEDS in Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY -i atirat -tub ýnritl 3itrrms I Miss Eola Porter spent the Easter holidays with Mrs. Edward Schiele. Another guest of Mrs Schiele for the week end last week was her sis. ar Gee Rountree who is teach. lse shool at Mangham, La. Pretty and1 effective in all of its isieitmwents was the lovely dining Ihen by Mr. and Mrs. John Dale, Sr., hiad Mr. and Mrs. Dale, Jr., at the k iors' horne last Sunday, in honor dE Miss Hazel Landee, the attractive St of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Purcell. Covers were laid for twenty, and the toble was beautifully and m-.t ap popriately decorated in Easter fa ers, being principally...

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. — 2 April 1921

'p, rCANNOT WORK Read Mrs.CodCs Leter and Benefit by Her Experience Edinmd, S.C.-"'I was run down with aevoaneas and female trouble and suf fered every month. I was not able to do any work and tried a lot of medicine, but got no relief. I asaw your medicine adver tiled in a little book that was thrown in my door, and I had not taken two bottles of Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Comlound before I could e itwas hbelp rg me. I am keeping house now and am able to do all of my work. I cannot ay enough for your medicine. It has done more for the than any doctor. I have not paper enough to tell you how mach it has done for me and for my friends. You may print this letter if you wish." - EIzAarn C. CoRLaY, care of A. P. Corley, Edmund, S. C. Ability to stand the strain of work is the privilege of the strong and hbalthy, but how our hearts ache for the weak sad sickly women struggling with their daily rounds of hoseold duties, with backaches, headaches, hervousness and almost every movement...

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. — 2 April 1921

'RATS TODAY tle meaule STEA NS' CTRIC PASTE fle" for Ratf.Mtee. oeasem o- the irtest known earere estroy both foond a property. Dhwlb m La toee b tae ~urer ur waer snd dr t -'f 3s THAN TRAILE UDetSoma in IS Imagages in every box. U. L eeU sae nent bys ISt. 16799 DIED n New York City alone from kid =y trouble last year. Don't allow orself to become a victim by glecting pains and aches. Guard M rat this trouble by taking The womd's standard remedy for Lidney, Iver, bladder and uric acid troubles. Holland's National Remedy snce 1606. ll druggists, three sizes. sek r' tde stame Cold Medal em eve. tee ad accept me imitation HAIR BALSAM Fm: W mren Chbem ad . by blmtll ow ate1., owe. Iaeauses.L I. SUSED IN ONE FAMILY FOR YEARS ellapoint, W. Va.-"It affords me gpart pleasure to have the privilege to make publie this statement in be half of Dr. Pierce's medicines I cannot recommend them too highly to the public. We have I used them in our family for years and have reaped good results. We hav...

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. — 2 April 1921

AMOS COMNDUIS, ONE OF THE WORLI'S GREATEST EDU CATIONAL MRPOtMERS, WAS BORN MARCH 28, 1592 --THIS BIOGRAPHY IN HONOR THEREOF. By Laura Br(aillette Jchtn Comenius was a great edu cational reformer of the Middle Ages. IHe was a native of Moravia, being born on March 28, 1592, at Nivnitz. Ilis parents died when he was yet a little boy. Evidently, he was not peaniless, because ifter finishing his elrr.entary course at StrassniciE, he e.tered a Latin school at the age of 16 or 17; from the Latin school he went to the College of Herbon, a noted institution in Nassau. He de rived much of his knowledge and learning from traveling, and from this experience he came to the con clusion that there should be an untold amount of educational improvement. In 1614, he was introduced into the Effe of Christian ministry and was invested with ministerial functions. At Fulneck, his time was divided between the church and the super intendenceof schools. He devoted a cc. siderable pcrtion of his time in ...

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. — 23 April 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL r e rit. OMOIAL PAPZR OF TH PASIB OF 00NCODIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, t& OOL BOARD. AND FTM LOUi.HIAA L.EVE= ~ r3. TWO Do2.A PE TEA VOL. XXXX VIDALIA, CONCORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY APRIL, 23 1921 NO. 12 {~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ : : "I ."- .-.  ... -... . .: . . . ., .. . STORMS THREATEN AT BATON ROUGSE MOVE STARTS TO TURN MUCH OF SEVERANCE LEVY INTO GEN ERAL FUND. PROPOSE LEASE TAXATION Barring Use of Natural Gas in Carbon Black Making Is Asked-Blow Aimed at Support of Farm College. Baton Rouge, La.-Storm clonds hovered over the Constitutional Con "eation when that body took its usual week-end adjournment. The issues that indicated the approach of a series at storms were: L Demand of the parishes with nat Ural resources for a slice of the sev esance tax fund. L. Movement by some of the dele gates to divert a large portion of the severance taxes into the general ftnd: 8. Proposed taxation of oil, gas and other mineral leases pn a basis of pro 4.. Attempt to pre...

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. — 23 April 1921

FdlaRicell]toughs Author of Tarzan OfThe Apes Illustrationsr by IRWIN MYERS , L' Copyrigh A.C.McClurg and Company 0 RECAPTURED. Synopsis--The author tells of his acquaintance with the hero of one of the most remarkable adventures ever recorded. From a manuscript left by his friend he has vividly set out the strange happenings which brought together a brave Virginian gentleman and a Princess of Mars. In the Arisona hills John Carter, mining prospector and ex-Confed erate soldier, fleeing from a war party of Apaches, takes refuge In a cave the atmosphere of which has a remarkable effect on him. Yielding to its Influence he sinks lnto unconscpusness, his last thoughts centered on the glow from the planet Mars. Awaking, Carter realises that he has. in some In comprehensible manner, been trans ported to Mars. He is captured by Tara uarkas and a party of Mar tian warriors. He is conveyed, a prisoner, to a Martian city. Three days later a fleet of airships from the neighboring state of Hel...

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. — 23 April 1921

OUR FEATURE SECTION Department Devoted to Attractive Magazine Material SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT By F. A. WALKER ,I l lillIi· ll·lII 111 I F IilI Ii· I i·l]Iiiltl l l·lr l'l i -I llllitI·l[l ;i I l I I H lll r ulllllllllllllllllllllilll1 iiam1111111111111111i RI'BBING THIIE LAMP OF AL. Ithe stories that eti: of a far-distant past hate come down to entertain anlI teach us none is more compelllng in its interest than that of Aladdin and his wotlderful lamp. There are several versiolns of the fact, but one feature remains the same in all the variatitns-in order to get the enefllets which the lamp ihad p1oW er to confer the possessor had to rub it. In other words. it took WORK to get the desired restults and to enjoy the henetits. The greatest disgrace in this life is to be idle. To produce nothing, to feed upon the mental or physical labors of others, reduces man to a rank lower than the animals, for they strive at least for their food. "He is not only idle who does nothing." says Sene...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 23 April 1921

The Concordia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIO4LIA, LOUISIANAI ti SATURDAY, APRIL 2', 1921. F 0 Entered ept the post Office, -ida:.a,! La.. as SCecoud Class Mail Matter Th" SENTINEL is not resnonihble C for the view's and opinions of orres pondents appearing in its colum t4, P. L. ROUNTREE. Mgr. and Fub. F --- .. ... .. . d FIFTH DISTR!CT LEVEF BOARD. a Regulr Meet:n=', scond Wed'es-P days in -,,, Arril and Octo- t ber, at Tallulah, Louisiana TOWN ELECTION PASSES OFF VERY QUIETLY The electirn in Vidalia, for nam;ne five aldermen, a mayor, and a mar shal, passed off very quietly, andl without the s.lghtest unplnasantness election day, Teuesday. April 19th. There were eleven candidates for n alderman, namely: G. P. Bullis, Mr.. Matt;e Boatner. Charles Moritz, G. A. Mursv. Writer McCrea. Mike S. Ohlsen, Mrs. Josephine Hough. Carl Vanice. B. F "roeks. Sidney Murray, b and John nTle, Jr., the first five ji named being elected: The vote was close, and the elec-! tion was the center ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 23 April 1921

GARDEN SEEDS Start your home garden now by sowing the following seeds in the open ground dur ing the month. We Carry a Complete Line of FERRY'S and AMERICAN SEED CO'S package Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP CARROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH LEEK LETTUCE MELONS MUSTARD PARSLEY PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD SPINACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varieties of FLONER SEEDS in Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY 1 raortl ab %ria1 3iti rnn ________ 9 Those raving items of interest for this column will pleose phone them to Miss Marie Beard, 7-W., after five o'clock every day during the week, up to Friday, Miss Geneva Rountree and M1ts. Carrie D. Drew, teachers ht Ma:; - ham. La., very |uc ets last we'>k of Miss Rountree's sister, Mrs. Edward Schicle. The creditable presentation of "'The Red Prince" a high class oper etta Monday eveningof Mr. Jacques de Castillo, was thoroughly enjoyed by an appreciative audience. The girls and boys composing the cast acted as though the parts were made for them and m'lch ...

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. — 23 April 1921

Sure Relief S6 BLLANs ' Hot water -' Sure Relief BEL.-A.NS FOR INDIIcSTION Couldn't Reach It. Three-year-old Itohert of Franklin has a fondness for playing with his mother's jewelry case, much to her an noyance, and after dropping a ring in the register he was warned not to touch the jewelry case again. One day his maother, while out of the room, thought, in order not to tempt him, she would place the jewelry out of his re:lch on a manntel. When she re turned. the youngster met her and shouted, triumphantly: "I didn't touch the jewelry, mother. I-- couldn't reach it."-Indianapotli NPews. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine A Beware n Unless you see the name "Baye"' on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer package for Colds. Headache, Neural gii, Bheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As Wdat cost...

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. — 23 April 1921

fE TAKES I ! BANDSADVICE Made Well Again . i E. Pinklam's egetable Compound Sprinfle1 Mass.-'The doctor told my husbnd that I had to have an oper- br, ation, otherwise I would be a sickly woman and could not have any more chil dren on account of ___ i my weakened con dition. I refused to have the opgration. My husband asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound to see if it would not help me. For the first oa months I could do but little- work, had to lie down most of the time, was nervous and could eat hardly anything, ,but my husband was always reminding ma to take the Vegetable Compound, ' which I did. Of my eight children this last ue was the easiest birth of all and l am thankfupl for your Vegetable Com- r pnd. I recommend it to my friends he I hear them complainlg about their ils. "-Mrs. M. NATLa, Fre mset St., rinleld, Mass. be Sckly, ng women make unhappy ms and b a rerading fMrs. Natale' wi l'-ftt-er ome a gin bow this home & La transformed by her restoration...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 23 April 1921

British Adopt French Ruinsi1 London to Restore Verdun, but Cemeteries Prevent Work on Outlying Villages. NEWCASTLE ASSISTS ARRAS Manchester Raising $250,000 to Lift Mezisres Out of its Heap of Dust and Ashes-Raise Money for the Rheims Cathedral. New York.-Despite the burden of their war debts and the heavy taxes in the billions of pounds sterling they poured into Europe to save civiliza taon, the people of Great Britain still are finding means to help the stricken populace in the devastated regions of France. Under the stimulus of a campaign directed by the central committee of the British League of Help, they are donating millions of dollars to repair. rebuild or restore public utilities, houses, villages and towns in the war swept zones of France. More than 50 rained towns and villages have been adopted by English cities and towns. Verdun, that became immortal as one of the bloodiest battlefields of the entiie war, has been adopted by the city and county of London. So great was th...

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. — 30 April 1921

TIHE CONCORDIA SENTINEL J.L kOtTNTRZEE Proprieto. OFFIOIAL PAPER OF THl PARgBR OF CONOORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA. 80HOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LZVEE DISTRiOT. TWO DOLLAR8 PIER VY ill.XXX VIDALkA, CON'ORDIA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY IA..IL, 19r;.1 NO. 1. r0 I l ia a M 1 TEaSE-- - --- -n-- ---------- - A LLIES IN NO MO0OD FOR A COMPROMISE LLOYD GEORGE AND BRIAND HAVE PRACTICALLY AGREED TO TIGHTEN SCREWS. SAY U. S. GIVES CONSENT Lloyd George Won Over to Briand's Views-Germany's Offer to Recon struct France Rejected By Premiers. Lumpne, England.-The attitude of the British government, as disclosed during the conversations of Premiers \ Briand and Lloyd George here, is to stand firmly by the decision of the agreement arrived at in Paris in Feb ruary and require Germany to fulfill them. Failure by Germany to do so must compel the allies to apply fur ther pressure, the precise nature of Which will be the subject of examina tion. Hythe, England.-Premiers Lloyd George and Briand of Great Brit...

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. — 30 April 1921

By A PRINCESS Edgar Rice Burroughs Author of OF M ARS Tarzan of the Apes OCopyrlg't AC McClnr Ind Cnmpan7 0' IN THE ARENA. Synopsis.-The author tells of his acquaintance with the hb.ro of one of the most remarkable adventures ever re, ordedl. From a n;tanuscrlpt left by his friend he has vividly set out tile strange happenings which brought together a brave Virgitnian gentleman anrld a Princess of Mars. In the Arizona bills John Carter, mining prospector and ex-Confed erate soldier, tieeing friom a war party of Apaches, takes refuge in a cave the atnlmosphere of which has a remarkable effect on him. Yielding to its influence he sinks into unconsciousness. his last thoughts centered on the glow from the planet Mars. Awaking. Carter realizes that he has, in some in comprehensitle manner, been trans ported to M';rs. lie is captured by Tars Tarkas and a party of Mar tian warriors. He is conveyed, a prisoner, to a Martian city. Three days later a fleet of airships from the neighboring st...

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. — 30 April 1921

CONDENSED CLASSICS THE WHITE COMPANY By SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Condensation by A. J. Stafford, Wollaston, Mass. Sir Arthur Coina DoS le Ia know, every)where and to everybody as the creator of Sher. has naturally beer pleased with thi, world-wide fame but It has omI been an unmllxed pleasure. lie one anid that he SwIhed America might have taken \ IT to the detec thie tales and evi denced an equal j? . enthusiasm for hibl hl-torlcal ro manees, which he regards as his beat work. He re mlarked that be had speut two years of hard work and had consulted more than 200 booksa n composlag "The White Company." The numerous Sherlock Holmes tale and the historical romanees show but two sides to the author's unusual ver eatility. He has always kept up his keen lnterest in medicine, his arat pro famalo. In "The Crime of Congo" he wrote about the cruelties of Klag Leo porald's admainistratito of the Congo rubber traic. In South Africa, and more reeently in France, he has. tudied and written abou...

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. — 30 April 1921

- r te .. .... '_n P. . L. rOU'U I wer or d .  h '. >iA Id I df'a itn * . notice. te hp t- i T , r , water a -'.ed ,, , fu na ,.n t t!:" t . . - :: . frr,:n it, t T ,, any ,, tcwn " " ( :L , 'g' -" The Ite n (" : n (i11' " !I ( f' 1 elcs ou ,t .e · tvk: .i ::e. Mr. G. . ..: . :' of th Loei=:n . . v, : : business vi; itor t", \,1'i : r:,u tiht' S n,;r.~e : ,f 0i..' ' ": 'i .. , · r. Luad::y nays that ," :' , :' C-n*ral, The L. ,R.. N, rerads whereby throug"h f reihl:t . - vice will be ihaugF: /i b.t'i,( *a ShravepErt, lIo'e, anld AXexan h :, and Mobile, Ala. Conditions war-: ranting it, passenger sr.'ice will c extended in the same a:ner, hs , - said. Messrs. Max Rothschild and Sam uel Lyons, two of our nflt p(.pular ,i citizens of the parish, have pu!chmaead t: .-the wholssae grosery busines of Mr. .i C. A. Bradley, at Ferriday, and will: ""ry on a general wh cksalr grocry -and eed business at that p- .at, r n~adet the firm name of 'Rothschild & 4'ons. We certainly w...

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. — 30 April 1921

W.. Citrry a (Tt tr rr.'isro d- o 1 r LFrTT'' Fh?' '> r : ?t VS ALrA DRUG' hoO p/'n .x;. ?· ~.YA Ial ant) j4 Those having items of intzrest far \r(i this column will pleose 'phone tlen to Miss Marie Beard, 7-W., after five ar.f o'clock every day during the week. up to Friday. laitc1 1r',1:d' "1k ..~r:. :n1ie i /r".. 0 last Fr 1~i x:; 'A' ev- i" t .. t; L (· · N l' !r-. I1.- iB. C',on'iee I re' diar; ``:' g'ive'n 1;1 re i ' C ani ideal ). 5oymcet. lust v- c'-.:. )' The .. ` a . , 11.1:;..~ ;!~:.'- 1, ,. 1. ' to Mr. .>'ý"epet Ki n: chCz e~n '.:. .';it il!. .".1. ' irng intcrrct t r'.;' a, as~ lJi" n cbro7, the h~wid"e-to hr hA* -- t-1"1 ..,..-:. with hcr ;,'ren .`i'. :1. R I tI : Mrs. T-'l;a N *c;vil' s ~,dj-''· time ddring l s resiri ;.r din Parish. li"F ' a ci'''' your, wo'ir 'Ce'c p i. "ii' . I whlch& he're ant; i .'r '' .:1 1'' ing articip-aticc ,: i ·i ` Mrs. H. B. ti")lncr ait.li 41. fuitri' (.1e hi'i' 1te "'1.d, ..:'. 'It, p2 o ,( Ch n -,tulat:. are ba ex" :101% Sto M...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 30 April 1921

Chck that Cold and Get Rmd o alit Cough It is dancero to let thoe tem A tonic lmuatv of diret ad otive attioe upon the e ous nmma brane i S themi.lablstretmnt of oeatarrhal PoUooS It akle aids e tian .n ar the lier ond bowld odSe boerpcd h the bio With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum Cement d ed Nails. Approximately one-tenth of the wirF nails manufactured are now cement coated, according to H. A. Knight, who writes on the subject to the Iron Age. The nails are coatul by shaking themt up in a hot tumbling barrel with a compound consisting maSkin from which they issue with a thin tough coating which greatly Increases their holding power. The friction of the driven nail with the wood melts the cement and forms a glue, whicb earites fast the nal.-Lijet to terary Digest. LUCKY Cigarette The nl are arette sha SIn a hot tudblng blrrel with a flavthe cementr ams a glue, which Sfast the na.-terar Digest. STAGE AmSTA.= inaoM asblo dM mel be m be as wious and h atw M Cigarette be t Fia --k ...

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. — 30 April 1921

.REI, I NSEIN AGED IU . 67, 8AINS 25 POUNDS Dlares She Would Like To Put a Bottle Of Tan lac In The Hands Of Every Sick Man, Woman and Child In This Coun try --Never Saw Its Equal. "I am sixty-seven years of age, but la all my experience I have never known a medicine like Tanlac. Think of it! At my age to gain twenty-five pounds in weight, but that is just what I have done," said Mrs. Emma Relfenstein, of No. 337 Webster ave shie, Syracuse, N. Y. "If I had it in my power," she con tinued, "I would put a bottle of Tan iac in the home of every sick man, woman and child in this country, for I know what this wonderful medicine would do for them. For almost two years I was almost a nervous wreck. I did not dare to leave the house or even go up town unless my husband went with me. I was afraid to even cross the street and had a feeling of dread all of the time. "My stomach was weak and easily upset. For days at a time I would go without solid food. I could not rest at night to do any good...

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. — 30 April 1921

Idle Ships in James River Problem of Disposal Probabhl Will Reach Congress Early in the Session. HAVE VALUABLE MACHINERI Marine Men Say Engines Could B Taken Out and Installed in Other Vesseis-4iyleton Crews Have Little to Do. Norfolk, Va.-What to do wit] about 500 wooden and steel ships ly ing Idle In James river is a questiol that will probably reach the floor o congress within a short time. The wooden ships are mostly an chored Ia the vicinity of Claremont There are as many as six moored to gether, side by side, so close that I is possible to step from the deck a one ship to another without any dan ger of falling overboard. Skeletoi crews are employed and the only wore they are required to do is to keep the decks and fixtures clean and stan( watches. They are called upon some times to daub a little paint ,on the sides of the ships, but five hours ou of the day they have nothing to do but play checkers, cards or indulge In any other pastime they see fit. There is valuable machiner...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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