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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

I jSctlrm * Mt&teltt ft (Sonsotibcitcb ^ ( ^ov,t!m^r 1903. ft Vol. 3a SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1904. No. 34. . " 1 ?? WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, D. C.. January 19.?In the senate the closing days of last week were occupied with a long, and at times vehement, debate ou the Panama treaty. Senators Spooner, Carmack, Newlands, Depew, Tillman, and others, engaging in the controversy. Each sido claims that the other is partisan and both deny the charge. The Democrats maintain that intervention by the president before the revolution was an act of war against Colombia; that he is now provoking war for political purposes; that he entered by military force 1 nr.d uninvited Into the territorial jurisuiction of Colombia; that be Bent instructions to naval officers at Colon and Panama to prevent the landing of Pnlnmiilon ti-A^na - ? ? it. W*V?B>V(??U VI w/|'o UU HCi WWII tun, that the revolution was a sham and the new republic holds together only by the ou...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

f m M Ml I EBB?BE Often The Kidneys Are j Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Kak-: Impure Blood, j It used to be onsKlejeil that onl\ urinary and bladder troubles wire to I* m-y. traced to the kidneys. Ti> ^ bet uov/ tnodcrr l'r7W,ifJfiirnrntc r.ov? M , *? ^ffV^VviTW nearly all disease! [ ' A r..".'* have their l<Of<iuiiin}! o V> l'ie disorder u' r V these tnost importan'. 0 f^-dTU R V organs. Tlie kidneys fdtei and purify the blood? ' "Vj that is their work. c Therefore, when your kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is a fleeted and a bow every organ seems to fail to do it* t duty. . a If you are sick or " feel badly," l?euin taking t he great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rout, because as soon us your kidneys are well they will lielj t fall the other ori;aus to lieulth. A trial will convince anyone. If vim :.ri> <i?>! urn cm v.siho no tills take bv f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

TIMES-REGISTER cind SENTINEL. THUU8DAY. JANUARY 31, 1904 TO LEND. * __ * On good real estate security in Roanoke oity and In Roanoke and j Bedford oounties $500, $700, $1,000 and larger sums. Mokfktt & Fox, I Balem and Roanoke City, Va. j Christmas^ i S| Bhould bo bright and closr, but w J, if ?hor? in (infective viiiion tbo jCg f SK SJSS will not have that natural ?S I. IB appoaranoe which thoy should SR S Mako Mother, Father, Hiatcr, w M Brother or Friend happy Xmas m and all through the coming New jK Yoar by reliovitig that Eye SX S Strnin and Hcadaoic with a pair "OR JK of our Perfect Fitting (Ubkh.-b. K& ?B You cannot glvo a more useful S8 Mm present. Call on ? Dlt. ROBT. L. MOORE, W, S Evo Specialist, M 85 r.24 X. Broad St. Balom, Va. fig S Houi-n fi.no p. in. to 0 a. m. B M Bell Phono 120 MA Mm lioiinokc < unco ai.v saiom A vc. Mm K Hours 10 a. in. to 4.:10 p. iu. JK DID YDO KKOff ? ThaA Salem has the cleaneBt mid , most attractive Grocery s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

I TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. 1904. "What Hohn Cox Says of Himself. Id the course of a conversation once 1 asked George B. Cox, the political proprietor of Cincinnati, to what he attributes his success us a politician. Note well the self-poise, the unconscious strength his answer carries: "First, and above all things," said * Mr. Cox, "1 owe my success to the loyalty of iny friends. "I treat fairly with men at all times, leaving no doubt as to where 1 stand. "I am upright in all my dealings. "I use my own pudgtnent as to the calss of candidates most acceptable to the people. Whenever 1 have defaulted in that 1 have been unsuccessful. "1 never allow personal feeling to sway me In a political matter. "1 have no personr. or private interests when It comes to a question of doing that which is to be for the benefit of the party. "I always weigh everything submitted to me very carefully, and after doing so. will not change my mind."? Leslie's Monthly. When bilious ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

KILLKD OVER TEN CENTS One-Arnied Confederate Veteran Is Shot i:i Plttsylvanlu. Danville,Va , Jau. 20?J. T. Davie, a one armed Confederate veteraD, wa? aliot *nd kille.l u?ar Lola, Pittsylvania county, by E i O.ivcr. a young white man. The dispute cecum to liave ic-ulti d frotu a quarrel owr ao alleged bid amounting to teu cents, which O iver, who is eugatrrd in the moic<util?bu-duem at Lolu, clahntd against Davitt. It 1m alleged that Oliver provoked a difficulty with Davie, who farted to leave the place, aud finding himself pursued, drew a kuifo with to defend himself. Then he was shot by Oliver, it is alleged, and died soon afterward. ? A Very C'lsse Cull. " I stuck to my engine, although every joint ached and every ncrye was racked with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa. " I was weak and pule, without any nppetite and all run down. As 1 was about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and after taking it, I felt us well as I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

f SALEM TIMES-REGIS Published Every Thurs Salem Printing and 1 C. D. Doitll W. W. McCluno. U? Subscriptio Hue Year Nine Month* . . Six Month* Three Mouth* 'PHONES, KUM THURSDAY. IAN IIE LIKES TIIE WEST. Wo have a letter from our , former count}'man, Mr. Creed ( Harris, now residing in Nibley, , Oregon, in which lie says: "This is one of the finest Yal- , leys in the West; th?ro are thousands of acres of land adap- , te I to wheat and sugar beets, and plenty of fruit. One can plow here for a life time and never strike a gravel as large as a pin head. I have been in the West now for nearly five years and 1 only wish 1 had came to this country when a younger man." And so it goes; some go West and are pleased; others go, but are glad to come back to old Virginia, which is good enough for any one who makes the most of his opportunities. JUST LIKE THE WHITE MAN. The following story is told of Quanah, a Comanche chief, for whom the cattlemen in the vicinity of Fort Worth, Tex., uuiit ana i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

s ' fr, ,r-, - -?r- ^ . gg flHEHBHHEOKSG?ffiSRBSlHHHHBHBHEL- ? ? for Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one I to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and 44 Just-as-good" are hut Experiments, and endanger the health of Children?Experience against Experiment, The Kind You Have Alvsja Bought yp Bears the Signatur^f^^^^^ 9 In Use For Over 30 Years. I 31t?1ffWW WWWW? flfflM!? Wflfflffl? WflMJ? It?!!? It? It? It?!t?^ I | | I E WHEN IN ROANOKE CALL i? I ? AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK rS ? OF HOUSEHOLD NEC ESS I- 3 I ENGIEBY & BRO. CO. ? : 17 SAI.EM AVENUE. 5 E roanoRe, va. E ^ E 3 i E 1 \ . il I \ i 3 p ^ The largest assortment, the prettiest and most s ? up-to-date .. line .. ot ! Vehicles '; ever shown in the South .. ? ,wi M ^t. can now be seen at ? izrr.7?* YOST-HUFF CO'S., Roanoke, Va. Having determined to keep abreast of the time...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 January 1904

. | r '.'"i'J a1 : 1,1 1 - .. 1 (low By Contraries. This Is a topey-turvey old world! One man Is struggling for justice and another Ik fleeing from It! One man Is saving money to build a house and another Is trying to sell his for less than it cost him! One man is spending all the money he can make in taking a girl to un entertainment and sending her flowers in hopes, eventunllv, to make her his wife, while his neighbor is spending the gold he has to get a divorce. One man escapes ail the diseases man 13 heir to and gets killed on the railroad. Another goes without getting hurt, and dies with whooping cough.?Such Is life.? Exchange. 1 Pneumonia. A itrioiii i*liatt u?hr* lino 1 roonlod mnok told me that some years ago ho met a man where he had camped. In the raining districts of California, who could make the New York doctors ushamed of the regular practice in a ease of pneumonia. Said he: "It stand to reason. The claim of the man is this: Unless some part of the digestive process is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

* ?on?oIibateb '^STooembei: ffr, 1903. & Voh3Q. flAT.TBM, VTRarNTl A, TTTTT^.?1 ~)AT, JANUARY 1QQ4- No. 35. WiSBINGTuH LEftEB. : y d Wellington, Jan. 26.?All appear- | anccB indicate that the people of the y United States are in a very amiable t] mood and regard with equlnamlty, mingled with a certain amount of ^ curiosity, the word war of politicians y now being waged in the forum and g, the press, regarding the prospects and ^ intentions of possible presidential g candidates. The list Is too long for recapitulation. As the president says: Mr. Hanna has a right to be a candi- e date if he chooses. He is now ill with ! the grippe, and will allow clrcum- Q stances to choose for him. The voice p of those who profess the Republican faith sings loud in the land for Roosevelt. Bryan is very induslrlouly mak- Q ing speeches and pointing out what r ought to be. Senator Godman Is quiet, J] watching to see which way the sen- g| atorlal cat will jump in Maryland. He v will have a?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

r ' I ' - " \ 0B?HLVetML . '-* ijBlUtJi JJUmjtt!. TIMES-REGlSTEK'f and SENTINEL. THURSDAY. JANUARY 2?. 1004 WIFE-TO-BE <;KAM>CII1LI> ] OF Ft It ST WIFE OF | THE CJROOM. State Asked to Pass a Spcciiil 1 Law to Straighten Out a ltaro ' Tangle That Exists in ' Frankiin t'oiiul>. ; M I Aii unusual hill Introduced in the j house of delegates is the following. , tuTB'oled a tijit days oro by Deli-gate , Garret?* ' ' s "Whereas, Herbert David Whorley and Idllle li .Haii, letddlug uear ItocUy ( , Mount. Franklla county. Va.. are un- , married, hut huvc been livlna toaetliei i for several years and have children , recognized by both of them as their offspring: and. whereas, said parties desire to he married to each other, but , ure prohibited from doing so. because i the said J.illic it. Hall is tIn* grandchild i of the deceased wife c?f the said Her- , bert David Wliorlcy, but is no blood relation to the said Herbert David NVhorley; now, therefore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

mmmmmmmmmmrnmmmm TI^eSItCOISTICIV And SENTINEL. i THUH8DAY, JANUARY 28, 1904. TO LEND. Ou pood real state security In Roauoke nity and In Roanoke and 2 Bedford counties #500, #700, #1,000 * aud larger suiub. Moffktt Si Fox, Salem and Roanoke City, Va. t fGhrtoas 1; should bo bright and oloar, but ^ if there is defective vision the H eyes will not have tbst ustorml appearance which thoy should Im"c nuiuur, ramer, Bister, Brother or Friend liappv Xmn O and all through the coming New ^g h Year by relieving that Eye Strain and Hoadache with a pair S of our l'ertect Fitting Glasses. Yon cannot give a more ueeful B| present. Call on DR. ROBT. L. MOORE, S Eye NpocialUt, Gil N. Broad Ht. , Salem, Va. ^E Hours R..K) p. m. to 9 a. ni. 8 llell Phono 13S Koanoko Ofllce 530X Balein Ave. ^g Hours 10 a. ni. to 4.30 p. m. DID IQD KHFW? That Salem has the cleaneet and mn?t attractive Grocery store in the Stater | Did you know that that store carrii s one of the most complete stock of FANCY AND STAPL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

IfSiPPl^P' ' id I I 11 BEBBBBHH?i3 IB ... The Cause v..i Many 1 Suckkn Deaths. There i. a j rvv.\iiing i:i thi; COUiitrv most daiiKt'DMiri 1k-c\.u-c s?<:acvj? " i |[| II. liJ2 1\\ live. Many rudder rTllM I 7J> \.\1Y deaths arc c ui:v. 1 -i; 1?y ?t?heart dirllll^/ nr Ik irt failure or J|jY?Q*f"V A ?j r? ajmplcw are often | \ y^" the result of kid 4 pi" ,,cv <"sea.ie. II 1 iCxLT Y'Pv n t"' kidney tfouMe ir w-jj aliowrvltuadvaiici * jyiJs4^"* thekidncy-i>oiso?- . ?-?cd Mo.-1 will nttr.ck the vital organs, ciusing oat- ?r!i < f the bladder, or the kirlnovs thei:.selves break down and w aste away cell by cell bladder troubles ulmost a! k from a derangement cf lb . a cure is obtained imiekest by j.r. treatment of the kiuuevs. 1.' yc < ing bar.lv you c:.u make vo :::i -it:.' o i . taking lir. Kilmer's Svi'S.up*Uin?t, ti ' great kidney, liver ?v.d 1 la ',.;. r ! It corrects iimbdry to li> !d urine :;n scalding pain...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

U I " "" 1 I ' ' ' v.lil.i,. 11 --- ? 1 .*72 for Infants and Children* Castorta Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and 8ootliinu[ Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislmcss. It cures I>iarrh<ua and Wind Colic. It relieves Toothing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the Stomach and Dowels, fflvinjr healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ^ LAz*yZ7-eUc/UAt In Use For Over 30 Years. ^TtfWIfflTFIfflffWWITflTfltntf !tfWWTW Wltfltf WITf !t? jj| II 1 II 1 i i I ? *//? * /* roanoke call ^ is and examine our stock 3 : ? 0f household nec ess i- ^ | ENGLEBY & BRO. CO. I E 11 SALEM AVENUE. ~ : ROANOKE, VA. H ^ 1 E ^ i i I il fj!U iUlUiUiUmiUiUlUiUiUmiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiliiUiUiui I"? ? WW Ml MM?B Your money back Iff you are not satisfied no V0I7 SUPPOSE that a c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

i mjmwfltuKii .Jser**Br**g SALEM TIMES-REGIS PubltsHea - vory Thuri Salem Printing and 1 C. D. Donlt W. W. McClunn, Bi Subscriptioi One Year Nine Months Six Mouths Three Mont tie PHONES, NUM1 THURSDAY, JAN The legislature on Tuesday conferred upon Hqu. John W. Daniel another term of tux years in the United States Senate. 1 Contrary to expectations, the C Republican members not only c did not voto for him, but they c put in nomination Congressman i LI I ft * * ? ? oiemp. no, nowever, goi out 1 few votes, anil the littlo notori- 8 m 5 ety obtained by his empty com t pliment will not avail li i in much. ? Mr. Bryan had just as well i learn now as later, that the 1 next Democratic convention 1 will not re-affirm the platform upon which ho wont down to i defeat in 1900. The party will i surely profit by experience, 1 whether that gontleman does or ' not. There are too many issues that lie close to the peoplo to | allow any one to drag the party down to dofeat again. Hearst has drawn firs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

f to V # t.y - # i AS ffiDUH LEGEND. I 1 Tradition of the Origin of Corn, Wheat and TuUucqo.. r "l have been favored with an Indian o tariditlon eoncernlnK the origin of to- h ' bacco. Indian corn and wheat, which. li although you may have seen it before, s I shall relate," said the poet laureato a of all the Pascagoulas at tM Orune- a wald yesterday. a "At some distant period two Indian d youths pursuing the pleaures of the t chase, were led to a remote and un- n frequented part of the forest, where, o lw?l it tr ffltlffiiofl anil htintvrv " ? * " down to real themselves and to dress p their victuals. While they were thus e employed the spirit of the woods, at- v traded, as it is supposed, by the un- If usual and savory smell of the venison, approached them In the form of a beautiful female, and seated (hcrs<^f beside "ritem*' ^e younths, ^weS tfy" the presence of eo superior a being I' and struck with, gratitude for the cou-. c deseetrelon which she had shown them { In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 January 1904

a A Golden Rule S of Agriculture: I I?e K".)d in v?ur land ami your crop I will be gixxl. l'lentv of Potash 1 in thrfertilizerspcllsijuality | ?J* I and quanta v^in tUe^harH OHRMlN KALI WORKS. B New Vutk?vj N^itau'?t. | At!?otn. Go. - 22'S?. CroaJ Sly^ ^ ^*jj jssssx (iood Spirits. Good spirits don't all coine fron Kentucky. Their main source i the liver?and all the line spirit ever made in the Blue (truss Stat could not remedy a bad liver or tb hundred and-one ill effects it pro duces. You can't have good spirit and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in tine conditio: if you would feel buoyant, happ; and hopeful, bright of eye. light o step, vigorous and successful it your pursuits. You can put you liver in fine condition by ueinj Green's August Flower?the grcat.es of all medicines for the liver ant stomach and a certain cure for dys pepsia or indigestion. It has beet a favorite household remedy for ove thirty-five years. August. Flowe will make your liver h?althy nut a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

e&ultw ?fnxt%+ . # (?Lo?#olibateb SjttflitljCl '^8lo?cmber 10, 100$. # Vol. 38. ~ SAliBM, VIRGINIA, THURSD4X FEBRUARY 4, 1904. ~~ No. 36. ?.__Mil.__?___?__??? - . -kSSk Washington letter. Washington, Feb. 2.?A close student of congress must be convinced that the commercial interests of the nation control legislation, and that politics, even in a presidential campaign year, are but incidental. Both Republicans And Democrats protest that they are not swayed in the least by partisan motives, but seek only the good, glory and prosperity of the country. This is a very gratifying situation, and as long as the public funds hold out, so long will the various enterprises which depend upon governmental aid prosper. Recent reports show that the new navy 1 Is making satisfactory progress; our foreign commerce is rapidly increasing; our insular possessions are fairly prosperous; and great internal improvements for the benefit of the I American people at home arc contemplated, such as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

>- - TIMES-HEGISTEH ar d SENTINEL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1904. , FARMS BIO IN DAKOTA. Agricultural Munchausen Given 1 an (ilea of Things There. "Yes. sir," resumed the Dakota 1 farmer, as the crowd of agricul- '' turists seated themselves round ' a littfe table; "yes, sir: wo do things on rather a sizable scale. I've seen a man <>n one of our ' big farms Htart out iu the spring ! and plow a great furrow until autumn. Then he turned round ' and harvested back. We have 1 duiuo ui^ mruiH up uifru, geuuumen. A. friend of mino owned one which ho had to give a mortgage on, and I pledge you my word the mortgage i was due at one end before they could get it recorded at the < other. You see, t was laid out I in counties. And the worst of I it, it breaks up families so. Two I years ago I saw a whole family prostrated with grief?women ' yelling, children howling and I dogs barking. One of the men 1 had his camp truck packed on , seven four-muled team...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

i * . fa ,1 ifiiiW, T1MES-R.EGISTER. I and SENTINEL. _ THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1904. ATTENTION, REPUBLICANS Cull lor Republican Mass-KTeetI "If. ' Responding to the rail of tlie Republican Committee for a State Convention to be held at Norfolk, Va. ou the third day of Maroh, 1904, for the election of delegates and alternatee to tho Republican National f Convention to be held at Chicago, 111 , ou tho 21?t day of June next,uuit to the ctll of the Sixth Congressional District Committee for a district convention to be held in Lyuohburg, Va. ou the 21 day of March, 1904, for the the eleotion of two delegated and two f alu ruatee to the National Republlcan Convention as above stated, the election of an elector for the Sixth Congressional District, the nomination of a candidate for Congress for the Sixth Congressional District, aud lor such other business as may properly come before the Convention. The Republicans of Roanoke Coun I ty are hereby called to assemble in uii??(i?ujeeHiiK u.t me ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 February 1904

r : ~ ~ ~ ~ [ J?BBBBg .. I. . 1 ?-HJ -il J Ro Baking Saves ! ai Saves! ROYAL BAKING POWD An unused blue two-penny postage stamp of Mauritius, issue of 1847, i has been sold in lxxidon for $5 500. Now is tbe tiiue to sell yours. .The Output. Tho output k tbe key-note to profIt. In deciding upon a price at which to soil, a manufacturer, no matter what article ho lias to offer, considers how many ho is likely to sell, and bases his chai go accordingly. It is quite reasonable, too. If a tailor sells only two suits of clothes each week, his income mustcomo from tlio profit of those two suits. It ho cnu. however, doublo or treble his output without materially increasing his working expenses, ho can naturally afford to make the profit on each suit much less. Again, this output decides tlio buying power. It is only necessary to stato that there have been manufactured and sold over 77,000 EMERSON PIANOS provo what the buying power of us groai company musi ue. i no small manufacturer who turn...

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