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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 7 May 1921

STHE Co NCORDTASENTINEL O1NThRE, PKpratr. OFFIOIAL PAPER OF TH PAIO TOW O OONOODIA. TOWN F' VIDALIA, SOHOOL DOaRD. AND THR LOUIIANA LZVER DITRT. TWO M L. XXXX VIDALIA. CONCORDIA PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY MAY, 7 :1921 NO. 14 G.O.P. INSURGENT FLAYS KNOX PEACE SENATOR NELSON OF MINNESOTA BREAKS TRACES TO BRAND SCHEME. SEN. UNDERWOOD'S WARNING Benator Nelson's Opposition Shatters Stain on America's Honor, But Deprives U. 8. of Rights Un der Treaty. Washington.-An informal agree . sent for a final vote on the Knox SPeace resolution has been reached by ith q senate.  The agreement was reached after an ttack on the resolution had been stade by' Senator Nelson, republican, 11 Minnesota, followed by Senator Un r ewood, of Alabama, democratic lead a, 3o other senators being ready to proceed. Senator Underwood and Sen ator Lodge, republican leader, ar m a ed that absent senators should be .Etltled of the time for the vote and Ue debate ended with adjournment of "X gmeate. 'The first attack came ...

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. — 7 May 1921

Germans at the Upper Silesian Plebiscite C'rowd of Germans at the postofece in Konigshutte registering for the plebiscite which was to determine whether Poland or Germany should have the Upper Silesian territory. The illustration also shows a German woman. eighty-five years old, being carried to the polls to east her vote for her fatherland. U.. . Weather Is Not Home Brew Ioy Blasts and Torrid Zephyrs Are "Imported" From Other Countries as General Rule OT SUBJECT TO REuATION There Is No Way of Suppressing High and Low Distrbancee and At meephorio Presure Is Boas of Its Own Whims. Washlnstom.-People who complain about the weather, who kick beearus SIs teo bot, too cold or too wlndt, as Sam light be, a reminded by SNational Georaphlc solety that the weather Is not bomea-lrwe. Mot el It comeswee pla la itre o`ether e ea blo wi up bqem r taw reW uss.. Ssoe a Itmatil pge Pe the smea prt the Amale a ash al l Ime, lewa, beaf. ed waves asd bet waves, erandee * ad tem te, esode tumfiaS is f...

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. — 7 May 1921

A&" qvyjMvjw5M Aaw aawaa V wiau hm-m =-a I Z J VESE D G A R ' RrC E A 1KIJVUEBURROI5 OF MARZS As for f CS~u~ht O. EAwTamzac of the co fsu. A 0 Wm~mW tea a,.,. Apes CHAPTER XII-Continued. -10 There is always sufficent reserve of the ninth ray stored in the great building to maintain the present Mar tlan atmosphere for a thousand years, and the only fear, as my new friend told me. was that some accident might befall the pumpi rI apparatus. Before I retired for the night he promised to give me a letter to a near by agricultural officer who would help me on my way to Zodanga, which he said was the nearest Martian city. "But be sure that you do not let them know you are bound for Helium, as they are at war with that country. My assistant and I are of no country we belong to all Barsoom and this tal laman which we wear protects us in all lands, even among the green men though we do not true. eurselves to their hands if we can avoid it," he added. "And so good-night, my friend," he !"`...

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. — 7 May 1921

Tb, Conde SOntml PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY --- -- I - VIO4LIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1921 Entered at the Post Office, Vidalia, La., a Second Class Mail Matter 'Fe SENTINEL is not reasonsible for the views and opinions of corres •pondents appearing in its columns. P. L ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wednes d-ys in J.nnuary, Aprfl and Octo ber. at rallulahb, Louisiana JUSTICE SHOULD BE GIVEN WHERE JUSTICE IS DUE.. Crand Jury Sits In Four Days Sea sien Investigatilr Conduct Polies Jury. Good Report. Elsewhere in this issue we noublish the full report of the Grand Jury. which sat in a four days session in Vidalia this week, investiigating all alleged infractions of the law, and from the dlugent search they made in to all reports, it may be accepted that all irregularities were properly look ed into and proper report made. There seems to be considerate unfavorable sentiment in the parish on the manner in which teh Police Jury has been con...

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. — 7 May 1921

GARDEN SEEDS S irt yo- hee e gardem new by sowinl the following seeds is the open ground dutr ing the mouth. We Carry a Complete Line of FERRY'S aud AMERICAN SEED CO'S package Seed BEANS BEET CABBAGE TURNIP C LRROT CORN CUCUMBERS RADISH I EEK LETTUCE MELONS MUSTARD I ARSLEY PARSNIP PEAS SWISS CHARD aPINACH SQUASH TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER All varieties of PLOrVER SEEDS in Stock VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY ?inral anb %nrial Jtr1mw l-ss Vashti Law, who has been charming visitor of her sister. Naomi Law, left Thursday msning for her htome in Benoit, i Everyone regretted to see her as she, like her sister, Naomi, made many friends among the people. One of the most delightful events e the week, was the card party Sat the Club room by Miss Na Law, complimentary to her Vashti on Monday night. The Sroom had been prettily decora with dowesr and card tables were a aged for playing. Four sp;rited ware played. after which the V were awarded. Miss Gertrude ~and Miss Mary Belle Mason at Los the ladies' prise...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 7 May 1921

ASPIRIN K Name "Bayer" on Genuine (Y Warning! Unless you see the name Blayer" 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 (P package for Colds, Headache, Neural gla, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin ( boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As- nE pirln cost few cents. Druggists also d sell larger packages. Aspirin is the at trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of en Momoacetlcacidester of Salicycacid.- is Adv. sN WERE OTHERS IN THE FIELD fr at dehool Superintendent Learned That fu He Was Not Alone in His bt Devotion to Fair One. at gr The superintendent of schools in a pr small Indiana town recently persuaded to the school board to revoke its ruling th to employ only single women as teach- m, ors in the school. At the first school mi at which be called he tried to joke le the young teachers. "Now you'll all Ye be getting married." he...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 7 May 1921

es Tanlac Credit For Splendid Health _ :"!4:.!` ,, i . .. i·. . T. J. PARKER 4246 Juneau Street, Seattle, Wash. Used to think all the Tanlac tes were exaggerated, but 1 Ielt thankful a thousand times I believed In it strong enough to tIh medicine a trial," said T. J. , well-known saleman for Clothing Store, residing at asau St., Seattle, Wash. years ago I commenced periodle spells of sickness and mogths ago I had an attack that would inlsh me. When I alty get up. I was scarcely able I lald no appetite and what Ut hiesd myself to eat cased so bo a- my stomach I could bard breath. Z-ht I was often so bloated I tresthe while lying down and to it up and atruggle for M times I had cramps so bad I @a dly endure it. eapands and cold contracts; B peebably why the days are bh semmer than ID winter. SASPIRIN Bayer" on Genuine RI 11 p m, rm m in e ta e w  elsa or twalt.se l ar asia am edy as ( . ail ra. y Munn eWI a  gI, a.e a i fr see lltf tf b is i beampe al a as ti Y paid " " se F ~ Lu...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 7 May 1921

r' C / "'l .. /.:. . ..k., ILAUEA is spouting lava, spout Ing as neve," before in its history its "House of Everlasting Fire." This continuously active volcano in Hawaii llational park is over flowing from the pit ,of Hale maumau. All of the trails In the old crater bottom have been destroyed. Five flows are run ning north, south and west and a mountain of lava, the largest in the volcano's history, is spout ing high, surrounded by hun dreds of other fountains. The lava raete "eihy feet in boars. The mal flow, 1iNO iNet wide, is ruanng at the rate of rlyr mlss sa hour. Peuee guards are bdlag huadmds at toursbts ad, a.ei at a considerable distanuce from e see besause at the danger of a greater out AMd the spast of S lasea is aen of the won der sessn of the world. "The aw an voeanoes," writes T. A. Jag ear. Jr, director of the Hawaiian Volcano observ. atory. "a truly a national iset, wholly uque of thta , the most famous in the world of asleas ad the abot cotntinurosly, variou...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 21 May 1921

HHE CONCORDIA SENTINEL . , Popriet& OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VID ALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR VOL. XXXX VII)AIA, (ON(COII)IA PAlHISl, LA.. SATURDI)AY MAY, 1 1921 'SPOT ON THE SUN PER$ PARALYZES WIRES ma the e head PLAYS HAVOC WITH TELEGRAPH out a TRAFFIC THROUGHOUT THE will b UNITED STATES. and tl 1, Se that Peyto WIRELESS WORKS BETTER staft. In Perst Sup Spots Visible to Naked Eye eral Through Smoked Glasses, Held army Responsible for Disastrous He t genes "Earth Currents." of st. Harb "Ifew York.-Electrlcal influences Willi -.erted by the aurora borealis or tive - rthera -lights, believed to be caused by an unusually large sun spot, con- admi tinned to play havoc with the tele graph traffic throughout the United routi States, especially in the east. Telegraph wire chiefs reported that pets ths natural phenomena had injected parti extra voltage into their wires, causing trai what are known as "earth curren...

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. — 21 May 1921

U1Princj" of Murc ' dgarRi~eBrrughr I Author of / Tzm OfT e Apes Imarhurons 1by Copyrigh A.C.MClurg9 ond Company CHAPTER XV-Cauintlw 4, relium lies a thousand milem rath est of Zodana. and with my com pass Intact I should have aade the *,tp, barring accident, to between otur and e*e hours. As It turned out, however, moraing found me speeding over a vast expense of dead ass bet som after nearly ex hours of continu a flight at high speed. About noon I passed low over a great dead city et aaelnt Mars, and as I skmmed out acree the plain I eae fall upon several thoasand green warriors engaged in a terris battle. Scarcely had I seen them than a vol. e oft shots was direted at me. and with the almost unfailing aacuracy of their ais my little Craft was instantly a ruined wreck, slaking erratically to the ground. I fell almopt directly i the center ofr me ores combat, ramon warriors had not men my approach, so re they engaged tn life and truggles. As my machine sank among them I realised th...

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. — 21 May 1921

Egypt Weathers Cotton Crisis L esi Te Mainy Big Failures, Busi ness Men Hope the Worst Is Past. t GAINS FOR AMERICAN TRADE Low-Priced Automobiles Have Effected I a Conquest-So Has American Chewing Gum-Patent Food Products Also Popular. Calro.-Business men in Egypt, es pecially foreigners, pay very little at tenthon to the political situation. They admit, of course, that the unsettled conditions of a year ago, as well as the general lack of knowledge of what the future holds for Egypt, is a deter rent to free commercial intercourse. The chief cause for business worry at this writing is the decline in cot ton prices plus the general interna tional slump in trade. The two events coming at the same time work more than ordinary hardship to the business life of Egypt. One business man remarked that people in Egypt realized that the trade of the world was in a bad state; that prices were falling the whole world over, and that there was a gen eral stagnation in buying. But, he continued, "o...

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. — 21 May 1921

the Concordia Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VIDALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1921 Entered at the Post Office, Vidalia, La., as Second Class Mail Matter The SENTINEL is not responsible for the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing in its columns. P. L ROUNTREE, Mgr. and Pub. FIFTH DISTRICT LEVEE BOARD. Regular Meetings, Second Wedres days in Jannary, April and Octo ber, at rallulah, Louisiana The town is having the ditches cleaned out, and the water is drain ing off the streets nicely. We want to congratulate the new council up on the progressive efforts they have made already. The electric pump has been running for the past week, and already an appreciable amount of water has been taken out of the slough. The protection levee above town across the slough was closed, and the water on this side is being pumped out, which will take it off the north part of the town . Elsewhere in this issue appears Ordinance No. 211, of the Town of Vidalia, declaring war on dogs run n...

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. — 21 May 1921

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. INNOCULATE YOUR STOCK NOW PHONE - WIRE - WRITE VIDALIA DRUG COMPANY ?Lncal auab 'od ial 3itri I Again the "Lucky Seniors" were entertained on lnst Friday night when Mrs. M. C. Reeves and Mrs. J. Cock field were hostesses at a beautiful supper given at the home of the latter. The home of Mrs. Cockfield was beautifully decorated by flowers festooned ever the house and tab!e, and butterflies were hung from the ceiling which gave a bright and effec t;ve anpearance. The lights were all shaded with colored shades which cast a mellow light over the whole house. Those present at the sup~er wrere: The seniors, Hazel Cockfield, Cline Strickler, Ruth Ohlsen and Laura Brouillette, the high school teachers, Mrs. Hough...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 21 May 1921

Watch Your Kidneys! That "bad back" is probably due to weak kidneys. It shows in a dull, throbbing backache or sharp twinges when stooping. You have headaches, too, dizzy spells, a tired, nervous feel ing and irregular kidney action. Don't neglect it-there is danger of dropsy, P gravel or Bright's disease! Use Doan's Kidney Ptils. Thousands have saved themselves more serious ailments by the timely use of DoanR'. Ask your neighbor! A Mississippi Case J. H. Luter, Court it., Winona, Miss., says: "For some time I had a pain across the small of my back 8 and in my right side. It was hard for me to stoop over on ac count of my back being so weak. My kidneys showed signs of weakness. Doan's brought me quick re- < lief and one box re moved the difficulty and I have felt no return of it since. I have great faith in Doan's" GCt De.'s Aawr Ste 0esa Bs a DOAN'S PILLS , ,STiFt.MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y. . Renew your health by purifying your system with Qu0ck and delightfl r I Glifor bilious...

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. — 21 May 1921

THE TRIALS OF A HOUSEWIFE H i y Have Been Endured and How Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Experience of a Providence Woman Providence, R. I.-" I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a female trouble and backache. It began just after my baby was born, and I did the best I could about get ting my work done, but I had awful bearing-down pains so I could not stand on my feet. I read in the papers - about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and the good it was doing other women, and I have got dandy results from it and will always rec ommend it. You can use these facts as a testimonial if you wish. "-Mrs. HERBERT L. CASSEN, 18 Meni Court, Providence, R. L Ohio woman for three years could hardly keep about and do her housework she was so ill. Made well by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound: Fayette,O.--'For about threeyears I was very nervous and had backache sideache, dragging-down Dains, could not sleep at night, and hau no appe tite. At times I could h...

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. — 21 May 1921

*0akinc f5eN.s~/ Na~r ;\ OM V5 Rob(p4 (. YkevvgU (tj £t GUA'.3s gum*.AN 7)I,> " y "IV*I1' F~:·- -iA~ --~ '--?-- 7"_S-.Jis~ iL·· glz 4 tvkre ' : .+ P l O ccZ HAT the Niagara river is not yet furnishing sufficient electrical ener gy to meet existing requirements is evidenced by the Queenston Chippawa development now being pushed to completion on the Ca nadian side of the international stream. As recently described in the Scientific American, the plan is to generate at the start 210,000 horsepower and, later on, 472,500 horsepower. Recognizing the prospective greater demands for electricty in the course of the next few years, the projects discussed in the current issue are of timely Interest. In the order of their oreference, they are first, a dam a few miles be ow the Falls which will make use of the full flow of the river, and, second, an installation at Goat Island which, of necessity, would have to absorb waters that might diminish the impressiveness of the present Falls. So say...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 June 1921

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL -L. BRO 4~ Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PARISH OF CONCORDIA, TOWN OF VIDALIA, SCHOOL BOARD AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT TWO S OL..XXX\ VII)ALIA, C(ON('Oii)I.1 I'Y %IUII. 1, .. \TI'l l)I I .I'. N, I '*1 1 -. . . .... TG . - - --I:1 . a t 1$675,000 TO IMPvVa PORTS ' I .., g~ ~~~~p ,l ;,ll FI! !",,: ule a, TWO NEW ANGLES ON ehi and Ieptgis critic Art CONTESTS ARE STARTED ON AP. convI PORTIONMENT OF FUNDS fight SELECTIVE PLAN. toche distri Legit PREPARE TAX SCHEDULE ofic Thro it w Suffrage Cohorts To Resume Battle- able Centeantion Over Registration of thro. Voters To Go To Floor of Rasli Convention. tl at ti but Baton Rouge, La.-Ordinances re- lawr lating to the educational system of was the state and creating a public ser-.of s' vice commission will be in the spot- the light at the Constitutional Convention. ticel Both are fixed as special orders, edu- a pi * cation for Tuesday and the public tare service commission for Wednesday. of c Intere...

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. — 4 June 1921

(peading boy may on an e CONDEUSED Nancy, yýQ pupil of CLASS:CS Sikes, t In ord making along OLIVER TWIST Protesti window his con w CHARLESu DICKENS mine Iver, we Condensatik by in a d I. Hgeward LaField, Profeu The ne fd Engllsh Literatur as he ie story i lasting Charles Dieke Agal did miet of IJs writing in thaided 1 mornins. He .n- shown aunlly was cetest of Oli1 with the hears between mine anad plots one. He rarely posses wrote in the it- al ruin teraoon. In his peciall youthful days Thhe el often eomposed at night, but this heard habit was ahen formel domed later. her lii He eonld turn oE page after his tn page at great Tae speed sad often- street times the easter of prittling his novels in parts resda made thin see- tungity sras. He was full dem far sheed of the printer. t teate ordinarty be eo- serval sider d thre when rages a go with we,m. s be did fseo and ther eam be tbogt it as uamasal- matte S- nes l had t So p e we&t. eo de.erIbed many -tre't a e whe wutls eand grs...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 4 June 1921

SPLENDID DESIGN FOR HORSE BARN ientifically Planned and Con tains Modern Equipment. IMPORTANT ASSET FOR FARM Gothic Roof Is of Plank Frame Con struction and Gives Ample'Space for Hay Mow-Has Twelve Stalls abd Two Box Stalls. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. ILadford will answer quest!ons and give advice FREE OF 4'OST on all subjecte pertaining to the subject of building work on the farm, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Marufacturer, he is. without doubt, the hlithest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Rad ford. No. 1827 Prairie avenue, Chicago, Ill., and only inclose two-cent stamp for reply. People In the cjtles are laclined to think that there is no "such animal as a horse" because of the thousands of automobiles and motor trucks. But 'I :~~4 A hthey overlook the fact that there are still nmany animals in the country. ,In the farms the horne is still car Iying many of the burdens and is ...

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. — 4 June 1921

Cj comdm1 Sentinel : 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; ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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