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January 2, 1920 Smaller paper publishers all over the country are faced with temporary suspension or bankruptcy if the condition is not remedied as this price of 13.5 cents per pound cannot be paid by them. Before this was this same paper sold for two and a half cents. The people of Petersburg will not be without their paper, however, for some time as the Report was able to secure a supply at a moderately high figure, just before the last raise and now has enough paper on hand to turn to for nearly a year. Bills have been introduced in Congress looking to remedy the condition by limiting the s...


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