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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 October 1921

fPai . .' · 1,0|.|unmn a s a business visitor . eltOOl Wednesday. Iwlents in D Cooley oft Gullickson Ss Tuesdy': i .e . rom* the Outlook ,rt ~edneflda and Thursday,-. tr * * ... ,.~a * J'd of. OccideAn i.inalson & C., Inic. 23-tf. -.a - waho ha5s been.:on , d lla,:: rafily improv :. * * * . toner and Dr. Sells of Out Clair Stoneheort business visit to ot, iad Wedlnesday evemung. [etyWoo , * * ohn Sibert, Hotel man of -Flaxton, 1, takota, on busineess Wednesday 1dThursday., , S. Sells of Out!cook wtv in the . seat on business Sunday, mot i(ver ia * * hier A. P SA mrud of the State l of laxville vas in Plentywood busiess Saturdcav niglt. 'et music Get the Latest "Pale n! (an Indian love song); "Sacr& r (a love song) at BOLSTERS. SL Nelson and Pete Marron were tone visitors Tuesday in. connec ewith their banking inlerests at at point. County Commissioner R. G. Tyler d Auditor Heisler of Fargo was plentywood Friday enroute from ~y to Homestead. y Jiason of Scobey was in Plen "od...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 October 1921

M eaviet SpIy She. BE l a the Yeas-Av~rse Plke Dow s N+ear TA.-cattle Osea Weds te O ISIher, Cloe Weake. South St. Paul, Man., Oct. 22, 1921-Receipts of cattle at the week's opening were the largest for the sea son to date, but under the influence of a good demand for stockers and feed ers, the market ruled strong to slightly higher at the week's opening. However, continued larg e aseip. .d the lessened demand for stockers and feeders -caused the market to weak en at mid-week, all of the early gain being lost, closing prices being steady to 25e lower than last week. Best western range cattle beeves sold early in the week up to $7.00, with bulk of western and native beef steers off grass selling at the close from $5.00 to $5.75, although better kinds are still quotable from $6.00 to $7.00. Butcher she stock finished with the bulk at $3.25 to $4.50, al though best grass she stock is quot able from $5.00 to $6.00 Canners and cutters sell largely at $2.00 to $3.00, bologna bulls at $2.5...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 October 1921

ROUNDUP Sfrom Our Wo-t and Stlff Writers SI LOPE lranltv .was a business call )IcNuo. ~iednesday morning. ntelope tiona d ladies' Aid met gp VanV.orus October , Dcnaldson of Plentywood was . caller here Saturday morn of the Montana Motor ' _ood, was down on busi he last f week B flvel ~finished threshing Sat Sorn1ng and pulled his ma in. after the fall run. Sourtney dlrove to Plentywood Sevening on business and to iends. f Antelope folks attend bearn dance at Ted Ovnan's ., ight. Riehardson and O. Grimsrud I to Outlook to consult Dr. aup rday afternoon. Sat dle cashier of the First a Bank of Reserve, \was a busi caller here Monday. Astrup Bros. are busy hauling tomarket. They have harvested . A. P. Van Vorst and Mrs. J. iamsley were Plentywood shop the latter part of the week. members of the Altar Society entertained by Mrs. W. H. Gott at her home on Thursday after H. Thoreson and family plan to fr Norway the 11th of Novem t vjisit during' thc winter months. ountV Surveyor link and ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 October 1921

MARKETDAYAT 1 RESERVE ASUCCESS The Market Day at Reserve, Sat-I urday, October 22nd, was in every way a success considering the condi tions of the country. There was a large crowd out. August Nelson representing the United States Grain Growers, Inc., r poske for over an hour and outlined in detail the plans of the Grain Growers Pool, in which the farmers c showed considerable interest and t many as a result of Mr. Nelson's able I talk, indicated their intentions of I joining he pool. After Mr. Nelson i had completed his address, Editor t Taylor of the Producers News spoke for a while when he was followed by A. Budden, state manager of the league, who also urged the farmers to join the Grain Growers for action on the conomic field as well as sticking to the league for action on th@ poli tical field. All speakers were well received and. the audience displayed great interest in th subjects discussed. Popular estby Young. People Wedded Last Saturday Mr. Roy Clifford Stageberg and Miss H...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

r 1-- . i yt ( zr w ý `-ey ."°,' w 1 A v3 s+r4 Wew TI W&nsa Li ý No. V.A.'Official BId'N~t aoaFr lusi Serve NiWey kDays at jaeson esident of National Noaitis. .ageisa Lg eiPresented Himself jo Sheriff at 3:30 YysteR y Afternoon-At 3:40 Was Locked in Cell, Ending Sensational Legal Battle Il.asting .'hree Yeai. -Asks Permission to Write His Wife Daily. YS HE. IS TIRED A RVO AFItR N. D. FIGHT 5First Act in Prison I to Secure Release of h9-Year-Old Boy BY Paying His fine and Cost--.Shakes Hands With rosecuting Attortney Who Secured His Conviktion and Assutes Him No .IIlI Feelings are Harbored Towards Any body1 ' '' ' - _ ,,ia' to Producers New s. Jackson, Minn., Nov. 2.-A. C. Townley, president of the National pa'.tisan League, spent tonight in the Jackson county jail beginning his tence of 90 cdays for conspiracy to encourage disloyalty during the World . His incarceration ended a three year legal battle started here and car-' to the L'nrted States sup .:le court. Fatigued and hagg...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

'0 OF Governor N. E. Kendall, in opning the conference of middle western gov ernors, called for the purpose of dis cussing freight rates, the uaemploy ment situation, interestt ciirs, and cost of construction materials, de the following addtess "I haVe assumed the province of inviting this conference of mid-west erw executives because I believe the inancial, economic and industrial con ditions of the country demand the: most serious attention from all those in authority. "In all the states represented here agriculture is the paramount industry, and upon its prosperity depends the well being of the entire population. True, we mine some and manufacture some, but fundamentally our reliance is upon the generous response oOf the soil to the energies of those who ctl tivate it. It is of primary import ance, therefore, that those engaga in that pursuit shall realize fair retirs upon the invetsment of capital and labor which they apply to it,. "It is common knowledge among all men that duri...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

OUR WASMIGTON LETTEI 1 Cut in Wages Not Reflextd kIe Ra - h. ULa Labor Provisions Grossly Violated -Attempt to Exempt Foreign Traders from fIcoa Taxewe a Fairupl*S to ,Sft Taxes from the Very Rich to the Poor is Hot in Senate-Sac co.Venzetti Verdict Creates Excitement in Europe-Harding promises to Withdraw Rhine Troope--Oppition to Meon's European Debt Scheme Grows. ton, D. C.-By the time this I gthe country may know what is . to happen in the railroad contro- - ge president may give the Labor t d such power that it can bring - ecutives to terms with the men. 4 men may decide to accept consid hie concessions rather than strike. the strike may become a sectional 1 craft union matter. Te railroad executives appear to be us to have the strike occur. The organ Syndicate back of them may I a chance of breaking up the :ail ad brotherhoods. It may want to re the roads to the government now 1 tthey are pretty well milked under excuse which would explain away e failure of private management....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

PA yr offlce at Plentywood, n.idera. . Unde tiest irch3, 879., CHARiR E. tAYLO F Ator ad Manager. Foreign Advtsina Representatv f STH~ AMERICANPR ASIOCATONK Quack, fraudulent =sd irresponslbiel fris are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor it any reader will advise Us promptly shopl.,'i have occasion to .doubt or question the rp liability of ant y fltir;i ch patronizes onr advertising colsmns. F 0imAY: NOVEMBER 4, 1921 e .. . I~JOWNLEY'S CASE The supreme court of Minnesota has denied A. C. Townley of the Nonpartisan league a new triul. He was convic~ed of conspiring, with a man whom he had never seen, to hindedre .war... He was indicted and tried in Jackeon county, Minpesota, a county which he had siever visited prior to his trial. The principal witness against him was a man who was tak en out of jail ini order to teatify. Mr. Townley was denied the usual right to speak in his own behalf at the trial. Of the farmers'-n kson county at the time of the trial about o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

.OCA . Liockrem (f Madbc iC nd here with friends. , e.". ' , .&C.. Nelson, the Outlook Hardware Sas transacting business in todaY Treasure D J. Olsonr trip to Comertown .f naday of this week. " h 'and P. J. Stewarat te rize fight which Occur city. , * .. - trictly fresh eggs--40 Paid. Plentyw e -rs- Wm. Herron of I;Ra red to this city Sunday :ev attend the sho. . cars of Plentywood pel the dance at Medicine LAke. night giiven under the aus the Catholic Ladies' Altar. our strictly fresh egg- to yood Bakery & Grocery. orty cents per dozen. 29-ti Rader, cashier of the First Bank at Raymond, was a seat business visitor the fore the week. public Examiner Lynde ar Fe Friday of last week to ex the records of the different 0fficers. * * nd Mrs. Clair Stoner and of Outlook precinct, were in 'nod Sunday, the guests of Mr. ~A. J. Moore. .. s *. you need anything in house hing, come in and select it largest stock in ' Sheridan _Bolster & Sons, Inc. 29-it c Supt. W.1m. Moe and brothe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

_--~ bvr KFifty y . . br Colads and Coue Ma Bowela No al. way is the way of Dr. King's Pills- gently and firmly reg~ g *theb6iels eliminating the intestine clogging waste. At all druggists, 2., .., PROMPT! wOGr R'Or2W I Kin. s Pills Where Farmers Organi - tions Really Clasped Hands Two farmer organizations of Iowa, the Farmers' Union and the Ameri can Society of Equity fratrnized at the state convention of the latter or ganization in Waterloo, Iowa, Octo ber 4 and 5. The executive comnlt tee of the Farmers' Union, which has 25,000 members in that state, was the guest of the Equity society for two days, and they jointly laid plans for cooperative livestock marketing on the Chicago market, through the Equity Co-Operative Exchange. Unofficially discussion was also had as to the feasibility of the two orga nizations uniting into one in Iowa, but this was not pushed by either side, both agreeing that they enter tain the friendliest of feelings toward each other and desire cooperation. Ef...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

·dStanffW IS tored to WilHstoa S,,tuning yesterday foi' b, , B. Van VorOUS and d'M r . W. Janke motored l' Sun~. left yesterday, for z0tn, w here he expects to do pork for the next- several . rs. Elmer Olson, of Mi a afe, days of this week at of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olso and with old Froid ,Oson, and Mrs A. R. Butler returned' rning from Helena, where Ss delegates to the Grand I. 0. O. F., and the Re o "- They also visited nblyeman during the trip. t Ble and Amanda es pleasantly surprised at e Saturday night when 35 friends walked in for the ev he pastime of the occasion , and all report a very of the new electric light plant is progressing nicely and be in such shape as to war -quipping of the two other to take care of the heavy Sis on at this season of the lr Dorothy has been working verse conditions the .past nth, and is to be commended the town as good service has under existing conditions. T. Haagenson ,and family to leave on or about the 15t tmber for their new .home at I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 November 1921

Reg 20A il {w t ir e 4_ _ _O SOLD FO ...A ONLY: SReg. R $37.50Cole t BlastM Only at r --O nly---. $65.0 --ewel Range, -.ble ..•ng,-it reservoireea e Reg. $45.00 Alaska Oak Heat- , . * Reg. $37.50 Alaska Oak Heat- A r ,ce • . e r , o-l y.. - - - - - -. . . ..-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - 2R.e g.5 " -- o S" , i4t -r r rn ,i .Reg. $7.50 Alaska Oak H 1eat.- E c. ustom er - o-. 1 KEROSENE C6OK STOVES 1 NEW FAýB & MORE 11/2 H. P. ENGINE WASH MACHINES SRegular $24.50 3-burner Florence, only..............$18.75 5 Regular $22.50 Motor High Sed, only Regular $22.5 2-burner Florence, only.. ------$16.50 1 Hand EMERSON 2 H. P. ENGINE, good as w Regular $8.50 Copper Wah ler, only. Regular $6.50 2-burner Oven, only---- - $4.00 2 HnEeua2$.0CperBtogasolr Qk i te Reg. $4.50,Tsiz 36xB306 Reg .$1-2.00, SalePrice------------------.-$..... ..00 A&Rem. $3.50, size 33x33 4 "+ 3SWIN.. MACHINE ""..'.'- ... j Reg. $3.00, size 3030, .... , a r $75.00 Sew ing M achine. ......."...n........... . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

5A. FElqyWOO SQ~tIA MONAAFIA NOVEMBER - 11 12 IV, No.N30 Sunty Commissoners. IHave Very Hot Session Regular Session Monday, Nove. ber h-i-Make Set. cn1Sent With Daniels County-Pay Mrs. Cal Petrs Cut Woges of .Deputies and Clerk-AIow Currentls. RI. ATKIN PRESENT AFTEr LONONG ILLNESS ,fe Board of County (Jommission net Monday in regular monthly n and had what might be ed a "hot time." It can't be said many people were very happy r the results, uiless it be Clerk of ert Carl Peterson, wvho succeeded getting his wife's salary claim al Sed in spite of the protest of Coun Commissioner Jens Ibsen--for the. ble has taken place: the salary the clerks and deputies have been ed and the said deputies and feel as happy as the railroad rkets. But no doubt they will be ndled to their lot in a day or Te entire Board of Commissioners present, viz., Chairman R. G. lr, Jens Ibsen and Jud Matkins. The Board of County Commis started the ball rolling by' with Public Examiner Lyn and the B. ard of County ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

o-I- Rl PROCEDEI On-motion, the following claimb were allowed and warrants ordered drawn, therefore by the + Jos. F. Dolhi, bonds and pub lishing notice ........:------ ............. $ 2.25 Jos. F. Dolin, quit claim deed book (disallowed $7.00). ...-.. 584d0 J. D. Matkin, expense trip to Mps. .....------........ 117.16 John C. O'Grady, inspecting scales ........ ---- ......16.90 J. F. Madden, Sept. salary, clerk on tax books ---------- 73.3381 : J. J. McIntosh, livery with dep. assessor ..--------------.... 4740 W. Grant Hoage, services as accountant (assigned to A. T. I Vollum) ..--------------- 1000.50 M.. S. Nelson, per diem and . mileage ----- ............. 27.40 1 0:. A. Aspelund, mileage and [ exp. reclassifying lands ..........----- 47.35 A. Rueber, livery with W. Grant Hoage ------- .----- 15.00 SA. T. Vollum, livery with W. Grant Hoage -.----------------------........- 33.90 1 A. T. Vollum, exp. assisting Co. Atty. ................------------- 40.87 1 Chas. Owens, 1 days s...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

N CHIEFS CAN`iL AGREETOUO UhIU '-OURWASHINGTON IETTER. eatened Cuts its Wages and Changes in Working Conditions to© e Arbitrated by Board-Supreme Court Refuses to Review Townley Cse Without Explanation--Mellon's Ruling Allows Generous AmoAnts of Medicinal Beer and Wine-Senate De termined to Repeal Excess Profits Tax-Edison Declares That Only 2 Per Cent Undenstand. -{hgton, iD C.---romnise of the exs ecuti-es to abide by' the e.x1- of the government Labor was considered sufficient in r view of all factors by the leaders for calling off the strike euled for OctoLer 30. ecut in wages on July 1, 1921, edde utlY accepted as inevitable by ~entl and many groups including men are agitating to have this redected in lower rates to the c. threat of a further reduction of r ent and the many. questions o0rk regulations are left pending ore the Labor Board, and the announces that it will not be to get to the wage controversy on th isi as in the threatened strike in 1919, the rank and of the union...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

THE PRODUCERS NEWS '.-'., OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER -LO-IPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18. 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood. Montana, Unde r the Act of March ?,. 1S7W. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1921 Notice of Stockholders Meeting. The adjourned Annual Meeting of the Peoples :: Publishing Company will occur in Plentywood, next * Saturday, November 19th. It is very much desired * that all of the stockholders attend in order that there may be a quorum present, in order that a Board of Di- * rectors may be elected, and other business ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

~L::· ·:: :i· -e~ili~ : ; i r;: -* .. ,1 and garold B ne day othis ND., onday of tis w.ie, 'ill visit friends there. .d rs. Roy Meadors and lit r. Utoed over to Dooley ..last syhere they visited relatives. Fadness w as a business vis Pret . oon . rom his ranch on -.tion last week. nd dance this fall at Arch h ld last Saturday. Several 0toreid out from Plentywood. A flly time . 'as reported. the any Outlook visitors eng this week were Mr. and ent Grant and Kenneth Hines. Martin Holtan, A. J. A. [es5rsM Tobiason and Nels Olson, e Outlook country were Plen visitors on Wednesday of week. * ,ted--Strictly fresh eggs--40c ,tOen paid. Plentywood Bakery -e "a 29-ti ~rcery. , , tor Anker, prominent farmer of Stlook country. hauled in a load eaet to the Plentywood ,Flour tohave ground into flour. I1OPRA CTIC THE SCIENCE OF VAL ADJUSTMENT . LEONARD BUDDE Chiropractor LELAND HOTEL PLENTYWOQD NO CHARGE FOR CONSUL TATION the fs-~ past ý thisL wotrk t on Tiuesay of this week Brig your satdly frae ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

sllptCodap Cough Haginag On? DVOU will be convinced that Dr. £ King's New Discovery dobs just -what it is meant to do-soothes cough. raw throats, congestion-tormented chests, loosens the phlegm pack and breaks the obstinate cold and grippe attack, ri!ieves the congestion in the head. No harmful drugs, therefore good for. children as well as grownups. Right away you will notice the change for the better. Has a con vincing, healing taste that you will appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug gists on the way home to-night, 60c. Dr. Kin 's New Discov For Colds and Coughs Lazy People, Lazy Bowels. Don't neglect constipation. It undermines the health, takes all vim out of you. Dr. King's Pills will invigorate the system, stir up the liver, move the bowels. All druggists, 25c PROMPT! WON'T RIPE Dr. Kin s Pills m.* ,. ,,u . BACHEULO TAX TESTr TO BE DECIDED SOON BY SUPREME COURT Constitutionality of Singling Out Un- I wed Men Under Flathead Attack. Helena, Nov. 3.-The constitution ality of the ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

_. g Items. from Our and Staff Write s ANTELOPE ' Plentywood was "a tor here the first of the - Welfare Societ. met at thel ¶V school ro'om Wednesdia af£i Ja sl ne' t meeting willi bhe ldi , the neo; s. O. B. HIoven's home oficerCS will be elected the cBare .ne a trip into North g ar .ines the last of the ota on " Cark anal 1. F. Leland left for E th three car loads of cattle I o ' ., eek. ridaY O . j-o f the northeast arold L ar.s in; little city Friday ntrY to 5 -,ne business affairs. jng .te Jn *. Courtney made a Ytn. s -ection of the rural n Sal t.ia '1(nd Monday with eSatur a der Stone. ~ier on of TRolla, N. D., was e1 n o),usineSs affairs here urdaay ,r mim. Gottlieb drove the Da ponoske home near Dooley ofnnothe of Medicine Lake up Friday evening after his who spent Sunday at her large iunber of Antelope folks .n the lance at Medicine Lake i ta Slette of Culbertson spent Week end visiting her brother Sof this place. er Kee of Plentywood was siness caller' here the first part ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 November 1921

. . .... ,. =. ;-; . .....:- . ..2-i ". 4 ?!1"1. 3 '- I -'7. L; "" . m.:. ·.- .f• ·:~ :-· "< '7ý a4 4t .ý- ir:''i . ...tT i, i.+ t . Fi is ' » . :,11jr 'L-.... * i N em her.19 SATURDAY "- AT ~"r o"10 lST RDA NO EMBER26 . . ... E .NS 3 . . ri.+ iiii SAT.'U-ýD-A, S n't.fn confuse this event with the ordinary saeor this ispositively the Greatest Stockof good mer , , dBaiie ever placed on sale in this city. It is far reaching in importance qnd: means a chance to Ssave for every man, woman and child in this viinity. The prices quoted here will give you only an inea of what savings are made psibe this s:re. A visit will prove that cold type fails to describe his wanton price destruction. Read---realize your dollar's.orth. Lenox Soap SUGAR Dr. Price's Baking Chase & Sanbo Lenox Soap Thiry Bars 10 lbs. for - 75c Powder Coffee S' $ 125 lbs. for - - $1.85 1 12-oz. can - 19c 1-b. caSeal brand, £ Only One Sale to Each 5 cans for - - 90c -lb. can for - - $210 Store Closed All Day Friday t...

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