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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 December 1921

1 t tý 4 } *e A r. -... ~~ 4 ** ~ -.· 00 ta gapa eA IO SHO SHP The; NE T O R Q H R K R "I-.-~ ...: ...... LOCAL i iN SEriekson returned om Fad Thoraday. e Oscar Mattson were gymond Wednesday. wGrady was in from the d Baymond yesterday. ,oa was in the county, eat $efMnm near Antelope th lat t.of last week. w-Car Load of Oaidemst SIsrwionm & Co., Inc. 23-tf. ,Frbaugh was in .attai"g" i Tuesday from his fari nymond. * Handrickson of Antelope was hs caller in Plentywood Wed id Irs. A. N. Oswald of east -were shopping in town larlison, merchant of Outlook, -kinng after business in the s eat the first of the week. Christensen was up to Red Monday and .Tuesday attending * * * * Helland has been on th sick the past three week, but is to be up and around. Collins was in Medicine official business Tuesday 1lavon is back at his office at to business after being laid rheumatism for some time. ('ristmas program of the Con i Sunday school will be held durch on the evening of Fri 23rd. 34-3t L...

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. — 2 December 1921

H RDWARE, FURNITUREfi ADU FURN ITURE, of all the gifts you might choose, brings to every member of the family a greater r easure of pleasure and. serivice than any other. - stock of Furniture for every room in the house, Rugs, Bedding and .:Music is most complete. We invite you to look over our stock. R NITU RE. iAND, hM U.S.IC TIh¬ Dle t Gifts ,Genuine All Brunswick Spanish Leather Aeolian -Vocalion Rockers Phonographs Ranging from H Most complete stock " 5.O Rolls, Records To and Sheet Music ii 0 In Eastern Montana. I - " w " Come in and see.them. Give ather this Big Easy Chair for Christmas. Music for every home is possible when lead : Give Father this Big Easy Chair for Christmas. Or perhaps you have a different style in mind. If ing makes of Phonographs may be bought as reas ". "so.you will surely find it here. onably as we have priced our stocks. Sur StoreIsLaded With ifs .n i sm--- ..' --- . . .... .' " FROID FARMER HAS BAD ACCIDENT Froid Tribune: Severine Ike a "art.er of th...

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. — 2 December 1921

ROUNDUP I Items from Our and Staff Writers FROID . Steitzler spent Monday ev t ainville on business mat roid lodge of Odd Fellows are rng buying a piano for use" in petm rcon of the First" Na spent Monday -afternoon . and sp a in 1lle. Sullian returned Wed . fm afew days visit with Sro paarents at Brockton. pkselJ.ely. of the Froid school s spe nding her vacation with ,r at Williston. ipsle sGs Gladys and Alma Am sisterof Mrs. Fred Gangsad, isday for tlheir home at l-ne S son, cashier of the First Bank of McCabe, .was a r h ednesday. rnde Mers. W. W. Janke spent ding with the Van Vorous at Homestead. tbet Cummings of Wyocena, arrived here this week for a at the home of his daughter, f C. Scott. Sement has been launched to having a community Christmas and program this year. Jackson of Eequim, Wash., ta few days in town this week areturn trip from Michigan where fet to attend the funeral of his er Strandiund went to Outlook esday to attend a sale of. pure Holstein cattle. Elmer believ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 December 1921

i ,ter sr-s JNOonutunChogi'c n emano i orf eanta Claus thlese days. Most likely.t requests are for-T'OYS. TOYS a rd MORE TOYS. We can spplyall ofthe youngster's demads andsave you 7' COM"-PLETE OIfNE ( TOYS" FOR BOYS AND. G NOW ON DISPLAY; < .DI SPLAY. BRING IN THE FELLOWS- LET THEM OVER. Christmas Cards, Station , Toilet Articles, Cut Glass, Ladies' Hand Bags, Manicure Sets,a Perfume-Bottles, Choice Perfume and Toilet Waters, Shaving Sets, Si y Razors, Smoking Sets; Fountain ere e h for father. .al b. ""re h Set;, Fountain Pens, BooYke. Pictun e O,'Faucy S Baskets, Cedar Pricests , Jewelryi, aenda Choice iaie of Pipes Which Will Make EXcees. tifts SCH ERIST AS RE ORNAMENTS" 7 We are aso shwing a oice and excluse line of Christmas Tree Ornaments and Decorations' a Candles. Also. a compile and 7 , , 7 choice variety of bulk can..dieand:.nuts, and also exquisitely boxed Sa nta Claus is making -is head- Choeolat for . W best girls.-: "re are also e% ially boxted cigars quarters at M...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 December 1921

Vo.IV N. 35 D1t Fo. Lfr NYWOOD" SHERID t MONTANA, FRIDAY, DEC r ,;1921Nd~*~~ 3I , Ga Givens Sme- Saus AsCndNew eZealanadAutli Sinn Feiri Swears Allegiance to Crown; Ulster Can Come In or Stay Out; King Is Pleased---Century Old Quarrel Is Ended By Signing of British-Irish Treaty. PACT SUBJECT TO RATIFICATION BY PARLIAMENT London, Dec. 7.-(By the Associated Press).-i1he cen turies-old quarrel between England and Irpland was ended, as had been fervently hoped, in the ,small hous f Tuesday morning1 by the , gnature in the premier's cabinet- rte f "a treaty be tween Great Britain and IDeland," r s; giv ing Ireland the title of Irish Free State a i ? constitution al status as Canada, Australia, and other ons The question of allegiance, which" up to the last ,moment threatened to wreck the negotiations, was sur niounted by permitting the members of the Irish parliament to swear al legiance to the constitution of the Irish Free State and "be faithful to his majesty the king." Subject to Rat...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 December 1921

Page Two bTIE PRODUCE AND DO YOUR ANID SAVE MONEY WE HAVE A WEMPHAVE AA BIG VARIETY COMPLETE OF STOCK OF USEFUL Holiday USEFUL PRESENTS Gitts At Reasonably _ For MEN, t RWomen LOW PRICES and Children List of List of List of Gifts For Gifts For Gifts For Women Children Men and Boys SILK HIOSE FANCY NECK WEAR HIANDKERCHIEFS FANCY HIANDKERCHIEFS SILK HOSE HAND BAGS KNIT CAPS OVERCOAT, SCARFS BOSTON SHOPPING BAGS BOYS AND GIRLS FIANCYKGARTERS SILK UNDERWEAR SWEATERS ARM BANDS SWEATERS AYBLT WOOL SCARFSWOOL AND COTON HOSEFACBET WOOL CARFSSUSPENDERS BATH ROBE BLANKETS MIllS, GLOVES DRESS SHIRTS BED ROOM SLIPPERS CAPS, TI WOOL SHIRTS FANCY DRESSER SCARFSCODRYSIT MANCUE STSBELTS CAPS, GLOVES, MITEENS MAIVOYURESSN COBSCADIS SWEATERS IVOR DRESINGCOMB CANIESLEATHER GOLF COATS CH1INA DISHES, ETC. NUTS SMOKING JACKETS Special Bargains in D~ry Goods; Shoes and Groceries All This Month We are making Dooley the best little town in Montana to do your trading. One visit to our store will convince you...

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. — 9 December 1921

Yuled Appoce And Everyone Is, Thinking of Christmas Shop ping. When you think of Christinas shopping, think of the PLENTY WOOD DRUG S TORE, and pay us a call on your tour. Christmas Headquarters For BOOKS, TOYS, CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS AND TRIMMINGS, CANDLES, CHRISTMAS BELLS, CARDS. STATIONERY, CUT GLASS, JEWELRY, DRESSER TRAYS, MANICURE SETS AND PIECES, SHAVING MVIUGS AND SETS, SMOKING STANDS AND SETS, DOLLS, PICTURES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS, AND DELICIOUS CANDIES, IN BOX OR IN BULK, AT PRICES IN HARMONY WITH THE QUALITY OF THE ITEM AND THE TIMES IN WHICH WE LIVE. Call on Us Before You Make Up Your Mind EDISON KODAKS EDISON DRf11R EASTMAN KODAKS PHONOGRAPH AND SUPPLIES AND RECORDS PLENTY WOOD, MONTANA " ALL PRICES WTH THE WORLD WAR Wy ElERANS We the World War Veterans, an organization of class conscious ex service men of the World War, are trying to perfect our organization within this state. In consideration of the fact that 95 per cent of our members are workers...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 December 1921

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPLE. O? THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE P0OPL3 Continuing the OUTLOOK PXOlitWTER f JPLES PUBLISHING COMPAWYfTY 'UBES Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at he Post office at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3 1879:. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager Foreign" AertP~~ RIi Iv t £ ' THE AMERICAN PRESS AS OITION 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, DECEMBER 9, 1921 THEY ALL READ THE PRODUCERS NEWS fo The following article appearing in Culbertson's kept paper, the per sonal organ of the gang and Von Hindie Weinrich, finally admits a fact that that paper and other of the gang rags have denied for a long time and that s is: "Many people read the Producers News who read no other paper." Yes, and there is a. reason...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 December 1921

LOCAL NEWS banker of RedsoIe, was 8o'+isitr there Tuesday. orMedicine . Lake sb caller in the county ay * * * Flaxville was look iss in the county seat *jltan of the Outlook pre attending to business in at Mondaye Mrs. Hans Agaard of the *o inct were shopping in PTuesday. - S s Grce Harderson of the Arch went to the Outlook hos esday afternoon. e Canpe. Wyoming, Die ostion at lly Plen attendiing to busi gee to0 f.W (lays last 1;( h;usine$sS x~s 1ý'agf' Arai VWeefl0daQ the cou;- } Cal ovliad, Clair Ston Dr Sel of Outlook were callers at the court house in Tuesday* n Mrs. Englund oZ the Fort gauch, Canada, spent Sun the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. * * * gno;e of the Outlook coun has been on the sick list for month, is improving rapidly aw Lp nntl around again. Devee of honor will have an jblic card party December the Degree of Honor- hal is invited to come. g(rgaret O'Grady, who is a school near Dagmar, came y to visit her parents rMs. O'Grady accompa to Dagmar Sunday. ( istmas program of...

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. — 9 December 1921

Anuouncenient We hereby announce that we have moved from our old place of business to the Tanner & Best building, which has been remodeled, improved, painted and varnished, and fitted out completely with new fixtures and cases, which enables us to show our complete and attractive stock, to our host of cus tomers in a more pleasant and effective manner than ever. While we are now in confusion as the result of moving and putting the goods and wares on the shelves in our new home, yet we can show g'oods quite effectively by the first of. the week. Christmas Shopping The time between now and Christmas . shortens-the stocks are being picked over; you should shop early and avoid the rush-we invite you to call upon us. Special Pre-Christmas Sale Watch this paper for page ad next week announcing our slashing preXmas sale, which will be a hummer from start to finish. Prices will be slashed to the quick on brand new goods just arrived from the east-Prepare then to supply your Holi day and...

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. — 9 December 1921

ROUNDUP Items from Our and Staff Writers coiTOWN Mc~owan was shopping in f Bill Corcoran, John ldy, eaard, Erick Olson F. Oson took home big 0 ca from the Beaver Mine Y2~ use was inl town .on N at " i \ife were shop ioaSaturilaY. sack iwoturking for Walter rs. Ivor Johnson were in and on }usmjness Saturday. Stad n wcas business visitor Stran th>r :ttcr part of the ertowfl O an ife. Ezra Mc Owena ams. Paul Mack and encon oftnded the dance Fev Friday nglht Jere wp> shoppmig- in town Rebo was a business visitor vjllage Saturday.x Strand going right along * new school house and will ye it opte1 Myers was in on business Sat Roach, Dan McCall and Bert .ent to Beaver Mine Mon black diamonds. Hooper v as seen on our Saturday. o Hanson ~a` in on business (Too late for last week) yin Torgeson went to the mine Friday. p Foster and Jake Ehrman called on Mrs. Herb Phinney John Serles called on Mr. 'and ,has. Mlaxham Friday. Fuhs is working for U. G. Dose. S Strand butchered a hog Fri siste...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 December 1921

SO - NoDoubt 'your yongst.r l making known his or her demands of Santa Claus these days. Most likelye requests are. for-TOYS, TOYS and MVORE TOYS. We can supply all of the youngster's demands and save y money. / COMPLETE LUNE OF TOYS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS NOW ON DISPLAY, : DISPL.AY. BRING IN THE LITiLE IFEULWS AND LET THEM OVER. Christmas Cards, 4tatipnery, Ivory Toilet Articles, Cut Glass, Ladies' Hand Bags, Mamnicre Sets, Perfume Bottles, Choice Perfume and Toilt Waters, Shaving Sets, Safety Razors, Smoking Sets, Fountain Sets, Fountain Pens, Books, Pictures, Fancy Baskets, Cedar Chests, . Jewelry, and a Choice L2ine of Pipes Which Will Make Excellent Gifts for father. CHRLITTMA TREE ORNAMENTS We~ are also showing a choice and exclusive line- of Christmas Tree . Ornaments arid Decoration and Candles. Also a complete and. choice variety Qf bulk candies and nuts, and also exquisitely boxed 'anta Claus is ivakin hi& head Chocolates for the best girls. There are also especially boxed...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 December 1921

·* `wS ' , } ý i L ." , ' z. ``ý Y F i I Z } '}A ..{wý 2fi.w ý7 E ,4' `I - w , : jF '- - . ir 1r ,7 1 N o. 36. JIM: 4t Mn ý AY r' Eý r jý$ w y" +ý_ ý ; ý ý r-aIT a'ý %" r"z i iý'rFý° LBVeiseker In HelemaT . ; Must OpeO B Jan, y_4 e Sheridan Comnty State Iji closed its do"rs a year may open. Sdepedupon the deciion :of sgoitapa State Banking- -Io i1 tBeiseker ad his son-in-law,. A. ,etcher, were in Helena the latter t f last week hnd. the first p-rit tis and made application to. 1., B te anking hoard for its piei, x st to open the bank. and for te .i~sal of the receivers, placing hi. that board the plans forthe f . of the bank, and the fiania - for the re-opening of the-l _institution. An attoney from, __eapolis, representing theM.inue Ioan & Trust Company wa in with Mr. Beiseker, id dis the relationship of the e in Lo& an Trust Company y .h sed opening. is reported that all parties: e he ped east, having at the St e State Banking Board, to present their entire plar- and in wr...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 December 1921

aOrS fOOS (dfaSt No Doubt your youngster is making known his'or her demands of Santa Claus these days. Most likely the requests are for--TOYS, TOYS and MORE TOYS. We can supply all of the youngster's demands and save you money. COMPLETE LINE OF TOYS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS NOW ON DISPLAY, DISPLAY. BRING IN THE LITTLE FELLOWS AND LET THEM OVER. GIFT SUGGESTIONS , SChristmas Cards, Stationery, Ivory Toilet Articles, Cut Glass, Ladies' Hand Bags, Manicure Sets, Perfume Bottles, Choice Perfume and Toilet Waters, Shaving Sets, Safety Razors, Smoking Sets, Fountain Set;, Fountain Pens, Books, Pictures, Fancy Baskets, Cedar .Chests, Jewelry, and a Choice Line of Pipes Which Will Make Excellent CGifts for father. CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS. We. are also showing a. choice and exclusive line of Christmas Tree Ornaments and Decorations, and Candles. Also a complete and choice variety of bulk candies and nuts, and also exquisitely boxed Santa Claus is making his head- Chocolates for the best girls. Th...

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. — 16 December 1921

- n . ,. Ch istmas Headquarters For , i " - p R h STO"S, CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMNTS AND TRIMMINGSC C SHRS, CA-!RISTTMAS BELLS, CARDS,, STATIONERY, CUT GLASS, D, RESSE:R TRAYS, MANICURE SETS AND PIECES, SHAVING G, ;D SET~ , S MOKING -STANDS AND SETS, DOLLS, PICTURES, pp, FURY~ TOILET ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS, AND DELICIOUS CANC IS, iN BOX OR IN BULK, AT PRICES IN HARMONY WITH THE QU.y. TY OF THE ITEM AND THE TIMES IN WHICH WE LIVE. Call on Us Before You Make Up Your Mind. * EDISON KODAKS AND EASTMAN KODAKS VICTOR AND SUPBLIES .D. . j r r MSWlOOD MONTANA , s Congress Should Revive Gov .lat qmme Co~orpumfi (Continued from page Two) -rative Minneapolis Tribune refer toas finding that "the use of. concert id propaganda is much cheaper than paying $2 or $3 for wheat,. " have I dosed the public mind to the present world shortage of wheat. Russia has been out of the market since the war, ad on the other hand is buying large gpantities from us. We have already zhausted our exportable surplus and h...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 December 1921

Ar t t -- Pr tW_ . - N.. -, ' S.OPLES PUBIJSEING (i MAY P Enterel as Second Class Mitteri Oc ibet 1 at t9 2, a th- : ofice t Ple rity* od, M ontana, UA der Lthe 1TA R, "rchas, 1SC a CHARLES ETAYOR, Editor ahr / FordiguAdvertiaiag r pr tu~metati I [THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms, are at k Ini a ertised, and .we will. take it as a favor if aty ter wi# l die promptly should they have occasiga to doubt or quL.tio the re ability of any firm which, patronizes our" advertisfng :columns.: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921 D ARMAMENT IS NOT ENOUGH t (From "The Nation") James Simpson, partner with John G Shedd in complete ownership of t e great Chicago house of Marshall Field and Company, returns to Ameri a reporting-that Europe is in a state of "financial and economic chaos" and hat unless something, is done promptly to avert the disaster, which ap Froaches with constantly increasing rapidity, it will spread from one oountry to another until we are all invol...

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. — 16 December 1921

S0C AL "-of the Outlook precinct d. business here Tues t_,u e of Homestead was ter business matters c . . * york of the Welliver precinct r business here Tues Aelle ofantelope was trans in the county seat I bUsines " v. * * * Ira Jackson of Dooley was and visitinf friends in this ay. , * Miadson of the Raymond pre ri the county seat Wednes din. to buriness. ,n hal')ey Seaberg of the ben n ere looking after ] ioi . ou' :2.nty seat Tuesday. . ton ant? Orvil Bantz of . -io.t autoed over to r Supt V n.. Moc rnd Steno .-. .t ; , n made a bu i ;' to aVV Monday B Jensen. manager of the :n store at Redstone, was a visitor Wednoday. D. Beigh of the Raymond coun Slooking after business in the seat the first of the week. E Fulkerson, cashier of the State Bank of Medicine was a Plentywood caller Tuesa -krist'" S nrogram of the Con Sunldla sc'htl will be held chuh on the evening of Pri Zrde . * * 34-3t Weiss, proprietor of the Plen Bakery and Mercantile Store, dig a warehouse behind his slding t...

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. — 16 December 1921

FARMR BLO TO,. PsU TRUTH IN A RICB1"JNCOGILS Wool Lrowers Claim More Shoddy ant ,'Virgin Wool Producod in JJ iite Y'State& Chicago, Dec. 14th.-More . shoddy than virgin wool is produced in the I United States, according to statement of J. B. Wilson, Secretary of the Na tional Sheep and Wool Bureath of America, with offices at Chicago. Mr. Wilson says that no shoddy in clothidg is sold as shoddy, but it is sold under the same name as Virgin Wool, firoviding the opportunity and inducement for manufacturers and inducement for manufacturers and t distributors to sell shoddy as Virgin Wool in cloth and clothes. The Capper-French "Truth in Fab-. ric" bill puts a' stop to this practice . by making it compulsory to identify i shoddy. Senator Capper, one of the leaders of the Farm Bloc in congress, said i thnt there are various pieces of leg-ia islation in which the Agricultural Bloc is directly interested, but that there is probably none more import ant than the "Truth in Fabric" bill, ...

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. — 16 December 1921

ROUNR t moaStaff W r'it. ANTELOPE a one of the prosperous of the northeast country, de of e a little vacation from oa bachelor life and left for d oe at Grand Forks, N. I)., ld houe an to spend the balance a he r' Jack Rengingil will a t~e Wthe home place.. tMorck left for Willist.n on li Sonday afternoon train, where he v Ieet Mrs. Morck and Gerald, who t; eet inf."rom their vimst. to .t.°t.R bson of the . Libby t hecmpap- was a business call- ' nday. Ibb andquist, one of Ante- a fori er teachers, spent the week ( ie gounest Mr. and Mrs. J. i. c ,theiss undquist is teaica"g g cobev. this winter. j Lauritsen of the nort'ieat c Swa is, the city Monday, at- I "to some business matters and * g a little early Christmas shop- g ss Clark lost two cattle the last I the eek. Mr. Clark says their was caused by eating weed seed i in the straw piles. Some kinds these seeds seem to cause an upset the entire digestive system. Richard Grayson made a trip to county seat on business Tue4day meeting...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 December 1921

I I111 ..IIIll Iinia.29 -A _ v+r: fi . .... . .. .m or masomov in aa . Opportunity Knocks At The Right Time. Everything Going At Ieduced Prices. Now is the time to visitktolhiman's Merchandizing Mart, just before Christinas, during these hard and trying times, when a dime dime, when the little hopes of thecbildren cannot be forgotten, even tho the future is sombre and money is scarce. We are mn Sreal price reductions at a time when cutprices mean something--at just the time you have to buy--for Christmas comes but once ay As we promised last week,weare putting on a price cutting sale, in the way of a grand opening gale in our new home, the old Ta We are now At Home to or customers, the big stock is on the shelves n4 we are prepared to attend to your needs in much better manner than ever b Weminvite out of town shoppers to call when in the city and make our store their headquarters. Don't forget this Pre-Christmas Price Ctting Sale. And it is to yoar interest to do your hopping where...

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