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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 September 1922

sugar-coated. gum delights young and old. . It "melts in your mouth" and the gum in the center remains to aid digestion, brighten teeth and soothe mouth and throat. There are t xe other WRIGLEY friends to choose from, too: _b OODWINKED TiE GREAT J. P. Two Impecunious Reportere Se. cured Neat Sum From the "KIng of Wall Street." The late J. P. Morgan, with all bla vIal shrewdness, often was hood d. Art dealers were not the only who found him an easy mark. J. had a heart larger than his head. e most financiers, he was not al unmoved by a tale of woe ether that tale was genuine or bo I have just received a new Mor anecdote illustrative of this, and tive, also, of the fact that the ons banker could enjoy a joke en he was the victim. Two news r reporters desperately hard up Srelprters sometimes have been wn to be) made a touching plea for tribution for a new church which 0ry group of colored peo)le were xxxx BUTTER The dairy in-. dustry of this country is a half. billion -dollar enterpris...

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. — 8 September 1922

Two Great TreVaiues for the Light Car Owner X T'HEN you note the prices quoted below oni 30x 3½ VV inch ROYAL CORDand USCO Tires -bearimf mind that while the price has been going down, the quality has been going up. The New and Better USCO is bigger, with thicker tread and sidewalls, more rubber, better traction, greater mileage. The ROYAL CORD is more than ever confirmed in its leadership as the measure of automobile tire values. Royal FABRIC SIZES Cord Nobby Chain Usco Plain 30x3 C - $12.55 $11.40 $9.75 $9.25 30x3/ " $14.65 15.60 13.00 10.65 31x4 " - 23.00 21k.35 18.65 - 30 x 3% SS 14.65 - - " 32 x 3" 22.95 20.45 16.90 15.70 31x4 " 26.45 - --" 32x4 " 29.15 24.35 22.45 20.85 33x4 " 30.05 25.55 2).65 21.95 s 34x4 " 30..85 26.05 24.15 22.40 32x4 " 3?.70 31.95 30.05 " 33x4 " 38.55 33.00 31.05 34x4 " 39.50 34.00 32.05 35 x4% " 40.70 35.65 33355 36x4% " 41.55 36.15 34.00 33x5 " 46.95 - 35x5 " 49.30 43.20 39.30 37x5 " 51.85 45.75 41. 0 FPdal Exctise Tax on the aboUe hahea abaorbed by the...

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. — 8 September 1922

pvCAL NVEWS --,nd of Homestead was : lapmlmbiness Tuesaay. er ca!'r in on busi rf i e .ayraond country from S apointed Justice 0 the Redstonc Judicl Dis le of the et Tuesda d Ce ,n appointed eof theLetn Judicial. dis .Colins rk the country ell Co, 1 , g after the gOf hi cr-, g ad son . Cc;nertown us ing caller, in Plentywood business * * * fNelson f Resc-,Oe drove in Ncount capito! o. . business ay. , * * .estphal was in from thel sprecin TuesdaY to get some er's repairS. hueber has purchased the Ford formerly owne, iy bliss Eva or Schnittgen from Raymond sisitor in the county capitol y. , , * Mclntosh is looking after the s eed loans and notes of the loan. erie Froslan of Flaxville stay might in the county capitol 1y., * ! Sherry of Redstone came in on Thursday to (do some shop d visit wit' friends. Thompson of Bainville is here of the Great Northern Rail He arrived Monday. t Thompson, formerly of Ray arrived Saturda:' from Iowa, lie has been for the past sev Qonths. * * he County ...

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. — 8 September 1922

Old folks' feet require unusually comfortable foot-, wear- shoes thatdo not pretend to be up to date in style but are built to give the foot ample freedom of move ment. ^ ~B Our experience in fitting ePderly people has guided our pur chases of stock and we are therefore exceptionally well qualified and equip ped to serve that class of trade. Wehaveawide range of such . shoes as most old folks prefer and are care ful in fitting them. WE FIT: Your Feet - Your Taste - Your Purse with Rubber Heels,at $390 at - - * This shoe originally sold from $.500 to $6.00 Ladies' Dress Shoes98C at C while they last. Sold-for ** L$8.00 and up. Men's Work Shoe, 1.98 Outingbell,- - Solid Leather: a bargain. Boys' School Suits with extra $ r $. ~ r9 trousers, all sizes, per suit,.from - tO 9.50 We fill Where Mail ran i Your Orders Dollar Ioes its t l, PLENTYWOOD, MONT. DUTY nnmon CU. .aaDorg ana wite to ,ec. .St. M. Lake, warranty deed, NE 1-4, 10-X2-56. A. E. McGahey- to Fred W. Grawe, warranty deed, l...

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. — 15 September 1922

WEILSI TPRO DUC NEWS A PAPER, OF THE PEOPLE, FOR .HE PEOPLE, BY THE Volume V, No.23 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922 ne Oud Pooter. ShopwenVote.To End Strike eli Fnrikof I. S. Raikoads Walkout to Cotinue on Other Lines--Men Return at Present Pay, According to Statement Given Out After Meeting of Unicn's Policy Committee; Back "In Position of the Class" They Held When Strike Started. ONE-FOURTH OF RAILROADS AGREE WITH LABOR Rest of Railroads Expected to Make Agreement With EM ployes-Great Northern Railway Is Not Listed -Among Those Settling with the Strikers. ChicaO, Sept. 13.-An agreement to enhid tl slihmen's strike on virtual tvonentlfoutith ci the country's 202 la one1 raiulwai was voted today by rhoricafts gen~eal conference com mTle of tnirtds actually involved in the negotiation: was not made pub lic, when the areement was given oit an so far as knowxn late tonight none of them hal yet signed the peace pt was saiid that the strike would be conti...

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. — 15 September 1922

I THE. PRODUCERS NEWS PAPL OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR TTHE PEOPLg Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER - OPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY. PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter. October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plcntywood, Montana, Unde, the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES . F. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. _ Foreilin Advertising Representativ TI ErAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ' Quack, fraudulent and ii responsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as'a faivor if any reader will ad'is us promptly should the.- have occasion to doubt or quP'.tion the . liability of any firm which patronizes our aivcvtising coirmes FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922 SE N. ANDERSON THANKS SUPPORTERS in a letter to the Producers News, Sen. Andc son of Sidney, asks this paper to publicly thank those since favmers and workers of the state of Montana, and those of Northeastern Montana in particular, for the splendid support given to him at the recent primaries. Where Sen. Anderson was known, was...

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. — 15 September 1922

. LIVIRWAACT QUICK' (HC COME TO OUR FIRST BI. AWLE L OPENING. SA LE .....iulni illI FOR12 1O22 IHhiIiIiIhbm,... WHERE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION. OURBUYER,L.R.KELLY,HASJUST SST VAUED F OMBTHEASRNMARKETS, WHERE HE SPENT SEVERAL WEEKS BARGAIN HUNTING. HE LEFT NO STONE UNTURNED IN SECURING EA BEST VALUES OBTAINABLE FROM WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS. WE ARE NOW READY WITH ONE OF THE FINEST S1 ( Gi '.. CEOERCHANDISE IN MONTAEA TO SUPPLY YOUR EVERY NEED. SO GATHER UP YOUR PENNIES, NICKLES, DIMES, QUARTERS A X)LLARS ORD FOR A SINGLE STATEMENT VENT. IT WILL PAY. YOU TO COME 100 MILES, THE SAVINGS ARE SO GREAT. . THE GOODS AND PRICES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. BE YOUR OWN JUDGE. THIS SALE TAR Saturday orning Sept 16 and Ends Saturday Ni nV V IA 1WUIII VT   w /Yw HOSIERY PRICFS NOTIO PRCE V Childre'sRibe d blac Rad These Prices. They Tell The Whdle Stoy P,,oa~hrdL1. e ie .eeeSCotton Hose, sizes 5 to T e 61 2'tovr. y;;~ SPECIAlS FO PNN A 'SATUlRBA...

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. — 15 September 1922

Elgin Cafe - A good clean place to Eat. We want your business and try to please Everyone. We serve only the best of eat ables all the time. Next Door to Leland Hotel 4 / Popesku Bros., Proprietors Plentywood - Montana MONTANA SUPPLIES Hardware, Plumbing, Heating, Electric and Sewer Construction Auto Accessories, Pumps, Eve Trough., Threshers Supplies, Belts, Oils, Paints, Stove Repairs of All Kinds. TIN SHOP VN CONNECTION. A. J. Garneau, Prop.PIen Itood Cents 36 Cents Ship us your Cream Twenty Four Hour Service On Cans and Check TRY US TODAY STEPHENS-FULLER PRODUCE CO. Great Falls, Montana Washington FR UIT Get It Fresher and For Less Money! Apples, - $2.25 Crabapplesbig box, 2.00 Pears, - - 2.25 Plums, - 1.00 Car OnTeainTrack'Near Depot PLENTYWOOD, MONT. Don't Miss This Opportunity To Get Your CANNING FRUIT Y, TUESDAY a WEDNESDAY ;,ý a ýý' u t 1 r,.Iý WAfHINGTONLETTER W' aconsin Endoruses LaFollette By Over 060,00 , ajority ote. Washiug on, D. r.-T1 nendous majorities piled up by t...

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. — 15 September 1922

OF SPECIAL PRIVILEGES IS ENDING IN MONTANA; RNOR DIXON CALLS ON PEOPLE TO ASSERT RIGHT ORATE INTERESTS MUST JUST SHARE OF BURDEN; AR ON INDUSTRY PLANNED 7 1r v TZYVPW1U Traw-b A rr. .. . 1,1,J ILLU WI I n II'AICTINAN DA, SAYS GOVERNOR Yd REPUIhLICANS HIS TO CARRY ON FIGHT tA iPn of the finances of the state b caue chi< executive and e* Io"nan province, due to the ' v' ichine pr? r to his advent ?.i. on, adidressi!n n the Repub Si: HIeleia on Saturday after ' ho letup it the contest now wranting specibl privileges was tcapitol. Tr the fight depart," was an on amidst an outburst of ap d with him in his struggle for the benefit of the common Mh t he intended there should c. lie dii insist that corporate hare toward the upkeep of " -3 have no' been paying their d how the newspapers a' 1ai attem ptrd to poison the ed propag anda spreac from Se opport unity for the people an. ad that there should be no . control of the octopus. He * in Montana how steadfastly principles of the Republic...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 September 1922

CARL W. RIDDICK Republican Candidate for United States Senator. REPUBLICANTICKET For United States Senator: CARL W. RIDDICK. For Representative in Congress, 1st Congressional District: WASHINGTON JAY McCORMICK. For Representative in Congress, 2nd Congressional District: SCOTT W. LEAVITT. For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court: LEW L. CALLAWAY. For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court: ALBERT P. STARK. For Railroad and Public Service Commissioner: DANIEL BOYLE. For Clerk of Supreme Court: DANA M. EASTON. burdens of taxation, it would save, after the payment of Its fair share of the cost of government, an immense sum for Its stockholders and hold the pride and affection of the people among whom it must operate. "The half million people who make up the citizenship of this state are not longer content to occupy this system of vassalage. "To the Republican party of Montana is now offered a real opportunity for leadership and public service. Whenever we convince the people of this state...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 September 1922

LOCAL NEWS Stoner of the Outlook precinct -isitor in the county capitol .v. * * * * aucett of Outlook was called or Tuesday mornipg Q1 a very case. ca* * *" torkan has. novedr his garage in order that it will be more e. erson and family of Antelope the county seat Wednesday esS. t Nelson of the . Montana ,rowers pool made a trip to on Sunday. W. Anderson, Republican for sheriff of Roosevelt coun vi-itor in Plentywood. Sun * * * Stenejheni of this city it nv in the Madoc bank. He re unday to visit his family tv. oducers News printery has - rinting storage tickets al Farmers Elevators, under aw. * * * to Mr. and Mrs. Jens Gron rsday, September 14, a fine baby boy. Mother and baby ly. * * * ollins and Charles E. Tay ed Wednesday from Helena, y attended the Republican vention. * * * ansen, of Dagmar made the News a pleasant call Tues renewed his subscription to mivl iournal. plans arrived in town Thurs from Miles City and the getting a chance to see im on high. urkholder shipped a car o...

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. — 15 September 1922

The strenuous play of ren i fen veryhad oo their shoes. Only the ough leadar you ape Our stockof children's shoes is very coplete and includes the well-known standard makes and lasts for yongsters. We have made a study, too, of fitting t shoes-not only for the kiddies but for grown folks as well. And our prices are fair to all. WE. FIT: Your Feet - Your Taste - Your PNrse Men's Dress Shoes with Rubber Heels $ at - - 'I his Shoe originalljr sold from $5.00 to $6.00 Ladies' Dress Shoes at - - while they last. Sold for $8.00 and up. Men's Work Shoe, $1 Outingbell, - - * Solid Leather, a bargain. Boys' School Suits with extra $ $to . Trousers, all sizes, per Suit, from W2 Koilman Kompany We PLENTYWOOD, MONT. oTy MRS. SCOTT'S FUNERAL SATURDAY MORNING Mrs. Anna Scott, wife of Numie Scott, a respected and beloved citizen of Plentywood, whose death occurred Friday morning at one o'clock at the Sheridan County Hospital, was in Little Bankin1g Stories -- KEEPING MONEY BUSY A FRIEND OF YOURS s...

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. — 29 September 1922

..,I r 4k P a a - -IRE ;raa '':uY re: jn Plentywood Wednesday Night *cLay Phnsie r the plowing of the Lid Off From then C nty Te egury. OVER FROM THE GREAT CONGLO AiRArw Christiansen of Dagmar and Harry Loucks of Arm in Arrm With Jud Matkips --Homst ,Mr. Gunther and Honest Mr. Matkins Make Gret Team. SUJRERS' UNION" WILL PLAY ACVE PART e Simmons Elected Chief "Soup" Maker-Wjil Be Sal .ied Man and Paid By Funds Furnished By the Different Banks- Hans Dixon and R. R. Ueland Present Just to Lend Respectability to Gathering. VOW TO GET CHARLEY TAYLOR'S SCALP political amalgamation known in Sheridan county as the ty Wreckers" met in a duly call convention behind closed doors in cii chambers at the Fire Hall at ood, Wednesday night, Sep ber 27th, and in secret laid plans low the lid off the county treas on November 7th. All of the p" makers were present, includ such distinguished political wreck as Jud Matkins of Redstone and . Tyler of Homestead. The meeting a sort of a hang over from the...

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. — 29 September 1922

Elgin cafe A good clean place to Eat. , * ,We want your business and try to please Everyone. We serve only the best of eat ables all the time. . Next Door to Leland Hotel Popesku Bros., Proprietors Plentywood - Montana MONTANA SUPPLIES Hardware, Plumbing, Heating, Electric and Sewer Construction Auto Accessories, Pumps, Eve Troughs, Threshers Supplies, Belts, Oils, Paints, Stove Repairs of All Kinds. TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION. A. J. Garneau, prop. PlenMtood 13B tter fct Cents 36 Cents Ship us your Cream Twenty Four Hour Service On Cans and Check TRY US TODAY STEPHENS-FULLER PRODUCE CO. Great Falls, Montana Outlook General Hospital Owned by the Cpomnunity UNDB SUPEVISIVON OF SAMUEL FAUCE'T;,Physician and Surgeon Directed by B]st of Service and Care Graduate Nurse Rates Very Reasonable OUTLOOK, - - . - MONTANA Ji . APPETIZING MEAL that just-makes you eat it--that chases the troubles 'from your mind and makes you feel like a millieaire-.that's the kind of mea we serve. Everythiintis Clean...

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. — 29 September 1922

1-1 4. .. seat is ac t lar less for roads, bridges and educa people. . ourselves and our posterityi argues Poplar is centrally located against indreased taxation and useless geograpieally.' expenditure of the people's money. Poplar's opponents are bent on re Poplar is centrally located as moving the county seat irrespective of to population. what the penalty may be to the tax payer in the years to come: The inter A centrally located county seat est of the people is the least of their saves taxes. "Permanent county concern. seat" means PERMANENT. A Can the leopard change its spots?. permanent increase in taxes of We recall the cry of "ECONOMY" raised permanent by Wolf Point during the primaries. $1,000 for each term . of court ECONOMY in all our governmenital will be one result of moving the affairs is the only policy to pursue. In county seat. " i the primaries Wolf Point was qas strong an advocate of economy as any. How An old sage once said "Let' then reconcile reckless expenditur...

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. — 29 September 1922

tTHE itrtfit)UCERS !W vAPIL OF THE PEjQPL, BRX HJ PSOPLE. IE T PEOPLE Cotntizk * T t PRWIQIEIR - - & OPLES PURLISHING OC4MP.; Ni, PUIPJ SIIE --ntered as Second ;ass Matter, October 18, 1912, at the_ lost afiee at Plentywoodi, Montana, Unde r the Act of. Laieh 2. 18713 CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingI advertised, iand we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise is promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question. the re liability of any firm wFhih patronizes our a.vertisig columns, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 1922 'On Guard For The People" He who is afraid to take a definite stand on ever qetintf ,. political or economic, in which the people of the nationare vitally, interested is not woithy ' of the. support of inteligent men and women. The following questionnaire was prepare by3 the execn tive committee of the Nonpartisan League at the meeting in Great Falls September 15, and was accepted and approved by ...

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. — 29 September 1922

( LOC AL Fý ' Sto Mr. and Mrs. Albert- Ator et pound baoy girl, last Mon-. * * Arhlr Zibairth has accepted tion as cle.i. in iollman Kom s store. , * * ,ise Goodman has been suffering attack of appendicit4s the week. * * ieubner came over from Lake last Tuesday to attend to ess mattes:,. " ulen - PopJar was a busi visito in ', i a few days the of the wee,. * * SR Frazier family have moved the pttic re>idence on the old te enablie the children to tsiter shcll advantages. KGrace Kuhl ieft last Thursday rs. home n.ear Outlook where she e to r main for a week or ten visitin relatives and fiiends. Alma Lind test came last Wed ay from Bowbelis, N. D., and will her vacation here as a guest e home of Ir and Mrs. A. Riba. and Mrs. Haro'd Ditmarson and{ ateren of Wolf Point spent the ter part of last week as guests eL J. Onsta, home in this city. yd Sunderhalu, manager of the Theatre at Srebey, was here last: aand Wednesday visiting with and attenlifg to busines.s mat * * and Mrs. Norman E...

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. — 29 September 1922

WASH ING.T ON Pay Less For It and Get It Fresher. PEACHES, per box.... 2--- - -------- - PRUNES per bo, 2------------------- 0 PEARS, per box ...........--------------------- - 2.50 APPLES, per box .-------------- ------- 25 ý L +Jý pr o -------k--------- -- - ------- - .G CAR WILL BE At Westby, Mont., Oct. 2-34 At Dooley, Oct. 5-6-7 UNLESS SOLD OUT BEFORE DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO GET GOOD FRUIT AT A LOW PRICE. W. G. CAMPBELL, Grower A... A-T... " J.A. Johnsonr" PLENTYWOOD, MONT. Blue Bell Shirting, per yard, . .23 Percales, per yard, -. . .20 Men's and Ladies' Brown Heather .6 WoQl Hose, . Men's Wool Union Suits, . $2.50 Men's Sheep Skin Lined Overcoats;: 10.00 70x80 Heavy Wool Blankets, $100so Other Blankets down, per pair, to $2.40 Men'TWool Sport Coats '.ýer art $4.oo Boys' Coats, same as above, at $2.50 When your list of Fall and Winter Wants is ready, call and LET US FIGURE ON IT We have the best equip ped line of Drugs and Accessories in Northeast ern _Montana At The Pl...

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. — 29 September 1922

'Where &ftra Serice is Dbemu&d Firestone Cods edominate SHEREVER heexac been developed by mn whs tions and tetsof- tires life work is the production of are most severe-there constantly increasing tire val you will find Firestone Cords ues for the public. in universal use. The hard jobs seek Fire- Users in this vicinity verify stone. Andso well has Fire- Firestone reputation, and re stone responded under difficult port almost daily sonme new F.-istone record of extra dis conditions--so consistently has tance travelled mileage mounted to totals im- tanc travlld. possible to obtain from ordi- Don't be satisfied to buy nary tires that today Most tires--buy values--the longest Miles per Dollar is the buying mileage at the lowest price con slogan of thinking motorists sistent with such reliable per-. everywhere. formance. The blending and tempering Make Most Miles per Dollar of rubber, gum-dipped cord your principle of tire economy construction, air-bag cure--all - choose your nex...

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. — 29 September 1922

TMim b i- row siThaor working wil timi .sipers a r e lp torard s I rmanon pafr the days work. Aadtbeho useife will do her tits move eaegy with a pair ft pets an-fiir feet; .. Wehavethemt at prices to suit aln tastes and f if WE FIT : Yoar Feet - Your Taste - Yoar Parse Special Shoe Bargains i LISTEN PEOPLE: We are offering Bargains in Shoes that cannot be duplicated anywhere--Besides our regular stock of shoes and boots and rubbers of all kinds--- stock that mets all demands, at prices as low as shoes can be priced. We are offering the following attractive shoe bar gains Men's Dress Shoes le with Rubber Heels $.O Sliis Shoe originally sold B from $5.00 to $6.00 Ladies'.r ess fh 98C e while theyflast. Sold for $8.00 and up. Men's Work Shoe, s Outingbell, - - Solid Leather, a bargain. BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS WTh etra Trouser, all sizes, 9.50 per Suit, GENERAL STOCKl We also carry a complete line.of staple- Groceries, Mens' Furnishings, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats and Dry Goods. ALW...

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