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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 November 1922

bOCAL NVIWS was over from Ray G dkeda and renewed his eto the farmers' paper. and family were coun Th, Jars from their home at set v' ednesday of this week. r fon of the McNulty pre- v5ted he county capitol on ldeesday former deputy larrived in Plentywood Friday ,at the Jack Bennett home. . grensdahl, of the McNulty wasa business vS tior in m1ood Saturd~ay., ken and wife of Raymond ick' bnin Plenty wood last $at sho1ppng La Grange was over from adSaturday. Ga range was visiting in the C pitol form his home near .miond Mond y* ýe everythting in Miners' Sup ehave IHELLAND.STRAND. * * s Mra Mrs. M. A. Morgan were d callers from Outlook last enesdaY. * * It McLean was an Outlook caller pienywood the middle of the * LST...Key that will unlock Mys lock. Big Reward. See Bolsters. sk anybody, then see our window. BOLSTER & SONS. Miss Edith Groves was a business itor in the county capitol from her me at Outlook Wednesday. Joe Raymond, was over from the loge which bears his name the mid a...

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. — 3 November 1922

SENATOR ANDISONt ISSUES CLARIOR CALL VOTERS OF: LTANA1 Denounces the Harding Admin istration and Shows Up Carl Riddick as a Faker. Gives His Reasons for Supporting ,Bur ton K. Wheeler for the United ;States Senate. Standing firmly for ýB. K. Wheeler in the race for United . States senator, J. W. Anderson, state senator from Richland county and a candidate in the erpublican primaries for the nomination for United - States senator. has issued a statement denouncing the national Repub lican administration and declar ing that Carl Riddick sta-ds ing, for Newberryism, for the scuare y behind President Hard new tariff bill and against the organized workers of America. The senator feoro Richland county declares Mv. Wheeler to be a man of the finest intellec tual equipment and that his sin cerity, honesty, integrity and friendship for the common peo ple have been the oustanding characteristics of his many years of work in Montana. The statement. signed by Sen ator Anderson, follows: "In a f...

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. — 3 November 1922

THE WAKE FTHE NEWS Idaho stirring. ive party is reported to trood chance of success in of I In the last legislature & t.olished the pI imary and 0 necessary for progressive an independent ticket. 1 to runthe ticket is H. F. Sa be5 a farmer and member national executive committee ., artisan league. The demo blie omnated a poor candi have republican candidate ,st tle bility for the clard picies and the condition of the 0els is urging as his chief plank year moratorium or suspension time credit instruments. That be fa farm mortgage, for oeourld not be alleotd to fore until the farmer gets another This measure is popular with perate Idaho farmars. Samuels Well known for having run for rwith Nonpartjian loague and indorsement. top of this Senator Borah has bore for a month's campaigning. principal point in his speeches be a plea to the voters to elect hrs of the-legislature pledged to re the primary system. Thus is efforts will count directly for progressi'e ticket. Borah was with Le...

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. — 3 November 1922

= A. TI. LARSEN AND FAMILY armer Nonpartisan League Esidorsed Repuhican Candidate for Represen tative-Vote for Two. r. resides on a fran at Dagmar-lus orignal hoinestead. Mr., rxseu whemi mate of Ctair Stoner of All voters should Ste for *ro Reprmantatives in the Legislature this year vote for both Mr. rsen mdMr. Soder. SGARE t i CATSUP Good catsup is to steak and cold tieats, what appleiauce is to roast pork, or mint sauce to lamb--an 'Added something that makes the -course delicious. Green olive catsup is out of the `ordinary ..th kind t hat wins friends immediately. Put one dozen large rcuc 'jbers, one pint - Spanish green olives (stoned), and tour large white oniqas througrh ` e food chopper. Sprinkle four tablespoonfuls salt and four tea .l;poonfu to r over mix. 4 ure. A4d 'ri4 itvlnegar and 'but in sterilized bottles or is. This catsup, is delis us on. sted and chops, and is an excellent ac. eompaniment to all' sliced cold meats. CSH niCA Y SALE; Noveo br15, and continui for t...

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. — 10 November 1922

PRO!ERS NE A PAPER, OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE , No 31 PLENTY WOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922 e ok o ARMERS SCOOP SHERIDAN KOECUY B. K. WHEELER ELECTED UNITED STATESSEAO aylor Elected State Senator By 124 Majority-Emma Crone Elected By 129 Majoritr--All Other Candidates Over With Vote to Burn. SE INTEREST TAKEN IN SENATORIAL RACE Lon Landslide in Dagmar Did Not Materialize-Farmers Stick As Well As Ever and Endorse Splendid Record of Farmers Administration-Matkins Large Vote the Sur prise of the Election. IRVEYOR RUSSEL CHARLES LINK IS LOW IVA The Farmers Nonpartisan League n swept Sheridan county lasi ay, electing every candidate en rsed at the July convention. by a tial majorities ranging fron -nine for Emma Crone for the of county superintendent of Is and one hundred twenty-foul r Charles E. Taylor for state sena r to a majority of six hundred and ly-one for Charles Lundeen fox eofice of county commissioner. The center of interest in 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. — 10 November 1922

The End of aPer fe t'Day' 4i Z... SIXTH ROLL CALL OF AMERICAN RED CROSS EContributed) The sixth roll call of the American Red Cross will commence on Armis tice Day, and end on Thanksgiving Day and will be a straightforward advance toward a set objective, rally i ig under the slogan, "Every Ameri can Everywhere, a Member of the Red Cross." Locally, the Welfare Club will con duct the enrollment this yea, inak inig their .work center especially on November 15th, aiming to see every resident of Plentywood on that Jay. They wish to extend the invitation to every citizen of Plentywood and vi cinity to wear the Red Cross button again for the year 1923, but in this work, only an invitation will be ex tended, the privilege given to wear the bottom, no one will be urged, as it is well known now that it is an honor to wear the Red Cross button, and not an obligation. The cost of the button is $1.00, 0c of which goes for local work in our County, and 50c of which goes to Na tional headquarters....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 November 1922

___ -- -- THE PRODUCERS NEWS Page Three -- , Ad" Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public sale the following personal property at my farm, 3 miles north of Dagmar, 12 miles east of Reserve, 12 miles west of Grenora, on Ii1One' em e r, . .y ; 0 V . <. ; f{ MACHINERY One McCormick 8 ft. binder, new One McCormick Mower, 6 foot One McCormick Hay Rake One John Deere Gang Plow One Moline Sulky Plow One Western Land Roller, 3 section, 21 ft. if Two Iron Harrows, 16 feet Two Grain Tanks .7 ~One Bettencdorf Wagon, 31/ inch One Kentucky Wagon, 3¼ inch 4 .4 One Mandt Wagon, 3¼ inch *4* -r. . ~ .. Two Low Wheeled Wagons One Iron Tender Truck .;*' Three Hay Racks One Howell Roller- Feed Mill, new .4C..~...~One Fairibault Gas Engine, 12-horse -' S4*.< .~.,~. ~One Campbell Fanning Mill Two Smut Machines SOne Cloverleaf International Manure Spreader . 19HED EISERDSIORTH R CTTE One Van Brunt Face Drill One Track Grain Loader 18 HEAD of HORSES One Horse Power *One Drag Cart Str.aigh...

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. — 10 November 1922

1~~ ?kt~iCEAS NEws. t'Ai1. C)! Vt hi. PETOPLE, 1iy TILE P~IXLE. F'QOH 'Ut-I9: F'F;t}'t } `?~flwnuan the OT iL~oh PO101 MYPER ýiiILnte,'d a- .f'f~tifl( Xýia'; Žiatter. 0 ioh 1'`. ':]' at iha"ý t'.ýt u3fthc& at iii. nt~v~iwje. Montana. Under rte~ Art of M1a~A .:i.g 0479 itA l1'.l-8 F. TA YLOR. lEditor and ºi ,k;ittL'-t I For-eign Advertising Represen'mti .# I 1 1IEAMER;CAN PRESSASSOCi !ION Quacki. t taudl~lent and ii responsible firm, are not. k110,41 t' asdvertiseit. and m - will take it as a favor if ainy reader wilt. ad'i1t, us promnptix ",hould the.- hate occasion -tt doubt or question, thf' ,e-. liability -f flflv firPn which par roniztZ4L' twt a8(.,"'',i ,~fj coij~i.~n FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 1922 FARMERS SCOOP SHERIDAN COUNTY 1 Continued from First Page) " ate. Dana Easton is a world wai veteran and the only candidate on the ticket from eastern Montana and as a result received a huge local vote .in northeastern Montana. Election day altogether was a good day, but the weather ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 November 1922

Ews Ed Iverson of Antelope was a coun sea. caller Monday. Hdrew emifling of Reserve was inthe capitol city today (Friday). * * William Garnor of Raymond way a business callei n the county seat today (Fday) and M . A. Ingebsitson of Mdarn wer here last Sunday to soped the clay visiting friends. The members of Lecy Chapter O. E. SThe d cown from -distone last Sunday to "attend the funsral of Mrs. J D. Matkin. Miss Ethel Gebhardt went to Froid today (FridaY) to spend the week end ,kiting friends. Mr. and -s. Theo. Hlansen 4%otored t Dagmar last Saturday to visit rel atives and attend to business matters. Itr Holland and Archie Schnitt gen of Raymond gave their f: lends the once over while in the ccurfy seat this week. Miss Alice Melquist has resigned her position at the Montana Motor Co, Her resignation took effect last Monday. John McElroy drove to McElroy school distrift to take in the election at that place Monday evening, remain ing there until Wednesday afternoon. A. J. Schumacker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 November 1922

JUDYSLEEVES IN M EW STYLES Arm Coverings Are More Gor geous Than Ever and More Varied, Writer Says. ACTUAL MASS OF TRIMIR6G Embroidered, Ruffled, Hemstitched, Laced, Brocaded, Lattice-Worked, Puffed ad Plain Decorations Are in the Limelight One of the first notes from the Paris opening says: "No great change is shown, except that sleeves are more gorgeous than ever and more varied." Well, that is just as we would have it, asserts a fashion writer in the New York Times. We have grown accustomed to pet ting and pampering our sleeves as though they were the favorite twins VI ý Sleeve of Lace Cut in Circular Piece (Top), Having Turned-Back Cuff of White Moire. Below: White Puffed Chiffon, Fur Cuff and Cuff of Plait * ed Organdie, Black Velvet Wrist band. of the family. We know now that un less we pay special, attention to that portion of our costume we are lost as far as style is concerned. And we have realized the fact that beautiful sleeves can make a gown as no other detail can. A' t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 November 1922

FFgRI' SALE OF E EOCTYURT OF Sj JDlICIAL DI - ETIlTATE OF ION - 0 ANP FOR THE COUNTY LI ýDCOMIPAýNY, a cor w j Plaintiff ýno!, VSy . BELISLE ano uj" I l * ELhLi wife, GRACE .ELSL his the es administratrih,of deceased, o Dg CO., a corporation, SYA VERuDE., Defend HEREBY GIVEN: ICE undersigned sheriff of the unMejiontana, will on n Coft ecember, A. D. 1922, day f Deo `elok P. M., of hoiir th tfront doo of the at the the City of Plenty ,eouse County, Montana, sell Sheridan , to the highest and Sau focash all of the fol er ibe real property, situ pie County of Sheraton, Mon wit uaiter (LE'), west 0ftotheast quar'tU3 (\Xtý of Sectio en nd a h1lf f >Southea t (quar , 1 4) of Section Six TownshiP Thiity-one (31) of Range Fifty-nine (59) tcgether with all and r the tenemllnlt', heredita appUrtenance< and all oth ,to 0oanginlg' 01' in anywise ining thereto. at Plentywood, Sheridan Montana. this 3rd lay of No A. D. 1922. * OSCAR J. COLLINS, ,"; of Sheridan County, Mont. Bc RODNEY SALISB...

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. — 10 November 1922

1V. ~ `~ '~ N r 4 - Having so my farms, I will sell all my personal property. regard lea of price, at my farm 3 miles East and 1 mile South of Antelope Free Lunch at 11:00 a. m.---Saie Afeter LurE 15 Head of First Class Work Horses 1 Back Gelding, 5 yrs., weight 1450 Lbs. 1 Bay Gelding, age 9 years, weight 1200 Lbs. 1 Mule, 8 years old, weight 1300 Pounds 1 Bay Gelding, age 4 years, weight 1450 Lbs. 1 Gray Mare, age 10 years, weight 1200 pounds 3 BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND PONIES, 2-3-7 years 1 Black Gelding, age 8 Years, weight 1400 Lbs. 1 Blue Roan Mare, colt by side, age 5, wt. 1350 Lbs. old, trained to ride or drive, harness and saddle and 1 Bay Gelding, age 9 years, weight 1300 Lbs. 1 Blue-Roan Mare, age 6, colt by sidle, wt. 1400 Lbs. buggy. 12Hedof att e 1 Registered Hereford Cew,10 years old , 1 Polled Hereford Bull, 9 months, eligible to register, a good one 1 Registered Hereford Cow, age 5 years'old Those Registered Cows are aR safe in calf to my Here 1 Registered Hereford Cow, ag...

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. — 17 November 1922

*7#74( r 1PPE OTHEHN ý; umn Numbr 32 PLTWODr SHRIA COUI MOTN FRIDAYl NVMBER 17, 1922 Shrd;Cut ew n )oe WOLF POUL bl Streeters, Mooned Up, WouI Puidilsh Lt a fork V ing for Poplar--iOder Member of Shp Cra Out . Town Under Penay oFf 'Bodily .:4mrau .Snii Up Labor H.Hmq.um yter OODLUMS LOSE .IESTIt S AIU AtOR EATS RETREAT] "pecial to Produccrs News. Wolf Point, November 10.--On the Sof election, Tuesday, November o 7th, a mob composed of business Dn and labor haters, among whose 'amber were men who last suwmer signed affidavits to the effect that Wolf Point was endangered by the sriking workers, and who signed peti ons, praying Gov. Dixon to send out the militia to protect the city from threatened danger, but which threat aeed danger, the Governor .upon in vestigation, found not to exist, and Mdused to assist the railroad and the labor haters of Wolf Point in driving free workers and American citizens back into the yoke at the behest 4L any corporation or small main street e loiters, m...

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. — 17 November 1922

01 ~Embarrzssing Moments i ILA O .pPi-0NNEP t EVEER 'CAME WPOPAwoPw Avou1 iii WEATHIER MAIN lN 0-1 1 " Iii. t1:' L ý ·cD;::hlf a(ý:'i }' MISS ROBERTSON LOSES; ILLINOIS WOMAN WINS Chicago, Nov. 7. --lDespile the (le feat of Miss Alice Robertson of Okla homa, the House of Representatives ,will still have a woman m*mber. She is Mrs. Winnifred M. Huck, a Repub lican, daughter of the late William B. Mason of Illinois, who served, in both Senate and House. Miss Robertson has l apparently gone down to defeat at thed lads of W. W. Hastings, her Den.ocr tic opponent in the Second distict of- Oklahoma. Fifty per nt of 'the precincts .complete a o'clock this -morning give;,' ertson ],833 votes to 13,0('42for:Hast ings, a lead of nearly to I, it .is re ported. TOWNSEND LOSES MICHIGAN PLACE Detroit, Mich.',, Nov. , 9..-Witi. btiit 641 precincts out of 2,906 in the state missing this morning, former Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris, De mocrat, apparently had been elected to the United States seniate...

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. — 17 November 1922

pROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIISSIONERS et cre WE.nCz.y, ' Novembr 8th, Pay Claims, Appoint lewuUt!S. C,-rons 3 he Election Returns, and Call Anoth SSpe-iA! Sssio for Friday, November 17th. SURVEYOR LINK GETS OVER $400.00 THIS HAUL oKm," , ' O ni,-v. No 11t O1T C ...... 7. V O-. t.tbe ,. t ;h'). tT. i;:;:j;df Coun e lissi."o.. -.a t `.n :e~'ular ses i ,, ese.I ti . .. . t 1 ~OLC I(): d ) l ',iJN)LENC , On loi , . .. , olution eas adopted: ES )L 'T ' ()N Whereas: The Grim Realper Death cnered t!he home of Mr. J. D. i a inc aber of this Board of nt} Conm-irsi'ne1".; and taken hereflom a lovin .,. e anti mother, nd left hear'.-:'mcs tr.:.t can never be eale'. e nd Whereas, the other members of said ard desire to exten(d to Mr. Matkin family their symnathies in this or of sorrow, now tJe.heref BE IT RESOLVED that we extend Mr. Matki. and to each member his family our n:,ose near'ieit sym hy at this time andt express our rows by reason of the great be vement that has fallen upo...

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. — 17 November 1922

STHE PRODUCERS NEWS - S 'Al'L._ OF THE PEOPLE, BY. THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOi. PROMOTER PL.OPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at` the Post ;'ffileP at Pl'entywood, Montana, 'Under the Act of March' 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. U - týh Adverti sig Representative TiE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Quack, fraudulent and iiresponsible firms are.not knowingly 4~vertiset, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will adr:ise tiahi!it.k of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1922 THE STUCK PIG J There is an old 'saying about the stuck pig being the pig that squealb, and it is a fact that it is possible to gauge the hure of a hog by the volume and tone of the squealemitted by the swine. Be that as it may, we reprint the following from that naseous rag that emits itself once a week from its sty down the street: "WOBBLEYS WIN" "There is little to say about Tuesday's...

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. — 17 November 1922

LOC{AL NEWS i1 1 B 'll ' l i Il l I l H II • in ie l' ml l . ll h -erithin" in ,MIbiners' Sup e have el.L.L ND-STRAND. pulse~a of Dagmar was a SE. P"ler in the county seat Sat *Juak .'i Comoertev..n is a tr n the cout: seat this -, .c, te Plenty i' ) t : sa ile ;t es,, on Wed to his we Nk. b -:t ofi -:teopc mad: a trip l" ' <seat t:io look ,i te1 hin. the co ''y a of ., the week. . " 1 ( oý, i , ;, is inl the .inh~eel l Wngt , aiter legai mat - r Nod:h: I( amiol spent edav vening in the county capi Paul Hultgr1en of \VW tby wea' over the county capitol Monday, re g home Tuesda . SMadsen , ell kn :- n l:h, the Archer precinct :is , a-i on ds in this c vt . . ( and Mrs. Clair o to l o' of Out --ere visitors in P ri,!-,i\v:cotd ed day of this weeo.. , T. Curtin of Raymond was a ~tor in Plentywood Wedlnesiay and ursday. , , ," H P. Tripil o' the Doole; pr.cinct a in the ':o'u:t:" capi.l4 Saturday king after bhu:n'-; maters. John Series'" f no.,ieX n'.iit -c ' seruing as diputy during...

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. — 17 November 1922

GOING'OUT OF BUSINESS THE GREATEST ClOSING OUT SALE Ever Held in Northeastern Montana Will Open at Our Store at Dooley, Montana SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 J And Continues Until Everything is Sold Just think of it $15,000 worth of First Class up-to-date General Merchandise, nearly all this seasons' goods. This entire stock will be thrown on the market, regardless of form. er price, cost or value. We mean business straight from the shoulder, and will let nothing prevent us from turning this big stock into money in the shortest time possible. Shrewd buy. ers and money savers, this is your opportunity-grasp it. It may be years before you'll have another one like it. It will pay you to come 100 miles to this sale. It will c" vou to beg, borrow or steal the money, the savings are so great. In every shelf, on every counter, bin and rack, up one aisle and down the other and hanging from the ceiling you'll find the big gest value it has ever been your good fortune to secure, awaiting you. Prices ...

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. — 17 November 1922

,s;"e ..' :':in notices 5.00 ss A . ic.., on elec oe Jo0' 9.60 Boar . E. sr vice(. on 6.00 onbo si1 vices on Frnk B -d nfixi;n up ptl ,oac ' ,l i o,:ed 50c) 19.60 JoL p1 u e of cnors for , ,o•. e..e. 5.051 on bc, hec 'liv-ei ingu elec ' " r incrinfg. in -pp l.., . 28.00: r, n ere:,,c election rn thre' Pi.'ooo] prec. 15.00 John J. ervices on 6.40 h board ce elec boardhn, services oil elec 4, x- 9.60 Sboard ` , evic on elec h.rfl` l 9.60 n board n. rces on Co relius ' 5.60 o board ..... . 5.60. m , enr . H . -re1-ices on on boar e- on elec chl S.. cserv. on elec-9.60 abdard Hertic . on lec 9.60 bJohno H.. s erl ..e; on Ed". sev'ces on ele- 9.60 board -. . N. A., bringing in elec ..rnS - 2.7011 .t, Luella, servicez on tior board .9.60 Bernhard. services on ,on board 9.60 riedreW, services on elec Board 6.40 ilich, John, services on on board ........... n, Karl, services on elec board, general aid(l pri 13.80 Frank J., services on n board ..----- 6.00 eich, John, rent or poll place and ...

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. — 17 November 1922

PRE ,A,..-I, ,-,h al ,d r " . We are not going to wait until after the holidays are over to give you an after-holiday or pre-inventory sale, we are not going to wait until you have made all of your fall and win. ter purchases of clothes, suits, underwear, mittens, caps, overshoes or Christmas Goods before we give you a chance tobuy these goods at bargain prices-a time when you have made your purchases and when cheap prices willmean nothing to you, but we are putting everything in our store on the counter at reduced and in many instances really bargain prices, RIGHT NOW, when every cent means just that much saved for you. And when Koliman Kompaiy puts on a sale, it is a sale-we indulge in no deceptive practices, we do not mark up and then mark down, nor any of the other smart tricks of the • smart merchandiser. We expect to stay in business in Plentywood and Sheridan county, and we are conducting our busi ness in a way to merit and sustain the confidence of the public " and this can ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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