Mason Miller

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of be to tale and and the s BE U) FARMER )IHf HEBE HcNaughton Man Does Not Wholly Agree With Mason Miller's Opinion tuberculosis his in years of the with Editor Now N»rt»:— yason Miller's article In th« las Issue of the Kew: North, la wh!«h 1 told why the Rhinelander merchan are not entitled to the fanner's trad has attracted my attention and in reply I would like to ask Mr. Miller how many hitching posts Sears Roebuck Roebuck & Co.. provide for the farmer. And this la not all—do the mail order order houses extend tie farmer credit when he noeds tne goods but Office To the in the April The the guidance giving clerk both his and voter advise TOR Nelson Ad- Taylor allowance and ol tali In the the adjust thli estate, Jude othe same. of the allowance ot cl before newspaper In not have the money! Do they carry his name on their books for weeks and even months as the hone K«> chant is often obliged to do? The answer is easy. Everyone knows that the outside firms demand cash with the order and they do not do ousincss in any other way. When th< goods come and if not satisfactory the farmer has got to stand the loss, •while Sears Roebuck or whatever concern It may be, turns a deaf car to his complaints. I agree with Mr. Sillier that hitching posts and public horse sheds are needed here >ut, I do-not think that the farm-, er should find this an excuse for sending his trade out of town. I fed sure that If the merchants were approached approached In the right way they wouM see that the posts and sheds were furnished. In regard to the farmer being fore ed to peddle his produce about the city In order to dispose of it, I will say that !t bis prices were right In the first place he would have no trouble In selling his produce to the merchants. Some farmers demand the name City City Street such high prices for their truck that! a store keeper ts unable to purchase! . and dispose of It at a profit. Even the house wives often buck on payingj his prices. Please think this over Mr. Farmer and hereafter boost for Rhinelander.| JOHN WALKOVIK. MeNaughton, Wis.

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  1. The New North,
  2. 30 Mar 1911, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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