Wrangell Sentinel -

The Way We Were

 


July 24, 1919

Since the opening days of the recent World War, customs in a good many lines have undergone marked changes. In no direction has this been more noticeable than in furs. Though custom furs were worn only in the late fall and winter months, and their use in this way made the fur business a seasonable one of relatively short duration.

The heavy consumption of furs so far the present summer has kept manufacturers extremely busy and created such a big demand for goods, that the stocks of raw furs in all parts of the world have shrunken decidedly and visible supplies in the face of...



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