Fifteen hundred Detroit grocers, butchers, shoe store keepers and retail
sellers of this-and-that railed at Henry Ford last week because his
commissary stores were selling commodities to the general public
their customers. Mr. Ford's storekeepers (who sold $12,000,000 worth
of goods last year) promised thenceforth to sell only to Ford employes,
never to their neighbors.
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