Table 1

In an announcement that was published on the first of January 1924 in the "Yiddishe Shtime" newspaper on behalf of the "Merchants Association" of Kybart, we can see that there were still 27 cloth and 15 haberdashery shops (including the pharmacy) in town, but most of them moved too after a short time to Kovno. They left behind only the signs on the empty shops and the inscriptions on the walls as a reminder of the great prosperity in the town. Then Kibart returned to its pre-boom days. and the living conditions were still quite comfortable.

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Invitation issued by the Merchants Association, the Textiles Section of Kybart to it's members, written in Yiddish, to a meeting to discus the coming elections

Table 2

Invitation issued by the Merchants Association, the Textiles Section of Kibart to it's members, written in Yiddish, to a meeting to discuss the coming elections

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