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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 October 1904

, . . . , , . . I - - . . . . . . - . YI lb Put your rInger i - ger on our trade mark. Tell your dealer you want the best starch your money can buy. ' Insist on having the best , . DEFIANCE. It Is 16 ounces for 10 ce'nt No premiums but one pOund of the very best starch made. We put all ow money In the starch. It needs no cooklnc. " It I. absolutely pure. It gives satisfaction or money back. T THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO. Omaha , Neb. . . . . WESTERN .CINIDA'S Magnificent Crops for 19 0 4. ; Western Canada' " ' - " Wheat Crop his , . Year Will be e o'- 000,000 Bushels , BushPr and Wheat at Present - ent Is Worth $1. 0 o a . Bushel. , The Oat and Barley Crop Will Also Yield Abunda ntly. . Splendid prlc06 for all kinds of grain , cattle and other farm produce for the growIng ot which the climate 18 unsurpassed. About 150,000 ! Americans have settled In W cst- ern Canada during the past three years. Thousands ot free homesteads of JOO ncres each still available In the best agricultural dll- ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 October 1904

+ . J j October 28 190,1 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE I Verdon. Gertrude Bowman left . 'ucs- ) ( lay for a weeks visit to the exposition - position . at SL T-4ouis. II Congressiiian E ! , J. Burkett spoke to a large crowd at thc opera house Wednesday aftcr- nooll. John hall has got a force of Ii i men laying a brick side walk around his large prick building which will make quite an impro\- mCllt to thc tOWII. .I\1i1cs'Mayfic.d has thc material - ial 011 the ground for his new residenCe - idcnce which he expects to have 'I ' ready to occupy by thc first of thc year I Ellis Houtzt left for thc coun- try thc first of thc week where hc will shuck corn for his fathcr. . 1\ln J. Lord spent this week ill Salcm. 1Irs. J. N. . Batcman of Stella shcllt thc first of thc week with friends hcrc. C. A. .Torn returned from Lin- coIn last Friday where he has been ill attendance at thc Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows , hc being a representative from this ! lodge. Henry Fritz and family visited with F. F. ! Die...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 October 1904

" . . , . , . ' . 0" ' . ' " ' 1-1 ' 111 -\1 ,1 ' " ) ' .II' .m. ' . ' n : , " I r. ! ' , - P T m t { , e % , c y A t , 'tr , . . . tAS TO OUR LANDS - - : LAWS IN RELATION THERETO IN NEED OF REVISION. : SO SAYS THE COMMISSIONER The Present Statutes Were Enacted to Meet Conditions Which Have Passed ( Away-Question of How Best Ito Take Care of the Grazing Lands. WASHINGTON-"The land laws of , 'the ' United States need revision , " said ( Commissioner Richards of the gener- : al land office today. "Many of the laws on our statute books are made for con- ditions which existed twenty years ago , and quarter sections of land up- on which homesteaders are permitted to file must give way to larger areas 0' Y land because the best lands are oc- loupled. The forestry laws and Umber : and stone laws also need revision , and Itho commission appointed by the pres I- Ldent , consisting of 1\11' Plnchot , head 'of the forestry division of the agricultural - 'tural department ; 1\11' Newall , chief...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 October 1904

. . a . . . I' " - " ' . , , . . " : : - . " " , " . , . . . , . . . . . : , . . . . . . ' . . ' . . " . A . . , . . . . , m " . J. ; ' . . ; . . 1. , t' . , ; . , Octobcr 28 , 1904 TI-IE 1'A T I . ( ' ' ' ' . ' " \ " . ' I , , - . - - - . - - - - - - - . - - - . . FALLS CITY TRI 3UNE i _ - - - - - - - - - - - I I EEdaccdional7Jprinwni Conducted by CountySuperintcndent . Croclcr - - - The school in DisL 3 g'iI'C iI basket slipper . 'J'lIcsclilY c\'Cninl - - - - - The school ] in Dist. 20 win talc iI four weeks vacation beginubig : i Oc t. 28. A meeting of school officers and patrons was held in the Bar- l ; adil school house ' 1 ' ttelclay evcn- ing" The general ] subject Was , "Co-operation of. the 1Iol11e and school " The ! people were wen pleased with the ineefing , and it seems certain much good will f re- stilt from it and that it will bring about a closer sYlIlpilthy between the home and 1 he sclwo1. Prof 1) . P. Smith of the Falls City HlIsine s College and thc COl1n cortnty ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 October 1904

. , , . . - . - , DARKEST RUSSIA . . DY H. GRATTAN DONNELLY. Copyright , 1806. by Street . smith , All rIghts rClerycd. . 1. , „ . - - CHAPTER XVIII.-Continued. Caroline was silent. "It is a brave thought , " at length ' she said. "But how are they to escape - " tram the prison ? The gates are closed. " 1\fy husband will withdraw the guards there. They will be stationed in yonder room. The prisoners will come here to capture the house and will fall into the trap. Dare you do ; your part to aid in the escape of the j man who saved your life at the risk of his own ? " and Katherine fixed her eyes on the face of Caroline. 11 "Give me a moment alone-give me r time to think , " she said. . "I will await your answer , " said Katherine eagerly. "It is , remember , to the effect the rescue of the young exile who snatched you from the jaws of death. " So saying , Katherine left the room. The girl rose to her feet. Her heav- ing bosom showed that she was under some intense strain. She walked ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 28 October 1904

- - - - - - - - - . - . - - - - . . - - , . ; \1 \ . . r Oclob r 28 19011 THE ( ( FALLS 1 CITY TRIBUNE - < ! s ; ' . _ l . . . J - Mlrried. , I At t the home of the brides par- e cuts in this city , Miss Sue HoIT- ncl and 1\1 r. 1 ! ; ilrl ; North were ; united in marriage at 6 o'clock p. II ' 111. Saturday , October 221HI , Rev. R Alexander of York officiated , in 'j ' the prescllcc of a few friends and h I ; relatives of the bride alld g-room. II ( i The bride is the accomplished , I daughter of 1\11' . and 1\11'5. S. B. I . i HolTnel while the groom enjoys I . I highest respect of f all who know him , being formerly employed I in this city. 1\11' . and Mrs. North left Sunday afternoon for Lincoln where they will reside. 'I'he'Pd- bUllc joins with thc many friends of the young couple , in sincere cong-ra ; t ul a t ions. Basket Ball The high school basket ball team went to Peru Saturday where they played with the first tcam ; in that city. Our girls were discommoded by thc fact...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

S , . . - " .t , , , ' . . - " . . . " , c " . - . " . , . . , of. ' i , t.a0 , ' , t r alts Gt it1Jribunt. ! ( : - VOLUME I FALLS CITY t I , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 4 , ' 1904. NUMBER 44 - - - - - - . - - . , - ATTEMPT TO DECEIVE ; _ _ e _ , - No political party deserves to succeed on false pretenses or false v assertions. No \rty' which attempts by false assertions to de- x" ceiv the voters , deserves thc favorable consideration of honest men. The Falls City News of last week contained an alleged answer to'1.'he Tribune's article wldch for unadulterated to . tax , , misrepresentation - tation was the limit. \Ve do not know who wrote the News article , but we do know who so ever did write it , is either a very ignorant . or a very untruthful man. It will he remembered that 'l'he 'l'ribunc stated that on June 30th , ) .904 , there was on hand in thc county treasury the sum of S4,3 6.94 in county funds without an outstanding warrant. 'rite Tribune stated further that S5J,003.00 ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

BLOOD wiEJT/ TELL - - A THEORY SUPPORTED BY FRESH , CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE. A Recent Instance Proves That a Woman's Happiness Is Largely Dc- pendent on the State of Her Blood. - - - - When the blood la disordered every organ of the body Is affected unfavorably ' ably and falls to discharge Its Rinc- tlons prollerl In the case of every woman nature has made special pro- vision for 11 periodical purification of the blood ( , and so long as this occurs her health rulll aplrlts unfailingly reveal - veal the hencflclal rcsults So slight a cause 1R IL cold or n nervous shock may produce a suppression of this vital function , and until It IR restored she fs doomed to miser ) ' , The remedy that has proved most prompt and effective In nil disorders peculiar to the female Hex Is that which brought such great relief to Miss Mattie Griggs , of No , 807 Indiana street , Lawrence . renco , Kansan , concerning which she speaks as follows : "In the winter of 902 , tram some unknown cause , there was ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

. . . - " , . . . . I ( November 4. 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . - . - . . " . LOCAL AND PERSONAL . . ' . . . 'Vanncr sells ink. . . . , . . . . Eat Sowlcs Candy. } ; . . . Window glass at City Phar- Phar- ' , , _ . . tnacy. . " , , ' r' , 1\1rs. E. H. Towlc left 'rucs- . . . . . . , " ' . ' . day for l11cago. - : t . , . , , " Scott Saylor come down from J iit i Q * ; f. " : . . Vcrdon last 'l\\esday. 2. . . . . " . . < . ' . . . A"lrs. . F. Jarrot of RubO was in ' i ; : ; . ' ; . this city 'Vednesday. i ! : : - ; I . . G. V. Inskcep spent Tuesday . r , . : . : . ; ' ' ' .t . ; at his . home in this city. t . : . < . . Elsie Culp of St. Joe is visiting i : ' , , > . . . . . . , her parents in this city. : . . . ' D. H. Scars came up from Reserve - . " " . : ' serve thc first of the veek. . . . , ? : . , , : - : - < . . Call on ' T. 1.1. Crook and Co. . . . . : , : . for guns and ammunition. ' : . ; : . . . Mrs. 1\kCullen of Rule was a ' F' , . . Fails City visitor vVed...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

' . A MINE DISASTER BETWEEN THIRTY AND SIXTY MEN LOSE THEIR LIVES. - FIRE FOLLOWS THE ERUPTION - Great Timbers and Rocks Thrown from the Mouth of the Mine-No Hope of Rescuing Any of the Entombed - tombed Mlnerll. - - 'l'HINIDAD , ( : olo.-A terrific explosion - pl0810n occurred al mine No. a of the Rocky Mountain Fuel and Iron com- i I pany at ' 1'erolo. fort ) ' miles duo west of Trinidad , III 1:10 : : 1."t'1I1I1Y afternoon I\nll the number or dead Is variously placed between thirty and sixty mell. The numher reported a8 having gone ! Into the mine In the morning was seventeen minors and ! four company men. In the afternoon mlw ) ' moro miners are known 10 have gone Into the mine and the exact number of dead may never he known as the mine Is burning and In all likelihood the bodies will he crenHllHI. . A largo number of mine omclnls of the acci- Jon here as soon as word dent was received. Company doctors worn picked un all along time line , a8 - - - - - - - - . . - - - . , well as...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

r , I , . L r t November 4 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' - ' , - - - " DEATH RECORD , Cornelia Thomas Hall. The funeral of l\1rs. : John Hall , .uI/ . whose death was reported in these columns last week was held from the Episcopal church in this city on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock. l\1rs. Hall was the sec- end daughter of the late Judge and Mrs. E. \V. Thomas and was born in Brownville , Nebraska in the year 1870 , where she lived with her parents until their removal - " mo\'al to Falls City in the year " 1877. She was educated in ( ' , Bro vncll Hall , Omaha , Neb. . and at the COQk County normal at , , 'EnglewoodIIl. She taught school at LaGrange , Ill. , for several years , going from there to Cleve- land , Ohio where she taught in the schools. Thence she i.S . . public . went to Buffalo , N. Y. where she had charge of the kindergarten department of a fashionable \ young ladies seminary. While in . the last named city she met Dr. John Hall to whom she was mar ' ried < in ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

- , QuEfl - l ' 1A [ Of 11 (11&1N WAR 1 ! - . - Copyright , 1597 , hy F. Tennyson Nccly I CHAPTER I. Perhaps a Fool's Errand. "Stop-we drop off here , " sings out Jack 'fravers , us ho thrusts his head tram a carriage that has just passed the magnificent Scott monument facing Princes street In the beautiful city or dlnburgh. , 'I'he Caledonian Jehu draWs up to the curb , and his two passengers alight. Jack seems to bo a young man ; there Is nothing at all extraordinary . dlnary about his appearance as seen on this moonlit night , only that his Quick actions would marl him ns a fellow of considerable energy. Ills companion , on the 'contrary , promises to attract an abundance of attention In the streets of Edinburgh , being a Chinaman , who Htlll wears his queue , and insists on dressing , to some extent , at least , In his national garb. 'Vell , " says Jacle , when the vehicle t rolls away from the sllot. "hero wo i are , Ah Sin , safely landed In Princes street. . You see , we ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

November 4 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE t LOCAL AND PERSONAL . , l , . "Te g-ua'l11tec our paints. City I : > , . 1 1 ' hlrmaCj : . ' . 9 . _ \ , , " ' ' " 'r. , Lawyer Barnes went to Rube Monday. . E. E. Bell was a St. Joseph rr : " . . . t\ : ' " visitor rlc1ay. ' . ; : / . I yc ' ; . \ . . : t : > Rue Gates went to St. Joseph , . , ' : . , ' Suiday aftcrnoon. y' ' ' "l \V. H. -\Vylie \ registered at thc Union house londar. r. " \Vall paper at reduced prices. " , , ; , : < . City Pharmacy. 'j. . : : , . . t , Mrs. A. Roberts returned from St. Louis Friday. f ' ; ' . . , ; " y. : " ' : ' J. 1-1. Miles was a Rube visitor . , ' thc first of thc wcek. t , ' J. H. Morehcad : was a Hum- boldt visitor Thursday. \ James Jcllison spent Sunday t with his family in this city. r . John' Jcllison left for Dallas , r . Texas the first of the week. John Towle and wife of Omaha - ' ha spent ' Stutday in this city. f . New goods received every week lcc.c : , ' , . . : . at Bon 1'011 l\It l...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

. THE LATEST STYLES SANCTIONED DY LEADERS OF THE WORLD OF FASHION. Fitted Coat With Vest Front-Girl's Costume In the Fashionable Colors , Blue and Green-Hats , Boas and Pelcrlncs Now Much Worn. . i I Material for Dust Coats. A great deal Is said about the dur- t ability oC mohair for dust cants. It certainly hUH the advantage oC shed- I ding the dust , but every drop oC rain. I even after Hllonglng , leaves Its marle. I Chantung , severely made but Cash- loner upon loose flowing lines , l.eavlly stitched , wIth u possible ornamentation oC braiding or lace , Is one of the most r successful garments of the hour. Oftentimes - tentimes a bit of color Is Introduced Into the coats In the collar or In the cuffs. Each week more cloth coats are seen , but these for the most part are the thrce . quarter length garment , JOOO and roomy and cut on rather mannish lines. One of the now coats d Is chiefly noticeable for the huge pock eta which are set on each side of the I I front just below the l...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

! I I November 4 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' .f - " - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . Published . ) ; very Friday at hALLS CITY , NEBRASKA - , By . .L. ; r 1'lnBUNE PUBLISHING CO. Bnterccl as secoI1l1.c1ass maHer , Janu- ary 12. 190-lat the post ofliceat Falls City , Neb. , unclct' the Act of Congress of March 3 , 1879. w : ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH 'rc1ephonc No. 22 ( ) . W. H. Morrow is a successful lawycr. Jamcs never had a casein ' in his lifc. Don't expcrimcnt. _ . . . . ran .Q , ' The official ballot is nearly five feet long. Save time by making your x at thc top and I vote a straight republican ticket. . . . . . . . " . . - . . . - - - . Mr. James , the democratic , candidate for county attorney has lit ' ecl in this county just four . . . . months. Do you want a non- ; . . . resident for . county attorney ? . . - - - - - - - Every voter must say Bryan or Burkctt whcn hc votes thc legislative - lative ticket. Every democratic candidate will vote for Bryan- every republican will vote for...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

- . - iii1s City Tribune - - - BV TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. FALLS CITY . - NmOrtASKA . - - _ . - - . ' . ' . - - . --.lJ 'rho peace congress means ! well , hut that war In the East will go on awhile while 'ot. Another rallroall engineer took a . sap and t wen t.nlne passengers went Into deaUI'S 8leep. For the life of him Commander Penry can't see why people take so much interest In politics. Speaking or the age - retirement clause , most men cense to lIe the head of the family after 36. The winning of the championship HY the Dostons was a vegetarian vlc , tory. Deans defeated tenderloin. If King Lear had ever heard or Barry Lehr the prohahlllty Is that ho woulll have been even more despon dent. . A Chicago mnn committed suicide while smoking n IIlpe. lie II not the only man who has 811101(011 himself ! to death. - - - - . Mont Pelee docs not mean LO let any little old \ Recond.class volcano like Vesuvius have n monopoly on pullllc attention. - - A man can drink whlsley 01he can run "n ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

. , tf , . I' . . r - , LL OTN I Rs I TOWtRS. . : , I PeRPRp , \fJ. " QJLED CIOTNI NG = t l1CtiasT : 3TAiOARD / Or QUALITY 1 f Poll MOH THAN Ts . iiAL ! A CltN UPY. II t t ( gOWER1 i i U I Q , tYytuoty I l . J.r - AaroNllt mw3TO &ttAUu1A. Z" " " 1ONilfklilMlUllAfr0.i0R01T4iY. ( r _ " ' ' : E- = . . f $ D SIOCaltLKAlegEYtRh"LL ' - , t.Tr- . - L t WESTERN OAr ADA'S Magnificent Crops for 1904. - Western Conaao'r 'i Wheat Crop this j Year Will be 60.- 000.000 Bushels ® 411 and Wheat ot PrSD- Ga' ent Is Worth $1.00 a Bushel. J' The Oat and Barley Crop Will Also Yield Abundantlr. a. Splendid prices for aU kinds ot grain cattle r11' . and other furor produce for the growing at i ' which the cllmato Is unsurpassed. I I About O.OOOAmerlcans have settled In West- I I con Canada during ! the past three years. ! t Thousands of tree homesteads of 1M acres i each still available In the best agricultural dis- trlcl.s. I I It has been said that the United States' will i be forced to Import whea...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

; , . . . . . . "NATIONAL IRRIGATION WORK - : , , How Uncle , Sam Is Reclaiming Millions of Acres , . I . of Non-Productive and Arid Lantis. ' > . : . , , ROOSEVELT'S FRIENDSHIP fOR THE WEST \ ' , I Manner Determining Reservoir Sites and How r Organized Effort Secures the Highest Effi- ciency-Glirnpses of the Future , I of "Arid America. " j " : - - ' \ Tile general ; public has not had time to become familiar with the workings of Ole reclamation service under the National irrigation law , which passed : Congress , June 17th , 1903 : , through ; the dir. ct personal inl1ueuce oC President n'Ise\'clt. .A6 previously Mated : in the ! columns , this is one of the 1110t illlpor5'nt meas- ure that has ever iwea enacted by C tigress. Perhaps no one now living l can tully appreciate its far-reachin . lH'aeficent effect upon the domestic , so- dial and political ) lives of future gener.a- deus or American citizens. Active opera- Itons : bean : as soon as the measure be- / came a law ; an...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

- y , COST OF THE PHILIPPINES I _ . . , . Judge Parker's , Statement an Amazingly Reckless , Falsification tf Facts and Figuresl AN . iNfAMOUS . AND RECKLESS CHARGE . ! I Which Has Been Repeated . by Bryan Olney Hill and Other Delnocrats-Real Cost of Islands in 'Money ' , . . : J . and Life. ' I , ' , ' I' It hag been stated : repeatedly : during the campaign that Judge Parker , the Democratic candidate for the Presidency is a disciple of D B Hill , who is believed I . be such that he could give his . ed that Parker had proved to an apt pupil mentor points and easily beat him in the art lit falsi6catian : yet such appears ) to be the crse. Judge Parker has outhilled Hill in a campaign ) : that wiil pass into history as n re'tml.hreaker for Democratic untruths and l11isrellreoentation : Ills recent speech , in which he distorted the t:1ct. ' as to the cost ot the Philippines in money and life is such a grotesque perversion ot the facts that William E. , Curtis , one oC the most : ; e...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 4 November 1904

, . T ' , ' such a collection. It is , however , obvious - , ens that the workingman docs not buy I hIs food at wholesale. It is , therefore , clearly wrong , to compare the worldn- , man's wages with wholesale ; prices. The Democratic Text nook learnedly d- courses on the stability ot : wholesale prices , while as a matter of fact , it is recognized by all authorities ou prices that wholesale prices are exceedingly sensitive and that retail Ilrices are more stable , never reaching relatively as high or 68 low levels .as the former But , I - - leaving aside the question of stability , it 1\ , is the retail price which the ordinary consumer is compelled to pay , and which , I therefore , discloses the more accurately , ( the cost of living. Further , it is stated . In this Bulletin of the Bureau of Labor , that these retail prices were secured ' directly from the books ot sales or over 800 retail mcrchants-ihat these prices represent actual sales to consumers extending - tending ever...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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