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Palouse, Washington
October 7, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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October 7, 1921

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6ettin9 the Bnsiness By Carrying the Goods and Cutting the Price Williamson's always claimed tbat prices controlled the trade of the universe. That pt'ices in P~louse are a lot lower than heretofore-people are rapidly finding out. The store grows stronger and better' each hour of its life. There are plenty of willing obliging salespeople. Stocks are heavy and compl~:,te. [:'rices cut without fear or hesitation. Come, sp+,~.d and save. A Car of Good Flour We'll Have on Sale Saturday ~ Monday Priced on the present wheatr market---A saving, of course, we offer to all Banner Flour A VERY GOOD FLOUR. Sale Price, Sack $1.75 Big Loaf Flour Perhaps the best known, most dependable Flour in the West. Sale Price, Sack, Diadem Flour A strictly Montana Hard Wheat Flour." No better Flour milled at any price. Sale Price, Sack, $2. o The Sale of Womens' Shoes Continued Hundreds of pairs of womens' finest French Kid Shoes. Sizes 2 1-2 to 8. All widths. Actual values $10, $12, $13, $14 andS16. At your choice f $4.95 Splendid Values in Mens' clothing. The best part of it is there is nearly 200 to choose from. A good wool suit for $22.50, $25.00 and up to $40.00 You'll find the prices about 1-2 of what they were before we opened up here. The Cash ~rocery Dept. Is Busy And No Wonder Note the Prices eu e Suga P,,+K Williamson's says ___ ~suw For 100-1b sacks--is enough--more could be got. We say big prices is poor business. Get the vol- ume and make more money. Peaberry Coffee, lb ............. 19c 4 tie Brooms, each ............. 49c Bulk Spaghetti, lb ............. 5c 9 lb. sack oatmeal _, .......... 55c Oil Sardines, can ............... 5c Red Rose Catsup, bottle ___25c Federal Condensed Milk, Two cans for" ............... 25c ,i I The N. J. and f. WILLIAMSON CO. of Palou HART OFFF, RS ALIBI F0R TAXES. Says Legislature Has Raised Taxes in Answer to Popular Demand. Examination +of the record bears i out Governor Louis F. Hart's state- ment in ~ Yakima speech that during the last quarter of a century the leg- islature and the public have been de- luding themselves by getting away from the policy of paying all ex- penses of state government from one fu,nd and have added one government luxury after another through the ex- pedient of a special tax levy the state equalizers could not touch. In a quarter of a century Populists, Dem- ocrats and Republicans have been in nigher "educational institutions out' Washington because they were called uf politics" by giving them a special out before April 6, 1917. However, levy of .825 mills in 1811, raised it the court did not pass upon the status to 1.58 in 1917 and 2.349 in 1921. of a national guardsman, merely rul- Capitt 1 construction and reclamation ing "professional" soldiers are not en- evolvi~lg funds grew 'up wlth a half titled to a bonus because they were mill apiece; the public voted a mulI called upon to do something the en- for soldiers' bonus and Chehalis nor- listment papers provided for. Mr. real school for .1 of a mill. Always: Thompson and Mr. Frater, in their mpular demand drove the legislature. I application for a rehearing, though, The general fund, which pays all of-! contend overseas duty was far be- flcial salaries, keeps up state institu-lyond anything contemplated in the tions, pays for the odds and ends~t old days of army and navy enlistment. that are accumulated and supportst Furthermore it is contended that the real necessities of state govern- i thousands of patriotic Washington f merit, never was fixed by legislative~boys, hoping for immediate action, enactment. It is the only levy, aside enlisted in the regular army, navy a short time ago, it will be recalled, I the highway division was obliged to do necessary road work on force ac- count because of the absence of com- petition or exorbitant bidding.. Con- tracts for excavation have been let as low as 21 cents per cubic foot, as com- pared with 60 and 70 cents a year ago. Grading and paving recently showed declines in co~t of 25 per cent and better. Bridge work has fallen about 15 per cent. ! from the military fund, that the and marine service corps just before 'problem is the.easiest in the union equalization committee has unre- war was declared. 'Director Edward Clifford reports re- State Unemployed Few. Continued invetisgation by the de- partment of labor and industries' shows Washington's unemployment Auctioneering IF YOU ARE GOING TO I!0LD A SALE THIS SPRING SE~ J. J. LYNCH PALOUSE'~ PIONEER AUCTIONEER MF,. LYNCH HAS A RECORD OF SUCCESSFUL WORK AS AUCTIONEER EXTENDING OVER A LONG PERIOD OF For Dates and Terms Call 9F23, or Address I. J..Lynch,