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Peaches are two for a nickel in St. Louis.

Peaches are so plentiful in the Ozarks that they do not pay for the picking, and you can gather all you want for 15 cents a bushel. The hogs are getting the most of them.

Six persons in one family were discovered starving to death last Tuesday.

Bread costs five cents for a ten-ounce loaf, and the bakers claim they are losing money.

Wheat is selling in East St. Louis at a dollar and eighteen cents a bushel.

Ford says that he could sell a hundred thousand more automobiles this year, to the farmers, if he had them.