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Choose your cigars from boxes bearing
thfe y'Trjangle !'. mark of merit then
you know you're getting greater value
than your money can buy.any other way.
The "Triangle A" identifies the, product of the
American Cigar Companythe only complete
organization with the only "stemmeries" equip
mdntilor scientifically developing the ripest fra
grance of sthe bet tobacco, for making a smooth,
uniform blend, and for delivering the cigars to
you in their' best smoking condition.
The "Triangle A"' on a cigar box guarantees
full Value, cleanliness, and unvarying quality.
The New CREMO
represents the best quality that can be produced and
, sold for five conts ifoves every claim wo make for
cigars sold under the "Triangle A."
.Every box is extra-wrapped in glassine paper, sealed
atjeachnd with the "Triangle A" in red, to maintain
perfect smoking condition
until the box is opened.
"AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY
FREE COOKING SCHOOL I
FREE LECTURES ON COOKING
AND PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION OP THE VARIOUS
USES P0R CULINARY PURPOSES OP THE
CHOCOLATE AND COCOA
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WALTER BAKER & CO., Ltd.
DORCHESTER,, .1ASS. ' s
Miss Elizabeth K. Burr
' S Af.) AT THE
Young Men's Christian
DAILYFOR ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
2:30 O'clock iri
'KJ'3. 'lck jiptbf Evenlsis:
, .SwapJes ,pf Jftyg, -Burr's prwaration?. such as Oako3, Puddlne3
iMpguos, ,.P.ud)je cuffles Ice uroiu, Bavarian1 Cream, etc.
(MHbtM gmeuiMipMnuwww ana,
l'1naulM6s7'rWardiiig the iirae,
jraed jnd4se'rv$d ,at .each lecture
AjqMgyu. lXeo ..i.iqture or cnjfqren W'hW.1tITl..( Saturday
BJjprnihg:, April 6th at 10 o'clock. Every xhUd attending thi3
lecture will be presented with a Walter Baker Souvenir. '
ijf PamjJe .cakes. pf the WaHe,r Baker PrjemlwRuWri 1 (Chocolate,1
;tho Vanilla Sweet, Chocolate and little smle ;,darisf of the
Breakfast Cocoa, also a book of
ill, be presented to all porjons
who are interested in scienunc
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sno yiu. dc pioasoa to answer
A different menu will be
"Choice Chocolate 'Recipoa'-'
attending jnese ecture3, and
cooKjng Rnoum not fall to
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Will be Put to Work on New
SURVEY IS COMPLETED
Contract for Buildings to "tie
Let on Tuesday.
Manager Drumm Will Arrive To
monow nd Get Things in Read.
iness.for Arrival of Players.
.PivpavA(iqns am l..'n. rt.ndo to
cotiuuciit'o woilc oil" iMmioii'rt now
IjasclialJ park on WoJu.viduy inoni
iiiL' and to hwh lh uot't to e(im
)lclu)ii, Tho fi-oniiA1; !mj liecu
sunoyod by ('. I), mid Si. cnpn
oms. Tho contrail i'or tlio co:i
(iiniciioji qJ' tlio sniu slnud nnd
t(jc b'lcaelici-s will ,bu .Vft Ti.
'I'lie lo'al lii;tjpiat,s arc v0rkin5
liard to huvo. lliinjJH in rc.iditit'ss by
tlio opcniiifr oil tho season. Maini
cr J-'onl lJnunm will avrivo in tho
city TiK'Jklay mid mako prepara
Uons' tp receive tho players wlio
are to report -hero the middlo oE
'flie biuielKill official!? are having
no" trouble ilusposlng of Ihn $;!.
0t)0 stock issue. Iocal business
men realize that tho team is a
jjood tlilii; i'oi- tho city and aro
not slow in coming across with the
funus to, )ut the club on n solid
financial ibasis. '
The homo plate has. boon locat
ed at tlio southwest corner of tho
site at thn intersection o- Hello,
l'finttfino avomin and tlie O. U.
and At. railroad. Tho field is laid
so that the batter face,' northeast
'and bats iri that direction. The
right field will bo the silu field.
The natural drainage of. tho prop,
erty is excellent "and. iittlo grad
ing' will be necessary to mako'the
park as good as any in tlio leagiid.
Tho site is located just: Over tho
coiioration line ami a long fly
over the right field iVnco will land
in the coloration. As soon ris the
lumber is delivered at the grounds
a largo gang of carpenters will
be placed at woKc. It Ls Jlopod
tluit tlio- park. will bo completed hi
timo to play .1 number or exhity.
tion games before the season open.
Chamberlain's Couh Remedy
MbdidncH that alii nat'uro are aL
way;".m08t ClTectmil. nhmnhorlnln'a
qout-u "'Jilcmofly nets on (IiIh plan.
i! Jinnys jpo cougii, re'.lcvcs tho
Jungs, aids expectoration,- opens tho
secretions,' nnd aids nature in re.
,1orhiK the system to a. healthy con
dition. Thousands have test'lnnii 6
ts superior excellence. For salo by
OLD VIOLIN S01D
, -FOR JUST $1008
New York Lecturer Buys In
strument at Waldo.
Jacob Akron Owned a Music Box of
Italian Make Manufactur
ed in 1723.
Jacob Akron of Waldo, jwssesscs
a violin. sail to bo ono of tho
oldest in the country and a low
days ago lie 'received a letter from
fleorgo U Aldcn of New York of.
fering him $100(1 Jn cash for , tho
instrument . Tlio violin is of Italian
imiuufiicturo and boars tho dato of
Allien JcclliVcd on tho Waldo
citizen's lecture courso a few
week.- ago and happoncd to pick
up-'the instrument, while slopping
at Akron's home. ir immediately
U'i'ogifizct., h; trade mark as being
a fauiiljar latfnma.ko add immedia
tely noted, tho marks. Alderf' stnln
in Jiis letter that ho had traced
up tho history o tho instriimont
and toitnd that ifwa's oho' of'tho
first, ever unmnnfaoturpd in Italy'
andjis otVlnglt value, onfio'quontlV
-he Aftgrftt , .100bi 6poti,as!i. Qg
ron hnsiacccptod tho offerivjd the
instnimeijt. wiltho" sent to' New
i one in a 1 tyy ln.ys;
Plies are dajlgerouimt ,iQ not'
submit to' an opofatlon imtll you
have (list tried .Man Zan the qrba't
Pllo Remedy'. It Is put up Jn col.
Itipsillo times with4 a jiolo'"that
allows It to bo applied exactly where
It Is needed. If von hhva iinhinn-
bleoJIng or,'prptrildngJprBfAn(l Man
Inn rinan YUAt. tv,1Iao ' T.4?...: r.iiJr.
do8.vij6t. rolloye, ' ony'1f'r51
1. Robthes and 'eola.1 &.
of once. ' V' "v UV
Miss Laum A. Sloulter nnd Mr.
Cjinjrlcji, Starpy, yjll known
young peopwoi, Jiorrai, wore mar
ried nt o.ojjel'jw Sunday ovcnlng by
ile.v.. fleorgo t' .tlartiftrd,. pastor of
tho Frco - h&iUst church, nt liU
hotnc on' SouUi&lato fltrctt. ThoV
l irinke. tlTeli' homo on n farni
the" SstitthOrs will meet Tuesday
eveninc nt tlibhome of Miss Ksflie
Par. oh JUi Inspect street.
A veiypreHy wedding cere
mony was solemnized at the home
of CSlr. liiidv Mrs. James Minnrd
of Kenton iyVvenue Kastor after
noon wlicn tneir eldest daughter
Carrie U. 3litiaVd was united in
maniagc to M'rT Albert W. Fund
ermark rtf'OliJyblnnd, Ohio.
I'romptiy at' tho nppoiulM hour,
six o'clock, in tho prosenco oL a
company of- guests numbering
nlwnt forty-five, 'Hcv. 1). 11. Hiiil
oy siwko 'thn impressive Ceremony
Hint unilcd thelivns of tho young
people. Thb home was beautifully
decorled for tlic occasion in palms
and Master lilies.
Immediately"' after tho ceremony
tho wedding ptosis were invited to
llio dining room: where nn elaborate
folir courso'-' wedding dinner was
served. Tliojplhto favors were
carnations atiii the bride's' table
was decorated in Kaster lillics.
Tho brido'is an exceptionally' at
tractiec young' lady possessing
scores' of friend's avIio will extend
congratulat'drisy'Tlie grOom is nn
export elect rieiah employed in the
sen'ico oi; tho ' Cleveland electric
company. 'Mr: nnd .Mrs. Funder
nlark lef I ' WeVlhostlay tnorinng for
Cinoiiinati where they will spend
several days visiling friends after
which th'ej take- tip their residenco
Mi? mid Mrsi F. B. Disliennett
and MisrArtnn: MiddlctoiV .Sunday
went to llroadway where they 8ent
tho day thb 'ghosts of tlieir fatnor
Mr. 5loah nisbennett, who was
celebrating lxhJfAh b'u-thdny hnni
voisaiy. At tho noon hour a fino
dinner was scrvedj places being
laid' for forty,';1. ,
Tho aftempx jvnsi spent in
irames and social )( chut. Mr. Bis
bennett whs a; recipient oC a
goodly number pi' ipresents.
Tho Little. Lights s.oC Litoraluro
mel? .Saturday flemoqii at U:30
o'clock t th'oir homo!, of Miss
Finances' Fjyioir -AVcttt' Church
street. Roll call was fanswercd by
quotalioiis' from. "IJayard Taylor.
Miss Fnyc Hubef raaxl' nn interest
ing paper on "Ills" "'Work and
Rank;" Thfe cloRdd -.ilio literaiy
program. " '".
A guessing contest was enjoyed
iii which Mis.s- Joan'.Vftttktas" won
thofirst prize and Miss, Evangeline
Jenkins tho consojiitibif prize. Miss
Jenkins was tho only guest of :' tho
Tho club moot-s iil'lwo week.'
with Miss Fayo HtilioK of( South
Givouwood street ns'hos'tcss,
Muss- Grace Deiiiilai? o South
Sfiito street onlorfailid' Saturday
uvvning with a six o'clock' luncheon
honoring her liouso"'. Ugliest Miss
Mary Young of OliSflhi.,".' Covers
were laid for twclvof f"
'Miss Nora Ponn pleasantly cuter.
talnod a low friends Sunday after,
noon at her homo on. North .Main
street. Tho hours fro'mvS to G woro
passed In various social' diversions,
Miss Laura M. llcrrn and rr.
Dcniamin V. flreen wore married
jit '2 o'clock Sunday huqrnoon by
jiev. ,u." Ki. riau, pastor -oj: tnc
iVntral Christian cii'iVrch, at hia
homo on Pearl strpet'r':'y. They will
maki fhelr houip onjO-'arnf near
Mr. John Will ami wMiss Boulah
Loudcnslager wore quietly united
in marringo at tho -Wesley M. E.
chnroh parsonage at- 3:16 o'clock
Sntnrdny afternoon.' Tho corcmony
wn? pcrfoniicd by Kovj C. K.
Hoivloy' iirtjio prcsonco 6f but n
few witnessitig friends ai)d rcla
iyes. , tr -
" Tho lnidn irf Iho .dnnirlilee of
Woii l)Vdcnslagc'r' bf ' near Agos
ta. Tho groom is n'-'iprosjioroiH
ypung fapner no or neai'" Agosn.
Tho, "young" 'people has tho best
Wishes pt many ineihu. Thbv
will rcsido on the groom's, farm
!.V jnjlp sfflth. (if A'ffo.tyji
Mineral y sovviccs Wtstiv'xibo vc?
main? 'of 'William; AVaVlpli whoso
qealji occurred 111 Waldo last
TlnuMay, wero coiidcnlod from ho
Wajdo Metljodist church afc.'vll'0
o'clock Sunday afternoon, Rev.
C. C. Coil; officiating, Tlio ro
mnlns woro ' ln-oiight to this' city
and ufter short services' at tho
grave conducted hyx 9lg. S),
MiU'WJJ 'am u Mar
DAILY -t MlMtOR, Mitt) AY.
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For fiscal Year With Come
A FIVE MILLS LEVY
Recommended for the Year
for Sinking Fund.
That a Building be Constructed for
the Central Fire Department Near
thevCenter4of. the City.
Tho cilttallment of expenses, tho
codlllcatlon of tho,, pity ordinances,
and koplng as low as possible the
city's bonded Indebtedness, aro the
principal recommendations of the an.
tiual budget of the mayor which will
lw presented to the city council to.
night. The hudgnt Is Interesting In
many of Its details.
The mayor, after jollying council
a little spcahs of tha large mileage
of the city In paved street, wind-
stone sidewalks and sanitary sewers.
H(- believes that the tlmi has been
reached when the yearly addition to
such mileage should be decreased
rilthcr than kept up nnd recommends
thnt council In the futucr pave only
those streets that arc sufficiently
settled. He also requested council
to take severe action against corpo
rations that are tearing up the city
streets nnd falling to 'repair them
In regard to the market house,
thct mayor recommends that council
ronibdei the present city building,
so that the city offices and board
100ms can bo located there as well
as the ' market house, which Is now
loo small for Its purposes. Ho roc.
omnicnds that council construct a
building for tho Central department,
either on the city property or on
some lot as near as possible to the
business center of "the city.
The members of tho various city
Iwards and tho city officials are
highly commended by the mayor for
their work and Interest In the city's
Tho purchase of a motor generator,
a repeater and additional lire alarm
boxes, Is recommenced for tho fire
department. It 3 also asked that
council revise tho present ordinances
so that a satisfactory"'' method of
hnndllng tho numerous dogs and
chickens at this time of the year,
can bo lind. .Many complaints or
this nature havo come into tho po
lice hcadouarwrs ami there Is no re.
lief given under tho present laws.
The budget rocommends that tho
levy for tho present year for the
sinking fund be flvo mills as re.
quested by tho trustees of the fund.
lc conclusion, the mayor Justifies
his course In giving tho doltigs of
tho pollco court without reserve to
tho newspapers by complimenting
the press iu assisting him in stamp
ing out many evils.
Tlio budget contains reeoramonda.
lons for appropriations in all tho
city departments for tho ensuing
TOOK AWAY THE EVIDENCE.
Bridegroom's Proof That He Had Been
A Denver hotel man tells the fol
lowing story uud says (t'a true: A few
duys ago a bride and tciooui from the
country registered at the hotel.
"What are your rates for room and
board for two?" asked the groom.
"Six dollars," was the reply. That was
satisfactory,, and the two were given
a room. When they decided to leave
the groom asked for his bill. It was
24, He was staggered. "What!'1 ho
ejaculuted. "Twenty-four dollars!
That's un outrage. You said sis dol
lars." "Six dollars' a day," cume from
tho clerk. "Six dollars a day." "Six
dollars a duyt" the groom almost
shouted. "I thought you meant six
dollars a week." Tho clerk simply
smiled. Finally the groom paid over
the money. "Now," he said, calmlug
down somewhat, "wait a minute, I
want to go upstairs, Keep' thut money
In your hand." The clerk didn't uuderV,
stand, b'ut'he 'decided to humor tho
mail. The latter soon returned with a
camera. Aiming It at the clerk he
took a picture. "This Is the' highest
priced place I ever stopped at he ox
plained. "I just wanted a;, picture to,
show my friends that I wasat real,
sport heie In DenveWV Then, he' and
hw. brlile gathered up their telescope
and went out. , ,
Mantpry of. Life.
Life Is an' art In which we too
often remain mero dlleUantl; one
cannot attain puistery In ft'oxcopt by
pinirlng 'out opo's honrt's blood.
Cai'men Sylvia (Queen Elizabeth of
Part of Their Buslneu.
Wlnstcd (Conn.) dispatch says:
"Yanlioo Hchoo)marms" are" Betting
scarce. 'Not surprising, ' when one
leahip, further on, ,thaHuse'tcachors
are.'ttVa r"ule, cuod, cook." : s
i Tho amount of money you ;
S havo lost by keeping your '
I epare rooms vacant so long.
A' largo sum is it not? Mako
S up your mfnd that you will ;
loso money no longer in this '
way. Have your, ad inserted ',
; in The Mirror for a week, :
J which will cost4you p0 cents.
; Your room will thon bo :
: rented. Cheap commission to
J pay, is it not?
: Phono ads to No. S eitktr
WAX,TRD-vioHng t mlddlo-agcd
woman to do dlphwashlng for ohe
week. Afternoon nnd evenings nt
the Pico Lectures on Cooking to
be given at J)0 Y. .M. C. A. Ilulld.
ing, commencing Wednesday, April
Hid. (See large nd.s In this paper.)
i.ignt work and good pay. Apply
nt tlin V m r a .,, it.i.......
day morning between ten and elov-
fc ...u . .... v.. 4t 111 Ituillin-
WALTKIl I1AKRR & CO., Ltd.
UCTIONRRRINO-J. W. . Clark
will cry sales of every descrlptloD
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Tour Interest is mj
Interest. Office rooms, Court street.
Both phones. .Marion, Ohio.
'OR SALK 3 mouern houses on
Glrard Avenue (cast side) between
Ilellefontalno Avenue, and Columbia
street. Inquire 117 1-2 South
Alain street or Citizens' Phont
-'OR HALR-A No. 8 cook Etove,
good ns now, coal or wood. Just
half price, CC9 R. Church, or ad.
dress S., care Mirror. tf
FOIlSALEA bedroom suit, springs
and mattress, In good condition,
and will sell cheap. Call at 124
Garden Street. 3-30-3t
WANTED 1000. head of horses and
mules for the consigned sale, April
10, 1907, at Crow bhrn.
MONNETTB & 8ECKEL.
FRRR-IJusluess' courso to a capable
young man, who would like to
work short time mornings and
ove.uliigs, at the Marlon Ruslness
Colli go. Good opportunity. Call
or phono us. Citizens phone, 1050.
Bell phone, 211 y.
3-27-Tt R. f). CRIM, President.
WR WANT Your horses and mules
to sell. April 1007.
IMONNKTTR & SEGKEL.
GOpD FARM l.'OR RE-NT About
20'J ' acres, only t U nille rtjuth
of Marlon. This in a money mak
er. See us nt oiico.
OUASE REAL ESTATB CO.
WANTED Young people to join
.N'lght Shorthand Class at THE
SCHOOL OF CO.NniEROE, April
1; F.iw more may join Special
Penmanship Class. Telephone
FOR. RENT Seven room house. Dlx
avenue. Gas. drilled well and
cistern, gall Citizens phone 12S7.
Loyalty to the Worthy.
Thoro la 110 ollmr kind ot way by
which human society can bo awcetlv
constructed than that reeling of lovui-
ty Whoreliy those who 1110 worth v uia
I roveronced by those who are capable
in mveience. 1 Lai'lyle.
A collector stepped Into nn otllce,
and, secins tho debtor talking to a
millibar of lady friends, waited llll he
had leisure. Whereupon tho ilebtei
turned to the collector with a very
plen'sant muuuer and said:
"I will lend you this dollar to-day.
Cpnlo again when you aro hard up,"
and' he smiled; pno of those smiles thai
crack a luoiflug glass.
E,a3t Duffalo, N. V., April 1. -Cattle
dtecolpts 3,000 head; market
active,' 15 'v 25c higher. Prime
Steers 5.75 ifi (M0; 1200 to, HOO
pound steers, 5 5.03; 1050 to 1150
pound 1.50 S 5.35; holfers, 4.50
5.25; stoekors and federsr 2.75
Veal calvesReceipts 1,000 head;
market acllvo and 'steady. Top veals
8.25 (Jp 8.50; eull to fair, 5.25 8.
Sheep and lambs Receipts, 2,200
head; market fairly actlvi, Blieep
firm, lambs 35c lower. Choice
Iambs 8.40. 8,rj0; cull to fair, 6.50
& 8.35; yearlings, 7 7.75; wetli.
ors.' 0,50 C.7.7: owe'?, fi .0.25
liitJcod sheep, 0 0,50; cull sheen
' l M.
Daily Market Report
PAQB flEVBM .'
STORAOli WAtfBHOUSH, AND tAOjC
ing Mcclain's win pack, snip et
store your hosehold goods, mllcktyf
rtnfety; economically. Islther phota
t Hi ' . iL..u.inti6'
PUI1MG SAl.lJ -The umlondgned
will Soil nt public gala at What Id
coinmonly luiown ns tho Fred
Kninw farm, 7 1.2 mllen tfcutHcaht
of Marlon on CAnaail PIko. Thurfi.
day, April Ith, commencing, at
12:;l0 p. in., it bitiod
inllelt cows, jtnmg cattle,- i?)r)i
horses, farming impietricnti;. etc",
a-ss-ot VRffloit. ,'crtffl.
Pl'IHdC SAIJi:t,;lmjrcsidonco 'of
John M. Itltzlor, o;i Lcltoy Owons
farm, four miles south of Marlqn
on C. l). & M., Friday, April G;
Seven head, good work horses,
eight head of cows and calves,
forty-eight head of hogs, s'e.Vcntooh
head of flno breeding cv.'os with
lambs by side, one hundred hens,
complete line .of farm Implements
and household goods, nil practic
FLORA M. RITZLHR,
Iy Charles o. llltador.,
t ... ntl.T-tt wffr .
' ',",;, ' ' V MWZ ",0U80 T,'
located at S. I. Cases' .residence,
u. ou.i corner uoiumuiii street
1 CAN SELL ' '
four Real Estate or Business
No Matter Where Located. '
Properties and Business of all kia
sold quickly for cosh in all parts
'of the United States. Don't wait
Write today describing what yak
have to sell and five cash price o
sado. ' "
IF YOU WANT TO BUT 1
any kind of Business or Seal X
tato anywhere at any price writ
mo your requirements. I caa lairf
you timo and money. ' ,
DAVID P. TAPP, t. j)
THE LAND HAN.
415 Kansas Avenue
8EVENTEEN YEAES su
This is tho seventeenth year Lima
Business Collcgo has been in sac
cessful operation in tho city of
Lima. It is now one of the larg
ost privato schools in the, wast.'
Many a young man points with
prido to tho fact that I19 is gradu
ate of- Lima Business College,
Many a .successful .businosa.taaa
owes his success to the thorough
butness training he received there.
..Seventeen years of successful, ef
fort as a business colloge is no
moan record. Seventeen years of
steady growth, of a business doub
led twico in, that time means" .thai
ib has merited what it has gained)
that it has met, tho requirements o'l
a modern business age; that it ha?
turned out students who havo she
cessfully held tho positions furnish
ed to them; that it, has established1
a rocord for honesty and squats
dealing; that it is recognized as ohe
of Ohio's best Institutions ,c$!
learning. Bookkooping or Short
hand courso $30. ,
For information, addresg,
H. W. PEAHS President.'
MASH A NOTB-01 tft XMiMm' af
yonr own which yon would like to
"turn into aoney and tkM stM
a little private aarenislns; ea')
Hogs Receipts 12,7.p)0 head;
ket active. 15 Q i'Oc hlghor. York-
era, 7 7.0C; pigs, 7.05 7jtQ;
heavy and mlxe dgrades, 7 7t05:
J roughs, C 0.20; stags .1.75. '.'.''
Cloveland, April 1. Hogst-Rccelp't
33 ears, shipments s5o; higher.
Yorkers, C.flO; mediums wrf heavies
0.85 0 O.DO; best plg3, 0.85 000;
stags and roughs, 4 0.10.
Calves Receipts 500; lower. Good
to extra 7.50 & 7.75; fair to good
0.50 7.25; heavy and thin, 5 (JiC,
Sheep and lambs Hoeolpts 4 cars;
steady. Sheep, good to chdtco weth.
ers, 5.50 0; choice owes, $
5.50; fair to jood 3.50 4.50; culls
ami common 2 3; choice year,
llgs, 0.50 7; fair to good, 5 fM;
godo to extra lambs, 8 8.23
fair to good, 7 7-.50. '
Cattle Recolpts 20 cars: steadv
Good tb extra dry' fed I2gV- WiJaau
iand upwards, 5.40 c.7isamo
Hunter weights, I'Biiaoep Gi',Vgooa
butchors. 4.05 4.SG;i,alc;T5
4.25; common light 3.50 3.'75;
common, 2 3,
Toledo, April 1 .Wheat-Cash '7S
1-4; May 70 12;, .September-- 81
Corn Cash 40; May 40 f 4; July'
47 11; Soplcmbcr 47 7t8. '
Oats-Cash 44 14; May 43 1S-4:
Jtilr 39: Sontombor 34. 1
Glovorseod Cash 0.30:
October 0.80; prime nlslko,
Prlmo timothy .2.20.
Ryo-No, li 71; !o, , (la
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