THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1889.
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LADIES' GRAND SHOES
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Attend the Greenwich Fair.
The sheep are losing their, woolley coat.
Read the call for the County Conven
The fashion plates have discarded the
Very excellent prospects for a good
The scholars are looking after the red
card this week.
The potato bug fraternity are expected
at a very early date.
Two thousand copies of the Enter
fbisk was Issued last week. t
Some very fine match teams have ap
peared on our streets of late.
Chanse in time on the W. & L. E. Rf .,
Sunday June Oth, read corrected time
With this Issue the present manage
ment of the Enterprise closes its fourth
year of labor.
From appearances every branch of legit
imate trade in town la being well patron
ized just now.
Father, Mother, and Philanthropist, you
have yearned for Just such "a ;book as
Man-hood. Farm & Fireside, Springfield,
The orders of Chosen Friends, Royal
Arcanata, Knights of Honor and National
Union, will have heavy losses to foot up
on account of the disaster at Johnstown,
The painters brush has' been swung
effectually this spring, causing new shades
to be everywhere visible. This shows
marks ol enterprise that belong to lust
such towns as tho Cheese City.
A number of opinions appear to be ex
pressed adversely to the street Improve
ment The better plan would usually be
to give an untried improvement an op
portunity to be tested before an Intelli
gent conclusion can be arrived at, .
The Masonic lodge at West Salem will
celebrate St. John's day June 24th, at
Spencer. The Masanic lodge at this place
has been Invited. Dr. Garver, of West
Salem, Hon. D. L. Wadsworth of Welling.
ton. and other noted speakers will be
Capt. W. J. Trlnter, of the steamer
Oanoko ot Cleveland, was killed by his
overcoat being entangled In the steam
winch when forty milea off from the port
of Ashland, Wis., Saturday morning, his
remains arrived at Vermillion Wednes
day morning. The deceased was father
In-law to L. II. Wadsworth of Green
The lesser lights on the Bee Line will
soon make ready to pack their grips. The
consolidation will take place early In
October, and the new management will
have their friends to award, and even the
life service of trusted employei
tinder , the previous management will
have no Influence In retaining their situ
The house burglars made a more ex
tended visit than we were able to leain at
the late hour of going to press last week,
The following places were visited : S. E
Laundon, one suit of clothing taken, F. D.
Warren, eatables only, J. V. Phelon cann
OU gUUUB. LC III JI O WCIO Ul.uo IV CUWI
the residences of C. V. Hemenway, Dr.
Hathaway. 0. Sage and Wm. Young, but
By the ordinance published in this Issue
quite a heavy penalty la attached to per
I sons keeping places where Intoxicating
liquors are sold. The city lathers and law
ani Mia, ltl1. IM rlAtnnln1 ttl.l til.
voice of the people at the ballot box shall
be carried ent to the letter. What is the
use of holding an election to get the sen
tlment oi the people, and then ret it aside
bv repeating the acts as before. The
ballot cast meant Just what It aaid and
any one found violating its mandates
should not complain if they receive the
full penalties of Its provisions,
Mr. W. F. Bawtella was finally taken to
Newburg last week. It Is to be hoped
place with any Individual in Wellington,
his or her friends will be wise enough to
place them at the proper places for treat
ment. The brain la just as liable to be-
V come deceased as any other member of
U1B WUIl UVUW I - .D UV UMIMV UU
should not be looked upon as such by an
nn11tAnl nnlilts A nna If an nmnop
AUKJlllltCUS luuitu sw wmw; aw sv iwn
place fo treatment. , In nine cases out of
ten the afflicted one becomes desperate
and Invariably . seeks vengeance ' upon
their best mends, and to remove
them to a place of safety as soon as
their true condition la discernable ts the
wiser plan to adopt. . , ': .
VEEYBGD Y BUSY
BOOTS JL2ST1D SHOES.
I W m. M M
ed Bargains than ever before.
FOR $200. LADIES' PRINCESS SHOES FOR
The Myers family of Spencer, and sur
rounding towns, held a reunion at Chip
pewa Lake, on Saturday June 8th. About
one hundred members were present and a
pleasant time was had ; adjourned to meet
again at same place, June 14th 1809.
Mr. D. M. Hall of Brighton returned
here from Cleveland on the late train Sat
urday evening, and went to Foot's livery
stable to get his horse and buggy to go
home. When near the farm of D. L.
Wadsworth west ot town, a couple of des
perados sprang up from the side of the
road, one making an attorn pWro catch tbe
horse by the reins while the other it is
supposed was to use tbe revolver aud
make tlio usual demands on 3Ir. Hall but
the "little mare" being possessed of an
unusual amount of nerye and appeared
to realize the true situation, made a leap in
an instant, telling No 1 dcsp?rado to the
ground, and No. 2 falling to catch on she
sped with lightning speed until she ar
rived at Brighton. D. M. says when at
tacked, he was driving loisurely along not
even dreaming ol such an event to occur
and his nag leaving the would be robbers
so quickly, and cnntinulngat such a speed
he scarcely bad time to recover his equi
librium before his arrival at Brighton.
At a meeting of tho Woman'a Christian
Temperance Union held June 4th, the fol
lowing resolutions were read and adopted
"Whereas, In the wisdom of a kind Fa
ther our friend and co-worker, Mrs. Crad
dock, has been removed from among us.
Resolved, That as an organization we
have sustained an Irreparable loss in the
death of one of our number who was
among the first to respond when tbe call
was beard, 'For God and Home and Na
tive Land.' We shall miss her cheerful
presence, her wise counsel, her faibful
and efficient service and constant attend
Resolved, That we extend our heartfelt
sympathy to the deeply afflicted tamlly
and commend them to the Divine Com
forter." ' . V '
Closing of The Schools.
On Wednesday afternoon ol next week
the Primary grades will close and on
Thursday forenoon, the Grammar grades,
both with pleasant literary exorcises and
the public are cordially Invited to attend.
Commencement exercises on Thursday and
Friday evenings June 20 and 21st, Com
mencing each evening at 7:30 sharp. The
diplomas will be presented to the whole
class on Friday evening.
R. II. Klnmbon,
Clinrch Notes and Announcements
The Ministerial association of the Cleve
land District of the North Ohio Confer
ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church
held a very Interesting session In tbe M.
E. Church at Wellington last week com
mencing on Monday evening and continu
ing till Wednesday afternoon. The dis
cussions were Interesting, and were high
ly enjoyed by all present.
At the "Children's day" exercises held
In the M. E. Church last Sunday, three
infants were baptized and nine boys and
girls were admitted to church member
ship. Tbe attendance at the Sunday
school was large; and tbe exercises were
appropriate to tbe day. One of the ex
ercises was so Interesting that its repeti
tion was requested In tbe evening. Tbe
collection tor education amounted to f 4'
The class of W will attend service on
Sunday evening, June 18th, at the Con
gregational church. The baccalaureate
sermon will be preached by Rev. 8. D
Gammell. Singing by a double quartette.
All frienda of the class are Invited to be
Notes from Other Towns
Prof. Churchill's lecture in the Bradley
Auditorium Course, "Among the stars,"
drew a crowded house on Tuesday evening,
Tbe stereoptlcon views were fins
Ex-Govoner J. D.Cox has been engaged
to deliver the annual lecture before the Col
lege societies on Monday evening, June 24.
In the second church. His subject will be
"The Future College Work." The public
are invited J. F. Harmon has made
an arrangement with J. H. Decker for
repairing the soldiers monument It will,
be necessary to raise 60 or $100
....Elm street between Proffessor and
west, Is now all paved, and after the stones
are dressed a little hers and there and the
sides are graded up. It will not aimply
present an Inviting appearance but will
prove to be of such utility thatjour friends
residing on either side of it would no
doubt reluctantly consent to go back to
the old order of things. Let the car of
progress proceed. . . .W. B. Durand whose
reputation as a competent insurance man
has gone abroad, has been appointed State
agent of the Glena Falls Insurance com
pany for Ohio and Western Pennsylvania,
and will enter upon his new duties July 1.
He will retain his residence here and con
tinue his local business here under the firm
name of W. B. Durand Son. News.
''True Manhood" is a work that ta be
ing recommended by prominent ministers
and educators and Is endorsed by W. C
X U., and other societies fur the promo
tion of social purity, and gives a complete
history of the origin and progress ot the
White Cross Society.
Our wheelmen had the pleasure Monday
of meeting Mr. J I. R. Sturm, 64 Warrington
St., Boston, Mass. Mr. Sturm is en route
from the "Hub" to the "Queen City," in the
vicinity of which he will spend a portion
of the summer. Mr. Sturm's route was
through - Albany. Rochester. Buffalo
and Cleveland; his cylcometor reg
istered at thia place 780 miles,
which distance he bad made in nine days,
Mr. Sturm rides a 48 Inch Star Special,
thorougly equipped with all accessories ;
and he seems to be enjoying his tour
immensely. He is surely a very pleasant
gentleman, and the boys were pleased to
meet him. Touring is the chief delight
of cycling, and experiences gained there
by aic never forgotten. It mar not be out of
place to add that Mr. Sturm Is a Buckeye
and hence his many good qualities.
On Saturday June 8th, a game of base
ball waa played between the Oberlin Boys'
nine and the Blue Stars of this place. The
lollowlng lathe score:
ih rib ib bo ae
Drer. e 8 2 10 6 SO
Mitchell, p 5 .0110 SI
Russell, s-S 5 0 0 0 0 SI
Vox, lb S i t 0 11 0 4
Mm it, I I....6 10 0 1 11
S. Taylor, lb.. .4 0 0 0 2 10
cMirlt Jb...6 S t II 0 i
Alljrn. e I A 0 1 1 0 0
M.Wlor. rJ.,4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Btiswell. Jblb 5
Williams. II. B.
llorr, s 6
M. Laundon. e 4
Davidson, to.. .4
Meaker, lb a p.4
A. Laundon, r.4
Bowers, p 3b 4
Blue Stars, 0
1WQ UIP1 QIH, JJUBWCU. WUlluv. a. saw...
Bowers. Double plays, Buwell unaaslited;
Davldaonnnaaalated: May unaulsted. Struck
out by Bowers 4, ov Meaner i, by uucneii,
Cant. W. F. Morrow of Cincinnati Is in
Fred Rehz of Medina, visited friends in
town last week.
Mrs. W. S. Metcaif returned from Ksn-
aas to visit relatives.
Mrs. Cahoon ot Elyria, visited her sis.
ter, Mrs. Col. Couch over Sunday.
' Mrs. S. S. Warner and daughter, have
returned from their visit to the Pacific
Rev. W. C. Dawson presented us wilh
a strawberry measuring in circumference
Miss Emma and Robert Pste of Cleve
land, were the guests of M. W. Lang and
family over Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wadsworth, will
leave thia P. H. or to-morrow for Vermil
lion, to attend tbe funeral of Capt. Trln
ter. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Wadsworth, of
Greenwich, passed through hers Tuesday
morning on their way to Vermillion.
Ths following Is a Hit ot saelalmedlaturt re
maining la b postofflc at Wellington, Ohio
Jane 11, "89.
Miss Etta Brlggs, i Mm Laura Bailey,
O. Dell, Mlis Hester Hawkins
George Hllllnan, Mr. John Kosel, W. B. Telfal,
Persons sailing tor the above letters pleat
Qso. 0. Bosh, P. M.
Friends of the late Hannah M. Clifford
wish to add to the obituary ot her, which
appeared In the Huntington news of Tbe
Enterprise, that about fifteen years ago
she united with the Methodist Church and
remained a member until her death. She
was ths mother of seven children five
daughters sad two sons Mrs. Lydla Snow,
of Kansas; Mrs. Lois Wright, formerly
Mrs. Payne, now of Michigan; Mrs. Linda
4- aVk S-teV 4-ft. BB.al
$2.50. SEE THEM
Preston, of Pittsfleld ; Mrs. Laura Rogers,
of Huntington; Mrs. Alzina Adams, ol
Wellington, Grove Alonzo Clifford. The
latter died In the army. She left ten grand
children 'and four great grand-children.
During her long sickness she had
the careful atte of all the children.
She was a devoted wife and mother, and
charity was the leading trait of her life.
DAUGHTERS OP BEBEKAff, t 0. 0. P., ON MB
DEATH OP N. B. BOCKWOOD.
Whereas,' death has entered our order
and taket from as our brother, N. B. Rock,
wood, who died at his h'ome in Pittsfleld,
May 28th, 1889,
Resolved, That in his death our order
has lost a worthy member, the community
an honored citizen, and his family a loving
husband and lather. Only those who knew
him well and Intimately can appreciate
his many noble qualities. His memory
will long be cherished by a large circle of
When the roll call of the Grand Master
oi the universe shall awake the countless
millions of the sleeping dead, we hope
again to meet our brother.
Resolved, That we extend to tbe be
reaved family our sympathy in this their
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tlons be sent to the family, that a copy be
spread on our records, and that a copy bo
furnished for publication in The Enter,
T. F. Kenedy of Iowa says: "True
Manhood will prove of inestimable
value to all thoughtful self-respecting
young men. Subcriptlons are being so
licited for True Manhood by W. B.
McGorgan of Norwalk.
June 5th, 1880, at her home in Cleveland,
Miss Jennie Wlllard, aged 61 years. Her
reasafaa were brought to Wellington Fri
day, June 7th, for burial, where she sow
sleeps peacefully by the aide of her lather,
Truly may we say she la gone, but not
forgotten. The memory of her good deeds
will remain forever in our hearts, and
while we mourn her loss we rejoice to
know that abe closed her earthly lite in
tbe bright hope of a heavenly one a hope
she had long cherished through faith In
Him who la the way, the truth and tbe life
At a meeting of tbe Woman'a Benevo
lent Society of the Congregational Church,
held June 6th, Its sense of bereavement
In the death ol Mrs. Craddock was thus
"As grown up daughters, having laid to
ret a faithful mother and gathered in tbe
room made sacred to her memoiy cannot
at once take up their accustomed tasks,
but pause to dwell upon her many virtues
and gather atrengtb from htr example, so
the members of tbls society, in this room
In which the gentle presence of Mrs. Crad
dock' has been so often felt, would speak
to one another In loving remembrance Of
wbat she has done and what she has been
to ua and to tbe many who have been the
objects of her thoughtful care.
She was for many years the President of
our society, and any pain she msy have
felt from thoughtless criticism, from mis
judged motives, or other trials peculiar to
her position, was never made to appear.
Her calm and quiet manner, low-toned
voice remained the same. But her mind
waa too broad and her heart too large to
permit her to stop here. Her msnlle of
charity extended over the poor of our vil
lage, the needy minister's family on the
frontier, and tbe heathen in far off lands.
No home cares or griefs were made an ex
cuse lor neglecting to do for others. She
had learned the lesson so difficult to ac
quire, but so satisfactory In its results, of
unselfish service to her lellow-men, and
thus she most truly served her God."
'"Btautlfal spirit, fra froa sustain,
Oora ths htartacha, ths tomw and pain,
Th Ins Is tht glory and InlnlM gain
Thx slumber Is awtat
Peaca on ths brow and tht tyellda ao calm,
Paaca In the k eart, aeath the whit folded pa 1m,
Peac dropping dowa like a won drone balm
From the head to the feet."
M. B. 8.
KoUeeef Appointment. ,
Estate ol Normtn B. Rookwood, deceased.
The andsrslgned has been appointed and
qualified as Executor of the estate of Norman
B. Rock wood late ot Pittsfleld, Lorain County,
Dated this eth day ol June, A. D 1889.
Estate ol Frank K. Miner, deceased.
The undersigned baa beea appointed and
qualified as Executor of the will ol Frank K.
Miner late ol Wellington, Lorain County, 0.,
A. B. SHELDON.
Dated tbls 28th Day ol May, A. D-, 18W.
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
I am selling R- W. Bell's Buff-
alo Soap 100 cakes - $3,65
1 cake . - . 4ct.
W. W. Oil per gal. - - 10c
Sugar at cost.
I am paying 13 eta for eggs.,
J. Tun lev.
WANTED Boy 15 or 16 years old to
work on a farm. Enquire of J. Gannett,
Wellington, Ohio. 22tf
For pure Ice-cream go to J. B. Vermilya
A fine Gold Hunting case American
watch and Oct cigar for a nickel at E. T.
.For pure Ice-cream that will recommend
Itself call on J. B, Vermilya.
Farmer's Read This.
I can furnlxh you Binding Twine that
will measure 600 feet to a pound at 15 cts.
Grasshoppers and cricketn will not touch
It. G. E- Townsend.
Why do thev all like J. B. Vermilya's
Ice-cream t because he uses nothing but
BREAD I BREAD!! BREAD!!!
On and alter thia date the public can
be supplied with bread from the Cleve
land Baking Company nt our store. It
will be recieved dally by express and tbe
people can oe assured oi getting just wnat
they call for and that la fresh bread manu
factured from the best brand of flour and
pure yeast. Bowlby Hall.
Farmer's Read This.
E. Benedict still has 1500 pounds of
pure Manilla Twine wnlch be offers for
casb at 10 cents. by ouy interior twinu
wnen you can ouy tiie nest r
For nice cool drinks call on J. B. Ver
FOR SALE Child's bed. Inquire of
Mrs J P Eidt, Courtland avo. 20tf
Potato Bugs, Currant Worms, Calibace
Worms, &c, aie quickly destroyed by
using "Hammond's Slug Shot." It is tho
cheapest and most effectual artlclc;known ;
used with safety to man and beast tor ten
years. Sold by
zu-u Launaon, v inueciter s u.
The nicest Ice-cream parlors in town are
at J. B. Vermilya's
SPRING ARRIVALS. A full assort
ment of New Styles always on band, and
all kinds of Straw Work neatly done at
the Millinery rooms of Mrs. 8. Cady,
South Main street, Wellington, O.
R N Goodwin Is still writing up cyclone
Insurance policies daily. Now if yon want
your property paid for when it is damaged
uy cyclones piease can ana see mm.
WATCH IT! A gold watch and clear
lor five cents at Gibson's office of tbe Pos
tal Telegraph Cable Co. In Horr, Warner
8 uo.'a clock.
If you want a Cigar made of pute se
lected leaf tobacco smoke the Moss Rose
Cigar, sold at Owen Britton's Cigar and
Tobacco Store. Every cigar warranted
perfect or money refunded.
Wellington, U-, April 20, iwu.
Tbe latest designs of Baby Carriages
and sold exceedingly chesp at
llorr OS UENSCHOTKN'S.
WANTED All persons seeking tbe
best and cheapest plan of straight life
Insurance to call on R. N. Goodwin, agt.
Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beata them
all. Sold by druggists,
We have a nice lot of Baby Carriages at
very low prices. Call ana see mem.
A. G. & O. L. Coccn.
J. M. Crabtree will pay the highest
market prices tor live and dressed begs
yeal calyes, dry and green hides and pells
The Nickel Plate Restaurant
lias been refitted and cleaned up and la
now ready for tbe reception of boarders
and lodgers. Candies, Confectionery
Tobacco, Cigars and Ice Cream a specialty,
ffiesisaiau nours. xour patronage n
so licitcd. Ananias llAiir.Propr.
"That the Northwestern Mutual Life II
Kuraoce company Is the best company II
cxlsence." K. ..UOoclwin, Agent.
Try Pratt's Horse Liniment Sure cure
for all blemishes. Sold by druggists.
Bnhy Carriage! I Buby Carriages.
A full !in of Child's Carriages can be
seen at A. U. & (J. I.. Cbi'cn s.
Call and ace the luster sprsy dishes; s
crate lust in. W. E. relrce.
Baby Carriages at A.Q. & O. L. Couch's,
If you have neuralgia, cold, sore thioat
ttc, use 1'rsit's Family Liniment, Sold
WANTED: A girl ol some experience
to do general houe-work. Inquire at
The famous Oilmore Bsnd will be in
attendance at the Grand upenlp
Presaue Isle purk which occuies Jinn
Fare for round trip tl 05, vlit W.ds L. E
F. W- llarninn, Ant
Tbe W. &.L. E. By. will wll licki ts at
$4 80 for the round tilp t rntsburg, l'a.
and Return June 18 slid 10, limited to r
turn until June KJ, tw. Account fciK's
WANTED. One or two onng girls,
from 10 to HyesrHor age tueduratH liy tw
Uermsnund American lodii s Ku'l muix-
ol mus'c snd Languxgrs tmiglit. Ienii
ressohahle. Bt-nt t'levnUnd itnd loi
references. Addrtss for imril u arc, 1' O
box No. 53, Cleveland, U. 2181
Protect Home IndiifturiM
On and after this dxte I h ! clil it t
uive my customers I he Iwnetli ! .i.t vimn
In the price of flour. I will s II i--u a 2
loat for 8c tthf Star Bkery, 8 f-r 22c.
tr 50c, or 14 for $1,00 Hniall lonves cu
To bake fresh bread every day
Hnrrit k 'o.
Bread, Brrad In Larger Sue.
To my customers and tliepuiilK o ia
as the price ol flour hschnnge.l I i
selling 2 Hi lonfes, the same as C'levelnni
bread at 8c, or 14 loaves for l HO. 7 f
50c or 8 for 2, 8mall lonvi-s 5c Fro-
bread every day. Cream bread the sum
price. K. J. Itoblnson.
Free Hand Crayon Portrait work
Mrs. M. L Marshall,
Residence on N. Main S
I have Just received a quantity of Hard
coal and am ready to receive and (111
orders at lowest nosslble summer oncea.
Secure your coal while prides are low and
save money. lZ4trj u outltft.
Read this carefully and
bp governed ac
cordingly. I have on hand a fall line of
Hand-Made Harness, Saddles,
Collars, Whips, Nets, Blankets,
Dusters, Lap Eobos, Brashes,
Curry Combs, Turf Goods. Also
the largest and best stock, to select
from in Lorain, Huron oi Ashland
counties, at figures that defy com
petition for the same quality of
work. Fine work and track har
ness a specialty. Repairing neat
ly and promptly done. Charges
moderate. Trunks and Valises
ower than the lowest.
J. M. Otterbacher.
COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL!
M. L. BUSH St CO
Would respectfully announce to the oltliens
of Wellington that they are now on deck, and
prepared to take orders (or all kinds of
hard and soft col which they will sell for
cash at the lowest living prices. A share ot
your patronage Is solicited.
2M M- L. BUSH k CO.
Dr. H. E. Warren,
Office and residence In Poet office build
ing. Calls answered at all hours in city
Office Honrs 2 to & p - m.
With intelligent people? From
tbe many windy and fraudulent
advertisements that appear in the
papers and from the reading of
such we are made to believe that
such business houses are selling
goods for no profit, less than cost,
or selling a special Article at a loss
and making it up on anything else
they may sell, these blowers sim
ply say one thing and mean an
other, in order in this way, delude
the public into their stores and
then sell their goods at a large
profit by it. If they were honest
and not making money in this
wise, then they would quit the
business at once, naturally. If
the farmer raised only grain for
grain what he planted he would
starve to death and so would such
merchant In his business. Com
mon sense would say, v
Well, What of That, and
What are we Here For?
To sell goods on an hon
est, honorable basis, with the
least and smallest living profit
and make people happy. There
fore baring visited New York
City, the Centennial, and took in
tbe sights of this great show,
placed us in a position to secure
all the Novelties and Bargains of
the season in the way of
BOOTS & SHOES, .
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Under these considerations aud
the late decline, nsk the public to
call before they buy and get the
low prices of such at the store f
Wellington, Ohio, May, 1889
Siiiimkkts for Wkkk Kumno Jn . U
I'lieese 1P3 pkya., weighing 0,0: ( s
Young America tLj
Hutu r, ditiry, per tb....$0. 8 f U.12
lurry hitler lb
CUIcUcns.drcsscd.perlli. 9.07 0lH
KtfgN, perdoz 0.1U
Ham, smoked, per 1.... 0.08 0.10
Tallow, per tb 0.03
Hides, per tb 0.08 0.i4
II..., ml Ktaak 12
Shoulder 8teak ..10
Apples, dried, In quart
ers and cored, per lb 0.08
Applea, aliced 03 0.00
I4raln. Flonr and Peed
Flour, per sack (40 D,s).. II. 80 QN 1.00
Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00
Corn meal, per cwt.... 9.00 0.83 '
Chop, per cwt. .". 1 .00 1 .00
Middlings, per cwt 0.00 0.87
Bran, per cwt 0.70 0.80
Oil Meal, per cwt...... 1.60 1.4.1
Corn, shelled, per bush." 0.00 0.4.1
Corn, In ear, per bush. . 0.00 0.65
Wheat 0.00 O.Hj
Oats per bus , 0.85 0 23
floes HiDflM Pay
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