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THE DIMOOBATIO BANNER hvwi fy f A' m ji iy SEVERE lirj SMlihrt By Wonn lit Fill Mrs. James Campbell, residing In the Blpe building on South Main street, sustained a fractured arm when she tripped and fell Wednesday morn ing. 8he was hanging clothes on a rope stretched over tho Toof of the building when she tripped over some object lying on tho roof. She fell for ward and her right' fore-ami was frac tured when she attempted to check her fall by thrusting it downward. A physician was called to reduce the, ' fracture. Ceiferrei Mister's legree Upon A Gins If Fair A special communication of Mt. Zion lodge, No. 9, P. ft A. M was held Tuesday afternoon commencing at four o'clock and continuing in the ev ening at 'which time the Master Ma son degree was conferred upon the following: Mr. Harry W. Koons, Mr. Riley Moorehouse, Mr. Garrett Waal kea, Mr. Jules Dessent. A 6 o'clock a delicious dinner was served in the banquet room and work resumed In the evening. The work was put on in an excellent manner by (Worshipful Master Daniel P. McFeely and his corps of officers. 4. BIRTHS 4. A son was born Tuesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shafer of Round Hill. ' DEITHS Elizabeth Ewalt Elizabeth Ewalt, widow or John Ewalt, died Tuesday evening at her home in Centerburg of cancer of the stomach after an illness of one year. She was 78 years of age and is sur vived by one brother, James Henry of Centerburg and one sister, Mrs, Mar tha Beebee of Omaha, Neb. The fun oral Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the late residence', Rev. James Dest of Westervllle officiating. In terment In Rich Hill cemetery. 4. CENTERsUJRa BJB ty Cft ts) BB fgt 49V asl BBJB ABB fBBI BB Mrs. Lafe Moore and daughter had for their house guests this week, friends from East Fairfield, Sparta and Ankenytown. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Voyles left Satur day for Indianapolis to spend several weeks. Mrs. Kate Pyle of Johnstown and Mrs, Ida Van Fossen of Appleton were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. StinBon. Dolman. Hlggins will occupy the Swetland house, vacated by O. II. Raloy. Mrs. G, H. Mllles was called to Lin den Heights Sunday by the sudden death of her little nephew, William Ulery. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baker and son of Prederlcktown, were entertain ed over Sunday in the home of J. E. Payne. Miss Olive Boyd of R. D. 1 Is criti cally 111 at this writing. Mrs. J. K. Harmer has returned to Centerburg for the winter after spend ing some time .with relatives and friends at Newark, Carlos Oberholtzer's have moved in to their new home. The rooms which they vacated are being occupied' by Dr. C. B. PcrklnB and bride.. MIsbcb .Ola .andJtUella, Brown of R. D. 2, entertained a number of friends at their home Tuesday evening. H. D. Burton has nbyed to Patas kala. 1 - " j, -7- -; Mr. and Mrs., I. M. Wolverton left today for Allegan, Mich., to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Wolverton's parents. Mrs. W. W. Pennell, who has been suffering from neuritis, left today for Hot Springs, Arkansas, for the benefit of her health. She will also visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Ward at Sear cy, Arkansas, before returning home, - CASTOR I A Ic Xafcau ami GiiUraa. TN KM Yn Nin Always IncM MASONS Bear the 1sgwrtWof ,5s. Z&ff8&& DONATIONS To The Rue Fir The Aged At. Tine Of Harvest lone Were Most Liberal -A Gilt If $300 For Tie lome; Tho members of the Woman's Chris tian Association wish to thank every one who contributed to the "Harvest Home," Saturday, Nov. 23rd, at the Home for the Aged. Liberal" donations were received and greatly appreciat ed. There were several gifts In mon ey, one of f300 to the endowment fund from Messrs. E. O. Arnold, R. I. Arnold, Harry Arnold and Miss Addle Arnold given In memory of their moth er. Other donations as follows: Mrs. O. P. Cooper 1 Jar pickles, S pts. strawberries. Mrs. J. B. Sellers 1 sack flour. 11. E. Fletcher 1 pk. sweet pota toes. Mrs. John Pontlng Basket grapes and bananas. Mrs. A. D. Bunn 1 'sack sugar. Mrs. Miser Sugar fl.OO, lb. cof fee. Mrs. J. Trimble Sugar $1.00, 1 lb. Mis. I. Atwood sugar $1. coffee, 1 lb. tea. Mrs. Wm. Bird 1 sack flour. Mrs. Lizzie Curtis sausage. Mr. O. Yauger celery, 1 bu. turnips. Mrs. W. P. Bogardus basket of ap ples. ' Mrs. A. F. StaulTef 1 sock sugar. Mrs. Will Spcrry 2 qts. tomatoes, 1 qt. peaches. Mrs. S. Dougherty 6 glasses jelly, 3 qts. tomatoes, 3 qts. fruit Mrs. J. Vlckroy 1 pk. popcorn, 1 bu. butternuts. Mrs. B. D. Herron 1 pk. apples, 3 lb. sodn, 3 cans beans. A friend 1 lb. tea, basket grapes. A friend 1 lb. coffee, sugar, pickles. ,Mrs. Workman 1 qt. pear luarmnl ade. It. G. Brock and Co. 1 bucket lard. Mrs. O. G. Daniels 4- qts. grape juice, 1 lb tea. Mrs. Lafever I dressed chicken, 1 gl&KH. jelly. Mrs. A. D. Bunn 2 doz. oranges, basket Mm. $200.. MlF. Mn . grapes. John M. Ewalt 1 tea kettle, T. D. SlmpBon $1.00. Dan'l. Bird 2 qtB. fruit and automobile ride for Ladles of the' Home. Mis. Scrlbner, Miss Turner can of peaa, can pumpkin, sack corn meal, Back buckwheat Mrs. Robt. Levering chicken. Mrs. Henry Cooper $2.00. Mrs. Belle Johnson 2 lb. tea. Miss Vine Israel 4 qts. fruit. .Mrs.'Abbot $1.00. yirs. Carl Woolson 1 lb tea. Mrs. Thomas Phillips 2 cans green gugo plums, 2 qts. tomatoes. Mrs. G. A. Miller 1 can fruit, glasses Jelly, Mrs. Bradfleld and Miss Painter 2 glasses Jelly, 3 cans grape butter, 1 cun fruit, pears. Mrs. Frank Owen 1 Jar peaches, 1 can string beans, 1 can tomatoes, 20 bars Ivory soap. Mrs. E. A. Baldwin rice Mrs. F. L and H. E. Falrchild and Mrs. B, B. Williams 1 sack sugar. Mrs. J. B. Walght $5.00. North Western Elevator Co. 1 bar rel flour. The Rlngwolt Dry Goods Co. $10.00. The A. A. Dowds Dry Goods Co. $10.00. . J. Keefer Thanksgiving turkey. Mrs. Wm. R. Wing 1 bu. potatoes 1 qt. cottage cheese, 1 pint cream, 1 squash, 2 pumpkin plea. Miss Anna and Maria Ash 3 pks. potatoes, 1-2 hu. ajples, 1 qt cream. Mrs. T. B. Cotton B lbs. sugar. Mrs. W. P.' Vandergrlft 1 lb. tea. Mr. J. Sanderson 1 sack flour. MIob Zella McClane 1 dOz cakes. Miss Jessie McClane 3 loaves bread. Gortrude Murphy basket of apples. Mrs. W. J. Vance 6 cakes soap, 2 ca' peas, 2 cans corn, 1 can baking powder. Mrs. H. J, Browning sock sugar. Miss Anna Sperry Sack sugar. A friend 1 bu. pears. Mrs. Taylor escolloped potatooB. Mrs. Ransom 1 cake. Miss Blanchard 1-2 gal. apple but ter. Women's Guild (8t. Paul's church) 3 doz. doughnuts, Mrs. J. Beann bread. Mrs. Judeon Ball flour, canned fruit, Jolly, 2 chickens. Mrs. Clark sack of hops and apple butter. Ur. Wllraot Sperry 2 bu. apples. Women's Guild (Presbyterian) sandwiches. Mt. Zlon Lodge, F. ft A.. M. brear offro, Bsnrtvirheq. pickles. Mrs, Thomas Clark 60 cents. A friend 1 qt. apple butter, 1 glast quince honey, 1 glass jelly, 4 lbs, purs nips, Mrs,- Woostor 1 qt. jelly, 2 bottles grape Juice and tea. Mrs. John Sanderson 2 cans pickles, 4 glasses strawberry Jam. Mrs. I. Rosenthall $6.00. Mrs. Thomas Bell box mixed fruit Ed. Eartlett grocery 1 pk. apples, 1 lb: coffeo. A J. Teeter 2 cans corn, 1 box co coa, 12 doz. oranges, 1 lb. candy. A friend 6 bars soap. A friend sack of apples. Mr. A. R. Blpe $6.00. Woolson Department. 8tore steam cooker. Miss Mary Coup J. pt .pickles, 1 pt. Jelly, 1 12 doz. rolls. The O. Poppleton grocery 1 scan pickles, 6 cans'soup, 2 cans mince meat. Mrs. Fred Ball and Mrs. Trenwlth- 2 qts. fruit, 2 lbs. honey, rice. Mrs. J. B. Foote, Fredericktown 2 qt. jam. Miss Lulu and Grace Ash 2 cans fruit, 1 glass jam, 1 glass jelly. Mrs. Silas Parr $1.00. Mrs. Scott, Gambler 6 glasses Jelly. , Miss Anna Barr parsnips, Mrs. Frank Wilson 1 dozen pints fruit A friend 3 heads cabbage, 1 gal. elder. i Clutter Bros. Feed Store 1 bu. corn. A friend 1-2 bu. apples, Jar fruit, $3 worth milk tickets. Mr. John R. Wilson $1.00. Mrs. W. M. Young $1.00. Mr. Hoy Simons 1 sack meal, 1 lb. coffee, matches, onions, sweet pota toes, squash, 1 can apple butter, 1 can pumpkin, 2 cans strawberries, 2 caps peas, 2 cans corn, 1 can apricots, 1 can plums, 1 can pineapple, 2 sacks buckwheat Mr. Warner Miller tickets to pic ture show to LadteB of the Home and officers Of tho Association. . . 4 i ! X I" ! f t l i 4 4 4 MONROE CENTER Miss Gladys Klnehart Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Burger, u few days. Mr. O. J. BnrtleU tost a valuable cow one day last week. Mrs. J. W. Grubb Is Improving after suffering for some time with a very bore hand. The cottage prayer meeting, was held at the home of Mr. Wlllard nine hart, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hill have moved on the fnrrnof Mr. O. E. Nixon of item- Fredericktown. Mr. Orvllle McDermott and son have purchased a new gasoline engine and feed grinder. Mr. Frank Shellenbarger has moved from this place to Mt. Vernon. The little son of Mr. and Mrs, Viun is ill with lung fever. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weaver the guests of Mr. and Mrs, II. C, M.J. were Glea- son Sunday evening. ' The Ebenezer Church has been pa pered and reseated which adds very much to the appearance. Mr. J. W. Grubb and sister, Miss Celestla, attended the funeral of their cousin, Mr. Brown, of Ankenytown Saturday. Society Notes Entertained At Monroe Mills Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Robinson of Monroe Mills, entertained the follow ing with music Saturday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montony and sons, Robert, Carl, Fred, and daugh ters, Catharine and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. John McGough, Mr. Patrick Mc Gough of Gambler, Mr. John Grubb Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wagner and daugh ter, May, Mr.' and Mrs. William Mc Gough and sons, Charles and Law rence, and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Robin sou and children, Willis and Cora. Light refreshments were served and all reported a very enjoyable time. Music was furnished by Mr. William McGougb, Mr. Patrick McGough and Mrs. C. M. Robinson. Entertained With Trimble Party The Woeata.cJub eatertalned with, a thimble party at the jjoHie, of, JMIw Hazel uowds, zou norm para street Monday evening, in .honor of JIIsb Frances Rolling, who ,leaveB, Wednes day to make her home In Cleveland. The evening was spent In sewing and music. Refreshments were served. Only A Fire Hero mt the crowd pheered, as, with burn d hands, he held up a small round ox. "Follows:" he choutftd. "thli lurklen's Arnlcn Salvo I hold, ha vnrytlilnK bent for burn"." With'' Ipo for I10IU. sprnlnrf. bruises. Sur t pllp curt. It fulrtiio- InflntmiiHtl'in Ills pain. Onlr 2.". nt. st O, R BANNER WANT A03 PAY CURE for The White Plague Is Foul h Berlli A Pkyslcln Declares That Inculatloi Will Mike A Person Immne -Test 682 Patients Berlin, Nov. 26 If Frledrlch Franc Frledmann, a Berlin physician, has ac complished what ho asserts, he has not only reached the goal that has been the heart's desire of every bacteriolo gist and physician since Robert Koch, but has also gone beyond It to a suc cess hitherto hardly dreamed of. Dr. Friedman asserts that he has not only discovered a cure for tuber culosis in every form, but that an in oculation with his remedy confers ab solute Immunity from the white scourge. How long this immunity per sists he admits that he is unable to say, but he points out that no physi cian Is able to say how long vaccina tion confers Immunity against small pox. Dr. Friedman, who has been work Ing for several years along these lines, has just announced the results of his research. The revolutionary nature of his assertions appears likely to dl vide the world's physicians into two camps. At a meeting of the Berlin Medi cal Society this week Dr. Frledmann explained the remedy and produced patients alleged to have been cured thereby. Dr. Koch, who discovered the tu bercle bacillus, experimented, It will be remembered, with methods of cur ing tuberculosis by the employment of bacilli, but was balked In the attempt to employ living bacilli by the Impoasl blllty of depriving them of virulence, Tho result was obtained by reducing bacillus cultures to about a tenth of their bulk by mechanical means, and then filtering. It was believed at first that he had discovered a cure, but there are today few physicians who regard tuberculin bb of any marked ef ficacy while probably the majority re ject It altogether. The trend of medical opinion of late years has been to regard living bacilli as alone worthy of considera tion as curative agents, and efforts have been directed toward making them non-virulent and at the same time keeping them alive. This is precisely what Dr. Frled mann asserts ne nas done, no de clares mat no nas Hucceeueu i culti vating tubercle bacilli which, while re taining the specific curtlve substances long known to be contained In them, are absolutely free from toxins and disease-producing elements. After extensive experiments on ani mals, and on himself, he began using the culture on human patients. At first he Injected subcutaneously, but later he adopted the method of simul taneous subcutaneous and venal Injec tions. In his report to the medical society Dr, Frledmann declared that he had treated 682 tubercular atleius, of whom moro than 250 were suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis. In al most every case there was an Immedi ate Improvement, and In a large major ity a complete cure. Dr. Frledmann exhibited to the Medi cal Society patients whom by one to three Injections, he said, be had cured of pulmonary, skin, bone and articular tuberculosis and lupus, as well as scrofula. He also exhibited some cnu- dren who, he declared, were the only members of tuberculous families not affected with disease, and had been protected by innoculatlon. Among the members of the Medical Society who, while holding the pro verbial reserve regarding the alleged new discovery, testified to Improve ment, and even apparent cures In many of their own patients they had sent to Dr. Frledmann, were Professor Erich Muller, head physician of the Berlin Orphan Asl'yntd: Professor C. L.,-Schleioh, head of 'th,Y!rchJV Hos pital; Drs. Karfunkel, Kuester, and Heymann, and Professor Blaschke. Professor August Bier of the Berlin University, one of Germany's leading physicians and surgeons, said: "I have sent a large number of pa tients from my clinic to Dr. Frled mann, who were suffering from vari ous forms of tuberculosis. I admit that I have been greatly Impressed by the result, although I am not yet In. a position to say that It has been proved to mo that Dr. Frledmann ,cnn euro tuberculosis. In tho nature of things such proof cannot be bad until moro physicians have had an oppor tunity to handle the remedy and ob serve "the results themselves. We must await that time before giving a verdict" Dr. Frledmann admits that be Is unable a yet to prove that Inocula tion brings Immunity, but declares that It Is as certain as anything In the domain of medicine. As 'to cures, he says there can be no doubt. Ho showed a newspaper man a let ter from a St Louis capltlalst offering him $1,000,000 for the exclusive rights to the demedy In America. He has not yet decided what course he will take but expects to put the remedy at the disposal of German physicians soon. SHOIHflliALS See farm ad, of W. C. Rockwell Farm-Land Company in today's Issue. Mr. Clifford D. McNeaf of Zanes vllle, formerly of Mt. Vernon, was In the city today calling on old friends. LOST Young white and red sow' weighing about 160 lbs. Thos. For sythe, Hunts, Ohio. Miss Cella Taugher left Tuesday for Canton, Ohio, to spend Thanksgiving with friends. FOR SALE Or trade, B. ft O. res taurant A bargain. Citizens' 847 green. Judge P. B. Blair went to Columbus Tuesday morning to make a short business visit FOR SALE Second hand hay baler In good repair; cheap. W. J. Smith, W. Vine St Mr. Clifford Bell went to Howard Tuesday morning to attend the funer al of Mrs. Philip Stull. Mr. John Davis of Johnstown, Ohio, arrived In Mt Vernon Tuesday morn ing to attend the funeral of his broth' er, M. J. Davis. Mrs. William Taylor has returned to her home in Columbus after a visit with Mrs. Paul McGorry of East Gam bler street 4 ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the un dorslgned has been appointed and qualified administratrix de bonis non of the estate of FREDERICK M'CARRON late of Knox county, Ohio, deceased by the probate court of said county. November C, 1012. OMA M'CARRON. Fredericktown, Ohio. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that thi undersigned has been appointed and qualified executor of the estate ol MARY T. GESSLINO Irte of Knox county, Ohio, deceased h- Mm nrnhstp court of said count; November 20, 1912. FRANKLIN T. GESSLINO, Greer, Ohio. 1 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed and qualified executor of the estate of HENRY B. DISNEY late of Knox County, Ohio, deceased. by the probate court of said county. November 9, 1912. LEWIS B. HOUCK, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. RATES OF TAXATION In accordance with law. I. John E. Stonebrook. Treasurer of Knox County. Ohio, hereby Rive notice that the numbeV of mills on each dollar listed foivtaxatlon for the tax year 1911 Is as follows: For State, .451; County, 2.549; for Township and Corporation, see Table. TAXING DISTRICT 1 Berlin 2 Prown , , S Brown Amity District 4 Brown Jelloway District -t E Butler Butler Millwood District 7 Clinton 8 College College Gambler Corporation U Clay Harrison District 13 Clay Bladensbura District IS Clay Martlnaburg Corporation 14 Clay Marilnibura District ...-. -. 15 Howard 16 Howard Millwood District 17 Howard Howard District M Howard Amity District It Harrison 20 Harrison Millwood District 21 Hllllar 22 Hlllar Centerburg District 23 Hllllar Centerburg Corporation 24 HIIUar-Bennlngton District 35 Jefferson .......... .... .......r. 26 Jefferson Oann District 27 Jackson i.t. 28 Jackson Blsdensbunr District 2 Jackson Fallabura District 1 50 liberty .y. 31 Miller r........t.........................-, ...... 22 Mllford ..,t-..,,-. v.. r.. .......... .,..m. ............... .... ..... Si Mllford Bennington District S4 Mlddlshuqr ...1. ....,.. 26 Monroe U Monroe Amity District 27 Morris .....;i.ly4M 38 Morris Fredericktown CorfBnition. 29 Morris Fredericktown District 40 Morgan 41 Morgan-Utlca District 42 Pike I 42 Plke-Amlty District 44 Pleasant 4B Union 1 46 Union Butler District 47 Unlon-MIUwood District 4 Union Dnnvllle Dlatrict 49 Union Danville Corporation BO Union Buckeve City Corporation 51 Union Qann District .... 62 Union Qann Corporation ' B.1 Wavne ...., f4 Wavne Frorterlcktown District 6.1 Wayne Frederlrktown Corpnn,!itnf,, 60 Mt. Vernnn Clrv 67 Mt. Vornon Pleasant Township t ,.... Office open 7;S0 to 11.30 a. m. and 1 Mt Vernen. ., Oat. 1. 112 no-4-6t Fri Children Ailments DISORDERS f tlw stanch and cMttipatiM art tkt Bott cinum tfrtMti i cliUrti. T correct them jm wifl (mi Mtlag better Ota CtakriaVs Tablet. Om tablet at bed timewS. do tbo work aid will Make yew dild bright aad cheerful the foDowiiifBoniiBf. Do not ptaish yov children by girof theni castor oiL . Chamberlain's Tablets are better aid more pleasant to take. PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. B. HOUOK ATTORNEY -AT. LAW OSea Rogers' building, No. HI BoaU Mala street, Mt Vnrnoa, Ohio. Room a and x, second moor. Luther A. stream Wm. P. Rime STREAM 4 RIMER REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Farms and city pnperty bought Mlt and exchanged. Properties rented aae rents collected. Fire Insurance a sps clalty. Representing 14 old rellablt stock companies. Accident lnsuraac live stock Insurance. Plate glass Is suraace, automobile Insurance, la fact we cam Insure any property you ma) have. Bursty bonds of all kinds. Cal1 and see us. Room 1 Slpe bldg., Bouts Main st Clt 'phone No. 447 Black ATTORN EY-A LAW FRANK O. LEVERING All business of legal nature glvet prompf'atteatlon and especially u practice In toe Probate Court Offle No. 9 East High street Mt Vernon, O New Phone, Office 104. DENTAL SURGEON E. G. BEGGS Office la Arnold block corner o East High street aad Moaumea square, Mt Vernon, Ohio. O. EL OONARD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ANC CURQEON Office and residence, 18 East Viae St Cltlxens' 'phone 62. Office hours: ) to 4 ana 7 to 8 p. m. BeU 26S R. THE PiRE INSURANCE MAN WILL J. "Doc" WELSB If you own anything, havs It Insured. Citizens' 'Phone 231 Red. 6 East Gambler street Mt Vernoa, O to 4 p. m. JOHN E. STONEBFOOK, Treaoarsr Kinm CowntV Ok. Home Made Candies lOcllp Taffies of all kinds, Peanut Candy Pudges, Peanut Creama, Assorted Drops and others. Think of it, pure home made candles, purer than any other you can buy, at the same prtee of other cheap candy that yoa get at places not exclusive eaa dy stores. You can see theae candles mado by coming to oar kitchen, then you will know taey' are pure. Be sure and see the tempt ing array of delicious sweets the next time you are In the city. MT. VERNON CANDY KITCHEN E. Caplanis, Prop., Cor. Main and Gamhirr Sts. I . II Will pay the highest prices rou nave bad in 50 years tor your Beef Hides, also Pelts, Tallow, n Ginseng, 'Golden Seal, Purs etc and more If leather goods are high. He will give to the trapper who" sells htm the largest collec tion of Furs in his own catch this season one fine single driv ing harness. For further in formation call at store. 7 East Front St. BANNER WANT ADS PAV c b 9 So I of Oi O S H U H .451 2.649 I .400 2.000 J J 6.40 I 3.600 1.800 (I 8.30 4.700 1.800 Sut " " , 4.000 1.800 8 SO " " 3.600 2.000 8.50 " " 4 200 2.000 9.20 " " 2.800 1.800 7.00 " " . 4.311 . 1.689 9.00 " 4.811 " .200 2.489 1000 ' , M00 ( 1.400 6.20 " " 7.400 .'1.400 4.S0 " " 6.000 1.400 9.40 " " 5.200 .160 1.640 10.00 " " 5.200 1.400 9.60 " " 2.800 1.800 7.60 " " 4.200 1.800 9.00 " " 3.800 1.800 8.80 " " 4.70O 1.800 9 50 " " .400 .800 4.20 " " 4.200 .800 8.00 ". 1.000 3.000 7.00 " " 4.000 3.000 10.00 " " 4.000 .100 2.900 (10.00 " " 2.060 3.000 9.00 " " 8.200 1.800 8.00 " " (.900 L900 9.80 " " 3.406 1.400 7.80 " " 6.000 1.400 9.40 " " 4.400 1.400 2.80 " " 1.700 1.500 6 20 " " 2.200 1.600 6 801 " 2.SW- 860 7.40 " " 1099 -.t.960 7.80 " " 2.600 2.000 7.60 " " 1400 2.080 7.40 " " 4.700 -2.09 9.70 " - .SM LS90 8.20 " " 4.200 .260 2.550 110 00 ' 4.280 1.300 8.60 " .800 1.000 4 CO ' " 4.600 1.000 8.60 ' ' 8.099 1.800 7.80 " " 4.700 1.800 9 60 " ' .800 2 000 6.80 4 600 1.M0 8 80 " 3.600 1.S00 7.80 " " 4.200 1.S00 8 60 " " E.2TO 1.300 9 60 " " 6.200 1.800 10 Wl " " 5 W0 1.300 1.800 10.00 " " 5.0T10 1.300 9M 5nnn I 2.000 lono " " 1.900 1.500 6.40 " I " 4.200 1.600 8.70 ' I " 4 ?no ,2W) I.R60 10 on I ' 3 9l .070 , 5.000 12 00 I ' " " 3.KS0 .270 f 5 000 12.20 1 1 9 4 B 6. 7 8. t" IS 14 IS 14 IT It 19 20 21 22 24 X. 36. 27' 21 29- -20 311 . 39 -341 25 . 36 : 37 ' St 99 40 41 I 42' 48' 46' 4T 48 49 50 61 62 53 64 55 66 17 r; V? fk M m H v ( ,V ni ! - ) 1 IV ,v M -m in i .;! 1 s ftV fil 3b '1 1T $ t YJ I.',! ' 5-i i Hi . jj t 4 Mrs. L. S. KlnnMrd -1 bu potatoei .X 'w,