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January 31, 1938

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PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 31. 193S. NEWS OF DAY. AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Special to Tho Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 31--Jacob Kelster, 94 years old, died Sunday morning at the home of his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McCloy, or 29 High street of infirmities ol old age. He was the son of the late Wr. and Mrs. John Keistcr. His wife, Sareh Mauk Keister, died some time ago. Mr. Keister had made his home with the McCoys for the past eight years. He was a member of-the Alethcdist Episcopal Church. He is survived by one son, Alvy Keister, of White Plains, N. Y.; one granddaughter, Mrs. Charles O'Roark and one grandson, H. J. Keister. Removal of the body will be made to the Methodist Episcopal Church Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock where it will remain in state until 2 o'clock in the afternoon when the funeral service will be conducted in charge o£ Rev. J. E. Lutz, pastor Interment will be made in Scottdale Cemetery. ' Frick Office Week. Shortened. Announcement was made Saturday at the-Scottdale offices of the H. C Fricfc Coke Company, that begio.ning this morning, the office"men"woulc operate on a 0vc-day week. "It means a wage cut of approximately nine per cent. It has been the custom o the office to work five and one hall days a week. Evangelical Communion Dr. G. A. Collins, district supcrin tendent of the Evangelical Church administered communion at th Scottdale church Sunday evening fol lowing' the evangelistic sermon preached by Rev. G. A. Marks o Deny. Birth at Hospital. A son was born at 12:45 o'cloc this morning to Mr. and M:s. William Shannon ol this place at Frkk Me morial Hospital in Mount Pleasant Both mother and son arc gettJn along nicely. . Cribbagc Winners Announced. The following winners in Ihe sec ond round ol the cribbage toi:rna mcnt held at the borough.building o Friday evening have been Hnnounccd Table No. 1, Walter Colborn an Frank Parker, 6-4. Table No. 2, Walter Haines and H E. Yoho, 6-4. Table No. 3, Edward A. Palme .and F. Whalcy, 6-3. Table No. 4, Harry Lynn and 5. E Brown, 6-5. Table No. 5, Roy Baker-and T. H Hutherford, 8-1: Table No. 6, Charles Lewis and-H Collins, 0-1. Table No. 7, F. Raishart and P. J Eckmnn, 6-4. Table No. 8, C. Pritchard, Jr., an George Ferguson, 6-1. With new partners these winnc will meet Friday night at the bo ough building lor the third round. Vesper Service Held. Rev. M. M. Snydcr used as his sub je'ct at the vesper service Sunda evening, "What Arc ou Worth?" I also used stcpeopticon slides hymns. Day of Prayer. Sunday was observed as the flr quarterly day of ^prayer by th Christian Action Crusade, with co tage prayer meetings and lami altars being reestablished. Scouts Feed Game. The Scottdale Sportsmen's Associ lion has furnished food for sma game in the vicinity ol Scottdale, an members of two patrols ol Boy Scout Troop No. 2, have been, scattering it . far Junction, Dawson Youths Enlist in Army UNIONTOWN, Jan. 31.--Although nlistments arc temporarily sus- cndcd, applications lor scrvcie in 10 U. S. Army arc being accepted at us time, Sergeant James H. Smith aid, adding it was planned to .re- sume recruiting on or about February 1. The enlistments prior to the suspension announcement Included: Michael Franko, Dawson, to Air Corps, Langley Field, Vn., and Alec Tcrpko, Star Junction, to 12th Infantry. Looking for Bargains? II so, read the advertising columns ENGLEKAS AWARDED $1,410 DAMAGES SOMERSET, Jan. 31.--After two lull days ol testimony and arguments, a jury in Somerset county civil court returned two verdicts for the plaintiffs--Waller A. and I. A. Engleka of Berlin--in trespass actions against the Baltimore Ohio Railroad in the amount of 31,410.85. r Walter Engleka received $1,085.85 for hospital and doctor bills and loss of earnings since his injury In a truck-train collision on. February 10, 1930, and his father, I. A. Englelcn, was awarded $325 for loss of his truck in the same crash. Use Our Classified Ads. They bring results. Cost Is small. High School Class Of 1928 Will Plan Reunion Tuesday A meeting ol graduates of the Class of 1928, Connellsville High School, AU members of the class "Vho ore interested in a reunion are requested to be present. / Doze Costs S30. PAMPA, Tex., Jan. 31.--C. E. Gary, former Gray county judge, has been called for Tuesday night at I dozed oft and awoke to find his 8 o'clock at the Phalanx rooms m the I trousers missing--also $30 in cash. Y. M. C. A v for the purpoic of making plans for a reunion. The pants were found in a nearby vacant lot, but not the $30. Total oxpondlturon for tho year 1937 Repayment of loans . Total -Transferred to Sinking Fund Commlsslo: Balance In Treasury Jan. 3, 1938 -- COMPARISON OF 1936 . Receipt 1936 1937 TOTAL BOND RECEIPTS ISSUES 4 TEMP. LOANS $1,808,293.41 {1,439.732.32 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1938 Jl.325,962.82 1937 $1,491.623.10 ST Appropriation No. 'A" Tax Liens "B" Delinquent Taxes "C" Current Taxes ,, . 103 Public Building! 104 Elections 112 Recorder of Deeds 113 Telephone Exchange 116 Register of Wills 117 Sheriff 118 Coroner 119 Prothonotary 120 Clerks of Courts 122 District Attorney 125 Conn Expenses 126 Justices and Aldermen 135 County Jail 140" Charities 14S Mothers' Assistance 166 Miscellaneous C56.947.22 233.000.00 R E F U N D E D TAXES TEMP. LOANS 8. F. TRANSFER 642.872.27 617,415.67 Receipts Total 168 Temporary Loans -Balance Jan. 4. 1937 . Total Total expenditures for rear 1937 Payment of loans T.aasfcr to Rood Fund Balance Balance In General Fund, Jan. 8, 1931 R E - F I N A N C I N G RECEIPTS Total Receipts Balance Jan. 4, 1937 Total -- Expenditures for year 1937 . Transfer to Road Fund Balance In General Fond. Jan. S. 193S (Includes {14,000.25 jRo-Flnanclng Funds). Appropriation No. "A"--Tax Liens "B"--Dellqucnt Taxes 152--Roade and Bridge 168--Temporary Loan Transfer Irom General Fund Transfer from He-FInanclug Fund . Total Balance Jan. 4. 1937. Two Local Youths Join Naval Service Two local youths were enlisted in the U. S. Navy through the Uniontown Recruiting Station. They arc Robert W. Winflcld of 1406 South Arch street, and James I. Hall ol 1402 South Arch street. These young men were sent to the U. S. Naval Training Station at Newport, R. I., for a three month training following jwhich each is _ usually granted a furlough to visit his par-j ents before being assigned to one of the ships in the fleet or learning the fundamentals of a trade at one of the-Navy trade schools for which he is best suited, according to J. J. Mato, chief machinist's mate, United States Navy recruiter there. Payment of Loan . Transfer to Sinking Fund Balance In Road Fund Jan. 3, 1938 STATEMENT JANUA Ro 'Appropriation No. "A" 2% commission on Returned Tai Balance, January 4, 1937 165 Commission paid to Tax Collectors Balance Jan. 3, 1938 Sfafe Supervisors Convention to Open At Alfoona on Feb. HARRISBURG, Jan. '31.--The annual convention of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors will be held in Altoona February 8 and 9. WHAT CATHARTICS DO TO YOU! Harsh pills and purgatives often over-stimulate your Intestines ... and Icava them weak and listless. If your constipation Is of the common type that Is duo to insumclcat bulk, there's a better way to treat it. KcllOEE's All-Bran supplies the bulk you need. It absorbs moisture and softens like a sponge. This, watcr-softcnca mass aids elimination. But All-Bran docs still more. It contains vitamin Bj... the vitamin that helps tone the Intestinal tract. Eat Kellogg's A51-Bran every day and-drink plenty of water. Made by Kellogg In Battle Crcelc. Appropriation No. "A" Tax Liens "B" Delinquent Taxes "C" Cuncnt Taxes (1937) Cash receipts, from county homo Temporary Loan Balance Jan. 4,' 1937 Balance In Poor Fund Jan. S, 1938 - Appropriation No. "A" Tax Liens "B" Delinquent Taxes "C" Current Taxes (1937) 169 Interest on Bonds Owned Total Receipts Balance January 4, 1937 Total '. Interest coupons paid" Interest paid on Road Bonds, 2-10-37 -- 7-KW7I I Redemption of Bonds State Tax on Indebtedness Purchase of Fayette County 1% Kunduig"¥onds Balance January 3. 1935 National Dapoalt Bonk, Brownsville, Pa, Second National Bank. ConnoUsrllle Pa, " Pitt National Bank. Pittsburgh, Pa, First National Bank. Scottdale. Va. _ State Bank of Smithflold, Smlthflold, Pn. Second National Bank, Masontown, Pa. UAL REPORT OF THE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA receding Page) r U R E S B74, 9.ni.lH tKF.nnn.nn . . $l,nM207« ,r, «U,1ft7.« aa,n2.4n *1,623,3S7.00 J1.6:3,387.0G rCEIPTS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S ft« NET I N C R E A S E DECREASE kCTUAL RECEIPTS ,151.346.18 ,206.752.32 55.386.13 TURE3 NET INCREASE DECREASE ACTUAL EXPENSES 683.050.ER 874.207.4! 191.116.SS G E N E R A L F U N D 3, 1938 s A m o u n t -t 67.612.70 -- ,. - 52.1 SO.! 4 93.72 A t«4 r.n 15,917.65 , - .C7 1' S"il fi? ~i tai 13.970.35 , - ;0,*1705 8.533.50 t »r.r no 24.835.32 , , ?M sr. r.'.- on ACtM u n n 7*,4"T 71 f tit nn-rtl 170 00ft V) j n » t f t 7 S % 85? S?$ 5* 1 TURES _ 1 T3fl.«75r.j .. . ii^non.fio fi?l .Ul )S8 » U41.65 NQ FUND ra $ ? J i n n . VftQ.tM) . , ,, ( :«,ii«.«s T U R E S -J 5.114.7$ . 4.99J.42 J 10,114.15 14,000.25 1 15,341-90 Funds). F ROAD FUND f 3. 1938 Ipti $ 3CS 03 3 q O 61 I T U R E S 40 000 00 F S U N D R Y F U N D Y 3, 1938 Ipt* 8 paid, 1037 -- $ 2,328.35 6717 97 $ 9 046 3 ITURES F POOR F U N D f 3, 1938 ·Ipto · -- ? 12 45-1 79 9,338.77 80 333 77 ? 145,840.9 ITURES 337 --$112.667.82 8 $ 18,183.1 MG F U N D C O M M I S S I O N Y 3, 1938 IIPTS Amoun 37.127.8 - -- . 3.725.0 p 100.0 T. Bridge Tolls Acct 800.0 ·m i fp -- "*~ ~"~" * 264.6 . * 461.371.8 $1 336 992 2 ITURES ' .? 146,108.75 , . 473 ftO» 00 - -- 1149007 Ing Bonds _ 2C.OOO.OO 650.179.2 -- J 630 S13 0 OF BALANCE o Intorett per anrfum. 31.500.00 *. 10.000.00 ». 113,000.00 K9Z.OOO.O CASH ON DEPOSIT, NO INTEREST CTIVE ACCOUNT; econrt National Dank, Unlontown, Piu ? 18,551.21 ocond National Bank, .Masontown, Pa. 3C.892.27 55.848.48 [aims Filed for Sinking Fund Deposit* In Closed anks, y Now In Process of Liquidation: nyolto City Nnt'I. Bunk, Fayotte City, Pa $ 96,522.00 Secured by MortKases nBsicnod to the County of Fnyetto. aEKrecatlnif ,, - .(78,922 93 Firm National Hank, Maaontow n, accrued Interest -- 2,184.02 $ 102.400.23 (Principal recovered). BONDS O W N E D BY S I N K I N G F U N D COMMISSION FAYETTE COUNTY BONDS ar Value Series Coit 6.000.00 HlKhway Bonds. 414%, duo Doc. 16, 1629-$ 6,000.00 20.000.00 Hlghiniy Bonds, 4 H%. duo April 1, 1942... 19.995.17 20,000.00 Highway BomlH, t'A'fc. duo Dec. 1, 1952- 18,500.00 655.000.00 Funding llonds. 1%. duo July 1, 1046 -- 655.000.00 000,000.00 » 598,495.17 t 598.495.17 OTHER BONDS 25.000.00 Puerto Rico Gold Loan Bonds Series "B" 6% duo Jan. 1. 1942-52 t 25.548.23 45,000.00 Herman Township School Bonds, 6V4C» duo S»rlnlly jK.nnn.^n 70.000.00 * 70.648.23 70,548.23 670.000.00 (Par Value) (Cost) J 669,043.40 S U M M A R Y O F S I N K I N G F U N D COMMISSION HOLDINGS a«h on deposit, no Interest 65,843.48 ash on hand -- - 32,969.57 onds owned Co«) 669.043.40 liUms filed ncalnut defunct banks 102,400.23 Tot^l J1 1CS 5CK Ct C O M B I N E D STATEMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS J A N U A R Y 3, 1938 Ccncr.il fund bn.ln.ncn ' * 15,341.90 toad Fund bKlnnre ... 9.798.76 *oor Fluid balance - - - · 18,183.13 TottI . . . - » 61.255.69 COUNTY FES STATEMENT OF R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S RECEI Recorder R*fllater Paid br UUr»nto .tn.X9a.ss is,2Sl.X9 P«Jd "by Cou'niy ' 1.527.20 TOTAIfl - 116.917.65 13.281.89 IVIIAIO E X P E N D ! Cjilarr of Orflco -. . i.ooo.aa i.oan.oa "'ajiei ui Clerks und Dnpntlm ,. $.aioflo e,3iE.oo Ei"pens« of Sheriff and Bcputlea TrvpMS fift.nniw in.siRnn NET GAIN OR LOSS. Ttrrrtnfir f i r . , H ? R K 13,-!1 «· SUdltuTM .., - 10.310.00 10.316.00 Vet Gain or Lo,. _ HOMJ g *M| G TOTAL DETAILED STATEMENT OF THE 1835 TAX DUP Di.trlct Outstanding P Collector Dec. 31, 1936 A / BrUc. Vcrnon ROTO *"»» Schialdt 1 4.318.40 nTiTiriiiivme DOI-O KVnnnth Pnrtor _. _ -n Iflftfljl F. loTw?"" w. w v-rnv s'noo«« n n k i TKD K K nl " h "- K R "" iTMi-.iiiinii«Tiii ft pitv -..-- · r - K - M ^Kfisfm __,,_, 31 542,93 S C t £ IKT-rV"" S Xf. Knhlm^ *W« Swio^Soro - - Albert V. Monff U61.94 Dun b IT Bnro . - ·- Jo*i«ph P_ Mlllnr a,*»lp.2fi Dunbar Twp . . . . --In*, ntirnn mi ,.,, , l? 77-7.fi*? r\*omon Uoro · .Kom T. Gr^tr .. 3451,70 rilrcbanco Boro .. - -^^hln A. nuthHn n,Kf:R ns i'^iyotto City Boro .. ..,.-- Oh**. I*. in im p*i r 1f t fi .. 3,^70. 17 Frinitirn *Twp _..-.. ..P. Elroy Rpilth _. _,,,,, 4,300.47 Jofforeon Twp --- ...--R. K. Smoiisn ..._. ^_ 31,1M.0.1 Ij3"wor TjTono Trvp _,,,-. __Prunk A. Tarr ..__- 1,626.07 T.uzornoTwp - F. *- Mooro S3.244.41 Manontown Boro __.,_- ,»,-Tho«. Hj Wrfpht 0061.44 Mcnallcn Twp, , , -- ...... --...Topoph B, MrCny _...... 7,999.74 North Union Tu^p. -._-.,. A«« If M n r t l n -.._-_ 21 ?63f£2 Salt Lick Twp -, _ _ H , T Mlnftnl . .. 3 254 JW Smlthfiold Ifriro .___,-. -,..., -- ., R B. WTiool^ry _, .. 2,485.83 Sprinphlll Twp, _...,,__ -- . ..Mnrfinrftt. TTiirchlnnl _ 13,105. S» Unlontown CUT - --- .. .. .T P. K^rforrt 78 124 R2 Vftmlerbnt n «rr , ,.,T. W, ^pll«y . 1^9. P« Wharton Twp. - ...^^.....^.-EstellR OM' par y _. 4,536.42 ' Tfttalu f ^ O ^ f l A 1 DETAILED STATEMENT OF 1 District Collector Duplicate Bollo Vcrnon Boro -- .- - -- ..Anna Sohmlrft. - _..,,..! 11,547. Brownsville BorA ,_.---. , . . K«nn**th 1'ortcr .. ___.... 51^45", Brownsville Twp. _ _ -W. W. McCoy 6.636.' RullBkln Twp .... . _..... F K" RIcliry _. _. , m 11,230. Connoll°villfi City - ... d K MrK^sfion 91) 057 Iunbnr Twp *«» nnr^» (LT run Bvcrgan Boro _, - .Nora I* Groin --- - fi.HOR. Fairchanco Boro . Urbln A. Gtithrlo 8,717. Fayette City Boro . , , . .- _.TM Chtur. L. Hun^phrl^ff . . 7,y-S7. Franklin Twp. _ -- - .3. Elroy Smith _ 25,672. German Twp. -- Jamos 1. Fornwalt -- - 83,391. Henry Clny Twp, . . . -- C, C Show _. __.._- 3,872. If-\i7"ni«» Tw p - ^ r M(VMT _ . . . . _ .- t2fi,7fift. Masontown Boro -- Thos. H. Wright 18,700, Mf-nll«n Twp. . ^..--.^ , r -. Trt «, P. M^^BJT H.1,131 Nicholson Twp. C.U Honsaker _ - 14.455. North Union Twp. _ _ ARS T,, Martin 58,440. Ohlopylo Boro __ . ., ,. Mny Wflllnro . . . - 1,537. Ptrry TVp- r - -- -W P T f n t 27,Gi2 Pt Mnrlon B^ro Harold P nior^r _ _ ... 11,272. Pr-ilfitnnft T^vp , , ... , T. R. T.ynrh 7 4 . R S 2 ' Snilthfiell Bnro P R Whooli*ry . - 5 4?-S. Onn«11fl'rlll" TTorf^ , , , -n. "·, RnrVhRrdt 7,314. RprlnchlH Twp, .. , . , ., .Mnrvantt Burrh'nftl , - - , , ,, . . , . . 7^*'0, iTnlontovrn DHy ., ^ J. P. k-rf^' 2ll,B7». TT !'PT*T Tyrone "Twp . A b r n m Tn'^«' --- - - G,^KS. VnTn1rbm Rnm , .. T*. W. T?nlT*»r 2 - fl!7 ^ T ^uh1nct rt n Twr, ,., , . , , , , Anrtifrr p^Anhn^h , 17.4M. Totals - -- _$1 ^23,770. (ContQuxid SHAKING fUND COMMISSION: C.iKh balance Invented In Bonds Bunk Claims CSO.S13.05 . tiC9,043.-!0 - 102,100.23 1,152,256.6* Total January 3, 1938 $1,603.512371 AMOUNTS DUE FROM COLLECTORS ON OUTSTANDING DELINQUENT TAX DUPLICATES, FAYETTE COUNTY, 1911 TO 1934 INCLUSIVE DISTRICT COLLECTOR YEARS, INCLUSIVE Connollsvtllo City--Chaa. M. Miller 1912 Connollnvillo Twp.--Chaa. Fucllgraf 1M2-1013 Dunbar Boro.--Brnoat L. Sholbcar ... 1923-192* Dunbar Twp.--John B. Scnor 1917-1922 Evoraon Boro.--Daniel J. O'Brien --Edward R. George Fairchanco Boro.--H. J. Sochler Fayotto City Boro.--Catherine Korr GcorgoB Townahlp--E. B. Swancy Henry Clay Twp.--J. M. Thomas --C. C. Show Luzcrno Twp.--R. W. Mooro --John C. Hackney . Masontown Boro--J. A. Mclntosh North Union Twp.--Chas. O. Collins --L. J. Klnpr Ohlopylo Boro--John T. Burke ..1913-1914 _1922-1923 1920 1926-1927 1913-1923-1930 19H-1916 1931 1923 .1932 _1D28-1930 --N. W. Chlt«8t«r Redstone Twp.--Jesno B. \Vyatt --S. G. Krepps. Jr. Saltlick Twp.--Ralph Hostettlor -So. Brownnvlllo Boro.--A. J. Perry So. Connellsvlllo Boro--Chas. FucllRraf South TJnlon Twp. --H. M. Chorpennlng . -Tllden McLaughlln -Springfield Twp.--Lloyd M. Miller Kurtz . Stewart Twp -- E. Untontown City -- Alice Baor ---- Frances Kelratod - Vanderbllt Boro -- C. B. Arlson -- : ---V. K. Loezor ------ A. R. Shallenbcrger _ WanhlnKton Township-- J. S. Llndy --- \9harton Twp. -- J. W. Haines ----------Total dollnQuent taxes, 1911 to 193* --Mil --1922-1925 1919-1921 1931 1913-1914 1915-1916 1928 1918-1920 1012-1913 1916-1921 1918-1921 W30 1933 1928 1933-1934 1913 1918 1922-1926 1925 1915-1917 AMOUNT, 788.681 803.01. 2.13-1.30, 41.067.01 1 761.08 2.704.41 881.03 1.786.60 67.441.84 1.575.54 1.206.64 13.312.08! 37,148.951 711.97 2,186.16' 14.844.73| 2.350.791 170.53 1 ' 6,203.78 1 7.049.07( 4,244.34, 3.734.68, 1,027.00| 5.603.60J 13,732.42 2,267.79 710.05 23,758.44 111.036.12 290.36 6,242.391 1.50L50. '423.551 ENDING JANUARY 3, 1938. 29.68L32 13,000.00 (J yr») 10.131.80 13,868.21 35,989.81 iln: L for Ion) 29,681.32 35,989.81 «,30S.49 L. T.U3.63G 805.14 Q Coronor Z.970.35 1,500.00 5,100.00 730.45 4,430.75 S.970.35 4,430.76 460.41 L £45.85 L, X106.26 L. *rothonotiry 15,793.75 5.123.30 Cferk of Cajrtv 2.3SL50 6.1R.OO 10,917.05 10.01S.Oi 15,019.05 20,617.06 16,019.05 4.S3S.OOO 6.279.S2 O 10.177.82 G 1 8.973.89 7,340.04 .$16,313.93 S.53J.50 4,00000 3.89710 7.897.W 8.533.60 7.897.00 63C.501} 1.123.42. ' 1.765J2C Pennlty AAddl. T«x 2C4.45 S5S.3S 79.63 388.97 S.075.65 598.2S S2.37 198.23 171.94 233.49 164.44 117.19 662.32 162.31 853.86 117.76 681.33 97.59 278.S2 18.82 467.23 131.0S 93.45 205.20 53.84 123.71 516.C9 214.70 11.30 40.80 379.21 182.49 69.34 123.06 114.14 4,041.77 , 118.76 170. JO 44.6» 253.53 Cnh 3,370.55 3.3S2.G8 670.74 1,774.72 10,027.81 1.344.1S 750.6S 524.16 1.768.41 829.61 616.00 1,016.44 1,361.88 1,293.63 2,707.76 8,011.13 5,647.17 247.63 1^30.85 ' 87.98 Z.024.04 1.303.10 1.770.07 4,843.33 267.96 206.65 911.32 2,627.67 23800 534 48 407.41 3.03S.54 3CS.64 7 0 9 8 6 311.66 16.0S0.03 903.36 494.2S 715.61 1,584.85 Rebate 41 Penalty Waived 33.35 11.S6 17.29 1.77 129.2S 88.40 106.65 S9.S9 36.25 J07.70 17.15 .42 17«.99 .37 1.75 31.62 .02 Coll. Comm. 68.04 178.02 29.64 93.41 70.74 39.49 27.59 92.55 17.35 27.16 53.49 71.68 68.09 143.72 106.11 382.72 13.03 67.94 4.63 106.66 71.74 93.16 254.92 14.10 47.71 47.98 138.31 12.53 2S.13 21.43 159.SS 19.40 42.23 16.39 62.28 26.01 37.66 83.41 Seated Lands 2.503.05 16,202.81 2.0S5.96 4.219.02 21.720.24 1.560.24, 675.10 2.339.21 8,862.40 2.790.4S . 2.624.72 2.457.30 2.704.72 8,128.18 5,899.74 1,546.73 3,891.61 1.269.05 19.922.75 109.94. 6,345.61 5.131.26 4,643.33 U.709.78 420.8S 3,465.23 3.883.00 18,706.43 2.368.17 1,715.44 ' 2,353.67 10,372.03 2,256.43 11,476.19 2,291.08 52,896.63 2,525.46 833.13 2,518.62 2.5S9.36 Exoner. Duft From atlonc Collector*! 641.21 2.716.46 492.39 885.79 4.921.7Z 915.46 800.87 379.14 623.E5 2.186.24 575.89 664.61 551.84 724.51 2,049.94 3,764.77 261.81 1,445.37 193.05 2,211.69 33.81 945.73 1,471.68 703.39 4.453.30 187.70 1,869.06 1,867.69 3.259.46 667.14 248.5S 597.79 2.760.52 499.61 910.23 404.04 10.486.46 2,704271 640.89 406.58 965.20 532.33 63.15- 25*8; 86S.33-' 16,156.67 78.294.66 1L382.69 2,829.30 200,064.79 69,912.81' 4,006.63! Penalty 154.10 802.47 146.21 324.88 1770.35 141.90 C0.59 161.03 608.67 152.44 1S9.01 186.46 221.41 624.22 716.78 14253 775.32 12.26 388.84 367.46 14S1.7S 38 90 2S032 26501 S31.01 145.71 118.09 175.04 805.09 167.48 049.69 140.25 167.02 19730 .65 13,372.91 ea. Seat-ftg^i. Cash 7,993.62 31,895.34 2,461.68 4,430.86 62,947.45 8,571.25 3,003.07 1,937.86 48,165.72 2,149.91 4,670.02 3,428.03 19.699.17 57,743.54 65,363.99 1,241.92 34,032.19 2,206.14 102,892.79 610.0S 6,902.14 14,690.75 6,726.48 31,471.91 688.91 20,432.44 5,579.83 52,464.91 4,713.35 2,923.92 3,453.12 26,176.50 2,851.05 6.195.50 1.SS7.27 124,493.45 2,850.53 1.068.47 11.920.6e 3.474J7 735.479.5J Rebate 390.85 1,600.24 106.00 193.80 2,981.97 414.51 152.51 95.24 2.4S2.24 100.72 230.28 156.73 1.021.80 3.003.06 3,412.52 68.80 1.830.94 96.61 6,284.97 31.7!» 370.68 712.96 322.08 1.438.34 34.56 1,019.73 247.20 ::.C89.52 230.92 135.34 178.85 1.188.97 127.6C £33.02 89.52 C.18S.6S 114.59 59.21 626.64 192,48 Commission 186.20 718.25 129.57 116.92 202.41 15S.OS 101.97 1,045.69 113.15 104.34 86.39 423.71 1,238.06 1,392.70 65.36 695.76 110.13 2,244.12 32.10 140.86 345.43 160.72 793.42 36.26 464.16 145.32 1,207.61 109.50 72.94 ' 181.72 611.66 73.46 133.62 95.34 150.04 56.24 304.03 1S2.86 Penalty Waived S.08 65.65 24.05 3S.~K.te 14.440.23 SS.OO S*7,3«7.»S

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