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15

SIMPLE INTEREST TABLE.

NOTE To find the amount of interest at 2)^ per cent on any given sum. divide the amount
given for the same sum in the table at 5 per cent by 2; at 3]4 per cent divide the amount at
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RIGHT WEIGHT FOR HEALTH.

Table showing the proper weights of men and women of given heights, the greatest healthy
weight of each und the lowest healthy weight for either.

HEIGHT.

Wo-
. men.

7%, Low-
idaea. est.

HEIGHT.

Men.

Wo-

K ;/.

7%
(idi/ed.

Low-

cxt.

5 feet 1 inch..
5 feet 2 inches
5 feet 3 inches
5 feet 4 inches
5 feet 5 inches-
5 feet 6 inches

Lbs. Lbs.
120 128!^

133 14214
139 148
142 152
145 155

Lbs.
110
114
121
128
135
139

Lbs. Lbs.
118 96
122 101

137 ^ 111
144.4 114
149 116

5 feet 7 inches
5 feet 8 inches
5 feet 9 inches
5 fed 10 inches
5 feet 11 inches
6 feet

Lbs.
148
155

162
1(19
174
178

Lbs. 1

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148
157
1H8
174
181

isr

Lbs.

108 "
180
186
193W

200

H8
124
130
135
139
143

16

CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.

RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES.

In this table, prepared by the department of labor in Washington, the average wholesale
price in New York and other primary markets of each article for the years 1890-189!!. inclusive,
is taken as the base price and is represented by 100. The relative price is the average whole-
sale price for each year from 1890 to 1901 compared with the base price.

YEAR.

CATTLE AND CATTLE PRODUCTS.

Beef,
freak.

Beef,

hums.

Beef,
mess.

DAIRY PRODUCTS.

Milk. Butter. Cheese.

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1S95

1896

1897

1898

1899

WOO

1901

89.5
11)9.3

95.4
103.0

96.3
103.7

88.3

99.5
102.2
113.2
111.3
UK. 6

89.2
106.2

98.8
105.4

97.0
102.7

90.5

99.7
101.3
108.3
104.3
102.1

80.4
&5.8
80.5
98. 6
101.5
95.9
88.1
125.1
118.8
125.6
114.2
112.6

86.8
104.4

84.8

102. a
101.0

101.4
93.7
95.7
114.2
115.9
121.7
116.3

10o.7
111.0
106.4
125.1
110.3
99.8
78.9
76.3
81.8
104.1
111.5
119.1

99.6
101.5
92.8
79.9
68.4
109.7
86.6
106.3
122.8
131.8
127.4
132.0

103.1
104.7
105.1
109.4
103.1
99.2
91.8
92.2
93.7
99.2
107.5
102.7

100.4
116.1
116.4
121.3
102.2
94.5
82.3
84.1
86.8
958
101.7
97.7

97.1
102 .'4
107.2
109.0
107.4
94.1
92.0
98.1
83.3
108.9
114.3
102.4

YEAR.

HOGS AND HOG PRODUCTS.

SHEEP AND SHEEP
PRODUCTS.

Hogs.

Bacon.

Hams,
smoked.

Mest pork.

Sheep. Mutton. Wool.

1890....
1891. . . .
1892....
1893. . . .
1894....
1S95. . . .
1896. . . .

1898.

I'.tOO.
1901.

89.2
99.2
115.7
148.6
112.2
96.6
78.3
82.8
85.6
91.8
115.5
134.5

89.3
103.7
116.6
154.7
111.8
96.3
73.1
79.9
89.4
85.8
111.5
132.3

101.1
99.8
109.3
126.9
103.6
96.2
95.8
90.9
82.0
93.8
104.2
109.2

104.4
97.2
99. 1
157.6
121.4
101.7
76.8
76.6
84.8
80.3
107.5
134.2

96.8
100.9
117.9
157.5
118.2
99.8
71.7
67.4
84.4
85.0
105.5
135.3

119.3

117.8
125.2
108.8
73.6
78.4
78.7
94.2
104.9
104.3
112.0
92.0

123.7
114.9
121.2
106.5
80.2
82.2
82.9
96.6
98.0
94.3
96.4
89.5

132.1
125.8
113.2
101.6
79.1
70.1
70.6
88.7
108.3
110.8
117.7
96.6

YEAR

1890.
1891.

1892.
1893
189t.

1S95.

ism;!

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I'.tOO.
1901.

CORN, ETC.

Corn.

103.8
151.0
118.3
104.2
113. T
104.0
67.8
66.9
82.6
87.6
100 2
130.6

Glu-
cose.

124.3
111.4
109.2
81.7
86.0
91.8
95.6
104.9
116.0

Meal.

100.8
142.0
114.0
105.8
105.6
103.3
77.4
76.5
83.7
91.2
97.0
115.5

FLAXSEED,
ETC.

Flax-
seed.

125.5
97.1
91.4
97.7
121.6
111.8
72.9
78.1
99.8
104.0
145.7
145.8

Lin-
seed
oil.

135.8
100.8
90.0
102.2
llo.C
115.6
81.2
72.2
86.5
94.1
138.7
140.0

RYE AND
RYE FLOUR.

103.0
157.6
127.7
92.6
88.1
91.2
66.5
74.9
93.8
104.4
97.9
100.8

101.4
148.3
131.1
93.0
83.8
94.5
80.9
84.6
92.9
99.4
103.3
100 1

WHEAT AND
WH'T FLOUR.

118.9
128.1
104.9
90.1
74.4
79.9
85.4
105.8
117.8
94.7
93.7
95.7

120.9
125.6
104.2
89.3
77.6
84.4
91.2
110.1
109.0
87.9
88.3
87.4

FLOUR, ETC.

flour.

120.9
125.6
104.2
89.3
77.6
84.4
91.2
110.1
109.0
87.9
88.3
87.4

Crack-
ers.

107.7
107.7
104.3
100.6
98.8
95.6
94.1
85.3
107.3
99.1
102.7
108.2

bre'd

100.8
100.8
1110.8
1U0.8
100.8
9S.7
'.14.4
1(10.8
1(10.8
100.8
100.8
100.8

YEAR.

1S90.

.1891.

18: '2.

1893.

1*'.'4.
1S95.
isvt;.
1S<.7.
MIS.

ISilit.
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1901.

COTTON AND COTTON GOODS.

Cotton, Bags, Calico, Cotton Cotton Cotton Dfn-
upland. 2-bushel. prints, flannels, thread, yarns, ims.

142.9
110.8
99.0
1W7.2
90.2
94.0
102.0
92.2
76.9
84.7
128.8
111.1

113.9
111.7
110.8
106.8
91.1
82.2
91.6
92.9
95.6
10H.4
112.6
101.0

117.5
104.0
117.5
113.0
99.6
94.9
94.9
90.4
81.4
87.3
-.14. 9
90.4

121.8
121.8
115.9
101.4
95.7
91.7
93.9
88.6
81.0
88.0
101.6
95.4

101.8
100.7
100.7
100.7
100.7
100.7
99.6
98.4
98.4
US. 4
120.1
120.1

111.7

112.8
117.0
110.5
93.0
92.1
93.0
90.6
90.8
88.5
115.5

112.5
109.6
109.6
112.5
105.4
94.6
94.6
89.2
85.9
85.8
102. 8
100.2

Drill- Ging- ffo-
ings. hums, siery.

121.1
114.6
102.2
105.6
97.1
93.2
100.2
90.4
86.8
B8.fi
105.0
102.2

119.1
122.1
122.1
114.9
89.5
87.0
88.0
84.2
83.1
89,7
96.3
92.3

129.7
122.8
117.4
1(1!). 4
100. s
94.4
90.5
8fi.7

as.4

82.5

87.3
85.9

GREAT SHIP CANALS OF THE WORLD.

RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES. CONTINUED.

TEAK.

1890
1891
1892
1893
18U1
1895
MOB..

1900
1901. .

COTTON AND COTTON GOODS.

I'rint.
cloths.

117.7
103.5
119.3
114. ti
90.8
100.9
90.9
87.6
72.6
96.3
108.6
99.3

Slicet-

ill'IX.

iir.t;

112.3

103.8
107.7
95.9
94.6
97.4
91.8
86.7
92.2
105.9
101.8

Shirt-
ings.

112.9
110.2
107.4
110.2
99.9
97.6
97.9
92.0
83.8
87.8
100.4
98.9

Tick-
ings.

113.1
110.7
108.4
111.3
102.2
94.8
96.0
91.9
84.3
87.0
102.2
95.5

WOOL AND WOOLEN GOODS.

132.1
125.8
113.2
101.6
79.1
70.1
70.6
88.7
108.3
110.8
117.7
96 6

Kltink-
>ts (all
wool).

108.3
106.0
107.1
107.1
101.2
89.3
89.3
89. H
107.1
95.2
107.1
101.2

cloths.

113.7
113.7
113.7
113.7
91.2
79.7
79.7
98.2
38.2
98.2
108.0
110.3

( '/i r-
pets.

105.3
112.8
104.5
104.5
98.7
91.0
90.2
93.5
100.2
99.4
KB. 7
101.9

Flan-
nels.

116.8
116.8
115.!)
109.5
94.1
81.7
86.4
82.6
97.8
99.5
108.7
1(10.8

Horse
blank-
ets.

109.1
104.7
10.1.1
104.7
90.0
92.5
90.8
99.5
9!). 6
94.2
118.7
109.9

WOOL AND WOOLEN GOODS.

HIDES, LEATHER,
BOOTS AND SHOES.

PETROLEUM.

Over-
coat^
ings
(all
icon/).

Suit-
ings.

Under-
wear
(all
wool).

Dress
goods
(all
wool).

Wors-
ted
yarns.

Le'ther

Boots
and
shoes.

Crude.

Re-
fined.

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

111.9
111.9
111.9
108.6
97.5
90.8
86.7
87.8
97.1
100.6
116.1
105.3

107.0
107.0
107.0
107.0
107.0
107.0
89.1
89.5
90.2
89.1
107.0
107.0

113.1
113.1
113.4
112.7
98.3
89.2
87.8
88.7
103.4
100.1
115.8
104.9

106.2
110.0
110.0
110.0
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7
100.4
100.4
100.4

117.6
123.0
124.1
114.7
90.6
82.7
74.1
82.2
88.5
102.7
118.7
107.9

122.3
123.4
117.2
109.5
91.3
74.0
72.9
82.5
100.5
106.7
118.4
102.2

99.6
101.5
92.8
79.9
68.4
109.7
86.6
106.3
122.8
131.8
127.4
132.0

100.6
100.9
97.0
96.9
91.5
108.0
95.2
96.1
104.4
109.3
113.2
110.8

104.8
103.5
102.7
100.9
99.4
98.7
99.6
97.2
96.3
96.8
99.4
99.2

95.4
73.6
61.1
70.3
92.2
149.2
129.5
86.5
100.2
142.1
148.5
132.9

112.4

102.2
91.5
81.0
80.5
106. 6
112.5
96.6
99.5
118.0
132.6
119.3

Values of Imports and exports of the United States carried in American and f oreiKn vessels,
with the percentage carried In American vessels.

TEAR ENDED JUNE 30.

In American
vessels.

In foreign
vessels.

EXPORTS.

In American
vessels.

In foreign
vessels.

fee

ISTit..,
1SSO...
1SSKI...
1891...
1S92...
is:r,..
1894..
IS'.!')..

1896...

1897..
IsW..
18911..
1900..
1901..
1902..

\$153,237.077
149.317,368
124,92t5,!>77
127.471,688
189,189,891
127.095,434
121,561.193
108.229.fil5
117,299,074
109.133.454
93.535.867
82.050.118
104,304.940
92.1)00,710
103.178.708

1800,140,610

603,494,918
623.6T6.134
676,511,763
648.535,970
695,184,394
503,810,334
590.538,362
626.8SW.521
619,784.338
492,080.003
581,673,550
701,223,735
682,071.474.
744,772,048

\$199.732.324
109,029,209

75,382,012
78,968,047
81,033,844
70,670,073
71.258.893
62.277,581
70,392.813
79,441,823
67,792.150
78.562.088
90.779.252
83.385,291!
80.083,5^7

R529.78tt.978

720.770.521

739,594,424

773,589,324

916,022,832

733,132,174

825,798,5)18

695,357.830

751.083,000

905,969.428

1,090,400,470

1.064.5SW.307

1.193.220,689

1,291.518.933

1.098,2ti9.r>05

.

12.5
12.:
12.2
13.;
11.7
12.0
11.0
9.3
' 8.1

an
ai

9.0

GREAT SHIP CANALS OF THE WORLD.

Opened

Depth.

Width'

Cost.

Corinth (Greece)

Elbe and Trave (Germany)

Kaiser Wilhelm (Germany)

Manchester slii p ( England)

SaultSte. Marie (U. S.)

Sue/. (Egypt)

Year.

1893
1890
1900
1895
1894
1855
1895
1869
18S7

Miles.
4

16

41

61

35.5
1.6
1.11

90

2075

Feet.
26 25
20.50
10

29.50
26
22

20.25
31
14

Feet.
72
220
72
72
120
100
112
108
100

J5.000.000
10.000,000

5.831.000
37.128.000
75.000.tlOO
12.250,786

2.791 .873
lOO.tlOO.OOo
25.000,1X10

At tho bottom. tKxclusive of locks.

18 CHICAGO DAILY XKWS ALMANAC AND YKAH BOOK FOR lim:-;.

MATERIAL PROGRESS OF THE

UNITED STATES.

[From tables prepared by O. P. Austin, chief of bureau of statistics, treasury department,
Washington.]

AKEA, POPULATION, INDUSTRIES.

1880.

1890.

1900.

1902.

Area* sq. in.

3.025,600

50,155.783
16.57
42,642,000,000
850.20
1,919,326,747.75
38.27
1,723,993.100
79,638.981
62.31H.279
27.411.694

3.025.600
62,622,250

20.70

65,037.091.1X11
1.038.57

890,7S4.:;7o.5:i

14.22
725.313.110
2SI.417.603
20.467.183
.39.202.908

130.830!869

110.311.336

8461681,016

179.449.958

1,429,251.21(1
22.82
3.351

623.7;il.:;:i.',
37.6till.i;'<572

3.025.600
76,303,387
25.22
94,300.000.01X1
1.235.86
1,107,711,257.89
14.52
1,023.478.860
33,545.130
99,272.943
36,295.321
610.SOti.472
200.733.019
142.050.SJ4
408.465.574
346,681.016
331.580,183
2,055. 15" Mm*
26.93
3,606
608,588.045

3,025,6(W
79,003.000
26.11

Wealth dols.

Wealth per capita dola.

Public debt, less cash in treasury. .dols.
Deb t per capita, less cash in treas..dols.

969,457,241.04
12.27
931,070.340
27,542.945

Gold coined dols.

225.Ut5.77!)
7.963,900
68,622,345

5,789.569
346.118 um;

973i382;22s
19.41
2.056
461,557.515
37,182,128,621

(2Si.271.532
307.110,929
161,436.658

mesLoie

t356.ti72.01il
2,246.529.412
28.40
4.887
670,164,195

Gold certificates in circulation dols.
Silver in circulation dols.
Silver certificates in circulation. . .dols.
U.S.notes (greenbacks loutst'nding. dols.
Nat'l bank notes outst'dlng(Oct.3l) dols.

Bank clearings, New York dols.

Bank clearings, total U. S dols.
Deposits in national banks dols.

'"1,006,452.853
819.106.973
2.835.582
12.180.501.538
2,212,540.927
253.852
6,369,579.191
333.52fi.501
186.522.OtS
124.009,374
119.090.062
38,116,916
13.536.985
5fi.777.174
95.757,575
667.954.74li
12.51
835,638.658
16.43
2.562,236
16.82(1,1)99
379.902,880
53.714.00S
12.605.576
685,961.091

io2.s:><;,0!5

1,576.917.556
33.258.000
11.201.800
40,705.900
1,729.500
34.034,100
36.000.UX)
39.200.000
63,822.8:*
1,104.017. 166
3,835.191
1.247.335

58.845.279.505
1.485.USI5.S56
1,524.844.51 !<i
4.258.893
16.082.2C7.tWi
2,460.107.454
355.415
9.372,437.2s!
408.080.U83
229.868.685
142.606,706
261.K-i7.203
44.582.Si8
22.006.206
106.936,855
36.099.284
789.310.409
12.35
857,828.684
13.50
7.347,909
33.842.374

4L679i591
25,542.208
629,820.808
151.102.37t;
2,418.706.02*
52,801.901
14.213.Si7
44.336.072
2.331.027
51.602.780
32.845.000
70.465.000
140.866.931
1,924.552.224
9,202.703
4,277,071

84,582.450.081

2!44'9'.547!ss5
6.107,083
20.514.001.838
3,764,177,706
512.734
13.039.279,566
5ti7.240.a52
233.164.871
295.327.927
447.553,458
134.774.7li8
65,163.078
140.877.316
40.160.338
849,941.184
10.88
1,394.483.082
17.96
13.043.714
49.377.138
147.963.804
20.478.728
121,913.548
835,858,123
433.851.756
2.US1.054.1!.-.
67.804,022
18,266,140
61.605.811
3.366,724
62.876.108
79.171.000
74,533,496
240.9iio.917
2,661,233,568
13,789.242
10.188.329
677.969.600

"s.iii.tiiw.i'jfi

Farms and farm property, value. ..dols.
Farm products, value dols.

Manufactures in U. S., value dols.

.
562.478.2:
254.441.708
2 i 1.880. 122
442.10L.i59
112.272.216
67.808,128
138.488,560
29.108.IU.-)
903,327.071
11.43
l,38L719.4(il
17.49
14.230.708
60.413.4S1
198,996,086
;-;7.H 1.255

85l',460.312
403,890.7fi3

\Var dols.

Tin plates Ibs

Iron, steel and manuf act ures of. .-dols.
Exports Iron, steel and mfrs. of. .dols.

Cattle No.

Mules No.

Swine No.

t80.218.800
t77.128.120

t2,914.34IU48

tl5.878.354
t!3.473,595

Silver . .' dols.

Coal tons

Pig iron tons

Copper tons

27.000

232.500,000
4SIS.549.868
1,717.4:',!. .-u:-
5,761.252
92.802
956.784
1.795.000
1,822,061,114

93.262

115,966
27fi.000.000
399,262.000
l,489.!)7(l.()0t
7.311.322
136.503
1.476.871
2.325.001
2.471,799.853
166.654
520.4:S).OS2
79.1ie.9S.Vr.'f
21.684
1.099.205

270.588
288.636,621

522.229.505
2,105,102.5Hi
9,436.416
149.229
2.219.847

t266.716

t302,602.328
t748.460.2IS
tl.522.M9.*!>!
tlO,S3.422
188.6C5

Wheat bu.

C orn ... bu.

3.IH4 l

3,100,583.188
194.321
584.6H5.SI35
141,162.10Sl.4l3
26,781
1.358.467

3,500,778.7113
201.839
fi07.27S.12l
147,077,136,040
35.989
1.464.33S

Freight carried 1 mile tons

""12.788
544.185

Freiehf cars No.

IMMUNISATION INTO THK UNITKD STATES.
MATERIAL PKOGKKSS <>K THK UNITED STATES.-CONTlM

AltUA. POPULATION', IXIU'STU! KS.

American vessels built tons

On great lakes tons

Vessels through "Sou" canal. . .tonnage

Commercial failures N<i.

Liabilities dols.

Postolilces No.

Postoffice receipts dols.

Telegraphic messages sent No.

Newspapers and periodicals pub No.

Public school salaries dols.

Patents issued No.

Immigrants No.

1SSI).

1,352,810

2,715.224

605.102

1,784.890

4.735

65,752,000

42,989

33,:U:i,479

29,215,509

9,723

59,9t2.l>72

18,947

457.257

1890.

294.122

94!i,ti95

3.477,802

1,063,01)3

8,454.435

10,S)07

lB9.85ti.9B4

62.401

60,882,097

55,878.762

16.948

91.836.484

26.292

455.302

1900.

1902.

393.790

826,694

4.338,145

1,565,587

22,315.834

10,774

138,495,673

7(5,688

102,354.579

63,107,783

20,806

136,031,838

26.499

448.572

t483,489

1889,129

t4,635,08

tl,70(!,2U4

124,626.976

tll.002

tll3.092.376

t70,945

1111.631.193

t.s:i,555.122

21,708

t27.373
648,743

"Exclusive of Alaska aiid islands belonging to the United States, tin 1901. JJuly 1.

IMMIGRATION HTTP THE UNITED STATES.
Fiscal years ended June 30.

1901.

1902.

Male.

Female.

Total.

Male. '

Female.

Total.

78.725

34,665

113.390

127.136

44,853

171,98!)

1.040

539

1.579

1.759

818

2 577

2,148

1,507

3,655

3681

1 979

5660

1.996

1.154

3.150

2007

1 110

3 117

12.073

8.978

21.051

18018

10 286

28304

5.742

168

6.910

7,867

237

8,104

Italy

106.306

29,690

135,996

145,729

32,613

178,372

1.617

732

2.349

1,474

813

2287

7.899

4,349

12,248

12348

5 136

17 484

2.231

1,934

4,165

3 123

2 184

5307

3.1)81

3.174

7,165

3.656

3540

7 196

54,070

31,187

85.257

71 864

35483

107 347

551

106

657

765

86

851

51)8

84

592

869

106

975

12.875

10.456

23.331

19424

11,470

30894

1.572

629

2,201

1 6:V>

688

2 344

341

46

387

157

30

187

United Kingdom England

7.336
12.894

4.878
17,667

12,214

30,561

8.107
12,936

5,468
16202

13.575
29 138

1.237

833

2,070

1,582

978

2560

W a les

411

290

701

471

292

763

Europe, not specified
Total Europe

7
316.160

11

153,077

18
469,237

86
444 665

174403

37

619068

Chinese empire

2.417

4.902

42

367

2,459
5,269

1.596
10414

63

3856

1.649
14 270

India .

20

2

22

87

B

93

4.070

1,712

5,782

4 209

2014

(j 223

Other Asia

58

3
2 1 9 6

61

33

3

36

Africa

154

19

173

32

5

37

Australia, Tasmania, etc

232
4

96

a

325
B

231

7

153

2

384
9

Philippine islands

107

33

140

126

126

Pacific islands not specified ...
British North America

22

352

5

188

27
540

44

463

12

173

56
GJ6

101

49

150

208

97

305

215

132

347

631

178

7(W

150

63

203

235

102

337

West Indies

2,090

1,086

3,176

3,397

1,314

4 711

Other countries

1

91

3

* 94

Grand total . ..

331,055

156.86:"!

487.918

466,369

182.374

648.743

Of the immigrants who arrived in 1902 493.262 landed in New York. 39,679 in Baltimore.
39,466 in Boston, 26,400 in Quebec and St. John, 17,175 in Philadelphia, 5,271 ia San Francisco.
IMMIGRATION SINCE 1868.
Years ended June 30.

1868 282.180

1869 352.689

1870 :,K; .w,

1871 321.:i'iO

1872 404.S06

ls7:i 45;t.tfK!

1874 313,339

1875 227,498

1876 109.986

1877 141.857

1878 13S.46S)

1879 177.826

18SO 457.257

1881 669.i:il

1882 788.992

1883 603,322

1884 51S.592

1885 395.346

1886 334.203

1887 490.10!)

1888 546,889

1889 444.427

1890 455.302

I.H91 560,319

1892 623.084

1893 502.917

1894 285.631

1895 258,536

1896 343.267

1897 280.832

1898 229.299

1899 311,715

1900 448,572

1901 487.918

1902 648,743

CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAH BOOK FOR I'.io:!.

RATES OF POSTAGE AND MONEY ORDERS.

DOMESTIC.

Embraces the United States and Island pos-
sessions, including Hawaii, Porto Rico,
the Philippines. Guam and Tutuila.
FIRST CLASS. Letters and all written or
partly written matter, whether sealed or
unsealed, and all other matter sealed or
otherwise closed against inspection, 2 cents
per ounce or fraction thereof. Postal cards
issued by the government sold at 1 cent
each; double, or reply cards, 2 cents each.
Cards must not be changed or mutilated In,
any way and no printing or writing other