Ank Aiíuoit, Míen. 25, 1888. Having many cstoiners who wish me to indícate the time I deern mest favorable for the purchase oL winters supply of coa!, I would say that I Ibink this as good a time as will oceur duriDg the ensuing year. Aly reasons are that transportaron of farm producís after the harvest, nearly ahvays push up freights ou coal. But a stronger reason is that my yard is f uil and I am anxious to sell. My coal this summer is especially nice, anc my teamsters are men who cannot b indueed to cheat in weight. Eac carefully weighs the coal which h delivers, so my customers may iee assured that thèv get exact weigh with the utmost care. Have found m little proñts each year in impaid bilh Thererore, I must more than ever re quest cash with order. ïours Respectfully.