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Commodities.

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Between
All Points in

Arkansas.

Distance-Miles.

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20 and over.
25 and over
30 and over
35 and over.
40 and over
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55 and over.
60 ard over.
65 and over.
70 and over
75 and over
80 and over.
85 and over.
90 and over.
95 and over
100 and over,
110 and over.
120 and over
130 and over
140 and over
150 and over.
160 and over.
170 and over
180 and over
190 and over
200 and over.
210 and over.
220 and over.
230 and over
240 and over.
250 and over.
260 and over
270 and over
280 and over.
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300 and over..

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Car Loads Item COMMODITIES.

Minimum No.

Weight. 1 Apples, onions, potatoes and vegetables, straight or nixori

(not canned goods), beets, cabbages, carrots, cauliflowers,
celery, cucumbers, egg plant, grapes, green corn, horse-
radish, melons, onion sets, oyster plant, parsnips, pump-
kins, radishes, tomatoes, turnips, dried and evaporated
apples and peaches, dried beans, green beans, dried and
green peas; pickles, in wood or glass, straight or mixed.. 20,000

Note.--Straw, not to exceed 1,500 pounds, will be al-
lowed free as a preservative with each car load ship-

inent of apples and vegetables. 2 Bagging and ties, cotton bale ties (for baling cotton), und tie buckles in packages

20,000 Note 1-Twine baling, not exceeding 500 pounds may be loaded with bagging, car loads not exceeding 300 pounds, with bagging and ties mixed; car loads may be taken at bagging rates.

2-Any excess over 500 pounds in one case and 300 pounds in the other may be charged for at current rates

for baling twine, L.C.L. 3 Beer-Minimum, not including preservative..

30.000 In the transportation of this commodity the following preservative (ice, sawdust or straw) shall be made free with the car during the months of June, July, August and September, 5,000 pounds; in other months the allowance for preservatives shall be 3,000 pounds. Should there be any ice in car on its arrival at destination, it shall be delivered to Consignee at the ruling rate per hundred

pounds, car loads, for transportation of ice. 4 Brick-Common, per 100 pounds....

30,000 6 Barrels, empty-Barrels, casks, tierces, kegs and drums (new) 20,000 6 Canned Goods—Rates on canned goods will apply on canned

fish (including sardines), vegetables, N.O.S., fruits, soups,
oysters (pickled or cove), clam broth and juice, in tin
cans, boxed; condensed milk and evaporated cream,
straight or mixed..

24,000 7 Cement, stucco and plaster, straight or mixed, or mixed with lime

24,000 8 Cotton Seed—(See also Item 12).

24,000 9 Cotton Seed Meal-(See also Item 12).

24,000 10 Cotton seed meal and cotton seed hulls, mixed (see also Item 12)

21.000 Note-In mixed car loads of cotton seed meal and hulls, the proportion of meal must not exceed 50 per cent.

of the entire load. 11 Cotton seed hulls and ashes, straight or mixed (see also Item 12)

24.000 12 Corn, rye, oats, barley, bran, grain screenings, mill stuits,

sorghum seed, kaffir corn and corn chops, straight or
mixed

24,000
The less car load rates on corn, etc., named above
will also apply on cotton seed, cotton seed meal and
cotton seed hulls, less car load.

Cotton seed meal and hulls, when loaded in same car with corn and other feed stuff, will take game rate. This provides car load corn rates on mixed cars of corn

and other feed stuff and cotton seed meal and hulls.
13 Corn meal-Grits. hominy, hominy feed, oat meal, rolled oats,

straight or mixed, or when mixed with corn, bran, mili
feed, brewers' meal, brewers' grits, oat groats and mill
stuffs

24,000 14 Coal and coke, per ton of 2,000 pounds..

25,000 15 Coal, Milling-A mixture of fine pea coal and slack coal. 25,000 16 Coal, slack

25,000

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