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CONCLUSION

Thanking you for the offer we remain,
Very truly yours,
POEL and ARNOLD,
Per W. J. Kelly.
Poel & Arnold,
277 Broadway.
New York, April 4, 1910.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.,
Long Island City,
L. I.:
Gentlemen:
Enclosed, we beg to hand you contract for 12 tons Upriver Fine Para Rubber, as sold you today, with our thanks for the order.
Very truly yours,
POEL and ARNOLD,
Per W. J. Kelly.
Enclosed with this letter was the following:
Contracts 71
Apr. 4/10
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.,
Long Island City,
L. I.
Sold to You:
For equal monthly shipments January to June, 1911, from Brazil and/or Liverpool, about twelve (12) tons Upriver Fine Para Rubber at Two Dollars and forty-two cents ($ 2.42) per pound; payable in U. S. Gold or its equivalent, cash twenty (20) days from date of delivery here.
On April 6th Rogers sent the following order to the plaintiffs. It is partly printed and partly written. The part in writing is italicised:
Purchase Dep’t Order
No. 25409
This number must appear on Invoices and Cases
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. of New York
Review Ave., Fox and Marsh Sts.
Long Island City, 4/6, 1910.
M Poel and Arnold,
277 Broadway, N. Y. C.
Please deliver at once the following, and send invoice with goods
About 12 tons Upriver Fine Para Rubber at 2.42 per lb. Equal monthly shipments January to June, 1911.
CONDITIONS ON WHICH ABOVE ORDER IS GIVEN
Goods on this order must be delivered when specified. In case you cannot comply, advise us by return mail stating earliest date of delivery you can make, and await our further orders.

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