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mmmokm r |^|%se coitus fee sate and get^ ^p <tf» atoctise. • era, spa4««|ioa«: lik**\\ .-.. tebratea imsn»a# ftreaskOi' an event*' Is •lffis' ! b&'pace in.'* taefcng- hl* < ttxlleDia'1?a M*er^*3$eff.' anl\ y; afls\>r«i # to Mi\ fi of, tow$, }a>, par^i\: liueir residence Jo-^- t jno^hpOT... Seneca**!: s at phsska^'teaauisj'' aSbertjipima femlir-\ a <eariy\ in the- we**' r e.lioinA*>f Mr. and y, wte* 4Uey. *sil ; :! ie naming season. WBHaai 3Qsg #•*.•»-§ B iKoad- were Stm-^ and Mrs. Orvittr' By-., .„:* • nr ham* &* \tamSc c9flu»<sw have.to .«a*» _ •.J8*B y - I STf T«W1I flwi *»• a*iliKWi* ft* %j*m£r&~ HWISB;? -*---.- SENECA F Business With M»n«f«Pt«irer» ** No. 1 Shop* I* A No* 1 4 14 ^em^Bowiaw© '•;•\.•*\ -'if. Standing or Teams , • ffpsenco ,%,;.,.,„, 67\ 44 -13.'%m# •.'Elks . .,,;. ST --•-•• ^g^jT7rr. P ,.7;' 54 ^>ose~ „«, * i t «,.' 67 * Wester .,....._, ,-»4r 4 Stoop „...,.,._, .^4, * -Team • Genco •.Masons • Elks • MOQSG—»., • Nesters .. • Stoco ,,,, Seneca Fails, March 2^-The Business}: Men made \a clean sweep ,f| ^if^l|3f League match with the Seneca Falls Mfg. Co. <?n the Kellqghalteya here, last night, taking'\three garaesbhy wide marginsr itfcB'tmuid of'^^ ; flfsjr~MBji-^7^| l : J j K , : ^_^ ^ + was the b^st performer of the evening turning itt a.-to4l^oi 672. ,~ In the Gould Shop league Shop No, X too 1 ; the lathe Lme \teliih fcto -camp in Straight gamo.s.' The.No, 1 team showed a classy artipIe*of»,bowllngy turning <$n a total of>2647,&>r the. evening. Mills with 189Jejj'hja teanj;%A;^H<e3 with an av3i»g4»&82'?w:a%1al»- aSBtar p|p. lornK*. The scores\: \•M'S M-Kay .. rirorte|)ty Wilkes . . Total '.. eOUt.D<8-;fcEftGUe \v . .-Nvf->- - •..•-'• ft...... 2fe- 2|7 X79- 598 ..... Jts ...'110 *55:JC<6«* 39 -«?*|M-* 86 18 ,6S6~W l& ^6 .313 •; _„, \8 ,-,*6 _.-!«.•: Team Averaoei. ^ , • Games Tbtaf Avgr. • ... 57- *764$--836 + ,,, .54, 4*868 J8JF + ......pCT. 4*4*3,-^J4* ... 67 43733 HI * .... 61 386S0 757 • 64' 37)595 698 • •• u.m executor; '^Sdj^ssiSenetja -street, 4n J&m $&y ~»t .Geneva,.,»««, ..itiwltr-ott-\-**^-.- before the 24th day of^July 1320. •iJUBtS3M.- < 'W.-^»3@BSi Executor; etCi Dat«a, jjahtiary 13,, 1920. . .* \ As ;Moope towers the .<3encjw^a|«!.si titled to all the jnreiitigre\ they Jjpl^l the Glty Bowling:.X^agrue. The hc^ ^san show a good\ article of hofltop agateat any team <n the lep^ue agj|t usaally: for«ejs most St them to «»l|f thatches, Against the Gencos, howeife er, theAerd becomes a meek and hurja- Me band, ft is Just ane of those flnx aft. fairs. . . ~ ^ -;-— •-.*•••- ^.%.^-i ^^ f 226 1U0 1?3;?<546. 8S2 *9*iS :v '§32/2647; i 88^ Deal :.;^a57fl34- 138-42? 143 \Uiciern ..... 136,-. ig.9 . 126 461_ i 163„ V;;cWnaia-%^?T3T , TJrTne6™3'94. 13r \! ( Moon i(!S HI 172 421 140 ** . s ''•• . V*s s , ¥ ^The Hydrants apdi'Sphan wh% -pro-' y«e the v majn'attrsrcti.onja the City 199 k'g'eue this 'evening ^wlth^Comp^ny B 482; 161 a ^^e'Mfnts1iVkinVijipJjCtn-e enr^ 525 *3J5.4ah* raiser. ...'..-' -p- . / - *** ^' ;V ^^ time^the Hyd^tslStte 183 coITe-giansf met the game de%elopiia i, was one of the Best of the City I^eaignfejsea. - The Hobart team outweighfe the Wertmaji. Total Total- -,. w. - 72&S67-^«8t7217W\ GITV fcE£GUE \^flferi^iMilj. Co. Kibhey ....^^ilBS^tSi 180 .468 Mcrril ...,..', '£$t '448 160 455 Fuess '. 4 -.v-1?^t#%5: 364 143 472 Kipp ..^,^^35^489^*42--508- \163 13* 460 723 Burtless Total Taylor. .• Pratz .. . Myers . '. (•Veeland 166. 152' 157 169 150 ;bose outfit ana i t is expected ihfTthe Z t 5?* % \^- 1 %S Geneva street cwpiatto uranam . dTh-6 through theJivejnen,dsf fi ^_tn^SSr a : ffr : ^sMrirftt-pHiaucelome of the fastest ^ 0ttmemH a • The'company B^int -affair- % h doubtful problem. According tp the dope, the Saints shotijd coj> the .^rne ^«houti-njOT^.,trQfib1erbut there is al- vjays the possibility of the soldiers de- veloping;-* smooth working lineup oQt of the host of players sportlng'the Cojn patty colors and handing someojae a beating, , ' . '...il¥04* r %&> , 754 2353 784 J3utine»iuMen • . ..^..»i88.^T:70 .182 ^••^> '-183 186 ,^.-rf82-.144 ttamiyfc&gfir^-sw- 167 165 144 176 546 535 601, 430 ,672 180 178 167 143 191\ -Total •ysg^I&tfif . 83i -2B78. 859 letlc afternoon;^:' ^£:&S$gt$M : < ™ with -the Na^W''A«a;Si6m3r^^-'w^r,- Por real sh-alry and, competition for place the Industrial J^eague IR one^of the most spirited organization seen in these parts in some •yedrs^ TjSo Ppli- tiim at .the head of th'S league hSs *rt dis§dyanta3fes and as well asits'ad.- vantages. The »whole league appeartf to lineup against-the (leaders and-w^cn they-ajpearjn 'a,game the side-Une bantei- I s fast,»nd keenji -Tjife-eenco .<mtr«5t-faaft^)M^i(e%ibWh^fie'J^ Bbw^ first appearaitfce In: deJGens^-ofHheir jpo- ^Basf-night the jtarf was Wording In good style. The Gencoa were ^ot hit! ting their stride, but it made, little dlS ference to_th«s* Moose «wh.o could 'only get within.twenty or fifteen pinr oj them, Tlie Gencos won the, three j;amfil by cjoae margins. Wertman'of the Moose led-the\.-parade with-an average, of 173, teeconded J>y ifimball with 178. TJhe scores: .' - * _,. c*>\- Genoa. Gr^gioh '.....• 144 178 147 469 MjirdjppJt -.... W5 157 197 479 McMa.hon .... 186 174 148 608 Taney, .,..../* <133 .166 165 453 Kimball .._...-17.3 .178 366 517 156 159 169 151 172 KMMA te%te;|uefg»» ^he.,-«ro«» \<j«ffln^s thereofi to •the- ^adarsigned, tfeitiporsiry i.adrnlntetrft- IOJC ofithe^Mtate^of'»aiddeceaiseajit-4h» Jaw o$(tg of a W.^Kiiie, No. . 42.iSfip.eaft n«v». N. Jr.. Ton or before the Street. .Genev.., „.^„ ™ nr^Jtday^£Ml#;-lS?0. r~^-.- t — KAJU#HT J. SCWTBEHLANP, Tempontry aatninWtraror ntff estate ot^SmfcMgBlaln. deceaacd. . tatrtrColii^'^r^tWcoHh^ of Ontario. nQac« f 3», ^ejrefexsirtyen^o-^ll persons hay. \ng claims, .agfiittst Ja,t»es E, Brown, late of the CKy 0) Geneva. Ontario County, State of N&w yorki deceased*, t o present the «ime wlt'n the *Vouchers^ thereof, to tSe-iundersjgJied. fixeiiuwfesof «nis -Will at her rejlflescfl No, 60S .gagtle,«treeti -Ge- neva. -New ^York. r<m -or before the 16tfl day of june. v im- . w ^ '„«««»'\ flxecutor. Oated Decembsp 1st. 1919. FREDERIC P. WHITWELfc.* : Attorney rfor BSEfloujtpr. **»aa<tt«iM3^^ R^*ORT (QBoUttoij from WoodburyUK PRODUCE. J««6* .BUTTER WJiolesale, JOalry Better Creamery ... ,E«rgs ....... Ritarr. Dairy Butter Creamery Butter, psr lb. *••»*••• 68@ «6# m 75© 68 65 70 77 Domestic, -9 Total Davis *. Rosa . iiarsen Graham* 761 . .842 Moose 162 • 158 144 134 813 2426 809 \TS8 158* 198 1'38 177 174 1S4 137 144 155 165 169 464 496 409„ 136 321 165 '. \138 X&-.S3SL .113.. ^i^rsuanttoan order of^te^pBprPJfft^t Court of the County of 'OntaWofnoueeMi hereby given to all persons .hMr&g olaimt against.Saraa Clifford Keste, me <|f 4ha .CB^of^en^va^itatatJo^ounty^totero* New Vorit. deceased, to present, the.SjSni* wltlr tlie vouRhers ihereof,\ -,to >49ii>^ttnl9i& «lS4ied, ejtfectutor of the last .wllt-and-teata- niant of the said Sarah^CKttprd^ste^ai the law office of A. W. -Skinner, k St>3-Bx? change street,'in the City Of Geneva. «New yorK,<in-or-Defore-the first daycof •April, 18S0.. '736 810 802 2348 783 ROM v ULUS. ;*' IthaKs^.^Biiirfch^ '^®%jaoar >©oife^ !SiHMniR'^§i^School-leam.is.not ov^. H-SHj will arrive.to«hac^^bx>ht^^i:^juid win make .hlSi^me^^tb'J^App^^her- than being here fo r . foott^fc^; **»aon only. He-wili'-'be nr^t&^&i&fc'to the same manner as is l^fc.Moakley; and Charles E. Co.nrfney aiiBf will have full charge of ioQtbailrthe^year *round. Poble plans to hold, spring training this year and wtil--make \the iflirii* call for candidates soon after'.his M&fti- hera — : -• • - ',),•'*- -;' ^l ''%•••• ' Alb-Lyont Fire Win* Wayne County- Honor* Lyons, Mar^h 2-^A three-cornered fight, for .the. lawn .basketball--clVami piopsh.ip,<jt,-\V5»>ne-canie , to an ena last evening wh«» ;&1l-.Ly.ons fl,v©:dlfeii;ted the Pahnyra ii«**Qn».'.toam, , 3Uto 437i thereby .wlflhing^four putjgi;five; games in the aerJLcs ^and^chawipiOnship. Pa l myra ^gien., we^Siree dufe^sof. fiv4 games and the Newark TJgeJmtwo out of five ga«tes- _^d*feunds^r«n up. 14 points for.the wlnnjaSi and. Woods dhl as well for Pfelmyra. Scojre: ' PALMYflf*..\ * AlL-v/cm. Bawyer, (ll) ...*,./. .' Cook («} - -, •- B |^rfoTrwSfd Woods (14) ...:. .,,. Stanley W) lidft forisard. I Shafer, .Plyntt .',... *t.. pdffltinds' (14> Center Btacpy (2) ......-.,.!...» Fox (6), Bradley Beft Ha&tA - • Winhey JuUn, Bradley ';Bjfbtr.gftar,d- • Referee, Smith, Fairport, • , „CO«adenf^J^rih1? 8 Wo»''61t Lyons ?f^day Might , While the^ayne-coiuniy ^t9^st.--I)ei^4^pJieBMd-t6.'-he one «f .t^fr-TB^rteBt '-*Wi& *•'schopl ' basHetbail -teams, to .-Blidw.spit. ,ft%|feiibftr* xojirt ,^his A wlhtcr vandSbfl its«own««»nrt Is, « jfonmldShle fact6i.^ *Th^ ?isSM»*ound- *»lei on the \Epabart. 4jon^jrb«theiutho .Lyons payers more than-was .appar- went. -,. ..;--, ••*» -—-- \?» r i The Hobart Hydrant game tonight is an uncertain qulntlty. The cbllggfatis have thoioaaketbaji «Wltt3t«nd if .they ; sHow.ah iniprovemeht In conditiod they will mabetthe\ hose team hustle to win. •\'*'' •<*''• *-,~* ti'^f\ *v .«, NoeJ W. tsne, Romulus, March 2—Noel W. Lane whoso home was two miles north of this village recently, died at/the home of his niece,' Mr4 JC J. Johnson, Ath- ens, Pa., after\ an illness of about nine weeks. *Mj\ Lane went to the Robert Packer hospiibal for treatment and re- mained there \oyer s,eyen weeks. He Is survived',by his widow; one s\on„ Leon. K, Lane and one grandson, Dr. How- ard B. i^ane. of the Packer hospital. The deceased jivas born July 9, 1844 and would.have celebrated his fiftieth weddtpg AnuteBrsary.tn April: Bomulus, -.March . S'^Mlss Isabelle ,?JeinJng is spendihgua. few. dayi in Ge- awa. :. .j .»,m' ... The Lady Mmcpal|ees. will meet with ,Mrs. -Samuel, -Clfeclcr .jCn Friday aftej»- rtoon, MaJrcfi'SiS^T\ : '-\ • The death of Ffaiilc *t%3tard of Au- iburn, took place.«lfi thftti city oh Sat-* jurday; Mr. Ha^a^ w|i ? ^tof \several jyeojra engaged-ih*j|u|liffi§as, in this vu- Ingie and leaves twle ^mar v The death of .Bis wife occnrredilesji-jtiiwit two weelw ,ago.- • •v-^.^^t-^ .\Mrs. Fred -Van H ^i'tr«i0 ! of G.eneva^ «&s, Ray Pontius^ifSirjfe JEarl JFarno, jspeht Saturday xith^^K^aer; J, W.' ISnoofc, it oeinsr itt# ^hflay.. \' . A Lenten teajWilllM *held\-*t *ome of Mra/Gebrge TSTade on Thura» ?day afternbon, Jtfarch 11th from $ to S P. ni. All/leaders In the/ •Qcjhityiare cordially invlted>td' attend. : Miss Clara, Hill? of Geneva spent Sunday at Morghn SVp& Ifbjjtrand's. Miss Ida Conkyn Of Geneva vta? an over-Sunday iciest 5ai Sanxuel Clark's, Mr. nd Mr*. Edward Williams o f \rrT^ES^TH'of'of^TTMr^nu^nT\\^^ . Te»lahieut of Sarah .Clifford Keste. ~ r * • Dated. September,- 10th. 1919. First National Bank Bldg., Geneva. N. T. on or before -the arst.day of AbriU 1920. WILLARD & MCKM.VIE; k , < Executor. Pated-Sepumher ^0,1919. ~. THH PEOPLE OP THE STATE OP NEW XOBK, By, the Grace of God Free and Independent. •To. -Horatio Baker, .Hobart G. Baker, Horace ft. Baker. Louisa R. Baker and Margaret-O.-BakerrWho are interested as legatees, or otherwise, in tile estate of Charles-W. fiaker, late of the Clry of Geneva, In Ontario Caimty, N. Y., de- ceaaed,- GREETING; ; Ton, and each of you, are hereby cited A& «how cause before our Surrogate of our County of Ontario, at the. Surro;- gate's Court of .sard County, at the City Hall, In the city of Geneva, in said County of Ontario, -on the Bth day of March, A.D.. 1920, at .ten o'clock In the forenoon, why the final account of Lewis W. Keyes, of said City of Geneva, as executor of the last will and testament of the said decedent, should not be du«c!al!y*settlcff •*rid%Iowcd. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We ^M-Sf^ect the'seal.of ; t&* salo7 SuTrrogate's Court to be .._, ^...jifrjeuttto .Affixed.- ..... WITNESS. Hon. \Harry I. Dun- (L.S.) ty, ,at J3^nandalgua, the- 24th ^day of January, nhe thojusand nine • hundred, and twenty. » r ,«.w,.^— Jt^N^f^RKNEes, ! ^. ^ai v , *jQlerkiJ?urrogattfs ,i Court •••••#••«•»• . .w. ••.»•• VBG.ETAfeit.feS , netaM. Beets, per »b. CaniWowea head Cabbage, per lb. C,arrots, i\, Celery,, bunch Corn, gJT:vi>, clo.......,,. Eggplant, each I^Muoe, Boston head .... ¥*t|uce« Southern, need.. OriJoni, Spanish, lb........ Onlous, pKkliDg, ib Pejypers, red, doz. , Peppers, Green, do*z Potatoes, new, white, pk.. Popcorn, aheiled, it>. Potatoes sweet, per lb... SqunsH, per lb. .....'...,. Swiss Chard, lb. Tomatoes, basket per lb... Iceberg -Lettuce Turnips, per lb ___ ftuBft.--- .. T _ '^» peck.»..«.•*..«,.. Grapes, local crop, lb.... Graces, basket Honey Dam Melons .... — .' i So® 0 9 9 6o 9 35 •DO *(•*••»•** MEAT8. Livs Weight. Chickens, per l b Hogs, per lb Veal, per lb ... ... v ........ Drossed Meat*. Veals,\per lb Chickens, per l b , Pork, per lb. ....* .', I8@ 0 27® @ 9 14 twlthvthe ^vouchers theneoi.. to il&;under- signed..executor of the estate of saJd de. ioeasea.tmt. the law «plflcR ai ,ofr C., -Wij-Rlee. Cicst^NStkmalBSnk-aTal;.*aene*ir,'N. *.. % ;•' -'-A- \-' £xedtitor. •Dated September: 20* IMIt ,1. \'•' l^-ijfn' ' ' ' ' Th* soldier. M^S* oStfit to ^^^ Sp^^ vis^fdendsi,^ fe^^^|p^^ se*era4 days. «*•«•» Mlsa ^rah^Tohnsbn\*wyihaye a/sale of nor household goods on March 10th. another uncertaux fhct<W'» * Manager CsUnpfeell has .been xombinK. thViown 46^. talent -and may develop ^» team which will ii.ecome a> stumbling block injhe pattijfof • some of tie l.e^ders. TJieir shoClng against the Saints .to- night atfotfla give alllne'oh'tbe -faturo standing;-6fth>.team'\' 1 ' * '\ i ^ r; • ^fS'K* Pat Moran Standi Pat \'ion r «* ^neup <fncinnati, &., -Match 2^-Thete will be no trades involving the regulars of •he Cincinnati-jNatioap .baseball tef#. August Herromanh^gresldent of the rhampion Red»; m'iMte \th|s -declaration when tojd today 'bf a. KeW *ork dis- patch, stating thati 5 ga[«n«ger' McGraw' of tiie^Qiajg^^^^ig^gd. t&-ex'ch;ange Ross YoiM%j$Ji*'MMm*'*gm 4n'* \Ther^isyno'e ohff T^6td^Bf^rtrtB= In any rcppi:t i th^«i!^h;i^i^r , iai»s; «* our regular, players aro.goijig. to be traded to New ,lTorlt Qr«flJP. bther club/' «aia Mr. Herrraann^^ahjjfer .Moran intends to stand pat <o«L his winning team.\ ^ . f\ : - *«?*\ Advocate State Control of Ml \Posted rwni* M '^\'- 1 . '.!• >^--i.? l f f -„. . New York» March 2-^-State control \f ^'posted' faimst' ; where-'4iunttag \is prohibited ^was advocated as One of the best meaj^.of ganfe.-preservation at a national, <sonference of- the ;Amer-'. lean Game -Prptectlve; assdeiatipn wh ich opened here tod»y 4 . w Al.,c. Mac v 'car. head gamekeeper of iha Hemp- McGarron in Second . Philadelphia, . MJiiiCh > Z^k^S\ fi'JJowd, middlewcijgM? champion',-4s tested Jack ' MeCjirran, ' th*. rugged fighter from Allentown, by a knockout in the \second rbund of 'the scheduled six-round bout before tfiV Olympic -A. Attest night.' \ iuMcCavron was completely, at the mercy of the champion and received terrjflq punishment.- He was sent' to the floor stt times fietere hb flnaHy succumbed. ; - \ ' Trolkyt^in|NinyGii»n, - Vote ,of Appreciation , ^.\••-•••^ \ : -;,.' * - .Jacksonville, JFlfc, March 2—\Babe\ Jauth..«asfl a, sfifapje a t South Side >. ,• • . r . Seed Market* .dhicago,-. . -March ;i-HEIMBS-*Tl-' mothy seed quoted a t $12i00@14.W cash-and-clover seed at J45.00@69.flO . Toledo. March lr-^SEEpS^Choice TploTer seed auoted at t*4?S0 cashi :*S4.60_ Feb., |84.20< March- and Alsike 'at 135.0ft casbv _ «nff*ld,\»airch l--SEEPS--Chofti«s timothy emoted, at,||^|@t.2S,- gholco 128.00^12630* *ndL\*jtoU»r at 1&.9P$ 36.00 per, busftet^. . . • ^ «IM«,|«ap ojdec.of:theyqtirrp« <}f «e Ceuray/pfSJfttaMPtvnoft It TAX NOTICE. Notice ts heteby \given that the war? rant and tax rdll for City, County and State tteesfiWar-detivered and left with me this: |4th day ofjFebruary, 192p, %. .D4ed beef. p«* lb, Will be re|d^toHeWR#«aId taxes at-mip * \\**' \^ io e ln J&& G J£LSS?iL l Cas°4 s t., Geneva; tlio-atterrjocin, ^&J&*h ^^M c ?jP,t , «*,.Sun; .oliaBrs. -?Tne following U the tociudihi 50«y*'«ni_. c ,_..^ --,-..,,__ ... - Ui^^orJ^^oliiaiohsOf-taites. ; ' • . * \tldrty drtysUAfter. thfes^rst pwucatlan of We twtsiffiKFs^ndt^e:-\ shair^be payable. ^irttHont^fiee, Percentage, or interest tfiereoj[i.wari *ll taxejntir*sses»a''entii.xe^ inisininr* unpaid *srfsr ajercxisira l tknr\Of nu'cb-/thlj*'y d«y>, th«L4re«Rurar;sbaU.c61^ ilect one per cent addltional.^and all.-taxes 'itnd .isSflmsm^ts r^ajBing unpaid 'after the ^xtfiratlon of ^dheije^ys, frb^j such first publication sball^ bear, and th^re shall oeneoliaetea ^thefeon Tn ad,dJition.. thereto, one per centum per .month from the-exp.iritUQn ; .of said ninety day*, which perc^5»p^^iyartw«\ : t | * tfe fc^y.' Coral's ViirylriB \Coliffc Genuine-coral -inay-be-r^ s fftflt^ wlilte. blue, yellow, green «r .tt«^»:-|g^p , the last lielnjr the yarest ajld- n>0»t: »p1ghiy priited. -The next valjaaBie 1| the jjed coraj, .\vh}ch is^usceptjbje tiS* ' n high polish and i« mbst m us« fop J fOtlfce-iS* --••—---- eufor,* Bark yesterday of what he.totiends to do lo the bails pitched to him *J next .season's games to prove the Yankees were nbjt.itung on the recoraAprico of abW.ll50.00B which ivas paid tor hlnu '. tJBflbe\ wa% first to bat for practice.; ,H e whaled the initial ball ^a. wallop tjiai carried.. it well oyeiv the center ffield'fenye^, IXon^^. ' \ .- ^to§^L fcEAGUE \ . -.<^.-.-»>..«. -'- '>-\-\»'''' •'*• - _, • • The Fay and .Bowehs vs. Radiato;r ) ,and Gdneo v«! Co: Bfare Schedules fo>; the industrial League 1 on the % is? C. A. court iomorro* evening. Tlie Fs,ys and'Radiators- wlli'pla? the flfsfpme and the soldiers meet the raxor f thak- ers in the second. ' \ Mwelfy^bejhg\ the' wftV^tniamtcii. Coraiav^e^u^hly.cIjMM^n^er^f*- hemds*,- the thorny caralswaml: the Ihjaft or stenfc,«ora,ls. To tjh,e formtr,i»lcjpr the *ed and black forms and the <whM ( to the latter. Bed cofsl-ft <a«ie«? ( found In the •Mediterranean. ::Th«s coralfe' fotind on' the Atlahtlc teonsit of Florida *re the llmo, or stone corali. ?whlefc ar.e the'reef-bpitdins forui^. * •.•? •• ••'•••-* \•' •••\•4- • * • . -- '\ • INDUSTRIAL BASKETBALL • StartdirV^Bf^iB**.^ \ >• Fay Bows • Gencos *It SV'R.: 'V. r- -- — , now-:g»w£Keeper 01 *ne x»cmu- jjvi_a. a :.3 •-- et<, ad house -estatesi -said' -wild fowl Z-^t ^ '\''\ and other game took refills' on-farins T|wPl A \ '**•\ Read th» Want Aifc.* *Tli»y J*r» «»• Urtttirtitb - _ \ x. Games Won logt P.<^ • 6 6 0 10006 • 8*4 r .*W4 4 2 .666 • 8- S' •* .800-4 ins \lis*-* 2 5 ;',8S'5'4 1 •«'\ i«* 35© 1 CHAINS, ETC. (QuoK. ^qns from Davison's) Coi-nmeal. per.ton .>. f6.00970.00 Chop Feed.piu- ton ........tp.00#<5.00 Corp,-per hu,. 1 70© 1 go OftU, per-ou. ,'. 70© 80 Wheat, per bu. „.2 25#2 60 Bailey, p« bu........... j 10W 1 25 Rochester, Mftccb 3d.— Rochester, FeJ^ JS8— LIVE. KOUL-rnV.' Chickens^ per 10. ..,,.«..- • Turkeys, per lb, ,.^p 40 Ducks, per lb. ,. 32® 35 Geese per lb. >; • • •^im\ M gi FRJSSK PHESr-D PORUTRV. Turkeys, per lb .....i.^, 60© 55 'ChlekejEi^. per lb , M 40© 42 Fowls .,.....*....,.»...,.. 35© v 40 Ductkij. ppr.lb......,,,..;.., .. & ^2 Gaese, perlb .-. - ..•©*- 30) 'FRESH MEATS -Veals, per CWL ,.,>....,^ ^Op®^^ Beef, drassed, per ewt ^.lFoo^lS 00 Spring Iamb, per ewt. .,,.30 i>0©32'001'\ 'li'LOUR— Steady. •Straight .pigs, .per cwt^<--l£n00@-19»00 SMOKED MEAT8 IVMD LARD, Inal. Mesa. M1.00#42.00; family, 52® : f LARD—Market ruled easy and nom- <*fah taty, 19. 3-8c. Market-easy and nominal. Middle West, |20.00©20.00. TALLOW—Market barely steady. City prime, 141,4c loose; special loose, loC. COFFEE—Market Bteady 1 point lower to 4 points higher. No, 7 Rio on spot, 14 6-8c RICE—Market ouiet l-2@l5o. MOLASSES—Market ruled quiet Open kettle, $1, 02@1.12 ; black strap.in barrels, 26c. RAW SUGAR—Supply restricted. Centrifugals, 9.60@10.24 1-2; molasses sugar. @ REFDTED SUGAR-Market ruled firm. Fine granulated 15#16c; cut loaA ,. ..,&.,.. .^crushed, J monld. A, @ ; cubes, @ ; powdered, diamond A @ confectioners A, ©..-...; softs @ No. 2 is 5 points below No. l'and be low 1 and Nos. 3 to 14 are each 5 points lower than the preceeding year. Butter—Market dull; creamery ex- tras, «5#68c; firsts, 62@66c; higher, 65 3-4@64c; state, dairy, tubs, 45#64c; renovated, extras, 53 l-2#54o; imita- tion, creamery, flrstc, 45@46. CHEESE—Market Irregular; state, whole milk, specials. 29 l-2®3io; fancy 28@29q; lower grades, 16qtS?fc; r $Kis- consln, whole mjtfk, fancy\ |4roung Americas, 32@33c; • state, sklnls,' spe- cials, 17@22o; chbice, 13@l&e(f fair to good, -10@-l8ej lower grajfeST 4®9c.\ EGGS—Market^^rSter; nearby, whltc^n^yv-wcTbrown, 61@62c; ex- tias, •B'SWOOc; firsts, 66 lr,2©5?c. POTATOES (in-bnlk, barrel or bag) —Market firm. Nearby whltOj *4,50<i}> 9.60; Bermudaa, J7.00@13.00 ; South* erns....>3.0Q©6^o-, — ~ —™-™. BEANS (1919)—Market steady, iVTar- row, choice, Jll.00@12.00 ; pea, choico, *7.60@8TvO; kldnpys, choice, *T4.75@... DRIED FRUITS—Market ruled tveak. ^Apricots, extra choice to fancy, •19 1-2@31c; apples, evaporated, prime to fancy, 18@26 i-2c; prunes, 30s to 60s, 17@25c; do, 60s to 100s, 12 1-2® 15c; peaches, extra choice to fancy. 18 l-2@23c seeded raisins, choice to fancy. 21#29 l-2c, DRESSED POULTRY—Market un- changed. Chickens, 26®48c; fowls, 29 @40c; turkeys, 44@56c; ducks, 25©4lo; geese, 25@4lc. . LIVE POULTRY—Market' unsettled No quotations. COTTON SEED OIL—Market ruled easy. Spot, J17.78; crude, J18J> 0@18.75 . PETROLJEU M—Market stronc Crude Pennsylvania, J5.80, .T U R P E N.TINE—Market firmer $2.03. ROSIN—Market ruled steady. Com- , mon,i»l7Hj(). * WOOL—'Market ruled steady. Do - .mestic fleece.Ji-X Ohio, «2G®*1.00; do, pnlted, scoured basis, 7DC@J50; do Texas, scouted basis, J1.Q0Q1.75. HIDES—Market ruled steady. Na - tives, 37 l-2c; branded yteers, 3?c.* RAY (per 100 pounds)—Market strong. No. 1, J2.70ig>2.76; No. 2, $12.40 mm, clover mixed,.J2.36©2J0. * STRAW (per 100 ..pounds)-tMarkefc strong: Rycj .*iJs6<§)i,36. ,»HOPS (1919)—Market jrulgdi d«ll Perhaps You J)m s t Know What Flavor You Want . ~. ~ M Then why not drop in'and find out? The Chocolate Browns are as rich as^ a Landlord— Tho Huckleberry Blues were Wmvtp tastler^— , * The Apple Oreens. rnrh' just .a «lttJe % ^\ 4eepcr than still water-—. 4^nU the new Cinnamon -slradest wl)J linger in your memory jlhe a., coll o r golden balr. ^ No trou-hle to show tho gooda -we te- Btard it a privilege to take you thru' the new Spring modes and ntroduee you to tjie new' fashionable models-* and unless jso're very muofc* mletaHer you'll be glad to meet them. Rogan & Johnson's Spring SuittJ35to $50 bu€ left foroet the price—whort w« WJin.t y«n .to. see are th» patterns. ^ _ m ™^—. DOLLAR DAY SATURDAY r*' T- Rogan & Johnson Clothes for Men 16 Seneca St. Geneval— Bacon per lb. Ham, per lb. ........... h California hams, .per lb. ..© ..© ..© -J» 25® 75(3> • *5© 100© @ '3S •2 22 40 \ SO *P 160 CO Prime to choice, 8Q@85o; PaclncSCoast, PWme\*to choice, 80c@86e. _ _^ • ^-— i —,, .....# f —> — - - — '~ M BUFFALO GRAIN MARKET **-*** •• Buffalo, aiarch 1. Wholesale 1-2 cottpn saoksj J14 60 Quality Products MODERATELY PRICED •\ ft • , m ledgers,'ErtMlelew, F*a| Binders, Sheet ^ Memoran<hcms, Prke Books, Sheets and &id«««» Luge AMortuent Carried i»Slt tmm+mmm .ini ilir 1 'Till r •'•-ii-( , lri r Mini foaiuaar 435 Exchange Street Geneva, N. Y. Mi £t, 1 wjth.me..th/i <^%8m0} BriiieatotJ&y Lard, In tierces » , .«ESMTA8LE3, Beets, hew, per busliel .\ do, basket >.....,...,.. Cabbage, homegr'wn, dpz. •do per ton .............. Carrott— •do. - biishel. b....,'.,.. ,'»»j, w , ;CeI.«*y,,.,db«en. ........»..«^ a . f ^?j! i _, atJJS1 ,. 7db^rjte bund.fes, 6s, ^0^2*70© i.%- E^fXCrifer do«en ..,.... . 4 svr- a »3ft 'fflgjSpring,- H!a»s.ei*die&. pep lb..,. «** ^Xm 10 Kale; pfer bushej .... ^,... ,J 70© 75 Leltrtfe, com,, -pjer do*. -, eu ' '4$& •» 46* Onions, dry :>..<•.•j T ^..-; J ^kMSkl Oft: ^gree^.;do^tiu^is*t--.' -«#»V# ;4o,.Spa^l»bf,p*t!,.-crab».iia- 3 J'|#4^0 ^?r4e>!iey, ieo^fcgftjjk-*^ 4-*»©r -.-« jdo^CaUforni^. s pe r owV it •%• 00© 7 $$ j«o. f»**?t* Hiyapeft \. 2 60© 2-76 yRJtM*h*», -sfKtfesswn „ r.torentto.hpiU^ ido, whitie^do^en .......... isplttaeh*. per DfetfieJ jH^bVd.wW^^iWr lb, ., ?TwfMn», per'bushel 44y». aha^OJpiiyaHw. *~-.-~\ •* < ,w«..6--* f , vG«mest»et,ijaf«y«»^enue«&ni pak «,.--. . v..- jStreet to~m&&##&tBits; -Oak -street- jWASercretoKd^jten •Jtoia. Castle m®£ im^MLtof 1 «fesf-fs. yul-; i '' * J \ t 4 \Cmy jftreet frflnujEJIffi sr^ct/lr-Hamil^ h •toftstreet •\..'. ..«•' , j. • .r*--iK? r.Bated *W*wft*w^\ -' .» .««*•«., ^. • crt^^jB^urgr,. : T'lgE' ?§!&§£& jO'^-Tsaa^S^^'JBJ-. •New Yoi«<^^y 4&&'Gt&ce ,pf Gpjl Fi*« . ••( ana Indeperident. - , . To:>Tame*.A. iSMHocb, \Veronica Giles, - Wiherea*, -Robert-. *&i i&xt leek has-pe- t'ohed 4» *™ .Surrogate's Court of ojir .Cofhiy^otientaelo- tftr-hayfe- u pertain tbi* strUment-fa writing, relating to bstfc veal andv, -pers^naf jpHgpewtyi duly'Proved .as \\•- ' , - ai i_ *'\ —-\ *\\*--nent .iOf^.tGracil v> , ,„, .Gprhani. taltKg E ......, __ , „. •iM#hd.. state^f•• New ;TOo%8^%|^^ 4 %''^8^ i 'M.<p ? Ahaitid\ .6 .6 '-: 7 r 7 -ftaisaw^ %m< 5.* •••••4*•*•<••* TH&: P<E0PLE i>P, • THE - STAT|l %W New Tork, py the Grace of <%ofLJS'ie& and Inffependent,,* * \^ji. \ To,JHatty J*«.BbraejL«Graee E. Fleiidnafc., iSftJcon L. Coe. Gaylora .Coa .Jamea,P v Coe.\Perry S..Coe, Hatty E. Cde,' ..zmeg* M. 'Coe, Fjarik A. Ptirdy and Jame»-M. Pufdy, ,who j»re interested as creditors/' , .itext-'of- kin, ..legatees, or. otherwise, in • the estate of Anna. A. Gaylord, late-of the City of Geneva, In Ontario County, 'N, ¥.. deceased.. GRKHSTWGJ .; „_^„— ^„,.-,~. „, , .„ „„- - You, and ;each of f you. are hereby.cited •. ie tf 0i 'ti'^t&fSLgf^- fn-tjf ^fiFof to show cause hefore our Surrey pf, d^ya\lWW0&^m j(fl WmmW bur-County of Ontario, at the Surrogste's ihw2*di-day of Apj*a\i¥wat ieh .«^oS ^Vf l * 0<f , t .^'* lou \. , / • »e'<V«t the^Cjtyiii, the^os^«o»^6rtaatt4*y, jwiiy *%%&$' Hall, in the City.-of.Gent-va, in $m CoTun- J last- will \ •-•\-'--'•— --•-»-•- WJ»»- •ty'of Ontario, dn the 2id day of •April, Inam^tflB A.D., 1920 at t<>n o'clock in the ,fofe' t i*Sr*o>,al POoh, • why. the account of Frederick. 1 • Whttweil. as Executor of the lai»t Will f and Testament of Anna' A. Gay^rS, lat-? of the City of G*nfev«; N. Y..: deceased, should not ibe judicially settled and ul- e :' IN TESTHrfhNT. WTrHRBOP, ife.i <US.L, • - ^% cius«. the,6641 o« tfte SiUd, ,i a • . .Surrogate'* Coart to be lioro» T v<r '.'• -tuHo ejOxed. ''* • J \'\ < W^SfESSl-#>«- Henr. t- ,. ton. Sui-rogsfe^f said *Ja .tUS ) at Cana.iidalgufi. UHJ 437th, day l • Aitomi - of February otto thoasand n'ne t ^a | ti 1 Gei ..,.,._ ^.. 1 in a twenty i.ihe htjggp « • t « m * Best patent — Baker's patent Clear , Pastry .......:. Graham ....._.. ..,..,.. Low grade flour, per ton JEtye iloiir, light Rye flour, dark straight Wheat floiw, \W^-ib. Jutf, car loads :.:... ,'. .10 «5 .LJ^^M^SEDS^ctlve inquiry for mill- *vS . 3lT«eefl* and offerings light, -*$•<%«. •'.'•• I Ijran 100-lb. sack. QStan&ird' mlddllrigs, do , ^orapmeal, cnarse, per ton Hominy *.. Oilmeal, per ton r-^CORN—Quite a good demand for all grades of com and the market closed firm at Saturday's prices^ ' Closing; No. 1 yellow, , H,6-»; No, 2 yellow^JJ1.63; No. 3 yellow J1.61;- No, 4 yeilow-lVSe; Ko..6ye)loWi JI.52; No. ¥ |p|g, v jL45,©1.4.7--*n t&Mfki thvoufih m<&\ - - r 1 - .'•.....•- • , Sales: 3 cars No.- 2 yellow, v fLfi3;. thref*caVs No. 3 yelioV, $1.61;\ feur CsH>No. 4 yellow, 11.66; two cars No. 6 y^llowi J1.62; one car No. 4 mixed Jl.|l; oil track through billed. , *>«- OATSr-»rE^riy sales -Were a t Satur- -s '30© rZ% ..© .E®,.:-M : ...14 25 .- 10 00 ...11 50 ...65 .00 ....9 26 9 00 Mixed cars .,...160 00 .......65 00 .66-00 .......«4 00 75 00 Apples—Per bbl„ »9, 26@9.50 . \—~ • Cabbager-Danish, per ton, J66.00<§_ 75^)0. • -.'-'. — Onions—Per ewt., *6; 00@6.00 . 4 . Chicago, Feb. 29—Potatoes, per <5wt f ,, J4.40®4.65. ... * Cal-bagre—Per ton, «65iOO@7w6. Onions—Per sack, OOO lb», J6v50©» % 1M. •-..«- % . . :*—\•— <• Haur and Straw Markets , V, New York, March 1—New invoices 1 of bay running light and market con- i- tiiiues firm- Straw very scarce. % HAY PER TON.-L-ARGE BALES \\d^r; No. 1 timothy J64 00055 00 *> No. 2 5100@54 00\^ No. 3 4g 00^52 «0 4 Shipping ............ >..... 47 •0(g)6« 00 Fancy Hg-ht clover, nttated 50-0ft®S2 fli No. 1 clover, mixed .,..48 OOaJSl 09 No. 2 clover, mixed 47 06#5O 09 -* STRAW PEK TON f No. 1 rye 26 00®. ? No. 1 oat 23 00#. . t Boston. March t— HAY-ilarEet rs firmer; sales No. 2 timothy at 3*43© J45; No. 2 Eastern ttt »4t©f44, No 3 s - hay at 49«J'42, plover mised at J40® J43 and fine*, hay at J38@J4l. ' Rye straw day's-pejeepj and later lc advance was , quote(1 at 2 mia and oat straw at J21 .pald ? ,and^all the offerings' takeri, - ? -r fW%^ t ff^W^^^^ vrhite.-HH-2c;-four cars do., ^ow|s,^eK. lb .... ,.^^* 4% -pprOigers,'.peiidb. , »,.,V„, 4& .pucjia, jjer lb, Geeas, ,pep 11). * \7? ,ff * fmr eQiRN—Markcrl firm*.. N# # Aiy«liloti (newMfiJS* i»Zi iN* -a^yeljow (neW), ..oAjb^ps^ jam*. fm*!* ^Cabba«| r !(>^l% ,| p'er ton.; «koO(ii> rr rf*f:^ «W ll^SfTlSf^? f^stonsrRete^J^P^tatoea-^er .\\«» **-\^lc%ingz -Sfo-t I white,.: 99ci \ ' bite, No. 2 -No chdngrtn prices. Lit- 2% 41c- intrufry,.- . • »r*® i%g$a$®to ..Malting - $L«5®>3U75; feed. '4$MtJs&@\A'i on track or in store. Esti.- r , \' rnat^i .cars, ojae, M«W vftiMe MAHKIT ' '^h^agor-Cloaed: .Cash. No. 2, J.1.43 » ->CwYOJ'k, March 1. -Milwaukee-Closed: J1.52®1.53. JSLOfJS—Market ruled f jtn«etlve. MinnenPolis-iClosed: $1.1-8© 1.3». jSpi^rpatents, 'tj2.fe#4*s6,0: « ^lears, .,..RYi&t-'steady. No. 2 quoted, J1.66 on «^©10,28, winter 8t^h^»@ h W throiurh billed ^ ' • \•^^1 \^ -»-»-^T ^ -.-CMcagO-^Caoseds Cash No. 2, Jl.a9 • WHI'A < r r ;¥'avket Wt®hi»a!fid^ir Si>9t ft^2j#l;S0> »W»-1L60 3-4. No.J |^d winter, *tJ2,6Bjro.^steatri- ^fnneapolrs^p-sed: ©n track; $J.- Live Stock. Market East Buffalo. March \l-^CATTLi;— Receipts 3,500 head. ' Market ruled steady; sales shipping steers at 113 00 „ @14.60; butchers' at $9.00@12:75, year- T lings at *1?.50@ 13.60. heifers at $«00^ #11.00, cows at J4.00@J10.0». bulls i t $ 6.00@1O.SO and stockers'aftd feedersv ^ at $6.00@-1000, FrMh cows and spnn- * grrs sold at 6.OO@$176.e0. .. CALyESr-Receipts- 2,400 h«ad> Mai ~ ' ket'slow and prices $1^75 lower; sjless at $6.rj0@$23.\6O HOQS^—Receipts 12.00 head. HIT J _ ket. steady; sal'es heavy at • JlB.50(fB * 15.76, mixed at. J16.0O(gll6.25, Yorkeis i\ light Yorkers and pigs at 516.25&35 roughs at $ 13.O0@13.25 and stags at J8.oo@io.eo . ' ;L SHEi;P AMD LAMBS— Receipts, 8,000 h*ad- Lambs 10c higher; others *un- v ' 1 ehstnged: sales \ lanths- at $13.00@ 20.85, yeariing6,at. o Jt2.0P® 18^50, weth- pf ftadelpliia,: Feb. p— Potatoes, per ers at $15.50^.16.00. ew?s at J6.00® ! \ v ' ' 14.50. and mlxea\ : sneep '.'at $S4.50g>$15 Barley .Markets Buffalo. MVreh l-5fJARLKY Mai .ket inactive; hratiing cniotedt at $1 b5 1.76 and feed atJl.5S.^i.6|^OB track, aj'Jthrotfgh billed., j },.* ''\'''''''. ^4 • *ff. 1 l i •^^luu^til I ket $1k flasket stead>;' teiatnjr qjtotoel'at $148 ,t per] #1-50 and niattiaj| a4,%^6(8^-69, 6 •* >i s %, New Yor^ aj8oat, w , , . . \ , Sllr s ^ i#£nb*-%*~iK*

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