s, • lf&* *<• i\ V. FT r ! -iS- «*-*\ : •. . _;•». &j$&3£«£ *p3H®S, - f. v/J %- St CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS and Want Department RATES: One Cent a Word each insertion. Six consecutive insertions for the price of five. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents. n '. , . . . SPECIAL NOTICE:—Page closes 10:30 a. m. Aflsnot in at that hour will he held over until the following day. t - TELEPHONE: Business Office No. 2424 >A'f?:M* ft LOST AND FOUND FOUND—The place to have your up- holstering an<j furniture repairing done. Guaranteed workmanship and prompt service. Phone 4365. 366 Exchange street. 610 , LOST—A pin. Carbuncle surrounded by pearls. Valuable only to owner. 8 Return to Times office Reward. 80 >i 1 nil M_ j 1 1 LOST—Dealer's plates NO; 4-156 on or near Lochland Road. Return to •f O'Malley Motor Co. 75 I LOST—A pair of nose glasses on Friday afternoon between N, Y. C. and First National Bank. Return to Mias Bennett, Keilty store. Re- ward. 84 LOST—Between Castle St. and Glen- wood cemetery, a child's blue sweater with white collar and cuffs. Finder please return to Mrs. Ben Brown, 315 Castle street. 113 HELP WANTED-FEMALE GIRLS wanted over 16 years of age. Light work and good pfty. Apply Ge- neva Cutlery Co. 046 vHmatffSi GOOD COOK OR WAITRESS wanted —Apply Mrs. M. J. Root, 737 S. Main street. 132 GIRL OR WOMAN wanted to assist With general housework by day or \Week. Apply No. 203 So. Wast St. Phone 3042. 2 GIRL OR WOMAN ~~ anted to help with cooking.\ No experience re- quired. Duffy's Restaurant. 8 GIRL wanted for clerical work. One with experience preferred. Inquire _ Geneva Times office*. 83 WOMAN wanted for general house- work.^ No washing, ironing or bak- ing. \Asleep out nights. A-6 care of Times office. WAITRESSES wanted at Hotel Sen- eca Immediately, > \*108 WAITRESS wanted—fKirkwood hotel. 89 WOMAN wanted to do housework In country for man and wife; good wages. Inquire at Clark's. Restau- Tant, 83 N. Genesee street, Geneva, N. Y. 93 WARD MAID wanted—$25 per month. Geneva C4ty Hospital. 125 WAITRESS wanted at Y. M. C. A. Restaurant tor steady work. Noon work'or short hour work. 131 YOUNG WOMAN wanted. One with secretarial esperienco preferred. Times office. 911 YOUNG WOMAN wunted for office wor:. Address M-98 Times office. 34 HELP WANTED—MALE '' ' BOY wanted in mailing department from 3:30 to 6 afternoons. Times of- fice. 81 ft FIRST CLASS MACHINIST wanted. Geneva Cutlery Co. 99 s*lifcM HELP wanted—Boys and girls over sixteen and young men and women for light clean machine work and Inspection. We will start operations on steel type Juno- 21st. Write In for application blanks or call at the factory office on I^ewis street. Em- ployment Dept. Hulse Manufacturing Company. ,126 MOTORMAN AND CONDUCTOR wanted, Apply G. S. P. & ,A. R. R. .Co., General Office, Waterloo, N. Y. 271 PLAIN COOK—Wanted. Man of woman. Murphy's Restaurant. 61 WIDE AWAKE MAN -wanted with some experience in trie frnlt produce *.nd grocery business. Must furnish . reference. Rochester Fruit and Veg- etable Co., 495 Exchange St. 121 SITUATIONS WANTED LICENSED CHAUFFEUR would like work driving light truck or delivery. Address A-9 Times office. 115 ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM for rent. Enquire 239 Washington St. 91 FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. All conveniences. 818°ExcTiange St. 95 FURNISHED ROOM for rent. 248 Pulteney St. Phone 535.4. 130 ROOMS FOR RENT LARGE ROOM fo,r rent; nice loca- tion, near Main ^t. All conveniences. Phone 5578. \\ «' 94 112 GENESEE ST—Pleasant fur- nished room for rent Opposite Gene- see Park. 833 FOR SALE BAMBOO FISHING POLES and all fishing supplies at Hawkln'8 Hard- ware Store. 801 BABY CARIAGE for sale—Slightly used. F. A. Whittam manufactured; Address A-G Times office. i. ii „, i. Women Wanted § For General House- a work * Every day there an little ads on thin page aiking for a woman for general housework. If you with this kind of work look^ through the \Help Wanted\ cpl-~ umn today. The opportunity you are looking for may bo there. _ If you wish work iof any kind try placing a little Want Ad\ in the Timet. Rate One Penny a Word. We take Ads by \tele- phone. BICYCLE for «ale—Good second-hand. New tires and in A-l condition. Ad- dress A-8 Times office. 114 BERSHIRE PIGS for sale—Six Weeks old. Phono 2846, Oak Hill Farm, Jay street. 120 CABBAGE PLANTS for sale, 2,000,000 to sell, left from my 5,000,000 bed. %2 per thousand. All Beed .treated for disease. N. Oaks, Jr., Oaks Corners. 77 CREAM SEPARATORS for sale. All leading makes. $10 reduction, balance of this month, Haysscn Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 780 FRENCH POODLE DOG for sale- One year old. \SCell -tnrmriftr \PiTce Ten Dollars. Address A-4 Times of- fice. 88 FLEMISH GIANTS RABBITS for sale. Breeding does. Does with young; 2 bucks. Young stock. Call after 6 p. m. H. Peterson, 20 Spring St. 24 GOOD WIND MILL for sale cheap. Almost new.J. \Howell Geneva, N. Y., R. D. 8. 66 GIRLS' U8ED BICYCLES. We have a number of girls' used bicycles, ranging In price from $8.00 to $20.00. If you are Interested come In, and look them over. 19 Tilman St. 53 HOLSTEIN JERSEY COW for sale. Coming 8 years, heavy milker, calf by side. Geo. Madlgan, Darrow Farm, Gates Sub-Station road. Phone 27-F-13. - -72 JUST ARRIVED with twenty head of Indiana horses, also 2 Shotland ponies, well broken for children. Wm. Bowen, Seymour Alley. Phone 5123. 73 LEHIGH CEMENT for permanency— for sale Jby C. C. Davison. ?91 LARGE TENT for sale—With furni- ture. Address A-7 Times office. 123 MILK ROUTE—For sale In Waterloo, doing good business. Will sell on easy terms. HI health cause for sell- ing. Address M-99 Times office. 956 WAKE ME AN OFFER Cherries on the trees; Peel, 73 Genesee street. NITRATE OF SODA for quantity, at reasonable mixed fertilizers. M. J. esee Park. for my fine . sale— price; Maney, Sour crop. 124 Small also Gen- 122 NO POISON in Pratts' Lice Killer but it is guaranteed to destroy all insects on Cucumbers, Squash, Melons, Vines, Rose and Currant Bushes, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed by C. W. McDougall and Sons. 110 ONE BILLIARD TABLE for sale. As 'good as new, cheap for cash. Ad- dress M-68, Times office. 8 PEONIES for sale 50 eta a dozen. Stanley Harris, 508 _ Washington St. 86 REFRIGERATOR for sale, nearly new; oil heater and oil can; 1 Reed porch chair, hand vacuum cleaner, combination desk and bookcase, san- itary couch, Singer sewing machine, fruit Jars 50c per dozen. Phone 5633, 133 SQUARE PIANO for sale—In perfect condition. Phone 5332. 103 SECOND HAND MOTORCYCLES, 1-1915 Harley and side car, 1-1917 Harley and side car; both machines are in fine shape; good tires and fully equipped. 1-1916 Excclstor Lewis-lightsf, 9 Flresto tanks. 1,9 Tilman street. 54 SEED POTATOES for sale-10 bu. Rurals. M. COnroy, Stanley. n<j TOMATO PLANTS for sale .also cabl bage plants. Peter Rock, no High St - 134 **************** * A keyed advertitoment, that la, + * one i n which the addreis it given • + in care of tome number, Time* * * office oan only be answered by a • * letter. * + Do not telephone asking for the * * name or address of the adver- * * tiser, as the office employees are * + not allowed to give out this in- + + formation. • **************** FOR SALE THE MC LAREN RESIDENCE for sale at 99 Lafayette Ave-rHaxdwood floors throughout, sleeping porch, large barn or carpenter shop\ lot &0 x 150. 1 Reo touring car, run 6,000 miles, first class condition; 1 refrig- .-eratar, nearly new; carpenter^.tools, \Jacfirscrews large floor scraper, crow bars, etc.; 15 gal, keg, with 15 gal. vinegar. Inquire 99 Lafayette Ave. 127 TRACTOR for sale. International 8-16 horse power. Good condition. L. 1A. Cooper, Canandalgua State Road. 674 1 HORSE MOWING MACHINE for sale, surrey, fanning mill. Inquire Mrs. John Goodman, Port Hill road. • 69 2,000,000 cabbage plants for sale. Co- penhagen. All head, Glory, Danish, Treated seed,-grown in the open on ground free from disease. Can begin shipping June 10th. C. M. King, Tru- mansburg,.N.,Y\. phone 110-J, 829 AtiTOMOBJEES ONjE A TON TRUCK fojf (sale. Just overhauled $60p ca»fh, Ai *fi* Qataj, Oak*Comera,. v 6l4 RADIATORS*\-For JTprdf, Honey comb style, also second hand and re- built In stock., John,A. Pontius, Sin) St, . 4»5 FLATS FOR RENT FURNISHED APARTMENT for rent until October. > Living; room, bed- room, bath and kitchenette. Central. Harry Baeder, 505 South Main. 85 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE for ren*-in best residential section, for July* and August. Enquire A-l Times office. 96 LARGE GARAGE for rent •*- near Elka'Home. John Eden Farwell. 102 TWO ACRE PLACE for rent—with email house and barns, 1 1-2 mile from Waterloo, a mile from trolley; $10 month. Dpwden r Waterloo. Ill REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE FOUR ACRE HOME. Finely located on Waterloo trolley; Seneca Outlet In rear; boating, fish- ing; garden soli; apples, pears, cher- ries, raspberries, strawberries, etc. Neat dwelling with Tjatta, water pres- sure, city gas, furnace; poultry and squab houses, cowbarn; $4,000; 'will cut price a little if taken quick; im- mediate possession. Dowde.n, Water- loo. _, 112 A REAL HOME for sale on corner lot In good section of city. Full base- ment with cement floor and walls; hot and cold water for laundry. Thrfce rooms and large hall on first floor with oak floors and finish. Three bed-rooms, bath, closets and hall up- stairs. Large-attic with floor. Fur- nace heat, electricity and gas. Plenty apples, pears, plums, cherries, grapes and garden. Chicken house, yard and strfble. Owhep leaving town. Buy direct at\ last year's price and save agent's commission. Telephone 6971.' Address A-3 Times office. 87 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOME for aale, electric lights, gas, steam heat, hardwood floors, newly papered and painted throughout, lot 65x196 1-2 ft Inquire on premises. 81 Genesee St. MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOME for sale; electric lights, gas, hot air, newly papered and painted. In- quire at 108 Lewis street. 106 NINE ROOM HOUSE also one two and. four acre lots on Lenox Park, head of Washington street The Len.ox Park lots have many orna- mental and fruit trees. Perfect title, easy terms. Also four and one-half acres, head of William street. Charles D. Bean, 73 Seneca street, Geneva. I 1041 Dr. Jhapp«o% of Bggggggbuii&ffi^ Is Commencement SrJl Clifton Springs, June 3.*--Fr.ofeai$il| <D. *B. Williams of the Clifton Sp^m^l High school announces .that - J|(yfj Thompson, principal of the firocjcjioM Normal School, has-been en-g-ag&Wfl make the address at the High'^mi|if *\ ! Commencement In the 8ani|»i|m^:; ! Tabernacle on June 24th. The graduate tag exercises of the grades wilt^jpfjfl: on Tuesday evening,June 22d. ftev^ijpi J& Brown, pastor of the Flrsi-'-'BjilkSJp ?\ church of this village, will deuvii^-tieT baccalaureate sermon on Sunday ^evf*;] nlng, June 20th. There are, 'tw§ive£ graduates this, year. Halsey Rl^li? and Gladys FUtz are valeaiotOrl&n.j£p.jj salutatorlan, respectively. ' ' M *f FARMS FOR SALE SENECA COUNTY FARMS—I al- ways have good farms of all sizes on my list; see me before buying, E. W\ Dowden, Waterloo, N. Y. 67 ' — 13 1-2 ACRES for sale on Fort Hill Road. Well fruited. Centrally lo- cated. Inquire on premises. Mrs. John Goodman. 68 MISCELLANEOUS ASHES AND\ TRASH carried away free if put on pavement on Lyceum St. and nearby Sts. Phone 2138 be- fore putting them on pavement. Phone from 8-10 a. m., 12-1 or 6-8 p. m. after Tuesday. 81 ONTARfO- BUSINESS INSTITUTE, new Fairfax building, bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, secretarial and allied business subjects. Di.y and evening schools. ' S00 REAL ESTATE WANTED HOUSE wanted to buy—6 to 8 rooms; go6d location. Terms like rent. Ad- dress Mr. A;- P. Laclare, 17 Union St 129 o ZOK30E 10*30 EIGHT ROOM HOUSE for sale, gas, bath and* • furnace, large lot; also Donge touring car, 1918 model. 42 Cherry St Call after 6 p. m. 64 WANTED BOARDS wanted. Quantity of second hand boards, pine, .hemlock, oak or mapie. Should be one-inch thick and suitable for\ crating machinery. Can use several thousand feet. Wm. L. Packard, Geneva. 83 HIGHEST PRICES paid for rags, rub- bers, papers, metal, old iron, and bar- rels. S. Gorden, 88 Elm St. Phone 2728. 624 LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY want- ed at all times. Our trucks are at your service, Phono Mosher, 17-F-2, Stanle'y, before soiling. 621 RYE wanted for immediate delivery. Highest market price. C. C. Davison. 372 SMALL FLAT wanted—4 or 5 rooms; furnished or unfurnished. Address Postoffice Box 286 Geneva. 118 TIES wanted by the Geneva, Seneca Falls & Auburn R. fif^o. Address W. A. Shirley, Purchasing' Agent, Waterloo, N, Y. 779 WHEAT wanted. Any kind. Highest market price. Always buying. Ge- neva Mills. C. C. Davison. 217 YOUNG COUPLE wants a modern flat fr apartment. Address A-2 Times office. -92 SERVICES OFFERED AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS—Let us do your Kodak finishing. Lowest prices in the city. Bring or mall us your film. C. A. Chrysler, photogra- pher, 70 Colt St 7\44 IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR 8ELL . anything call or phone 5671, Bennett's Second-hand Store, 387 Exchange St, 117 RUGS FROM OLD CARPET and old clothes. Our truck calls in Geneva and vicinity every Wednesday. Wag- ner Rug Works, Seneca' Falls. \ 848 AUTOMOBILES FORD TOURING CAR for sale; wire • wheels, demountable rims; electric starter and lights; 6 tires.Call 19 Titlman street. 621 FORD TOURING CAR for sale, late 1917 model, flrgt-class condition. In- quire Service Garage, Lake street. * 28 Bringing Up Bill. ONE FORD ROADSTER for sale— 1918, starter, Just like new. P. O'Malley and Son. 128 EIGHT ROOM MODERN HOUSE for sale. Hard wood floors, fine location, price reasonable. Telephone Geneva 6340. 6 EIGHT ROOM modern house for sale. Hardwood floors, fine locaation, price reasonable. Telephone Geneva 6340. 6 HOUSE for sale—6 rooms and bath; central locatien, .paved.staeat. Chas. Townsend, Lines shoe store. 119 Read the Want Ads. Thej. «.a In* •eregtino. Leave Your Thirst At Our Fountain The Parting Will ^ Be Sweet Here you will find the most de- licious drinks made from pure fruit flavors and served with rich, enjoyable ice cream. O . s=s ^=^- .-fl o The Kirkwood CandyStore - 474 Exchange St. osaoi IOKX01 o IOB Clifton Springs, June 3—There Twijf* be ^meeting of the Ontario Co'ijhjy TuyHmlosis Committee on iWday- evening, June 4th„, at 7:30 P. M. itt'tnfi solarium of the Sanitarium, to 'whifih all who are interested in' public heajtlv, work are invited to attend. Thi'prOT gram includes a report on the work accomplished by the committee' laT it's/; eight months' active campaign* a hriefc address by George J, Nelbach, exeeii-\ tlve secretary of the State Tubercul'o/s sis and Public Health Committee, and also' moving pictures. Ono of the fllius to be shown is \Jinks\, an ani- mated cartoon, which is very amusing as well as instructive. The other pic- ture to be shown is entitled, \An EquaL; Chance,\ and portrays fey meansFofjan interesting story the activities of \a public nurse in a rural community. It- is hoped that a large representative- gathering from the ctounty wl|I«. be present. f • 4k<andh*:«i$ i'-.w,?*»t..:Me,Jti80 p. m.. which\ «;i_** :, »f tfWV-feillr wcept Sunday. = e—»•• \'-.p •' Enterprise Grange Held Regular Meeting — T ' • • Oaks Corners,' June 3;—Enterprise Grange held their regular meeting Tuesday June'\1st At the regular business session thesecretary read a note stating that the Pomona Grange will be held June 8 at West Bloom- field Mrs. Suydam was appointed as dele- gate from Enterprise grange. It was4 decided to join with the\ church and hold a community nlcnlc, Monday-Jute. fifth, James Weston, James Benning- ton and Mrs. Suydam were appointed as arrangement committee. They are to appoint food and sport committees. The leader's hour was taken up by Mrs. Dan Bennett and Mrs. C. W. Dorsly. A paper was read on \How to. take your hurdles',. Mrs. JohnStraton read a poem on \Always some thing eJse^tQ.de^.. Mrs. Earnest Waterman rendered a piano solo. Discussion on \Who shall join the grange\ followed* The Iastmeeting of the season will be. held JunelS. ' . Special program Is -being—planned, and all members are urged .to attend,; every how m> tTHH' P. m., 7:30, 9:S0 „!£? s P. m., which oL'iS PpiR SALE house in Geneva, A o,r#;at. bargain • for quick »»j fc |' Owner moving out of the «|t y . GEORGE F. DITMAR3 (pityifelall ' Geneva,. N, Y, Near Geneva 97 acres vysst of Geneva. Extra flood home; Barns old style. Imt in good condition. Thisland-hi, been f ILjE DRAINED to thor. t'oughfyr that this feature alone ii worth $T0O per acre.- .N*ar$ro|i I/' 72 1-2 acres only 1-2 mile Read the Want Ada. , They ure U»« -ereBtmg. .-^—* J- Preemption stop on K & E. Trol. ley. / Land is thoroughly til* drained and lies beautifully. 8 room house, barn 32x70 ft, cow barn, chicken house, C11 AAA etc. Price ........ ' F. S. BROWNLEE FAIRFAX BLOCK The Hulse Manufacturing Company .will start operations on steel type, June 21st \ We Will Require Boys and Girls over 16 Years of Age and Young Men and Women For Light Glean Machine Work and Inspection Write in for application blanks, or call at trie factory office on Lewis street. * Hulse Manufacturing Co. * Employment Department Lewis Street _ Geneva, N. Y< Real Estate ;\§jftSYLE • ST. near Pultenty. 9 -4 room Brick House. Largs * lot WILLfANr ST., near Grovs. , Double House 7 room, 8 room. Improvements. A good investment. GENESEE ST., near North St. A 16 room House. Modern. Large lot. LYCEUM ST., near Elmvwod Place. 6 room house. INQUIRE Wm.M.Fink, Over Geneva National Bank Geneva, N. Y. K i k.jir-\» AK. l'fu / aJj* wttEbJi |yoo i ASKED. ME-v, 4M .OTDiSu I. t B.UT*l4ST: #fP .0.1 r«*M Strrin fat* £-*.& S£Bf] Distinctive Silver - for *Tlie JUNE Bride Perfect In quality and workmari- shlp-*le*lgn* of rate beauty ano character I* our; jSllyer—thejtuiea deslre_a*alti:-of the bride. We invite your Inspection. Robert ^ Quick •V..v. .,- Jeweler Linden 8t. Geneva, M. »• XORK, eyftho\ Grace of Sod Free *M, Sohmelzer; \Thfiresa .Clifford £rowiej.. Nellie G> -elfttorai Ralph .Clifford. J. £. BOM, -W. Kj Morris and Mrs M» Weaver wSo>«Br« Jnt, e *f ste ? i> s £ ntt* iiext J of Iciri, huSMnd. legatees, or otftw •*We,iti the^'estateof.SarfthCllffordIKgw late-of the eaty.of 1 G«n^i n ™ r §S?^ ! County, N> t./ deceased, .^BfiETIN^, Yotif W'eacM t ttt youl are he«brcii«}' to show eaUtfe. before- our Surrogate?' ouBCouri^'of 0nt|irW.'at:tt ls flta'oitf I•Cotiafcv 6t *^d: bounty, ^Waftt !» CTjr LaaH;-*Ur the\ Cir* « &m&t*i in 6al „ d , c S l 1r. 6i Ontario, rsh 4b* 18th day ofJgJ- :*hy the aeeourit of Marol* B'e^S 8 , ^i outor ahouid not he judicially settled «w jtuftogate'* Court to »e » ei | Ciintor GUS ' • ,-i** (prlc- flurrogate'g &M* :\ V.., -v*,^ ... • NOTICK-T^OBKPjTOHS- ,,.*, town ot^*tiewOtthtrlO^County, »_.