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•t If J MM*. 1 \'A*'I By I *•• PAGE EIGHT tjKNBv-A ^>aU2r Haws, immEBt}A%yamm ws& 'ij£*rjr»*. w it* if $1* CLASSffHED-ApVERTISEMB^rS and Want Department RATES: One Cent a Word each insertion. Six consecutive insertions for the price of five. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents. SPECIAL NOTICE:—Page closes 10:30 a. m. Ads not in at tha-jt hour will be held over until the following day. TELEPHONE: Business Office No. 2424 . \ ! gMMCtsssxsxssss^ REAL ESTATE FOR SAiLB LOST AND FOUND <*> FOUND—The place to have your up- W'' holsterlng done.- •'Guara-nteed work- f t raanship and prompt service. W. D. .. Scrlbaer, 366 Exchange St. Phone M 4365. 610 * FOUND—the place to sell second hand »** clothing:, shoes and furniture. W. A. Long 1 . 299 Exchange street. Phone 3363. 342 k * L . * > V p Iftclrf ' BBG/ * frST*'' *. IP' Mix HP*-* r *?£>** MR? • 8 4** ** - H ** !» J- i& If-\ fcf&&L J * l^ RiRf* *% ,*** V f > 1 •€- 1 -•: ? v J. X # 5 *N •* '•*•' V; ;, J FOUND—Sum of money on Exchange hf street, about ST weeks ago. Inquire ^ 130 Exchange St. 392 ^\FOUND in Xrtnity-chtllrch\ last Sun- day, black silk umbrella. Owner may have same by calling at the rectory. - 431 —, 4 I 0$T—Wallot containing- about $66; containing owners' accident identifl} cation card. Return to Kirkwood Ho- tel and receive reward. 1. C. Finch. i 380 LOST—Tiger's eye cameo ring on Pulteney street car, between St. Clair Btreet and hospital. Finder leave at 99 St. Clair street. Heward. 382 LOST—A pair of shell rimmed glass- es, found a place to duplicate same at Fletcher's. Castle St All the latest styles in glasses repairing. 328 HELP WANTED—FEMALE sCOMPE^FENT WOMAN—Wanted un- til October 1st, for general house, work, high wages. Phone, Geneva 2181. 399 GIRL wanted for general housework. 2 .in family. Mrs. C. J. Alberty, 238 NurseTy Ave, :...„- „ 3J51). \•« • ,...i«»-\\r;'. - '•'\™\ •\•\'\• \•\\ •\•\•\ • GIRL wanted for general housework. Mrs. C, E . Wilson, 427 Castle Heights. 200 SITUATIONS WANTED » ' . i i ' ' i.i'i ' i • • r WORK—Wanted on farm during sum mer by High school boy. Address A- 39 Times office. . 391 ROOMS, FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS—For rent. Gentleman preferred. 238 Castle St. 39S FURNISHED ROOM for rent with all home prlvileges.Use of telephone. 166 Washington street. Phone 4025. 369 FURNISHED ROOMS for rent-Double and single. 207_ Genesee St. 428 THREE NICE, pleasant, furnished rooms for Tent for Tight housekeep- ing\ with use of .bath and gas. Also nice front room with private en- trance for sleeping room. Eeferences required. Inquire 160 Lafayette Avenue. \\ 412 THREE. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent for\ light housekeeping^ with use of bath. Address A-36 Times office. 367 More Than 100 a Day Results countl Results fronmd- vertising have made Times Want Ads the first considered when Want Ad Service is needed, More than 1,000 people answer Times Want Ads every day. They command the attention of every Times reader because they offer so many good find different kinds of opportunities. If you want action bring in or telephone a Want Ad to The j Times before 10 o'clock tomor- * 'EIGHT .ROpfc ;Hjt)!U.8fe-jror*«a|e. 'AH improveToieiiwi on*; 'Hflffcnaln .'--|A.ve i Phone 82S8.. ,. . 420 HOUSE AND LOT jrorisale—Formerly, ttie 'PresWyterian j>arsoafcg!e; situated In. Bellbrta, IsV/Sr.'<•'\Inquire John Jt, Aleyanderfe Bellona, N, % 293\ MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOME— Fpr Bale, electric lights,'%&&] newly papered and painted, ^\ine. 4»onie on Sberrill St.Gk>od iiroom house with all imprpvenients ' on Lyceum St Good 6 room house Q» TJaivfisrsal aye. 67- acres on state road just out of Geneva, flno toulldlngs price $12,000. Good farm of .67 acres east of Ge- neva. Price $4500, Farm of i-6 acres Just out ot Geneva and just off from car line, price $3,5JJ0, We have sev- eral other places just'out, of Geneva, W. H. Clayton, Dove Bid*. 397 + +«> + +*+ + *+*++*+ * • A keyed advertisement, that n'.'W # one in which the address is given • + in care of tome number, TiirieS • ¥ office can only be answei * letter, I • <• Do not telephone asking for the • * name or address of the adver- <• + tiser, a s the office employees are * * not allowed to give out this in- 4 • formation. • WANTED FOR SALE BABY CARRIAGE and Iignt weight go-cart for sale. Phone 8026. 422 CHICKS for sale. BOO thoroughbred White Leghorn. Couch strain.. En- quire 191 Pulteney St., or 115 Seneca St 415 GIRLS—Wanted for steady, light, clean wori*. in modern factory. Stan- dard OptlcafCo-. 389 GOOD LAUNDRESS wantrd to take washing home. 4'hone 4892. 409 WOMAN wanted to clean by the day. Call 40 High street or l'hone 3131. 417 WOMAN wanted as housekeeper for one on. small, farm. Good home; work light. Address A-41, Times of- fice. . 411 »; WOMEN—Wanted to work ate> pack- j| Ing cellnrs. Apply Tom Millerd, Rice ,* Bros. Co. 378 t WARD MAID wanted—$25 per month, » Geneva City Hospital. 125 1 WOMAN wanted to work in kitchen. •i -Hargrove's Restaurant, 343 Exchange , ' ; street. - 373 -f» u ______________ u t COOKS wanted $50-per month; also „>£ 2 warjd helpers or people Billing to * earn $45 per month. (tiUnmunt f-nn- < Harium, Kast liloomfleld, N. Y. ?31 HELP -WANTED-MALE BOY—Wanted over 16 years to work in grocery store during vacation. Ad- dress A-32 Times office. 336 DISTRICT MANAGER wanted by strong company, Over $5,000,000.00 assets,\ $6,000,600 paid to Accident and Health policy holders during last ten years. We teach you the busi- ness. ,.Address-.General- Accident, 4th ,and Walnut streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 405 BENERAL FACTORY HELP wanted. yAlso a few A-l machinists. Ap- ,• plications may be made by letter or in person. American Can Co., Ge- ;• heva, N. Y. 264 \\HEN wanted. •• Co. Apply i'atent Cereals 424 gMALE HEAD JANITOR—Wanted ij Capablp of assrumlng responsibility of , ; all janitor work in factory. Standard ?f Optical Co. f r 387 rWlGHT WATCHMAN — Wanted at Standard Optical Co. 388 RAILWAY MAIL CLERK examina- tions New* York, July 14th. Men, women, 18 upward. Entrance' salary, $1600. Kxperlenoe unnecessary. Gov- ernment clerk examinations July 7th. For free particulars, write Raymond Terry (former Government Examin- er,) 450 Continental Bldg., Washing- ton, D. C. 303 RAILWAY TRAFFIC INSPECTORS wanted—Earn from $110 to $200 per month and expenses. Short hours; travel. Three months home study under guarantee. We get you posi- tion. No age limit. Ask for booklet B 47. Standard Business Training Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. 957 ItNGLE MAN wanted by the month for general farm \work. Thonc 6029, White Springs Farm;-Geneva, N. Y. 423 JCHOOL BOYS—Work this summer. Good opportunity to spend a few hours each day doing light work in the mailing department of 4he Ge- neva Times. Steady employment from 3:30 to 6 each aftemoori., 375 CABBAGE .PLANTS—For sale 25c per 100, $2 per thousand, Danish Ball Head, Glory of Enkhulzen, AH Head Early, Flat . Put.cn . .Cash must ^eeoinpanV all-order. W. WiskiMi' 292 Second St, llion, N. Y. 381 COW for sale with calf by side. Levi A. Page, Seneca Castle. 289 CREAM SEPARATORS for sale. All leading makes. $10 reduction, balance of this month. Hayssen Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 780 ENSILAGE CORN for sale. Ten bushels. Good twelve hundred ppun.d mare five years old. S. A, Ritjter, 316 William street, Geneva. 419 HOLSTEIN COW and calf 3 days old for sale. Neils Mikkelscn, i mile south Seneca Castle. 416 JOHN BAER TOMATO PLANTS for sale. A. A. Gannett, Phone 2089 OE 4147. 406 LEHIGH CEMENT for permanence— for'sale by C. C. ISavison. . 791 PAIR OF BROWN HORSES for sale, 5 years old; pair of grey horses, 5 years old; pair of bay horses, 6 years old; black mare, 5 years old! bay mare, 7 years old. Dan Hill. 277 SEED BUCKWHEAT for sale, Also load mixed hay. S. W. Irland, Water- loo, N. Y. 408 • • - ....... , . , f TWO 9x12 RUGS for sale. 1 Ideal double coll spring, 1 Whito Mountain Refrigerator. All as good as new. In- quire Mrs. Kreutter, 47 Ave. B. 414 3 OR 4 FURNISHED ROOMS—Want- ed for light housekeeping. Torrey Park Hotel. - \ 371 TWO BUILDING LOTS for sale or rent. Also 1 Quality rartie for sale. Coal or gas. Suitable for hotel or larpe family. Inquire Afrs.' Anna Roi-he, 116 East North St. 421 THE MCLAREN RESIDENCE for sale at 99 Lafayette Ave., hardwood floors throughout, sleeping porch, large barn, 1 child's high chair, 2 oak arm chairs, 1 oak roi xer, 1 refrig- erator, nearly now, 15 gallons vinegar. Inquire 99 Lafayettp Ava 426 TWO SETS building moving outfits— For sale complete 'also tackle blocks, chains and jack screws. Pole and out fit for raising buildings. Inquire Mary (J)itzell) Wyckoff, Romulus, N. Y. - . 266 2 HOLSTEIN BULLS, 1 large yearling colt for sale. Harry Gaston, Romu- lus. Phone 122-Q, MarDougan. 418 1,000,000 COPENHAGEN, 1,000,000 Glory, 400,000 All Head Karly for sale at $1.80 per 1,000. 1,500,000 Danish Rail head at $2.00 per 1.000. Ready to-ship. Prompt shipment. F. w\ Rochelle & Sons, Chester. N. J. 267 1.000,000 LESS CABBAGE PLANTS for j on than I had June 1st. Remem- l'cr. I am growing those .plants sev- eral miles outside the cabbage belt. <>ur truck will deliver in 100,000 lots. !!< tter ortli r today, tomorrow may be too late. These plants aro 1st class in all r<sports and will give you re- sults. ('. M. King, Trumnnsburg >T. Y. Phone 110-J. 226 1 HORSE MOWING MACHINE for sale, surrey, fanning mill. Inquire Mrs. John Goodman, Fort Hill road. 69 WANTED HIGHEST PRICES paid for rags, rub- bers, papers, metal, old iron, and bar- rels. K. Umrden. 3S Elm St.- Phone 2728. 524 PASTURE wanted for cattle. Post, fttgnlcy, N. Y. Abram 413 LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY want- ed at all times. Our trucks are at your service. Phone Moaher, 17-F-2, Stanley, before selling. 521 RYE wanted for immediate delivery. Highest market price. C. C. Davison, 372 STRAWBERRIES, potatoes. ' eggs, green onions and radishes, bought in unlimited quantities at the Rochester FVult and Vegetable Co.r tleneva, N. Y^- neaa -to -Regent. •yjtSSfiscrziEhaos. \2T07; \' 318 7 SMALL, FURNISHED Apartment—\ Wanted to rent or 3 nicely furnished rooms. Address A-38 Times office, 393 SECOND HAND TENT—Wanted in good condition for four cots. Phone 2181 Geneva, 398 MODERN UP-^TO-OATE HOME tor sale, electric Hghts, gas, steam heat, hardwood 'floors, newly papered and painted throughput* lot 65x195 t-2 ft Inquire\ on premises, SJ, Genesee St 479 PRODUCE, BUTTER. : Wrtolssais. Dairy Butter .,...< Creamery •. f*e«rr. Dairy Butter ,« Creamery Butter, per lb. «. Eggs , .j ii_l_L_:.- .L_L iSJfr. • 40® 45 66 & &6 # 42 Rye flour, light .. ... ....,...> IfA^ Rye flour, darlt- -.» 13/7S FEEDS—Strong for millfeeds and little offered. - 45® 50 70 50 VEGETABLES. LL ... •«.•« PLAN A ROME—lots oil Lenox 'Park. Nine room house, garden one acre, also four acres head of William street at a bargain. Good well,*elev- en forest trees- Charity p, Fenr, 7 3 Seneca -street, Geneva. 388 8 ROOM HOUSE for sale. Gas, bath and furnace, large lot, 42 Cherry St. Call affBr 6 p. m. 192 7 ROOM HOUSE and lot for sale at 228 William. St Inquire .157 N, Main St. 372 8 ROOM HOUSE for sale. 185 Lewis St Electricity; gas, steam heat, oak finish, garage. Inquire on premises; 429 Retail. Beets, bunch Cauliflower, head Cabage, per lb., new Carrots, bunch », Celery, bunch Corn, grot/Ui Jo.......... Eggplant, lb. , .-..,. Lettuce, Boston head J^J Lettuce, Southern, hd .,.*, Carrots, bunch Onions, picklins, lb, ...... Peppers, red; dog- 250 15® 9 •\'-' 10 40 5 05 15 20) 20 7 05 10 13 -t-06- Peppers, Green,Moz ,.\.... Potatoes Bweet, per lb. i for ...» Popcorn, shelled, ib. .»;..,. Potatoes, per bu Squash, jier lb. . Swiss Chard, lb. Tomatoes, basket per lb .« Iceberg Lettuce ..;.....,... Turnips, per lb Spinach, pk ., ,,. : @ 40 • f • • •«•« »*•••»•• IS @ 4 00 © © © * FARMS FOR SALE SENECA COUMTY FARMS-I al- ways have good farms of all sizes on my list; see «ie before buying. E.. Wi Dowden, Waterloo, N. Y^ 67 13 1-2 ACRES for sale ori Fort Hill Road. Well fruited. Centrally lo- cated. • Inquire on premises. Mrs. :Jj&hn -Gfiodmaa, - ~ r....;,:..^. MISCELLANEOUS ONTARIO BUSINESS INSTITUTE, new Fairfax building, booRkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, secretarial- and allied business subjects. Dtjr and evening schools. SO0 TIES wanted by the Geneva, Seneca Falls ^& Auburn B. R .Co. 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 WE .ARE CANNING RHUBARB this wee! and will take any lots offered. Geneva Preserving Co. 368 YOUNG MAN with capital would like to purchase half interest .as a part- ner In a. well established business in Geneva. Address Lock Box 3f,' Ge- neva, N. Y. .. 404 SERVICES OFFERED IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL anything call or phone 5671, Bennett's Second-hand Store, 387 Exchange St. •117 MRS. JOSEPHINE PASSAFTUME will take in washing and ironing. You will bo satisfied the way they are washed. Call at 27 State. 403 RUGS FROM OLD CARPET and old clothes. Our truck calls in Geneva ana vicinity every Wednesday. Wag- ner Rug Works, Seneca Falls. 848 AUTOMOBILES DODGE SEDAN for sale cheap. 1918 model and Studebaker touring car in first class condition. Cram & Son Genesee St. 410 DODGE TOURING CAR for sale. 1918 model. 42 Cherry St, Call after 6 p. m. 193 RADIATORS—For Fords, Honey comb style, also second hand and re- built in stock. John A. Pontius, Elm St. . « 495 THE FOLLOWING CARS are ready for your inspection every one guaran- teed: Hudson light six .. • Chandler. Chevrolet Sednn v *, Ruick Roadster. * '. Oldsmobile touring. Dodge Touring. • «~ Marmon 3 passenger. Essex touring. fJrubb Motor Sales Co., 369 Exchange -St. < • 430 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT HOUSES for rent recently placed in first-class condition. Seven rooms, nearly a4J- Improvements. Write Box L., Seneca Falls or inquire at Courier Journal office. 4^5 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSE for sale, centrally located, newly painted and decorated through- out, nrvt bathroom and .electric lights, large lot possession at once. Priced reasonable. Apply 139 N. Main St. . -. 252 Live Stock Market. East Buffalo, June 15—CATTLE— Receipts 250 head. Market ruled steady; sales shipping steers at $15.50 @ 17.25, butchers' at J10@15.50 , yearl- ings at J15.50@16.5O , heifers at $7.60® 14.00, cows at $ 4.0O@12.00 , bulls at J7.00@ 12.00 and stockers and feeders at $6.00010.00. CALVES—Receipts 700 head, Mar- ket steady; sales at $ 6.OO@17.O0 . HOGS—Receipts 2,400 head. Market values 10@l6c lower; sa>s heavy at $15.75@>*16;25, 'mixed at J16.40@ 16.50. Yorkers at $ 16.46@16.S0 , light Yorkers at $ 16.00@16.25 , pigs at $14.53 roughs at JI2.50@12.75 and .stags at $8.00® 10.00. • .\._*•- SHEEP AND LAMBS—Receipts 600 head. Market steady;\ sales lambs at $14.0*0® 19.00, yearlings at $8.00® 17.00, a few a t $17.50, wethers at^$9.50@ 10.00, ewee at $3.€ 0@9.00 and Bjixed sheep at $ 9.00@9.5O . Fruits and Vegetables. Philadelphia, June 15 POTATOES—Southern, bbl., $3.00® ONIONS—Per crate, $1.25 ©1.75. CABBAGE—Per crate, $5, 00@6.25 . Boston, June 15, POTATOES—Per cwt., $8.00®8.25. ONIONS—Per crate, $ 1.00@1.50 . «, APPLES—Per bbl., $ 5.00@10.0O . LETTUCE—Per bu.. 50c@$1.00. CABBAGE—Per bbL, $ 5.oo@c.50 . Cleveland, Juno 15. POTATOES—Per 150-lb. sack, £11.25 @12.25. APPLES—Per bbl., $10.00 ©13.50- ONIONS—Per crate, $1.75. . CABBAGE—Per crate, $ 3.50@4.O0 . - Chicago, Juno 15. POTATOES—Per cwt., $9.00. CABBAGE—New, per crate, $2-O0@ 3,25. ONIONS—Texas, per crate, 75c@ 51.00. Hay and Straw Markets New York, June 15.—The market for hay continues strong and averaging higher. Offerings aTe* fairly ample but there is a good demand and a tendency to ask still higher prices. Straw in light supply, and steady. r HAY PER TON—LARGE BALES. .$5O.OO#S3,O0 47.OO@49.0O 43.OO@46.0O 4O.OO@41.0O 47.00@49.00 No. 1 timothy No.2 No.3 Shipping Fancy, clover, mixed ^ No. 1 clover, mixed ..... 42.00 @ 45.00 No. 2 clover, mixed ' 39.00,\@42.00 STRAW PER TON No. 1 rye $22.00@ No. 1 oat 23.00j@24.00 No. 1 wheat l8.0Q.@2O.00 Boston, June 15.—HAY — Market firm; sales No. 1 timothy $..@.., No. 2 timothy at ?43@?45; No. 2 Eastern at ?37@$40, No. 3 hay at ?33@$37, clover mixed at $35@?40 and fine hay at $32@$35. Rye straw\ quotedTat \127 @?28 and oat straw- at $21@$22. Barley Markets. Buffalo, June 15—BARLEY—Market .neglected; rail shipment quoted at •$1.75<g>1.80, c. 1. f.-Buffalo. Chicago, JUhe 15—BARLEY—Mar- ket firm; malting quoted at $ 1.52@1.63 . New York, June 15—BARLEY— Market firm; feedinsr auotwi at $1.75 Pastry ..,- , \^. Fruite. Applesj peek ........, ia , «0® Honey Daw Melon* „„..) O -,.90 •06 Spring bran, 100-lh, sacks 1 MTlxed catjs $«6 00 U 00 73 00 ^6 4 #« Standard middlings, d o ,., Flour, middlings, per ton ...... Cornmeal feed, per ton ,.,,.,. t Hominy feed, per ton .,..,.,., Oilmeal, per ton ,,.,.7200 \WHEAT—Some offerings tut 'little inquiry. • - ,, '\ CORN—The offerings -were liberal, some of i t held over corn. >md with » decline of 3c from yesterday all olejses of buyers began to take liold. At the close the market was cleaned jip at that decline and more wanted. Closing: No. 1 yellow, SWOjNo. 2 yellow,- $1.90;, No. 3 yellow, $1.89; N6. v 4 yellow* .$1.84; No. 5 yellow, $1.80; No., 6 yellow, $|.72@1,77, on track, through, billed. ^. '•••-. Sales: 8 cars No. 1 yellow, $1.90; 11 cars No. 2 yellow, $1-90; part car No. 3 sellow, $1.89, and* No. 3 white oats, $1.25; 1 car No, 6 yellow, $1,80; 1 car No. 1 mixed, $1.88 .1-2; 1 > ear No. 2 mixed,, $1.88: .1 car do, $1-S9 r » » +r a *V mrougn Diuea 16 14 14 27 22 36 20 MEATS. -: ; fclv^Weiiht Beefs ........ 13@ Fowls, per lb 30©. Hogs, per lb ,- © Veals, per lb 13® DA»sed Meata. ~ •Beer';-,7\.\\.\.\.7.\.\.\.;'.\ , : 25@\ Veals, per lb 21® Fowls, per lb.\'.. '. ......, : ® Pork, per lb * ,....,.« <Q •3KAIN8, ETC. (Quotations fronL3BaylBnn!ay CornmeaJ, pe rton ».. 8O.0O@85.O0 Chop Feed K per ton 80.0O@85.O0 Oats, per bu 1.25® 1.35 Wheat, per bu- ........... 2.50® 3.00 Barley, per bu 1.60® 1.75 o ROCHESTER PRODUCE m Rochester, June 16. FRESH DRESSED POITLTRY Chickens, per lb .,.......' 36@ Turkeys, per lb •. ..-@ Ducks, per Ib ....-,..,.. 32@ Geese, tier lb 20@ FRESH DRESSED POULTRY, Turkeys, per l b 60 @ Chickens, per l b 40 & Fowls, per Ib ......... 85 @ Bucks, per lb .-. « .; @ Geese, per Ib ., ® FRESH MEATS Veals, per cwt 22 00© 25 00 Beef, dressed, per cwt.. U 00@22 00 Spring lamb, per cwt ....35 00®38 00 Straight pigs, per cwt .. 15 00@20 00 SMOKED MEATS AND LARD @ 35 @ 37 OATS—Buyers held to yesterday's prices with sellers asking an advance. Sales were finally made at yesterday's prices and the market closed firm. Closing: No. 1 white, $1.27 i-2; No. 2 white, $1.27; No. 3 white, $1.26; No . 4 white, $1.25,' on track, through billed. Sales: 1 car No. 4 white, $1.27 1-2; 3 ears No. 2. white, $1.27; 3 care No*. S white, $1.26; 2 cars No. 4 white,. $1.25, on track, through billed. BARLEY—No sales reported today. Rail shipment was quoted at $1.75® 1.80, and June shipment^ $ 1.75@1.80 , t\ i. f. Buala. Chicago closed cash malting $1.58 @ 1.63; July, $1.50 1-4 bid. . RYE—Unsettled; no offerings. No. . 2^Rioted-$2r40roirtrackr^hTOBgin^illear @ • 24 @ 40 @24 1-2 Bacon, per. lb. ...• Ham, per lb California hams, per lb.., Dried beef, per lb Lard, in tierces VEGETABLES Asparagus, small bchs -. 1 25® 1 50 Asparagus, large bchs ,...2.00@ 2 25 Beets, new, doz. bchs ,.. 70@. 75 Beet greens, doz. bch 75@ 90 Cabbage, Sout'rn, per crt 3 00@ 3 50 Carrots- New, doz. bunches ....... 35® 40 Celery, per dozen '... 1 50® 1 75 do, large b'dles, '6s doz 2 70 @ 2 75 Cucumbers, hot house doz 1 00 @1 25 do, shipped in 500®.... _' Endive, per dozen .... Horseradish, per lb. ..... Kale, per bushel L ittuce, common ....... « Curley Lettuce Onions, dry, per bu. ...... do, green, doz. bchs...' do, Texas, per x crate . . do, Bermuda, bbl .... Parsley, per doz. bchs.... Peas, grien bushel 4 50® 6 00 Potatoes, per bushel 3 50@3 90 do Carolina, per bbl. 13 50® 16 00 Radishes, per doz. bchs. .. 10@ 15 Rhubarb, doz bchs 35® 40 Spinach, per bushel 20® 30 Tomatoes, 12 lb. basket ..4 00® 4-50 Vegetable oysters, per doz bunches 40®/ 50 Watercress, doz. bchs.... 25@ 30 COUNTRY PRODUCE 65® 75 90@ 1 00 20® 30 35® 40 15® 20 20® 25 . 2.25@2.50 . @ 40® 60 Butter, dairy, per lb. ... Eggs, per dozen '. do', poultry farm Fowls, per_ lb. ^Springers,' per lb ........ Ducks, per ,,lb * t Geese, per lb ,.,,: Maple Syrup, new, gal 55® 45® h-5® 35® 60 50 60 40 65 ® 3.26 BUFFALO GRAIN MARKET. Buffalo, June 15. FLOUR—Dull. Wholesale half cotton stark* ^\'\\\uuin — lviarnec. n u Best patent f.\ 25 st ^^^«i e J? e ^ylv a nia, $6 k I0. Bakers' patent ...j 16 00 Clear ,.. 112 5 NEW YORK MARKET New York, June 15. FLOUR—Market ruled quiet. Spring @12.50; straights, $ 13.50@14.25 . WHEAT—Market unchanged. Spot Nq_ 2 red winter, :{f3,05, c i. L track, NeJwJYork export basis. CORN—Market ruled weak No. 2 vejlnw, $2.04 r 1ft days' RhlpmantpNo. 3 yellow, nominal, 10 days' shipment. OATS—Market ruled firm. Fancy •white clipped, $1.38 nominal; ordin- ary white clipped, $1.35 nominal; Nos. 1 to 4, $ 1.35@1.36 . RYE—Market ruled firm. No. 2 •Western*«$2.6d S-4, £ o. b. New Yorfe. BARIiEY—Market ruled firmer. \Malting/ $1.85: feeding, 44 lbs., $1.75, f. 6. h. New York. BEEF—-Market ruled firm.-Earoilx, 20 @ 226. *- PORK—Market steady. Mess, $40.00; family, 48@50c. LARD—Market ruled steady. City, 20 i-2c -nominal. Market\ steady. Mid- dle West, $20.65 ©20.75. TALLOW—Market ruled weak. City grime,-tv 3-4c; special looseru l-2o. COFFEE — Market easy;. 2 to 4 points lower. No. 7 Rio on. spot, 15 l-4c. RICE—Market stronger on fshort supply. Domestic, 9 -3-4@15o. MOLASSES — Market ruled .firm. Open kettle, $1.02@1.12*v black strap, 30c. RAW SUGAR—Market ruled steady/ Centrifugals, $ 20.00@20.70 . REFINED SUGAR—Market ruled dull. Fine granulated $12.50 3*4® 24.00. BUTTER—Market firmer; cream- ery extras,' 56@59e; do, firsts, do,. 52 @57c; do, higher than extras, 56 l-2@ 6Cc; state, dairy tubs, 44@56; 'rencf- rated extras, 49 @ 50c; imitation creamery, firsts,' ...@... CHEESE—Market steadier; state, whole milk 'specials, 25 l-2(g)29c; do, fancy, 2o^@)28c; do, lower grades, 20(g> 27 l-2c; Wisconsin, whole milk, fancy, Young Americas, SltfSl 1-2; state, skims, specials, 18 l-2@19c; do, choice, 16 1-2@17 l-2c; do, fair to good, 12 @16c; do, lower grades,_5@i0. EGGS—Market irregular; nearby* \White fancy, 54@56c; do, brown, 50@ 53c; extras, 48 l-2@49c; firsts, 42® 45 l-2c. POTATOES'—Market ruled steady. Nearby white, $ 10.00@13.00 ; Bermu- das, $ 10.00@14.00 ; Southerns, $3.00® 14 00. ' • w BEANS—Market ruled steady. Mai^- row, choice, $12.00; pea, choice, fS.OO #8.25; red Mdney, choice, 515.75® 16.00. T DRIED FRCTITS—Mfcrket quiet, strong. Apricots, choice to extra fancy, 27@S7c; apples, evaporated, prime to fancy, 12@18 l-2c; prnnes, 30s to 60s, 15 1-2® 25 lr2c;' prnnes, 60s to 100s, 11 1-2@16 l-2c: peaches, choice to extra fancy, 18@22c; seeded raisins, choice to fancy, 22©24c. DRESSED POULTRY—M'arkeC Un- changed. Chickens, 36@43c; fowls, 80<0)43c; turkeys, 40@56c; ducks, 32 ©350; geese, 25@?lc. JUVE POULTRY—Market irregular. M -,M —— -Chickens, 4e#65c7 Towls,~37#liSc; turkeys, 35c; roosters, 23@25c; ducks 23©25c; geese, 20^22c. COTTONSEED OILrr-Market ruled 35.4)0. PETROLEUM — Market. ruled TURPENTINE—Market weak, $1.85. WOOL-^Market ruled dull. Domes- — !,.,«• 14 50 Uc fleece XX Ohio, 60i>75c; dOi pulled ana rnatttng~at yi.85, f. o, b. New York.Graham 13 50 T-sooured basis 50c@ : $L50; do Texas ssssteas AND .- • Interraeillate mWIm sta «»«s lliiV'S'. »?& *$• iwhS- -, ••• ;-E%l)y\ex(MDt SflSday. • ^xaauunaatstwtsws^^ WltMlH-OWrMTLE OF GE. *3to Air*$t Thi» beautiful farm g .>h\ beea,,u>wifol l by the same pee.-- :|le for a areat many yeare^ Land bu been thorouflhjy tile drained •.nd,,»f«» «lw*ye been farmed ! ^«% •* #&#& «f »took c I jnjj been, fed on It. Building, ,*».' I v « r Kv«?*»^S v * ••»««, «n excellent tgpnditipru 2 etpry 10 room houti, wagon »bed», »i|o, corn cribi 2JW.!l?^ , **«.^ t <'« ' to ni» bay bam 36x100 %J9fi4h 9 ambref fqof, OVEJl 60 ACRES APPLES meet of whjfh are good and are _ in full boarinfl. 310 acres of ths I farm arei tile drained and till. ible^balanca-weods. WILL SELL WITH FULL LINE STOCK- AND TOOLS IF D&i? SIRED. • GET THE PARTICU- 8 TIA\RS ON THIS FINE PLACE. SKSSBSBaassHiuu*.— F. & BROWNLEE : FAIRFAX BUILDINQ aM68aocats«308aqggogoeeoiaa«xig Take 25% Off The Regular Prices—Do It Yourself ^=zMn Your Credit, § a y» Menter Get a ?40 Suit for ?30—Pay $2.00 Doffa and $2,00 Weekly. Get a $65 Suit, for $48.75—Pay $4.00 Down and $4.00 Weekly. Latest style light weight Suits hi Cassiriieres, Cheviota. and Worsteds- No Blue Serges in this §aXe. In this Sale are Suits that sold at $25, $30, $35.00, $40, $45. $50, {55, $60. $66, $70 and $75. .Take off 25 per cent —rMake the reduction \yourself—Your Credit is Gopd-KEatriest payments pre- vaiI^-42 Stores. •• WE DO AS W£ ADVERTISE MENTER ] — ^$~ 29-31 Seneca St. scoured basis, 75c@$1.60; domestiiv territory staple, scoured basis, $1.30 @1.6tf. HIDES—Market quiet: Native steers 35c; branded steers, 33c. HAY—Market steady. No. 1, $2.59 @2.60; No. 3, $ 2.i5@2.30 ; clover mix- ed, $ 1.9O@2.40 . STJtAW—Market ruled weak. Rye, $1.10. •HOPS (1919)—Market-ruled inae- tive. State prime to choice, 95ap>$l; Pacific Coast prime to ci»oice,\5c0 $1.00. * • -• HI . I • Seed Markets. Chicago, June 16-r-SEEDS-Choice timothy quoted' at flO.OO® 12.00 an! clover at $$ 25.fl0@35.0O . Buffalo, June iS^SEEDS-Ctioic* timothy «uoted at * 5.85@6.10 choice red clover at $25.00#27.00, alfnlfa at $22.00ig)24.O0 and alslke at 924.OO@26.0D a bushel. Alrplanee In Mlnlnfl Operations. It i s predlctetU thnt, the alrplanl and th« dirlgibU Will pfova a great itlhiulua to tho mining -Industry In pr> •Sntlitg a m«HJi» of getHog material and ma to fcnd firOttl location* which are Inown to be # tlcb with orfl and #Weh-«'» L «^yicH^e««it ttme-+BaeeelK •lblfl. Th«e «r«. miny. Irticli places known to exls^ but tho-cort of build' faff a roadway to ,thetn would be (W weak. Spot, $17.25; crude, $14.O0@ ? Rgfent 00 to be prohlblilve. AttchtlOn 1K ™ ¥ to; this phaW bt tfe« Wbjact hi»« be«n recently attracted by.* wport waW by Doctor I/yon* xupervlior of tho raw- ing statlofi* fOf th« 0nlted Staton b* reau of minel. By thi* meW8 a regu- lar communication cttild ba main- tained with nectloiw whicti ore.not to bo reached by any 4)ralniry fflennii. » ia also suggeitfld that t»o •am» mm laljK^bToTiirWt^uwtor^ttnjf^t\ Ctt* afipamtttl to tli*^Cett«.of ffilnlDl diflaateriB, - ;••-'• ... - • •\\• : J •• Ca& m 6l|»*«>«rli , ^lt i«,« widely |«W»W« JS cata mtmatw from diphtheria and wperlmeata by whM ^^^S pfored that,ihl* « *B«»»»y *M»««* ' Aiwkriifliifa'hacllH In the noiiiCB aun connection *ltfr *»ld»jpta» *tjg£ therl. and cam. t» W «**£<* m /, '•:'-W '.v^V-':^

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