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GEW1SVA DAILY TIMES. TUBS®AY, OCtOBIE W, 1320 i;*'i f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS and Want Department * » RATES—One Cent ajtfeffl each insertion. Six conwculiv* insertions for the pric^ of five. No advertisements taken fir less than 25c. .. !BECJlAi*..iNOYICE—Page closes 10:30 a. n». Adi pot in t*tfeftt fcour will be held over until the following day. \ ' \\**'•' *rELEPHONE-~B«sinws Office 24*4 : LOST AND FOOND #6li NO—Package containing front . piece and switch of false hair. Owner • may have eatnc by calling at Times IV office and paying for ad. (*\\ LOST—(10 Saturday afternoon in biis- ' Inean section. Reward. Return TIrnos —1L0ST-—Commercial license No. 921- •T' ,4<& from automobile and tail light; either on CanandaJgua Road or _^..Pre-emption. Road, Finder please leave at Times office. 817 l.O8 T — Dog, color black, -white breast, markings tan, tail cut. Re- turn to Mrs. James Mack, 136 Eliz- abeth S., Waterloo, N. Y., and re celvo reward. 827 HELP WANTED—FKMALF It *• EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER wanted. One with somo knowledge Of bookkeeping preferred. Phone . 1283. Maney & Sayre, Inc. 593 J E5tP| I ;;• gener Tl Perry h v s EXP|ERI£N~ED MAID wanted for general housework. Inquire Mrs. Perry Jacobs, 166 Maxwell Ave. \76 TRLS AND WOMEN wanted for dining room, tray room and guest room work ($25.00) per month with, board'and room furnlslicd. Steady position. Apply nt once Clifton Springs Sanitarium. ' 847 —GIRL wanted for general house work. No washing. Three In family. Mi-a. C. B. Howard, 69 Lyceum St. 887 OIRL watfted for factory work. Alla- grettl Manufacturing Co. C81 —GIRL vennted for general house work. No laundry. Reference!) required. Mrs. \ K. Kcoon, 441 Castle street. 807 SE GIRLS wanted for light Clean wi/rk. Apply Standard Optical Co. as I TRUSTWORTHY middle-aged wom- an wanted In furnlly of two adults; no washing, comfortable home; all conveniences. Address F-70, Times Office. - \ 800 WAITRESS wanted. Pulteney Tea Room. Mru. McCleo, 647 WOMkN wanted to trim and core ap- ples, tjoneva Preserving Co. 661 WOMAN wanted fur housedranlim. . Mrs. Waldo WllllaniB, 160 Oencfief . Bt, 836 WOMAN wanted Phono 3237. to clean hous.\ 839 HELP -WANTBD— TULKLM BOY wanted with lil« yelp to woik >ut ot school houiH (Jviievu Kloiul Co., \S. M. C. A. Hide. S51 LATHE OPERATORS wanted. Htan- _d*rd Optical Co. 812 MAN wanted to pick orchard of Keiffor pears on shares. Address' P - ' 72, Times office. 824 MEN AND BOYS wanted to work In nursery and packing cellars. Also high school anil college boys to run _out orders. Phono 2238. Money and Bayre, Inc, 625 MAN for inside position tlint la hanilv • WlLlI IOOIH H»U IUIM aHll'UUtn. willing fo work for promotion. Will pay $33 per wpolt. A man from farm handy With tools sultalilr. In ifiily give aifo, last employment ami lt-fciorue. Ail - dress F-71, Times cifHriv M3 MEN WANTED In our parlcinj vards and nurseries. Hire Hros, Co., Wil- liam St. 894 MEN wanted to work on Irmlc farm. Board nnd locltdni? furnlshnd. Apply Hydrant Hose I'M. I'huno 21 il. S70 NAMES wanted of Bevrral boya 12 to 1G joins <if ni?f who m e owners of bicycles. nonet a Times. 765 PLATEN PRESS FEEDER wnntoJ. W. F. Humphrey, 30O Tulti'ney St. 843 AGENTS WANTED AGENTS wanted for fastest '\Tfooo product vpf Tnffoflucivl. Henff To; - Sample bottles nnd proposition. Fruit Valley Oorpointlon, \Kochester N Y. 819 \ SITUATIONS WANTED POSITION -wanted a s private chauf- feur, t'nn drlvp nny make of rnr. Good references. Address F. J. Ilk\ Bcllona, N. Y. • 732 .YOUNG WOMAN wislWfc housework y. the day. Address- F-76, T4moa. Office, 638 STENOGRAPHER with ton years ex- perience In billing and greneral office work desires n dinner- of position. . Address F-79, Times office. 854 SITUATION wanted by young marrlM Woman raring for children by hour, . dav or week. AtldrosB F-76, Tiinos OflW. BOOMS FOR RENT . FURNISHED ROOM for rent for gen- tleman in prlvatj family. Electricity and 'bath, welt heated. 3 minutea walk; from business section. Inquire 66 Milton St. ' 704 -EUR|NISHED FRONT ROOM for rent. -Very central. Ji'ive minutes fron post0 fllce. Near high school. Use of Bath and phone. 47 Pulteney St. \ 791 FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS for rent. Call 190 No. Main street. 861 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping for rent . Inquire 112 Pulteney. 846 FOR SALE ANOTHER BUNCH of good Piga for sale and ready to go. C. B. Mel- len. . 860 BUSH A GERTS PIANO for sale in flr.sd-class condition. Phono 2628. 778 BUFFET for nearly new. R. D. 1. sale. Quartered Oak, Mrs. C, Dean, Geneva, sue COW/for sale. First class grade Hot- Btein . Also good Holstein heifer. W. H. McKelvie, Blllsborrow road. Ge- neva, R. 0. 1. S02 COW FOR SALE, 6 yoars, part Guern- sey and Holstein, Due to freshen soon. , C. C. Pardoe, Phelpn, N. Y. 62-! CL08ED COUNTER SHOW CASE wanted, about Z'x4'. Address F-64 Times office. 753 GRADE SHROPSHIRE RfM \for Bale, one year old,. Also 3 months old Orade Guernsey heifer calf. Claude W. Kelley, Waterloo, N. Y., H-3. Phono 13K13. 823 GAS RANGE for sale — Inquire 1 Qoodelle Terrace. 819 IF YOU WANT lots of winter g buy White Springs Farm S. C. White Leghorns.' They will do the trlclc. Hens $1.50, Pullets $2 each. Phone 11F23. 392 LEHIGH CErvfENT for permanence— for sale by C. C. Davlson. 791 LARGE SAFE FOR SALE with Inner door, also National Cash Register. W. A. Klley, City Hall. 741 MALE RABBIT HOUND, partly broken, black, whlto and tan, $18. Female Rabbit Hound $15. \Well broken Skunk Dog, $35. Male Benprlo Pup, $8. Kemalo Beagle Pup $G. Young Fomalo Skunk Dog $8. Shady- dell Kennels, York, Pa. 85R NOW IS THE TIME TO LAY In y.m stock of extracted honey for the win ter. Pu t up In half pints, pints nnci quart jars. Wholesale prices on large orders. Phone IS. Franklin Kean, (!•»- nova, N. Y. 70S NOW 13 THE TIME'to make your applo butter. Buy- your Hendridt sweet apples a t H. E. Buchholz's, Waterloo, N. Y. . 818 ONE BUFFALO STEAM BOILER No. 23 for salo, Rated B76 sq. feet. In- quire Galushn Fruit Store, 104 Castlo' St. 359 YC)U WIN! You fl«t action—th« right kind «nd loti of it wh*nyou un Hrrm Want Adi, Bring >n or telephone your ad •nr|y and iniur« propsr inter- iion. DIAL 2424 FOR SALE WILLOW BABY CARRIAGE for sale: reversible; in fine condition; bargain. Phone 2689, ' 841 WILL ARRIVE ON OCT. 14th with 28 head of Iowa horses. Theso horses are all young and eound, right off the farms. Dan HJll, 742 2 CATCHPOLE STEAM BOILERS for sale. Hated 1,000 ft. each, Rlggs A Jensen. • .. 711 920 8YLVAN SUMMIT #25, 2 hole coal stoves |4. Chunk Btovo .$4, Number of crocks and jugs 15 cents each. Number of tables from $1 up. Iron beds • 1 up. Chairs\ 60 centa up. Gas plate, gas stove, 177 ( Pulteney street. Phone 2428. 876 2 SQUARE HEATING STOVES for sale—-2 ranges, one bedroom suite, 2 geese feather beds, 1 oak writing desk, 20 yds. rag carpet, gas fixtures. 163 N. Main street. 821 114 REGAL SUMMIT Parlor Stove for sale, in Rood condition. Reason for Belling, 'furnace installed. In- quire 31 Kirkwood Ave, 853 WANTED MINIATURE BRIDE AND GROOM wanted fo rent for table decorations. Call at Times office. 852 RYE .•wanted for immediate dellsrery* Highest market price. C. £. Davison. 372 STOVES, FURNITURE and carpets vwnnteci. Bennett's Second Hand Store, 387 Exchange- St. Phone 5671. 351 WE BUY ALL KINDS OF furniture rugTS, carpets, clothing, tools, etc W. A. Long, 299 Exchange St. Phone 3803. • gl4 WHEAT wanted. Any kind. Highest market price. Always tuying. Ge- neva Mills. C. C. Davlson. - 217 3 FURNI8HED roomswanted—heated and liuhted for light -housekeeping with bath, gas ' oreleetriclty for elderly couple only. State ^ all details. Ad- dress* A. T. Weiss, care of Phillip & Clark Stove Co., Inc., city. 834 BRETTY a MALE COLLIE $15. Female] IntHllffnnt 2 vparn $1fl. Tllnnlc—arul white ' Male Colllo $4(0. Female 'Hrlmlle Hull Terrier In whelp $25. Female Scotch Terrier Pedigreed $25. Female Collie I'efllprreea Special $30. Male Rnt Terrier IB month, Rat- ter, $1B. Male Pollco and Shepherd IB month $10. Female Collie nnd St. Bernard pup, 6 month, $10. Femnlo Pane Pup, 10 month, $B0. Female house clog. $3. Femalo Bull Pup, $fi. Fpmale Irlshf Terrier, $8. Male Blarlt Poodle. 0 month, $15. Male Hull Terrier Pup $10. Femnlo Rnt Terrlef Pup, $8. Maalo St. Ber- nard* #up, $40. Mn,lP English and Boston. 18 month, $35. Pretty Fp- mnlo Collie Pup $0. Male Airdule Pup, $15. Male. Shepherd, lirolton. $8. Russian Wolf hound pup. $35. ftx- tra flno Male 'Blaok Cocker $25. Worth $50. Send for barprnln list, 10c. £?hnrtyclell Kennels, York, Viu POINTER BIRD DOG for sale. M. E. Dougherty, Castle Kd. 790 ROOFING—Asphalt shingles mnko a hetter • roof. Estimates free. J. A. Pontius, Kim St. et6 _SERVICES OFFERED DESIGNING—Forced into reUreaieBt by illness, Mr. George Edward Barton, latr* of Boston. New York and London, with over thirty years' experience as an architectural and commercial de- signer, has opened a studio at his residence in Clifton Springs, and will be pleased to submit sketches, draw- tnga models, and estimates for Inter- ior Decoration, both domestic and ec- clesiastical. Furniture, Gnrdens, Gar- den Ornaments, Memorials, Inscrip- tions, Tablets, Monuments and Grave- stones: Fetos, Fairs. Pageants, Ama- teur Theatricals planned, rehearsed ami managed. Lettering in any style or description from illuminations upon velum, parchment and ivory, to signs. • Book Designs and Orna- nients; Frmry Crwtumcs; Chu AUTOMOBILES RADIATORS—For For<Jf, fWff comb style, also second Itfttiil* add re- built In »tock. John A. Pon«hi», JBIm St. 4« FLATS FOR RENT UPPER FLAT for William St. , rent. Inquire 4 -457 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT ey HOUSE FORR RENT—furnishedNTfurnished com ltl Add M*AKET8 IN NEARBY KUSHVnXE-wSBat $2.00, 90c. Buckwheat $2.60 cwt, Oats 650. Bye $1.70, Hay J18.OO-2O.O0, White Marrow Beans $7.00 cwt., Yellow. Bye i ,00 cwt, JEfcd Kidney $10.00, White idney $11.00. SENECA CASTLE—Sheldon Peart jj. E FO R com- 1 SENECA CASTI/ESheldn pletely. Address F-66 Times Office. {$1.50-2.00 cwt., Greening Apples 80-90C 760'owt, Baldwinss $100-1100 cwt.,, Kingss REAL ESTATE FOR SALE {$1.502.00 cwt., Greig App 760'owt Baldwin $1.00-1.1 cwt. King «f&2 ^ Cbt • MMJi * DWELLINQ on Genewee St. for s In A-l repairs, all improvements. \Will sacrifice coniildexable for Immediate sale. Call 31 Genesee Stl 47J DE8IRABLE LOT for sale with barn 20x32. Water, installed, phorie 8-F-12. for terms 804 FINE TEN ROOM HOUSE for sale. Hardwood floors and Jlntah. All Im- provements. Good lot. fruit and sar- den. Onlj- $3100. A, yreat targaln as a home or as an investment, Geo. P. Dltmarg. 052 LOW PRICED WATERLOO HOMES; two 8 room houses i n good condition at $1,400; one near trolley, the other farther out but has barn and lot EOx 200; eooa 7 room house at 11,800 and 8 room house and barn at $2,200, They do not last long: at these prices; you had better buy While the buying is (rood. Other houses at higher prices; some nice little village farms, 3 to 10 acres. Dowden, Waterloo. 787 139 NORTH MAIN 8TREET for Kale. Bath, steam heat, gas, electricity, lira- places, newly decorated, fine loca- tion opposite Baptist church. Inquire on premises. 611 84 1-6 FT. ON WIILLTAM ST and 132 ft. on Nursery avenue for sale. A bargain and' on easy terms. Will su!) divide into 3 nice lots, an. Geo. F. Bitmars. ' Buy one or FARMS FOR SALE FINE 50 ACRE FARM for sale. 4 miles from Penn Tan level and under best of cultivation. 30 acres seeded corn. Will yield.this year, 150 bu.~of ears to acre. Modern 9 room, ho'is?, furnace heat, nearly new Barn 34x 60 gambrei roof and basement cow barn attached, cement floors, splendid h«nery and hog house, guildlngs all nearly.new and worth $12,000, first offer of $7,000 with a payment down of $3,000 takes it. A. P. Eoss, Penn Ya \ N. Y. j)j 0 SENECA COUNTY FARMS—I al- ways have good farms pf all sizes on my list; see nie before buying* E. \W. Dowdeh, Waterloo, N. T, B7 FOR EXCHANGE GENTLE DRIVING MARE 0 years old ,ln sound condition for exchange j.'or Ford TUnabout in good condition. TV Baxter, Peck Farm, Phelps, R. D 2. S50. BUFFALO GRAIN MARKET FLOUR—Strong at Saturday's ad- vance Wholesale 1-2 cotton sacks Best patent $12 26 Baiters patent i ........ 12 00 First clear ..10 26 Pastry n 00 Graham 10 BO Rye flour, light 10 25 - , - Rye flour,- dark 10 00 veals, per l a NAPLES—Wheat $2.00, ^Bye <60 lbs.), Grapes (pony basket) 22c, Grapes .(ton) $100,00. _, HAIXr-Greenlngs, Baldwins, Win- ter varieties lc lb,, graded 3 1-4', de- fective apples out. Kelfer pears 90c, culla out. Anjou and odd • varieties 1 l-2c per ID. \Wheat $1.90. Cabbage $5.00. FHELPS—Wheat »190, Potatoes (fejr) 76c. hand picked apples 76c- $1.00, Cabbage $4.00. _ apples 2Bo, cwt, picked apples tree run $1-00 cwt. (very little buying:,) Getory H-00-1J5 per 2-3 cratei Onions >ff.2B per cwt., (buyer furnish bag,) Iattuea $1.28- $1.75 per box. PflODUCE Dairy Butter,. 1 .. BUTTER Wholeul* 65® 60 Creamery 60® E 2? Eggs Retail Dairy Butter '. «6® C Btt lb 70© <2? 65 70 Dairy Butter . «6® 7 Creamery Butter, jer lb 70-© 75 E @ 75 Eggs 75 VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 4 for ....... SeeHu-lb.. ^^,.».,,, Cauliflower, 2 heads for.. Cabbage, 2 heads for .... Carrots, lb Celeity, bunch Q 25 ;•••••:*•••- Corn, green, doz. Eggplant, lb Xettuce, Boston, ... .Lettuce. Southern, h'd S fot Carrots, lb ' .\.\. .. .. Oniojrs, pickling, lb. .. .. Peppers, red, doz Peppers, green, doz ..,,, Potatoes, per pit Sweet Potatoes* 7 lbs. for Popcorn, shelled, lb .{..,» Potatoes, per pic ........ Hadishes ..'. String Beans, lb \Squash v lb Swiss Chard, lb Iceberg Lettuce Turnips, per pk Spinach, per pk Beet Greens, lb 15® 10 20 7 I 10 6 SO Lima beans, lb,.,, Mint Onions, dry, 14at- bskt.... do, *reen, do*, fcclis. .... 'do, Texas, per crate ,.,. ••-n, per crate ,@ 2 *:; Rochester Cmandaigui 1 O0@l 10 %& 80 E COfrt) 6 0 0 0 9 00 75@ 1 00 12 UU , •Jl/fa*»,*w—, K —- - Parsley, per doz. wens, peppers, gr. bsk*. do red basket Potatoes, neWj b do, new, l*-qU WKt,... do, Southern, per »bl . ao, sweet, per lb Pumpkins .....-....•••• Radishes, per oox, bdis. do, per bskt, 100 bqhs. do, white, per ao»- bens. Spinach, per bushel - . . String beans, yellow, 14 ,«lfc , do, green oskt Squath- Bummer, per doz. do Huhbard, 11>. Tomatoes, H-qt. bskt Turnips, new, per bskt. .. Vegetable oysters, per aoz. bunches - • Watercr^do^ehs..^ .SSrrf&r^.:::- S Fowls ...^.. 2»@ 30 Springers, per lb 30® • | 2 Ducks, per lb. - . 8*0? . 35 Geesp, pe r lb. ••••• *<>& * 00 NEW YORK MARKET. Netf Tork, Oct. 17 i— M a r k e t unchanged.- BtiTTERMarHet ung Creamery, extras, salted and. unsalted, 59@S2c; firsts, salted, and. unsalted, 4S C69c;; creamery, higher than extras, salted and unsalted, 60(§>€3 i-2c; state dairy, tubs, 41@59c; renovated extras, 50c asked. » CHEESE—Market unsettled and •weaker. Whole milk, specials, 26 1-2 g 28 l-2c; fancy, 26@27c; lower grades, 20@24 l-2c; Wisconsin, whole milk, fancy Young American, 28 l-2@28 3-4c; state sldms, specials, !8@20c; skims, choice, 15^17 l-2c; skims, fair to good, 12@14 l-2c; lower grades, 10c asked. E.GGS—Market stronger. Nearby, white,\fancy $l.O5@1.07; brown, fancy, 7B@84c; e^tra, 7-0@71c; firsts, 63©66c. IV\$8.50@14.00 yearlings at $14.0D@16.60, ™ heifers at $6.00@ll.OO, cows at $2.50® 30 19,50, bulls a t $5.50®9.00 and stockers and feeders at $5.60 @ 8.50. Fresh cows Apples, peck Cranberries Pears, pk Grapes, per lb ., Peaches, basket Peaches, basket . Plums, qt Fruits •@ SO & 12 20 20 25 19 25.. Crafr apples, pk. bskt Apricots, doz, ,,,,,,,,, Watermelon Canteloupe, 2 for 75 79 10 40 -, *0 @ E5 @ 20 0 o M MEATS. Live Weight. BeeTs ;....,. 14® Fowls, per 1b •. •. <8> broidery. Correspondonce solicited. Pupils desired. .Visitors welcome. Permanent exhibition open Thurs- dny, Friday and Saturday each week from 2 to 5 . George Edward Bar- ton. Consolation Home, Broad street, Clifton Springs, N. Y. Telephone 13-C. 788 HEALTH FIRST—Frequent medical examination necessary to keep your- self In (rood condition. Consult yout doctor or com© to clinic. City Hall, Thursday afternoon, October 21. 835 WE WANT YOU TO KNOW that wo have all the latest styles of glasses and fit the eyes correctly at reason- ale prlccB. We repair broken glasses. O. W. Fletcher, cor. Castle and Ge- neva St. 678 RABBITS FOR SALE—Pedlgroid ami I'tlllty Flemish Giant Rabbits steel, Mack, gray, young and brooding stock 3 brooding Rucks 5 months. H. Peterson, 20 Spring St. 823 ROWBOAT FOR SALE, cho'ap, alIMt •ne\v.---Phomr*?-rr9.— ~\ * JT2TT STOVE WOOD for salr—Also chunks for furnaop. Delivered to any part of city. Dixon, 203 K. North street. I • 842 SET OF RED FOX FURS for sale— $1B.OO. Phono 5445. 844 R ea d the Want Ad». They >ra In- roKH-q RUGS FROM OLD CARPET e.nd old _ clothes. Our truck calls in Geneva ttnjt vtrtnity every Wednesday. Wag- ner Rug Works, Seneca Palls. 848 STOVES AND FURNACES cleaned and repaired, prices right, see me be- fore winter starts in. Work guaran- teed. Phone 4O20 or address Arthur Rateton, 80 Cherry St. «80 AUTOMOBILES BUICK for sale—1918 Model E-4-35- Tourlng In n>st class condition. Prtfe j\/u«T\\no~lcss; bargain. Address F-78 Times office. 885 CHEVROLET TOpRINQ CAR for stile—Perfect running condition. Four new tires. For quick sale will take $425. Leaving town for winter. Address F-27. Times office. 848 FEEDS—Good demand. Mixed cars Beef Spring bran, 100-lb. sack $39 00 *° wl » Standard middlings, do 39 00 Flour middlings, do 65 00 Reddos ..- 65 00 Cornmeal, coarse feed, per ton*52.00 Cracked corn 52 00 4S 00\ Dressed Meats 24 <9 liomlny leed, per ton afuton, per ton 66 00 Oilmeal. per ton ,• 64 00 Cottonseed meal,' 43 per cent.. 61 00 Milo maize Ko. 3, 100 lbs 2 60 WHEAT—The receipts continue light and there is some inquiry for soft winter, but at lower prices than asked. CORN—Buyers were, not so eager for corn this morning and during the afternoon there were sales at lc under yesterday, with quite a few cars of- fered. Cltfslns: No. 1 yellow, $1.05); No. 2 s y yellow, $1.09; No. 3 yollow, $1.08; No. 8 yellow, $1.04; No. 5, yellow, $1.02; on track, through billed. Sales: Seven cars No. 2 yellow, $1.09; one car No. 2 mixed, $1.09, in store.' OATS—The market opened firm with sales all day at Saturday's prices until the close, -when there were of- fering's 3-4c lower. Closing: No. 1 white, 62 3-4c; No. 2 white, 62 l-4c; No. 3 white, 60 3-4c; No. 4 white, 68 3-4c, on track, through billed. ' Sales: 1 Nineteen cars No. 2 white, G3e; two rears No. 3 -white, 61 l-2c; oe-ear -No. 4 white musty. 59c; one car sample heat damaged and small, 56c, on track, through billed; one car No. 2 white local, 62c: five cars TJo. 2 white. 64c: one car No. 3 white, 62 l-2c In store. t)NE 2 TON TRUCK for sale cheap if sold at once. A. S. Oaks, Oaks Cor- ners Maltlng quoted at $1.10<ii>1.20 and feed $1.0001.08, on track, through billed. Chicago—Closed malting, 92offi) $1.08: feed, 83ffl«)5e: December, 95 l-2o asked: May, 96 l-2c asked. Milwaukee—Clospa $1.12. RYE--Steady- Quoted No. 2. $1.79 1-4. on track, through billed. Chicago—Closed cash No. 1. $1.74; December. $1.67 1-4 asked; May, $1.50 8-4. - Veal Pork 16 26 II 17 26 32 24 22 GRAINS, ETC. (Quotations from Davison's) Oorameai, per \ ~~ ton- ....—t , p Chop Feed, per ton 50 00@63 00 Oats, per bu 60 @ 80 • ! -\— I —\ ROCHESTER PRODUCE Rochester, October 19. . FRESH DKE5OED POULTRY. Chickens, per lb 82® Tk lb '@ , Turkeys, per lb Ducks, per lb Geese, per lb H D @ « 40 32(9 se, pe 20® FRESH DRESSED POULTRY Turkeys, per lb 60<S> 55 Chickens, per lb 40® 42 Fowls, per lb • »5@ 40 Ducks, per lb ..-. @ 42 Geese, per lb @ 30 FRESH MEATS Beef, dressed, per cwt. . . 15 00<f23 no Veals, per cwt 22 00 @25 00 Spring lamb, cwt- 26 00@28 00 Straight pigs, per^ewt . . 17 00@22 00 SMOKED MEATS AND LARD Baeon, per lb. Ham, per lb California hams, per lb. Dried beef, per lb i Lard, in tierces ., VEGETAB.L.JM Btets, new. per doz. bchs.. 36 38 25 40 <§> 24 <a do, basket- 45© Cabbage, per doz 40® 75® 85<g> 20® Celery, per dozen 40<g) Carrots, bu. do, bskt do, new, doz. bebs.. 26 50 60 80 40 26 60 do large bundles, 63, d. 70® 75 Cauliflower, doz 1 00® 1 25 T0*5 12 do, Evergreen ...; Cucumbers, hothouse, do do, Dill pickles, per 100 do, small per 1O0 .... Eggplant, per doz Endive, pel Ouzen . . 16® 360 50® 40 ft) 20 40 60 B0 75® 1 25 @ Horseradish, per lb .'... & Kale, per busnel 60® Lettuce, common lO' 1 ') Curley Lettuce 16® de, h«ad, per dozen .... O@ Live Stock Market East Buffalo, Oet. 18.—CATTLEU- Eeceipts 5,000 head. Market slow and prices 25@75c lower; sales ' shipping steers at $I4.50@16.50, butchers' at and springers quoted at $65.00@ 125.00. CALVES—Eeceipts 2,500 head. Mar- ket values 50c lower; sales at $6.00@ $.18.50. KO'GS—Receipts 16,000 head. Mar- ket values generally 60c lower; sales heavy and mi3eo \at $16.00@16.10. Yorifers' at\$*6-.0« light Yorkers and pigs at $15 25015.50, roughs at $13.00 and stags at $8.<)O®I1.0O. SHEEP AND LAMBS—Receipts 15,- 200 head. Lambs 25c lower; others unchanged;sales lambs at $7.00@12.OO, 3'earHiigs at $6.O0@8.00, wethers at *6.0O@6.50, ewes at $3.OQ@5.5O and mixed sheep at ¥5.60<g)6.00. Hay and Straw Markets. New York, 4Jet. 18.—Offerings of hay continue still liberal at most barbor points, but the amount in transit shows' some' reduction, due to embargo on all roads, and.the feeling Is gener- aly steady, especially on top qualities. Straw holding about steady. HAY PER TOJN-LARGE BALES No. 1 timothy $38 00@39 00 No. 2 39 00@37 00 No. 3 32 00@33 00 Shipping- 27 00@30 00 Fancy clover, mixed 35 00@37 00 No. 1 clover, mixed 32 O0@34 00 No. 2 clover, mixed 26 00@29 00 STRAW—PER TON No. 1 rye $26 O0@ No. 1 oat 19 00@20 00 No. 1 wheat. -.,.,..,, ,. @ ^Bto Out. IS.—HAY—M&rKet eas- Geneva Homes Washington-St. Excellent $ room house on Washington St. Elec- tric lights,' ateim heat (new boil- er) and bath. Price I5S00. Only $1250. ;. . f. Brook Street 8 rooms, all con- n veniencei. Paved street. All in f good conditipn, Price ?5200. ? Lyceum Street. 8 ropms, up-to. i date home. .All conveniences. > Price $5200. ' Elm Street. 7 rooms. All mod- ern convenience*. New «hop in rear. Price |4«00. Washington Street. 8 rooms, fine location. All modern conve- Prico (5000. . niences. F. BRdWNLES g Geneva Trust ' Company Building •»•*. * '• *s •;}' I ' 4 \i t i V i X ier» sales No. 1 timothy $42.00@4J.OO, No. 2 timothy at $37,00 ©39.O0, No. 1 EaSWr^ 'at fS1M ©Jf.OD, No. 2 Eastern at $33.0O@35.OO, JMo. 3 hay a t $29.00® 30.00, dlover mixed at $28.00@37.OO, and fine hay a t $28.0O@29.00. Rye straw quotfd at $26.O0g 27.00, and oat straw, at $lB.O0@17.0O. Barley Markets Buffalo, Oct. 18.—BARJLEY—Market ruled quiet; malting quoted ^t $1.10® $1.20 and (cod at $1.00© 1.08, on track, through billed. Chicago, Oct. 18.—BARLEY—Mar- ket ruled flrnj; maltiiy quoted at 95c @$1.08. New York, Oct. 18.-BARLEY— Market steady; feeding\quoted at $1.05 ©$1.06 and malting a t $1.16@tl6, c. I. f., New York. Fruits and Vegetables. ; PhilacEe'lphia, Oct. 16. APPLES—Per bbl., $2.50@8.0O. POTATOES—Jersey, per 5-8 bushel basket, 35@90c. ONIONS—Jersey, per bskt., 4O@G0c. CABBAGE—Per ton, $lt).0fr@14.00. Boston, Oct. 16. POTATOES—Per cwt., $2.40®2.50. APPLES—Per bu., 75c@$3.50 ONIONS—Per bag. $l-50@2.0O * LETTUCE—Per box, 25c@$1.50 CABBAGE—Per bbl, 75c@$1.26. Cleveland, Oct. 16. bbU44^0# POTATOES-Per 150-lb. sack, $3.75 @4.25. ONIOXS—Per cwt., J1.50@2.0O. CABBAGIS—Homegrown, per dozed 50@65, ' Chicago, Oct. 16. ONIO.VS— Homegrown, 'sack, $1.50$) DEPORTEES 8JET tASIf T OF BOLSHEVIK LIFE' /• ^•\•- « Undesfrabies Sent 'W Russia ! Some Months Mo ftrefut to * Work by Soviet Authorities. • The state department learned frorii sources It regards a» official that tlia Russian bolshevik sympafEEerai anoT nndeslrnbies deported Ia,,|hissla somt months ngo by the Untm States wer« at once put to work fay the soviet authorities. *• They were unwilling to,perfonn th« taskg assigned to them by the bolshe- vik officials and were Infowhed that there was In existence 14 Russia ma« chlnery, operated by the extraordinary commission, for dealing with such, cases, nn lnstitutI6n that deals prima- rily with Incipient rebellion nnd othej? movements dangerous to bolshevism, Most of the deportees thereupon were set to work'repglrJlfig-tflfe-fttll- road beds, bui some escaped under as- sumed names, while others are under arrest nnd in the bands of the extraor- dinary commission for punishment. According to Intelligence received by the government, most of the atrocities In Russia have been committed by or at the Instigation of the extraordinary commission, whlcb Is, characterized by officials here as a high handed and, secret tribunal. Until these advices were received there was doubt as to the exact fate, of the deportees,' „ who sailed from. America In seemingly blgh Bplrtts and many of whom expected to be received by the bolRhevlk authorities as mar* tyrs and heroes. Among the. deportees were Emma Goldman, and Alexander Berkman. 1 \ M m m 1 A C IT'S • PLA A sit serve add until of ha at yo \ I VIENNESE TAXED HEAVILY Levy Made on Practically Every Dally Activity In Austrian Capital) In Its effort to find a solution of Itt financial difficulties the municipality of Vienna Is resorting to taxation not approached In any countrj during th< lU^t'™™-**-'^ \• ^: BRINGING UP FATHER. - I HOPE. S 1 CAUL TO SC6 KE ^OME TIME NPi COIN I I V,|| | | | I. .1.1 •...!. . J.I , ,.,,._,,,.J.^^ By McManus. VELU-l CALLED'ONMR COHH TOOAV- HE CERTA1HLV As a first step It has raised the.de< posit of gna 1 . consumers from between 100 to 800 crowns to 8,000-crowns per meter. No interest is paid on this da< posit. The new schedule of taxes contcro plateB a levy on practically every dally activity. There will'be a tax ^ ~2 per cent on'all salaries of euiptoys' to be paid by the employers. H<S to be paid by the py rooms are taSed 20 per cent an?! graded tax Is levl«ia on apartmentii w, be paid by the occupant. On aparp ments renting for 3,000 cwwris a mown. the tax will be t&reetlnies the rent, u more than one domestic servant is em« ployed the employer; njpst pay a mgn tax on each additional \servant* foi»e e Ten pet* cent 6tt4he *» Ten pet* cent 6tt4he ,cusfoi»e>f : In a .-restaiira'ntT-aH-oecapatl^ 8 ' , l ~~ t for certain forms of ewW oie3!i]o *l and many kinds of new business Chtcago, C^*1^3EDSrho timothy quoted at *5;00@6;6O ant clover at JlS.OO^O.flO. ^ . Toledo, Oct. Mffi« PS a t^H 1 1920 clovernuoted aj;|l4-16ca sh 5 ' $ *.« Qctober, $14.30 D§penrt>er, $ 4.s< March, and alsike at $l7iB0 eash, *\•&»• Otb441T50456C^S^& timothy quoted at' t*a clover at ^fM $15.OO@16.00 and -attftlft 117.0ft- a bushel: white at $S4@$5« per 100 pounda. • AU • • g> 3

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