Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on August 12, 1939 · Page 21
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JtOCJIICSTKIt DKMOCKAT AiSJ) CH KOX I (JUS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 12. liK.i) 21 BRAZIL ORDERS MARK LINKING TO U. S. DOLLAR BOND 3 43-40 June 3 43-40 reg - L) tieitr.an 3, .43-41 in Brazil were s New York (AP) Following are! ypste ru"s hign, low ani closing prices of bonds on the New York Slock Exchange: t. S. OOVKKNMENT BONDS (Dollar and 32nd) TKKAMI'KY Sales in tl.oiiit High Low 2pm MARKET GUILDER RISES WITH RUMORS 45-43 54-44 Rio de Janeiro banks operating notified yesterday by the Bank, of 2iL 43 Brazil, the nation' federal bank.' 3s 48-48 that effective at once, the rate of, J.' Mob Oh 0 38t MWPa PuSv 4 '-SO M WPa PuSv 6 65 Mont Pow 3 6. . MoT 4Y Kssex 5 55. Mor 6c Ksx 3'20ll0 Nassau El 4 61. .. Nat D'ry 351ww 48 AT exchange of the "compensation 1 31 52-49 mark" will fluctuate instead of re- 2', 63-49 2'fc 5:i-.".( 1 2", a 3s 54-51 65-; M maimng fixed. The compensation mark is tvpe of German currency backed 2. sn-55 by German exported good, used for barter with foreign countries. Ger-'3s 49-44 many has been trading large . . - . . 1 . ! 1 3a quantities or manuiaci.ureu arutici to Brar.il in exchange for coffee and a few other products. The com-peneation marka are paid by Germany to the Bank of Brazil which, in turn, converts them into the Brazilian currency, milreis, for payment to Brazilian exporters). United State diplomatic sources aid the Brazilian order, in effect, ties the compeneation mark to the United States dollar in Brazil and eleminates the trading advantage which Geimany has had here since V4her currencies were admitted to free exchange dealings Apr. 10. A reliable iourcb outlined the situation as follows: Between Apr. 10 and Thursday, the Belling and buying rates of the compensation mark had remained 2 103.1 103.1 103.1 10 103 103 103 1 105.8 105.8 105.8 3 110.10 110.10 110.10; -N'at Distil 3"4 49. 1 115.15 115.15 115.15iNat Steel 3 65 1 108.13 108.13 108.13 NEng TT 461B 1 110.27 110. 2T 1 10.27 ! 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Raid T.orn 3 4" t R A O rf 6 95 1 . . . stationary at 1 milreia and 5.85 J m 5 48L milreis, respectively. b o 1st 5 48 ctt On Apr. 10, the dollar was quoted I" " r'xV Rt 17.7 milreia for sight drafts in A 05 20"on ett the free market, while Thursday b a O rv 44 so fRe dollar quotation was 19.92 mil-reis. Thus, while the milreis and the compensation mark held at the same level, the milreis had depreciated in teitns of the dollar, i.e., Brazilian importers, with their currency, could not buy as much United States' products, priced in dollars. Now, however, as the milreis weakens or improves in terms of the dollar it also will weaken or improve in terms of the compensation mark. Therefore, said th authority, Germany has lost the advantage which it had by knowing In advance the exact value of the compensation mark in Brazil. . 4 108 108 108 5 82 82 82 5 74 74 '4 74 '4 3 63 i 63 V 63 5 26 't, 23 23 "i 1 1"6V 108V 10Bi 6 109'4 108V 108 12 60 59 59 2 102V 102V 102V 3 103Mi 103'i 103 43 110,1, 100S 100N, 4 109M. 109 109U 8 intV 109 109'4 1 107 107 , 107 3 107 107 107 4 101 10014 101 11 inn 99 99 K 8 110V H''4 2 91 91 91 2 1o2T4 102S 102 10 96 96H 96-. 1 62 4, 62 S 62 H, 4 42 '4 43 4Vi I 1 101 H 101V 101 K Toronto Mart Tnmntn (AP) Cloain; mining qviotrd in Canadian Xunda: Kalra Hlah Low 1000 .02' .02 2700 .31 1M0 .07 800 . 94) 3700 .14 rvBi j 53 500 .08 Mi 2499 .25' 2O0 .18 6O0 .1 34)0 .16 1000 .09 'i Af?on Alrtermie ,. A mm Aniio Cdn . ArniteH ... Aunor Ragamar .. Bannhrid ,. B Wf'aa .. Rear Rrtinod ... Rnhjo ..... Hralorna , , . Rrou.an . . , Half Ank. ' a i ;d m n . 'amonl ... rilo 4!iTle ..... n Pt . 'b! Pore . Chrm Kff . "hra'.rvii, . 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A T 6 44 Utah P A I, 5 44 U P A L 5 47t Utll P A L, 5 59St 3 108 108 108 1 108 108 108 1 110 110 110 9 106 106 108 3 76 75 75 P 13 107 107 107 2 111 1111. 111. 6 112 112 '4 112' 1 110 110 110 1 104 104 U 104 ' 3 90 90 90 1 50 60 50 104 104 104 1 100 10O 1(M) 4 99 99 99 129 104 J 04 104 1 107 107 107 31 101 104) IOO . 20 88 87 87 14 96 96 96 3 97 97 97 2 85 85 85 V 28 117 117 117 16 108 108 108 16 105 105 105 2 110 110 110 3 3 3 3 10 10 10 10 13 109 108 108 1 108 106 ,.44t 2 1084 108 106 2 99 99 99 1 105 105 105 1 107 107 107 80 80 79 79 2 27 27 27 7 26 23 25 10 14 13 13 1 70 70 70 6 108 108 108 2 103 103 103 K 3 72 72 72 1 102 102 102 1 104 104 104 6 108 106 '4 106 2 94 93 94 2: 94 94 94 2 99 99 99 1 107 107 107 17 7 7 17 7 T New York A') A Jump of nearly 15 cent In the Netherlands guilder, coming on the heels of suspension of payments by the Amsterdam banking house of Men delssohn & Co., let !oose a ewirl of rumors in foreign exchange mar kets yesterday to explain the sudden jump. ( International bankers agreed, however, that it was probably a combination of three factor that sent the guilder up: 1. Some foreign exchange operators who had sold the guilder short hoping for a decline were made nervous by the Mendelssohn trouble. Hence they covered commitments pending settlement of the company" affair. 2. A new Netherlands cabinet ha jut been formed, which money experts hoped would put an end to weeks of political squabbling. 3. The Dutch control fund supported the money in an effort to drive out speculators who have been keeping the guilder hopping up and down the price scale in recent months. The pot guilder gained .18 of a cc'nt. Guilder deliverable In the futuie aleto Improved. The ttO-day guilder, for instance, wa quoted .12 of a cent below the epot price. compared with .17 of a cent Thurs day. Kxchange dealers didn't seem much concerned with a new cent drop in the Shanghai dollar Most attributed it to the present. confused currency ystems extant in China. Other chief rates showed little variation in term of the dollar. Gold totaling $2,112,000 was engaged in England for ehiptnent here, the Federal Reserve Bank reported. Closing rates follow: (Great Britain In dollars, other In cents): Great Britain 4 68; 60 day bills 4 66; Canada, Montreal In New York 99 98 ,", ; Canada, New York In Montreal 100.01 ft : Belgium 16.99; Denmark 20.91; Finland 2.07; France 2.65: Germany 40.13, benevolent 39 10, travel 22.65; Greece .85; Hungary 19.70; Italy 5.26; Netherlands 53.57; Norway 23 52: Poland 18 85; Portugal 4 27; Rumania .72; Sweden 24.13: Switxerland 22.58: Argentine (official) 31.21; Argentina (free) 23.20; Braail (official) 6.05; Brazil (free) 8 10: Mexico 17.00 nominal: Jupan 27.31; Hongkong 28.68; Shanghai 6 75; Yugoslavia. 2 32; tu tea In spot cables unless otherwise Indicated. FARM PRODUCE PRICESOJRTIS NOTES INCOME GAINS Naw York-(AP) (8tat Iept. Agr. Aa Mkts.) (JuotHttons In yesterday' whole-sale produre markets wre: MiKHBI.lS BEANS N. Y. upstate various sections bu ket steady. Per lb. choice 15-16C, fair to good ll-14c. small 7-10c. LIVE POULTRY: Receipts moderate: ,.,. ih. i1.!d,man1 faTly Hood. Market steady to and condition, Bountiful 60-75c, some hlKh ! 'r"nK" on f'ney poultry, by truck and as 86C-81.00. poorer 35-4.X-. Chnmptonl "P""' lb :, ,Fow'V , ' ar'd, V"180' . no 1 ' hi -r . ' . (southerns low as 15c: red 17-18r; leghorns. $1 00-1.25. poorer 60-5c. 4,ranbrry. red -,-,,. ., ..., ,,.,, " n,,' '6c.-Sl.U0. some as hlh as fl.12-25. poorer 60-63c. Green tender 75C-S1.00, poorer 60-6.'iC. Green, round tringless 75C-S1.00, some $1.12 -25, poorer 50-65C. Valentine 73c-$1.00. some as high a Sl.12-23, poorer 50-65c. Wax SI 25-75, fair to ordinary "5c-S1.00, poor 25-30c. BEETS N. Y. Orange County, topped. round, bu. hskt, 65-73C. BROCCOLI N. Y. upstate various sec tions, large crate SI 00-1. 50, small 60-75c. California, crate $3 50. CABBAGE N. Y. upstate, western sec- lions, saiks 60-lhs. white, round type. SI 00-1.23. boxes $1.12-25. Hudson Valley and Catskill Mt. region, crate, white $1.25. some $1.50, red St. 25. Middle- western and Southern states, white, 50-lb. sack $1.00 1. 25, por lower; 75-lb. ack $1.75. CARROTS N. T. weatern sections; topped, unwashed 18 lb. sack: $1.23, washed bu. bakt. 60-6,'ic. few 73c. Orange County: Topped, bu. bskt.: 50-65.-, few 75c. California: Bunched, wide range con dition of tops, crate, six dos. : S era. rocks mostly 20-21c. few 22c. Some poorer lower: crosses 18-l9c, fancy 20c, low 1617c: reds 17-18c: colored 16-17c; leghorns, 16-17c, 1 to IV lbs. 18 cents. Chickens, crosses, fancy large 20-21C. Old rooster 14c, some low as 12-13C, pullets, rocks, mediums 22-23c: crosses, small to mediums 20-22c; reds, small 20-21c; ducks 10-llc. LIVE RABBITS: Receipts and demand moderate; market steady per lb: 10-14C Investing Companies ay The Associated Press Rid Admin Fd 2nd Ino ... Affiliated F Inc Amerex Hold Am Hua 8hrs Am Gen Kq Inc Am Ins Btocks Asaoc 8tand Oil 1 108 108 108 4 8 8 8 7 8 8 6 7 7 7 2 8 8 8 24 7 7 7 11 61 60 60 2 6 6 6 1 117 117 117 6 65 66 65 10 5V 5 5 2 5 5 5 2 9 9 9 2 2 2 2 1 99 99 99 8 107 107 107 4 109 108 109 Rankers Nat Inv Corp A 00-2.73, ! Basic Industry some as high as $3.12 -25. poorer $1.25-j Blair A Co $1.75. some lower. Boston Fund Ine CAUUFLOVVER N. Y. Delaware Coun- British Type Inv tv: (Catskill Mt. region t per crate: $1 50-! Broad St Inv $2.25, some fancy $2.50-75. poorer 75c-I Bullock Fund $1.25, some as low as 5t)-65c, Washington I CaJI Inv Fund crate $1.62-75. (Central Nat Corp A .... CELERY N. Y. western sections In the: Central Nat Corp B .... rough. 2-3 crate $1.25-1.37. Washed. Century ghrs Tr Florida style crate, various sizes, $1 00- ' Chemical Fund $160. best $1.23-1.50. Orange County, j Comwlth Invest varlou vn-rlrtlea. In the rough, various j Continental 8h i slues 2-3 crate. 7 .'$ 1. 00. Half cdiU ' Corporst Trust 30-73C. Waatied. half-crate, various sites. ! Corporate Trust A A .... 60-75C, some as hli as SI. 00. High- 1 Corp Tr A A mod ball crate 40-65C. One dozen bunches corp Tr Accum 8er 10-30c. I Corp Tr cc Mod CELERY CABBAGE N. 1 . upstate Crura A Forster Crura A Forst S pf Crum A Forst Ins H .... ('rum A Forst Jns 7 pf . Cumulative Tr 8h Depos Bk Ph N Y A ... Depna Ins 8hrs A Depos Ins Sttra B Diversified rr C Diversified Tr D Dividend Shrs Eaton A How Fund A-l. Equity Corp $3 pf Fidelity Fund Inc First Boston Corp First Mutual Tr Fd ... Fiscal Fund Bk Bh Fiscal Fund Ins Fixed Trust Sh A ....... Foreign Bond Assoc .... Found Tr Sh A various sections, crate, 75c-$l.oo. omo, dims bskt. 60-75c, C4JKN - N. Y, uimtate sections, yellow varieties, wide range quality and condition, bags containing 64) ears. 50-75C, some as high as 85c-$1.00. poorer 25-40C, bu. bskt 60-75c poorer 25-40C. CUCl'M HERS N. 3'. upstate vsrlous sections, bu. bskt. various grades, fancy $1.25-1.50, some $1.62-1.75, some $1.00. Dills and pickles $1.60-2.25. LETTUCE New York Big Boston, wide range quality and condition, crate. 2-doat. heads, weatern sections. 75-UOc, some $1 no. poor 60-63C. Oswego County. 50-75C, high SI 00. poorer 3-4()c. Iceberg crate 42-dor.) mostly $1.00. California, Iceberg, crate (4-5 doz. ) $3.00-4.50. MUSHROOMS 3-lb. bskt. various grades, wide range quality and condition 50-75C, some 80C-S1.00. low JU-40C. ONIONS Madison County-Caustota sec- Kund Investors Inc tion. 50-lb. sack, yellow, ti. . ino. 1. j Kund Tr 8hrs A 70-80C. some 85c. low 60-85C Orange ! Fund Tr Shrs B County, 50-lb. sack, yellow. U. S. 65-75C, ; Gen capital Corp some high 80-85C. Medium ize 60-60C. j Gen investors Tr Red, flat variety, 63-85c. White. 25-lb. 1 aroj,p 8ec Agricultural sack, boiler 50-75C. Massachusetts. 60-lb. !Group gg,. Aut0mobile sacks, yellow. No. 1, mostly 70 75c rlrouD gee Aviation .. m.i - f w T v II n ..... t.v-4 any VM. " ...rr.T:- " "'ixr zrz : zz. oroUP eC Bundmg UUa Ul Iiri ici 1 11111P, ma. ' 1 6 25 38 4 a 12 2 1 6 25 92 44 43 44 61 44 56 47 74 70 W 86 35 54 92 44 42 42 60 4 4 64 47 74 70 85 32 92 44 43 43 60 44 64 47 74 70 85 63 4 18 40 9 9 17 17 40 40 6 103 103 103 4 103 103 103 10 105 105 105 1 7 ', 7 . 7 2 101 101 101 Dairy Products BITT1K KCKtSAMm 4 36t K O South 3 50 . K C South 3 60 . K C Term 4 60. ! Kentucky Cen 4 67 .01 Kopper Co 4 51. 1.40 Kreage Found347 Lac Gaa 5 33.. Lac Gas 3 60 D Lac Gas 5 4 2 New York (.T)- Receipt 0,36 Iba. ; La ut a ro Nit Inc 75( nai-ket steady. Creamery, higher than ex- t-a 2-26c; extra 92 score). 241-.e; f r-ts -l a-ore. 22-23e; seconds 484-87 i ore 1 20 -21 ' c. CHEESE. 214 073 lbs.; market steady. Prices unrhanged. r'.Mifl MIXED COLORS: Fancy to extra fancy, 1 -22 c; standards. 18c; firsts, 16'vc; ae.oncla, 1 4 -15 c; mediums. 14c; i;rtiea. No. 1. 1 4 '4 c : average checks, 13';c. WHITES: Resale of premium marks. 29-31 c. Nearby and Midwestern, premium Tturks. 26-26r; exchange speclala, 23c-r.' f. exi harive etun.tnrila. "1 21'c; resale neartv heavirr inL-aiuiua, 2J-2Sc; near-t. and Midwestern exiiianite mediums. 23c. rtuV.NB. Nearby, extra fancy, 23-30c; uaaitv aud Mldweatern, exchange specials, iit-.lL, extnai,se standards, 21 21 c. Nearby roail.ulin 2(K'. DUCK E4M18' Neaiby. 16 20c. 1114 4(.l M MIKr I HI 'TTs. K, .:i4 584 lbs ; market steady P'M iirichanKeil. HiC.S. 12.121 rases; market steady, prices uarhangeri ni rraifi n.,i Verket (rm; larga 26e; mediums lie. Leh CAN 454C 1-h Val H Tm 3 54 Liggett A hi 6 61. Lion O CV 4 82 Loews 3 46 Lone Star G 3 S 63 Long Isl rfg 4 49at Lorillard Co 6 51. Louis A Ark 5 69 Lou A N 6 2003 B Lou A N 4 2IMI3. Units A N un 4 4(1 LAN PiidAM 4 46 Maine Cen 4 60. Manati Bug 4 67 . . Maunai Ry 4 vor. Market bt Ry 7 40 Mich Can Ua 4 4)3 MHPkiHM cn4 SM M K-lex 3 e2A M-K-Tex aj 6 B7t M-K-Tt-X 1 4 911 Mo Pac cv 5S49? Mo Prc 5 77 Ft. . Mo Pan 6 77 Kelt Mo Tar 6 81 It . . M" Par gen 4 73 c Mora 3 xt4 3Sfl 8 69 59 59 30 104 104 104 2 97 97 97 1 86 85 85 1 64 84 84 4 98 98 98 3 88 88 88 17 75 74 74 1 84 84 84 H 1 70 70 70 10 32 32 '4 32 7 48 47 47 14 14 14 I 3 49 48 V 48 ; 2 52 62 52 20 45 45 45 12 611 60 60 20 46 46 46 6 97 97 97 V 6 107 106 106 10 58V 58 58 14 32 32 32 23 61 61 61 1 8(1 80 80 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 90 90 90 3 99 98 4 99 2 58 68 58 15 63 62 62 H 7 25 6 25 7 67 67 67 3 67 67 67 17 1(16 lo6 106 1 168 108", H'S 13 104 103 103 2 105 105 105 L 3 35 54 54 1 54 54 54 3 84 84 81 5 28 25 28 a 53 50 3ii 6 48 46 46 2 129 129 129 5 95 95 95 5 103 103 103 1 106 108 108 1 87 87 87 3 128 128 128 2 64 84 84 10 99 98 98 14 91 90 91 15 100 loon 100 1 101 lot 101 M J 49 4n 49 3 2s 2. s, 2 44 6.1 4)2 62 3 5.1 53 6) 2 luiv, 104 Hii 6 7 7 7 11 18 W. 18 ft ? 7 7 21 31 30 3D 26 2', 2 2 3 14 1 4 14 2 1 4 '4 1 4 ' 14 '4 1 14', J 4 1 4 22 ,V 3 , 3 68 8 8 8 105 105 105 32 91 90 90 10 107107 107 r 6 100 100 100 6 109 109 109 18 105 14)5 '4 106 15 118 118 118 3 85 85 85 2 104 J03 104 6 87 87 87 U 1 108 108 108 2 108 106 106, 22 99 99 99 1 108 1(18 108 6 99 99 99 3 107 107 107 8 83 82 82 '4 3 30 30 30 3 108 1)18 106 1 86 , 88 88 2 101 101 Hl 10 l()t 101 11)14 6 81 81 81 80 80 80 Virginia R 3 68 2 108 108 10874 Waga rfg 5 73t Wahaa 1st 3 39t Waiwrth 4 65 . . Warner Bros 6 48 Warren Bm 6 41 1 Westrh Lt 3 87 Wrsm Mil 6 77 A We.tn Md 4 52 .. WNYAPa gen 4 43 West P 1st 5 46t Western Un ft fit Western Un 4 '4 60 Wheel Ht 4 68 A Wilk B A E 5 42tl Wilson A Co 4 65 Wis Cen 4 49t . . . Wise E Po 3 68 Wis Pub Svc 4 61 W 8 6 6 1 38 38 38 3 62 60 62 5 90 90 90 11 40 40 40 3 109 109 109 JO 90 69 89 3 82 82 82 9 108 106 Yt, 108 '4 5 18 18 1 8 71J4 71 71 2 67 68 86 V 97 97 97 1 8 8 8 1 103 103 103 3 9 9 9 5 108 108 108 1 109 109 109 Gold Bullion Price Is Unchanged London U.P.) The price of . bar gold wa unchanged yesterday at 148 shillings, 6Vi pence an ounce. With sterling Uso unchanged at $4.6816, the American equivalent remained at $34.77 an ounce. A total of 297,000 ($1,390,435) of the metal was taken off the mar ket. Yesterday' taking were 288,000. Price of gold per fine ounce, pound Sterling. American equivalent of the gold price, per cent discount from parity, grains of gold theoretically in the dollar, and the value of the dollar on the basts of the gold price: Pap Krl, Thiir. WkAgii Gold.. 84a9d 14fcatid 148s6d 14Hsd Pound $4.8816 $4.6816 $4 6816 US Eq $35.00 $34.77 $34.77 $34 77 i Die. . .6571 .6371 .6571 tirslns. 13.71 131 13.81 13.81 Dollar. $1.0000 $1.0066 $1.0066 $1.0066 Commodities W4)4M. New York (pi - Wool top futures closed unchanged to 4 point lower on scattered selling by Boston house In October and December poaitlona. 'Antwerp closed unchanged to d lower whole Roubalx was off 10 centimes. High Liw I .nit Oct 81 7 81 7 81 6b Dec 81 O 80 8 80 9b Mar. 799 79 9 79.8b Spot, s'tandard top 85.5, off 0.5. b Bid. lllltr Raw llk future (new) closed 7-t higher. Bales 7.6HO.OO0 lbs. High Imw Last. 10.67 10 41 10.45b 10.99 10.74 10.88 89 1120 11.13 11.19b etles, $1.00-1.35. Western state, bu. bskt. or hmpr. various varieties si.45-i.9U. POTATOES Long Island 100-lb. sack, U. 8. No. 1. cobbler $1.25-1.50. mostly $1 30-1.35. Chippewa No. 1, $1.40-1 50, some $1.55, poorer $1.25-1.35. New Jersey, 1(0-Ib. sack, U. S. No. 1, cobbler, $1 20-$1.35. poorer $1.00-1.15. Chippewa $1.25-$1.40. poorer $1.15-1.20. RADISHES N. Y. upstate section, bu. bskt. red 75c-$1.25. ROM AI N E N. Y. Oswego Cotintv, crate, wide range ize quality and condi tion 40-60C, some as nigh poorer and smal 25-35C. SQUASH N. Y. upstate various sections, yellow, crooked neck, bu. bskt. 25-65C. Green (Italian) various varieties, bu. bskt. ZTic-Jl.OO, sccording to size and variety. Half-bu. bskt. 23-5()c. Hubbard, green, bu. bskt. 75c, small 35c. Acorn, green, bu. bskt. 60-65C. SPINACH N. Y. western ections, bu. bskt. $1 25-1.50. various other upstate sections, 75c-$1.00. soma as hgih as $1.12,A. poorer 5()-65c. some low 3o-40c. TOMATOES N. Y. Hudson Valley, wrapped, green and turning, lug. various grades, pack 6x6 and larger 75c-$1.0tl. extra $1 25, aome f7r)-85c. Choice 6x7 pin k 60 ."c , some 75c. No. 2. various sizes 2.V60C. Carrier, alx 4-qt., bskts. S1.4HI-L25 fancy $1.60, few $1.73, poorer 60-75C. l4-qt. climax bskt. 2.V40C, some 60c. TURNIPS White, purple top. N upstate sections, topped, washed, bskt. fancy $2. 50. FKl ITS APPLES N. Y. Hudson Valley, bskt., tub or open box various glades, Alexander- 2 to 2-i'n. min. 60-75C Astrachan 2 to 2V-in. min. 60-75c. Dutchess 2-In. min. 75c-$1.00; 2-tn. min. 40-85c: 2-In. min. 36-S5c; 2-in. mm. 25-4t)c. Northwestern 4Srecnlng, 2 to 2- In. min. 75c-$l.4lO; 2-In. HU-H5c; 2'4-ln. ,'.0-60c. Starr 2 to 2-In. 75-90C Wealthy. 2-ln. min. 60c-$1.00. Wolf River, 2 to 3-in. min. 75c-$1.25. William Red, 2V-ln. min. $1.62; 2-In. min. $1.25-. 50; 2-In. min. 75c-$1.25. Miscellaneous varieties 2-in. min. and up 25-60c. CRAB APPLES N. Y. Hudson Valley. Group Sec Chemical .... Group Sec Foods Group Sec Invest Shrs , Group Sec M'chandlslng. Group Sec Mining Group Sec Petroleum . . Group Sec R R Equip .. Group Sec Steel Group Sec Tobacco Huron Holding , lncorp Investors , Independence Tr Sh lnstl Sec Bank Group .. as 65-75C, inati Sec Insurance ..... Y. bu. bu. Kept Dec Mar Spot No. 12a. b Bid; 1 western light native cows a Asked. 4 4)1 Ft.K Coffee spot steady. Santos No. 4. 7-. Rio No. 7. 6. Bost and freight offerings Included Santos Bourbon 3a and ,5s at 6.50-7.40. Santos No. 4 "D" future closed unchanged to 1 lower. Sales 8,000 bags. Young 8 A T 4 61 Young SA T 4 4 8 KlHI IfiN HON IIS Adriatic El 7 52. Agr M Rk8 47f., Agr M Bk6 48t., Antloquln2tl7 57t. Argentine 4 72 Feb Argentine4 72 Ap. Argentine 4 48. Argentine 4 71. Auatralia5 65 Australia 4 66. Austria 7 67 1 ... Belgium 6 65 .... Brazil 8 4Jt .... Braeil 6 26-57t. Brazil 6 27-57f. BraxllCRE7 62r.. Wraall citHIT 62t. Budapest 6 62 f.. BuenA S 84 Buen A 44"77 BuenA4'4 4A 76. Buen A44A 78 Buen A 4 .473 Canada 3 52 .... Canada 4 80 .... Canada 3 61 .. Canada 3 67 Canada 2 45... Canada 2 44 .. Chile MB6"4 61asdt Chile M B 6 81t. Chile MB 6 62f,, Chile 7 42t Chile 6 60t Chile 6 61 Jan . . Chile6 61 Fasdt. Chile 6 62t ChileanM 7 6ii .. Colomb 6 61Jan . Colomh6 61 Octf. ColomMB7 46t .. Cordoba Pv7 42 .. Cuba 5 63 .... Cuba 6 45t .... Cuba 4 77 ... Tenmark6 42 ... Denmark 5 65 . Denmark 4 62. Dom 5 42 .... Dom 1st 5 69ext Dom 1st .' it 40 Finland 6 45 .... Ftanktort6 53t. French 7 V,? 41 uuat Ger Govt 7 4WT . . Hung Muu 7 45t Iial Cr Cons 7 47B Italy T 1931 .... Japan 6 34 ... Japan 5 85 .... Metlellin M 654t Mex 4 04 asd 34t Mines 4ier 8 59 4 N Sou Wales 5 68 Norway 4 ' 65 . Norway 4 6$ ... 15 105 105 105H 21 104 104 104 2 40 49 49 1 28 2 26 22 6 6 8 3 13 13 13 26 77 76 76 7 77 76 76 V 10 92 92 92 5 87 87 87 18 97 97 97 6 91 9t 91 1 118 118 118 5 102 102 102 4 16 15 15'a 10 14 14 14 15 14 14'i 14'4 13 14 14 14 13 13 '4 13 2 8 8 8 1 46 ." 46 48 13 54 54 54 3 54 54 54 2 55 65 55 5 55 55 65 1 109 109 109 6 110 110 110 1 105 105 105 8 102 102 102 0 1024 102 102 1 102 102 102 1 9 9 9 1 13 13 13 2 13 13 13 4 15 15 15 25 15 15 15 2 15 15 15 2 10 10 10 1 15 15 15 2 12 12V 12 1 26 26 28 2 26 26 28 1 26 28 26 6 76 76 76 3 101 101 lot 3 65 65 65 9 60 60 50 5 95 95 95 7 90 V 90 90 11 82 81 81 1 73 73 73 1 72 72 72 1 73 73 73 1 103 1U.VV 103 2 18 ls ls 2 lu5 103 105 56 21 21 21 8 8 6 8 1 69 69 69 3 69 69 69 11 87 87 4)7 27 50 50 W 60 5 14 14 14 4 2 9 9 9 3 94 94 94 6 101 mi mi 100 100 100 Sept , Dec Mar Rio No. 7 n Nominal. Sept. .... Jan , Mar. .... b Bid. High 6.98 6 13 6. 25 Iiw 6 95 6 13 6. 28 I -ant 6.96n 6 lln 6 22n 'A' future (old) no sales. 81 GAR High . . . 1 87 ... 190 ... 193 Iiw 1 86 1 90 1 92 I-ast 1 88b 1 89h 1.92b Investor Fd C Inc Keystone Custodn B 1 .. Keystone Custodn B 2 .. Keystone Custodn B 3 ,. Keystone Custodn K 1 .. Keystone Custodn K 2 .. Keystone Custodn S 2 .. Keystone Custodn 8 3.. Keystone Custodn S 4 .. Manhat Bond Fund ..... Maryland Fund Mass Invest Tr Mutual Invest Nation Wide Seo Nation Wide Voting .... Natl Investors New England Fund .... N. Y. stock Automirtille. N Y Blocks Aviation ... N Y Stocks Bk Stocks . N Y Stocks BUIg Supply. N Y Stocks Elec Equip . N Y Stocks InsBrance .. N Y Stocks Machinery .. N Y Stocks Oils N Y Stocks R R Equip . N Y Stocks Steel North Am Bond Tr ctfs. Nor Am Tr Shares 1953 . Nor Am Tr Sh 1955 .... Nor Am Tr Sh 19"i6 .... Nor Am Tr 8h 1958 .... Plymouth Fund Inc Putnam G Fund Quarterly Income Sh .... Repres Tr Shrs Repub Invest Fund .... Schoellkopr-Hut A Pom. Selected Am 8h lne .... various early varieties, half, bu. bskt. or j Selected Income Sh . 04 OA Cocoa (futures closed 3 to 4 lower. Sales 5,64 2 tons, lllsh Iiw Ijtat Sept 3 99 3 95 3 97 I'ac 4.13 4 4)9 4 lln Mar 4.24 4 22 4.2m 12-qt. climax bskt. 35-50c, poorer lower; 8-qt. bakt. 15-25C. BKRRIKS N. Y. Hudson Valley, blackberries, pint bskt. 10-12C rilKKHI EH N. Y. Hudson Valley, sour varieties, wide rang si.e quality and condition, black, qt. bakt. mostly 10c, Four-qt. climax bskt., black. 35-45c, some as high as 60c. as low as 30c. Red. bsaTT., best, mostly 35c, poorer 25-30c. Eight-qt. bskt., black, sour $1.00. Oswego County 4- qt. bekt . red 40-50C black 30-SOc. mostly 4()-50c. Sweet, 4-qt. climax bskt. 3U-45C PEACHES N. Y. Hudson Valley, Golden Jubilee, various sizes, bu. bf"tt., or tub. $1.25-. 50. Half-bu. bskt. 65-75c. PEARS N. Y. Hudson Valley, bu. bskt., tub or open box, vsrlous sires, Clapp's Favorite, wide range sue, color and quality. No. 1. $1.00-1.25, mostly $1.12-. 25, some as high as $1.37, few $1.50, poorer 85-90c; No. 2. 50-75C, mostly 60-75c, few 85c-$1.00. some as low as 40c. Half bu. bskt. Clapp' Favorite No. 1, 50-75c, mostly 80-65c. No. 2, 30-40c. Bartlett. half-bu. bskt. 60c. PLUMS N. Y. Hudson Valley. Viirt-ou early varieties, half bu. bskt. 40-85c. Twelve-qt. climax bskt. 25-50c. Qt. bant. 5- 6C. MEAT COUNTRY DRESSED CALVES: Receipts moderate. Demand slow. Mar- Sovereign Invest Spencer Trask Fund .... Stand Utll Inc State Street Invest .... Super of Am Tr A Super of Am Tr A A ... Super of Am Tr B , ... Supervised Shrs Trustee Stand Inv C ,. Trustee Stand Inv P .. Trustee St Oil Shrs A . Trustee St Oil ShrsB . Trusteed Am Bk B ... Trusteed Industry Shrs IT H Elec Lt A Pow A U 8 Elec Lt A Pow B V El Lt A P Voting Wellington Fund 11.27 3.16 21 623 2 97 .38 4 75 4.30 6 125 3.55 1.375 14 53 .14 23.59 12.50 3 75 22.00 I. 00 23.77 " 9 91 3.24 6.75 2 33 2 24 2.63 2.24 2 65 27 25 118 00 32.75 413 00 4 57 1 56 2.94 2.61 3.80 6.60 114 17 23 27.75 17.74 17 60 8 64 2.46 3.29 9.12 6.86 4.15 16.38 4.88 4 43 29.34 4.78 6.04 4.49 7.10 6 98 6.26 4.44 3.19 5 28 6.11 4.02 3.63 5 13 5.16 .13 15 32 2 11 I.O6 1.341 9.86 27.10 21.79 14.05 14.19 9.49 13 61 10.10 3.66 6 91 4.241 20 02 10 31 3 59 1.19 6 69 II. 76 4 87 5 99 8 25 6.33 6.86 9 58 6 68 6 48 8 65 6 73 49.50 2 32 2 72 2 67 2 29 .37 13.73 8.25 9.60 .21 1.O0 8 77 4.05 .62 14.51 .65 74 75 3,43 3 41 3 61 9.60 2.43 2 37 5.10 4 65 .56 .83 13 875 2 27 .99 13.30 Asked 11.99 Philadelphia JP) The Curtis Publishing Company and aubsid-iaries reported yesterday a gross operating income of $23,569,893.83 for six months ended June 30, excluding dividends paid on stock of the company acquired and held by the company or any subsidiary, and after reserve for depreciation and taxes. The amount is an increase of $1,421,789.27 over the saie period in 1938. Net income excluding dividends on Curtis stock owned by the company or subsidiaries was $1,991,- 3 51 1569.34, compared to $1,258,705.89 for 23.125 3.28 .43 6.23 6 25 7.125 2.25 15.62 .29 25.23 1375 4.10 25.00 2.00 25 56 10 73 3 62 6.76 29.25 34.75 6 23 I. 25 18.51 28.25 19 11 19 0(1 7.36 2.72 3.65 V.56 4 45 17 81 5 59 31.55 5.20 5 49 4 90 7.72 6.49 6.81 4 84 3.48 6.75 6 65 4 32 3.83 6.59 6.62 .33 16.47 1.17 1.43 10.52 29.64 23.85 15.45 15.59 10.51 14.99 11.18 4 12 7.63 4 70 21.53 II. 27 1 32 6.95 12 88 6 29 9.72 8 92 6 86 7.43 10.35 7.24 7 02 6.34 7.29 .42 14 68 9.15 10.10 .24 2 Of) 9.56 " .68 15.38 .69 78.00 10.43 the same period last year. The Mission Corporation, large holder of Tide Water Associated Oil Company shares, reported for the first half of 1939 net profit of $466,913, equal to 34 cents a common share, compared with $427,386, or 31 cents a share, in the first half of 1938. The Associates Investment Company," South Bend, Ind., dealer In automobile financing paper, showed for six months ended June 30 net profit of $1,116,134, equal to $2 31 a common share, compared with net profit of $1,350,466. or $2 87 a share, in the first half of last year. National Supply Company and subsidiaries, manufacturers and supplier of oil field equipment, pumps and engines, repotted yesterday consolidated net loss for the six months ended June 30 of $547,370 compared with net profit in the like 1938 period of $1,508,226, or 35 cents a common share. New York Central System reported net deficit from June operations $291,875, a decrease of $2,141,418 from the June, 193S, deficit of $2. 433,323. The railroad's net operating income in June was $2,456,388, an increase of $1,534,144 over the $922,244 of June, 1938. The Allegheny-Ludlum S t e e 1 Company reported a profit of $147,-740 for the second quarter ending June 30 as compared to a los of $561,932 for the corresponding period of 1938. American Telephone & Telegraph Company reported preliminary net income for the six months endd June 30 of $.80,095,280. equivalent to $4.20 a share on the common stock. In the same period last year the company earned $75,-746,314 or $4.05 per common share. Drmnrra! Lhnidt Rochester. N. T. LASSU'I Kla AD KRTISIXO INFORMATION CLASSIFIED RATES Non-Commercial Cath Rate One Three Svea Day Days Day 10 words or less 40c $105 $2 W 11 -to 15 words . 60c $1.55 $3.i0 For each word over 15 add .... 4c iOc 30c Non-( (mime rclal Chare Rates One Three) Seven Day Days Day 10 words or leas 4."c $1.20 12 74 11 to 15 worrin .. 70c 11.80 $4 00 For each word over 15 add 5c .2c 25o Above rates apply only to Rochester and surrounding towns. Kates outside thia territory are 4Jc per word daily. 80 Sundays. Errors in advertisements should be reported immediately "to the adjustment clerk. THE DEMOCRAT A.N'D CHRONICLE will not be re ponssb'. for more than one incorrect Insertion or one omission. THE DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE maintains a staff of trained, ad-writers, under expert supervision for the preparation of classified ad- vertiHcment copy. Ther is, no extra charge lot the service. Telephone Want Advertisements To Main 7400 .62 .93 14 63 Livestock Chlcsgo API Swine prices closed generally steady to 10 renis lower yesterday. The top was $8.30. Quotations were generally steady on cattle. The market was principally a clean-up affair. Lambs finished active with prices strong to 15 cents higher. The day's top was $9 15 Yearlings were scarce. Sheep held around steady. HOGS 4.04M): total 6.500: In general steady to 10c lower; top $8 30; hulk good and choice 180-240 lha. $3 90-6.25; 240-270 $6 50-6.10; 270-300 lbs. largely $4 90-5 60; 300-330 lbs. $4 60-5.4)0; moat good sows 330 lbs. down $4.25-4 60; few very liEht butcher kinds to $4 75; 360-500 lbs. $3 70-$4 20; shippers 1,000; estimated holdover 600. CATTLH! 600; eatable calve 300, moderately active; cleanup trade on limited supplies; generally steady; demand for cutter cowa fairly broad; few lota and loads steers and yearlings around selling downward from $9 60: load good to choice 725 lb. heifers $9 25, mixed yearlings $9 30; weighty sausage bulls topping st $6.75: practical limit on vealera $10.50 but some at $10.75. SHEEP 2.000: total 7,000; spring lambs sctive 10-15 higher; native spring lambs $9.00 to packers: top $9.15 to small killers; two doubles merely good Idahos $8 50; one double Wyomlnge $8 65; yearlings scarce; sheep about steady: few slaughter ewes $2 50-3.50, Announcements Imt, Found, Strayed Q tliXNC-.E inm.SR Lost" contim-lnR diamond ring and tmeuiyit ring, auniiay. Reward. Stone 214,3. 31 pHANGE PURSE Biue, containing V- $30. lout near McCurdy's post-office window; reward. Stone 224. 4U4 ILiLi' HAT Lost, man's tan, nar row brown band, vicinity Blossom Rd. -Septra, RoeDuck. Reward. GeneBee 1755 311 Ct LASSES Lost, Oxford style. Bail J park vicinity. Glenwood 3338-W. I VAIN HAT Boy 's yellow, "lost V Wednesday afternoon. Reward. Glenwood 4101-W. . J14 IOST, waliet, containing personal -J nancra Edwards' entrance Wed- jnesday. Reward. Errol McBrid. I Charlotte 14s5. 2930 Dewey. 313 IO UXD, black change, purse. Inquire Democrat and Chronicle office.- 313 OST on Lake Ontario. green 1 round Bottom row boat with oais; liberal reward. Charlotte 1324. 314 rOST7'ir-rirelJterriVr, f e rna license 17939ft. name "Lucky"; recently clipped; liberal reward. Monroe 110. IOST, bunch of keys. Downtown J vicinity. Monroe 5711-W. 315 IOST, glasses, white Kold." Ontario Beach. Reward. 10 North Wafer. 214 I OST Wire haired terrier. Male. License 188506. Glenwood 41CH-H. Reward. IS Personal 4 N'TIQUE JEWELRY Trinkets. 1 rings, gold teeth, wttrhei, silver bought. Levinson Bros.. 48 North St. T VREAL treat for tired, aching feet. Mver'a Wonder Arch ihoaa for women. New low prices, $.1 85 and $4 (16. 19 Front St. 71.1 VSTKOLOOY Ethyl HodTrTburg advice, all problems, $1. Daily, eve. by appt. 82 St. PauL Stone 676. BIFFAI.O Buffalo (AP) ( U. s Department of Agriculture) HOOS 650; weights above 170 lbs. fairly active; 10 to 16c und-r Wednesday; good and choice 160-230 lbs. sveraglog 18O-210 lbs. $ 63-6.75: new low since Dec. 1934: 23O-280 lbs. $8. 35-6. 60; 110-140 lbs. $5.75-6.25; trucked-ins 130-220 lbs. $6 25-8 50. CATTLE - 250; grass steers and heifers steady lo strong; few short feds $8 60; common descriptions $6 76-7.73; cows and bulls unchanged; cutter and common ews $4.80-$5.35: canners $3 50-4.36; weighty sausage bull $6.25-6.50: lightweight downward to $5.25 and below. CALVES -250; vealere active at recent advance; good and choice largely $11.00 common .and medium $7 50-9 54). SHEEP 800; spring lambs drsggv, wesk to 25c loer; good to choice $8 75-9 25; medium and mixed grades $7.25-8.50; lightweight throwouts around $6.00 and less. KIHHK.K Crude rubber tut tires closed 1 lower to 5 higher Hales No. 1 standard, 184 contracts. High Iiw Sept 16.32 16 60 Icc 16.83 16.58 Mar 16.68 16.64 Smoked ribbed spot 16.68n. n Nominal. I .Hut 18 52 16.59 60 16 64 SILK Raw silk futures No. 1 closed 2-4 VJ higher. Sales 860 bales. High Iiw ' J-t Aug a. 59 2 68 2.67Sb Sept 2.4914 2 481, 2 49' Lec 2. 31 2.30 2.30 No. 2 futures nc sales. Open market (60-day basis): Japanese crack double extra 81 per cent seriplane 13-15 2 66 'n. b - Bid. Panama 5 B.'IA s at Peru 2nd 8 196 It . Queensld 7 41 ... Khlne-R W 6 53t K10 de Jan 6'k 33t Hio Ur do 8 6 6st Home 8 62 .... Sao Paulo St 7 40 Sax St Mfg I 7 45t Serbs Cts SI 8 fi2t Serbs Cts SI 7 2t Shlnyetsn E 6',52 Silesia P 4',T,58Msd Taiwan K P 5' 71 Tokyo City 5V, 61 Tokyo City 5 52 . Tokyo El Lt 6 53 Uruguay 6 (lot Waraaw fit 4 1 . 5Hn Yokohama 6 61 t!N'll SAI.K Friday, 13.S4U.6iiO; Thuisday, $4 7n 7o0; week ago. $5,190 00O; year ago. $3,463 801); two years sgu, $7,738.6(8), Jan. 1 to Uste, $1.000. 747. 5'-'3, year ago. $1. 101 38.1.706, two years ago, $ I ,926,498.5uil. xln Ex-intereat. ct Certificates. t - Selling riat on account of default, t- Selling flat for reaKons other than default I Matured bond. Negotiability impaired pending Investigation. 11 73 71 1 71 3 S, 8 8 3 102 1021 10i! 1 21 21 21 4 7S 7H 7S. 4 9W 9', 9 '4 2 54 S 54 1 54 5 20 in 20 H, 20 ' 1 24', 24 1 24' 8 21 U SI' 21 ' 37 20S 20 ' 20', 3 50 50 50 1 24 24 24 12 47 S 47)4 47 '4 4 47 '4 47 ' 47' 2 n:i an. 3.1 7 60 60 14 60 2 42 42 42 1 23 ', 2.1', 2.1 ' 3 60 Mj 50 va SuVa KOCH K.STKlt C AI'ITAI, (OHI'OIIATION To the holders of outstanding warrants of Rochester Capital Corporation : Pursuant to the provisions of Article III, Section It) e) of the Trust Agreement dated July 22, 19-"9, between Rochester Capital Corporation and Lincoln-Alliance Bank and Trust Company (formerly Lincoln-Alliance Biink), hs Truiteo, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a special meeting of stockholders of Rochester Capital Corporation has been called a ml will ba held at the grinclpnl office) of the corporation, 20 Reynolds Arcade Building, in the City of Rochester, New York, on the 31st day of August, 1939, at two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of considering ami voting upon a proposeil Plan of Reorganization of Rochester Capital Corporation, in accordance with a proposal dated June 14, 1939. from Chemical Fund, Inc. to Rochester Capital Corporation accepted, subject to the approval of Moekholders, by the Board of Directoru of Rochester Capital Corporation on June 26, 1939. Holders of warrants may obtain a copy of the proposed Plan of Reorganization by applying at the Trust De partment ot .Lincoln-Alliance BanK and Trust Company, 183 Main Street East, Rochester, New York. In the event-tout such Plan of ReorKH nidation is approved by stockholders, the entire net assets of Rochester Capital Corporation (after payment of all liabilities and expenses') will be exchanged solely for voting stock of Chemical Fund. Inc., such exchange time over a period not to exceed one (1) year from the date of such stockholders' approval. Upon completion of uch exchange, the stock of Cliemicnl Fond. Ino. received I hereon will be disl 1 ilut eil to 8tockholief s ol Hoi lierttrr Capital 1 VI Hl-IC NOTICK OF CHANGR IV STKAM KATE K1KECT1VK Al (il ST 13. 1939 PSC -No. 2, STEAM, NEW SC .No. 5 Notice is hereby given by the Rochester Gas A Electric Corp, pursuant to subdivision 10 of section 80 of the Public Service Law. that on July 13, 1,'!9, it Issued and filed with the Public Service Commission ot the State of New York, the following new demand form of steam rate, Service Claseif Ication No. 5. of PSC No. 2. This new Service Classification is applicable only in the districts described below, now served by SC No. 2. No increases are effected. An annual reduction of approximately JS.400 (8.2) results to 15 customers. SKRV1CK CLASSIFICATION' No. 6 Applicable to Use of Service for: All purposes In district served by Lawn Street Plant (SiaUon No. 8) and Stecher Plant (Station No. 11) and in territory south of the main line of the New York Central Railroad and East of the Genesee River. Character of Service; Industrial steam at approximately 100 lbs. gauge pressure supplied throughout The year. Low pressure heating steam at approximately 5 lbs. gauge pressure supplied during the heating season. Rate: (Per Month) Two Part, Winter and Summer Charges Winter 1'eriod : The first regular monthly billing; on or after the l.'ith of December, and the two (2) succeeding monthly hill. Summer Period: The next consecutive nine (9) regular monthly hillings following the Winter Period. Demand Charge: Winter Period No Charge Summer Period b; ot the total amount billed in the Winter Period Commodity Charge: Winter Summer Period Period Gross Net Gross Net $1,377 $1.35 $ S670 $85 1 J73 1.15 .7854 .77 First 100,04)0 lbs., per "31" lbs Next 104). 000 lbs.. Der "M" lbs Next hlHI.OOO lbs., per 'M Iba 1.0'JO 1(H) .7140 .70 Next 1,(88).(M)0 lbs., per " M " lha 0(9 .95 .4i30 .5 Next 1,4881.004) lbs., per 'M" lbs 918 .90 .5814 .57 Next 1,000,000 lbs., pr "M" lbs K7 .85 .5508 .54 Next 1.000,000 lbs., per "M" lbs 818 .80 .5202 .51 Over 5.000,000 lbs., per "M" Iba 663 .5 . 5202 .51 Coal Clsuse: . The above rates will be Increased or decreased $.01 net per "M" His. for each whole 12c Increase above or decrease below. $5.00 per net ton in the average cost of coal f.o.b. cars, Rochester, N. Y. Low Pressure Discount: The bill for all high and low pressure steam will be figured at the above rates and a discount of $.102 groRS, $.10 net per "M" lbs. will he made for all low pressure steam used during the heating season. Non-Return Charge: In cases where the Customer's piping is so arranged as to make it Impossible to meter all the steam as condensation, an additional coarse of $10.20 gross. $10.00 net per service shall be made during all months dunnsr which steam fa ujprl to take place in parcels from time to I Minimum Charge: lhe Demand Charge where applicable, but in no case less than $10.20 gross, $10.00 net. In case low pressure service is supplied for less than a full billing month before or after the heating jteason, the minimum charge will be pro-rated on the bals of iiumtn-r or days stesm Is taken. In case of high pressure service, the 11 10 in lil- ti 1 i 11 1 111 11 111 charge will not be ro-rntcil unless written notice has been given to Ihu Company coveting the use of service tor a partial month. Temu of Payment: Ail bins will ba rendered gross and discounted to net if paid within the discount period. Term : Yearly contract, until terminated by thirty (30) days' written notice. ipua hna Cm pot tit inn as a distribution in liquidation upon dissolution. In order to participate In such distribution, wait ant hulaeia must exercise their itHpeilive warrants pi lor to 'he tune that such distribution shall take place, which, in any event, shall not be sooner than twenty (20) davs from the date such plan receives trie approval of stockholders, ROCilESTHK CAPITAL con Pott AT ION' Rv Order of the Board of Directors. Aiicur 10, 19.19. 10-ll-12-4t THE FORM AND FULL DETAILS OF ALL CHANGES MAY BE SEEN AND EXAMINED IN A COPY OK THE SCHEDULE AT ANY OFFICE OF THE COMPANY AT WHICH APPLICATIONS FOR SERVICE MAY RE MADE OR AT THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ROCHESTER GAS ELECTRIC CORPORATION Rochester. New York, August 1939. BED PILLOWS Renovated, Rochester Pillow, 111 N. Water, Main 1570. 713 I BRACELET Lost, Thursday, ra'ooi stones, white gold; reward. Monroe 8202-W 719 1HASER DUST MOP Delivered for full bag of rags. Stone 48SVL 7!- DEBTS Notice is hereby given, that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for by snyna other than myself. Dsted this Th day of August. 19.19 Sitrned. Gordon Pengelly. Address, Churchville, N. Y. 313 TATIKSES Final summer claar. stance! $2.98 dresses $143; 87 9 dresses $3.9H; $4 95 dresses $2 43. Paige's Dress Shop. 334 Monroe Ave. nrsr Alexander. Open evenings. TIJ IYESEXAMINED7aseT mtei. 1-4 S. II. Stone. 24)0 E. Main. Main 6631. r 1j UNERALS At reasonable prices-Service and quality unexcelled. C. I Kennedy,ir)01 E. Main St. T HAY FEVER SUFFERERS We sTUarantee relief for $2.50 er money refunded. Maids Prescription No. 3, 611 Dewey. Glenwood 4016. 2-S.Sept I EADI NG ! Ma f Fha Of eena meye r. now located 1196 East Main, Culver 1671. 71? IVOCHESTER MADE SHOES -Factory returned, $1 up Lvel!-Plymout'n, Main 4262. 34lSept. VNY girl in trouble and in need of a friend, call Mam 4543 or see Mrs. Major C. Brunner, Salvation ""J 64 Nort hS t T 1AW vegetable juices sold at our "Juice Bar" and in con's'.ners to take out. "The Juicery," 15 Circ'si Street. 71V 1, EET 1 1 U R T 7" Vila 1 i t. shoesTThey fit bee, arch properly to Rive) toot correct nsisnce uenese Boo'-erv. 178 Oenesee St. T Use Miller's reducing Harmless Ingredi ents, rusranteed. W deliver. Mllier Drug IHtQ Clinton N. Main 8709. T I T. I. relieves athletes fect. - ring worm. bumtnR. aching nr sweaty feet, poison fvy and any Itch. Scherer Drug Co., 654 Jefferson Ave.. Rochester, Genesee 1094, Postpaid 60c. T ORDON pays most for men' " slightly used clothing. 90 Nort'i. Main 6H84i. ' 71 d 4USTOM "slip "covers suites$7; ad-ditional chairs $3 50. Soi 29S2-X. 3!i I-LECTRIC "RAZOR SERVICE. W buv. sell, repair. 7 Main Ef. " J1 11 RST CLASS barber efvic in private booths, we also treat dandruff and falling hair very effectively. Benedict, 42 East Ave. Stone 5552. 714 A CUP of tea. and the cards c-r a- lhe tea leaves read free. 10 a. m.-lO p. m. For appointment, ea't Stone 3742-L, J17 IEV. LILLIAN STAL'BER-Mnv-H V to 44 Gardiner Pk., Stone 327')-.1- Tl I EDUCE. orescrlDtlon ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed proposals will be received bv the Controller until 11 a. "i., D.S.T., Thursday. August 17. 39"!. at the office of the Purchasing Agent. Room 10"i. Court House. Rochester, N. Y.. for: Schedule E Printing Wards Map for the city of Rochester: Schedule K--Prinllng Voting Machine Ballot Cards, etc.; Six (8) I-beams for Collamer Roai; ail in accordance with specification aid bid sheets which may be procured at oftii-e of the Purchas.ng Agent . Each bidder on Schedules E and F must lile with his bid a certified check in the amount specified, made psvable to the Director of Finance. The Pnrihssinsf Airenf reserves the riKht to rcicrt snv "r all hid. C. A. BENNETT. -11-12-13-St rurCh"n A"-

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