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In a Centrally Located STORAGE
Where it is Easy to Show and Inspect

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The Largest Fruit Storage in Central and Western New York

38 Cliff Street. ROCHESTER. N. Y.

Correspondence Solicited Secure Your Storage Early

Rochester is Headquarters for the World's Fruit Men

The Apple Recipe Booklet Opportunity is Knocking at the Door-Rise and Bid Her Enter

This means dollars to every wide awake apple man. Read Mr. Border's article and write him at once. His address is: U Grant Border, 218 Light Street, Baltimore, Md.

Apple Exports---Season 1912-13

Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1913. We give you below the exports from the United States and Canada, stated in terms of barrels, up to and including the week ending February 1st, 1913, with a comparative statement for the same period last year. A part of the exports appearing as from the United States is really from Canada, passing through the port of Portland, Maine.

1912-1913

1911-1912

Exports from Exports from Boston

467,151

387,111 New York

752,285

444,608 Portland

192,493

173.660 Montreal

314.217

270,995 Halifax

565,540

1,016,337 St. John

21,189

17,511 Annapolis

17,574

2.342.875

2.327.796

Increase over last year—15,079.

The approximate amounts received by the various foreign ports fo: the same period are given below:

1912-1913

1911-1912 Exports to

Exports to Liverpool

889,947

792,978 London

521,153

594.548 Glasgow

470,066

503,449 Manchester

72,317

104,367 Hamburg

234,575 Various

154,217

332.454

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388.471

Decrease from last year ..

The exports from both countries, stated in barrels, for the week running from January 25th to February 1st, amounted to 103,292, as against 62,905 a vear ago.

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