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130 - 131 THE NEWS LEADER, RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919. RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. Wholesale Quotations on 'Change January 2, 1919. Wheat. No. 2 red (winter). No. 2 red (soft winter). No. 3 red, Virginia. bag lots Virginia, bag lots (for seed) - Price regulated by the government. Corn. CAR LOTS - No. 2 white . . . . . . . . @ 1 66 No. 3 white . . . . . . . . @ 1 61 No. 2 mixed . . . . . . . . @ 1 56 No. 3 mixed . . . . . . . . @ 1 51 Virginia, bag lots . . . 1 50 @ 1 65 Corn on cob . . . . . . . . 1 40 @ 1 55 Oats. CAR LOTS - No. 2 mixed . . . . . . . . @ 76 No. 3 mixed . . . . . . . . @75 No. 2 white . . . . . . . . @78 No. 3 white . . . . . . . . @ 77 Rye. No. 2 rye . . . . . . . . . . . . Nominal No. 3 rye . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nominal Virginia, bag lots . . . . Nominal Hay. CAR LOTS - No. 1 timothy . . . . . . @ 32 00 No. 2 timothy . . . . . . @ 30 00 No. 3 timothy . . . . . . . @ 28 00 No. 1 - light clover, mixed . . . @ 30 00 No. 1 clover mixed . . @29 00 No. 2 clover, mixed . @ 26 00 No. 1 clover . . . . . . . . . . @ 28 00 No. 2 clover . . . . . . . . . @ 23 00 Straw - Compressed . @ 14 00 Straw - Loose pressed, large bales .. . . @ 14 00 Shucks - Compressed @ 17 00 Shucks - Loose pressed large bales. . . @ 17 00 Mill Feed. Shipstuff - Winter . . @ 55 00 Bran - Winter . . . . . . @ 53 00 Shipstuff - Spring . . . . 55 00 Bran - Spring . . . . . . @ 53 00 SOUTHSIDE C. L. Griffin, of 215 East Nineteenth street, South RICHMOND, has received a letter from his brother, Corporal Robert F. Griffin, stating that he went to the front and "over the top" four times and escaped without a scratch. Corporal Griffin writes further that he has had some fine times over in France, the exception being when machine gun bullets were whistling overhead and shells were bursting all around. Corporal Griffin thinks that he will be home soon. He trained at Camp Lee, and is in Company G, 318th infantry. Eightieth division. Rev. Mr. Gordon Leaves. The Rev. W. Oliver Gordon, retiring pastor of Asbury Methodist church, who has been ill with influenza and who is greatly improved, left this afternoon for Petersburg. He is to be pastor of Memorial Methodist church of that city. He was accompanied by his family. His successor, the Rev. E. V. Carson, is expected to arrive in South RICHMOND tomorrow and will preach in Asbury church Sunday. Brief Items of Interest. Miss Marion Dodd, of Lynchburg is visiting Miss Lillie Williams, of 124 East Eighteenth street. Funeral services for Charles Minor Osterbind the little son of Mr. and [end of clipping]