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Subscriptions: One year, 13; one mouth, 25 ets ; single copy, 1 cent. Member! of the Pobllbhera' PTes. The lit em l-ii-.v(.Iuc news from all lru of ttae world re received by the Dally liruet op to the nour of gotug to pros. Fnuik E. iAnglfir, I'ablUlier. Published Every WeklT Afternoon. Kotered it the poatoffice at liarre a aecosd cUfls matter. FRIDAY. MAT 30, 13. KIDNEY-DEATHS LEAD. Alcoholic Kidney Remedies to Blame. Much Greatcsi Strcs on Unne lest By Insurance. 1I The average daily circulation Bane Daily Times lor the wlt Saturday was of the ending 2,609 oopies, the largest paid circulation of any daily paper in this section. A good measure of thanks for the spoon ful of rain that has already fallen. The ancient city, Vergennes, had Its first drunk in court this week, that is, the first since the licensed saloons wereopened to the thirsty. What a model and puri tanical city is this that Vermont has with in its borders! John W. Titconib, formerly connected with Vermont's fish and game interests, will proceed to teach the .Argentinians how to develop their fish and game. From his long experience, the Argentine Repub lic can learn much. When a church resorts to a boycott what can be paid of strikers who do the same thing? The Methodist church of Oswego, X. Y., sent out a circular to its members recently, which virtually said, buy your merchandise of members of our church. Is it a fine scheme to increase church mem bership? - Many of the smaller towns of the state are showing a shrinkage in their grand lists this year, which they are endeavor ing to explain away by Baying that acts of the recent legislature gave exemptions which caused the shrinkage. Undoubted ly this accounts for a part of the cuttin down, but not for all of It. And it is not a verv nleasant si"n to note that those towns are at fuch a standstill that they cannot overcome the loss caused by the comparatively small exemptions. PREVALENCE OF CATARRH Growing; Use of Hyomei Will Soon Show a Decrease of This Disease. ABOUT THE STATE. lEESB of InHre.t ileituel From Our The overwhelming demand fr Kidney- Wort Tablets over that for all other kidney remedies at all thelaree drug stores snows that kidney sufferers have waked up to the great danger or taKing ikjuiu reiueuira that contain alcohol. Ask anv one who has attempted an in surance examination, and he will tell you that the greatest possible stress is laid on the urine examination. If one's "kidneys are against turn, as the examiner says, three out oi live per sons refused, he is a bad risk. And it is not surpnsiug when ttie motun- ly death reports of New hngland cities give kidney troubles as aceouuiuuie un more fatalities than any other disease, not exceittinn consumption. liefore trying for insurance, lesijouri nrine yourself. At anv time, if at an suspicious oi juui kidneys, satisfy yourself of their comu- tion. .Nothing is easier, rui some mum ing urine in a bottle, let it stand twenty four hours; if a reddish sediment settles at the bottom, or the urine is cloudy or milky, your kidneys are diseased. You should lose no time in making them well. Nothing can be more suicidal at suen a time than to take any liquid remedy that has alcohol added to enable it to keep. Kidney-Wort Tablets is the one remedy that may be taken with perfect assurance that it contains no trace of alcohol or min eral drugs. , The Tablets will positively cure mat fremieut desire to urinate, pains in the back, sides, legs and over the kidneys, swelling of the feet and ankles, retention of nrine. scalding pain in the bladder, wetting the bed, ana sucn rneuniacio af fections as sciatica, lumnago. aue to uric acid poisons left in the blood by the sick kidneys. Tomorrow the nation pays a tribute of gratitude to those who fought for the stars and stripes on battlefields of many wars. While we are apt to be unmindful of the signiiicance of the day, its meaning will never be lost sight of so long as his tory remains. Of late years there has been a commendable effort made to keep alive the fires of patriotism and to fasten upon the minds of the younger generation the underlying significance of Memorial day. We refer to the pre-Meniorial exer cises that are held each year in the public schools. Such efforts are entirely praise- worthy for they tend very materially toward good citizenship. Item, of InHr.t .leitue! The contract for building the sewerage system in Fair liaven has been awarded to Ooldt-n A Hall of Troy, '. Y., whose bid was $ i;:,::s',t.lsi. Work will be begun June 1 and must be completed before .De cember 1. The Rutland Retail Clerks' Union held a meeting recently to discuss the matter of the closing of the stores .Saturday, Memo rial Pay. The following resolution was adopted, '-Resolved, That whenever a hol iday comes on Saturday the merchants will be released from the obligations which they took when they sigt.jd the holiday schedule " Anna G. Sawyer, who has been granted by Judge Dickey of New York, on com plaint of an action of annulment of mar riage from Herbert It. Sawyer of Bradford on statutory grounds and bigamy. Mrs. Sawyer says she was married to Sawyer at Lebanon, X. Jf., in November, l'.00, not knowing that he was already married un til M ay 15 last. J ZZZZ . . '.. William T. Dewey, chairman of the Montpelier license commissioners, is au thority for the statement that it was brought out at the hearing Monday night that the night patrolmen reported one tenth less drunkenness in the city under the license law than under prohibition. Every man intoxicated is now arrested while under the old law he was sent otf the streets. When a Burlington reporter hunted up Mayor llurke of that eity yestereday he found him shoeing a horse and the new mayor gave his news on municipal govern ment between the emphatic strokes of a hammer which deftly fashioned on the shoe Mr. Burke said he favored munici pal ownership of electric lights on general principles, but that- the present project ought to be considered with much serious thought before linal action. There was a small sized strike lu the works of the Vermont shade-roller com pany at Vergennes Monday, eight bovs who have been tending laths, striking for $o instead of 1 a week, as they have been receiving heretofore. Their demands, were not granted so they immediately quit work. One Of them was given the option by his father of resuming labor or going to school, so he promptly returned to work. The others, at last accounts, were still out. The Stamford Chemical Co. lost about 500 cords of wood yesterday by a fire which was started while some of the chop pers were engaged in blasting rocks. The men were at work near the old charcoal kilns when the fire started. All help from the works was summoned and after a long hard fight succeeded in preventing the fire from spreading into the standing timber. Five of the men were left on the scene all night to prevent any outbreak of the llames. The total loss to the company will be over $1,000. It Will Pay You to Visit the Easy Store And see the new .Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Belts, Shirt Waists, Ribbons, Corsets, Underwear, Summer Dress Goods, Trimmings and Ready-to-Wear Suits, Skirts and Garments. . I I Ed m P i T rt xrr. IT - r1 TJ A CSYRI TUfvrt4-f. Vt. Oi Statistics show that at least 07 out of every 100 persons in this state are suffer ing from catarrh in some form. While the disease is one of the most common with which the medical profession has to contend, it also is one of the most danger ous. This is owing to its tendency to af feet the bronchial tubes, canning consump tion and other diseases of the respiratory orttans. i'rior to the discovery of Hyomei, every method of treatment for the cure of catarrh had been found worthless. This can be clearly proven by the weeuly statements published in every large city by the Board of Health, showing a great increase in the death rate from diseases of the respiratory organs, and the startling growth in the number of persons Blliicted with such trou bles. The discovery of Hyomei and its in creased use has already reduced the per centage of persons suffering from catarrh. This wonderful remedy is the simplest and most pleasant of all treatments. Just put a little Hyomei in the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit, breathe through the Inhaler for ten minutes four times a day. Relief will be seen from tho first treatment; cure will soon follow. It is the true treatment for diseases of the jepaira tory organs. Scientific and medical men recommend it. Leading druggists have so much faith in it that they cuarantee a cure or they will refund the money. In tins city the Red Cross I'hannacy is selling it upon that plan, so that any of our readers can use Hyomei without its costing them a cent unless it cures. Cun there be a fairer way? JINGLES AND JESTS. The Mnlilcu anil the Smnilarc. There was n fair maMen named Rudgre Whose lily white check bore a smudge; She fiave it a srne ir. And it spread to her tar. And the sorely vexed maiden cried, "Fudge!" Cleveland Flaln Dealer. E per fenced. First Trout These fishermen don't seem to be able to catch you with their bait. Second Trout No, Indeed! I'm old enough to read between the-- lines. Fuck. t Jio Wny of Knonine. "Do you know that your husband Is a terrible flirt?" "How do you expect I could find it out? You don't suppose he flirts v.-lth me, do you?" Chicago Record-Herald. The Vaughan Same Old Gnme. A granger one day cashed a cheque On a city bank that was a wreque; This newfangled gold brique Made him so hopelessly skiue That he hanged himself by the neque. Chicago News. James E. Burke of Burlington has at tained what he has been seeking for so long the office of mayor of the city of Bur lington, It has been a hard pull and a long pull, but the victory is finally his.. For per sistency Mr. Burke has shown that he has few equals when it conies to otlice seeking. As the Supreme court of the state has de cided that the cilice is rightfully the honor of Mr, Burke, the acting mayor, Dr. llaw ley, w ill retire, undoubtedly with the good grace he is capable of showing. It is cer tain that in leaving the office of the execu- ( tive of Burlington, Dr. Haw ley carries with him the esteem of a great majority of the people of that eity after an upright, progressive administration. .. . LIGHT IN COLOR, LIGHT IN WEIGHT, LIGHT IN PRICE, HEAVY IN QUALITY! Bring in your lacehere are the top prices I Come In and look at our Straw Hats. All this year's styles, 50c to $5.00. Rogers & Grady Co, I TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS, Quinkn Building, Barre, Vermont. According to the Supreme Court there is a place to" which persons convicted of a second offence of intoxication may be sent, in case of failure to pay their fines, and that place is the house of correction, the superintendent of that institution to the contrary, however. Such is the decision which the Supreme Court rendered yes terday. The decision was just what most of the people of the state who had given the matter any consideration thought that it would be, and practically alt the stu dents of law in toe state considered that Supt. Morgan was making a bad break In refusing to admit Andrew Bogers ho was sentenced to the state institution from the Montpelier city court. Supt. Morgan was pinning his belief on a decidedly weak foundation, as the result shows. Hence forth the doors of the state institution at Rutland will be open to any persons con victed of a second offence of intoxication, who fail to pay the fines assessed. v And Still the Croakers Croak. And still the croakers croak. Hard wick will boom for a year or two but then will relapse into innocuous desuetude. Why bless your little shrinking, shriveled souls, don't exhibit yourself by such foolish talk, llardwick's prosperity is just as certain as anything in this uncertaiu world can be it isn't founded on a sand base but on solid rock. llardwick Gazette. , Familiar. The Wanderer I remarked as I come how like me old happy home dis place looked, but dis Is too natural. Chicago American. . You know how it interferes with your daily work, your pleas ures and recreations it is a sure indication that your system is not working right and that you need a little assistance take and you will be well, look well and feel well. You will eat well; sleep well and you will work well. You not only need the pur gative but the tonic effects of Beecham's Pills to put your entire system in good working order. Beecham's Pills come as a boon and blessing to overworked digestive systeirs as they correct the evils and lay a solid foundation of health and strength. Tried and Trusted Friends Beecham's Pills will prove every point claimed. . Sold Everywhere in Boxes, IQc and 2Sc Vehicles! Harness! You can buy children's umbrellas for 3!c, or ladies' and gents' umbrellas for 80o, reduced from if 1.25, at Perry it Camp's on Saturday, May i)0th. Many have taken the opportunity af forded to secure for themselves bargains in ladies' suits offered by Fitts. VEHICLES of all sorts from the light run about to the heavy farm wagon. We have fifty styles on the floor to select from and our prices are low. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' HARNESS that stand the test of service, that have style ane finish, for city or farm, and all at our popular low prices. Dcn't buy a harnces until you see ours. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL White lawn waists beautiful designs, the finest shown in years now on sale at popular prices at Fitts', The Blue store will close Saturday night for good and the building w ill be moved away to another place. Take advantage of that black petticoat which Fitts offers at i'Sc for Saturday of this week, (see window.) Do not fail to participate in the great bargains offered at the Blue Store, Cloth ers, for tomorrow. Carpets and rugs cleaned, repaired and laid by B. W. Hooker & Co. Leave or ders at store. . If tired of paying rent, read the ad. of tho I). A. Ferry Heal Estate Agency on page 7. 20c and 2oo ginghams at Abbott's on Saturday for 124c. Masses lilted by an eye sight specialist at J, V. Holton's. COLLINS & COLTON, 84 State Street, - - - - - Montpelier,' Vermont. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Shoes and Oxfords! A complete line of these goods for school and dress wear. Prices right. Have you seen the new "'DOROTHY D0DD" Shoes and Oxfords for women ? If you want to know just for once what a perfect fit is like, try a pair of these Shoes. Badger, McLean El Co., t3t North Main St., Barre, Vermont. Store! Special Extraordinary. Ladies' Neckwear 25c, For Friday and Saturday. Good taste does not imply extravagant outlay, and it is always our greatest ambition to offer tasteful, artistic selec tions at very moderate pces. Our special for FRIDAY and SATURDAY will be the CLIMAX SALE of the season. We put on sale for' our two days' special more than one thou sand pieces of Ladies' and Misses' Neckwear. Ladies' Automobile Ties; Ladies' Needlework Turnover Ties; Lawn Ties, deep embroidery ends, in all colors ; Ladies' Soft Stock Collars ; Colored Linen Stocks; Hemstitched Linen Stocks; Long Silk Wash Ties, silk cm broidery ; Silk Collars with tabs embroidered in silk, with patterns of cherries and strawberries, etc. Never before have the ladies of Barre and vicinity been offered such a great array cf matchless bargains in all that is crettv. daintv. graceful and exquisite in Neckwear many npw anrl pvrlusivp natterns never shown betore all to be Friday and Saturday at half their usual worth, 25c each. sold NOTE The wonderful success we have had with this line has tempted the manufacturers to'send tis forty-eight 75c Ties to be put in this sale at 25c. SEE DISPLAY LN WINDOW. J. W. VAUGHAN, H. Z. Mills' Old Stand, 44 North Main St., - - - - Barre, Vermont. Time, Trouble and Expense! Saved bv We have shaving at home. XK rue K c oapf, toia Cream, race Lotions, etc. all the best. OUR RAZORS are warranted. Prices from $1.00 to $3.00. SHULL'S PERFECTION STROP, the original Horse Tail Strop, is uasurpasM J. See" them and jet prices. I D. F. Davis, "The Druggist 262 North Main St., - - Barre, Vermont. FLOUR. We can furnish you with the at tne lowest prices in tne city. Pillsbury's Best Bread Flour, ... Ccresota Bread Flour, - - - . Silver Sheaf, the best all-round Flow in the city, - We expect a carload of the famous " Sleepy Eyt week and we will be prepared to take your order. leading brands of Flour $5.00 5.00 4.50 ' this LINLY A. AVERILL, Telephone 45-2. . 200 North Main Street. Famous Ice Cream! Srawbcrry with Fresh Fruit! Pineapple with Fresh Fruit 1 Vanilla and Chocolate! The Barre Candy Kitchen. Ask your grocer for Wise King Flour.