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THE H.UtliK DAILY TIMES. BARKE. VT- WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER II, 1012'
p5 Iiii,.Av: ' . . sf R'tt Krpart and iamf and bread and 6ugar are old-fashioned delicacies that chil dren love. It makes them fat and keeps them well and hearty WilliamTell Flour Bread made from William Tell Flour is extra fine and extra nutritious. Milled from selected Ohio Red Winter Wheat by our own special process it is richest la bread-making qualities. Goes farthest, too. More loaves to the barrel. Order today. (13) liiilllilllllllilliitnnmm HOWARD BROTHERS, Distributors, South Barre, Vt. GROTON. R. D. Sherry of 'Bradford was a vis itor here over Friday night. Miss Nellie Andrews of Littleton, N. II., visited Miss Jessie Smith over Sun day. Ira Ricker -of Billeriea, Mass., was a business visitor here from Saturday morning until Monday. On his return home he was accompanied by his moth er, Mrs. Helen Kicker, for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Emma Davis is a guest at E. F. Clark's for a few days. Mrs. Jennie Crown and sister, MUs Anna Eastman, are visiting their broth er, David Eastman, at Fort William, Out. A. E. Kendriek of Rutland spent last week with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCloud have vacated the tenement of James Frost a'id have gone to Abram Morrison's to hoard, owing to the illness of Mrs, IIcLoud. R. X. Darling of Bradford was in towij Monday. Mrs." A. E. Clark was called to Wells River the last of the week by the crit ical illness of her daughter, Mrs. C.rae rated). Isaac Ricker and sister, Mies Rena, went to Montpelier yesterday where they will attend the high school. Miss Mary Hall also left at the same time to -attend Montpelier seminary. r -v- TT1l 1..J 1,.. ter to Monteplier, returning the same day. HT ' 1 t CI. A X AUl. nilU itUS. I lU,mr u"U ... . . and Mrs E. F. Clark took an automo bile trip to Benton, X. II., on Sunday. The village schools will not open un til September 10. Owing to town meet ing being in session all last week, the repairs on the school rooms could not be finished in season for the schools to open tins week. Mrs. Lucy Bvizzi and children were over- Sunday visitors at Barre. C. J. Bailey was at Montpelier Mon day niglit. PLAINFIELD. The public reception of the repre, scntative-elect for J'lainfield will be giv. en in the town hall Thursday evening, Sept. 12, in charge of the Democratic town committee, deception ami music from 7:30 to 8:00, followed by pro gram, consisting of vocal and instru mental music, readings and speeches, aft er which refreshments will be served. Everybody is most cordially invited. Dorit scratch! use HI Cadum has effected remarkable cures in many skin affections. , A single application often stops the itching at once. It has brought nights of peaceful sleep and rest to those who have endured agonies. Trial box ioc. Large box 25c DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH A WATCH is a delicate piece of machinery. It calls for less attention than most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Walthant Watch will keep perfect time for a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your watch every 12 or 18 months. All work done promptly and guaranteed. Wm. O. MARTIN Watchmaker and Jswalar 74 North Mala Street, Barre, Vt. MOBETOWN. Mrs. John Barber of Waterbury was a guest at C. D, Ashley's several days last week. Schools in the village opened this week Monday with Miss Grace Hulkley as teacher in the grammar school, and Miss Ethel Child in the primary room. Mrs. S. E. Atkins returned Saturday from a two days' visit in Boston and vicinity. (i, (i. Sleeper was a guest of relatives in Montpelier Saturday and Monday, Mrs. Abbie C. Eastham, his sister, re turning with him for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Griflith returned Saturday from a week's drive, having visited in Montpelier, Waterbury, Wat erLury Center and Johnson. Karl Sawyer of Barre was in town Tuesday, L. Wilcox has been ill the past week with grippe. C. D. Ashley was in Montpelier Sat urday, as the was also C. E. Alger. Mrs. Philo Towle, Mrs. Caroline Park er and Mrs. Russell Sawyer, all over eighty years of age. were entertained Wednesday at Mrs. T. J. Ferris'. Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Lovejoy were also pres ent. Mrs. M. II. McAllister and son, Owen, are visiting in Waterbury. W. E. Johnson has purchased of H. (5. Freeman his farm in Moretown. Miss Walton of Pennsylvania is a guest of Mrs. Lewis Freeman. Miss Ethel Gamble of Barre was a guest the past week at the Sawyer homestead. G. E. Evans, our town representative, was in Montpelier Saturday. Miss Grace Bulkeley has returned from a week's stay in Boston and vicinity. Prof. R. I. Ifaseltine of Baltimore was in town Tuesday. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Reagan died suddenly Tuesday morn ing, after a few hours' illness. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Russell have re turned to their home in Montpelier aft er a week's stay in town. Mrs. II. O. Ward gave her animal lawn party to the members of her Sun day school class and Little Light Bear ers, together with their mothers, on Wednesday afternoon, and the usual pleasant time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. G. A. Baker and Mrs. B. C. Sbattnck of Huntington were giSests several days last week of Mrs. M. L. Mobbs. Miss Ethel Child was in Waterbury Sunday to visit her sister Abbie, who is seriously ill. Mrs. J. E. Flanagan is spending a week in Barre with her daughter, Mrs. James Goodwin. Miss Ethel Van Orman of Vergennes and William Armstrong of South Lan caster, Mass.. visited at L. A. Arm strong's over Sunday. Master Wilfred White, who has been spending the Bummer at P. F. Nerney's, returned to his home in Cambridge, Mass., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. ,T. Ileaton and daugh ters, Noma and Meda, of Los Angeles, Cal.. visited at R. A. Griflith's and M. R. Child's several days last week. Mrs. Miles Gaiitheir and children are spending several days at Albert Kings bury's in Fayston. Eldon Griflith went to Montpelier Monday, where he will enter Montpelier seminury. EAST CABOT. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Houghton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walbridge cook an au to ride to Barre. Randolph, Xorthficld and Montpelier, Saturday. Mrs. Margaret Carr has returned from her trip to St. Johnsbury. School began Tuesday of last week with Miss Nina Bates of Barre as teach er. Miss Inez Abott went Tuesday to Hardwick, where she is to attend school at the academy. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver MeCoseo of West Danville were guests at Robert Barr's and X. H. Gate s Monday. Charles ' Paige and family have re turned home to Montpelier, after a vis it here with relatives. Gilbert Hill went Saturday to Hard wick to visit his son, Henry, returning Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. Hill, who went several days before. Mr. and Mrs." Geoi',;e II. Read of Washington street, Barre, were guests of relatives in this place the first of the week. James W. Parmenter of Brookfield was the guest of Robert Barr and fam ily a few days recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jack White and Miss Leu of South Ryegate were vir-itors in town over Sunday. II. L. Houghton' and Mrs. W. R. How land were in St Johnsbury Monday. Mr. and Mrs! J. A. R. Glidden of Barre are visiting at C. T. Adams'. Eugene Page of Pittsfleld, Mass., vis ited relatives in this place recently. Mrs. Phoebe Hubbard of Peachnm vis ited at W, R. Rowland's Friday. WEST BERLIN. Miss Margaret Carroll of Montpelier was a guest of Miss Myra Libbey last week. Donald Merrill of Hardwick visited his grandmother, Mrs. M. M. Stiles, last week. Mrs. Ora Robinson and two children from Plainfield were guests of Mrs. El mer Culver last week. Mrs. W. A. (ieorge of Albuquerque, New Mexico, visited at Mrs. W. A. Coop er's a short time last week. Rev. L. O. Sherburne preached in this place last Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Hewitt visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hewitt, a short time last week. K. L. Perkins of Taftsville visited Mrs. M. J. Ayers Saturday and Sunday. Miss Verna Stebbins.who has been visit ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Glynn, returned to her home in Mont pelier the first of the week to attend school. Mrs. Charles Duffany visited friends in Northfield recently. Mr. ami Mrs. E. A. Glines visited at the home of their daughter and hus band, Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Hill, in Hart land last week. Mrs. M. J. Ayers visited friends in Xorthficld last week. Miss Mabel Hancock of St. Albans was a guest of her aunts, Mrs. L. A. Stiles and Mrs. A. W. Cooper, last Thurs day. Miss Helen Klines of Putnamsville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. A. Glines. last week and returned to Put namsville the first of the week. EAST BARRE. Opportunity knocks at your door every Sunday I Our advertisements in The Bol ton Sunday Papers contain offer ings that mean dollars to be saved. Be wise like your neighbor, read them, and Order by Mail Houghton & Dutton Go. "New England's Great Cash Store." BOSTON, MASS. LITTLE CRIMINAL BUSINESS. To Come Before September Term of Washington County Court. The opening of the September term of Washington county court yesterday re vealed that the term will not be very important, especially with relation to criminal cases. The cases were called at the morning session, and in the aft ernoon Judge Stanton charged the jury and excused them till next Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The court will meet Thursday morning. The following entries were made on the jury calendar: Clara Lowe vs. Ver mont Savings bank, Harriet Bailey and Ella Bailey vs. the same institution, (general assumpsit) passed; RufuB How. land vs. Roscoe Morrill nnd R, E. Howie, son vs. E. J. Cole (general assumpsit) continued; Hattie Catchpaw vs. James Kesson (debt on recognition) passed; Julius Pixie vs. Consolidated Lighting company (passed). L. F. Fo'tney vs. Rvan and Tucker (ease) with the court;" W. B. Turney n. Xormandeau, with the court; Waits field vs. Craftsbury, trial; E. Xorman deau vs. W. B. Turney, with court; Na tional bank. Ohio vs. Jellyman & Jones, with the court; H. II. Martin vs. Arch Batchelder (case) passed; Amsdell Brew ing company vs. C. Zanleoni, passed, settlement iii progress; William Rumble vs. John McDonald (assumpsit) with the court, plaintiff dead; F. W. Mears vs. P.arre & Montpelier Traction company; Florence Willey vs. James Sullivan, passed; Mary Parker vs. Charles Far ker (replevin) ; Charles Parker vs. Emma Lilley (case) trial; J. II. Kelley vs. M. B. Nichols ( trespass) passed; Montpelier First National bank vs. Maria Bertoli, trial; Manuel Cabral vs. George May (case) Harry Goodrich vs. Cars well, Wetmore company (general as sumpsit), trial. E. A. Morse vs. Otis Lawrence; W. L. Parsons vs. Paul Tierney (trespass); X. E. Bolt & Steel company vs. W. E. Jackson; Saran Cochran vs. Rufus Hay ward, trial; C. C. Abbott vs. Arthur Hutchins (trover) with court; Syracuse Dry Goods company vs. M. F. Stranahan & 'company, trial; bodge-Haley company vs. M. Wright estate (general assump sit) trial, Rydale Remedy company vs. C. II. Kendriek company, continued; Wetmore & Morse Granite company vs. Maria Pertoli, trial; Parker Pen company vs. E. T. Seguin, continued; F. E. Coburn vs. Thomas Wright; John Dillon vs. Fred Mears; Ned Hutchins vs. G. B. Sibson, trial; G. R. Robertson vs. Caa sius Annis, with court; F. W. Hunt & company vs. Capital Liquor company and against' C. Zanleoni, continued. G. D. May vs. G. W. Eddy, passed; Empire Granite & Quarry company vs. A. C. Blanchard et al, trial; Allen Bat tles vs. Central Vermont and city of Montpelier vs. Central Vermont, trial; Tiurkhartt Brewing company vs. C. Zan leoni, continued; Hugo Shuburt vs. P. Negroni; C. C. Perkins vs. G. W. Mann; Edna Wheeler vs. William Hardy, trial; Mclvin Hoadley vs. Cora Brown, con tinued, On the court calendar the case of A. A. Hall vs. the city of Barre was set fo. hearing and that of Elizabeth Bowers vs. James Bowers for contempt, dis continued, as was that of Climax Road Machine company vs. American Quarries company. The 'cases- of N. D. Phelps company vs. Brusa Brothers and of A. W. Allen vs. F. L. Xorthrop were set tled and discontinued. RANDOLPH. The. voters of fire district Xo. 1 are warned to meet in firemen's hall on Fri day, September 13, at 7:30 o'clock to see what action may be taken to im prove the water system. Dr. F. C. Angcll and Dr. A. C. Bailey went to Barre on Tuesday night to at tend the meeting of the Washington County Medical association. Mrs. Pike of Montpelier arrived on Tuesday and went at once to the home ot Mrs' Fred Davis, her niece, for a few days' stay. Miss Cora Holbrook went to Barre on Tuesday for a business trip of several days. A. C. Holmnn of Boston is in town, visiting his aunt, Mrs. Mary Mann, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Heber Holman and Guy Holman have returned from a three weeks' stay in St. Paul. F. B. Kervick and Mrs. Kervick, who have been with Mr, and Mrs. Matt. Car ney and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Callahan for a few days, returned to their home in South Bend, Ind., on Monday, whera Mr. Kervick holds a responsible position as teacher of architecture in n insti tution there. WEST.TOPSHAM. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their kindness to us in our recent bereavement and for the bcaui t'ful floral tributes at the funeral. Mrs. Minnie Chalmers and family. MONEY BACK CATARRH REMEDY Dosing the stomach won't kill catarrh germs. Neither will sprays, douches, snuffs or ointments. The quickest way to kill germs is to breathe deep into the lungs the vapor ized air of Booth's HVOMKI. As this antiseptic air passes over the sore spots infested with eatirrh germs, it not only destroys them, but heals the inflamed membrane and stops the discharge of mucus. Then hawking, spitting, snuffing. crusts in the nose and foul breath will disap pear, and vile, disgusting catarrh will be conquered. A complete HYOMEI outfit, which in cludes a hard rubber inhaler, only costs $1.1)0. Extra botles, if afterwards need ed, 50c; and Red Cross Pharmacy is authorized to refund 'vur money if dissatisfied. IN LOCAL MARKETS Dressed Pork Firm and a Little Higher in Price NATIVE POTATOES PLENTIFUL Butter and Fresh Eggs in Good Demand Butter Brings 29 to 30c for the Creamery and 27 to 28c for Dairy Eggs 27 to 28c. Barre, Vt., Sept. 11, 1012. Dressed pork firm. Butter and fresh eggs are in good demand. Wholesale o notations: " Dressed pork OVifif lOc. A'eal 10V,llc. Lamb 12c. Fowl 15(8-Hie. Chicken 18(ri 20c. Fresh eggs 27(o 2Se per doz. , Butter, creamery 20 (ft 30c. Butter, dairy 27r 2Sc. Native potatoes SOftlOc per bushel. RICKER'S MARKET REPORTS. Poultry, 910 Cents, Milch Cows, $40 $60. St. Johnsbury, Sept. 11. Receipts at W. A. Bicker's market last week in cluded: Poultry 6,000 lbs., DC" 10c. Lambs 400, 4(5 5c. Hogs olO, liVx&mo. Cattle 100, 2f Sc. Calves 408, 3C:7c. Milch cowb 30, f0(n $00. IN BOSTON MARKETS. Butter and Egg Prices Continue to Ad vance. Receipts of Both Small. Boston, Sept. 11. The advance in but ter and eggB goes on unchecked. Fears that the fall make of butter will be right seem to dominate the distributors, especially those who are not carrying much stock in cold storage, and their anxiety to Becuro supplies coupled with diminishing receipts, natural at this season of the year, keeps the market on the jump. Fancy northern creamery in tubs is now quoted in a jobbing way at 31fr31',-ie, or lie higher than it was late last week, but unless buyers as sume a calmer attitude, still higher prices are likely. There is no famine of butter, nor does one seem imminent in view of the fact that there is plenty of hay and other feeds this year and the number of milch cows in the country is not ma terially smaller than a year ago. Hot, dry weather has hurt pasturage in a good many of the important dairying sections of the West, but pastures often recover from heat damage and still have a chance, barring the advent of frosts. Supplies of fresh eggs are proving wofully inadequate for . needs and prices "are constantly rising. Hennery eggs, which a week ago were selling at 34(a3,c, now bring 38(0, 30c and there has leen almost as great a rise in the other grades, the demand for which has in creased on 'account of the high cost of the best goods. The cheese market con tinues dull and as the primary markets are easier, dealers find it harder, than ever to obtain the prices they ask. Jobbing quotations: Butter Fancy northern creamery, tubs 31(ft 31 Vjc' boxes 32(n 324i prints and cartons 32'ift 33'ic fancy western creamery, spruce tubs 30 la (a 31 'ire, ash 30(o 31 Vic, good to choice creamery 28 Vj 8:2tVi, renovated butter 2t)( 27c. Cheese Xew York twins, fancy 17 HVjc, fair to good lHfii ltl'ie. Young America 18(n 18Vic, sage 18f 18Vic Eggs Fancy hennery 38( 30c, choice eastern 33f34c, fresh western, extra 31 (a 32c, first 2(1 27c ROCHESTER. Dr. M. E. Merriam and family hive returned from Gloversville, X. V., wherr they have been for three weeks. Mr. and Mrsr Elliott Stonghton and daughter of Cherry Valley; N. Y., were the guests of Mr. Stoughton's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stonghton, a few days recently. Mrs. Clayton Dunham and three chil dren were visitors at Wake Robin farm last week. , Rev. W. H. Watson was called here to officiate at the funeral of John Tup per. Clinton Xason is home from Boston for a long vacation. Clayton Hubbard and son, Harold, were in Bethel recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Eaton are stop ping for the present with Henry Fificld and wife in Rochester village." Mr. Eaton has taken possession of the store he re cently bought of Walter Barry. Mrs. Fay Kezer spent Sunday in White River Junction, the guest of Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Smith. HANCOCK. The village school began Monday 1 1 the town ball, and will be held there until repairs on the schoolhouse are completed. .Misses Jlallie .Marsn, .Mildred I-.aton, Alice Smith, Blanche Manning and Lora and Leah Blair are attending school in Rochester. Mrs. Agnes Church is more comfortable at the present writing. Elas Claflin, who suffered a sunstroke in haying time, is gaining slowly. Mr. and Mrs. George Farr went to West Fairlee Sept. 4 to attend the mar riage of their son, Claude, to Miss Hel en Huntington at the home of her uncle, William Bemis. Mrs. G. R. Church is in Massachusetts, called there by the illness of her brother. George Robbins. who has since died, from the effects of a shock. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockhol ders of the Barre Railroad company will be held at the general office of the com pany at Barre, Vt., on Thursday, Sep tember 10. 1012, at 11:30 o'clock a. m., for the following purpose: First: To elect a board of directors for the ensuing year. Second: To transact any other law ful business. W. A. Stowell, Clerk. Barre, Vt, r, I IS" 1 - ll for Good Old K Ulo For smoking and chewing N Z IT .ij (f i'...,,.v7,S MONTPELIER. Middlecex Man Dragged by Train When He Grasped Wrong Handles. George Cummings of Middlesex had a narrow escape from death yesterday morning, while being dragged by a Cen tral Vermont train, leaving this station. Cummings grasped the adjoining guard rails of two cars, instead of the two rails of one car and w hen he swung him self up on the steps, as he supposed, he went lMtween the cars instead and was dragged until the eraimen saw his plight and stopjied the train. His back was dragging on the platform and his feet on the rails. The three days' tuberculosis exhibit at the liianchi hall on Barre street is be ing well attended, the employes at the stone sheds being in the majority, ts it was hoped they would be. Last night Dr. C. F. Dalton of Burlington gave an address in the city hall; to-nigiit Dr. B. H. Stone of Burlington will speak, and to-morrow night Dr. Clark of the same city. The entering class at Montpelier sem inary numbers fifty. Luke Connors U for the present the coach of the foot ball team and Harold Dwincll, man ager. New Kind of Steel. Xew York, Sept. 11. The day of the scientific safe burglar is about over. A kind of steel that cannot le drilled, ex ploded or cut has been discovered by German chemists, according to Prof. Carl Duir-berg, one of the foreign delegation to the international chemists' congress here and it is a question of only a short time bfore the yeggmen will have to turn to new fields. GOV. WILSON ON MAINE. Thinks Result Very Satisfactory to the Democrats. Trenton, X. J., Sept. 11. ov. Wison to-day made the following statement on the Maine election: "I think the results are very satis factory indeed,, based on the returns of both four and two years ago. Two years ago the Republicans were divided and now they are united. That makes a great difference. In 1004, as I remem ler, the Republican governor was elected by 25,000. Taffs majority was 14,000. The essential thing to consider is that there wa no Republican division this year. There was perfect cooperation." CRAFTSBURY STORE BURNED. Together With Other Property In the Early Morning. Craftsbury, Sept. II. Fire at five o'clock yesterday morning destroyed the store of Clyde King and a two-story house belonging to Ernest Dill. It was occupied by William Remington on the ground floor and upstairs by Leslie Drew. The paint shop of G. E. Dab erson was also destroyed. FARM TALK Prohibition Beaten. Little Rock. Ark., Sept. 11. Returns received up to 2 o'el'X'k this morning from yesterday's election indicate that the uiual majorities were realized by the Democratic ticket here, led by Con gressman Joseph Robinson as the guber natorial nominee and that state wide prohibition was beaten. INFORMATION ON LIFE SUBJECTS - t Speaking of Cylcopedias and The Times is likely to continue to mention them every day until the Xew York pub lishers demand the withdrawal of the offer now being made, there is no per son who cannot find much of vital im portance in Everybody's Cyclopedia. All the latest, information on live, rfcent subjects, is fully covered in these down-to-the-minute books. Here is the world's chronological history, covering many pages of colored charts from the earliest Babylonian times down to the, recent discovery of the south pole. Not only is the new census given but alsoj comparisons of the 1000 and 1800 popu-1 httion figures. The latest luxurious! ocean liners are illustrated, also the i hist thing in wireless telegraphy, sub- J ways and tubes of the obi and new world, modern power plants and many other recent inventions and discoveries. Many of the best people of this city have already secured the books and every trade and profession is represented among the number. Some of them came only to examine the set, but that is equivalent to possessing them, because everv one who sees these beautiful vol umes immed iately recognizes the fact that the promotion expense amount re quired represents only a small portion of their actual value. Only six coupons are required togeth er with the promotion expense amount named therein. Lose no time in clip ping the coupon printed on another page of to-day's paper and get the set as soon as possible. You have a lot of things now to make the pigs thrive small potatoes, apples, pumpkins, corn, etc.. etc., and the way to cook these things is in a "Farmer Boiler." Don't monopolize the kitchen stove, and then holler because dinner isn't ready on time a 50 gal. Boiler only costs $12.50, and it will be useful for heat ing water when you come to dress these same pigs. Buy one of these Boilers, and you will wonder how you ever got along without it. A. W. ALLENj Averill Mills taaaaaaaaataataaat 8- Montpelier Seminary RALLY , FOR SUCCESS Elect your course at M. S. College Preparation Business Art . Elocution Music A Good Boarding School OPENS SEPTEMBER 10, 1912 Send for Catalogue t E. A. COOPER - - - - Acting Principal y 1