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SEPTEMBER 23, 1914.
2 "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR DIZZINESS, CONSTIPATION REVENUE BILL LOCAL CONSTIPATED CHILD bad taste in the mouth, despondency or "lha blues." and other trilse rab o ailments call ntlon to the vtr. It u loicld. Take Hoodi Fills tney ,ou the liver and relive .11 liver UK They are the old and favorite fam ly cathartic Purely vcg-etable. Gentle end thorough. 25c. All druggists. REPORTED MARKETS Delicious "Fruit Laxative" Can't Harm Tender Little Stomach, Liver and Bowels . m itrrnvccnAV THE BAIUtft Uivii xu'UiJ, "uu-i..- a ' r " Li. ; Xn ' Inrnrararanaranara a 1 . rx w&n al 1 1 ' !Okiiik i 5 n I I fnll . ; Fresh Eggs and Butter Are in Good Demand Fall Apples, $1.50 Barrel POTATOES 5560c PER BUSHEL Dairy Butter 3031c Pound and Creamery Is 3233c choice extra 17Vio, fair to Rood 16l'e Voting America 1 7 Vw I ' Kggs Fancy hennery 43(?r44e, nui-ti Mw 40c. fresh western lirst :itl(s :i8e, prime firsts 31fe32, firU 2!i( 3"c., storage 202Hc. CATTLEPRICES easier. Barre, Vt., Sept. 23, 1914. Fresh eggs and butter in good demand. Wholesale quotations: Dressed pork Firm at 12c. Fancy veals liy312VsC. Lambs 13 Ho. Fowls 17(5: 18c. ... . Chickens 20ff23e. Fresh eggs 30(3:31c. Butter, creamery 32(3 33c. Butter, dairy 3031c Fall apples $1.50 per barrel. Potatoes 55 60c per bushel. KICKER'S MARKET REPORTS Urge Receipts of Everything Except Milch Cows. St. Johnsbury, Sept. 23. Receipts at W. A. Kicker's market for the week end ing Sept. 21 included: Poultry 8,000 lbs., 10c. Lambs 417, 4(SHc. Hogs--120, 8(5?8'ae. Cattle 21 1,2(3 7c. Calves 500, 33 7VjC. Milch cows 38, $4.0 $75. Light Receipts at Brighton and Water town Markets. Brighton, Mass., Sept. 23. Receipts of live stock at the Brighton and Water town cattle yards yesterday were light er than a week ago. Trade wi restrict ed by tho Jewish holidays, with a cor respondingly lessened demand and gen erally easier prices. . Choice heavy beef caltTo were in light supply and prices held up well. Medium ind low grades were easier and slightly lower. Quotations for tops was 8Vi to 8'H cents, with some fancy held higher, good cattle Bold at 7 to 8 cents and light steers at 6 to 7 cents. Fancy beef cows sold as high as 7Va cents, the range for tops being 7 to 7i cents for fancy heifers, 6 to 7 cents for best cows, with good cows at 5 to 6',i cents, ordinary cows at iVj to 5 cents and canners at 4 to 4j cents. Bulls were firm, the bulk cf the tops selling at tt to fi'-i rents, with fancy higher, fiood ' bulls brought 5'i to cents, ordinary bulls 5 to Y3 cents and u.ln..n. AL if K ,fntH. Calves were fairly steady, best lots selling at 9 to 10 cents, with mixed lots at 7Vj to 8 'a cents and drinkers at 5 to 7 cents. . . Prices of hogs were well sustained, best lots bringing fVi to 0 cents, rough lots 9 to fi'4 cents, and boars 4 to 5 eents. . , , 1. Sheep and lambs easier, choice lambs being quotable at 6 to 8 cents, and sheep at 4 to 5 cents. Milch cows were in heavy supply and prices remained easy at $25 to $35 for ordinary cows, $50 to $75 for good milk ers and to ifiuu ana upmu ii fancy milkers. BOLT SETS $375,000 FIRES. Special Rule to Be Prepared to Expedite Its Passage TO VOTE ON THE MEASURE FRIDAY House Expected to Oppose the Cut in the "Pork Barrel" Bill IN BOSTON MARKETS. , Butter Market Unsettled and Weak Eggs Well Sold Up and Firm. Boston, Sept. 23. The local butter market is unsettled and weak; the re action which set-in late last week in the outside markets continues, and local buyers in consequence are very cautious. As" receipts are running larger than re cently, it is only by shading prices that sales are possible. The cheese market exhibits a steadier tone in response to firmer advices from the primary and other distributing markets. Hennery eggs keep well sold up and firm, but the market is rather easy on the under grades, demand for which is not very sharp, while on account of the warm weather receivers are anxious for bus iness. Jobbing quotations: Butter Fancv northern creamery, tubs 33'jf34c, boxes 34ViS:35c, prints 35(335'i.c, fancy western creamery 33r 33 Vic, good to choice creamery 31 32c, fair to good 20(S30c. . Cheese New York twins, fancy 17 Seven Oil Tanks Are Ignited at Port Arthur, Tex. Pnrf Arthur. Texas. Sept. 23. Seven oil tanks, owned by the Gulf Refining company and the lexas company, were set afire here yesterday by lightning. The loss of the Gulf Refining company is estimated at $250,000 and of the Texas company $125,000. "Emery Ball" Barred. Chicago, Sept. 23. Use of the "emery bail" or the "sand pnp-r bair in the American league is prohibited in rul ing vesterday by President R. B. John son." Managers of club were notified that the first offender will - suspended for 30 davs and fined f !00. In addition the game' in which the bull is used will be cast out of the records, provided It is won by the team violating the r.ilo. Certain pitchers in ' the tongue, it was charged, rubbed a smart pi of emery th Kail ibus distL'iiriiilf the IfnilTTJ Ht- , " cover. The trick made the pitching more effective, it was saiu, as u gv we i.. a firmer grip. Washington, Sept. 23. The adminis tration war revenue bill was formally re ported out of the ways and means com mittee yesterday, with all the Democrats voting in its favor and all the Republi cans in opposition. Progressive lender Murdock was not present. The tax of two cents a gallon on gasoline was ex tended to cover "motor spirits." The rules committee meets to-day to report a special rule for expeditious considera tion of the bill. A tentative arrange ment was reached with Republican lead ers for a vote at 4 p. m. Friday. Opposition in the House to the reduc tion of the rivers and harbors "pork Urn)'1 annrrmriiit ion bill from $53,000,- 000 to $20,000,000, ns ordered by the Senate late Monday nigiu, loomeu up yesterday formidably. Whether to make the cii,iNHi,miv a lump appropriation or divide it among continuing projects specifically was the question facing the committee yester day. The reduced total means that no new project will be authorized. A fight in the House against accept ance of the Senate cut to $20,000,000 was deemed certain. 1 he House may make a determined stand to restore many appropriations. Every mother realises, after giving her ...... i'..i;f.,,:o Kvmn nf Fiirs that riiimiru nut,', v I " this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels without griping. . ; , When cross, irritable, feverish, or breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the toiljrue, mother! II coaren, kij , i n.u i.nrmlnM "fruit laxa- tive," and in a few. hours all the loul, constipated waBte, sour bile and undi gested food passes out of he bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach ache, diarrhrt-a, indigestion, colic rememner, a g"" side cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs'' nanny; iney " spponful to-day saves a sick child to- i.i. ,,nnr Hriitriist for a 50- IlUII'v. Ann J " " . ,.t wtl f "fulifornia Syrup - of Figs," which has directions for babies, CllllUrvll nil nki-n -i - cd on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits v.'..-- ,in-t hi fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California, Fig Syrup Company. Aavt - BLOW UP NEWSPAPER OFFICE, Dynamite Tears Off Corner of Building in Tonopah, Nev. Tonopah, Xev., Sept. 23. The office of the Bonanza, an afternoon newspaper, was damaged early yesterday by the explosion of three sticks of dynamite under the corner of the room occupied bv the job printing plant. A corner of the building was torn off, a garage ad joining was wrecked, and windows a block away were broken by the concus sion. The damage to the job plant was slight. The newspaper plant is located in an adjoining building and this was not hurt. . There has been friction between the members of the Western Federation of Miners and Industrial Workers of the World in Tonopah and Goldfield recent ly, and the Bonanza has taken an active part in the controversy, favoring the side of the Federation Miners. GERMANS COULD NOT KEEP DOWN BRITISH FLAG Emblem on Cruiser Pegasus Shot Away Twice by the Koenigsberg but Was Raised Again by Marines. Ope Town, Union of South Africa, Sept. 23. Further detail, have been re ceived here of the naval action in the harbor of Zanzibar last Sunday morn ing, when the British cruiser Pegasus, under command of Captain John A. lng lish, was attacked and put out of action by the German cruiser Koenigsberg. "it seems that the Koenigsberg ap proached Zanzibar harbor at full speed at 5 a. m. on Sunday. She disabled a patrol boat with three shots and then opened fire on the Pegasus. Her shoot ing was very accurate. She began firing at 0,000 yards, closing in to i.WO. The Pe'gasiis replied with all her guns, but her artillery was disabled in 15 min utes. When her fire ceased there came a lull of five minutes, after which the Koenigsberg again opened fire for an other quarter hour. The Pegasus was unable to reply. Nearly all the casual ties on board the British boat occurred around her guns and her upper deck. She was badly injured on the waterline and listed heavily. The flag of the Pegasus was shot away twice, but each time it was raised again and held up by her marines. Apparently no damage was sustained by the Koe .nigsberg. Congressman Knox Dead. Lawrence, Mass., Sept. 23. William S Knox, congressman from this district from 1S04 to 100O. died Monday night. He was bom in Killingly, Conn., and was a graduate of Amherst. ui, ilii man umiiw ii 1 1, f ;''" Punch this pipe and cigarette under news your hood! htnasE Alieh mm -v . " V v : - - - Here's case-cards with the full :::::: deck right on the mahogany: 'VW? The reason why men smoke Prince Albert in their jimmy pipes or rolled into ..... joy makin's cigarettes is simply because Prince Albert can t bite tonsrues, can't parch throats ; it is always delightful in flavor and fragrance ; it is made by a wonderful patented process-Jtnat puts it into a class by itself ! And P. A. is exactly as good as THAT listens! the national joy smoke Smoke P. A. if vou want to get first-hand news about what's good for your smokappkite! Why. there never was, and there can't be today, any p.pe or cigarette tobacco in the same class with P. A. Take tip : You just o to P. A. like little reaches jrow on tree., naturalAA o4 Set aom htt-9 pirit Us your system right early these mornings! Vmc Atbrrt U told wrywW. Tidy rerf tint JOt I loppy r,4 (sir Se (AWjr for mn; mUm, sWmmw pomnd m4 kalf pomnj humidor. R.-J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Copjiigbt Uart Cxhafiner & Marx Hart Schaffner & Marx . Special models to fit men of stout or slender figures. You know that such figures require special designings; and special fabrics and patterns. A stout man ought not . .to wear clothes designed for a tall slender man; a man of fifty needs differ ent models from a man of twenty, and different patterns. In these clothes, all such things have been carefully studied; the result is, we cannot only fit your body correctly but we-can put on you the dothes that will fit your taste, and station; just the kind of clothes you ought to wear. , ,,r You'll find special values here in suits at $25 and upward. We have these goods as low as $18 and $20 Moore & Owens, Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street Telephone 66-W WEST T0PSHAM. f:rrcre Hiht was one of the delegates to Burlington last week. ArKnr Mairoon has come from Green field, Mass., and has employment here. B.'F. Cilley has been showing some NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Games. At Boston Boston 8. Pitts burg 2. Tyler and Whaling; Mc Quillan, Kantlehner and Coleman. At New York Chicago 5, New York 0. Chenev and Archer; ifathewson, OToole, Meyers and McLean. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 5, Cin nati 4 (10 innings). Atchison and McCarty; Yingling, Douglass and Gonzales. ... At Philadelphia St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 4. Griner, Perdue nd Wingo; Mayer, Baumgartner and Pooin. STANDING OF Boston New York . Chicago .... t. Louis .. Philadelphia Brooklyn . . Pittsburg .. Cincinnati . THE CLUBS. Won Lost Tet. .503 .S5.5 ... . 80 55 ....T 61 .... 74 66 -WO ....73 6 .525 .... 7 73 ....05 74 62 75 5 83 .479 .407 .452 .43 potatoes, which were white and for fla vor and sire unsurpassed. Sir of them weighed 11 Vt pounds. The funeral of Yernie M. Boweh, who died at Waterbury last week, was held here at 11 o'clock Saturday, with burial in the village cemetery. ( Mr. and Mrs. Moses Jennison of Peach- am visited at George Bond's last week. Mrs. Jennison is a sister of Mrs. Bond and has not been here for 13 years. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath of Groton visited old friends and neighbors here the first of .the week. It is understood that S. M. Hood has bought the Pero place of Allen Carter. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Games. At Detroit Boston 6, Detroit 3 (first game!. Collins and Carri gan; Covrleskie. Reynolds and Baker. Boston 5. Detroit 0 (sec- i ond game, eight innfnest. Collins I l.ns and Csrrigsn; Oldham. Rey- j nobis, Boehler, McKee and Bnker. I At Chicago -Chicago P. Wash- i ington I (first game). Ben and I Schalk; Shsw, Fngel. R. illiams i ,mih Chicaco 7. Wash- (iwond game), feott. Russell, Jasper ana Maver, Bentlej, Avers end Henry. . Cleveland Philadelphia 14, . . .- 1 3. IJuen ana rcwnii Pillinger, Bowma and ington 4 I-nthrop, Schalk; nd I At Cleveland Carter, K.g n. Why You Need a Telephone It can command the attention of the "too busy to talk" per- . son he who will refuse to see or talk to you in his place of business while engaged with a customer. GiveltaTrial Vermont Tel. & Tel. Company. PFRRY & N00NAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture Mr. rTTT. 41S-I Mr. NMM 41S- STANDING Of THE CXUBS. W orn I-ot IVt- PhiUHelphia Botnn Drtrnit Washington Cbi.e .... St. lnii . . w mk . 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