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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, DAltnE, VT THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1020.
REBELS DRIVEN A GOOD SUGAR OUT OF CAPITAL! CROP AT STOWE Loyal Mexican Forces Said to Have Been Victori ous in' Chihuahua M a H e r s Averaged About 2 Pounds to Tree Much Better Than Last Year A REBEL GENERAL SAID TO HAVE QUIT DEALERS HANDLED - MORE THAN USUAL General Miguel Samaniego Proffered His Services to President Carranza , Some of the Leading Maple Sugar Makers Are Named - -like 'Hi J -iff - -M4 y i h 1 ' . y- .- y fir - j i y 1 , . . , . m 'V-,'., , , ... ,. v, Mil w Um'm-m! Me too. Cooks in a minute No wonder I have a sunny disposition. I eat Sunny corn every day. The Great New Cereal El Taso, Tex., April 28. Revolting troops in Chihuahua City have been driven from the state capital by loyal forees led by Eliaa De La O, a civilian vtli was secretary to Provisional Gov ernor Andres Ortiz, now u candidate for constitutional jjrovemor. Mexico City, April 2'.) (By the Asso ciated Press). General Miguel Sama- nipgo, leading lieutenant of (Jeneral 1. Klia.H Callos, commander of auti-.u'ov- ernment forces in northern Mexied, has abandoned thp Sonnra revolutionixts and nroflered his service1 to the Car- ranza overnmeii't, according 'to an olli i cial (statement Uaued late last, nig'.it ; by General Juan Barragan, chief of i the presidential stair. The statement quotes a dispatch I from General Pablo Quiroco, chief of operations in Chihuahua; with head ! quarters at Caman'o, statinU that einissarien had been sent to him by General Kamaniego, who i command- inj; Sonora forces Ucfending I'ulpito pass, the vital gateway from Chihua hua to Sonora. General TVderico Monte, who w in charge of the presidential campaign uf Ygnacio D.miiins, former Mexican nn;'basnd'r to the United States, and who has been under h ave of absence as governor of t'ie state of Guanajuato, is reported to h;tve been named military commander for the flats of Guana juato, Aguas lallicntes and Michoa-can. In connection with General Montes ri'orted withdrawal from politics, the Gerald de Mexico rumor which has been current cveral days that Senor Honillas is about to withdraw his can didacy and proffer his services t.o the gcvernment. Ieon Salinas, who re- c ntlv resigned as minister of (Min Kicrce and indu.-try for the purpo-e of seeking electiin as senator from the -tate of Morelos. retook the oath wi Tuesday as a cabinet mini-ter and has resumed his former post. This is eon idcrcd an indication that a postpone ment of the presidential election, llxed for July 4, is probaUe. SERIOUS CONDITION SUN MYCQRN is a SUflSSAL eatable i ' Went One Better. The excuses offered by schoolboys !'.. often laughable, perhaps none more than those oCtwo pupils of a coun try bchool for being late. Asked .why ! i didn't come when he. heard the bell, otie-boy said, "Please, sir, I was dream mg I vwag going to California and I Reported in Mexico City A Number of Shots Have Been Fired. San Antonio. Tex., April 2S. Iji Prenza, a Mexican newspaper published here, .io-mrrow will print a dispatch from Mexico City, aying a number of hots have been fired in the capital and describing the condition there as seri ous. No other details are given. The dispatch bears evidence of having been censored. A Common Desire. thought the school bell was the steam boat 1 was going on.'' "You did, eht" said the teacher. 'Adv. "Ladv would like to join jolly .piff" famllv for dinner every night." With "Please, sir. I I wan just waiting to the present cost of livma, it is sale to see Tom otr," stammered the other. - say many other ladies have a similar Boston Transcript. i desire.- Boston Transcript. Stowe, April 20. The maple sugar season just closed is considered the best here for several years, makers averaging about two pounds to a tree, which is considerably better than last year. Among the dealers here Miles McMahon & Sort, H. E. Shaw and other firms are still buying and filling orders and have handled more than last year. Some makerH market their own prod uct, having customers that buv nf them year after year. A large amount has been contracted to the Cary Maple Sugar company of Stv Johnsbury at $1.73 a gallon for syrup and 22 cents a pound for sugar, with nn expectation of more when the transaction is set tled. . ! Among the yields reported. George M. Towne made over 3,000 pounds from about 1,000 trees; Charles T. Sargent, 2,200 pounds from 700, both being three pounds and over to a tree. F. J. Camp bell made 675 pounds from 233 trees; A. B. Weeks, U00 pound from 1.050 trees; G. C. Hart. "00 pounds, setting 400 buckets.; II. A. Foster on west hill who made "2,700 pounds from 1,200 trees, lost a considerable amount by the burning of one of his sugar Rouses, 0 gallons of svrup being consumed in the tire and the loss of the sugar house being a handicap in caring for the sap Frank Asiiuitli made 1)50 pounds from 350 buckets; K. B, Gale on west branch, 1.(117 pounds from SOO trees; (1. S. Gale, 2,200 pounds from 1.100 trees; I'hny Vondle, two and one-half pounds to a tree from "00 trees; L. ,1. Harlow. 2,000 pounds 'from 050 trees; A. A. Royce, 250 gallons of syrup from 1.200 trees; H. G. Fuller of St owe Hollow, 2,250 pounds from 850 trees; V. W. Avers, 3,200 pounds from 1,300 trees; the I.uce brothers, 4.400 pounds from 1,550 trees; V. I-. I hamberlain. on Miller brook. 1,750 pounds from 700 trees; F. M. Clair. 2.000 pounds from 000 trees; S. C. Adams, 3,(MM) pounds from 1.500 trees; H. A. Cleveland .1,125 pounds from 435 trees. Those having the lnrest number of trees reported were Homer Button of Maple hill 1,800 trees, making only about three-fourths of a pound to a tree, and O. Vanesse oMIaple Hill farm. I.80O trees, amount made not estimated. Several makers used the Browu piping system, among them S.'C Adams, U. M. Towne and L. J. Harlow. YOU who u?e 34 inch tires constitute more than half the tire buyers of the world. To build this spe cial molded 3 in. tire, a $7,000, CC0 factory was built and a spe cial organization brought together. Firestone Plant . No. 2, making this one size only, has a capacity of 16,000 tires a day. This quantity production means savings for the car owner low est costs and bet ter tire values. Buy Firestones. A fat miles ftr dollar is a Firtston pMgt, t (k fig- cm etrnrr as 7ttl as la theewntrt c light cars. See tht nrsm Standard Chrtsise Firestone Cctd. George E. Brush, who died at his home in Morrisville at 8:15 o'clock Wednesday morning, April 2I. was the sou of S. Mortimer and Emma Straw Brush of Stowe. He was born in Stowe March 24. 1873, and except for a year in Montpelier and two years in Chicago, passed bis life here until go ing to Morrisville about two years ago. He had a surgical operation for canoer in the stomach several months ago, but had partially recovered and. his condition had been thought serious only a few days. Mr. Brush leaves Ins wife, Mrs. Aliiia Kenfleld Brush; his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Brush; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur Morrill of Stowe, Mrs. A. K. Willey and Mr. W. N. Smith of Sehenectadv, N". Y., and a brother. Harold Brush of West Fork, Mont. Mr. Brush was much respected and esteemed bv all who knew him. The funeral wili probably be held at the Congregational church here at 2 o'clock Sundav afternoon. Mt. Mans field camp. M." W. A of which the de ceased was a member, will attend. ( laude Adams of Little River is ill with sefatic neuritis. The condition of Mrs. Silas A. Steb bins. who has been very ill with ap pendicitis, was comfortable Wednes day. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Camley, liorn Monday, has Wen named Shirley Ethel. Twelve girls and their teacher. Mrs. Agnes Jenney, of the Community Sun day school attended the paity given to her class by Miss Artie Wright at her home on wet hill. James were played and refreshments served. The party walked from the village to the Wright home. Mr. Mary Smaller and daughters hsve Iwtii engaged for the won at the Summit hon-e on Mt. Manfield. Mrs. Smalley as cook. Mi Kalherine. boiisekccer,' and Mis Hildcgard, wait re. t ars fin the Mt Mansfield electric railwav, beginning May 3. will run follows: Cars have Stowe ft a. m.. t:20 a. m., I:. Vl p. m.; arrive at Stowe, 10 a. m., 11:50 a. m.. 4:20 p. m. Mrs. Janet Adams postponed her trip and did not so to Rurlinctan, as was stated in Monday's item. Supt. C. 1. Howe was a visitor at the village school Tuedar. Vern Parker of Water Miry is spend ing a few dsys in town. Mr. John ileitis of lhanon. V. II., is viit inn hT 4rcnt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1'hsf. Mr. Bettis j rw.ering from an operation of several weeks ag'V liman Sweet of leominster. Ma., came Tuexlay to Iw-gin work for B. F. Matroon. The Ix-aul iful oil painting, jirecenled by Mrs. Mry hae to tbe senior ill" to he sold by the e!a to rie money t. help pay the pradnat i.ti evpenses of the !. "is now in display in G. W. Butred's store window. ontribut ions for the .npport of the Armenian rtTh,B ad.-pted lv the ua dav K-hool of the (ommnnity chiinh may h left with Mr. M. K. Bacm or Susan A. Hip-low. Mr. and Mrs. t'. 1 MrMiknt and d.mchter. Mi-" l.n'h Mri,h,ni, hat returned from Miami, FU, where they sjimt the inter. T Sprinf. h. happit M-fsa that we know, We Mt to e thee pa We do w. haie to .h.vl 1"W Nor yet t riit the fr. B-stti Trrtipt. 7 Jm 7 L iv?fsf tA'i$&, -. - -a- ST- ' U i' -cm m - - . i& i - A ? r fa s U"t"'A V , 'l 1 ' t r f . - X J f t xtA - 1 .',. J ', eX wfc7 1 -M W wi ai mi y t"-" 'mmm' 11 .:: SO wholesome and good are Ward's Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush so carefully guarded their quality and purity that even the littlest tots wul thrive upon their harmless delicious ness. Your physician will tell you this. And how the children like them! They are the drinks the kiddies dream about. All their tempting flavor and fra grance come from the delicate oil pressed from the fruit itself,' combined by the exclusive Ward process with purest sugar and citric acid the natural acid of citrus fruits. ii bottles or at fountains Prtpared Oranie-Cnuh Co.. Chicago Laboraloryi Los A list lea .. Bottled in Montpelier by MISK0 SEAL BOTTLING CO. Montpelier, Vt. . Tel. 713 ! Sxd(brf rOi toot. "The Star raaja-Cnwh.H STRAFFORD j picparatory to filling it with summer ! boarders. . m ,, .,, ' , r 1 : Sherburn Clark of Randolph visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Morrill of Fill-, rHa(iv hrrr ,,,1,. ton. N. Y.. recently spent a few days, M. nnA yu AIWrj ,u1v wpr(1 jn at their residence here ; South Rovaltou Mon.lav. Sherburne Stone and ( harles IMgsrj y v'mbv has sold hi. place in of Southbridce. Ma.s. were recently "i!s((1,h Mr-rt,;, villllp , t . ,,,. town on business. 'little. Wednesday's rain carried out thej ' dam on th- stream near Camp Ken-j i.ketee. Mr. Tvson. tbe owner. . 41 " Children Cry for Fletcher's A YerT few people realize what a won- ; ; t..-i: . .lerfiil onnort nn it v for travel, training ! fy .il'itu K-nrr 1 - I 1 - 1 a A V, 1 m ,s i and in 'the U. S. navy. At the present time (there are-over 100 naval ships in for- t eign ports. These cruises are arranged ni . . . : i. . v. -j .... -... , : irom lime m iion- ov inr bsi ''ic Ct-Dat Verwoa. JVfryi at a d r-r ti N- Ytk: A 1 i.n a who 1 11 i, In irs'r ."- IK".! Tisrie'T-jU -ently purchased of II. W. Hawthorne, ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE pects to replace it soon. F. W. Prc.toij wa in for a few davs recent! v. G. W. Melendy of Norwich was town Sunday. llenrv Hatch and Bishop Esns Randolph were in town the tirst ot x . . . h oflWr, ,(ld j ro : men an opportunitv to see the poinis .1. R. Hayes and wife were in W ilder i of itprest. as well' as gain tlie practi last week. (. jvrietn-e necessary to a proficient Mrs. l-na (Vary, accompanied by her : ni force. When an American natal sister-in-law, Mis Minnie Crary. I!h'rr(ft tn,.j in foreign fmrU shore of Holyoke. Mass.. arried in to"'! 1 paves and furUiighs are granted to last week. Mrs. lary is about mak -j en,,je tir. mr t mr into the in ing improvement, upon the house re- j . lf tht ,,lntrr. j After the ships return from thee 'long cruises th-y are brought into 1 their home poit for repair., and in ithe meanwhile the men are granted; I lcae of from U to day, a.n-.wdin!: j to the len.th of time nwled m plje I lie sniji 111 romm ln. i;ach lattlchip has a Iwel-all team which is entitleil to p'av for the fir-t hanipi"n-li'p and from this i oni!' lion aiise. keen interest and a vat amount of sport. Then, too. thrie are many other sport, popular it the sail. as. boTini.'. wre-tlina. swimii!C and the like, all of whi h are .np).rtd ' hy the naval drpartment. At the nu merous nasl station. uh a. New port. R. I., thi.aso. III.. Ilamptoa Roads. 'a.. I'fli -et. (iiabried in athU-t-h-s are (tirni-Hed wii'n a larg iim f monev e h year to promote gams of al1 kind. . A. pirn"! iv.wa in l.oansnamo nay. t in.a. im a -lUrn t... imt, ' mnla.tiinc prop- 1 tere 1 he IHI r twis i ''e r-o win. ii i u u 1 a 1 fl W VI IS t I If 11 1 v i u if 1 y Name "Bayer" i on Genuina Asririn say Bayer A Insist ca 'Raver Tablets of mwtt. mwh t.me i. .rwnt br a;'f!tic meets, and to s ;, mea at a hail fame 1 a rsown-.'-n s Ht. a. I ! f i.tnetttrw , n,-n m 'e navv are a. I vcit sr. aeric . . a .. - 1 . . . . . . - . . . . .. K.n i ' 1 T'-ar naswiy ia is-. 01 12 uw ( iti k -- - sf F.if M ws far nr. t.f M ...'rt 10 j t t it t Ksi''4tnc J '. 1. ' nJcier ;f -AJ. ' tht ffreaiest same 4 ali. lie er dirs-'T. f.-r hela' e. colds, pawn. piri1C!. l'irr,K.(f- and rVumat ; Vinir "Has T iron ru'i Ap ria pn-till by Tbe Kind Too Hare Always Bought end which has been la usq for OTtrr over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been niaae unaer cis per- X7?-f 4- tonal superruion since Its inlancy. -Allow no one to deceire you in this. a Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ci Infapts and ChCdxen Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute lor Castor 0J, Paregmric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been ia constant cse for the relief cf Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fererishnese arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation f Food; giring healthy and natural sleep. The Ch-drea's Panacea-rThe Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Si In Use. For Over 30 Years Ttjo Kind You Have Always Bought