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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, , JUNE 2, 1920.
TEAM AND AUTO W, HARTFORD We want a Million House Owners CAME TOGETHER HOTEL BURNED nesinol certainly healed that rash quickly You don't have to wait to know that Resmol is healing your skin trouble I The first application usually stops the itching and makes the skin look health ier. And its continued use rarely (ails to clear away all trace of eruption, crusts and soreness. Besides, it con tains nothing that could injure or irritate the tenderest skin, even of a tiny baby. Sold by all di-tirfista and dealers in toilet foods. Horse So Badly Injured It Had to Be Killed; Car riage Smashed , OCCUPANTS OF AUTO SOMEWHAT INJURED P. P. Lamson's Machine and Team Driven by Mr. Bow en of Randolph Collided 1 VERMONT MAPLES EARNED NEARLY - $4,000,000 THIS YEAR i Prices Ranged Considerably Higher Than in 1919 and Yield Per Tree ' Was 2.25 Pounds. Gommitmioner of Agriculture . K. S. BriRham has completed a census of the 1!20 maple siifrar crop taken from the members of tlie Vermont Maple Sugar .Makers' association. A postal card was .mailed to each member of the asaoci- ation, asking for comparative data concerning the 1019-20 production, of maple sugar and syrup, and the prices received therefor. The returns showed that the Dumber of trees tappqd by the correspondents increased four per oent over 191!). The production per tree averaged pounds this year, us compared with 1.70 pounds in 1018. : Prices also are a little higher for this i year. The average price reported for ! eyrup was $2.79 per gallon this year, as compared with $2.23 for 1910. The prices of sugar averaged 35 cents this vear, as compared with 27 cents in 10J0. Prices received by, the reporters for upar ranged from a minimum of 22 cents to a maximum of 75 cents per pound. Prices received for syrup ranged trom $1.74 per gallon to $4 per gallon, which illustrates, when taking uauty into consideration, a great va riation in efficiency in marketing the tnnple sugar crop. , Upon the basis of the last returns j.made by the listers as to the total 'number of trees tapped it is estimated that 5,824,XH) trees were tapped in 102(1. and that the total production of maplo products in terms of sugar was 13.104,000 pounds. Taking into consideration the fact that the reports received were from the most efficient sugar ifttikers of the utate and making corresponding reduc tion for average prices, the maple sug ar industry of Vermont earned well i towards $4,0IK),(XKI this season. A large number of correspondents report that Mtigar still remains unsold, although in the case of persons reporting, the amount of siuJht and syrup remaining in their hands docs not exceed 10 per cent of the total production. Randolph, June 2. A serious auto mobile accident occurred at BeanVilty on Monday night about 8:30, when P. P. Lamson, driving his own car, collid ed with a team owned by A. B. Gay and driven by Mr; Bowen, who is em ployed in the hardware store of Jack son vail. Mr. Lamson, wito and son, Mrs. Hendrv, Mrs. J. H. Lamson and Mrs. K. O. Blanchard were in the auto when they struck, with such force that the horse was so nearly killed that it was soon disposed of to end its suffer ing, and the carriage and harness were completely destroyed. The occupants of the carriage, Mr. Bowen and lady, escaped unharmed, and those who occu pied the car were not seriously injured, though all were somewhat bruised and shaken up. Mr. I-anisou had one arm hurt, which required several stitches; Mrs. Lamson had one side of her head injured and one ear hurt; and Mrs. Blanchard had one arm injured, but none of them was injured beyond recov ery in the near future. It irf main tained bv some that the team had no liifht and that the auto was on "the jwrong side of the road, and that while the team went out of the road as far as possible, it did not escape. It was very fortunate that all were not killed, wherever the responsibility for the same rests. DO YOU SUFFER THE AGO ! EES OF RHEUMATISM VAR-NE-SIS ia recognized as a remedy of real ralue in the treat ment of this disease, v The 'Story of VAR.NE.SIS" will intireit you and ihowi why I aay rAR-NE-SlS CONQUERS RHEUMATISM IT'S FRBK. Senator it.. W. A. VARNETi, Lynn, Mass Tear dnic.TtBt .; V?.VT?.sta Other Property Threatened by Fire This Morning - POSTOFFICE AND GRAIN STORE SINGED and Monday with his mother, Mrs. Dearborn, left Tuesday morning for Boston, where he has employment. Miss Eona Totman returned from Ttmbridge on Tuesday morning, after passing Monday with her parents there, and is, now again in the store of H. A. Leonard, at tier usual post FOREST FIRES SPREADING. Origin of Fire Is Mystery, as Hotel Was Not , Occupied Inhabitants Warned to Leave Parent and Vicinity. V Quebec, June 2. Inhabitants have been warned to leave Parent and vicin ity because of the approach of forest fires, while St. Appoline in the Ed ntunston district is surrounded by" blazing forests and other fires have broken out at Lacpes llevcs, along t-u lied river, according to reports received here yesterday. An improvement has been reported from the -Matapidia valley, while the fires at St. Andre. Caniouraska, are ex tinguished and those at 'Neigette and St. Marcellin . are under control. The fire at Hiver (apian in lonaventure county is also being controlled. Burning of brush has lieen prnhib ited in many sections. Mrs. Ed. Kent went to Barre on Tuesday to pass a few days this week with her sister, who comes from New port to meet her there. Fred" .Marsh of Bethel, 'who has been in the sanatorium for several weeks fur treatment, is able to go to his home, but he comes every jlav to have his eye treated at the sanatorium. Mr. and Mrs. Pear Campbell have come Adm Fayston, where they have been'for the last two years, and taken possession of their house on the High lands. Mr. Campbell has rented the farm of Gerald Stevens and will carry on the same. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Camp bell have also come to be with them, and the former has entered the employ of C. J. fStockwell '& Son and is at work in their grocery store. Richard. Grant, who passed the hol iday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j V. A. Grant, left early Tuesday morn-1 inir for Rutland to resume his business. VILLAGE THREATENED.- Being Riverherbert, in Nova Scotia, Deserted by Residents. Halifax, X. 8., June 2. The village of Riverherbert is again threatened by a forest fire which is slowly moving in the direction of the village, pro pelled by a gentle west wind. Resi dents are preparing to fight the ftamaft when they come close enough to en danger property. Fires in Halifax count v are still burning, but are re ported under control and the situation in the Maitland district of Hants coun ty is said to be less alarming than yesjerday. White River Junction, June 2. The hotel and bam at West Hartford was destroyed by fire early tliis morning, causing a loss estimated to Ite about $4,000. The postoftice and grain store on the opposite side of the Rtrcet caught fire at one time, but the, flames were extinguished. t The fire broke out at 2 o'clock in a eornerof the barn and before hmg the entire barn was in flames. Volunteers from Sharon. Hartford and firemen from White River Junction fojined .a bucket brigade and fought the Humes but could not save 'the hotel property, although thisy did save much property nearby. . The origin of the fire is a mystery. The luitel property had hot been occupied for some time. Richard, the seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Miller, who had been quite ill for a week or two, was taksn. to the Mary Hitchcock ho, pital in Hanover for an operation for what was supposed to be appendicitis. When the doctors operated it was found that the eauseof the trouble was a tumor near the appendix. The bov'is in a serious prmdition. WOOD HELD IN $25,000. Judge Fixes Bail for Woolen Manufac ' turer Hughes for Defense. Xew York, .June 2. Federal Judge Mack yesterday fixed bail at $25,KXt in the ouse of William M. Wood, pres ident of the American Woolen com panies of Xew York and Massachu setts, indicted last week with the cor porations under the Lever act on a charge of profiteering. Charles E. Hughes, appearing for the defendants, made a motion to quash the indictments on the ground that L gelling cloth is not a crime within the provisions of the Iever act concerning wearing apparel. Argument on this motion was postponed until to-day. FIRES IN NEW BRUNSWICE Show No of Abating Farm Burned. Signs Houses St. John, X". B., June 2. Telephone communication with Campbellton was cut off to-day when forest fires de stroyed telephone wires along the m- P. C. Dodge went to "Rutland on i tcrnational railway. Detached farm Tuesday to attend the Democratic con vention now in session there. Dr. K. O. Blanchard, who is in poor health, has iiot been as well for a few days and is confined to the house. Ernest Savage, who passed Sunday bouses have been destroyed in that vi cinity, it is reported, and the fires show no sign of abating, although no fur ther settlements have been burned. Camplirllton is not in immediate dan-per- AGREE ON SUNDRY CIVIL BILL. Railroads to Be Allowed 13 Years in Which to Repay Loaa. Washington, I). ('., June 2. Agree ment on the $34.'),(NM) sundry rivil ap propriation bill was aeaehed yesterday by Senate and House conferees. 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Dea Moines, or St. Louis. For Soft Coal Far Hard Caal Sold by all dealers. No exclusive agents. American ai)iator foiPANY Phone or write us at 129-131 Federal St. Boston, Mass. Public Showroom t at Cnieaf e. New York. Boston, Spr'ngnHd, Portl.nd. rVorideoce, Worcester. Philadelphia. Readme. Harrisbnri , Newark, WHkeaberr. Baltimore. Waahlagtoo, Richmond rlbrfolk. Albany, Syracuse, Rochester. Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Cleveland. Detroit. Grand Repids, Indianapobs, Peona. Cincinnati. Louisville. Atlanta. fctraunbem,New Orleans, Milwaukee, Minor spoilt, St. Paul, Dulutb. St. Louis, Kansas City, Dea Motaca, Omaha, Dearer, Saa Francisco, Los Aug stes, Seattle, Spokane, Portland. Toronto. 245 GROTOS sick with qnfumonia for the past week, i, i..:n ui'.ml tin name. ' tl..t... tf'dl.l..ull r-,t ilrnffrl from Memorial Day Exercises Held on John 0l u,,ital. Wood-viUe. X. H.. T. Darling a farm. hen he ha been rrxfiin treat- The Memorial day exe-mx- hire on;np- . Monday aftern-n,.. and rvrninK drew! ' " tocther a larZ.- inimW of l-eoph-. vill-. . li-, rre ... o. ,..... t ... I t., iL. 1...1.I, Mrf. 1. Irril an.l .Mitn. ...t.i n the Mrthudict i-hurrh ln, but . ! "f M- ifig to illnr.w and dath in the homi' clmrv were amonar thw hu attended the Memorial day.ev- were (ruesta of Mr. and MrM.John T. Darling from tSaturday until Tuesday. , Can't Afford Overalls. "By the the way, Jones, what do you do with your old" rlothe.?" '"Wear them," Boston Tranwrfpt. And Raise It to the Profiteers. Bix The sugar situation is intolera ble. The people should pet together and raise cain. Dix Well, that would help matters, if you spell it "eane." Boston Tran- AiTlpt. of L S. Ulamhard, nearby, the plaee rrviaea here- (MonU was .-ban-fed to the yruund. of Mr' ami ! Mr. and Mr. Mh Tenney and rhiT Mr.. .lohn T. Darling, near the Mali.,. -ren of prin,rheld, V II.. who mytoreH and the Mi-i..a lan prov.il at. ideal to Croton la.t week to y i.tt Mr. and .aro The eXeniSe. in the afternoon J -'r- K'M i"'" " '- eonaiated of mu-ie by the Woodiville turned home yesterday. (V.neert band, reading of M-ripture and' r.Iual. h. the i.,f, prayer bv Key. V. A. Smith. R.v.J. S.,i r- - U S fant daubster Blanchard. (.rvin1.ing In-en called awy by the.;!'"-- won.iar morn.np. : ana ... illn.-xa of h . brother: a rmtation hy - ; ; . " THE KIND THAT SATISFIES the sympathy of all in their lo. Hon. Alexander Ihmnett. wn wa at liawford Adam., and oong by. the ..i. .i n-i. .11 .. . I .1 K. H. Thoma. of luiitnelivr. who prneil hi- cottage at B. ker . M. 1 Miff ere, I an intereing speaker. At the .W of," ""' .. Naturday n.ght. fi.,i. the aftern,n program a Proee.i. n' ;- -re ealled. who rebe, ed In. .on formeil, the band leading with , , d.t .n t hat he w ent to hi. borne at Ano ri,;., lg.o a. e rt. followed , ' . J '""l"'' ""."""'fiern nn .... . u ... .t,.m..l.,l...! M. O. twffr.n left Monday afternoon M-S.i t hildn-n and ntien,. and j "r St. .lohn.bury to take ,. I.tn o.u.., mart hed to the .-e.net.-ry and detotated; :nt '"S. ' . " J ' tbe.oldier.-cn.vea. Surper w. erv.l j ' .mr..B .. ... J - Alex Burnett add in the oner. hou". to all ex er .. e ' ." .. i u .- tu. ...... Mr. and .Mr.. of the een,ng were along the nam, , .'" ' .)""r) .th a comert by I'-" v the band. 1 he speker of the evenmgl ""' '"V V'i. i iil.i ' iald Kra-er of Well Riv J nnir ' ' line, opening at 7 :3 i. i . " " I'I11. n"i v.. 1 ll.. er. Ilia auhject w, -The Open Ioor. ; r'"- - A. usual Mr. Frar'a talk sparkled d"T- with wjt. while br.m full of truth.!, 1 he Metl,o.l..t .hurch w a filled near- Th chairman nf lh mflrrnwn wis.'.' " '. " .T 8. B. Heath, edit. r of the ,..,,., the spaMlemorml day eerv.ee. Ab-a.t ! Time., and in the rve-ing Rev. Stead jj R-. nd f. n.ornton ,e.id..l. 1're.lit or the aiie-!J" m.n. K. lief ,-orp Jrom ell ,-e.. of the M. mefrial day rxere,. K.ver were pre-nt. Rev. Stead Thorn due Adjutant llelh and the Am.ri.an ton. the pa-tor. gave an ex.Tllrnt ser Legion, though wLm. untir.ng rffm Is : "'" d there wa. s-.al n.usK; for IA"j; t Fia is t" a - j . fund, were raiM-d to linan.-e the affair. : th-- o.va.wn and who arranged for the sjwakers. tbei mu.ie, ntc. Mr.. W. t". (hamlwilin of Xewhury tenter and her two small daughters Kimball Marshall of ell Rie. w. a tisitor in the place Salurdax. ITiarle-. Mill.-r of Barre wa a :m!.: at l- i;. Weeh's Saturday. v taarlea Adams of 1'ort-mouth. N. H , who ha been passing a w.W with Mr. and Mr. Jame. Adam., left ye terdav fur (iro.eton. N. H. Rev. Stead Th..rton ga the Mem-w-tal day adore, at T.p-hm Satiir.iay afternoon, and at ll River M"n dar afternoon. M. I- rWalry was in Mar.hfield ar.d I Vs. ham yeterday on telephone bu inea. John A. (balnwr. of St. John-h in . twfi -ariiay knd Monday with In family hrrt. Mr. Hiimoat K.nnerwi and ..) Iraham mere iit'ir. of Mr. and Mr-. H. M. WeM, the tir-t of the Mr a Mr.. i. W . W let !! ' st JobHiiTT i-."e. Mr I .i.ii jfcill and !r ad Mr. .!. J" -jo.er Sundav. 1.e tlm-e rear oM citd of Mr a . !net N-l. who ka ben ..; . . 1 1... .l. A ....t.lr. i I Ivrini am, ,.t-i j rifi.i. ..ji. - lira if you want the genuine -in bottles for the home at soda fountains and on draught The People Who Know ASK FOR Kent's Ice Gream All cream is pasteurized, and the strictest sanitary methods are ob served in every process from the dairy to the frozen product. The highest grade of fresh fruit?, fruit syrups and flavors are none too good to maintain the 100 per cent qual ity standard we -have maintained for thirty years. Ask for "the kind that satisfies," Kent Ice Cream Co. I.urlinton. Vt. Thonc 2.S