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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, yT., MONDAY, JULY 17, 1922.
Hood's Pills In email doses A GENTLE LAXATIVE In Larger Doses A THOROUGH 'CATHARTIC Made by a t Hood Co., Lowell, M- NATIONAL LEAGUE LEADERSHIP IN DOUBT St. Louis Has Climbed to Within Half a Game of tbe Giants and Is ,. Going Strong. New York, July 17. First place in the National league to-day hinged on the outcome of the tljird game of the New York-St. Louis series. The Cardi nals, who cut down the. Giants' lead three and one-half games in a week, climbed to within a half game of the top by taking their second straight from the champions, 1 to 0. Bill Sher del outpitched Jess Barnes and Four pier drove in the winning tally in the eighth. - . , ' . The Yankees sustained their second shut out of the series and dropped fur ther behind the league leading Browns by losing tbe second games of the se ries to tbe White Box, 4 to 0. Red Faber held Murderer's Row to three scattered hits while Oleason's : men : pounded Joe Bush hard. Yaryan and Hooper laced out home runs. Dixie Davis had the better of a duel with the veteran Walter Johnson and St. Louis blanked Washington, 2 to 0, increasing its lead to one and one-half games.' .- - - Returning its their ground for a sin gle game before resuming their western tour, the Brooklyn Dodgers braced and beat 1'ittsburgh, 8 to 2, with Burleigh Grimes in rare form. Boston hit Pete Donohue hard and took a closely fought game from Cin cinnati, 5 to 4, while Philadelphia knocked Alexander from the box and won its second straight from Chicago, W to 7. SERVED "TERM" IN HORSE BARN Raymond W. Putnam of Wakefield, Mass., Guilty : of Cruelty SPENT TWO NIGHTS IN THE STABLE Arid Thereby Escaped a Sentence of Seven Days in Prison NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Louis 1, New York 0. Philadelphia 10, Chicago 7 Brooklyn 6, Pittsburg 2. Boston 6, Cincinnati 4. Saturday Results. ' St. Louis 4, New York 3. Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 2 (10 innings). Philadelphia 2, Chicago l.s j Cincinnati 3, Boston 2. National League Standing. Won Lost Pet. New York ......... 49 30 .020 St. Louis .......... 52 34 .005 Cincinnati 44 41 .519 Chicago ..,.43 40 , .518 Brooklyn ft 42 .600 Pitsburg 38 41 " .464 Philadelphia ; 31 r 47- .397 Boston 29 50 .367 r AMERICAN LEAGUE. , St. Louis 2, Washington 0. Chicago 4, New York 0. Saturday's Results. Chicago 3, New York 2 (12 innings), Cleveland 2, Philadelphia 0. Detroit 2, Beaton 0. i .Washington. 2, St. Louis 0. , American League Standing. Won Lost Pet. St. Louis ,. f60 3d J81 New York ......... 4& 38 .563 Chicago ...i,44 40 '.524 Detroit I 44 42 .512 Washington ,40 43 .482 Cleveland .........41 44 .482 Philadelphia 34 43 .430 Boston 4.35 49 .417 Wakefield, Mass., July 17. Ray mond W.. Putnam went forth from his horse's stall early this morning after spending two night's in the barn by order of Judge, Riley of Maiden dis trict court. Putnam thus escaped p. seven day jail sentence which the court imposed after he had been found guilty of cruelty to a horse. : . Maine's Summer Camp Asset. Someone has estimated the revenue brought : into Maine by the summer camps for boys and girls to total $1,500,000 in a session. We don't these figures. They are hardly large enough, if anything. ' - ' For these camps in 21 years have sprinkled themselves all over the state from Bridirton and Denmark, in Oxford county, wlire they originated, to the far nooks of Aroostook' and W ashmg ton, Penobscot and Piscataquis coun ties. Maine has become a favorite loca tion for these summer activities be cause of its wonderful ou t, its pure lakes and its nearby mountains; be cause its summers are always temper ate, even the hottest days being made enjoyable by cool breezes from the hills or ocean and by the fact that the nights are invariably cool. Maine's scenery and climate have be. longed to the natives, who have appre ciated it In varying degree for genera tions; to the wealthy hotel visitors and the summer cottagers. Then came these camps which gave to thousands of bovs and girls from all over the country' the recreational life that spells good health, buoyant spirits, whole some ' sports, an d reasonable super vision. They are part of the athletic life of New Englund to-dav, in which the girls share equally and fully with the boys. The place they hold is unique. For thev trespass little if any on the hotels. They have come to stav. for they are profitable in every sense of the word; and as an institution they have the smallest per cent of evil about them of any activity that re lates to yoth. Maine's "Dingo" in in this respect is well merited Lewis ton Journal ' iiiiii had They are GOOD! 'Pickups. Sign in a Greek bakesh op "Dough nuts, different yet not the same." Hint to brides "The broomstick is mightier than the lipstick." From the English play '"He was a joiner. When a man asked anyone else to have a drink, he would join them." Sign in an ice cream store "Take home a brick to your wife and she will think you're one." An uneducated girl who had been ill attributed her recovery to the "God deliver all" she had taken meaning cod liver oil Boston Transcript. NORTH CALAIS Mrs. Harry Adams returned one day recently from a few days' visit to relatives in Albany, N. Y., and is stopping with Mrs. Julia Lawson.. Mrs. Mona Foster and sister, Miss Mary Vanderpool, were visitors at Bervey Benianlin's , in .Woodbury .Center one day recently. Charles Wing "of East Calais is a visitor at Elwin Dailey's. Miss Zelma Udall ia the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Newcomb, at Sabin lake in South Woodbury. ; Lemuel Holdcn has been a visitor in Montpelier the past week. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arbuckle were recent visitors in Woodbury Center. F, W. Scribner was in Woodbury Thursday. i B. " J. Hatch, C. Lashley and Earl Slavton of Adamant were recent callers in the place. Mrs. Jen nne Ferris sod daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horr and Alhe Mc Loud of Adamant spent Sunday at Lake Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wheeler of Woodbury Center were recent visitors at Mrs. Ida Burnhatn's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Batchelder of Montpelier wer4 visitors at Fred Batchelder's Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Persons and son, Maurice, were visitors at D. J. Per sons' in North Montpelier Wednesday, Mrs. Julia Gallison is a visitor in Barre and Montpelier this week. Miss Agnes Lawson of Montpelier was the guest of her grandparents, Mr- and Mrs. freeman Lawson, I hum day. v. ..",'. :v Inside Out. 1 Dr. Butler said on his return from Paris: "O, yes, skirta are a little longer now, but if you think the new fashions are really more modest well, listen to this story i "A young American matron with a mansion in the Faubourg St. Honore railed in her French doctor to consult him on the subject of vaccination. " 'Of course,' she said, I shan't want the marks to show." " 'No, of course not," said the doctor. 'Well, that will be easily arranged. We'll vaccinate you a little above the knee. " 0, how absurdly old-fashioned!' said tbe young matron. "As if that wouldn't show when I go bathing this winter in California. Lcik here, doctor, isn't there any such thing as internal vaccination?' " Los Angeles Times. CASH BALANCE FOR VERMONT Instead of Deficit As Had , Been Predicted Six Months Ago FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1923 Receipts Larger and Ex penditures Less Than Anticipated Instead of a deficit at the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 1023, as he predict ed six months ago, there is likely to be a cash balance in tho state treasury on that date, according to a statement is mied to-day by State Auditor Ben Gates. This change is due to the fact that the disbursements for the last six months were not so large as Auditor Gates had estimated, while the receipts were more than anticipated. If things turn out as now expected there will be a cash balance of $286,500.92. Auditor Gates makes the following statement of state finances for the fis cal year ending June 30, 1022; ESGtVJcnthar Wben yon cool off soddenlyand when you sleep in a draft, you get a Cold. The natural result is Headaches, Neuralgia and Sore Muscles. ; To Stop the Headache and Work off tie Cold, , - ' Take m m W2IIS3t tablets THAT DEPRESSED FEELING caused by the beat is. quickly relieved b- just one dose of Lax-, ative BROMO QUININE Tablets. Does not contain sy harmful or habit-forming drugs. Tbe box bears this signature Price 30c PART OF CORK ISNOWCLOSED And City is Reported' As Suffering Severely From Insurgents SHOPS SEIZED ' CONTENTS TAKEN Protestants Are the Prin cipal Losers Thus Far The Only Way. The only way to attain perfection is to follow all the advice you give to other people. Boston Transcript. 5 THE UNIVERSAL CAR Attention, Ford Owners ' Ford parts, like almost everything else worth while, are coun terfeited. The manufacturers of these imitation parts are ob viously not as interested as we are in maintaining the high standard of quality and the .complete satisfaction of Ford own ers. Imitation parts are manufactured to sell at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequent ly not the same high quality, specillay heat-treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GENUINE FORD PARTS. ' Don't be mislead Insist upon G ENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By so doing you will get , from 35 to 100 per cent more wear from them, and you will pay the lowest possible cost the same everywhere.., 50 of GENUINE FORD PARTS Retail for Less Than 10c Each. ASK FOR PARTS PRICE LIST General Statement, for the Year 1922. Cash on hand and in banks July 1, 1021 ....... $2,022,932.10 ; Cash receive during fiscal year ending June 30, 1022 5,000,430.08 Total $7,1 13,3453.18 Payments made by treasurer on auditor's warrants 5,776,852.26 Cash on hand and in banks July 1, 1022 $1,330,509.92 Principal Items of Receipts for the Year Are As Follows: Corporation taxes including charter fees '. $1,835,707.63 Collateral and direct inheritance taxes 271,558.81 Direct tax (20 cents on $1 of grand list) 559,373.98 School tax 280,470.01 Highway tax . . . . . 140,222 JO $3,087,338.73 Total Received from the V. S. For highway projects r Hygiene purposes, board of health , Vocational education . . University of Vermont, Morrell fund Fire protection , Soldiers' home $472,794.35 Received from automobile registrations, operators' license fees and sale of registration books $751,060.63 All other receipts . . . , $779,230.37 Government. $393 ,62 176 ........ 1,870.51 17,653.73 50,000.00 4,350.33 5,280.00 When your Ford car, truck, or Fordson tractor needs tion, call on atten- Perry Automobile Company Barre, 323 No. Mafti Street, TeL 00 Montpelier, 3S',i State Street, Tel. 72-W. Total receipts for the year ., $5,000,430.08 Warrants Issued During the Fiscal Year Show Disbursements Classified as Follows: For highway purposes $2,2.rl,2."0.12 Education, including appropriations to college and universities 946,080.93 State institutions, including Brattleboro Retreat, beneficiaries and T. B. hospitsl wards 773,672.47 Administration of justice and suit Vt. vs. X. II 40.1,270.11 Agriculture, eradication bovine tuberculosis, state fair, etc ..... 255.501.67 Military, including appropriation for armory 220.127.116.11 Interest and installment payments on state bonds 156.625.14 New construction and additions to state property 175,889.08 State board of health 80,823.77 Fifth and game (supported by income from ' license fees but in cluded in revenue statement) 74,735.72 Charities and probation (about $20,000, received from sources oth er than state funds, included in receipts) 69,542.58 Vermont sanatorium (supported by trout fund and receipts of sanatorium, included in receipts) , Pensions, veterans' aid and teachers' retirement fund Printing and stationery ...,'....., Libraries and legislative reference bureau Sergeant-at-arms , insurance sinking fund , Commissioner of taxes Refunds Publicity Executive Public service commission Auditor Unorganized towns and gores .... Legislative expenses, 1919-1021 ,.. State treasurer Commissioner of industries Secretary of state j All other disbursements Belfast, July 17 (By the Associated Press). Reports reaching here to day represent the city of Cork as suf fering greatly at the hands of the re publican insurgent forces, who are said to be iu absolute control. The port of Cork has been closed, it is said, shops not being allowed to enter or leave; business premises h,tve been seized and their contents appropri ated for the republican troops; many of whom are billeted with the civil ian inhabitants, and several thousand people are out of work. Thorn has also been an outbreak of robltery and destruction according to refugees ar riving he,er who are quoted as syagin the trouble in Cork was begun by young men from the country district, who entered the city and started loot ing, chiefly the houses and property of Protestants. After the fall of the Fiur Courts, the irregulars became more aggressive and patroled the streets of Cork in armored cars, suppressing all public expressions of opinion in 'svor of the free state, it was said. Mid - Summer Days r Are the days for cool dress ing, and the Palm Beach suits fit1 into the weather for real comfort. A fine display right now. A real low price, too. Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner& Marx Clothe Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. " Tel. 275-MV 1 In the Rhubarb Class. An amateur gardener who is having his difliculties with other gYoV.nj: things writes: My lettuce grows so lavishly, So eager 'tis and willing; Oh, what a pity it is not . A little bit more filling. , Boston Transcript. Father's View. Troud mother The child is absolute ly full of music. Harassed father hat a pity-to let it escape. Boston Transcript. 65,131.00 33,883.00 33,521.40 33.476.4S 30,458.57 25,000.00 168.00 15.807.37 15.018.27 15.704.06 14,704.01 14,000.00 13,403-Ptf 13,335.5a 1 3.045.4(5 12.a5.V01 . 10,V0.8 00,236.73 $5.77.8.V.2 An analysis of the above statement is interesting and shew that the dis bursements for highwsy purposes fig ure thirty-nine and one-tenth per cent of the total. That highways and edu cation cost fifty-five and three-tenths per cent of the totsl. That highways, education, institutions, administration of justice, agriculture and eradication of bovine tuberculosis and military reach a percentage of nearly eighty- three per cent of the total. Add what has been disbursed for interest and payment on bonded indebtedness and construction and repairs and the dis bursement reaches eighty-eight per cent of the total. In other words tbe first eight items of the disbursements, as sbove listed, represent eighty-eight per cent of the total of all diMnirse ments for the fiscal year. Appropriations amounting to $ia2. 510.82 were unexpended at tbe end of the year and are terminated. This means that the legislature appropriat ed $182,510.82 which was not and will not be used. The expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1022, exceeded those of tbe preceding fiscal year by $729,822.83. The total expenditure, $5,77,R."2.26, is a little over two per cent of the ap praised valuation of the real and per sonal property in the state, as shown by the tax returns for 1021, $21350, 443.18. Of course this ad valorum does not include'' the thousand of dollars that the listers did not find. It docs not represent the fair cash value of the property really appraised within thirty per cent, neither do you find in the figures that tremendous smount of property that esrp tsxation law fully by exemption process. In a statement six months sjro I es timated that there would be a deficit at the end of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1023, the fiscal year we are now starting on, and I am glad to say that the figures of the last six months sircmjriy inniraip msi mere will d s rash balance at the end of that period instead of a deficit.' The disbnroements for the last six months were not quite as muca as 1 estimated, and the re ceipts were more than the estimate given. I have prepared another state ment with the new figures before me and I hope it will be of some sintance at least a basis upon which others msy figure. kPiJf i 1 :,n is. Don't Advertise Unless you are absolutely on the level witK your customers Unless your goods are so excel lent that everyone who buys them once will want them again. Unless there is real need for what , you make , . ; , Unless you appreciate that it takes a long time and costs a lot of money to educate one hundred million peo ple to associate your trade mark with a - definite standard of quality ; Unless your business is built on the firm foundation of economical pro duction and sound finance. ' Published by the Barre Daily Times, in co-operation with The American Association of Advertising Agencies Automobile Insurance J.W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, PHONE 34-R. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Statement of Estimates of Expenditures and Receipts for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1923. Cash on hand July 1. 1022 $13800.02 Receipts from general revenue for fiscal year ending . June 30, 1023, (estimated) 2,300,000.00 Receipts from pledged revenue for the ssme period ' ' (estimated . 1 00.00011 R-ipts from 40 cents direct tsx (estimsted) 15.V0 ,000.00 : aa,V0 02 Expenditures for fiscal year ending June 30, 1923, (estimated) . . 8f3oo .000 00 Cash on .hand June 30, 1923, (estimated) 2W,VW 02 l he The statement is msde oa a ernsb basis with the expectation that all demands oa the treasurer win be taken care of whether current or long standing 1iabi1itieo. There is no attempt at this time to show the Unancisl condi tion of the state, taking in eonider tion the assets, both real and personal in nature, and the total indebtedne... I will endeavor to do that jn bit sn bus! report, Benjamin Uate. Auditor of Accounts. Corrected. Father If yrti wantsto nuka lit. bit son. Tea Bust strike out foe jour- s';f. Sen Ymfre mixed io vour Uth!1 talk. sd: if rmi str Ve out t-.hi net make a bit. fiostca Transcr-ft. Subbisf it la. Mrs. Ore merry Tfbst did ah sar c tbe judge when he asrd4 her ' d,. rorr ad th. fsmilr auto? Mr. Park Asked htm for mor mli tnoey cn:M ca.ntiia the a:. Mw Yt-rV ?ua. 66' TRESH AI WILL YOU Entertain One FOR A Fortnight ? OPEN YOUR HOME AND YOUR HEART GIVE THEM f Relief from their Tenement Streets Health and Fun in Your Green Fields " . - 1 THE FOLLOWING COMMITTEE FOR THIS COMMUNITY WILL EX PLAIN THE PLAN: MRS. J.'IL WOODRUFF, MRS. FRANK ROBINSON, MRS. F. C. WETMORE MRS. EARL BATCHELDER, MISS GRACE BROWN MRS. ARTHUR YOUNG, MRS. II. J. SLAYTON.