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THE BAKKJ3 DA1JLY TIMJSS. BAKK1-, VT., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920.
ii 1 1 ii. 1 1 1 i. i i m ; - -- : , ' TV II M . ra! Ill Iff Ill BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920. FuMi.had Ev, Waek-Dar Afternoon i by THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. UiC , frank E. Laniley. Publteher EnUrad at the Poatoffice at Barra aa Second Clau Mall Matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES On rear by mall J?? Tfcrea montha by mail .. On. month by mail.... -82 SlnU copy eent All aubtcrlptlona cash In advance. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' Th AMoctated Pre to eEtluai.alj tntiUea U th. urn fw republication af all nw. dia- . . . . i . . tU n i ma, rr.fl. itad In thto papar, and alao thi local tiewa puoiiaac ui.rexn. That the Pacific coast ia ft long way from the Atlantic coast has been forci by brought to the attention of the east ern editors waiting for news of the Democratic convention. m s i The action of the Italian government in refusing to allow Italian automobile manufacturers to sell more than ten per cent of their product in Italy may, perhaps, be interpreted as a bit of paternalistic regulation which the public purse is unable to regulate. It will also necessarily mean a small pro duction because the other countries of Europe are putting up the tariff bars against foreign-made cars. The conservation commissioner of the state of New York has issued an or der forbidding the use of fire balloons during the Fourth of July celebration or at any time during the summer sea son. The reason for the order is the danger to the forest from the balloons. A similar 6rder ought to be in effect in Vermont during the summer months, for Vermont has considerable forest area which ought to be protected in very possible way. If you've just left the institute of 1 e a r ning and are about to insti tute p r o c e e dings to make yourself indis pensable to the busi ness world, it's well to , remember the words of Roger W. Babson: "There is nothing in business, next to integrity and industry, that counts as much as good manners." Here are business suits for young men that grace good manners. Style without f reakish ness. Prices, $18.50 to .$65.00. F. H. Rogers & Company As the qualifications and purposes of John W. Gordon of Barre become bet ter known to the voters of the second district of Vermont there is a decided trend of sentiment in favor of bis can didacy for representative in Congress to succeed Porter H. Dale of Island Pond, who has held the office for. three terms. Mr. Gordon's mental fiitness and his training and his oratorial abil ities, coupled with the sterling worth of the man, are commending them selves to the second district in no mis takable manner. Mr. Gordon is an ev ery -day, approachable sort of man, companionable and agreeable; and he has close sympathy with the aims und annirations of his fellow-men. If be should be chosen to represent the dis trict in Congress he would serve Ver mont with distinct credit. In fact, he is the type of man whom Vermont should delight to send to Washington, Semi-annual statement OF THE Capital Savings Bank And Trust Company JULY 1, 1920 RESOURCES I-oann U. S. Liberty and Victory bonds . ... . ... . . State, county, city, town and school district bonds Bank stock Caeb on hand and in banks .$2,02i),477.39 . 423.089.4tl . 2(13,832.38 12.730.00 . 208.973.17 $2,070,122.40 LIABILITIES . . $100,1X10.00 a p 5 ' z.wm:m Due depositors 100,000.00 W5 a ' 184.108.40.206.1 Undivided profits -(i00 Dividend unpaid Kvtn'i Dividend No. 38, July 1. 1020 .., Treasurer's check, outstanding Bills payable $2,070,122.40 Deposits made in the Savings Department on or be fore July 13 draw interest from July 1 at 4 per ct. " OFFICERS GEO L BLANCHARD. Pres. EDWARD H. DEAVITT. Vice-Pres. H JULIUS VOl.HOLM. Vice-Pres. FRANK N. SMITH, Tress. EAP.LK H. SHERBURN, Awt. Treas. TRUSTEES GEO L. BLANCHARD H. JULIUS VOLHOLM EDWARD H. TEAVITT FRANK N. SMITH TIMOTHY E. CALLAHAN W. G. NYE of Norta Montpelrir HARRY DANIELS of Et Montplier w "N. . i - ma M You can get more comfort, more style and more wear out of a pair of Walk -Over Shoes 5Vhen fitted the Walk-Over way, than . you have ever had before experienced. The English Shoe is the proper style this season for the particular man or woman. Our stock of this shoe is complete, and we can properly fit you. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop Semi-Annual Statement 0 F The Peoples National Bank f Barre Statement, July 1, 1920 $750,635.74 3.24 RESOURCES Time and demand loans AffAtatiin-rf a ......... .a U. S. bonds to secure circulation 192'222 a2 Other U. S. bonds 69,250.00 Other bonds and securities 16Q'l-Ti War savings stamps ,K4 J?4 Cash on hand and in banks 154,4 61 .44 5 per cent redemption fund 5,00 0.00 Interest earned but not collected $1,835,335.95 LIABILITIES Capital stock Surplus and profits Discount collected but not earned .... Reserved for interest and taxes accrued Circulating notes Dividend No. 33 Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank Bills payable Deposits ....... . y ....... . $100,000.00 52,598.62 ' 2,239.05 4,063.86 100,000.00 3,500.00 33,540.81 30,000.00 1,509,393.61 $1,835,335.95 TNPRFASE IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT FOR PAST SIX MONTHS $184,351 NUMBEfo 'NEW ACCOUNTS IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT PAST SIX MONTHS. 418 Deposits made in Savings Department on or before Tuesday, July 13, 1920, will draw interest from July 1, 1920, at 4 per cent . ... A V . ,s-n v.vnht.r.v Safe Deposit Boxes Steamship Tickets on Ail mes There's always a welcome for you at this bank ! Travelers' Cheques OFFICERS t a Ttrt i.,w W. M. IIOLDEN, Vice-President F. D. LADD, President JR F. K. BEARD, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS v n T ADD A. J. YOUNG C. W. AVERILL W M heN W- D. SMITH W. C. JOHNSON, JR. W.M.HOLDEN F.L.SARGENT ACCUMULATE for a Rainy Day There is no shelter against adversity like a bank book, representing a good interest-rbearing account. Start now while the skies are clear. A new interest period starts July 1st. QUARRY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. BEN A.EASTMAN, Pres. T J.M.JONES. V-Pwa. C M.WTLLET.Tra, DIRECTORS : BeA. Eaatman J. M. Boutwall W. G. Reynold H. F. CutW B. L. Scott H.J. M.Jonea B.W.Hookar H. H. Jactoo -- -f- , E. MONTPELIER CENTER Tin .-v.. nan;l rcivfd n early call to Wil'lianigtown lat Saturday morn ing, sayhiff his Mwmill there waa on fire. He found it was a lot of lumber, instead, which wa burned, causing ebout $2,000 loss. Kay Hall, who ban been teaming in ('.uniWn Inninr hieh echool, ia hits 'in. t - . u II at the home of hia tinrle, W . A. Hall, for a part of his vacation. The poHtponed ladies' night a-t the prange will be held July 7, when the farce will be presented and a good mu sical program besides. The public ia cordially invited to attend and be en tertained bv the ladies of the grange. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Clark and son, Harold, took an auto trip to Woodbury June 23, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Stanley. Miss Lillian Kelley of New Hrk City is the guest of her sister, Mrs. YViiliam Stanley. Mrs. M. A. Williams, who was spend ing the summer with her daughter, rvawfnrri. waa called not long ago to the home of her son in Lynn, Mas. Mrs. Byron Crawford went laat Sat urday to Bethel to visit relatives and returned home Monday night. ii,..mrt in th hurt- time, lark of help, etc., the annual Fourth of July picnic at the Center will not ne neia moo- f- . .. V Mies Kvelvn Oallison arrived home from Melrose, Mass., to-day for a vara- I Interest Guaranteed To Savings Depositors At the Rate Deposits made on or before July 13th draw interest from July 1st. Deposits by mail solicited. Two voune daugh ters of Carl Ribley came with her to spend their vacation with their aunt. Mrs. L. W. Sibley. W ild strawberries are more pienmui than usual thia season and- many will have a large crop of garden berries. Harry Vincent and family motored to Concord, X. H., lat week and re turned home from Brattleboro last fn.i ninSt brimrinir with thera Mr. Dodge and Miss Charlotte Dodge to spend the week wittl tneir uaugnier and sister. Mrs. Vinwwit. Mrs. Alfred Brazier and two chil dren returned home Tuesday night from a. visit of over a week with rela tives in Quechee. Mr. and Mrs. George Wood and daughter of Montpelier spent last Hun day a,t the home oi Charles Curtis. Raymond Oallison and family took a long automobile trip lat Kunday to Lake Willoughhy, going one way and back mother. They were accompanied bv Mra. (Jallison's "father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Mclvniyht, of Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. John Buck and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall went to Brookfield lant Sunday bv automobile. Mr. and Mr. Lyle Young and broth er. Will Foster, and sister, Miss Julia F'oster, also a cousin. Miss Emma Foster, of Montpelier had a very en joyable automobile ride last Sunday to Smuggler's Notch, where they thought the scenery grand. They stopped for dinner at the Waterbury inn. Mrs. James Young returned last Sun day from over a week camping at Joe's pond with friends from Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. George Short t of Shar on have been recent visitor in town, calling on former neighbors ana menus. Haying has commenced in earnest. The hard showers this week damaged some that was cut and lodged a good deal more heavy graas and clover. MIDDLESEX Miss Tauline Carson of Burlington is visiting her aunt, Mr. George At kins. Mr. and Mrs. William Salter of Al burg spent Sunday night and Monday with their daughter, Mrs. Albert Free man. Herman Collins entertained a party of hia yountf friends Thursday after noon in honor of his seventh birthday. Games were enjoved, followed by re freshment of take and ice cream. James Hall, who is very ill at Heat on hospital, 'does not improve as fast as his friends would wish. Robert O. Pesso and Mies Ksthcr C. Blakely of Underhill were married by Rev. R, B. Fay at Essex Center on Wednesday, June 30. They came here immediately after the ceremony and will live in the upper tenement of the Heath house. Velmar, Gladys and Maurice Burn ham of Marshfteld are visiting their uncle, Klbridge Burnliam, and wife. Mrs. F. X. Bliss of Boston has been a recent guest of Mrs. Frank Soniera. The Home circle will meet with Mrs. George Bruce on Wednesday, July 7. Good pianos at reasonable prices at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Northfield Trust Go. Northfield, Vt. MUTUAL FRIENDSHIP Mutual friendship means friendship that is reciprocated or appreciated. The word "Mutual," which is always applied to the old type savmgs banks mns recip rocaUv acting or for the common good. In plain language, it means the depositors have ith? benefit of all the profits, a part of which is reserved, according to law. for the protection of deposits from possible loss, and the remainder is distributed among the accounts of the depositors at an equal rate of interest. Now, observe how this works out. " m,:mj u NorthfieldJRavings Bank has the maximum reserve or surplus fund required by law of all state banks for the protection of deposits from possible loss. Northfield Savings Bank for the NINTH consecutive semi-annual period will pay its DEPOSITORS at a rate of interest more than four per cent Interest Jy 1, 1 Ju. By the way, this is a record in Vermont. . . ...,. rn,,n.v Northfield Savings Bank is the only mutual savings bank m ashington County. Deposits made on or before JULY 10TII will begin to draw interest from July 1st. Assets a million and a half. NORTHFIELD SAVINGS BANK Northfield, Vermont Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-SECOND YEAR Assets $11,653,426.00 Insurance in Force. 112,201,181.00 Number of Policies in Force, 57,750 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange Your Money Deposited With us on or before July 10, .1920 Draws Interest From July 1, 1920 The First National Bank of Montpelier Ettabliihed in 1S65 A Good Bank m a Good Town Granite Savings Bank & Trust Company Barre, Vermont OLDEST BANK IN BARRE ORGANIZED 1SS3-ASSETS OVER $2,200,000.00 STATEMENT, JULY 1, 1920 The N. D. PhepS CO. . Inc. Flags ! Flags I ' Flags ! Observe your nation's birthday and wave Old Glory to the breeze. We can supply your demands if you come early. From 2c to $2.20 7 Phone 28 Barre, Vt. -S3 jaZECBBBSBI I RESOUPXES. Loans Real estate and banking house Bonds and securities . United States Government bonds . Accrued interest receivable Other assets CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS .$1,532,134.40 21.355.78 . 371,100.00 . 173.050.00 30.726.59 10.49S.22 . 149.13S.45 $2,283,003.45 LIABILITIES Capital stock Surplus and profits Dividend, semi-annual 3 per cent . . . Bills payable $75,000.00 43.792.51 2.250.00 40,000.00 DEPOSITS (including interest due depos itors, July l. 1920) 2.126.960.91 $2,283,003.45 THIS BANK PAYS TAXES ON ALL DEPOSITS Deposits made on or before JULY 13, will draw Interest from JULY 1. at 4 Per Cent WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT OFFICERS JOHN TROW, President FRANK F. CAVE, Vice-Pre5ident CHAS. II. WIS HART. Treasurer DIRECTORS JOHN TROW CARVER ESI'ISSgfoN CHAS. H. WSHA "Built not Stuffed' -. it:- 'zJ- 3;mMcrnioor a 1 ! v ; nr.M A wrv i; tr u.s.pat.off. Special for this Week A $33.00 Otermoor for $31.00. Let us fhow vou. A. W. Badger & Co. A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE