THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, EARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920.
BARRE DAILY TIMES
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There are aid to bo 117,571 women
in Vermont eligible to vote. That
makes enough to send the state Dem
ocratic if the new voters were to align
themselves with that party, which is a
contingency not at all expected.
Those lessons in citizenship are now
greatly needed since the women were
admitted to the right of voting. At
the same time there are a good many
men now exercising the right of auf
frage who ought to be put through the
same course of instruction. The wom
en have no monopoly on the ignorance
regarding civic matters.
Tonzi threatens to expose s certain
well known "philanthropist" of Boston
who backed out of the scheme and
caused the collapse of the house of
cards. The "philanthropist" must be
the collective man who surrendered
many millions of dollars to Ponzi, en
abling him to live in a mansion, drive
a splendid limousine, dresa in the
height of fashion and give every evi
dence of luxurious ease. They were
the real philanthropists.
HARDING AS A PLACATER.
Decision of Senator Hiram Johnson
of California to go on a speaking tour
in behalf of the candidacy of Senator
Harding closes up another gap caused
by the rancor of the Republican na
tional convention and will go far to
ward restoring allegiance of aome Re
publicans who were more or less alien
ated when their favorite candidate,
Senator Johnson, was lost in the shuf
fle at Chicago last June. One note
worthy feature of Harding's candidacy
to date has been the ability he has dis
played, together with his adviser, in
smoothing over the ruffled feelings and
patting the pride of this or that per
son who felt himself aggrieved by
iome artion taken inside the party.
In this respect Harding shows come
resemblance to the man McKinley, who
was held up as an example of the
Harding type of man. McKinley had a
wonderful faculty of salving the
wounds of fellow-party men. Senator
Harding is following along a similar
course and is undoubtedly solidifying
the strength of the Republican party
preparatory to the election in November.
Mrs. Douglas Barclay and children
at Barre are guests of the former't
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Manches
ter. Miss Ida Gieborn of Montpelier Is
passing several days here with her sis
ter, Mrs. John DuBois.
Mrs. M. E. Saxton and her daugh
ter, Miss Lucina Saxton, arrived here
on Thursday for a two weeks' vaca
tion with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Beedle.
Mrs. L. B. Johnson has been in Mont
pelier this week to visit relatives.
Miss Ona Ladd, after attending sum
mer school at Middlebury colllege, came
home on Thursday to remain for three
weeks or till the opening of the col
lege, when she will enter the senior
rlats. Two teachers of the Spanish lan
'gtiage from this college came with her
for a, two weeks' tay.
Mrs. Florence Osteyee, who has been
in Springfield, Mass., to visit her sons,
arrived here on Thursday to visit Mrs.
A. T. Morse and other friends and will
remain a few days before going to
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Richardson of
Bristol, Conn., are passing a few days
here with Dr. and Mrs. .T. P. Gifford.
Dr. Richardson formerly was associat
ed in the practice of medicine here
with Dr. Gifford.
Twin sons, James Dean and John
Gregory, were born August 10 to Mr.
and Mrs. Dean Wedewood of Wood
bury, Conn. The children are grand
sons of Mrs. W. F. Wedgewood.
A daughter, Helen Teresa, was born
Fridsy to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sault.
Richard Wiswall of Salem, Mass.,
was at the Wiswall cottage over Sun
day and. on his return the first of the
week, took his little son, Richard, jr,
home with him.
A daughter, Laura Ruth, was born
August 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bar
comb. The . food ale given by the Metho
dist ladies last Saturday was a suc
cess and they realised about tl--
Mrs. M. G. Ferry and son of Mont
pelier are th guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Services will be resumed at the Beth
any church on Sunday and the pastor,
Rev. Frsser Metrger, will be in his
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moor, eon, Al
fred, jr., and daughter, Roe, of Toron
to, Canada, have been recent guests
il Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Holman. leaving
bere on Monday.
Rer. and Mrs. R. H Moore and Mr.
Butler left Thursday for Lyn,Knville.
here the funeral of the late Mr, Bitt
er will be held this week. The remains
a ere taken by auto hcare to Lyndon
.He, and the fam:!r ent br train.
Jfr. and Mrs. Clarence Pitkin and
wo children from Norfolk Downs,
lisss.csme Sunday tojii: Mrs. W. D.
;k and sister. Mrs Mitchell Rve.
Down to rock bottom
the price on every
$3.00 Hats at.... $1.50
$5.00 Hats at.... 2.50
$7.00 Hats. at.... 3.50
All Children's Straw
Hats just one-half
for Men and Boys
90c to $1.75
MEN'S ' SUITS
A few. now priced
$22.50 to $47.50
for values up to $65.00.
New Fall Suits are be
ginning to arrive a
few Fashion Park
models. See them.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Visit the cut-price sale on oxfords
and pumps at Tilden'a. adv.
Save money by purchasing low shoes
and pumps now at Tilden's cut-price
sale. adv. .
TALK OF THE TOWN
Long-distance and general trucking;
truck is also equipped to carry parties;
will seat between 15 and 20 people. All
pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling
Works. Call 716-M of'746-W.
F. H. Rogers &
Mr. Pitkin will remain till Friday and
leave his family for a longer stay.
Mr. and Mrs. X H. DuBois have re
turned from a few days' tay at Lake
Those using the village water are
cautioned to be careful and avoid
waste, in view of the shortened sup-
Frank Chandler, John Hyatt Brewer
of Brooklyn, X. Y., and C. Stedman
Chandler of Keene, N. H., are guests
of Colonel and Mrs. A. B. Chandler.
Mrs. Arthur Galarneau and son and
Misses Margaret Cheney and Arene
Rumrill are guests at the cottage of
E. T. Salisbury at Greensboro.
Mr. and Mre. H. E. Morton of Hyde
Park, Mass., are visiting at the homes
of Mrs. R. O. Morton and Mr. and Mrs.
A. if. Hubbard.
LETTERS TOTHE EDITOR j
CoL F. B. Thomas' Candidacy.
Editor, Barre Times: Colonel Fred
B Thomas of Montpelier, as candidate
for state's attorney, is the only veter
an of the World war whose name is
before the Republican voters of Wash
ington county for nomination to a
county office. Without casting any re
flections upon any other candidate, his
friends feel confident that the voters
of the county will want to support him
and thus recognize these veterans by 4
nominating one of their number on the
county ticket. They contend that since
there are nine county officers to elect
it it fair and reasonable that at least
one should be an ex-aervice man, and
in Colonel Thomas they have a wor
thy candidate". Arthur Ellis.
and Trust Co.
Safety of principal is
more to be desired than
high rates of interest.
Some of our invest
$140,000 U. S. Liberty
and Victory Bonds
$30,000 State of Ver
$75,000 City of Mont
4 Tcr Cent raid on
Banking by Mail Safe
GEO U RLAVCHARD, Pre
FRANK X 6VI1TH, Trea.urer
TODAY Now Is Your Chance
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and 24 Selections - 12-85c Records
of Your Own Choosing
AT last we've "got a big shipment of Pathe
f Phonographs. The very latest, most up-to-date
models. We are offering them on the
easiest kind of terms to music lovers who want
real music and who want the very finest phono
graph made. The Supreme Phonograph A
Our Supply May Only Last A Short
Time So You Must ACT QUICKLY
Come in now pick out the Records included
in this offer, play them on the Pathe Model you
like best and you will be convinced that the
Pathe Phonograph and Pathe Records are supreme
A Phonograph you'll be proud to own.
The Pathe costs no more than the ordinary phonograph,
Barre Drug Company
"WATCH FOR OCR NEW STORE OPENING VEHY 60ON."
!0S NORTH MAIN STREET, TEMPORARY STORE.
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Ask the man on the roof
The Best Asphalt
We can fill your orders if we re
ceive them at once.
The N. D. Phelps Co., Inc.
We have cut the price on our entire line of Men's and
Women's Low Shoes and Pumps.
We have a good assortment of styles, sizes and widths.
You will save money by purchasing now for next sum
mer at these prices.
$12.00 values; sale price : $9-49
$11.00 values; sale price 8.49
$10.00 values; sale price 8.49
$ 8.00 values; sale price 6.49
$ 7.00 values; sale price 5.49
$ 6.50 values; sale price 5.49
$ 6.00 values; sale price 4.98
$16.00 values; sale price $12.00
$15.00 values; sale price 12.00
$ 9.50 values; sale price 7.49
$ 8.00 values; sale price $5.9S and $6.98
Ti.den Shoe Co.
Currier Block, 187 North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
All Men's and Ladies'
Low Shoes, and Pumps
In this Sale (Except White)
$10.00 and $12.00 LOW SHOES and PUMPS, now $$.93
$ 8.00 and $ 9.00.LOW SHOES and PUMPS, now -. 6.93
5 7.00 LOW SHOES and PUMPS, now , 5.95
$ 6.00 LOW SHOES and PUMPS, now 4.93
These are all new goods this season. Come early while we have your size
If you have a small foot look on our bargain table
Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop
Benjamin Franklin said:
"Diligence is the mother of good luck."
Working for Our
We have never hesitated to avail ourselves
of all modern improvements and service to
help our customers in the furtherance of
their industrial, commercial and personal
banking requirements, as well as in all
QUARRY SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO.
BENA.EASTMAN.Pras. H.J.M.JONES.V-?rm C.M.WILLET.Trss
Bam A. Eastmsa 3. M. BAutwdl W. G. lUgnxdd . H. T. Cutis
CUSeott iLJ.H. Jonm B. W. Hookar H. H. Jsskaoa
Fire Insurance Company
of Montpelier, Vt.
' NINETY-THIRD YEAR 1
Premium Note Capital and
Assets $ 12,707,608.59
Insurance in Force. ....... 119,521,431.00
Important Factors in the Management
ot This Company .
It insures all classes of insurable property at the
lowest possible rates, consistent with safety.
It holds all Assets, including advance premiums,
to best safeguard the welfare of policy hold
ers against any extraordinary emergency.
It practices prompt and equitable adjustment and
payment of all honest losses.
It extends to policy holders, in all matters in
which they, are interested as insurers,
fair and courteous treatment.
Policies Written Under Mutual or Paid-tip Plan at
Actual Cost No Profit
Consider this fact when placing your Automobile
Fire Insurance. Rates on Automobiles
have recently been reduced one-half.
If seeking insurance, see our Local Agents.
McAllister & Kent
Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange
DEAD MONEY AND
Money stored away at home is dead. Money
deposited in the bank is alive. The only kind of
money that grows is live money. Every minute
that it lies in the bank it is aiding you in the in
crease of your prosperity.
The First National Bank
Established in 1865
A Good Bank in a Good Town
Does MORE Work with LESS Labor
No stm to wsit (or, no pipe lines to leak, no lng lints of over
bead shafting, only useful power for every cent expended for current
this is hst you ?ain with r.-E Motor Drie in your plant.
Xo power is wasted and breskdowns r rara in th electrlrmlly
operated shop or factory.
Let us show you where you ran sava money anl increase production
with electric motors.
BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
Telephone 98, Barra, Vermont.
MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO.
Telephone 6, Montpelier, Vermont
Living Room Suites Moderately Priced
For a kng time we havo been preaching- the doctrine of "furnish tm
room at a time and furnish that room well."
In bne with this we offer a number of splendid suites; all moderately
rY.ff ff overstuffed suite, tapestry rmerlnp. spring at with
Ioom. mh:ons, spring filled top and back.
Three piece mahogany suites, with leather or tapestry cetveriBf.
Four pie F.oed suites. Silvertooe finih, something entirely new and
are fhe FEAT. TH!N for style and beauty.
LET I S J-HOW VOL.
A. W. Badger & Co.
t . s4 U-4 laWlww fin...! AfwwSMaton W-TM. 4? W
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