THE BAR11E DAILY TIMES, BARItE. VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1921..
The Oldest Trust Company in Vermont ,
Ninety-Ninth Semi-Annual Statement
The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company
January 1st, 1921
Loans secured by First
Loans personal and se
cured by collateral . . 469,552.32
United States Bonds
(Market Value) 419,685.00
Public Utilities Bonds
(Market Value) .... 172,835.00
Municipal Bonds (Market
War Savings Stamps 832.00
National Bank Stock
(Market Value) : . . . 57,700.00
Cash on hand and due
from Reserve agents . 345,873.05
Trust Investments ...... 224,017.07
Capital Stock . . . . . $100,000.00
Surplus reserved ; 192,500.00
Guaranty . 55,752,72 87,043.71
Treasurers' Checks Out
standing . . ,
90th Dividend . ;
Bills Payable . . .
Trust Funds . ,
A Bfg Reserve Fund
We call especial attention to two ihinars shown in the foregoing statement:
First, the exceptionally large RESERVE FUND FOR THE PROTECTION OF
DEPOSITORS, amounting to nearly HALF A MILLION DOLLARS, made up as
Capital Stock ". $100,000.00
Surplus Reserved . . 192,500.00
Undivided Profits $31,290.99
Trust Fund Guaranty : 55,752.72 87,043.71
Shareholders Liability (Not included in statement but a
part of the security provided by law for depositors) 100,000.00
Second, the large amount of QUICK ASSETS cash and bonds which we
constantly keep on hand : ,
United States Bonds $419,685.00
Public Utility Bonds 172,835.00
Municipal Bonds 825,880.00
War Savings Stamps . . 832.00
National Bank Stock 57,700.00
Cash on hand and due from Reserve Agents 345,873.05
A Strong Showing
The unusually strong showing made b ' The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust
Company is the result of fifty years of sound management, careful investment and
an ever present sense of responsibility to t ie thousands of depositors who have en
trusted their'savings or their business deposits to us.
Tiie Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co,
"The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont.
Depository of the State of Vermont.
Mrs. Andrew Corliss, 83, Died Jan. 12
Learned Esperanto After 70 Years.
.Mrs. Andrew loriiss passed away
Wedm'sduy morning, Jan. 12, after an
illness of several months, with harden
injj of the lung, following an attack
of hronehitii-. She was born in Harnet
83 vears ago and early in life united
with the Presbyterian church at Burnet
Center, of which she was a lifelong
When quite young, she came to this
town to teach school and mont of her
life was spent in thin locality, Fifty
eight years ago she was united in mar
riage to Andrew Corliss.
She in survived by her husband and
an only daughter, Mrs. George French
of Rochester, X. Y also one brother,
John Batrhclder of Lowden, X. II., and
two sisters, Mrs. Mary ,K. ltlair of
South I'eaeham and Mrs. Isabel Morgan
of Harriet, alno a sister-in-law, Mrs.
Sylvia Batehelder of St. Johnsbury.
She was a woman of rare intellectual
endowments and active in all good
works. She mastered Knperanto through
a correspondence course alter she was
70 years of age, receiving a diploma
from Washington, I). C. She will be
greatly missed bv a large circle of
friends. Funeral services will be held
Saturday at 10 a. in. at the Congrega
Principal Rolling II. Barrett of the
state agricultural schoo) gave an in
teresting address at the Brotherhood
meeting in the parish house last Mon
day evening. He took for his topic,
"Hybridization of Plants and Grains,"
and made the subject full of interest
to the seventy members present. The
iu .. .. . ..: l. .. i
Z- t n 7 H I T V ';nnd only
eompanied by Mrs. L. S. Brigham, pi
anist, .and Mrs. Charles Wood and
Stanhope Brigham as violinists. It is
expected that Hah K. Darling of Chel
sea will be the next speaker, and will
speak upon matters connected with the
M. M. Miller, 94, Works Every Day
Oldest Person in Town.
M. M. Miller, who resides on Blood
I brook, so-called, is seen now and then
driving through the village. Mr. Miller
i is the oldest person in town, being 04
years old, and has never missed an
election since he commenced to vote,
one town meeting since he
reached his majority, and that on ac
count of a death in the family. He
works every day and, while a man of
much property, would put some young
er men to shame along the line of la
bor. - .
I The new .gchoolhoufp in the north
especially proposals to
tinrl. .r -t ha town la rnnlri v nearirif
! I'"' " v'"' -" I J n
I completion. It will easily be the best
i building in town. '
Miss Shields of Groton was the guest
or .Mrs. J-.arle Smith' over Sunday.
Frank Phelps has gone to Lancaster,
A. 11., to work for the remainder of the
1 he topic lor next Sunday morning
will be "The Two Kingdoms.' There
will also be an illustrated address for
A pleasant meeting of the ladies was
held with Mrs. Lucy Bemis Wednesday
Be sure to come to the VVeonii social
Jan. 21, held at the Fast Brooklleld
church. Hear an interesting program.
Don't fonjet to brincr your pennies, for
supper is served on the Kuropean plan. LPotatoeS,
Bargains for Saturday
at Shadroui's Store
Remember the date, Jan. 21.
Sugar, per lb 9c
10 lbs. for 85c
Rolled Oats, 10 lbs 43c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, two
Monadnock. White House
and La Touraine Coffee,
per lb. . . 1 38c
Seedless Raisins, pkg. . . . 28c
Seeded Raisins, pkg 28c
Pea Beans, quart 13c
Campbell's Beans, 3 for . . 33c
World Soap, 10 cakes 70c
Star and P. & G. Soap, 10 i
cakes for 73c
Brookfield Eggs, dozen . . . 72c
Fine old Cheese, lb 3Sc
Peanut Butter, lb 23c
Quart Jar Honey $1.25
Pint Jar Honey 63c
All kinds of Meat, at low,
T.'G. McGarty & Son
107 South Main St. Tel. 6-J.
,v vuanu, ,Mrii w.(iy 0ii,iU iresi.
; oUgar aoC (,.nt for the coming year.
j Western Round Steak ... 30c' Cards have been received announcing
the marriage of Miss Ethel M. Berry
to Hubert A. Stebbins of Brattletsiro.
Mrs. Stebbins was a most succes-fiil
teacher in Middlesex for several vears.
B. L. Palmer, M. W. Reynolds and A.
P. Biirelow attended the dairymen's
meeting at Burlington this week.
The annual meeting of the ladies' aid j
was ,., who -Mrs. ,oeri lapnn on w(.rk. During his absence Superintend
Wednesday. At the business meeting. . r n K,n, f tl,
In one of the slowest games of the
season Woodsville defeated Lisbon in
the second game of the season by a
score of till to Hi. At no time after the
first five minutes of play was Lisbon
dangerous. After the first period (hey
repeatedly made long shots for the bas
kets when there were men to pass to.
Watson, who played back field, wag of
no use at all. Vcino ut forward and
Leavitt at guard did the best work.
i For Woodsville Sweeney was high with
15 bafkets, which beats the floor Tee-
lord. Carlson at center laved a great
game, scoring IS points. Larty, who
has only played a few games this year
1ms easily added 25 per cent value to
the team. The lineups: :
Smith, Walker, rf... if, Vcino :
Sweeney. If If. McDonald
Carlson, e. , e. Cii."inlerla!n I
Kirk, Taylor, lb lb, Wat-on
Larty, lb ll, Leavitt
Baskets from floor: miih 7. Sweeney
lfi, Carlson !, Vcino .". McDonald 2,
Chnmbcrlain 4, Watson. Leivitt.
The F.arl Brock po-t, American Le
gion, elected the following ollicers at
its regular meeting held Wednesday
evening: IJean JSrocK, commander; lius
sell Stinson Merton Miiler, vice-com
mander; adjutant. Weudall Clark;
treasurer, Hildreath; sergeant -at arms,
C. II. Ianphere.
Sixteen young people enjoyed a sleigh
ride to East Kyegat to a dance on
Principal French ha been confined to
the house with a severe cold all th
At a meeting of Randolph post.
American Legion, held last Thursday I
evening, the following officers were!
elected: Commander, E. C. Hrownellj
vice-commander, II. A. Hancock: adju-1
tant, R. L. Johnson; finance officer, E.
W. Austin; chaplain, Rev. Eraser
Metzger; executive committee, F. C.
Angell, J. P. Gifford, B. R. Madigan,
fll. (i. Mould, K. H. Melnfryre. State
Adjutant Allen Fletcher of Montpelier
was present and gave an interesting
talk on the condition of the Legion,
and the work of this organization
throughout the state.
Thirteen women eligible to become
members of the Woman's Auxiliary
Will Sage, who injured his eye while
chopping wood, by a flying chip, has
been to the Hanover, N. H., hospital
and was told that be would never see
again in that eye. Like some of the
soldiers killed in the last battle, Mr.
8age had only one more stroke to take
to drop the tree.
Pulpwood is moving to the railroad
station very fast, although there is but
a thin coating of snow in the road to
do it on.
The funeral of Mrs. Hiram Kingsbury
was held at the village church last
Monday, with burial at Post Mills,
wnere me iamuy joi is located, airs.
Bates Musical Follies
v In the Merry Musical Mix-up
"Bringing- Home Father"
Don't Miss This You'll Cry With Laughter Also
With An Ail-Star Cast and
"'A SAPHEAD'S SACRIFICE
an. the family were all at home when
the end came. She leaves a husband
and two children, now of Boston.
C. C. Coburn, chairman of the select
men, has been on the sick list the past
week and is no better at this writing.
I , f 41, A lmn.Un T n.ri'n ......
evening and organized an anshW. I Kingsbury was a most estimable worn
with Mrs. JyP. Gifford as president;
Mrs. F. C. Angel), vice-president; Mrs.
li. 1j. .lohnson, treasurer; Miss Mil
dred Hatch, secretary; Mrs. E.' W.
Austin, Miss Ruby Thaler and Mrs.
J. H. Stehle as executive committee;
Mrs. C. W. Danyow, Mis Ruth Thay
er, Mrs. Floyd Hodgkins, Miss Ida
Hatch and Mrs. Wiley as membership
committee; Mrs. Gifford and Mrs. Aus
tin delegates to the convention at Bur
lington, on Friday and Mrs. Floyd
Hodgkins and Mrs. R. L. Johnson as
alternates. The meetings will be held
every third Friday evenings.
During the absence of Roy L. John
son at Montpelier, tV home is closed
and Mrs. Johnson is stopping with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. WV. Danvow.
Mrs. Olivia Fisher of Portsmouth,
V. H., is at the home of Mrs. Homer
White, while she is packing and dis
posing of the household effects of the
late Mrs. E. S. Fogg. It is expected
that the house will be sold later.
Harold Phelps, condenser at the
Hood plant, has been in Boston for a
few days on a business trip.
Mrs. Edward St. Lawrence under
went a serious operation at the sana
torium the last of the week, from
which she is recovering.
xtm Feadttc Tonight
Big Matinee To-morrow for the Kiddies.
Next Sunday morning at the I'niver
salist church in Washington, the pas
tor, Rev. C. A. Simmons, will preach a
sermon upon the topic, ''The Universa
list Conception of Heaven ami Hell."
Everyone is cordially invited to attend
this service. Sunday school at noon.
Coughs ajid Colds
Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat
Banished By Hyomei
The irermj of catarrh do not exiat in
the um atmosphere with antiseptic
Hyomei (pronounce it Hiph-o-me).
Brratha Hyomei end relirf from catarrh.
CQvurlM, ore throat or cold will come in j
Breathe Hyomei and that alomtu-h training-
hawking- in the morn inn will quickly
it vrvrtHu A LI11 .i.. ... u
v (u.,K-. mi,. -..iirrii
i - . . i. .i : ,i i i .
ICS Miriam Angell has gone to Bos- the diachanre of mura and prevent crut
with Miss from forming- in the nnae.
I Breathe Hyomei for a few minutes each
dnr and rid yourself of contemptible ca
Breathe Hyomei irive It faithful trial
and then, if you are not fatiofled, you can
have your money back. !
Hyomei ia aold by Red Cross Pharmacy and !
ton for a few days stay
Dr. Anna Degenring of Elizalieth,
X. J is being entertained by her sis
ter, Mrs. E. ('. Brownell.
Rev. Fraser Met.ger spoke at Bel
lows Falls on the Congregational world
movement and went from there to Chi
cago, where he attended a meeting of
the national soeisl service committee
of the Congregational church, of which
he is a member. Friday he will at
tend a meeting of the American Le
gion in Burlington.
Salt pork, our own pack, per pound,
20c. Special prices on barrel lots. F.
Jerd't market, Randolph.
Ends indigestion j
It relieves stomach misery, tourstom-i
fcch, belching and all stomach dise-as
or money back. Large box of tablet
all druggist in all towns.
Where Everybody Goes
Presents for To-day Only
In the New Fox Feature
Merely Mary Ann
From the Great Stage Success By Israel Zangwell From
Drudge to Social Qlieen A Romance of Below
and Above the Stairs Also
The Last Episode of THE VANISHING DAGGER
THE LATEST NEW SWEEKLY
"The Path She Chose"
PARK- YOUR CAR, Comedy, and BRIDE 13
I Western Roast Beef 23c
j Good heavy Chock Beef . . 22c
Good Bacon, in stripes, lb. 29c
Pure Lard 20c
Compound Lard 15c
World Soap, Babbitt's,
Star, Naphtha, Arrow,
Borax, Sunny Monday,
all, 10 cakes for 72c
Clean Easy Soap 10 cakes 50c
Tall can Pink Salmon .... 17c
Tall can Libby Red Salmon 33c
Hat can Libby Red Salmon 10c
Fancy Head Rice, 2 lbs. for 25c
Cabbage, good, lb 3c
4 lbs. Pop Corn, on cob . . 25c
4 cans Sardines for 25c
Lemons, dozen 20c
Walter Russell has finished work
for ('. ('. Taft and is now working for
W. L. Terkins.
Bingham ha commenced work
necticut General Life In.
1 C..A. Binp
for the Con
D. I). Latch pent the week end with
hi -family in Burlington.
CUT THIS OUT
OLD ENGLISH RECIPE FOR CA
TARRH, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS
AND HEAD NOISES
fubjeets. On Wedriesda v lat the bovg
of the high achiMil presented Mr. French
a hai-kct of fruit.
X'Non l)ebloi, wlio has been em
ployed at the Bal-ams, Dixville Notch,
V. II., returned to the Tiome of his non,
Tim, on Monday lat. On Wednesday
lie was taken to the hospital. For a
long time he h;is been troubled with
heart complicntions and this attack nat
very severe, from which it i doubtful
if he recovers.
The older boys' conference ftr the
itate of Vermont was held in St. Johiii
bury to-dav. Those who attended from
( here were: Representing the high)
j school, (Jeorge Amidoti, Harold Miller,;
liiailes Wilson, I harles (.rant; rejire-(
aenting the Sunday school, Sam Stan
ley, Will Lindsay, Clif (iriswold.
10 lbs. Rolled Oats 43c
10 lbs. Graham ..; 45c
10 !bs. A. Oatmeal 50c
Nut Oleo, lb 30c
Swift Premium, lb 35c
and a good many other bar
gains. Call and see us. You
will save money.
J. G. Shadroui '
115 So. Main St. Tel. 273-W.
If ymi know of some one who id troubled
w1 1 h Catarrhal Deaf n., heil noium or
ordinary catarrh cut out IhU formula and
2- rj - nana it ui mem ana you may nave own
tJC-, OUC, i OC th mean of 8.ifWf pome poor mfferer
pf-rhnp from totai dranra. In Knirland
tun?ntmU for a Umsr time jt have rwo
nid that catarrh m a constitutional duM-aae
and neceaaariiy requim corustuu tional trewt
menU Spray, inhalers and none dourhn are
lir.kle to Irritate the dHiraT air ptiMiurr
and forre the disease Into the middle ear
w-hich frequently imon total deafnraa, or
eke thia disease may he driven iwn the
air pajtaatrra towardn the lunps whirh ia
equally aa danjferoua. The filkrw ins
formula which ia used extensively in the
damp Knl'h - climate ia a constitutional
Mr. O. C. (Jrandflcld was in Huilintr-
ton one day la-t week.
Mrs. ;eori;e Miller of Wait.-field is
vi-.it in Mr. J. 1'. I'.oyce.
The Kay ton home demonstration
bureau nii-t with Mrs. 0. '. (trandhVld
Wtdnesday. Mix Mildred Iloice, home
d nionst ration aj;ent, was preM'nt and
the day was pcnt with sewing of dif
ferent kind. Mrs. Grandrield served a
very Isiuntiful dinner, which was much
enjoyed. There were present and
four new members . were added. The
next meeting i to lie spent making
ltavmond Hritrirs. the Washington
airent. vui th farmer of,thi
Fine Granulated Sugar, 10 !Good Butter, lb 58c
lbs. 89c McLeod IJutter, lb 60c
I Mealy Potatoes, peck 39c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz. . 80c
Roast Beef, lb., 23c Brooklleld Eggs, doz 75c
iBoiling and Stewing Beef, Soap, all kinds, cake 7c
lb. ... .v. 15c, ISc, 20c - ase & banborn or hue
iSmoked Shoulder, lb 23c House Coffee, lb 3Sc
Fresh Shoulder, lb. . 23c t'Ood Raisins, pkg 28c
Roast Pork, lb. . . 25c, 30c 35c Cocoa, bulk, lb 18c
tn-atmcnt and hem Id prove especially ef- cotiiitv
m-r favorable climate condition.. rommnnity UP(!nPMliT iftermain at J.J
Secure fmm your druwrtat one ounce of 1 .V'i. Ten mi n were present ami j
iVrm-nt Ihmble ptrenirthi. Take this H Very profitaMe mo ti!ll was hi'ld.
home and add to it V, pint of hot water lMan were nindp iir annthrr flieetiii"!
and a little granulati-d autiar: mtir unil ' i i n i J I
dWv.d. Take em-tablcxnful four time l-JWiiarr. ff. 1 lloyre afipoint.
a 4y. Thin will often brina oni-p rrJlrf n rhaimian of the orirnnization. H. liJ
from ditrwinr head notnea. 'kv(rtt noa
triU should ien. breathmc brenme uy
nd btarinir imi rrve tut tbe infl nmmntNm
in the eirttnchinn tubm In redurei I'ar
mnt fH In this way art directly upon
the bk i a nd m uroua u rf acea of the t y
trm and h.i a tonic action that helpa to
fttain th- dfir?d reaultn. The rrrparatiiin
: eay U mik. co"U little and v pb'aa
ant to take. Every p-r n who haa ca.
mri'h r hmd noia or fa hard of hfrinc
hc-u!d frtve thia treatment a triaL Adv.
Wliallrv f the poultry intt'nt. L. H. ;
Stnti ii he dairy wrk and ( imii.j
MixJtHin f potato work. i
V.r. K. II. Wlmilry i caring for'
ir. jpuncr of aitmIt1.
The .reen Mountain Inmln'r cot
any has opened its mill.
Dennis (JritJin a in Montpelier la
OLD" PRICES AGAIN i
Pork Steak, lb 3Sc Two cans good Corn
Frankfurts. lb 22c Compound Lard, lb. .
IComnolind Lard, lb 14c Pure Lard. lb. ......
IMacarom and Spaghetti,
three pkgs "...
ISweet Corn, 2 cans for . .
Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for . .
jGranulated Corn Meal, 10
jCream Cheese, lb
Kellogg's Corn Flakes,
pkgs. for 33c Smoked Shoulder, lb
o pail Lomp. Lard
5 pail Pure Lard ,
25c Pea Beans, lb
45c ("cod Roast Pork, lb 28c
Pork Chops or Steak, lb. . .
40c 30c, 35c
35c Western Round Steak, lb. 29c
Beef .to boil, lb. . 10c, 20c
4c ELSEWHERE AT. 50c ELSEWHERE
COFFEE 0" TEAS
CRCUND OR IS m
.Evaporated link, 2 cans. 25c
jGood Soap, 6 bars for .... 25c
ILighthouse Soap Powder,
Salt Pork. lb. only 20c
Pure and Very Llestl
LXcptal Val Sahl t la-wkvr (ar SOc ( 60c
BAKING POWDER 30'
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