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THE JJAHRK DAILY TIMES, BAllltE, VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 2.5, 1021.
The Oldest Trust Company in Vermont Ninety-Ninth Semi-Annual Statement OF The Vlontpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company January 1st, 1921 RESOURCES Loans secured by First Mortgage $2,628,581.92 Loans personal and se cured bjr collateral .'. 469,552.32 United States Bonds . (Market Value) 419,685.00 Public Utilities Bonds (Market Value) .... 172,835.00 Municipal Bonds (Market Value) 825,880.00 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 224,047.07 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus reserved 192,500.00 Undivided Pro fits $31,290.99 Trust Fund Guaranty . 55,752,72 Deposits Treasurers' Checks 'Out standing 90th Dividend Extra Dividend Bills Payable 87,043.71 4,447,267.44 35,128.14 6,000.00 3,000.00 50,000.00 Trust Funds 224.047.07 $5,144,986.36 $5,144,986.36 WELLS RIVER Woodsville Defeats Littleton By a Score of 54 to 42. In nn interesting game in which hon or were about even Woodsville de foRted a team from Littleton by a score : of C4 to 42 on the local court lust Nat urdny evening. Woodsville got the jump : on the opponents in the first period scoring 20 points to the opposing team i 14. In the next two periods the honors were even. Littleton might huve won ;the game had they played a. passing 'game and not tried so many long and ; difficult shots. They shot for the bus I kets. many times from past the center ; of the hall when they hud a man mid .the naski'l. Woodsville played excep t-ionallv well with Smith and Carlson I leading for points. I The lineup: i ! Woodsville Littleton Smith, rf . . , . . rf, McHougli Sweeney, If If, Harm1 Carlson, c c, McCally Taylor, rb ,. rb, Cross Larty, lb ; lb, Chamberlain Baskets, Mellough 5. Barm-ti 0. Me. Cully 4, Chamberlain (I, Smith 10 Sweeny 7, Carlson !), Kirk; referee, Mc Meekin; timer, Buck: scorer, Sullivan A EIcj Reserve Fund We call especial attention to two things 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 follows : f 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 $479,543.71 Quick Assets 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 $1,822,805.05 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 o thousands of depositors who have en trusted their savings or their business deposits to us. The Montpelier Savings Banlcand Trust Co, "The Old Jhnk on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont. Depository of the State of Vermont. J. A. .Moore made a record trip to Chelsea last week Tuesday. Leaving on the morning train lie reached South Royulton, where he had orders t,o turn and come back home as he was not wanted. Mr. Moore Mirely appreciates the position of the county -seat of Or angc eouiy. .Mrs. 11. 1. lialdwin held a communi ty ten at her residence hist Friday aft ernoon. About 40 were present. judge lialdwin spent tne week in Boston and vicinity, visiting at his daughter's in Medford, Ma s. Herbert Crabtree was a business vis itor in Newport, X. II., the greater part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. uilman of Lancaster, X. H., are spending the winter at Hale's tavern. Walter Johnson of Springfield, Mass., spent Sunday with friends in town. II' will sin ml several days with rel atives in Xewbury. Carl liutchins of I.yndonville is vis iting at the home of his mother, Mis. Sarah liutchins, for several days this week. I .ihkc liailey, who i nitendtng school at Worcester, is at home on a few days' vacation. . Charles Rogers of l'aris, "M.;., ar rived at Ilale's tavern last week, where lie will spend the remainder of the winter. The Haverhill academy vs. Wells River high game scheduled for !a-t Fri day evening was cancelled by Haverhill, dn" to the sickness of several of tiieir players. . .ie play given under the ausnices nf the Jracv Koss r t in Wut.. opi ra house last Thursday evening was not weil attended nmiougli the play it sell was ot high character. Xwo more will be presented during the wmiv it is hoped that the attendance will be larger. Victor Roberts of Lyndon was a vi itor in town over the week end. Mrs. Lt. IX Smith entertained at by HE KM BELIEVE IN FRUIT-A-TIVES Teacher Of "New TiiougM" Healed By Fruit Liver Tablets Schenectady, N. Y. "I am not In the habit of praising any material medicine as I am an advocate of 'New Thought' J but somo time-go, I had such a bad attack of Liver and Stomach Trouble that I gavo up thinking I did not have it and took Truit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets. Most gratifying was the result. It relieved my liver and stomach troubc, cleaned up my yellowish complexion' and put new blood in my body. 'Fruit-a-tive$' is the higlnst result of 'New Thought' in medicine", A. A. YOUNG. COc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDKNSBURG, N. Y. . NORTH MONTPELIER ii me last Tuesday afternoon several ladies in honor of Mrs. Marvin of Essex I unction. K. A. Merchant has finished work fur W. I). Stinson and moved onto the Summer Williams place on the Ryegatc nad. He will work for a while for A. W. Whitelaw. STOWE ADVERTISING XTEWSPAPER reading is a universal daily habit; . newspaper advertising therefore reaches each day virtually all who buy. Newspaper advertising is the life-blood of local trade because it touches all consumer sources in every com munity. It gives the national advertiser the same op portunity for complete consumer appeal in any locality Newspaper advertising cuts selling costs because it en tails no waste in locality of circulation. Manufacturers use it to cover markets where it is profitable to do business. Newspaper advertising insures quick, thorough and eco nomical dealer distribution and dealer good will, be cause retailers are willing to sell products advertised di rect to their own customers. Newspaper advertising enables manufacturers to tell where their products may be bought. Newspaper advertising can be started or stopped over night, can be prepared between days to meet sudden developments and to obtain immediate results. Newspaper advertising enables manufacturers to check advertising results and costs in every market in which thev enter. Newspaper advertising costs less than any other kind. BUREAU OF ADVERTISING AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 806 World Building, New York The funeral of Mrs. George E. Straw was held .Moiuuiv loreuoon ai ner home at the lower village, where she lied I'ridav evening. Rev. C. E. Way ward conducted the service. The bar- r.j were Mrs. Straw's son, William I, Jeniiett, a brother-in-law, S. M. Brush. ind L L. Harris and .1. R. Wells. Rur al was made in the River Bank renin- ry. The condition of Herbert G. Fuller, ho was seriously injured while work up in the woods, continues to improve nd it is expected that he will, regain the use of his legs in time. R. I). Robinson was a visitor in Wa crbtirv Saturday. Harvey Knight went Monday to Bos ton to spend a few days- A printed order of services has been prepared and wa used at tne t orn nunitv church rMimlav morning sen- e. The folder also contained th names ot the olncers ana eomniiuee the church and Sunday school an thr items of interest. The quarte- that led the Biniring and rendered ar ntliem Sunday morning was compose!1 ..f II. W. Biirnlmm. Mrs. H. W. Bar rows, Mis Jessie Southard and ( .1 Strand. The meet ins- of the board of director and otlicers and teachers of I lie church school will be held Tuesday "veiling, the former at 7 and the lat ter at 7:4.') o'clock. Miss I .a lira Thomas entertained tin L'irls of her Sunday school class at tin (Jreen Mountain inn Saturday after main. Misl Thomas and her sister Mrs. Flora Cushman, are guests at tli inn for a few days before leaving town for the winter. Mrs. A. J. Magoon has received new. that her sister, Miss Mertie Georg? or Mi'rristown, is seriously ill at th Fanny Allen hospital, after an ojmt ation the IHtli for a tumor. Mr. Jennie W. Hart of Jericho h guest at the home of Rev. and Mrs ('. K. Havtvard. Dr. Flora Sabin of Barre is passim' the week with Mrs. Fred M. Small. Mrs. Henry ('. McMahon and daugh ter. Mrs. Mildred, ot Minneapolis Minn., are visitins Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McMahon and Mrs. McMaJion's broth er, i.. i. and ll. l. Kaymond, ami other relatives here. A game of basketball at the town all Saturday between the L. ('. A crouds of Hyde Park and S. H. S. sec- uuis rciurei in a score ot s lo 1U in favor of Stowe. Miss Ruth Johnson, who was call to her home in Elizabeth. X. J., by tne ileal n or iht lamer, relumed on Monday to resume her teaching in th. liijh school. The woman's auxiliary of the Epis copal mission will hold a neighborhood Mi;ionary meeting on Thursday, Jan. 27. at Hardwick. The meeting will Iwgin at II o'clock, with holy com niiinioii in the chapel. Mrs. fnnnine hum of Newport. viee-pre-!ent of the St. Johnsburv district of the woman's auxiliary, will speak. Those interest id in both diocesan and general work of the church are urged to attend and it is hoped there will be a good delega tion from Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Emery of East Montpelier were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. John Emery Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Townsend of East Montpelier called on Mr. and Airs. Lewis Coburn recently. Thomas Carroll of Montpelier was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Van Ben nett, last week. Mrs. Van Bennett requests that the Red Cross nursing class meet her at Mrs. Julia ( lark's next Thursday eve ning. Ui'-i-v lil'ss' little girl, Doreen, broke her shoulder last Friday. .Mr. niil Mr. Glenn MoKinatry of Montpelier were week-end visitors at Norton MeKinstryV Mrs. Arthur Holt has returned from Barrc City hospital, where she went for an operation. Mrs. Clarence Templcton and Mrs. Ed Prav are both much better. j Teams from Rvegate came for Jerry j Uvron a household goods last Satur- iav. Mrs. Jerry Bvron went to Ryegatc .Monday, where thev are to live, Edith Little bin been quite ill since she came home from Goddurd semi nary a week ago, but is reported bet ter. Victor Templcton and Miss Maude Templcton were in Montpelier last Fri day. There is to be a community meeting it the hall this week Friday night for the purpose of organizing a farmers' club, and men and women who are in- ere'led or not interested, please come Dwitrht llollister ot rininneld was In the place Sunday Mrs. Fred Little is sick with the prevailing distemper. Mrs. Bert Bancroft of Calais is at Merl Benjamin, helping care for Merl, who has had scarlet fever. Knvin Akin of East Barre was at W. B. Xye's bwt week. There were about a hundred couples it the Masonic ball last Thursday eve nine. lr. Carver of Barre was called to cc Grace MeKinstry last Saturday. Miss Annie CotiLdilin returned to her home in Grnniteville for over Sunday. Mrs. Margaret McDonald from Web- terviHe was a guest in towil Thurs 'iy and Friday. , Miss Alice l'ersons was home from Vxldnrd seminary Thursday to attend 'he Masonic ball. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin were in 'Tardwick last week, visiting their two 'aii'.'hters, who live there. Delbert Persons has bought a four-ear-old colt from parties in Mont clicr. Mr. and Mrs. Uvron Wilher were 'siting Perley Wilber in Richmond 'ist week. Mothers! Give The Little Ones Syrup Pepsin They Iika Dr. Caldwell', and it quickly relieve! their constipation and headache. "DEGIN to teach the child regular daily elimination as young as possible, and much constipation will be avoided later in life. The most convenient hour throughout life is immeoktely upon arising. It does not then interfere with play, school or work. When in spite of your efforts a mem ber of the family becomes constipated, give Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the size dose directed on the bottle. It is a mild, gentle laxative safe for young babies; effective for grownups. It is the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, and most economical as a sixty cent bottle will last you many months. For your information, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of Eerotian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant-tasting aro matics. Look on it as a good family friend, useful to relieve constipation and symptoms like headache, bilious ness, colds, fever, bad breath, loss of sppetite and sleep. It is no exaggera tion to say that millions of families are never without a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It safeguards their health. TRYITFREE Send me your name and ad dress and I u ill send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. Cold 51 3 Washington Street, MonticeUo, Illinois. Every. body now and then needs a laxative, and it is well to know the best. Write me today. ROCHESTER EAST MONTPELIER Rr- (Wet Side) Willanl is visiting for a EAST CALAIS Mrs. Lucy Keniston Is stopping for time with Mr. C. R. Dwinell, her mint. George Sanders has been ick for a week pt.x Mr. Julius Wheeler of Calais was a business visitor in the village Friday. Miss ( larabrll Brown was home from her school in Woodbury over the 'week r ml. Ji bn Hick of Xewbury was a guest of Mrs. Kan Brown, his sister, the first of the week. Mrs. l.i.r ie Parker is in Adamant, c.ir:n? f.ir Mrs. Addie Parker. TI.e Eat Calais schools ere prepar es; a play, "America First," which th-v plan to present soon. ' Mis. Helen Slarton w visitor in ITardvvicVi recently. Miss Ellen Keniston spent part of !ist week with friends in Xorth Cal ais. A committee from the Odd Fellow !odre in Cabot were in the village on Sit tii-da v to visit Edson York. Iph Willanl is visiting for a few :u' with 1 crley Sanders in Calais. Arthur Stratton has moved his fam Iv to Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor of 'Tardwick were recent visitors at C, M. Gauld's. There were about a dozen people 'rem this neighborhood to attend the hist pnrty at Julius Wheeler's in ''alais last Saturday night. Dr. Lindsay of Montpelier was a re out caller in town. Quite a number from here attended J'.e Masonic ball at North Montpelier m Thursday night, and all reported a lie time. Mr. anil Mrs. C. M. Gould were re rnt visitors at Merl Lawrence's in Vlaniant. Miss Helen Sparrow was in Mnt I'ber on Fridav. Mrs. George Davis and daughter of Montpelier are visit intr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White. The Crescent club will have a whist arty at the home of Mrs. Ixittie Orni- ice, on Thursday evening, Jan. 27. Sandwiches, cake, doii'dinuts nml eof 'e will be served, ladies kindlv bring I ne of the above mentioned. Every odv invited. Mr. O. L. Slavton and Lucius San- lers were in Montpelier Friday. Fred Sanborn of Portland, .Mc., was called here last vek by the serious illness und death of his brother-in-law, James French. .Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Stockwell and sun, Hubert, ot Kandolpli were in town several (lavs recently. Mrs. .Arthur Galarneau and son spent the week end with friends in Ran dolph. A son was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Harrv Blair Jan. 10. Alton Tavlor is working for Robert Marsh. H. C. Allen accompanied six boys to St. Jobnshury Friday to attend the annual conference of the Older Boys of Vermont. The Stockwell auction was well at tended and everything .sold well. Misses Eva and Lucy. Cressey of Burlington have been recent guests at the home of their parents. Mrs. Ju!;a Piece, who has been very ill with pneumonia, is more comfort able. Miss Corliss of Randolph and Miss Codfrey of Burlington are car ing for her. On account of illness, the play, ''Samiintha Allen at the Court of Fame," has been postponed for a few weeks. Mrs. P. C. Tinkliam was in Burling ton recently. The Orpheus male quartet gave one of the lie-t concerts in Pierce hall on Saturday evening ever given in tewn. It was appreciated by a large ai- ence. ier were Irving Joslin and Misses Buck lin. Philip Bisbee was a visitor with rela tives in Barre over Sunday. Mrs. DeBoer left hero Friday for Iowa with the body of Mr. DcBoer, who is to be buried there. Men are busy cutting ice on the cove, the first of the winter. Mrs. Roy Richardson, who has been in Heaton hospital for some weeks, was not so well the last of the week. fBmOr Balltf tat IN A TUBE For Rheumatism A FREE TRIAL Send addres and you will reteivm a (rood sized sample tube of J ELL FORM" Radway's Ready Relief without any additional cost to you. RAD WAY & CO.. 208 Center Street, New York Railway' RmaJy Rmlii LIQUID In Bodies JELLFORM -la TuU 33c, 70c. WEST BERLIN BRADFORD Miss Lclia Powers of Milford, X. H., ;s v i-it insr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Powers. Tuesday evening, at the close of the t'lilon entertainment course, Mrs. Blanche Merrill, in behalf of the Wom an's Relief corps, presented the Amer ican Legion of Bradford a licairtiful silk flag. Commander Arthur Plasse ac id ed the flag for the Legion. The oyster supper at E. L. Allen's on the south road, Saturday evening, was well attended. Married, at the Congregational par sonage. Dee. HO, C. U. Curtis and Miss Pearl Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Johnson, jr., have returned from visitimr Principal and Mrs.'G. C. Mann at Essex Junction and! attending the the annual convention of the Dairvmen'sj association in Bur lington. ) A daughter was born o Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ratflev, jr., Thursday morning. Miss Rose Pierson was married Jan. 17 to Hall Peterson of Windsor. Miss Helen Glines from Putnamsvill has been caring for her sister, Mrs. F. B. Bailey, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cameron's young est child has been quite ill. Many in this place are suffering from hard colds. Mrs. Joe Rich's health is quite poor of late. B. S. Gove was in Xorthfield Thurs day. Miss Marcia Libbey spent Friday in Montpelier and Northneld. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Davis spent a little time in Xorthrleld Sunday. Mrs. George Sanders is a little more comfortable just now. She has been ill for some time. PI D UIJUU WAITSFIELD Mrs. Ada Campbell suffered a sroik last week and is quite ill as a result. Ixuiise Gleason was in Montpelier Saturday. Friday business callers in Montpel- PERSONALS Mr. dame Roche of 13.1.1 Second Ave., Xevv York City, writes that he was cured of bronchitis which had developed from influenza, after taking Father John's Medicine, and has re turned to business. Recently Mrs. S. Clement of .107. Lemoyne St.. Syracuse, X. Y.. said that) she used Father John' Medicine as a body building tonic after a serious case of pneumonia and is now entirely w ell again. Where Everybody Go Presents for To-day Only Owen Moore In the Select Feature Attraction ITIIE DESPERATE HERO He Came in a Flivver But Left in a Silver Plated Limousine Also OUTING CHESTER and 0 DOCTOR DOCTOR Comedy WOODBURY E. J. Rutter, optmometrist. will lie at Mrs. Marv Daniels,' the L'7th. Call and have vour eves examined. adv. I Medic? No alcohol or dangerous drugs. Adv. 'TO-MORROW Wanda Hawley The Star That Always Appeals, in HER FIRST ELOPEMENT A Picture Wlrieh Will Make yoQ Chile kle Full of Humorous Situations ALSO - Thunderbolt Jack nd a Rurtcn Holmes' Travelogue IN sin 11 i HANCOCK Andrew of X'ewport of her brother, Fred from Mr. Llovd Church. Mary Fletcher hospital, arej I i i Miss Blanche s t the home Andrews. Mrs. Roliert Russell is at the home f her srents, Mr. and Mrs. George Farr. Report who i in fat nrahle. Mr. E. L. Martin wa in Rurlinirtop last week and i now with her du?h- ter. Mr. Henry Plunkett. of Rutland.; The remain of Pearl Mnre were Kroujht here Monday for burial. Rev. : T. H Cressey officiated at th grave.: Mis Blsnche Field, who h brcn ' cring for Mr. (,. R. tTiarfh, ha re-f turned t Burlmdnn. i M;- Bertha Manning i ppil n? arre O Tq-night and To-morrow Night Only James Fenimore Cooper's Masterpiece Toe S oi me -i mom cans Prologue by Members of tha Iroquois Tribe of Red Men in Full Regalia. Vocal Selections by James Bennett MaxWell Trendall, Pianist Prices: Balcony 25c, Orchestra 35c, plus the Tax sverl dy at the home of her par ent, Mr. and Mrs. Inry Manning. r-l -flPl" w,f .ftbKk.WMMi I i I wt ksUAMMftMris t