THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921.
BARRE DAILY TIMES
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921.
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The parking industry has set the
pace for industrial peace and the na
tion's come-back. 1
Germany aeems to have a timeloek
on her uprising; at a given time the
door unlocks and at a given time the
If Vermont could only set the hedg-
hocs and rattlesnakes to fighting each
other, the clash would save Vermont a
pretty penny in bounties and in time
apent by the legislators in biennial discussions.
The production of coal in the mines
of the United States increased 18 per
cent during the year 1920. A similar
production in 1921, or possibly another
increase, seems to be warranted by the
Japan is said to desire to see the
United States disarm first before she
(Japan) consents to such a program.
That seems to be another case of
"heads I win, tails you lose." Japa
nese diplomacy is hard to follow.
The new Sunday bill in Vermont
does not say anything about the pay
of caddies who chase the balls sent
hurtling by the golfers on a Sunday.
So there is doubt whether the caddies
come under the designation of com
mercialized sport or not.
The so-called Americans who almost
captured (irover C. Beigdoll, American
draft evader, in a German town were
given a stifT dose of punishment from
a German court. The sentence was dis
counted at the start of the trial; in
fact, nothing else was expected from
the German court.
The new uprising in Germany is
timed just right to have its support
ing effect on the refusal of the Ger
man government to pay reparations
demanded by the allies. Whether it is
truthful to say that the uprising was
fomented purposely to carry that ef
fect remains as yet a matter of doubt.
The government of Holland is said
to be considerably stirred up because
the ex-kaiser, while enjoying the hos
pitality of that country, engaged in the
writing and publishing of a book deal
ing with political matters. Holland
may yet find that the guest it is en
tertaining is not altogether a very
good asset for the country, despite the
eagerness with which Holland wel
comed the ex -kaiser when he fled from
A Massachusetts church of the Uni
versalist denomination has inserted a
want advertisement for a minister in
a Boston newspaper. Why not? If
you want 'most anything else you in
sert a want advertisement and you
generally get what you are after. The
classified advertisement column is one
of the greatest mediums for a get-together
between buyer and seller of
products or wares or services ever dis
covered. The Massachusetts church has
started an innovation but is likely to
have many imitators among those
churches which seek quick action.
"Take time enough to buy just what
This week we want to get hand-in-glove
with every man who wants to
give his hands a treat.
Capeskin gloves in gray and tan;
prices, $2.50 to $5.00.
Also Silk and Lisle.
In neckwear for business or dress we
have the newest that can be found
from Coast to Coast our New York
Resident Buyer gives you the advan
tages of a New York store.
Bring in your eyes.
yjr HcaMTLnco m . rt. on. jdr '
F. H. Rogers & Co.
New Walk-Over Shoes
Easter is somewhat of a chal
lenge to women ! How dull the
day would be if it were not en
livened by the beauty of charm
Correct footwear is one of the
most important elements of a
perfect costume. Our display
offers a diversity of modes and
refreshing values that enable
every woman to achieve distinc
tive 'foot dress at modrate cost.
Most Men Will Wear Ox
fords for Easter
You'll be glad to get back to low
shoes: they are the most com
fortable, the easiest on the feet,
the best looking.
We have a big selection of all the
spring styles; all leathers, all
lasts, all sizes and widths. Some
of the finest shoes made. You
ought to see them.
You will be proud to have; a pair
on Easter morning.
Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop
.a..l!Xr--7T-- ."- wren twxmiir.
very matter-of -faot and of such mani
fest reasonableness that they deserve
to be given the most careful considera
tion. Briefly stated, the ways for
bringing Vermont back into her own
are: (1) appraisal of what each town
can do; (2) study of transportation to
assure of prompt market; (3) a clear
plan for marketing; (4) use of Lake
Champlain as a commercial advantage,
not merely as a summer resort; (5)
inculcating, in the public schools, a
sense of moral obligation to Vermont;
(6) actual work in providing opportu
nities in each town for the young and
old; (7) system of individual advice to
farmers; (Si take advantage of the big
city markets at our very door; (9) put
modern conveniences in our farm
homes: (10) encourage household in
dustries; (1)) systematic effort to get
CARDINAL GIBBONS AX OUT
The late Cardinal Gibbons of the Ro
man Catholic church occupied a place
of more than churchly importance in
the United States. A repreaentative
of the Vatican in the United States, he
did not confine his attentions to church
work alone and, although barred by
his position from active participation
in the public life of the country, he
was one of the outstanding figures of
the time in American affairs. Cardinal
Gibbons s intensely American in his
thoughts and in bis acta; his devotion
to his native land was most pro
nounced. He had broad human sym
pathies and a keen student of
condition in his country and in the
world at large. Cardinal Gibbons' in
fluence extended far leynnd the bor
ders of his own church and hi niun
1 was sought in a wide range of ac
tivities. Cardinal Gibbons' counsel was
almost invariably directed on the side
of ponenati-m and he was not easily
awaved by the uncrrtain innovation
of life. He txd a a tort of rot k in a
sea of shifting sand. Those qua'.tip
made (ardmal GiMon stand out a a
foremost ntifn of the United States
Vermonters to return and to encour
age choice foreign immigration; (12 1
talk up Vermont's conditions and then
It is an ambitious program but not
too ambitious if Vermont is really in
earnest about getting out of the slough
into which she has fallen, or has been
falling for a great many years. There
are many of the features Mr. Rossiter
mentions that at once commend them
selves as very practicable. What the
state needs to put these methods into
effect is a competent and energetic
leadership, together, of course, with an
enthusiastic co-operation. It is a pro
gram on which all of us can and should
Willys Knight Touring
Not Dependent on Sleeves
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Good Fruit, Vege
tables and Straw
berries for Easter
Oranges, California Punkist, doz ,
25c up to 70c; Floridas, doz., 40o,
Grapefruit, four, three and two
Lemons, do., 30c, 40c.
Bananas, dor.., 30c, 40c, 50c.
Apples, western, doz., 40c, 50c, 70c.
Tomatoes, cucumbers, celery and
Peanut butter kisses, Th., 30e.
Molaases kisaes, lb., 30c.
Coffee Caramels, lb., 30c.
Maple, peppermint and winter
green creams, Tb., 40c.
Old-fashioned chocolates, lb., 40c.
Vanilla ice cream drops, tb., 40c.
Ivovell t Covel cream caramcK.
Our line of chocolates, bulk an!
in fancy boes, is most complete. A
box of good chvolti" will be ap
preciated by "Her."" The brands
S-hraffta and Lovell 4 Covel.
strawberries airive fresh every
You cannot do better than come
here for your fruit and candy.
Barre Fruit Co.
, GEORGE MANIATTY
and Trust Co.
Capital Surplus and Un
divided Profits, $220,000
4 P. C. on Savings
2 P. C. op "- "Tier,
All taxes paid by bank.
Depository of City of
Montpelier and State of
GEORGE U BLANCHARD,
EDWARD H. DEAVITT. Viea-
H. JCLIt'S VOLHOLJI. Vic.
FRANK N. SMITH. Trraaunr.
W. G. NYE
T. E. CALLAHAN
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causing it to press more snugly
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WILLYS-KNIGHT IMPROVES WITH USE PRICE $2,193 f. o. b.
H. F. CUTLER & SON
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SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO.
THE OLDEST BANK IN BARRE
The bank of safety and service.
"Large enough to accommodate, not too
large to appreciate, you."
A savings account is a rainy day fund, a
life insurance policy, a sick benefit, an old
Make this the Bank of Your Savipgs
JOHN TROW, President
FRANK F. CAVE, Vice-President
CHAS. H. WISHART, Treasurer
Co-operation among groups of individuals is
what builds up a city, makes a community indus
Co-operation with all our customers, regardless
of the size of their accounts, is what this bank
aims at, and it is through this sort of helpful
service that the Quarry Savings Bank & Trust
Co. has grown and prospered since its establish
ment.. Please feel free to consult us in confidence at any
time relative to business, as well as financial
Quarry Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
BEN A. EASTMAN, President
H. J. M. JONES, fiee-Praaident
C. In. WILLS ST. Traaaurar
Bta A. Eaatmaa Jamea H. Boatwtll W. G. Bejmoldi
' H. T. Cutler E. L. Scott H. J. M. Jonei
B. W. Hooker H. H. Jaclaon
Life is uncertain. It is full of dangers. It is
every man's duty to protect himself against his
enemies. The greatest enemy is want. The best
fortress against want is a Savings account.
The First National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System
Fare Insurance Company
of Montpelier, Vt.
Premium Notes in Force. .. .$12,282,75100
Insurance in Force .$123,121,771.00
Tolicies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at
actual cost no profit
Consider this fact when placing your Automobile
If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent
McAHisf er & Kent
Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange
Why worrv about what to give for Easter.
You know everyone likes candy and you can be
sure it will please.
Give a box of Samoset Chocolates. Only three
The Maid of Honor
One of Samoset's best assortments in a very se
lect box. 1
If you like something different, this is it. Just
think, a big box o fchocolates and no two pieces
Rich assortment of nuts, fruits and creams, coated
with the finest milk chocolate.
Samoset Chocolates are put up in any assort
ment you wish. ii-Pound? one-pound and two
Cummings & Lewis
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