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THE 13 A RUE DAILY TIMES, BARItE, VT., SATURDAY, AritIL 2, 1921.
BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. Published Every WK-Day A""??? THE flARKE DAILY TIMfcS, Frank E. Lang-ier. Fubhaher bf fcntared at the Poatofflee t 3aTt ae Second Claw Mail Mtter . SUBSCRIPTION BATES On ywr by mall '?! Three montha ty mail One month by mall Single copy All ubai.-rivtiona caab Iik advance. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TKBB The AMOclated Preee ia ecluelvel ntlt to the uae for republication pf all nw dlj patrhra credited to it or nof therwiae cre Itfd in thia paper, and alao the local oaw pi.bhsh.d therein. STATEMENT. I OF. OWNERSHIP.. MAN AGEMENT, CIRCITLATON, ETC., RE QUIRED BY THE ACT OK CON GRESS OF AUGUST U. 1912, of Barre Daily Timea, publiahed daily ex cept Sunday, at Barre, Vermont, for April, 1, 1921. State of Vermont. County of Washington, s. Before me, a notary public in and for the atatc and county aforesaid, peraonally P uml Frank K. I.nnirlrv. who. having- been duly avworn according to law, dcpoaea and eaya that he ia the publisher of tna Barre Daily Timea and that the f-liowi,t in, to the best of hi knowledKO and belief, a true tab-men t of the ownership, management (and, if a daily paper, the ctrcil itionl, etc., of the aforesaid publication for thj date shown in the above caption, required by the act. of Auituat 24, 1912. embodied in aectirm ' 443, postal law and regulations, printed on the reverse of thia form, to wit: ' 1. That the names and addressee of the publisher, editor, managng editor and buai ness managera are: PuMisher, frank E. Lanjrley, Barre. Manarintr editor, Dean H. Ferry, Barre. Business manager, Frank E. Lang-ley, Barre. 2. That the owners are: Give names and addresses of indiviiTual owners, or, if a corporaiJon, rive its name and the names and adJressea of stockholders owninir or holding: 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) Frank E. Lang-ley, Barre. Dean H. Perry, Barre. . , Alex C. Walker, Barre. Philip Ellia Barre. . S. That the known bondholders, mort rajraea, and other security holders ewn'ni or holdino: 1 per cent or more of tne total amount of bonds, mortgag-eat or other se curities are: (If there are none, so state.) ; None. 8. That the average number of copies ft each issue of thia publication sold or dis- poratian affairs becomes unwieldy there is really no marked gairj. in the acquirement of the title of a city and the establishment of city divisions. It would be interesting to know how many gubernatorial booms were" being nursed as the legislators went home from Montpelier. It seems certain, however, that one suspected aspiration, that of Representative Stearns ' of Johnson, is not an aspiration after all, for we have Mr. Stearns' own words for it that he wouldn't take the office providing all the votes were his to command. But even with Mr. Stearns counted out there are without a doubt many olhers o the 1921 legislature who have developed an itching foV higher office. That itching may or may not become manifest in the year imme diately to follow. It is possible, how ever, that as the men go home and , think things over some of them will of their own accord lay away any am bition they may have for advancement to the governor's chair, such decision being due In large measure to their realisation of lack of capacity for the office. To many men the situation looks different from the angle of their own home town than it does from a seat in the State House. f LET NATURE BRING YOU WEALTH. The advice by Vermont's state for ester, Mr. Hastings, that Vcrnfont farmers ought to be taking advantage of the opportunity to buy trees of the forestry department and set them out is worthy of more than casual atten tion.' As he says, the trees are being cut down six times as fast as they are being grown, which must mean tributed, through the mails or oth.irwiw fo that within a short timV the forests of Vermont, as well as of other States, will be well-nigh depleted within a reiid subscribers durmtf 1-he six montlu preceding the date sh.w ataov ia 704". (This information is requfrd from daily publications only.) FRANK E. LANV.i.ISY. Pi.ulhher. Sworn to and snhcrili?d before nit tftia 1st day of Auril. 1921. S-l. JAMES SMART, Notary Public. (My commission expires Jan. 81, 1923. Hungary s appetite for a monarcTiy has not been sufficiently sharpened. The new minimum pay of $i.o0 day in the scale works at Rutland looks rather small to the granite cut teV. Former Emperor Charles of Austria Hungary, now of Switzerland, is living in a dream; and it's rude, but neces sary, tu wake him up. Our warmest March seems to be giving way to our coldest April. But, as they say, we must expect to "get just about bo much weather sooner or later." One might hope that the Pullman divorce case is permanently laid away by the court's temporary order of ali mony becoming final. It surely was a tale of the backwoods. Those fourteen hundred Irish boys and girls en route, from Queenstown for the I'nited States make fresh cause for Ireland to worry. Such an exodus in a single week portends anything but hap piness for Ireland. Now thai warmer weather is coming perhaps Vice-President Coolidge will not need an overcoat when he goes to Pittsburgh the latter part of the month. The vice-president is unfortu nate when it comes to retaining pos session of his overcoats,'' there, being persistent demand for them. Germany has set free tlie two men, Bald to be Ameriaans, who endeavored unsuccessfully to capture Grover Cleve land BergdoII, American draft evader. Salts the next thing Germany ought to do is to turn over BergdoII to the I'aited States government, even if the Berlin government has to strain point or two in order. to do so. Tapers outside of Vermont think Vermont Is hitting the high spots of spending to appropriate $U43,0O0, but some of them are misled into thinfting that the expenditure is for one year, whereas the appropriations calling fori mat large sum are to cover the two years terra. But te sum is large enough plenty large enough for two years. comparatively few years. There Is one great agency for counteracting this diminishing movement. That agency is concerted work in planting more frees. Concerted work means that everyone with vacant or idle land must join in the movement. It ia a good time to be gin right now. State Forester Hast ings asserts that April is the best time to transplant forest tree seedlings as the start gives the young trees the best chance to grow during the sum mer months. If you have idle land, Mr. Farmer, put it to work increas ing your wealth by growing young trees. .This is a personal invi " tation ' TO YOU to come in try on one of. our special new Spring models and just see how attractive a kind Providence in-. tended you to look. Suits $25 to $50. . Top Coats $22.50 to $35 jr. F. H. Rogers & Company Ti 71 IT 1Vl Ik "1921; Will Reward Fighters" This terse and timely slogan of the Chicago Tribune is entire ly worthy of the spirit of American industry and under "its flaming inspiration, the advance guard again moves, out into the .marts of trade stimulated by a calm confidence and a firm faith in American labor, American good& and American markets. "1921" will reward every honest man and woman whose control ling purpose is to give honest value in1 goods or services for hon est pay. ; ; . The gospel of thrift is being preached to-dayv more than ever before and its message was never more sof ely needed good old fashioned thrift, the thrift o the fathers, wholesome, sincere and unafraid. America is still the, land of achievement; the well-springs of op portunity are not dry and the wheels of progress may apparent ly slow down but they will never cease to turn We are gradually getting back to rock bottom and if there is any one thing more than another that will have a tendency to direct one's attention to the sounder values of life, it is a savings account. The story of this savings account may be a story of sacrifice, but all worthy things come through sacrifice. An account in our savings department, steadily accumulated, though it may not be large, will fiil a man's soul with more genu ine good cheer and self-confidence than a quick inheritance of a million. Saving makes a man ; luck breaks him. Open assayings account to-day. Make this bank, with its cheer ful, home-like atmosphere, your bank'ing home. The Peoples National Bank of Barre 4cc The Only National Bank in Barre 4 throne of the duul monarchy. Now and then, too, public attention crosses the English channel and the Irish wa from the hotbed of news in Europe and focuses on the perpetual discord and its attendant horrors in Ireland. Ver- ily.'the World war opened a real Pan-! R IPSSfflHS aoras nox or irouoics, ana tne move ments developed thereby are still re sisting the efforts of the world" to get them back into the box again. We of this generation are living in pe riod of world unrest, the like 'of which is not expected to be" witnessed by many generations to come. THE WORLD'S KALEIDOSCOPE. How quickly the focus of public at tention changes! Just a little while ago we were gazing at great events taking place in Upper Silesia. Then we were directed to turn our attention to the anti -bolshevik revolt in Russia. Still again we had our thoughts direct ed toward Germany where anofher up rising threatened. More recently we have been forced to travel, mentally, to southern Europe where former Emper or Charles of Austria-Hungary was making a foolish effort to regain the been spending the winter with his daughter. Mrs. A. V. 3iandigo, whose home is in Brattlcboro. Burial April 1 in Evergreen cemetery. C. M. Ward is the sawyer at the hob bin mills. H. W. Hawthorne of Springfield was in town the first of the week. , WAITSF1ELD E. J. Rutter, optometrist from Mont pelier, will be at the hdtel Thursday, the 7th. Call and have your eyes ex amined. adv. experience Has Taught thousands upon thousands that Instant Postum , as the meal-time - drink.is better for health than coffee. 'There's a Reason STRAFFORD Elbridge" Linton lost the tips of two fingers at the bobbin mills last week. Marion Brown is home from school ! duties at Northfidd wnd is spending a few days with the family of George! Linton. Bessie Doolittle has returned to Korthfield. Kendall Jordan recently spent a few days at home, having finished work at St. Juhnsbtiry. He is about to take a new position at White River Junction. B. F. Jordan was called to Brattle boro Saturday by the illness of hit brother. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson are vis iting relatives in town. R. B. Prescott was in South Roval ton Ttiesday on business. Fred I Jordan, ffr many years a resident of this town, died Tuesday at the hospital in Brattleboro. He had E D U C A T I O Monuments of the.latest models, at- ! tractive and low priced. Write for de- J signs. J. O. Bilodeau 4 Co., Inc., Barre, cu--t 1- Capital Savings Bank and Trust Go. Montpelier, Vt. NTHE iJU-P y N CIVIL UIIVICE SCHOOL aiMNf, .. i Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 Pays 4 P. C. on Savings . Deposits 2 P. C. or " -Tier, cial Deposits All txes r'd by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and State of Vermont WILLI A MST 0 fnv Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Sundaj evening in the Congregational churci at 7:30. Stereopticon lecture entitled, Beyond the Kio Urande. Eighty col ored slidss. Collection to defray ex penses. I nion service. Service in the morning at 10:30; topic, "Prognostica tion of a Prophet." Special music by the choir. Tuesday evening, Christian Endeavor meeting. S a f c ty The prime consideraton of this instituton is the SAFETY of the funds of its customers. Naturally that is your first consideraiton when seeking a bank. You will find all the progressive financi;l elements combined in this institution of SAFETY. Your account, whether large or small, will be appreciated and given careful consideration. All banking by mail is handled promptly and de posits advised by return mail. Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. BEN A. EASTMAN, Prnident H. i. M. JONES. rice-President C. to. WILLKx. Treasurer DIRECTORS Ben A. Eastman James M. Boutwell W. Q. Reynolds & P. CuU.r E. L. Scott ' H. J. M. Jons B. W. Booker H. H. Jackson TRUSTEES CEORfiE l BLAXCHARD, President. EDWARD H. DEAVrrT. Vice. Prcaideat. H. JULIUS VOLHOLSt, Vioa. Prraident. FRANK N. SMITH. Treasurer. W. G. NYE HARRY DANIELS T. E. CALLAHAN . If You Have Slender Feet The caution has gone out to swat th early fly, the forerunner of billions f other flics, the pet of humanity. The fly as a carrier f disease occu pies a prominent ( plac-c. perhaps the; most prominent in view of the num-! bors of the tribe. As one authority '' stys: "The fly is a busy and indis- rriminaliiiK germ carrier and medical cienc places him in the same te- grry with the malaria-bearing mm. fluito, the plsgue-carrying rat and the typhus-carrying loue, classing him as an enemy of mankind, anil putting him t the head of the lUt." Therefore, swat the early fly and thereby confer favor on humankind. ! The incorporation of Winki vil- ' Jage a city makes pomihlr the eighth ' municipalty in Vermont. rWely fob ' lowing the incorporation of Newport a 1 city. The new cla!iti-atiin f the mill community on the Winoki river will not add to the stature of the. tU tillage but may add a little to the dis tinction of the plai-e. A far av eiee : U -m-erned, the tillage of Benning- j t mirhl have been etpertrd t-- 'nin th title f a city hefor Winomki ' bcsiie K-nr.!ngton i conidra!.ly j larger. Bat unlfsi the' conduct tf cvr- At Barre's Finest Soda Fountain Soda Satisfaction and Superb Service Always Something New at This Up-to-the-Minute Soda Fountain Specials To-day Custard Ice Cream A Nice, Creamy, Spicy Taste Manhattan Pudding Full of Fruits and Nuts Coffee Ice Cream Real Coffee Flavor Our Ice Cream is made by the Kreamy Ice Cream Co. of Lyndon yille, Vt, and made from pure milk and cream from tested herds. Note the Difference. Satisfy Yourself -rTry Our Ice Creams. Barre Drug Co., Inc. NEW PARK THEATRE BUILDING . CHAS. ZANLEONI, Jr., LEWIS RICKERT Registered Pharmacists. Bring in Your Prescriptions. You have difficulty getting a shoe narrow enough. You want a good fit without slip ping heel and bulky feeling. . Try Walk Overs for slender fitting. It is one of their specialties. For years women with narrow feet have found delight in Vralk-Overs. You have the same wide range of choice. It is a Walk-Over service. Rogers' Walk-Over Bopt Shop How to Raise a Home Not how to build a home but how to raise one. For a home is raised from seed like a plant. Be gin now a Savings account and start the money seed to growing. It will not be long before you have enough laid up to build that home you. dream of. The First National Bank of Montpelier , Member Federal Reserv e System SPECIAL Igg Cream-SPECIAL For Friday and Saturday, as an introduc tory offer we will sell Granite City Co-operative Creamery ice cream in brick form, quarts 50c; pints 25c. If you have never tasted of this cream you have never tasted the best, made of pure cream from healthy herds. Take home a brick. Also have a quantity of fresh, high grade chocolates; at 49c a lb. Spanish peanuts, lb., 20c. Chocolates in pound and half-pound boxes, all fresh, to be sold at reduced prices. i Barre Candy Kitchen, Inc. The Home of Pure Candy BATTER I E5 Bright Lights on the Farm Out on the prairie, in New England valleys, on 'lonely mountain sides, thousands of farm homes, churches, schools, and stores are now elec trically lighted by the current from Exide Bat teries. A large majority of all small electric light and power plants now in use are equipped with Exide the long life battery. You use an Exide Battery daily every time you telephone, it is the current from an Exide that sends your voice over the wire. The re serve power stored up for emergencies in central powei and lighting stations comes from Exide Batteries. Submarines are propelled under the sea. as are mine locomotives below the ground, by Exide Batteries. There is an Exide for every purpose, and into each one is built the experience of the oldest and largest manufacturers of storage batteries inthe world. Sold by 'Harvey & Mower "SERVICE" at Whitcomb's, . East Barre Get our prices on Congoleum, Linoleum and Wall Papers. All floor coverings laid free of charge and all wall paper borders cut out free. Tel. 629-W isms Arc You Going to Fur nish a Home? Whether now or in the near future, it will pay you to figure with us. We are receiving almost daily new shipments of good furniture for the home. Our store has just been remodeled and redecorated throughout, and we extend you a cordial invitation to ca.'l and let us thow you our stock and quote prices, whether you buy or not, it's no trouble to show goods. Cane and Mahogany Three-Piece Suits covered in Tapestry. ' Mahogany Three-Piece Suits with Leather Coverings. Three and Four-Piece Reed Suits with Cretonne Cov erings. Just the thing for summer. Make the end of the day perfect with the three-piece Overstuffed Tapestry that is shown in our window. If as good as it looks. A. W. Badger & Co. CaeWnae aee IM4 telaMn: Pireraal Wa f Tea, We-W 4. A NEW AND LT-TO-D 4TE AUTO AMBULANCE 3