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THE BAIUIE DAILY TIMES, BAKRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, DECEMUEIt 14, 1921.
Every Man's Covenant Renewed I I renew my allegiance to the United States of America. I will obey and uphold my government, both state and national. " I acknowledge my debt to religious and educational institutions and will support them morally and financially. I believe in the future of my city uud wijl assist every endeavor to make it a better place in which to live. 1 will devote my best thought and fullest energy to my business in the belief that it will be just what I make it. 'I will devote less time to the discussion of my own experiences and more time to the study of the recorded experiences of great men. I recognize in so-called, "bad times," a reaction from certain excesses the responsibility for which I, as a member of society, accept my full share. I will hereafter save my last year's profits to meet my next year's losses instead of spending them. I will study my own particular line of business in an attempt to bring out and remedy any defects and will also study facts concerning other in dustries so that I may more clearly forecast fundamental changes in my I will keep my bank fully informed regarding my financial affairs and shall seek their advice and co-operation. I will neve'r bow to defeat but will accept reverses as a challenge to great er effort. , ' - " I will save part of my earnings and hold fast to my bank book as a good friend who sticks by me when other friends fail. . The Peoples National Bank of Barre 4 per cent--The Only National Bank in Barre 4 per cent. BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1921. Pohlisnra Evwr Wl:-D THE BARRE DAILY Frank E. Langley. Publisher. it Afternoon Df TIMES. INC. Entered at the Poatoffir at Barra as Second. Clan Mai Mattrr SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year by mail ......IBM Six montha by mall fi.1t Three months by mail..,. tl.BO One month by mail........ 50 eenta Sintrle eopy 2 centa All aubacrivticna cash in advances MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PHESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the tue for republication of all news dh patrhea credited to it or not othenriae cred ited in this paper, and also the local newa published therein. . "Watson Give a Tiano Recital," ay a heading. He's a versatile fel low; the last we heard of him lie was threatening to slap a U.. S. major' face for "two pennies." Senator Borah's" opposition to the new four-power treat? on Pacific ocean matters appears to be more or less per functory now but may gain force and virulence if it gets anything to feed on. A host of friends in Vermont join in extending to United State Senator j William P. Dillingham their heartiest best wishes on the occasion of his 78th birthday, which was reached on De-! cember 12. Senator Dillingham is one of the oldest men in the Senate in I point of years of life and of length of ! cervice, but be still is quite youthful j in spirit and strong in body. His con- j Uition of health setms to indicate that I Senator Dillingham will be able to J complete his present term, which would , bring him into his 85th year, without j impairment of service and without taxing his strength too strongly. The appearance of the stores in Barre at this time indicates that the merchants have spared no pains to present a wide assortment of articlea suitable for the gift-giving season. The shelves and counters are well-loaded with goods of standard manufac ture, and buye in Barre and from the surrounding towns will find plenty of opportunities to purchase almost any thing that could be sought for. Few places north of the large cities present such a wide rariety of offerings as Barre does through its wide-awake storekeepers; and those from the out aide who have not made a practice of coming to Barre for their purchases will find it to their advantage to make a visit during the holiday season. Gov. Eartness has abolished the clip ping bureau in the state executive of fice, so that lie is not cognhtant of the position of the press on matters of state policy as related to the gover nor's position, except as he may pick tip some newspaper himself and read the comment. Therefore, Gov. Hart ness will not be aware of our opinion when we state our belief that a clip ping bureau mar perform ac important : function ia keeping the governor of j Vermont acquainted with tbe trend of i public sentiment on matters of public importance. We will agree, oa the ; ther hind, that the expense of main- taining a clipping bureau jut to let the governor of Vermont know what ! the newspapermen think about him is j wasted money. Vted for the former . purpose, a clipping bureau ia a valu- able adjunct to the oft, we think. j After Trying Every Medicine. i Xorwood. X. July II, 1901.' To Whom K May Concern: j S I have had rheumatism for C year. , I have tr;-d every medicine lot it that I rpuld hfsr r, Lit di not pet anv rpitef untj I took the Fsmoui A. J. i Khrutr.atw: Cwre, hir hat entirely cured me 1 cbeerfuJ'y r'n.renif n4 a to t h rheumatic puSiic. ; Jnhn Mnuiv. , Your i:i:0-.t La it. a.v. . For' . Jmwi Young raKp Men WkM' Here are three special models that are leaders. . The single breasted belted Overcoat. . The double breasted Belted Overcoat. , And the double breasted without belt. Original patterns and unique color, combin tions in Browns, Grays, Tans and Lovats. Some have Raglan shoulders. All have a smartness in cut that put them in the preferred class for young men. $15.00 and up to $47.50. This store is headquarters for useful Christmas Gifts for men and boys Our ' assortment is large. There are many ad vantages in early selection. Here Are a Few Suggestions Overcoats, Suits, Sweaters, Hose, Under wear, Shirts, Gloves, Umbrellas, Bath Robes, Neckwear, Mufflers, Hats, Hand kerchiefs, Suspenders, Belts, Boys' Over coats, Mackinaws and Sheep-lined Coats, all at attractive prices. SHOP EARLY F. H. Rogers & Company " Felt Slippers Are Sure of a Warm Welcome on Christ mas Morning How do vou suppose the youngsters would . like to find the perky ears of Peter Rabbit Slippers or the cuffs of Puss-in-Boots Slip-' pers on which funny animals are printed, in colors peeking out of their stockings on Christ mas morning? You don't have to suppose; you know they would have them on and be romping about before you could say "Jack Robinson." Mother would like Felt Slippers too, just as much as the children, nice warm ones to slip on first thing in the morning. They come in several attractive styles, ribbon" trimmed and with pom-poms. Give the boys a pair of Northland Skiis, $1.50 to SS.C0. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop What ; Is Our Thrift -Club ? SMALL AMOUNTS, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $2.00, $5.00 slip silently away from youyou hardly know they're gone until you begin to ADD. Surprising is the total of money spent, for things you could have gone without. Our THRIFT CLUB makes you think first. Then you begin to save regularly in small amounts. How It's Operated Here You deposit each week for fifty weeks or in advance, as you' choose. When you keep up your de posits as above, we give you interest at two per cent. There are five classes of weekly payments. ' , , . 25c weekly for 50 weeks makes $ 12.50 plus interest , 50c weekly for 50 weeks makes . 25.00 plus interest ' , $1.00 weekly for 50 weeks makes 50.00 plus interest $2.00 weekly for 50 weeks makes 100.00 plus interest . . $5.00 weekly for 50 weeks makes 250.00 plus interest Joining requires amout one minute very easy. Bring or send in your deposit a deposit receipt book will be given you with your name on it. Inside it will show each time what you have deposited. Join now be one of those who taste the joy and independence of having a reserve fund for future pleasures or needs. You can join by mail if you live at a distance. Quarry Savings Bank & Trust Company Quarry Bank Building BARRE, VERMONT TALK OF THE TOWN Christmas card at PrownV adv. Dr. L. H. Crabtree will not be in bis office Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day of this week. adv. An ideal Christma present give him an automatic windshield scraper. H. F. Cutler A. Son. adv. Diwriminatinp smokers prefer a Sculptor cigar. Manufactured by Wes ley Hoffman. Tel. 607-W. adv. 'ilawkes' cut glass, Reth Thomas clock, solid gold "jewelry, at the Phil lips & Lucas store, jewelers, Montpel ier. adv. If you are thinking of giving a foun tain pen see the assortment of Water man's and Moore's at Cummings Sc Lewis. adv. Hundreds have already taken mem bership in our 1022 Thrift club. Why not you T Quarry Savings Hank 4 Trust Co. adv. Clerks are assured of quick service at the chicken-pie flipper in the J'r- brterian church Saturday night from S to 7. A special table for your bene fit. adv. Pile sufferers can only get quick, safe and lasting relief by removing the cause cutting and salves won t do. Hem-Roid, a harmless tablet, is guar anteed by K. A. Drown. adv, GRAMTEVILLE TALK OF THE TOWN Complete line of thermos bottles at Brown's. adv. Local and Vermont views in sepia, $1 at Cummings & Lewis'. adv. Ask your dealer for "St. A. Spe cia!n," mild frasrrant clgara. Quality uniformly excellent. Union made by Raymond Curette, mfrn St. Albans, Vt. adv. TALK Of THE TOWN Remington portable typewriters, price $tK), at Drown'a Drug store. adv. Can spare a few rooms for winter boarders. Special rates for table board ers. Also can find rooms nearby for anyone desiring table board at the ho tel Hotel Barre, J. V. Rowen, Mgr. adv. i TALK OF THE TOWN Hot drinks chocolate, malted milk and boullion, with sandwiches at Rus sell's. adv. For fine jewelry and American watches go to the Phillips & Lucas store, jewelers, Montpelier. Table runners, pillow cases, boudoir caps, other fancy articles. Mrs. Mc Leod, 107 Seminary street. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN You will want a Victrola this year.t See them at Cummings 4, Lewi?.' adv.! When you think of smoking, think' J of a Sculptor. adv. ' In purchasing your Christmas gifts don't forget the hospital cook book to' be found a the following stores; Mrs.! Shepard Co., K. Macrea, Tilden Shoe, store and Miss Gall's Specialty Shop.J NOW OPEN JOIN TODAY Our New Clfciir it KM G Tl . 11 MO, There will be an entertainment and dance, given bv the lower Oraniteville school, in Mile' ball Thursday evening. Dec. 15, at 7 o'clock. Suitor's' orchestra will play for the dance. Admission, 25c; dance, 75c. Proceeds to be used for a victrola. adv. START NOW Notice. Rcmilar meeting cf branch N'o. 12, Q. W. I. V. of X. A., will be held inj Miles' hall on Wednesday, uec. l. at 7 o'clock, to take action on a new pro posed agreement to go into effect Jan. I, 11)22. Nomination of officers. Let ev ery memler attend. Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, VL Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 a Pays 4 P. C. on Savings Deposits 2 P. C. on Commer cial Deposits All taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and'Stata of Vermont JOIN OUR Christmas Club You can start with lc, 2c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, $1 $2, $5, $10, 20 or more. This is the easy way to have money next Christmas. JOIN TODAY i will start you now in OUR CHRISTMAS CU next Xmas you will have "of" r I rr 'in i . . Christmas Club j To Encourage Thrift .' Reffularly depositing a, specified sum of money each week is the way to4 HAVE MONEY. Every man and woman can easily spare some! money from their earn-j ings each week and whenf you deposit it you have it.- Our Christmas Club) offers you a methodical; plan for depositing yourj money regularly. JOIN TODAY WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS AMOUNT TO IN SO WEEKS INCREASING CLUB PLAN $ 12.75 ?P Plnh ' 1st wk. 4r tna k. r)r rn lit UlUU Incrraac U ch ia M wska I 3.2 U 63.75 127.50 lit Pit R-sH U 1st w. U M . I is VlUU lacrcaaa lc each vw I it wrk Incrraac c each wrrk ia M wwka Jkt lIUU Imrraaa U arh Mk m mtrkt I fl( Plllh IrKi ' tt In mk. lull UlUU lsmHsKitj-la Stka EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN 25c Club Teila..'T.rj 12.50 50c Club IVlM.it (Sc tsrk wsh ta ws rark weak a V I UiUU EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN $5 Club n. "r.m-k $ 250.CG $io Club tv::. 500.00 $20 Club ZtflVJ.:.?. 1,000.00 $100 Club 5,000.00 TJtrSTTM CEORCr L. BLANCnAR EDWAHD H. DEAVITT. Ttca. FlWal lJa aTJaa IL JULn;S VOLHCLX. Vkas. Pnatircit. FTtANK N. SMITH. TrsaaaraB. W. C. KTE , HARRY VAUxrva . , T. E. CA1XA&AK 25.00 s au.uj $2Clubirk.,,...-.fc..- IC0.00 You can begin with the largest amount and Decrease each week HOW TO JOIN It Is Easy Look at the tables above and select the club you wish to join, then bring in your first deposit. We will make you a member of the club and give you a pass book showing the club you have joined. PLAN OF THE CLUB - - It Is Simple Our Christmas Club is a plan for . depositing money weekly. This method enables those of small; means, those of moderate means, and also the big business man to lay aside money by systematic deposits. INS g n H MiniT - Via sis. L4at X sfak a&s & TRUST COMPANY ANK