THE IlAHllK DAILY" TIMES, ' 11AIUIK, VT., SATURDAY, JAXUAUV 21,- 1022.
BARRE DAILY TIMES
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1922.
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. INCT
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The AMOciHtrd Prw, to xiliniveljr entitled
th um for rtpublkitlon of nil news ls
1atrh- credited to it or not ntnvrwiM urd
l'frf in ibis pspor. ! also th local
the first diplomatic dinner at the
White Hons-? in nix years is a sin that
are getting back to normalcy.
premier may come and premier
may go iu France, but tbey are one and
all domiiittU'd by the same thought
Ucrmany must pay.
Vermont may not be a wealthy stata
but her citizens lind tho means to
purchase aulom.ihiles in large number.
Vermont U the iVentiuth stats in per
centage of nutoimobiles to population,
which is somewhat' odd when it is con
sidered that there lire only six or seven
months iu which motoring can be en
" The incorporating of 8 $100,000 com
pany to conduct a summer vacation re
sort at Malletts bay, on Lake Cham
plain, marks another step toward, the
capitalization of Vermont's remarkable
possibilities along the summer resort
line. There are" plenty of localities,
whose possibilities are yet ib ha de
veloped for this purpose. Vermont can
be a groat vacation ground and still
not sacrifice any of its present indus
As mediator between Chile and Peru,
the government at Washington stands
in danger of receiving an assortment of
pop bottles, eome bricklmts, a lot of
decayed frtii and tha usual amount of
cuss words. But if the United States
is able to bring about a peaceful ad
justment by conference between the
representatives of the. two South
American nr.tions it can afford to take
all the above compliments without
flinching. The prospects of success look
"Friend of Roosevelt put in jail,"
says a newspaper heading. Has ' it
come to this, that the name of the
nation' illustration's personages must
be draggel into the reckoning, though
it be ver so remote, every time a
chance acquaintance happens to be
caught in the toils of the lawf Con
sideration for the good name of Roose
velt ought tfl be sufficient to prevent
the use of his name in connection with
this, that and the other deviation from
right living by erring ones. It is un
warranted presumption to drag the
name of Roosevelt into a matter of
; A new field for Barre granite pub
licity is opened up through the medium
of the lecture platform, accompanied
by motion pictures of the quarrying
and manufn taring scenes. See. A. R.
Bell of tha Barre Granite Manufactur
ers' association is the pioneer in the
present movement for making Barre's
product better, known, having already
spoken to a large gathering in Laconia,
X. II., at which time considerable in
terest waa evinced by the audience in
getting some first-hand information re-
trarAinft ft i, fn.-in.sfrv wliipli ia mnr, ir
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19 closely related to all people Inas
much a monument or headstone of
some kind is vouchsafed to most people
, when- ti'iAy shuffle off this mortal coil.
The method of publicity desert es ei-panding.
INCREASING THE ENFORCEMENT
The prohibition enforcement ofiicials J
on the northern border of Vermont and
New Hampshire are to be reinforced
immediately, the complement of men
in tho Vormont territory being in
' created by three. The addition is ex
tremely modest in view of the vt
mount of attempted rum snuggling
from Canada iuto the United States
through Vermont; in fact, it it far
short cf the numlier imperatively need
ed if the ioi. tes leading into the state
re to be watched with any considers- J
dyrcc of vigilance. There are only
a few main highways connecting Cana
da aad Vermont, bat there art nu
merous minor roads over which the
rum mitfclert arc induced ta Make '
the attempted entry as thr main
routes ar puarded more cls-ly, while, '
cf rore, there are, in addition, many j
ttesnpU at snu'ling in smaller ;
usntitir throtigh foot trails and no- i
iiwpwn'ed pith. To etnr thee ;
routes of 1 'jsior commerc at s!l adc- '
onatfly I laif fort i, nrt-aiy. At I
pre tv-H a fore i Mot a;lslile. .
Nor will the sd.l.t ho of three men !
laske (rest !r! of d rlftTB' si- I
though it : a help.
Mi.pii Ay y 1 1 - -
Lenjamin T'ranklin's Birthday, Janiuiry 171k
MANY OF US slip along through LIFE, halt assum
ing that FORTUNE will take care of us ALL our
days, whether we conduct our LIVES sensibly or not.
Won't YOU just THIS WEEKfacc the FACTS of
LIFE, and ADOPT certain SAFEGUARDS which
mankind after many centuries has found WORTH
Tuesday, January 17 Thrift or Bank Day. To
stress the importance of having money in the bank. A
living bank account is as important as a"living wage."
Wednesday, January 18 Budget Day. Keep a
simple record of what you spendand you won't
need to spend so much.
Thursday, January 19 Life Insurance Day. Give
your family protection that will live on after you.
Friday, January 20 Own Your Own Home Day.
Having a good bank account is the first step in buy
ing a home.
Saturday, January 21 Pay Your Bills Promptly
Day. One of the first requisites to business success
and the respect of your fellow men.
Sunday, January 22 Share With Others Day.
Great men are generous. This attribute of greatness,
at least, can be yours.
Monday, January 23, Make A Will Day. Don't
turn your family adrift without a rudder when you die.
We shall be glad to give you further information or
counsel on any subject connectedwith Thrift Week.
. Ask for a copy of our booklet, "What America Owes
f ranklin:" It will tell, you things you have never known
about him, arid about his very important achieve
ment the successful promotion of Tnrift.
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT SAVINGS DEPARTMENT TRUST DEPARTMENT
FOREIGN DEPARTMENT SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT SECURITIES DEPARTMENT
The Peoples National Bank
"Some of the big pale to-day look like a sale of newspaper
Here's where the "price and quality make the stiles not big
space and biff exaggerations.
Every Overcoat we've got now priced as follows :
$45.00 and $47.50 Overcoats, now .....$31.50
$40 Overcoats, now $29.50
$35.00 and $37.50 Overcoats, now $26.50
$30.00 Overcoats, now . , , ,$22.50
$25.00 Overcoats, now ....$19.50
$15.00 Overcoats, now .$12.00
Mackinaws, Sheep-lined Coats, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts
and Men's Suits now marked down
New line Interwoven Hose, Knit Ties and Van Hensen
F. H. Rogers & Company
Dreamers vs. Doers
The difference is obvious
You know the Dreamer the one who always
wishes he had certain things in life but never
makes any determined effort to get them. He
bulds air castles which he expacts to materialize'
without any hard work on his part.
Consider the Doer the man of action he, too
builds castles but builds them on foundations
made strong and secure by constant hard work
and saving. He also dreams of the future but
prepares for it by stedy, consistent saving he
makes his f reams come true. - .
. Make your dreams materialize.
SAVE A LITTLE EACH WEEK
Your account whether large or small is solicited.
Quarry Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
QUARRY BANK BUILDING .
F. D. tadd. President
W. M. Holdcn, Vicc-Pres
O 198 Edwta Bi,a VftUm
W. C. Johnson, Jr., Cashier
R. L. Wexxiworth, Asst. Cutliier
PATS AND PUNCHES
When we Iwjk upon the splendors,
Of winter in Vermont,
llow can ws help exclaiminjr.
'Vhs,t more could poet want?"
What a lot of trouble and expense
would have been saved the New York
criminal eourts system If Luther
Boddy, confessed slayer of two detec
tives, had been captured by just an
Isle recently. Burlington
Mr. AtUs, Jr.
Ernest Terry, who has carried J. P.
Cameron s farm the past year, moved
I expect to start thi.-t week papering
my den with the cards and letters I
have received calling my attention to
the fact that K. N. Rock is in the stone
business liere in Barre.
Frank Bonntf. U entertaining the
chicken-pox. United Opinion.
pare your efforts, Frank. It may
want to stay.
Straight and Marrow for You, Mr.
Harold Condon of W'clN I.iver re
cently bepan work in the CoUh barber
shop. Mr. Condon is a barber of'eocsid
erable experience and will make Jlr.
Cobb a good man in the shop. Hard
and Trust Co.
Extreme measures lire sowrtime
necessary to sileijce even the svrvile
sex. The United Opinion says: Mr. G.
P. Colby had the misfortune to drive a
nail into hit foot sovlic has been
obliged to keep quiet for a time."
The Underbill correspondent to the
Burlington Clipper chronicle the so
cial activities' of what 1 claim are two
of the most appropriately named cou
ples in this hectic era, Mr. and ilrs.
Mohcs Kliortsleeves and Mr. and Mis.
D. C. Ii iukwater.
Two boy's nixht-nhirts and one
night -drevs arc misins from the As
sortment of garment vi.sej in tho
Christmas cantata. Orleans County
YOUR LOYAL SUPPORT
You give your loyal support to a great
government enterprise and also obtain its
protection for your money, when you, be
come a depositor of the First National,
which is a member of the Federal Reserve
System. ' .' "
The First National ,Bank
A. EASTMAN, President. .
H. J. M. JONES, Vice-Pres.,
, . cJM. WILLEY, Treasurer.
Fire Insurance Company
at Blontptlier, Vt.
Premium Notes in Force. . . .$12.282,751.00
Cash Assets ............... $30(M)W.w
Insurance in Force. , .7. . . .$123,121,771.00
Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at
actual co?t--no profit
Consider this fact when placing your Autoniobil
If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent
McAllister & Kent
Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange
TM AS' .CLU
Come the sage and says, ' It's about
as eay to fiud a true, sincere, stead
fast friend nowadays, as it 1 to tell
time by the clocks on milady's latent
hosiery. Jny F. Tee.
Ret Dear Message.
Capital Surplus and Un
divided Profits, ? 220,000
4 P. C. on Savings
2 P. C on Commer
Ail taxes paid by bank.
Depository of City of
MontjWter and State cf
ED 4 Kit H
Men's and Boys'
$0.00 RUBBERS now $4.73
$5.00 RUBBERS now : . .$3.95
$4.50 RUBBERS now . $3.60
$4.00 RUBBERS now $3.15
$3.50 RUBBERS now .... .$2.75
$3.00 RUBBERS now .$2.35
S2.00 RUBBERS now $U9
Ladies' and Men's
Felt Shoes Greatly
Ju.-t the time when you need them most.
Several good values in Men's Shoes.
Watch our window.
Rogers" Walk-Over Boot Shop
will start you
Come in and Join.
1c, 2c, 5c, 10c,
25c 50c, $i; ?2,
$5, $10, $20,
OR ANY AMOUNT
Come in and
hsk about it
What the Different Clubs Amount to in SO Weeks
25c Club Amounts to $ 12.50
50c Club Amounts to $ 25.00
$1.00 Club Amounts to $ 50.00
$2.00 Club Amounts to $100.00
$ 5.00 Club Amounts to S 250.0C
SI 0.00 Chib Amounts to $ 500.0C ,
$20.00 Club Amounts to $10C0.U(i
X Club for any amount
YOU CAN BEGIN WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT AND DECREASE EACH WEEK
CHRISTMAS CLUB PLAN
Start with If, 2c, of, or 10c and Increase your deposit
the same amount each week.
DECREASING CLUB PLAN
Start with the largest cum and Decrease your deposits
each week. Thb is a very popular plan.
EVEN AMOUNT CLURS
Start with 25c, 30c. $1.00. $2.00, $3.00, $10.00, $20,000,
or any amount, and deposit the same amount each week.
We Khali be glad to explain about the Club to you. Come
in and ask
SAVE SOME MONEY EACH WEEK
The plan of our Christmas Club is to encourage thrift
by depositing a specified sum each week for 30 weeks
Determine the amount you can spare each week ane
r bring in your first deposit; we give ycu a pass book showir.?
the Club you have jsrned and amount deposited.
There are 16 Clubs to fit the ability of everyone to joir
nd we urge a!l to join our Thrift Campaign.
We will welcome yoa no matter what Club you join.
We Pay 2 Interest on Christmas Club Accounts
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