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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922.
',. ., . JJ CARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922. THE BARRE DAILY TIMKS, UiOt Frank B. Lanslw. PaMMMT. t stared at th PlofRe at Bam e Chm MaU Mattar mnmmrmoM bates rtna tt by nan ....... ....M-4 lx month fcr mall W.tl Thrc month far owjl I1.M fin month trr mail. t 8I! -eopr t MM All (utacription eaah in advaa MEMBER OF TH ASSOCIATED PRESS rtw Aaaoelatad Praa li ralwlalr tntttlai la tha naa for r publication of all aawa ala. eatrbea ertditcd to It or not otftrrwu erof. Mad ia tab papvr, and aJao taa laeal aawt Bubllabad tsarata. , , , Raising of $3,000,000 additional en dowment 'ought to make a vaster Vas-lar. Any new of Russia coming through Berlin needs to be taken with reserva tion, meaning that the report should be proven before being believed. Rutland's city court turned , In an income of $0,142 to the state last yeJv. We'll say that was a thriving business but not of the-kind to be encouraged, either individually or collectively. Middlcbury college shows its cor diality to its two sister institutions in Vermont by bestowing honorary de grees upon the presidents of the Uni versity of Vermont and Norwich uni versity. . - The sentiment in Vermont is by no means reassured by the candidacies for governor now. before the Vermont electorate is indicated by the cropping but 'of a new mentioning of name. t After the presentation of Fuller ' C. Smith's name comes the offering of the j name of Frank W. Agan of two dec-1 ides ago fame in Vermont politics. Once again Montpelier has occasion to give thanks to that big financial institution, the National Life Insur ance Co., for maintaining itself in that sity, for the company's splendid new affice building has added $f!,000 to Montpelier's grand list on a valuation f $600,000. It goes without saying that Montpelier does appreciate the presence of the institution in its midst ia more ways than one. Things have got to a pretty pasr when. Vermont villages have to lock their stores and close their shutters Mi word of the coming of a band of jypsies, as they did. at West Burke wie day recently. The gypsies found only the postoftice open when they reached the village but they rustled around and stole $50 from a man they found at a machine shop, only to have the money recovered, when the mar tuders arrived at Island Pond in their northward flight. The court whi:h jails a few of these people will con fer a great favor on the public of Ver mont besides" dispensing reasonable justice. The present-day gypsy cara vans are nothing more than thieving txpeditions. , , Barre's 3 Bargain Days For Friday, "Service Day" 10 dozen Men's Chambray JVork Shirts; regular style, $1.00 value; Service Day, each, only . , . .65c . 24 dozen Men's Black and Tan , Cotton Hose; sizes 9 V2 to HV;good 25c Hose; "Service Day," per pair . . . . i5c ; 8 f or $1.00 6 dozen Young Men's Four-In-Hand Ties; "Service Day," each ...... .45c Special lot of Young Men's Suits, $40 val ue. All sizes; special for "Service Day," $25.00, Another lot of Men's and Young Men's Suits; a good val., but odd lots, each $21.00 F. H. Rogers & Co. "The best laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft a-gley" This bit' of simple philosophy inspired by the "Wee Mousie" and set to music by the great "Song writer of life" may well , be seriously brought to mind as a warning of the uncertainties of the future. Burns had his full share of misfortune and his life was not in the better sense an example of thrift. His generosity kept him poor and his talents were not . recognized soon enough to afford lucrative returns during his lifetime. " It is probably true, however, that adversity made him great for it brought him closer to the hearts of those he loved, and certainly no lyrics ever touched the hearts of the great mass of the people as his did. ' This wise admonition, old but ever new, serves to emphasize the value of thrift. He who saves to-day will make opportunity for to-morrow ;t he will not have to wait for opportunity, he will meet it half-way. ' Let a savings account at this bank point to your objective and every dol lar deposited will take you one step nearer your goal. Peoples National Bank of Barre 1 4 per cent The Only National Bank in Barre 4 per cent. With Middle Age generally comes a full apreciation of what money is for. -Yftth the mistakes of youth in the past and the needs of old age just ahead, the import ance of SAVING shows up unmistakably. Don't wait for middle age to awaken you, start now to save. In the savings department of the Quarry Savings Bank & Trust Co. you can begin with as small as $1.00 or any larger amount that suits you. FOUR PER CENT (4 per cent) in- ' terest will be paid on your funds. Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co- , "The Personal Service Bank." QUARRY BANK BUILDING BARRE, VT. TALK OF THE TOWN Ix)ng diUnce and geneml trucking, furniture a eperialty. uramw wyr Bottling Work, Tel. 726-M or 740-W. -nd v. .rn a few mora loads left tit that rA fAoincr and a abwood al .s.iO. Granite City Bottling WorJvB, Tel. 726 M or 748-W. adv. . , t . I'niversaliota wbo have eloimrip i nv kmrt tor me runiiiiuve iirdar. June 17, please notity Mrs. r. i. (hitler, tel. B07-A1, tietore rnajty aim it will be called for. adv. the health, happiness progress of the state. and economic Through their training and treatment' of the patients and through their isolation of the pa tients they can accomplitsn a great deal along those lines. Vermont couiJ. acareely devote herself to a more help ful worlc than this, rightly conducted. ; VERMONT'S TUBERCULOSIS , INSTITUTIONS. The formal acceptance by the state of Vermont of the Caverly prevento rium at Pittsford and the dedication of the institution to the -work of sav ing children from tuberculosis mark an important step in the progress of the campaign toward eliminating tu berculosis in Vermont. There are now three institutions, which are devoted exclusively to the work of lighting tu berculosis, the Caverly preventorium, the state sanatorium at Pittsford and the Washington county tuberculosis hospital in Barre. AH three of those institutions are eithe filled to their capacity or to the extent of their pres. ent ability to carry on effective work against tuberculosis; and around them eenters an important flight in behalf of Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt. Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 Pays 4 P. C. on Saving Deposits 2 P. C. on Commer cial Deposits All taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and State of Vermont ; TRUSTEES COORfiE I B LAN CHARD. PrMeTit. EDWARD H. EEAVITT. Vic President. K. JULIUS VOLHOLM. Vic President. FRANK N. SMITH, Trtwursr. W. C. NYE. HARRY DANIELS. X. K. CALLAHAN. USED TIRES 30x3 30x3!'2 32x4 . , 33x4 34x4 .-I . 35x5 33x4 Prices very low for quick turnover. yours now. F. W. BARRETT Vulcanizing & Auto Supplies, Montpelier, U Tel. J68-W Odd Sizes 35x4 36x4 " . 37x4l2 They go fast get Protect Your Property With a Policy in the BURLINGTON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of BURLINGTON, VERMONT This Company, though not the largest, is as strong as the strongest, as good as the best. Insurance in force $10,662,176.00 Policy holders protection , . . 1,303,636.00 Insurance at cost on. either mutual or paid-up plan. Automobile fire insurance written. f Prompt and satisfactory adjustment of losses. Call on' DREW & LYNDE Agents for Barre,. Barre City, Berlin and Orange. Vermont MiteS Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-FIFTH TEAK Insurance in Force $129,158,8400 Premium Notes in Force . . . $12973,351.00 Cash Assets "$430,000.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up-Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile 4 Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent 5V McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange Barre V 3 Bargain Days at' Palace Garage, Inc. JUNE 15, 16 AND 17 30x312 Goodrich Tires, each .'k. .. $9.00 Creepers, each .V. . . . . $1.23 Polarine Oil, 1 gal. cans ....................... . . . . .90 National Headlight Lens, per set 1.25 Rubber Running Board Mats, each ................ .75 Electric Horns, each 5.00 Barre Name Plates, per set . . .65 Whiz Oil Soap, 5-lt pails 1.20 Luggage Carriers 5.00 Tire Pumps : r .3.50 Many other bargains. Call and get our prices. You Get Back More Than You Give Every time you save a sum of money you make a trade. But it is not an even trade. Suppose you are saving for your son's education or for a home ; of your own. Every deposit you make in the First ' National Bank will remain safe until you need the money and will earn 4 per cent interest. , Whatever your plans are, your savings and their earning power will help you realize them. The First National Bank ' MONTPELIER, VT. Jnst a Few Specials for This Week A $65.00 Sellers' Kitchen Cabinet, full size, oak finish $37.50 An $18.00 White Cotton Mattress $9.98 A 9x12 Felt Base Art Square $9.98 , Regular $16.00 value. ' 65c Felt Base FJIoor Coverings for ...... ......... .49c An $8.00 All-Iron National Spring i...$4.98 Folding Camp' Chairs canvas bottom, $1.25 value for 75c Extra Special for Saturday A Nine-piece Jacobean Oak Dining Suite; regular price $195.00, Saturday's price $119.00 20 per cent Discount on all Goods not Mentioned in this ad v.- A. W. Badger & Co. CndrrttJiura an 4 Mcn4 Embtlmmt FarMmJ Attention to Ttil Wsrfc TL 447-W A NEW AND UIVTO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE ' Let the Wife Look After the Bank Funds Man, by nature, has a way of putting off to to-morrow what should be done to-day. Some times, he does the act to-morrow. Sometimes, it is put off indefinitely. Woman is different. That is why the house hold runs along smoothly. If you are a wife, or if you are single, you can put this quality to profita- V bleuse. RUN A BANK ACCOUNT. 'ZK Each week when you make a mental budget for the family purse. Don't Forget This Bank. "V" After you arrange for the general expenses, lay V aside a certain amount for the future. Place it ) safe. In our bank it can either draw interest 4 thereby increasing or be used for checking. f " Your great pleasure is in knowing the home cir- "1. cle is safe. You know the safety you feel when the family funds are not low. They will not be low, if you act. n Barre Trust (Jompany rXA& E. LANG LEY. PratMcM. E9WAKD W. BISEES. Vk-PrM.4nt. U. B. CLARK. Trwm. DIRECTORS: Mnr4 W, RW. Jam G. Ckl fit & Luurkr. QUw H. Tm. 1 ' , W t. V, Barre's Oldest Banldng Institution ITS RECORD For nearly forty years this bank has faithfully served Che public. Deposits have come to it from all sections of the state of Vermont in fact, it has de positors in nearly every state in the United States and Canada- The bank is operated with but one aim in view, and that aim is to provide a safe and serviceable depository for the general public Upon this basis, we solicit your account. GRANITE SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Depontory f tit City ( Barr ! JOSJt X20W. Pre!et B B COMING &inre9 Tfiniree argaim Days Thursday, Friday and Saturday Thursday Opening Day 300 Pairs Ladies Regent Ked?, at cost . These are all leather trimmed and are just the shoes for vacation wear. In all three days you will find many lines of Summer . Footwear at very low prices. (Just at the opening of the season when you need them.) We have not the space to list the different numbers, but don't fail to be here as it will save you money on your Footwear bills. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop