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THE BARRE DAILY TIMESI"1.BA3JJUB,"..YT. TUESDAY,. JULY 18, J92g,
BARRE pAILY TIMES ; m i .in mi -up. ' ii) mi TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1923. fubH.htd Every Wk-D7 Af""!?' THE BARRB DAILY TIMES, 1K0. funk K. U"gl. PnbHrinr. ! Entered at Oj Postufflc t Burr u M" Claw Matt Matter i SUBSCRIPTION BATES On year by Pi month Threw nwntha On monll 7 mall ..,.,,. ,,fM by mi. IFlf t,tl..i2 ""5 h by mr. . ....... All ubeeriptiooa MU la advMPt W EMBER OF THB ARBOOUTBD PR"fl Tlia Auorlatod Praaa to axiiliitlvaif .ntiiM to th oaa for nipublfcrntion of all ntm 4f "pitches credited in It T P othtrwtjy rre Mad la thto paptr, ao4 alff UM Itl tuh!itld thenia. The IT. S. customs men Benrchinjj for liquor ought tq wspeet fqneral proces sions to th extent of leltipg th vehi cle pass without inspection, - gsrd the safety of human life but it might have boon otherwise had the condition a been somewhat different. ' A man at Lawrence, Mass., shot five times at a young woman and, when asked why, he put in the playful ex planation that he was" drunk at the time. There ia some doubt whether the judge sees the humor of the situation. : Alleged attempts at train wrecking in the (southern part of New England, following the strike of a part of the employes of the railroads, tail for as thorough an examination as possible, coincident' with strict surveijlunce pf railroad property insofar as t is pos sible. It is possible that persons of perverted mentality entirely dissociat ed with the labor trouble iUelf might seize upon the present opportunity aa a favorable time for working out some nefarious p!n - of wrecking trains, Probably no one realizes this possi bility better than the official of the railroads. No matter what's the outcome of the , negotiations over the coal situation, it will not come amiss to put in a good sized pile of chunk wood. Many fur naces can operate-for the milder weath er on chunks and furnish a measure of heat. - Candidates for .Washington eouny officers are getting so thick that a 1 newspaper reporter stumbled, ever jivp of them at one time an. State, street in Montpelicr. Everyong of the five -was ready and prompt t give the re porter a helping hsnd. .That's cQ.-opsr Ation for you. A woman is being considered a candidate, for town representative from South Burlington in the Vermont leg islature. The experiment of having a woman ecrve in the legislature worked out well in the pioneef case !n Ver moot,' and there is reason to believe that a fe more women of a similar mental stamp would tend to work to the advantage of the state. If South Burlington has ar capable woman will ing to go to the legislature, send her along to Montpelier, by all means. This we say despite the fact that South Bur lington has frequently had prominent legislate in the person of Daniel O'BrieTi.- - ' " - - . - " The Middlabury Rpgiat lapses inta the race track vernacular in summing up the first district congressional sit uation as follows . ''Ha (t'laetwood) is (he best bet thus far among those who ' have expressed serious desires for the votes of the west-eiders.'' Perhaps that sentiment sixes up the concensus pf opinion over on the west aide as suc cinctly asa parson could put it in some other language. . The driver of a motor truck in Bur lington "didn't see, a woman who was crossing the street and ran her down, ; his vehicle inflicting injuries which caused her death ia a few hours. An the accident Joo ipUee g lrPfti day light there does not seem to be much excuse for not seeing the pedestrian, es pecially since the accident did pot take, place ;at a place congested by traffic. The eyes of a soldier are needed by drivers of motor vehicles eyes that are at attention rather ban wander ing around the horizon. . : The St. Albans Messenger speaks of gypsy bands "beginning to enter (he state." ' Bless you, neighbor, you've been most fortunate if you have es caped that aoourge thus far.- In other parts of Vermont the people have been overrun, so to speak, by the pest until outraged public opinion took a hand in the matter and drove the gypsies out, just .ai tJ St. Albans contemporary urges the public in its vicinity to dp We notice-that a similar policy ia in operation in parts of Massachusetts, so that the nomads are finding their path not strewn with easy money from for tune telling and marauding. ' v The experience; ftf the resident and property owner ateng the Williman sett brook yaJley leading to Cliicopee, Mast., is such aa to warrant tha de mand fof an innpeetioB of dams follow ing the excessive pressure eaused by the great rainfall of tha early summer. This pressure of water must have weak ened the restraining structures in those case in which th material of construe, tion is of wood and earth, and perhaps it may have undermined the daais of heavier construction. An inspection of the dam might reveal seme defects that need remedying. The Chienpw oc currence turned out fortunately as re-1 'FLEETWOOD'S ANNOUNCEMENT Frederick 0. FJeetwood'j announce ment of his candidacy fo the first di tfict copgrensionaj nomination i comparatively modest document, en tirely free from grandiose declarations but .permeated by a quiet "dutermina tion' to give, if elected, the best service he is capable of. Fleetwood is not much given to Wmbast anyway and if the Voters of tha first district sea fit to elect him tf the position he will not endeavor to electrify Congress or to institute great reforms forthwith but will give conservative, thoughtful con sideration to the various matters un der consideration. There is no doubt that Fleetwood, wauh serve the s..at and nation well and that he would do credit to the state as a successor to Frank L. Qreene. We da not know how the first distnet voters feel about the matter l?ut we believe that Fleetwood wjll receive; strong support and fhat he is likely to recpive the nomination over Martin S. Viias ef Burlington who Is the only other a.vowed candidate at the present time. Kl Work. Mrs. Hatfield accosted a colored woman who was passing. "Do you knew anyone I can hire to help me clean house f V 'No'm." J ain't knowin any colored Iadiea what needs work, but I knows a colored man what clean windows and does some other kinds of house cleanin', " "What does he charge?" "Sixty cents an hoor." i "Why he makes more than some school teachers, doesn't he?'' ''Tas'mi but school teacher only has to use dp haids. Judge. . Overkwerkinj a Good Thing. An office boy who had received sever a) raises demanded a further increase 'tin what grounds?" asked the boss. "Well Because you can't very well got alopg witnout me. 'If you were dead I'd have to get along witnout you, wouidn t n "Ye. I suppose so." "Then consider yourself dead." Union Pacific Family Bulletin. Sure Enough. 'It's a funny thine about' human na tuie,'1 said Bangs, as he walked home witn ni nexirooor neignnpr. t "What's funny about it " "Whv. if vau tU a man there are 270,169,323,431 stars he'll believe you but if a sign says 'Fresh paint' he woij'f believe it without a personal investigation.-jiiniienjiuua i uuuua. Ctpun4 for Suipicioa. "Would you marry a man for money T" ' "NV replied Mis Cayenne,, "but I aliould regard the lark fir u a grouna for suspicion that he wasn't a good business man, and therefor hesitate to depend on him for a home or bappi ness. -Washington Star. i ' I t V Would You Boatridc Without Oaro? You should have full equipment to make any trip. The journey through life may be made in a limping, rogresslcsa way, if you do pot keep step with the times. If ypu want to be up and going with the other active fellow, you must be fully equipped. This can not be denied un less you want to "just drift about." A savings account, drawing interest like we rayf ffives safety, more capital and Satisfac tion in Yourself. Thousands pf people are profiting through our fystem. Why not you ? . In every stream there is an occasional ad Verse current , The only direction you can drift with it is way. Barre Trust Company rSAKK & LAKGLST, Pnmfeat. EDWAILD W. SISSE. Vica-rmttaal H- B. ClARJC Tranm DIRECTORS i Every man is reaching now for SOFT COL . IAHS - the new kind that you can wear without losing your self respect Van Hensen -and Shirts at prices that prove pros perity for your pocket is present, $1.50 to $4.50. Neckwear that needs no advertising, it sells on its looks. '' . R E Rogers & Company CURRENT COMMENT , . Boosting Vermont. One of the finest opimrtunitie for boosting Vermont waattitkn advtiiitajy of by Commissioner of Education Oempsey and publicity agent Darrah at the great conventum of the a tienal Educational association recent ly held in the city at Boston. The visitors were there in great numbers from all sections of the coun try, and they were largely those who understood and. appreciate natural scenery and the advantage of rest mid beautiful surroundings. Many of thent were from the middle west where vast level plant take the place of mountain scenery and there was a splendid opportunity of enticing there tq test the seen and breathe, the air of the uplands. It pays to advertise in whatever di rection one may choose to look. What is true of commodities is true of lo cations. Straneers do not stumble upon scenes of beauty unintentional ly. They need a directing hand, Ver mont, as a vacation state has no equal in the eastern part of the country. Jt is no 'disparagemenet of the rest of New England to say that the Green Mountain state is unique in its appeaj to the lover of the picture jque. Mara and more families from all parts of the country are making their sum mer home amid our green field and under the shadow of our stately moun tains. ' It is not' altogether fine hotels that are needed. Many visitors do not rare for the bustle of a summer hostelry. What they want is quiet rest, peace ful shade, nourishing county food and a chance to Jive their lives undisturbed by fussy landlords or obsequious ser vants. T H such the state opens Its arms of welcome. There are hundreds of peaceful villages, seeulded hamlets, solitary farm house and near pond National Bank Service . Service worth while is always the result . of constant en deavor. - Co-operation, friendly interest and a liking to serve must be second nature to each officer and .employee throughout the bank. Here at the Peoples National whenever we arecalled upon to render some special service we do it just a little quicker, a little be,tter and are a little more pleasant about it than is ex pected. v 1 , National Bank Service is something more kthan a name--it is the very life, breath and sinew of this bank That is one good reason why our list of customers continues to grow. Peoples National Bank of Barre l per cent The Only National Bank in Barre 4 per cent. and lake cottages whore for a small ex pense the people who want to escape from the hush and roar of municipal distraction may spend many happy weeks, to the advantage of their spir its, their souls and their bodies. Those who are boosting Vermont will do well not to confine their atten tion to the large hotels but to search out and advertise the more secluded spots free ; from the distraction of fashionable society, Newport Express. Speaking of "Boner", The other night I was sitting in thbe parlor with my girl and her small' brother, when auddenlyl the light went i out! And ata once I slipped the kid a two-bit piece and he left the room as ! I expected, but the little nut went right dawn to the cellar and dropped; the com in the meter! I Thank You, Pit Panther. ell'i Red Cross Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks $2.50 to $100.00 Call for free catalog. Take a Sterno Porta ble Stove on your camping trip. Call for Special Prices and the free Aluminum Fry ing Pan. Don't go to camp without one or more boxes of Rexall Order lies. They act natural ly and form no habit. Prices 25c and 50c. Have you a Portable Grafonola carry as easily as a grip. Call and Jet us show you. Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt. Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 Pays " ' . 4f " ' - i 4 P. C, on Savings Deposits 2 P. C. on Commer cial Deposits AU taxes, paid by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and State of Vermont TRUSTEES GEORGE 1 BLANCHARD. rratdflil, - EDWARD IL DEAVITT. Visa. Frealdant. H. JULIUS VOLHOLM. Vfca. Fnatdrat FRANK K. SMITH, Tratiuw. W Q. NYE. HARRY DANIELS. T. H. CALLAHAN. is the cleanest, safest and most convenient power in uae to day. Your wirea are the arteries of your power system. " Poor installation of wiring will never give dependable service and of ten. spoil the best of machinery. Have your wiring done right by , ; Barre Electric Co. ' Tel. 98 . Montpelier Electric Co. Tel. 26 "FOR TOUR ELECTRIC WANTS" A Young Man's Plan A Young, man came to the bank one day and told us he was going sway, from home $q work, Jie wanted to know how to send his money back to us for his savings account. We talked this matter over with him and he found it easy to do his banking by mail. When he gets his salary he promptly sends a good share 'of it to be deposited for him, and his account is GRQWING rapidly. When he comes home he will find more money to his credit than he sent us because his money has been earning interest for him. No matter where you may go you will find it easy to do your banking with us by mail. Come in and talk with us about this service be fore going away. ' Quarry Savings Bank arid Trust Co. QUARRY BANK BUILDING ' BARRE, VT. Fire -Insurance ' at ' COST in the ' Burlington Mutual Fire Insurance Company BURLINGTON, VT Insurance in force , ,$10,854,486 Policy holders' protection.. 1,332,187 DREW & LYNDE, Agents City of Barre, Barre Town, Berlin and Orange Telephone 094 Ground floor, 82 No. Main Street Of business failures, the' cause in 32.3 per cent of the cases is lack of capital. Many more men fail to get into business at ; all simply because they have no money, to invest when their real chance comes. Time plays a big part in build ing up capital. That is why we believe it is so important for you to start laying aside money in this bank. s soon as you cahfor your big op portunity, - - The First National Bank MONTPELIER, f. DRY WOOD Hardwood Slabs at $3.50 make an excellent sum mer wood. Limb Wood at $3.75. Second growth Wood at $4.00 and $4.50. All sizes of High Grade Coal. , Calder & Richardson Phone 450 K E D he DuMy Days Are Here ; Windows are open and every, breeze comes laden with dust. The children are in and out of the house all day long, innocently adding to your labor. And these are not days when you want to stay in doors and clean. THIS SUMMER GET THAT EU- REKA VACUUM CLEANER youve long' intended to buy. , ! Special Summer Prices. Telephone Montpelier 324 or Barre 246-It Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co. 1 . X REDS The bright, clean and cool footwear fof th$e hot days, Keds, the up-to;. the-minute wear. Generally you Know the port shoes are tQp rugged tp wear to be appro priate with sheer frocks, but here is a style fashioned oi fine white cloth and apron Mrap which gives it sport dash and very timely designed; it really is dressy enough for afternoon! . , There is always some good buys on our bargain counters. ; Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop K E D Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Jllontpelier, Vt, HINETY-FIFTH YAM Insurance in Force $129,158,841.00 Premium Notes in Force ... $12,973,351.00 Cash Assets 77 $430,000.00 policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up-Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fife Insurance If you are peeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & tfent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Saturday Special One lot Enameled Bread Boxes 13x11 inches with a Cylinder Top. , ONLY $1.49 Come quick, for they will not last long at this price. Saturday Only A. W. Badger & 'Co. A NEW AND LT-TO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE 7 4.