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4 THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922. 1 " . '1 i BARRE DAILY TIMES , WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922. Published Evn-y Week-Day Aftwnoon by THE BARRE TIMES, INC. .Frank E. Langley, Publisher. Entrfd at the Postofflce t Rarra as Stcond , Class Mail Matters WILLI AMSTOWN K. J. R utter, optometrist, will be at j the inn Saturday, the Inn. , tall ana I have your eyes examined. adv. Platform dance at C. A. Cady's, Chclaea west hill, Friday evening, Kept. 8. Ladies please bring cake or sandwiches. adv. ; " SUBSCRIPTION RATES j Mr.' mid Mrs. Roy Potter and son, On rear by mail .-f jo ' Howell, returned to their home In Tho Y- lt Sund.y after a One month by mall B cents ' short visit at Carl V. heav'er s Howell 6inU copy 2 cents j Heaver, who ia regularly employed at All subscriptions cash In advance. j the feed gtor(J of Vharleg ,M. Seaver MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED press. I & Co,, returing with them. afJJl'W'i Miaa Myrtle B. Seaver is in charge oatchn credited to it or not otherwise cred.of the first primary room at the yil ited in this nanrr. and also the local news publithft therein. You may put in ydur order for an thracite but iti is a wise precaution to do more than a little wood cutting in the meantime. What's the need of wireless anyway if people can sit in their homes and hear a band concert on Mount Mans field, seven miles distant by air linef It has been only forty years since we, began to. light buildings with elec tricity, the comparatively short span revealing ' how recently we emerged from the "kerosene circuit" stage. BARRE 'S ELIGIBLE VOTERS OUGHT TO REGISTER. The primary- for nomination of lo cal, county, state and national candi dates is less than a week away. The immediate duty of persons eligible to vote is to .get their names on the check list, in Barre there will be meetings of the board of civil author ity for that purpose this afternoon, ficpt. 6, and during the evenings of Sept. 7 and 8. Barre has very accept able candidates for several county of fices and it is the duty of every Barre person eligible to get out and have their 'names listed. This applies to both men and women although it ap plies particularly to women because there is a far greater percentage of them who' thus far have failed to avail themselves . of the privilege of voting because of the comparative newness of the right. Don't take it for granted that jour name is on the check list, but go and see if it is listed. If your name is not listed, take immediate steps to have it put on the list. The several meetings of the board of civil "authority are being held at the city hall and all information desired will be given at that place. Barre ought to turn out a rousing vote for the va rious townspeopTe who are candidates for nominations. Get listed and then go to the voting places on Sept. 12. i lace schools this fall, this - including the first and second grades. Mrs. Kuby Whitney: haa the 3rd ami 4th grades and Miss tydie Hart of btowe the 6th and 6th grades. Grant Lane and family, who have been at their farm -formerlly the John Adams place, for several weeks, have returned to their home m Barre. Miss Edna E. Waldo went the 4th to Maretown, where she is engaged for the fifth year in the village schools. Arthur C. Bennett of route No. 1 re ceived word Sunday evening of the sudden death of his father, D. A. Ben nett, : who was married , but a short time ago and had bought a farm in Middletown, Mass., and was just' tak ing possessioin. A later wire from the son stated that the body was to.be brought back to his . old home and that the fuueral would be on Wednes day, the 6th, at 1:30 p. m. .Miss Evelyn M. I ovell began teacn ing in the South Hill school on Tues day morning. , ' ' ? Mr. and Mrs. Allen banordanci laim- ly returned the 4th to Enosburg Falls, after a visit to Mrs. Stafford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. un.rhn. William (J. Uigfli and Miss Mabel A. Lasoll who are in covernment work at Washington, D. C, are spending tneir vacation in town, coming in ineir car. after a trip through Rew lork and parts of the middle west. Born, Aug. 14, a daughter, Elva Helen, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G, Hood of the Tracy farm. A party which included Mr. and Mrs. Perley G. Panders and daughter, Lona, Misses Millie J.' Dniry and Lena B. Seaver and Mrs. Minnie O. Curtis started bright and early on the morn ing of ' the 4th for a trip to Old Orchard beach, Me., intending to be away for two days. Miss Josephine Howe of Burlington is acting as teacher of Domestic science in the high school for a short time or until a permanent teacher can be found for the position. oil- v After all is said and i done, there is nothing to excel the good old sweater in the good new colors and models for comfort, conven ience and looks. For the links and the car, for general wear and daily use, a neces sity. For this reason we have this Fall, a very complete assortment; prices $2.50 to $12.00. The new Belted Sport Jacket $4.50. r : WATERBVRY Several from here attended the celebration on Mt. Mansfield on Labor day. The buffet lunch in the tent was served , under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. XV. F. Davis of the inn. Attention should again be called to the fact that the board 'of civl autority meets at t town clerk V office on . Saturday evening and the board of civil authority of Dux bury al so meets at the town clerk's office in that town on that evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Southard of Worcester, Mass.. are the parents of a son, who was been named Ralph Ray mond Southard, jr. The mother was before marriage Mis Renia Tatro and lived much with her sister, Jlrs. Hal-, ter Irish. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Demeritt and on, Beverly, are, occupying their new bungalow, which they have erected in; Randolph. The canning of corn began' t the factory of the Demeritt t o. ' Monday. i Music at the Congregational church , last Sunday was exceptionally good. The regular choir was assisted by Mrs. Metealf, Charles Parker and Mrs. Har- old Paine of Dorchester, while there j was much delight also in the return of i Mrs. Burton Luce to the choir work. . Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt. Capital Surplus-and Un divided Profits, ?220,000 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 State of Vermont TRUSTEES GEORGE L. BLANCHAKD. Pre Meat. EDWARD Hw DEAVITT. Vice. President. , H. JULIUS VOLHOLM. Vice. Prmident. FRANK N. SMITH. Treasure. W. G. NYE. HARRY DANIELS. X. . CALLAHAN. R E Rogers Company & TALK OF THE TOWN All kinds of light trucking done. Ap ply to James Glass, 3 Dix street. Tel. 27'6-R. adv. Public Sentiment Public sentiment is a much overworked misnomer. What is ordinarily termed "public sentiment" is not sentiment at all; it is the combined conscience of the people, their united judgment ex pressed in various unmistakable ways. " Judgment cannot be safely based on sentiment. Public or quasi-public institutions must - conduct their affairs 1 so that they may merit-a favorable public judgment. , A clean-cut strong banking institution cannot allow the free play of sentiment in the exercise of its'duty. Its officers and'di rectors must be men of judgment based on facts ascertained free from sentiment. In this way and only in this way can it maintain public confidence. ' We wish to have this bank judged solely on its record as a public depository. We do not care a whit for "public sentiment" but we do wish to be held worthy of a favorable public judgment. If you believe in !ean cut banking we sincerely welcome your account. Peoples National Bank of Barre 4 per cent The Only National Bank in Barre 4 per cent an A Lucky Escape ONE SATURDAY EVENING a man made a ' purchase of $40.00 worth of goods, to be paid for in three monthly payments. When he went to make the last payment he was surprised to learn that the store wanted $27.00 rather than $13.50 which he expected to pay. They claimed only one payment had been made. This man came to the bank to ask our ad vice. He said he was sure he had paid the bill; that he remembered writing a check for the payment. It took but a minute or, two to find that can celled check. , Of course the store gladly corrected their mis take when they saw this cancelled check.' Mis takes occur once in awhile no matter how care ful you are. But you will never have to pay an ac count twice when you can show a properly' can celled check to prove that you have actually paid as you claim. Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. , QUARRY BANK BUILDING BARRE, VT. EAST BARRE The game of baseball Sunday be tween Kast Barre and Hardwick re sulted in a 13 to 3 score in East Ilarre's favor. Gray pitched for East Barre for six innings) allowing one hit and no runs. Young Roark pitched the Test of the game, allowing three hits with some loose playing. The Hardwick team scored their three runs. East Barre will play the Xorthfield legion next Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at East Barre. A hot game is expected, as Xorthfield has a good team. Everybody out to the field day at W. P. Burgin farm, Grotoii road, on Thursday. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Maccabees, attention! Regular meet ing of Harmon review, No. I, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Social hour after the meet ing. The collector will be at the hall at 6:30 for dues. TALK OF THE TOWN Buy all your school supplies at Drown' Dnife Store. adv. Long distance and general trucking, I furniture a specialty, uraaite Uty Bottling Works. Tel. 728M or 748-W. adv. r Vermont Mutual Tire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. Official Test 5U Miles On a Gallon of Gas! This record breaking run was recently made with a Ford equipped with a New 1922 Stromberg Carburetor and Hot Spot. Think of the econ omy the saving in fuel bill the ease of operation the bet ter acceleration. Let us equip your Ford with this specially designed carburetor and double your mileage. Come in today and let us show you Ford performance, which is astonishing. Easy starting Quick get-away Power. ' Harvey & Mower THE FAIR OF HOSPITALITY GWLAl VALLEY , EXPOSITION Essex Center, Vt. September 12-13-14-15 BIG RACING EVENTS! LARGE DISPLAY OF STOCK 1 BOYS' AND GIRLS' EXHIBIT! BASE BALL GAMES! STUNNING BIG .MIDWAY! BIG FREE VAUDEVILLE! This is the fair you have heard so much about the fair that is to have the best and largest grounds in the state. Come and see what new blood and life can do to make a fair Your Fair the best fair ever. DONT MISS IT YOU MUST SEE IT Put Your Idle Money To Work Your dollars placed on deposit here in the Hyde Park Bank will work for you day and night without thought of rest or relaxation Furthermore, they will start working the day they are received and will multiply at the rate of FOUR PERCENT PER ANNUM FOR EVERY THIRTY-DAY PERIOD they are on deposit at the Hyde Park Bank. Business men, farmers, investors and many others find it not only a great convenience to bank their surplus money here, but also the most profitable and safest way to employ it during the process of accumulation. Deposits may be sent by Postal or Express Money Order, Check or Registered Letter. In this Bank's thirty-three years of experience no depositor has ever lost a dollar so sent. The Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust Company Hyde Park - - - Vermont niiiBiiiatiililii?iilllhiiraiir? s ; ysM5 . II . 7 F.O.B. I I With its many new re- j I finements and even more j complete equiprneni,ai no i extra cost to you, the Ford ' j Sedan is now more than " I ever the world s greatest j I enclosed car value.,' . . - j : ! I 1 1 Perrv Automobile Co. - ! I 325 No. Main St., Tel. 800, Barre j j 58 Vi State St., Tel 72-W, Montpelier . j - 11 """''- ' NINET7-FIFTH TEAR . Insurance in Force ..... . .$129,158,841.00 Premium Notes in Force ... $12,973,351.00 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 Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent . McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange School Time Again Start the Children Off With Good Shoes There's a Reason for our many boy and girl customers. There isn't much use in telling a regular boy or girl to be careful of their shoes. The right time to guard against early holes is when the shoes are purchased. Our school shoes are made by manufacturers' who make it a special point to put only the hardiest leathers in their shoes, and reinforce them where the hardest wear comes. FREE Another lot of "Tite-Lok" adjustable stilts. A pair goes with every pair of Boys' and Girls' Shoes. . Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop II aBSBBsl Automobile Insurance J.W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE 34 R. "Were I Twenty-One Again said a man of fifty "I would make it a rule to de posit at least one-tenth of my income. If I had done that for the past thirty years I would be wealthy to-day." This plan will bring every one who starts it early in life a measure of financial independence. The First National Bank MONTTELIER, VT. Safety in Buying Furniture Unlike other merchandise, one cannot be too careful In buying furniture. "Safety First" has a very deep mean ing when applied to furniture, and it is very important that your mind should be at absolute ease when trading at a furniture store. Compare Our Quality and Prices. In our advertising you will find no sensational offers to entice you into our store All you will find will be plain statements to the ef fect that we meet all competition on quality goods. It will pay you inspect the prices of all. We would not deny you that privilege, nor would we dis courage you in that practice. For we have nothing to lose by such comparison. It will pay us as well as you. Let us show you our Three Piece Over Stuffed Suites covered in Genuine Leather and Tapestry. A. W. Badger & Co. A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE JW 4 4 4 k.