' iATÙItDÀY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920
Gray Outlines Pian
l'or New Newport Plant
(CDiilinuci l'roni )uc,e one)
posdble location:. Ah. Gniy i
consideriti,';: two or three ditfeiefit
piei.es al propcrt in Newport at the
pre.cnt ami oxpeets to r.r.ikc hi:; de
tision on location within u few day.-.
Thr-e attendine la: t hixht's tm-et-ii;;:
w re: John K. Akin, C. 1J. Davis
Geoi.;c L. Bailey, Chi' e nte Rich
mond; Huh rairbrother, l'hilip
Manchimi, Charles Krown, Mayor
JanwH T. Gardnei, John Prouiy and
D,. I!. D. Lon;e.
Ths followinp are those who bave
àlrcady subscribed for a certain
nuTT.bcr ot thares in the new l i -nini:
James McCarten. J. A. Auhin.
Frr.nk 1. Flint, P. ). Miller, F. II.
Khemian, I). N. Dwinell, Philin
Manchard, C. H. IUvis, W ili W.
Tuie, John R. Akin, and JdIui Prouty.
Scveral moro bave sijfnif.cd their in-trntio-.i
of takiiiK shnrcs and it ?'m ;
crrtr.in that the entire $10,00(1 wiil he
tub cribed for with little houhlc.
Mi-'. Shattuck of Kint'ato, R. I.,
he; heca visiting- M". and Mrs. O. 15.
Shattuck atuì callinjr on friend.; in
I .'i.. and Mr.-. C. E. Gooclrow iincT
; ..on, George, have "-a ne to S.iuniord,
1 t'onn., to visit hlve. Good.ow's
't bnthci, BthvaVd Freedct.
I A mettili'? O! tiic Board ol Civil
I Authoiily wiil bc belìi at the city osi'.-
coi ;;t Y.'.O o'edock tonifihf for the
j purpase oi addili;; names ol voters io
the check !i-t.
The regolar weeklv (bill of Com
pany L wiil be held nn Wednesdav
eveninu: in-tead of on Tuos lav nicht.
The eb inse fa made tu a rostilf of the
d:seontinuance of bid concert';.
The Newport water truck, wbieh
wa; loaned to the Citv of Shcrbrooke
durili' fair week has (bue some Jine
woik in watcrinir the race traci; on
Fullor Kawson and dausrhtrr o
Kfto:Sn'rir Fall were in town on
M;. and Mrs. C. II. l'rcscoti, who
bave been campili- in their cottage
at Wìllousrl.bv Lake, rcturned hoii'e
this a. ni. ' r E
Mi-s ( Lira Baniard, who is rpcnd
int the summer with her brother on
hi fami i ; at home for a few day-.
F.d. Coarto: l'rom Albany has mov
ed into the tcnemcr.t in Mrs. Ifol
biooke's house on Oliver Street.
Mrs. B. B. Jerome is makinjr re
pair on her house on Main Street.
The Cbri'-tnias Cirrle niet with
Mrs. Ada White Fri-iay p. ni.
Alden Owen has purchased a new
The l'oniona Granire niet last niht i
at Odd Fellows Hall. !
Miss Rurues-. tei chc- in irra-le 1, '
tnonis and boards with Mrs. Franz '
Hunt. .. !
Mr-. Ni'llie Aldrieh who h:is bnen
visiiiiif with fi'iend-s in GJoyer. -has ,
returnrd to MY. Barrows' in Bai-lon ;
wl:ne sii: wiil stop befDie rctuniins i
la Maldcn. :.Ias. !
EAST CHARLESTON ì
A box social and entertainment
wiil be given ui)iler the ru.-pices of
the Modem Woodir.cn ot America in
tiir Woodi-.Mii Hall on W'ednesd.iy
evenin;;-, Se.ptemhe'r The p-aceeds
derived froni the iMfai: wiil y tov.T.ril
purchasiniv l'i piano for the hall.
Mi.-s Jennie Cnmpbell has returned
to her home fronl ' St. John.-bury
where shp was tmployed as a ele:k in
the Berry-Bull Dry goods storo.
Mi. and Mis. Klmei Huff ol New
York and l'r. and Mrs. Perry Buck
rceently visitivi relatives in town.
Miss' Ftta and Thomas Cannine
visited friends in St. Johnsl)i;i v la t
wek. Mr-. Holt of West Buike is
visit ing ber daughter, Pdrs. Hailcy
READ THE CLASSinilDS
ROARING BROOK PARK, BARTON, VT.
WEDHESDAY AND THURSDAY
Two Big Days
10.00 O'CLOCK A. M. Baseball, Lyndonville vs. Barton. Band
Concerts. Exhibition of Premium Stock, Vaudeville Acts,
Horsc Racing, Thrce Aeroplane Exhibition Flights, passeng
ers carried. Something doing ev.ery minute.
10.00 O'CLOCK A. II. Baseball,' Sherbrooke vs. Barton, r.acing,
Parade of Premium Stock, Band Concerts, Three Aeroplane
Exhibition Flights and passenger carrying, Big Vaudeville
Acts. Not a dull moment ali day.
Tuèsday is "Get Ready Day' AH cntries
must be made and judged
Nearly 3ó horses liavc been entered for the races. Larger
txhibits of stock are expected than before. Fast Baseball
teams bave been sccured.
This is Your .Fair. Fili the
Car and See the Crowd
F. S. W11ITCIIER, PiCLudent, Barton, Vermont.
C. E. UAMBLET, Secretary, Barton, Vermont.
Gioisca Voler Dcclarcs the
Newport Candidate Has
Proven Woi th
11. H. Adam
: .itimi: ir
Mrs. Celia Perkins wa ; in l.owell
la t week to mtend the funcral of her
brother, Wilhur Soutber.
Fre I Benware niotored to Wil
buicrhbv l.ake with a party of friend;
Mis. Clara Conant ol' WorriviUc
i lieim;' entertained by her brother,
G. 1'. Lawrence.
M -. . and Mrs. Ilarrv Marball re
eentlv entei't:iined fi-iends from
C. M. Keith has stnrted out with
bis reaper and is doirv- nlcnty of
nood wn-k with it as usuai.
Mise C. M. Keith, Flnier TTon inirer
and Mr. and Mrs. Mark llou.-iinrer
"'"ic recent visitors in Tvoy and
Mr. and Mrs. TJif Benware and Vv.
m i Mi -. Bert Cook and ehild'on vis
ited friend.-) in Albanv reeently. '
ol' Chelsoa writeò
rime - on the (jovernorship
ivi after discussile.; somc
y the other eandidates ha.;
of his old friend, Col. C.
I this lo
! S. Fm' i-y:
! ?!,. Kmerv
nnd ore who is not and nevi r iva.- ?.
i ìnanufaelui ri . Ile was borii on a
i larva in Vermont. Ile wa-. not fed
! with a ;r;dd spoon, but carne u p like
j other fanne r h ìvs ol liis ti'ie. He
. therefoic knows the condiMons et
! fami life and how a fariner l'vcs. As
i he h i- always lived in 'ennoiit lie
j knows their nred- and the ni-eds ol
the state in (renerai. He worked hi.-.
; way l'ioni tlie fami O batik la.'hier,
Ithen ; evei-al tinies repreeiùed hi
town in the lejii.-Jalurc, then as scn
ltoi, ali of wbieh showed the te
i spect ard co'ilidence the neopie in his
; home town and county had for hini.
Never did he betrav their corfi kmee,
but evcry lime was an honor to his
con1 titu-iits, r.lways to be d pended
nnon. Ir'n onre he took a stand,
thev knew wliere to fìnd him and his
nbilUy always equal to the orcasian.
Perliaps he has not accumulate I so
preat a bank account as ei'her of hi-;
oppnents, hut a man should not be
measured by hi.s money.' Money is
n nice thine: to liavc. We ali need it
to a certain extcnt, but the nvn, the
real man, is what we .should liok at,
and if we wiil ali do th's. Mr. F.:nery
or bis friends necd no worry, for,
with ali resprct to his opiionents, I
beiicve tbcre is not a cleaner ma i in
the slate of Vermont today th.in Cur
tis S. Knierv. I bave known him ar,
well as I know any man. I know he is
a man and a live man and always h; s
been, nini every time he has been
tried he has proved biniself wo;1h -,
wtrre it on the fami, in the bank, in
the House of Kepree.sntativcs. in the
Sonate or as ìnhyoi. He tells you,
Mr. Votrr, what he tands for and if
elected he wiil pive the state the brst
th.ere is in him, but that he cannot,
and would not if he could, buy the
office, wbieh l believc is true. If
tdected, it is his d'esile that it be be
cause of your conf.dence in him.
Now, Mr. Voter, when we miri:
our ballots on Se.pt. 4, let's hh'iv th'
woild that the office of (rovernoi of
Rovernor of Vermont is not for : ile
at auction or to a man who can ; r.d
wiil spemi the most money to obtain
the nomination. Think of the man and
not the money or the picturcs on (he
fences. If we ali do that, we v. ili
bave for novern.or the next two yv.it i
a man of who ni we wiil ali be justly !
proti I and he wiil sign hii nume, Cui- !
tis S. Fmerw
That in the ordinary Storage bat- J That in the Stili BetterWìllard
tery the insulation is the wcakest the Threaded Rubber Insulation
link. is the longest lived part of the
That . in the ordinary battery 2 That in the Stili Better Willard
both plates and insulation wcar the wcar is cut in halvea for
out. Threaded Rubber Insulation
does not wear out; it is not
affected by the solution.
That with the ordinary battery 3 That with the Stili Better Wil
the big expensc and risk come lard the Threaded Rubber In
when you nave to tear down the sulation prevents this czpense
battery and put in new insula- and risk.
tion perhaps with the result
that you min the plates.
That in the ordinay battery, the 4 That with Threaded Rubber In
insulation between plates car- sulation these faults, which
bonize causing leakage of cur- greatly reduce the efficiency of
rent; and perforates, causing the battery, cannot occur.
short circuits and perniitting
That the ordinary battery has J That the Stili Better Willard
to be shipped and stored wct with Threàdcd Rubber Insula
or partlywet aging and deteri- tion is shipped "borie-dry,"
cration are almost sure to take not a drop of moisture in it.
place. , It begins service in your car as
fresh as when bjiilt. .
Of tiic 191 passenger cars and trucks uslng Willard
Batterics as standard equipment, 138 have adopted the
Stili Better Willard with Threaded Rubber Insulation.
ST. JOIINSPURY STOIIAGE BATTERY CO.
' St. Johnsbury, Vermont
NEWPORT STORAGE BATTERY CO.
1 Newport, Vermont
Using Threaded Rubber
Tlic-jlit Horsc 'jTxiyc Lueliy.
Tlu- 1 r la t li" li'fk lirinu'in pn r
of i' i :'slii attuili- ti i:s .'ivniest
(llfl'tisini. ni the il' the i irhtrer. ' h
nml the ln'clnrin-.' rf t In tiinetepn'h
ceiitiiry. l.nr.l X.'No-i leni ri li.vso
sli'it usi !f il In llif must nf the N'Ii'tmy;
nml in laany ih-.mk It ns mt tinnirai
t" see lialf nf the hmists -wltli Uorse
sbnes (:isin:n'i nver ttm donr.
Can non ball
f w n
; m c
( mi t Western
(1. H. C
M II C
R Ri V
I .a Franco
Gladstone and Womer.
Gbulstnf:' lirtnìy-lirlireed ihnt:IIo
nipr n- :i reni cinti !'ifrl!iing his
tiH'ifìiil eyeu:. .
fJn VlA ! l'l-'l''-li-'-i'lmon.lTl.ln.lv
sy5fia l'i" " " i 'olii tnnMicSJ
1 iip nitfiiivii un i.i
T mlli-nl Aik jnilr lrnci;lr.t i -t .
r j 1 -rS, nlcl ita- Hlu RIMmn.
Bwftj no oinor. itnT or ywir
(T lrnll. A w f-f IIM Ifl H.TFH H
M IMA 111 M l'IltMI 111 IM t.,K
1 f fi y.arl V
SOID BY DRIGGISTS F.VCgkWKUIE
"My Lady in
"THE GREAT .".e itOP.BERY"
The town schools opcned Monday,
Au)?ust 80. I
Dr. Albert Kinney lui; praetic :lly 1
recoverec! from his illnc.--s. I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kb rence of 1
Providenee, R. I., were reetnt visitors
in ton. I
L. E. Atherton has retuined from 1
Burlington where lie spent a week (
visitinjr friends. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Hnines at-1
tended the Old Home Week celebra-
tion in.Cabot last week. j
The Lyndonville baseball team de
feateu the Grecnsboro team by a
score ot i to Z in a Ja.-i fraine at nu
l'er's rirld (in Thursday.
Fred Rollins has pone to Salatola,
N. Y., for a few days trip pr.paratory
to goiiiR lo his home in Hydc Park,
Rev. E. L. ei.nur of Bristol,
Conn., was the preacher at the Con-,
jn-egational church on Sutiday. Kev.
D. K. Snyder wiil be in the pulpit
next Kunday. Rev. S. F. Aehenbach,
who was eheduled to preach on Sun
dav evciiinn, was called suddenly to
his home in FryebuiK, Me.
Mr. Dupont of Orleans has pur-chn-T1
the Georee Y. Simpson iarm
l'or $7,0110. A. B. Debrune has old
bis larin to parties from Car da for
the sum of SH.OOO. Poss.s.-cn on
Septeniher 1 was piven to taeh buy
er. . . . .
Frank Noyes of ì-eonsm is v sitine-
his mother and mister.
The Greensboro ball team was de
.eated at Cabot by the locai Lam
there by a score of 10 to 2.
Safe And Proper Way
The safe and proper way to ac
complish something worth while is to
sa ve your surplus tlollars and deposit
Ihein wcekly with the Orleans Trust
Company here tliey wiil increasc at
interest and be at your command.
1 Per ('cut I'aid on Savings Accounts
"Yours to use "
N EWPORT, VERMONT
. AK .
Arrnii and Skccls S
at Lyndonville .
' Candidale Frank W. Acati and j
Judire Uomer L. Skeels, both ot
Ui'Mow, continucil their spcakuiK !
e ir.-.pi i.un in the north country
Thu.-srh:v ninht, siieakimr before a
faii audience in Music hall at -,'"-donville.
The speiikers were tntrodue-
cd ,y George il. I avis ami weu
icrcive-t n ine uumu-hu-,
-ludjje Skeeb- spoke hrielly upon the
dut:e-i "f voters in th" pie -e ut c.-im- I
paioli, uritinK ali to inforni tliem.-e v
es si to the issues and the pnnriiles ,
1 : .1.. .... 1, i.Lf.nt
l'i:') the v:inou caii'i.'i'i" -r. i iit..
i'.a.ik W. Au'.in was the piinc'l
k-r un: le-iteraleil Un po
St. Johnsbury PartìCS weildiiiH; trip thev wtll bo nt homo at
Mamed at Richmond,128 K;tillB;"' Ml,,"t' st -ÌMwy-
. Mis-. Edith Dres.-cr and Richard j
lir.ldv. ',. wei e married at Richmoiid,
!,). We Ine?
W ANTED Gir). Steady Jk 1 1 3r
reliable party. Aindv at Hichiirdson's
Photo Shop, Newport, Vt. Tilt tf
LOfST I''ridav night a plain pold
rinjf with a ruby settin?. Finder no
tifv Miss Helen Livinston, Newport,
WANTED To rent or lease desir
able piece of propert" in Newport.
Would huv if priee was right. Ap
plv Delo., Buck, Newport. Tel. 12t
12. 57 tf
rvl 111" 1 MI ailll'll'ini' -li'.
l'orrement of the Volstea-I art. His
audience ..re -ned particuhirly i'Uer
( sled in bis idea- of ebatminr: the
ro;nl polir;- of the -tate. 1 1 - .-poke
soiiiev-li it at lenilth ti the airricult 11
ral needs of Vermont and the nercs
sity of irivintr the farmers ali Un- belp
possiblr. Tourhin;; on the Siate', at
titude towards the Vali school Mr,
Alian sai-I that ureat care should In'
tiken before anv linai action va
taken that miubt he det riinental to
the interests of the school and the
future farmei s of Vermont.
day, ept. 1, the ser
formed hv Rev. .1. W.
bride ' wa- v'ivrn ti way
tal he: , Geoi'ue l 'resser. 1 he
v.-ore a 'white crepe de chine
; nd caiiierl a .-hower bouquet
vet )iea.s. The bride is a ftradu
n' Priu'ht'iok lla-ii'tal and the
MiOiii i- the son oi Mi. and Mrs.
. C. r;.:ldwin and is fori man of the
caineiilei force on the lìoston and
Maine railroad. The bride received
maiiy clioice i;ift-: of cut lass, ; ivei ,
Imi 11, jrfld nini ivory. Allei a short
l'ourkc Cockran to
Run for Conjfi'ess
Don. -uni Mrs. W. Ilourke ("ockran,
who have been visitili; ut the homa
of lui l'ather, (ìov. Henry C. Idi', lef
Wednesday for Par Harbor, Me., 'but
wiil return to St. Johnsbury in two
weeks for a lunjjer stop.
Mr. Cockian wiil make neveral eiini
painn speeches in Maine. Ilo bau. just
been designateli as ti niember of Cnn
rrcHs in bis New York rfititrict.i tThis
wil lho the fourth time he hns benn
called back to Conures.s with '6Wiì
year; betwren eacb terni. '
Newport Business DirectQry
Leo II. Mclvcr, I). 0. S.
Optoinetrist ud Optician
Appointnicnta niado by uiail
telephoiio to hnve exnminatious mudo
1 of tho eye.3 for luaawt. Iveuiban
I Ti l 243-21 Newport. Vt
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CAMI dELL X-PAY SERVICB
OftVn hnum 8.30 to 12 and 1.80 to 6
Tel. 45-C LaDa'a Blk
Dr. Harry l'. Hamilton
DENTAL S URGER Y ,
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Complete Gas und OxyKC" equipment
l'or pairikhs dentistry.
Uflìco ho-irs: tt.iSO to 12, and 1.80 U 0
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