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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920.
Valve-in-Head Efficiency THE Buick Valve-in-Head motor car is "just a head" of the ordi nary types "just a head" in the de mands of buyers who know and appreciate Buick efficiency "just a head" in superior quality, design and workmanship, and in the confi dence and preference of thousands of purchasers who have placed their faith in the performance of Buick products, and who are protecting their future motoring pleasures and busi ness interests by placing their orders with Buick dealers fcr summer and fall delivery. Mest-I K-M $1895.00 Modal K-S ' $1595.00 Uxlel X-M . $2233.00 Mod.) K-47 . $!W0 Model K-43 . tlBsi.Ov Model K-50 . $2S;.l.0d F. O. B. Flint. Mich. View Rmittd April i, "90 tW4 When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them H. G BENNETT Barre, Vermont. . HARDING MOTORS TO MARION. ; Washington, July 5. Warren O. Harding, the Republican presidential candidate, will go by automobile from Washington to his home in Marlon, O., where on Monday he will attend a home coming celebration in his hon. or. Accompanied by Mr. Harding, ha left here this morning and expect to reach Marion soon after noon on Monday. Ttne Value of Tilings TImII Cannot he Seen The ocean steamer, the locomotive, the great dredge, the sky scraper, the motor truck, are all products of thought. But the thought which originated them is invisible. All of the cunning of a craftsman may be put into the mak ing of a die, but the purchaser who buys something that this die has stamped out does not see the precision that adds value to the product. When a man rides to the top of the Woolworth Building in New York, he does not see the plungers of the elevators sinking 750 feet below ground, into the wells of their hydraulic system. But in the things which he does not see, and cannot see, lies his safety. The infinite care of manufacture the costliness of tools the skill of workmen and the professional ability of persons back of service, are all things not apparent upon an actual obser vation. That buyer, who looks, and. realizes, may not actually see, with physical vision, but he appreciates the merit of that unseen value which makes higher priced goods the cheapest Let SERVICE owners tell you about the unseen value in SERVICE trucks. Service MOTOR TRUCKS Northern Vt. Motors, Inc 1 Main Ft, Durlinslon. Vt. STRIKE WILL BE AVOIDED Settlement of Differences of Electrical Workers at Lynn Averts Trouble OPERATIVES TO HAVE PART IN TIMING And Provision is Made for Reconciling Any Differ ences Between Employers and Employed Lynn, Man., July 3. A general strike of the 15,000 employes of the General Electric company here, Which had been voted by all craft unions in the plant, hag been avoided by a set tlement of differences, it was an nounced to-day. Henry J. Skeftington, commissioner of immigration at Bos ton and conciliator for the United States department of labor, brought about the agreement. Under its terms, the time study sys tem to which the operatives objected will be continued, but with representa tives of the employes holding watches alongside the company representatives in timing operations. Provision has been made for reconciling anv differ ences between them. The group of 40 workers who walked out several weeks ago in protest against the system will be reinstated, but will sntTer a loss of their bonus pay for the last six months and forfeiture of insurance and pension privileges for the next six months. The wage agreement between the company and the unions expired .July 1, and new wage schedules are being pre pared by both sides as proposed bases of a new agreement. INJURED REMOVED TO SHARON, g Tea Persons, None Seriously Hurt, Re moved to Hospital. 1 Sharon, Conn., July 3. Ten persons who were hurt in the wreck of the New York express from Pittsfield, Mass., yesterday were brought to the Sharon hospital. None "was seriously hurt READY FOR THE FIGHT. m Lightweights Finish Training for Mon day's Meet. Benton Harbor, Mich., July 3 Lenny Leonard, lightweight champion of the world, and Charlie White of Chicago, challenger for the title, wound up their training to-day for their 1(1 round championship battle here Mon day afternoon. MAGDELEN COLLEGE WINS. , Defeated the Leander Eight in Final Race. Henley-on-Thames. July 3. Mag dalen college, Oxford, defeated the Le ander eight oared crew in the final race for the grand chalenge cup to-day. Yesterday' American League Games. At Chicago, St. Louis 7, Chicago 5. At Detroit, Cleveland 10, Detroit 3. At Philadelphia, New York 7, Phila delphia 4. At Boston, Boston 10, Washington 0. (10 innings). American League Standing. New York 4fl 23 Cleveland 43 22 Chicago 3! 2 Washington 33 20 Boston 31 32 St. Louis 33 35 Detroit 21 44 Philadelphia 17 51 tir7 .582 .532 .402 .485 .323 .250 Yesterday's National League Games. At St. Louis, St. Louis 3, Pittsburg 0. At Cincinnati, Cincinnati ti, Chicago 5. At New York, Boston fl, New York 7. (First game). New York 13, Boston 4. (Second game). At Brooklyn, Brooklyn 2. Phi pliia 1. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Cincinnati 3 27 St. Loui's 3." 32 Brooklyn 35 30 Chicajro 35 32 Pittsburg 30 31 Boston 2it 2!) New York 31 37 Philadelphia 20 38 ' ' N Nv ' j ' wi(p """ -o V. 'miw X' Copyright 1930 ILu haffner & Mant Independence Day should be more than a "picnic" sdel- Pct .571 .523 .53S .523 .4U2 .50(1 .450 .307 ALL RUN DOWN AND WORN OUT Because you have not thoroughly puri fied your blood, but have allowed to remain in it the accumulations of waste matter that cause weakness, los of appetite, dull headache, broken leep. backache, eruptions and lmmors and other troubles. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the medi cine that renovates, strengthens, tones it will build you up, make you feel better all over. Hood's Pills help as stomach ton ing, digestive cathartic. Adv. Moore & Owens P Barrels Leading Clothiers re ? Barre, Vt. Tel. 275-M SUPREME ALLIED COUNCIL MEETS 1 ICURA HEALS IES ON FACE ItxhedandBurnedTerribly. Hadto Scratch. Caused Disfigurement. I noticed email red blotches on Try face and neck, and they soon be came bard, red pimple. They ttched and burned terribly so that I bad to scratch, causing them to spread to try back. They cam to head and caused cliafruremcnt. At time they were o ort I bad to ba.he them very tenderry. "I read an advertisement for Cutl cura Soap and Ointment and aent for a free sample. I got a la-re cakt of Concur Soap and a bos at Oai cora Ointment, and in three week I was beaied." (Signed) Mis E. &trvm. 71 Waahirgtoo Avenue, New Haven. Conn May 4. 191). Make Courcr Soap and Ointment your daJy toilet preparation. Begins Consideration of the Program Which Will Be Discussed at Spa Meeting. Brussels, July 3. The supreme allied council met here yeterday morning and began consideration of the pro gram which will be diw-used with Ger man delegates at the meeting at Spa next week. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP FALLING. German Lutheran Church to Take Dras tic Measure Against Withdrawals. Berlin, July 3.So (Teat is the fall ing off in church membership here that the Berlin synod of the Orman Lu theran church has voted to take dras tic measures agaim-t persons who with draw. Reports read at a recent meet ing of the synod showed that while in 1915 there were wily 25 defections, the number last year reached .V2Si. As many women as men withdrear, most ot them being Toting, and the majority members rrf the smial democratic par tv. " The synod reJved that all thoe withdrawing shou'd be excluded! from the privilipei. of the church, their chil dren to be denied b.tim and to re-cr-ire confirmation instruction only on certain conditions. To make thee mn'ir. effetire the synod voled to it'troduce card to show that the hold er are bona fde church merrier. Kcsj.e from church taxation is said to I the principal reason for the with drawal. Kvery lierman citiren i a sumed to a mrmher of the stste rhunh and i t4 for i upkeep Kormerly there were few w:t hiraa!a owing the l f!j U(U plaed ia the war of a :V.ir(r to d so and also to "the soital d'rredit that smr m-if-d the ai-t. Bl under a cew law all a tr.ii ha to d r t ap',esr before a de iuatel c-tVial as,d .ts?e h i de sre to E"ie Bp bis chr-h aBeaaherhjp. Thrsfr be js raeinpl imiutae pT mral c.f burth taa- i MAPLE PRODUCTS EXHIBIT Vermont SUte Fair Will Have Large Showing of SUte weets. White River Junction, July 2. The executive committee of the Vermont fct&te fair commission is active these days arranging for the state fair to be held on September 28 to October 1. and the promise is made thst this will be the largest and most complete fair ever held on the state fair grounds. At a recent meeting of the execiitie committee, with President C. A. Badger and Secretary OrlUs of the Vermont Sugar Markers' association present, it panned to equip a building for the 3! SLEEP LIKE A TOP There is nothing so essential to good health a good sound, refreshing sleep. This you cannot get if your stomach, liver or kidneys are out of order. It's an easy matter to keep these impor tant organs in good condition if, when thev are not working properly, you will take for a few davs from li) to 20 drops of SKYKS BARKS in a little water after each meal. It is a safe and remarkable remedy, scientifically blend ed from the extracts of roots and herbs. and has stood the test for nearly half a century. j If you want to "uleep like top." as the old saying goes, vou must take ; good rare of your health. j StVKX BARKS comes direct from j Nature, and is a snout valuable remedy : in the home treatment of chronic d:s- ' orders, such as indigestion, mnstipa tion. rheumatism, liver, kidney anii stomach troubles. As a tonic and cn ersl correcti.e. SKVKS' BARKS is' without an eusl, and should be in every heme, ll i nature's way of sup plying tone and strength and oer eomin? d.sease. SWpb-s niht will cause you to gt , up in the morninr. tired and unre- frehed, with a dull, heavy bead, de poiiden, te these are ym.t'n if , deranged stotrach. an inactive Iirran1 kidneys SLVKS RARKS will be!p remove the rau of thefe troubles. It sets fen'ly and safe" v. but ey f fftew'lv. At dni;ists'. Priee, 1 reals. -Adv. i showing and sale of Vermont maple products. The exhibit will be the larg est and most varied of any. ever made. In the same building Commissioner of Agriculture K. S. Rriiitiam will make a demonstration of what his depart ment is doinir in the interest of the Vermont farmer. This exhibit will be j far more extensive thsn has ever been made at a state fair and cannot fail to be of gTest interest to the farmer. One of the free attractions contract ed for at the meeting was with Pro fessor C. S. Bonnett. who will make balloon ascensions and psrschute drops each day of the fair. Members of the executive committee I present at the meeting were President; J B. Kstee, F. H. Bi.kford. Professor Thomas Bradlee. tieorj.'e K. Mann. K. N. Rrigham. C. U Stuart and Kred I.. la vis. C. IK Williams, superintendent of the machinery department, and Ahum. V. Katon t.f the state forestry depart ment were also present. I DO NOT J HFUTATF2 m I m an m i 1 H 1 i s s m ii 1 & 1 b 5j 753 You're oin to have a good time on 'the Fonrth" it's the thing to do. 1 But you ought5 to stop a few minutes to think of the men who gave their ra lives in order that the United States might be a free and independent nation. - Every one of us can put something of their spirit into business and so- ll cial life; we can all think more of the rights of others, and lend a help ij in hand to others more often than we do. It's something to think about. i?J i m 31 -a a. m wCWL WAXTS TO BE GOVERNOR. Albany. X. Y., July 2.-Thaddeus C. Wheat, ipcaker of the New 1 ork state assembly, formally entered the rare for the Republican gubernatorial tiomina-, tion to day. I TO AETNA-IZE YOUR AUTOMOBILE J. W. DILLON EstaMlsfcra I SSL BARRE. VERMONT. I Barber's Fly Spray and ; Insect Destroyer Takes the worry olT your stock. Means animal comfort. : We have just recei.e,! a nice line of Veterinary Instruments. Milkl Fever Outfits, Milking Tuls, Teat I'luf-. Teat Maters. Thermometer, etc Come in while ti.e as-ortm-tit is gl Rirnenibe,- all J'.arh.! s g xls ' are on th "money bak if not sati-ri"" plsn. The Barber Medicine Co. Wood Clock Over Ladd'a Store Darre. Vt.