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BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1921.
We all hate to put the
car up in the shop for
carbon removing and
overhauling and resort
to the street cars for a
week or more, as the
case may be.
Why do it? says Pro
fessor FAM-O-us.
Let FAM-0 remove your
your carbon as you
motor along. Just a
few cans used accord
ing to directions will
turn the trick for you.
You'll notice the im
provement at once
more speed, more re
sponse, more power
and beforn long every
trace of carbon will be
gone, without losing a
minute's use of the
car.
At the same time and
as long as you use FAM
O you'll be saving 25
in your gasoline bills.
It will figure out so
that your carbon re
moval will cost you
nothing and you'll get
some additional mile
age to boot. You can't
beat it for an invest
ment. 8-oz. can $1.00. Gallon
can $12.00. At all deal
ers. Gordon Mfg. Co.,
Foxboro, Mass.
Barnet:
Walker & Brook.
Barre:
Reynolds & Son.
The Central Garage.
F. W. & P. R. Lascor.
Bethel:
Bethel Auto Sales Co.
Randolph:
Chas. G. Hayward.
Bradford:
Col. Harry E. Parker, Main street.
East Thetford:
George G. Rogers.
Northfield:
Plunkett & Fakarano.
St. Johnsbury:
F. L. Richards.
Williamstown:
Ellon A. Holden.
EAST CORINTH
A larjip number were out to hear
Dr. Harriet Tarker Thursday vcninjr,
when t-he gave an account of her medi
cal work in India and showed many
pictures. There was a short play by
several of our young Indies and Miss
Margery Iiiihardson sanjr two solos.
After the talk by Dr. Parker the iui
dienoe met her informally and eodVe
and cookies were served. The church
was prettily decorated with autumn
leave?, fern's and a large quantity of
asters.
F. T). Hutchinson is at home from
Cottage hospital, Woodsville, X. 11.
Tuesday evening well attended
farmers' meeting was held in the
church, with shaken from out i f
town.
K. S. Kowland and wife are visiting
their daughter -in .Shelhurne tins
week.
Miss Alice Pride of Somerville,
Mass., is visiting at L. L. WorthleyV
and V. H. Thompson's.
Austin Patterson and wife and Mrs.
Mary Dickey of Washington were at
X. A. Abbott Sunday.
Several men of the Dimock potato
digging gang, are boarding at B. P.
Jioycc's.
B. L. Abbott. X. A. Abbott and wif
and George Jackson were in William
town and Biookfield Tuesday.
NORTHFIELD
Mrs. Delia J. Gowdy, who has been
spending several weeks in Melrose,
Conn., and Leominster, Mass., returned
Tuesday night and is at. tho'hnme of
Mrs. M. M. Curtis on Cross street.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Burr and
daughter were called here Sunday by
the illness of Mrs. Burr's father,
Charles Newell. Mr. Burr has re
turned to their home in Worcester,
Mass., but Mrs. Burr will remain to
assist in the care of her father. Mr.
Newell has been in poor health for
sometime but sull'ered a bad spell on
Saturday. Miss Ruby Stone is car
ing for him.
Halsey Kdgerton of Hanover, N. H.,
has been spending a few days the past
week at the home of his parents, MF.
and Mrs. Charles A. Kdgerton, on Main
street.
Mrs. Kva Klphinston, who has been
in Boston the past week, purchasing
goods for M. K. Chase's millinery store,
has returned and has a fine line of fall
and winter styles.
Mrs. Kobert Parsons of Newark, X.
J., is visiting at the home of Frank
T. Parsons on Main street.
George Falzarene has finished work
in C. C. Sanborn's drug store and is
to enter Norwk-h university. His plnre
in Sanborn's store has been taken by
.James Neilson.
I,eona Haight, the young daughter
of Mrs. Mazie Haight, who has been se
riously ill for the past two weeks
with pneumonia and complications, is
more comfortable and her recovery is
looked for.
Miss Mildred Kimball, who has Iwen
visiting in Ansonia. Conn., and Dor
chester, Mass., lor t tie pasr, lew wersa.i
has returned to her home in town.
Mrs. John Ryan of Boston spent a
couple of davs in town the past week,
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice W. Ryan on School street.
William McLoy of Inverness, Flu.,'
has been visiting in town a few days
the past week, a guest of his mother,
Mrs. Margaret McLoy.
Mrs. Nathaniel King has returned
from Welllleet, Mass., where she has
been spending a few weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Henderson.
Mrs Henderson accompanied her moth
er home and will visit in town for a
time.
Mrs. Josephine Sploid Chandler of
Montpelier spent Monday and Tuesday
in town visiting Miss Bridget McAu
lilTe. diaries Provost, who has been em
ployed in F. S. -.Dyke's jewelry store
for' the past two years, has gone to
Randolph, where he has a position
managing1 a jewelry store.
Roy Spencer, who lias been spend
ing the summer a1 the home of Rev.
and Mrs. F. M. DeForest, has returned
to Andover, Mass.
Wayne S. Howe has returned from
Albany, N. Y., where he has been
spending a few days. He went from
Rutland, where he attended the Amer
ican I.eirion convention, to Albany.
John W. Getty has returned from
Worcester, Mass.,' where he went after
his household goods.
Miss Felicia Falzareno has been
home from her work in White River
Junction, spending a short time at
the, home of Tier father, Dominic Fal
zareno. But When Hers Goes His Remains.
During the courtship it's a case of
suspense with the girl and expense
with the man. Boston Transcript.
WOODBURY
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jacobs and Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome of Montpelier were
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Nye.
Alice Ross and Dexter Lockwood re
turned Tuesdav from Old Orchard,
Me., where they have had employment
through the summer months.
Ernest Parker of East Barre was
a guest of his brother, Burt Parker,
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richardson are
entertaining relatives from Massa
chusetts. Mark Nelson has moved his family
from Hardwick into one of E. R.
Fletcher's tenements.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eastman and
children of Washington were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas.
George Colby of Chelsea was a
guest Sunday of his daughter, Mrs.
C. A. Thomas.
II. K. Webber is moving his family
from East Barre back to their home
in this place.
George Maddock has moved from
the. H. E. Webber place into the C. H.
Dana house.
R. B. Daniels was a business visitor
in Barre the first of the week.
Vivirt Atkinson was home ovi the
week end from her school in Barre.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cline and
daughter, from East Calais were Hun
day guests of Mrs. Maude Davis.
Ralph Gihlden was home Saturday
and Sunday from his school in Cabot.
Floyd and Hugh Davis and Ned
Winters were business visitors in
Enosburg Tuesday.
Jumps Atkinson was home over the
week end from his work in Barre.
l)ixv Wheeler, who has been unite,
ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. W.
Burnhani, is convalescing.
WELLS RIVER
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then shortly
you lift it right off with lingers. Truly!
Your druggist sella a tiny bottle of
"Freesone" for a few cents, sufficient to
remove every hard corn, soft corn, or
corn between the toes, and the calluses,
without soreness or irritation. Adv.
Local Schools Opened Last Week With
Largest Attendance Recorded.
The junior-senior high school and
the graded school opened lat Tuesday
with the largest attendance recorded.
The junior-senior high has 8. scholars,
with S. W. French principal, Miss
Doody, Miss Garvin and Miss Foster
assistants. The rooms are crowded, but
there is a little room left for the late
arrivals. Numbers by classes is as fol
lows: Seniors, Iti; juniors, 13; sopho
mores, 12 ; freshmen, t second year
junior high, 8; first year junior high,
12. In the grades, each room has its
full quota. Miss Winn has grade one
and two, Mrs. E. Stanley grade three
and four, Miss Pratt grades five and
six. There are nearly two hundred in
the entire school. As usual grades three
and four are located in the dining room
of village hall, which is also taxed to
its limit. In the past year the school
has shown a decided change for the
better, there is more pep and every
one, from the scholar up to the oldest
voters, are all imbued with the better
school spirit.
Mr. and Mrs. French entertained last
Tuesday evening at a dinner party the
following: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stanley, Miss Fos
ter, Miss Doody, Miss Garvin, Miss
Winn and Miss Pratt. An excellent din
ner waa served, which tended to aid in
producing good feeling among those
teachers present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moore returned
the latter part of the week from North
Middleboro, Mass., where they have
ben spending some time at the home
of their son, Harry. On their way home
they spent several days at Newport,
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Cody.
Miss Georgia Moore, who has been at a
camp in Duxhury, Mass., returned with
them. Miss Lillias will spend the re
mainder of the month at Newport, N.
H.
J. F. Hale, in company with Judge
Baldwin, attended the annual meeting
of the hotel association at Rutland, of
which Mr. Hale is first vice-president.
Mr. and Mrs. Hinman, with daugh
ter, Doris, and son, Claude, returned
the latter part of last week from Lak
Morey, where they had spent severa.
days camping.
Miss Vcrna Cameron, who is em
ployed in Springfield, Mass., visited at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cameron, during her recent va
cation. Miss Doris Hinman enters St. Johns
bury academy this week, where she
will continue her studies for the com
ing year.
Miss Kate Field of Waverly, Mass.,
is visiting at the home of Miss Lizzie
Leslie.
EAST WOODBURY
MIDDLESEX
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Fitch of Wil
mington were guests last week at the
home of C. A. Bingham.
Mr. and -Mrs. Austin Poland and
daughter of Andover, Mass., who ware
Friday guests at W. B. Russell's, re
turned home Saturday.
Charles Ryan, who has been quite
ill for some time, is slowly gaining,
being able to sit up a few minutes
each day.
Mrs. Lillian Daniels, who has been
suffering with infection in one hand,
is gaining.
Miy. George Denstnoiv and liutle
daughter came last week from Brad
ford and are at her father's, J. E.
Hill.
Seth Dibble of Kecne Valley, N. Y.,
was a guest of Norman Dibble and
wife the latter part of the week,
Mr. Seaver resnmed his work Ur the
store of F. B.- Miles Monday, after
a few days illness.
Jewett Demas has moved from Wa-lerhury-into
the tenement over James
McNeillage.
BETTER
DEAD
Life is a burden when the body
ia racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine take
COLD MEDAL
.sAttLEM!
feMiMJIM
The national remedy of Holland for over
SOO years; it ia an enemy of all pains re
selling from kidney, liver and nric acid
troubles. All druggists, three e.
for tba name Cold Modal oa every
ad aecapt do imiUlioa
Robert Weeks has moved his fam
ily into Will Lang's house.
Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Parks of
Hardwick were visitors at Henry Bai
ley's Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Helen Harvey returned to Mont
pelier seminary Monday.
C. I. Harvey visited his brother, W.
F. Harvey of ria infield, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Bedell of Hard
wick visited at H. P. Rideout s Sunday.
TO-DAY
Alice Joyce
in
Cousin Kate
Adapted from the famous Charles
Frohman play in which Ethel
Barrymore starred.
Written by Hubert Henry Davie.
Adapted by Mrs. L. Case Ruasell
DIRECTED BY MRS. SIDNEY DREW
A VITAGRAPH SPECIAL
PRODUCTION
TO MORROW
"The Man From
Nowhere"
WITH JACK HOXIE
WAITSFIELD
Robert English, a chemical expert in
the United States service from New
Jersey, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. X.
Kew.
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Stafford gave a
corn roast at their home Monday eve
ning. ,
Hiram Mills has gone to Philips An
dover to resume, his school duties.
David Mills has returned to Troy to
enter his third year in Rensselaer Tech
nical school.
Having obtained a federal license for
carrying passengers, I will carry the
rest of the season at reasonable, rates,
either long or short distance. P. B.
Gaylord. adv.
Mrs. Lois Smith is in Randolph for
the week, a guest at the home of her
brother, Merrill Campbell.
Mr. arid Mrs. Levi O. Wilder, who
have been guests at F. F. Wilder's and
C. M. Dana's, have gone to Hemiiker,
N. H., to visit his sister, Mrs. F. M.
Buker, before the Iigter goes to, Vir
ginia, where Rev. Mr. Buker has a pas
torate. Mrs. Clarence Kew is in Montpelier
this week, taking medical treatments.
Miss Mildred Boice, home demon
strator, met the ladies of the associa
tion in Library hall Tuesday afternoon
and demonstrated millinery.
P. B. Gaylord conveyed in his car to
Sorthfield Sunday Everett Wallis and
friend, Mss Mary Northrup. Mr. Gay
lord spent the day with his son, Rich
ard H. Gaylord.
Mrs. Arthur Boyce is in Montpelier
this week, receiving treatment for sore
eyes.
Moses Decelle and R. J. Moriarty
were in Hinesburg Monday on a fish
ing trip.
Mrs. Ada Carr. who has been a guest
u her sister, Mrs. Lillian Reynolds.
has gone to Randolph a short time be
fore her return to St. Albans.
Mrs. F. M. Kent is in Barre thii'
week.
WATERBURY
Yj. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be l
(ireen Mountain house Saturday, thi
17th. Call and have your eyes exam
ined. adv. , ,
5oofhinq And He&Iina
Promotes Skin He&lfh
WEAK
WOMEN
cannot hope ew to become strong and well
again onleat thejr hae plenty of good, rich,
red blood of the kind that organic iron
Nutated Iron helps make. Nexatd Iron is
like tbe iron in your Mood end like the iron in
spinach, lentils and apple, while metallie
iron H iron j tut at it come from the action of
strong acid on Iron filings, k'unvted lro
does not injure the teeth nor spaet the stom.
ach; It an entirety different thing from or
dinary metallic iron. It quickly help make
rich, red blood, reritxlite wornoot, eibawted
nere and gin yoa new strength and energy.
Over 4.000,000 people annoally are using it.
At all drnririntx. Beware of substitute.
The genuine has N. 1. stamped onevery tablet
Always init on haring tbe genuine.
FbrRed BlooAStreturth and Endurance!
The Washington Agricultural Association will
hold its Twenty-Third Annual Fair
Sept. 22, 23,24,1921
RACES:
2:30 Class
2:20 Class
3:00 Class
2:24 Class
FREE FOR ALL
OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATION
President, DONALD W. SMITH, Barre
Vice-President, C. E. STANLEY, Washington
Secretary, E. M. Seaver. Washington
Treasurer, 'H. W. Downing, Barre
Gen. Supt, M. W. Chamberlin, Washington
The grounds, track and buildings are in fine con
dition and indications are that there win oe an ex
ceptionally good exhibit in all departments.
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UNQUESTIONABLE REFERENCE
No. 1. HAS MORE POWER.
The Adco Dry Storage Battery will discharge
more power in a shorter space of time than does
the wet battery. The proper size Adco Dry Storage
Battery for your car will deliver at least four times
as much power as is ordinarily used for starting
vour car.
No. 2. FIRlES A HOTTER SPARK.
It is possible to get a much hotter spark from
the Adco Dry Storage Battery than is possible to
get from the ordinary wet storage battery.
No. 3. WILL NOT FREEZE.
The Adco Dry Storage Battery will not freeze,
this having been proven for two years past in the
motor car and through standing in cold storage.
No. 4. NO CORROSION.
There is no liquid acids to slop over, and thus
cause the terminals to corrode, thereby rausing
poor connections.
No. 5. NO ATTENTION REQUIRED.
You will not find it necessary to give the Adco
Dry Storage Battery any special attention.
No. 6. PLATES WILL NOT SULPHATE.
The plates in the Adco Dry Storage Battery
will not sulphate when given anything like reason
able care. The material surrounding the plates is
of such a nature as to carry perpetual moisture.
No. 7. NO REPAIR BILLS TO PAY.
This is made possible by our STRONG GUAR
ANTEE. No. 8. NO BUCKLED PLATES.
It is next to impossible to buckle the plates in
the Adco Dry Storage Battery. The electrolyte in
this battery that replaces the water and acid bath
in the wet battery has a tendency to hold the plates
in place.
No. 9. AT LESS COST.
The Adco Dry Storage Battery costs much less
in the long run than does the wet battery.
No. 10. TAKES QUICK CHARGE.
The Adco Dry Storage Battery can be re
charged in less time than it requires to recharge the
wet battery.
No. 11. FOOLPROOF.
It is next to impossible to destroy the Adco
Dry Storage Battery by neglect.
No. 12. NO MORE BATTERY TROUBLE.
Just keep it charged and it will run on and on
for years to come.
No. 13. LESS SHORT CIRCUIT.
Practically no short circuit can be caused in
the Adco Dry Storage Battery by the accumula
tion of particles of decomposed or oxidized plates,
which is a prevalent condition existing in the wet
battery.
No. 14. FOR UNIVERSAL USE.
The Adco Dry Storage Battery.can be used in
any capacity where consistent service is required,
such as for motor vehicles, farm lighting plants,
telegraph, telephone, radio-stations, Pullman car
sen-ice, power boats, burglar alarm systems, etc.
No. 13. YOUR OLD WET BATTERY MADE
DRY. There is no difference whatever be
tween the construction of a wet storage battery
and the Adco Dry Storage Battery except the put
ty-like electrolyte which replaces the fluid bath in
the wet battery. Anyone desiring to have their old
wet battery transformed into a dry storage battery
may readily do so. Send us your battery and we
will impregnate it with our electrolyte compound,
which replaces the water and acid fluid bath. Then
your battery will function the same as the new Ad
co Dry Storage Battery.
No. 16. IMPROVEMENT.
The storage battery is one of the last parts of
your automobile to be improved on. Yet, it is one
of the most necessary parts to any automobile and
one of the parts that has given the user the most
trouble and the most expense.
No. 17. THREE-YEAR GUARANTEE.
THE ADCO DRY STORAGE BATTERY
CARRIES A THREE-YEAR GUARANTEE,
AND IF ADJUSTMENTS SHOULD HAVE TO
BE MADE THEY ARE MADE ON THAT BASIS.
FTER YOU HAVE ONCE USED THE ADCO
i)RY STORAGE BATTERY YOU WILL NEVER
USE ANY OTHER.
Call at Once and Investigate This Wonderful Battery
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Distributors for Northern Vermont. Call or Write for Agency Proposition
Tel. 7SO 13 South Main SL, Barre, Vt.
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