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THE BA1UIK DAILY TlMliS. liAItllK, vf., .THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1921.
After Crashing Through
Guard Rails of Bridge at
Car Overturned As It Fell,
Johnstown. P, Nor. 17.-Six per
son were killed here early to-day
,whea the automobile in Vhicli they
were riding crashed through the guard
rails of the Woodvale bridge spanning
the Pennsylvania river cut and fell to
the tracks 50 feet below, according to
report received at the office of Deputy
Coroner Yost.' The car overturned a
it fell, pinning the passenger beneath
it, killing ome of them instantly.
An unofficial list of the dead included
.one woman and five men: Alice Hor
ner, 'John and Arthur McKinley, broth
er! Edward Bunk, John McQuire and
John Bcaub, all said to have been resi
dents of Johnstown.
' THREE TEAMS SPURTED.
And Were a tap Ahead In
New York, Nov. 17. Three teams
engaged in the 24-hour bicycle race at
'Madison Hquare Garden which started
at 11 o'clock last night, lapped the
racers bv spurting early to-day and
were leading at 7 a. m., hav ing traveled
15 miles and 7 laps. They were
Orenda and Clarke; McKamara and
Me Heath and Lung and Lands.
Ten other teams were a lap behind,
1 A. Spencer and W. Spencer found the
pace too fast and retired at 1:35 a. m.
FOOTBALL PLAYER DIED.
Pittsburgh Youth Suffered Clot Pres
sure In the Spine.
Pittsburgh, Nov. 17. Monroe (Bud)
Beatty, licilevue high school football
player, died yesterday of injuries re
ceived in a recent game with the Avo
lon high school team. Tbysicians said
Beatty had suffered a clot pressure on
SCHOONER FLOATS OrF.
The Sintram Had Been Stranded For
Vineyard Haven, Mass., Nov. 17.
The schooner Sintram, a converted
shipping board steamer, which went
aground in Nantucket sound several
days ago was floated to-day by the
cosat guard cutter Acushnet. She was
towed here for repairs to enabk her
to proceed on her voyage from Phila
delphia to Portland, Maine.
START EARLY TO GET DATE.
Bates and Bowdoin Didn't Meet in
, Football This Fall
Lewiston, Me., Nov. 17. Bowdoin
and Bates, having had no football
game together this year because of a
disagreement over dates, are starting
early to make sure of a contest next
fall. Bowdoin has suggested to Bates
that the game j be played on Oct. 28.
Many Women Need
They Lack Vitality and Color,
It is a fact proved by thousands of
eratcful letters that Hood's Sarsapa-
rum li reuiarKaoiy wubuvmw. w -w.
.u .oinmnn nilm.ntA drain
and weaken the system and sometimes
result in anemia, ihtyuuuc, b... . ...
breakdown. . .. , ,.
Women overworked by family duties
or overtasked socially, And their nerves
all unstrung, faces pale, appetite poor,
sleep unrefreahing. i , 'V i,' ,
Hood's Narsaparilla gives the blood
more vitality and better 'color, makes
stronger nerves, and contributes to the
It emoOQies a long-ineu jiu wuuu
true formula for relief of the pale,
weak, nervous and dyspeptic Adv.
GAS IN THE STOMACH
Recommends Daily Use of Magnesia to
Overcome Trouble, Caused By Fer
menting Food and Acid
Gas and wind in the stomach accom
panied by that full, bloated feeling aft
er eating are almost certain evidence of
the presence of excessive hydrochloric
acid in the stomach, creating so-called
Acid stomachs are dangerous because
too much acid irritates the delicate lin
irg of the stomach, often leading to
gastritis accompanied by serious stom
ach ulcers. Food ferments and sours,
creating the distressing gas which dis
tends the stomach and hampers the
normal functions of the vital internal
organs, often affecting the heart.
Jt is the worst of folly to neglect
such a serious condition or to treat
with ordinary digestive aids' which
have no neutralising effect on the
stomach acids. Instead get from any
druggist a few ounces of Bisnrated
Magnesia and tftke a.teaspoonful in a
quarter glass of water right after eat
ing. This will drive the gas, wind and
Moat right out of the body, sweeten
the stomach, neutralize the excess acid
and prevent its formation and there is
no sourness or pain. Bmurated Mag
nesia in powder or tablet form never
liquid or milk) is harmless to the
stomach, inexpensive to take and the
best form of magnesia for stomach
purpose. It is Used by thousands ol
people who enjojr men uirais im
more fear of indigestion. Adv. . .
Chemists Find Way to Get
Yitamines Out of Yeast
IN HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
FORM VERY EASY TO TAKE
...... i r"f!
Save Yd tra Stomach
On sale at Barre Drill Co., Birr. Vt,
nd Gra. C. Sanbera, Northfieid, Vt,
or br mail st 6i) cents per parkaite from
Jum Capeule Co.. Flittabura, N. Y. Ad.
Mrs. Ernest Magoon a Successful Deer
Charles Cillev and Mrs. Ernest Ma
coon are among the successful deer
IN COAL FIELDS
To Take Charge of Law
Enforcement in '
' OF WALKOUT
Have Sold Out Stocks
Denver, Col., Kov. 17. Martial law
was in effect in uuertano coumj i"
da'y.i State rangers, acting under lu
st nietlon from Colonel Patrick J.
Hamrock, adjutanfc general, took charge
of law entorcemeni jui ic "
prior to the time set by union leaders
for a strike to-day in 13 mines of tie
Colorado Fuel and Iron Co., employing
3,500 men. Reduction of 30 per cent in
Fuiia (r..i-tivfl tndiiv. was to be the
signal for closing of the miues by a
walkout, jonn t . McuennHu, ucamcui
of district 15. United Mine Workers ol
McLennan declared tliat tne oilier a
mines would bo closed by a sympathet.
In stirku in a few dav. ITo said the
mines are 00 per cent union.
rrohibitiou ot tne saie or arms ami
tmmiinlfinn at. Walsenhunr vestcrdav
revealed, according to dispatches, that
VValsenmirg mercnanis Hireaay jhu
sold out their entire Stocks of arms
and ammunition. ,
The company justified the decrease,
declaring the miners' wages were out
of proportion with wages in other
L'nion officials asserted that the re
duction in wages was a violation of th
award of the bituminous coal wage
For Admission to Dartmouth College
Already Received. ,
Hanover, N. 11., Xov. 17. Dart
mouth college officially announced yes
terday that with more than one thou
sand application already filed lor ad
mission in September, 1022. and the
probability that less than fifHJ appli
cants can be accepted it will never
theless continue to receive applica
tions until April, 1022, at which date
the lists will be definitely and abso
in' view of the fact that the '.num
ber of application on hand now for
1022 already exceeds tne nuniuer n
hand lat January when the 1921 lists
were closed, this announcement is tak
en as indicative that a thorough and
definite selective process is to be in
uliii,tA at Dartmouth for the uuruose
of determining which of the thousands
of applicants ihall make up the group
of 5uu men eventually aanmieu.
Ladr Get me a taxi, please. '
Rfr.r-TVhat is vour i'color. ma
dame. Dale pink or lavender. New
Before Calling a Doctor
m a Vwwmm knr mat ft in to
clear ap their kin, hnprov twir sppetlte.
add Btrensrth uror or turn " "
hve found a wr to riv you hlrhlr roneen
tnitrd tabton eotitJiintnfj proper doe of
VrMt VitmirM obuiinod from "t with
th fermmtin part left out. Then they bM
Olrcerophmphate nd Fst Soluble A Vk-
: 4..u MMnKified ifltA & tin tablet
arc easy to taka, mora efficient and result
By Mine rhea hirWy ecmrertrmtsi. ro
thla aoraa unusual raulu art
. in twa a, tlirae sieeks.
Doctors, trre-si. and eheminta andorM
tbe Paos-Pho-Vitamin tsBiera aa a '.
.. . .ce ne ta taka Vitamlnes. The
. . : ii .r ilnu and bto
Moeiji owhw. " -
tns; made expressly for medinasj UK do
aot upact - tn
' K r y bottle f'f
sixty tablets packed
i a arans eoloreJ
cartas hears name
f tae natioaaily
known Irvine Lan
orstory whx-ti Is a
suaraatew of Bneat
(juaiitir in saedk-ina.
The taheeta are wra
of a food than a mrd-fc-in.
Ask rour drua
e vt for a bnttle of
P h s-Pho Vitamin
tablets cr send tl
rlus e war tax la
Wherlinc. W. Va.
Now ts the beat time
f ait th year to
take a aood sytn
rsantlatlnc. bknl a
rtchuif toaia srb a
Ktindar. Nov. IS. Rev. If. IL Camnbell n
preacnea tne secona or toe series oi
sermons on "Christian Htewardship,"
which are very helpful. Sunday, Nov.
20, there will be a Thanksgiving ser
The First Fruit Harvesters of Rum-
ney, N. If., who held a conference in
town Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
returned to their home Monday morn
ing. These meetings maintained the
same high standard of unselfish devo
tion to the Saviour which has charac
terized them in other occasions.
Superintendent David LotWe visited
the school Monday.
Tliera was no schrtol Armistice dav
and there is also to be week's Thanks
giving recess, beginning, Monilay, isov.
i. ' .
Mr ami Mm. Fred liAilpv'a rhildren
and several others have chickenpox.
Sirs, urani Jackson weni to .poston
Saturday for an indefinite time.
has fven roeirafl nf Ilia distil
of Mrs. James McGuigjjin in Meredith,
N, II., where the family mived from
our town last summer.
"Sylvester Tillotson and family have
moved into Mrs. Bond's house and
Ralph "Thurston and family into ths
Keyes place by the mill.
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester- .
field are of finer quality (and ,
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liggett tt Myert Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccoa-blendcd
ifmarh. liver or kidneys,
try the pood old fashion Temedy SEV
KN. BAKKS and we preoies mat m
nine casp out of 10 you won't need a
doctor. This famous remedy will jnvs
mi .'t rei r-f to the orirans oi aisn?iii)r,
kidiievs and the liver, and when these
iiiirtrtant organs are in a nimu eoii
d tion, you need not have fear of other
A very large percentaj?"1 of all our
i;.,w.tit arn i-atiapil bv Indil? 'St ion. Ot
A deranged stomach, and yon can i-ac-
ily eliminate tlieee conauioni if '
ing LKVKN BARKS according to direc
tions for a short time. This remarkable
rnudy is made from the exTa.ts r-f
.-vra1 different kinds of n t nnd
ht-rbs, every one of which has md cinal
vliie. scienf ilically blrnded, arl for :0
years hns bern s standard rmcly for
indigestion., constfpation, liver, kidney
and lfimch troubles.
SEVEN BARKS has saved thou
sands of families large doctors' bills,
aft well 'a untold suffering. L. A.
Ames of Tronpect. Msine, writes us
thnt be hi used SEVEN BARKS as a
family remedy for 20 year and it has
saved him many a doctor's bill lie
also states he found it a most excellent
remedy for indication snd kidney
rrml.W Wtiat SF.VF.V BARKS has
done for others it will do for you. Fo
sale by druggists. -aav
ROUGH. PU1PLY SKIN
Cleared Up In Few Days
N woman steed hava. a repuW
alve, unsightly akin ten chancta
ts ana It'a caused by constipation
and a lazy liver, which ia easily
and quick! remedied. For a good,
sate, purely vegetable regulator
which will keep your system clean.
a nature Intended,
n ANDRAhXeV v J4
Ati!lDnrZ$ts 253 of Vv i
Miss Una Bobonon, who is teaibing
in Eex Junction, spent the week end
with ber parents, Mr. atid Mrs. G. IL
Alfred Dhmr was id East Corinth
last Saturday after a load of butter
f .At an.rrnn. rmmh.r th - Tie!
Cross Biembership drive, Xov. 11 to 24.
Ijtt us keep tnis in luina ana neip toe
committee as much as possible.
There is a case of scarlet fever re
ported in the family of A. L. C'loiieli.
Valtr Wood goes to Randolph Kov.
21 to drive on an R. F. 1). route and
l.ia nlaf nar Inr a while will be taken
by bis substitute, D. E. Carpenter, until
a regular driver is appointed.
The dance held last Friday night for
the benefit of the liM Cross was well
The I'nivtrsalist cbim-h in Washing
ton will obserte next Sunday as
Thanksgiving Sunday. Rev. C. A.
Simmons, tla' pastor, will give an ap
propriate sermon. The DiUFual part
of the service will be enriched l.y tbe
preeij( of tle Boat on Instrumental
trio. An offering will 1 tsken. This
is a union Thanksgiving service and
every p?ron in Washington is incited
and " urgd to 1m present. Suniay
chord at 'noon. CUsaea aod teachers
Rural carriers from the l"al pot
o!R.w roiDmrnwl on Xov. 15 to leave
on their trips t 9 a. m., instead of 12:30
p. m. natrons of tiie routes l-aa
take notice of the tbane.
Your Child's Bowels Need
"California Fig Syrup"
T. W. DiJt, Stata Highway Commia
aioner, Spoke to Men's Club.
.Monday evening a the meeting of
the Men's club. This club haa some
very prominent speakers booked and
bids fair to be one of the leading or
ganizations in the Congregational
church. Monday evening the club was
fortunate in having as speaker foT its
monthly meeting T. W. Vix of Bur
lington, commissioner of highways for
Vermont. Mr. Dix discussed the fed
eral highway bill recently signed by
President Harding, by which the gov
ernment will appropriate 50,00),000
for highwavs, approximately $875,KK)
of which will be available for use in
Vermont in 1!)3, if the same amount
is provided by the state.
Through the term of this bill, 1050
mile of Vermont roads would be de
veloped a interstate highways. Thene
reads would connect practically every
place in the state of 500 or more .peo
ple and accommodate M per cent of the
total highway traffic. In addition to
the provision for interstate highway
are those for inter-county roads. The
bill specifies that the construction of
roads benefited by federal funds shall
be under the direction of the state
Mr. Dix say the question of good
roads is one of time. The demand i
increasing. The more rural section
of tiie country have the largest num
ber of automobiles in proportion to
population. Through the nation there
is one for every ten people; in Ver
mont there is one for every nine per
son. In speaking of Vermont roads, the
commissioner said that there are ap
proximately 15.000 mile of highway
in the state. Vermont has been un
....itw siifwasful in construction (Trav
el road. In some localities no other
road i practical In other section the
road building material and the soil it
different, thus requiring a aincTem
tvue of road. J here is no oesi tvjm
V ..,i Tsv.il rendition, such a lo
cation, construction material at hand
and traffic to be borne, must aiway
be considered. No law-making body
should specify a standard type, of road.
The speaker re I errea to tne emeu-
w-a ri.rrn wnicn tne Bwernuirui. i
carrying on, which will result in great
er economy anl permanence in ronu
construction. The Vermont highway
commission lias made a careful study
of "washboard" condition, during this
eason. It bos been found that the ap
plication of calcium chlorkle made in
different parts of the state ha tended
a. 1 ii.. Ja
to hold moisture ana prevent iu uo
vclopment of the corrugated surface.
Such treatment cost about ..640 per
mile for the first application ana ?J
for the second. Two applications are
no'e'iarv for the con.
Over thirty men sat flown to uie
supper, which wm erveu ny tne -mmmlttci
of the club. The
committee on the constitution report
ed and the constitution ugireti was
adopted. The club will ba commit
tee on membership, religiou' work
and music in addition to tne esecume
committee, which serve as program
committee. The regular night ol meet
ing will lie the third Wednesday of th
month. The officer are W. B. Clark,
president; Dr. K. A. Stanley, vice
president; and C. B. Adams, secre
ary and treasurer. Th speaker at the
December meeting will be Clarence II.
IVmpsey of Mont pe'.ier, commissioner
of education for Vermont.
.lohn Conger Prince, minister of the
Congregational church, ' last eunuay.
Mr. Prince had for his subject, "I the
Young Man SafeT' and bad sermon
of special interest to tne puns Vrvt .
,.f the church, as well a parent and
all who have young people In their
charire. There was a large attendance,
the Uo-to-unurcn Dnu i me
school becoming a visible, a well a
important, factor. In the evening, an
illustrated addre-s, the first of a eerie
on the Pilgrims, w given, which wa
verv Instructive and wa listened to
it much interest by thoe in a well
filled church. The subject wa "The
Foregleams of Liberty."
II. C. Whitehill Is in Connecticut thi
week in the lntcret of the national
Edward (trout, 'who ha been much
improved of late, i reported a not so
Mr. Joel Chase Is out on th street,
bsrving recovered from the operation
which she had in a Burlington hospi
t.l Kr .lter. Miss Jennie Broad well,
and Mis Vericelll are with her.
Wednendav afternoon, at tne nome
of Mrw. C. C. Abbott of Duxbury, a
numlier of ladic connected with the
missionary society of the Congrega
tional church gathered for the annual
V, l-Viri n rf mssLllKt of the aocietv.
The president, Misa Etta Graves, pre
sided and nolo wa sung by Mr. J.
F. Claire. Mr. M. II. Buckhain of Bur
lington was tho speaker for the after
noon. She gave many helpful ideas,
told manv facts for which deep grati
tude should be given and told of the
different women who had gone from
the American board that Vermont
women had helped support. Interest In
the sen-ice flag for the societies was
apparent when it was realized that the
home society is entitled to such a flag
because of the service Mis Sarah
Grave did in tha foreign work. The
thankoffcring wa liberal and a plea
ant ocial time waa passed while re
freshment were served by the ho
tease, Mr. Abbott, Mr. William
Park and Mrs. Edwin E. Palmer.
Th members of the ladies' union,
who met at the home of Mr. J. T.
Smith Tuedav afternoon, were pleas
antly entertained with a piano duct by
Mrs. Max O. Ayers and Mrs. Charles
11. Adam and vocal solos by Mra. Har
(t.lf Mr Kmith was accompan
ist. Delicious refreshment were served
by the hostesses, Mrs. Smith nnd Mrs.
Mr. and Mr. C. A. Allen have re
turned from Vershire. where the fu
neral and burial of Mrs. Allen's son,
Dean J)arling, t"ik place.
Mrs. Dibbell ha sold to L. L. Kid
der, jr., of Stowe Hollow the Greeley
beme farm at the Center, where fieorge
(Jrecley lived for 00 year. Mr. Kidder
take possession at ouce.
Mr. and Mr. Truman Murray have
moved upon the Whitney farm, which
he recently purchased.
Mr. Sumner Steam is much im
proved from her recent lllnes.
Friend of Mrs. Julia Seabury are re
gretting that she rannbt get out more,
but are thankful for her improved condition.
SULPHUR IS BEST
TO CLEAR UP UGLY,
BROKEN OUT SKIN
Any breaking out or kln irritation
on face, neck or body in overcome
quickest by applying Mentho-Sulphur,
says a noted skin specialist Because
ol'its germ destroying properties, noth
ing has ever been found to taka th
piaee of thi sulphur preparation that
instantly bring ee from the itching,
burning and irritation.
Mentho-Sulphur hel ecaema right
up, leaving the akin clear and smooth.
It seldom fails to relieve the torment
or disfigurement. A little jar of Mentho-Sulphur
may be obtained at any
drug store. It ia used like cold cream.
Folly to Diaregard Its Warning.
Asthma is not only a iMsasrtwsWa af
Wns but a daarerooa one. The con
stant oiflieult araaihlnsj. the choked up
air paasaras, UK atrucclw lor ur, in joss
of rvat, combine to fore a rrrat strain on
the nervous sratem and heart often too
arrrw a strain to ataad.
Jt la Um wtrt of fwOy to newWet su.h
a rcsxliUon or to eonttnuallr treat with
ordinary naraotse medictnea, drugs, tnitaiers,
tiaokae, or duturase wbitk ssereiy aiva tem
porary relief from the ehokina- parosysm
and do not rrlievs or correct tho real cwuso
of th trouble. Instead I from E. A.
Itntss or anr anunriat a small bottle of
..-... . -' ilik tablets ana. taka one
at short SnUrvais whraovar diatresa u Kit
and on on sraina to bed. Instant relief .
usually felt and In addition the effect of
eonswtrnt treatment Is to sradually brine ,
. imuI KJta annditkm aa tba!
symptsms of Athroa disappeeir forerrr.
Oxidaaa is the successful prascripttoa of 9
Worcester. Maes, physician and Its treat
mrnt of Asthma, even In tho vary worst
forms has probably arver born exrelled.
E. A. Drown arils it snd patients nnd it a
safe pleasant and inexpensive treatment to
A Fur Coat
Given any thought to the Great ,
Holiday? ; ; : ;
We bet you haven't to a great ex
tent." And yet Christmas is barely five
0 weeks ahead of us. :
With Christmas in mind we just
have to think of Fur Coats.
Do you know of a nicer gift? !
A Fur Coat gift on Christmas is a
lasting gift a constant reminder of
. . the giver.
You couldn't do a nicer thing for
dad than to present him with one of
our nice Fur Coats at Christmas time.
They're as low as $50.
Moore & Owens
Barre's Leading Clothiers,
122 North Main St. TeL 27&M.
Handier than a hot-water bottle. Nothing to fill, refill or
spill. Nothing in it but warmth and softness. Three de
grees of heat, low, medium and high. Can be applied to
any part of the body. Great as a bed warmer on cold
Bar re Electric Co.
Monfpelier Electric Co.
. TeL 26
"For Your Electric Wants"
For Cus. BurnSaScilds
TV r)n.V. nf VronV H. Hot' hind Tt'
1 tir va - r-
moved anotiirr of the businrss mn of TbtJ SCtqrucWy
the town ar.1 aa exceptionally ; inougn genuj
photographer from our villape. The fu-, ind give na- A
neral was held from the Confrrctrational i tur a chance rA
w rcicw jwr u
Oul clSorls-nave No Appctife
Your Liter t Slofloisb
CARTER'S LITTLE UVER PILLS
will neip put you ngni
in a few aaya.
or'.-e to OrsCf tTjT)r. TT
tat t.ii-s art in irr hn-l rl B!!:-t be
t.s,4 r-B or Iv-fcre Yr.it r, Nov. S-'i. to
! ! f-.irt ctj J Cuit if ciMt-
I.. j. I. sr.!, tifur-r.
other! A t-asixonful of
"California Fi2 Syrtip" now thr
rtuphlr ika tiie little l)el and in a
fpw tours you have a writ, playful
! ii.l arsin. Kfen a rrca. feverish, ron
sttrslrd child lrtves its fruit.v"' taste,
snd mothers can ret, enr be-au it
never fails tn work ail th mr bile
snd u-ieins fi't out of ti.e rtomarb
snd tutwels without prijir.g or upt
Ur? the risk!.
"Ie'1 your i'rkr'.t yon waoi ohlythe
prnnine t aT.firni FijT Syrup" hi. h
Las dirrctkjn fur tW-i snj rhi'dn-n
t.f aii frir.te! oa Mother,
Jii4 trust say Caiiora.' hrfuse any
iai:'l. it Air.
ehnrch Mondar afternoon, ftev. Jonn
Conifer Prin offiitinjr. The bearer
were Dr. H. H. Kullerton. fitiy C. Smtt,
Krsnk C. Lamb and Dr. Ueorvw S. Bid
well of this town and K. T. Houston of
Montpclier. His sister. Mr. (Vcelia
Hendrirksoa of Feedina llills, Mas.,
who arrived here after hi death, teli
the following facts eonrerniTie her
hrotlier: The deceased wa lorn in
Finland 44 years a?o, the son of Knooh
K'alsnnl Uoclund. He
sss educated in Fnit'and. but studie.1
pliotoprapliv in trmsny. He cme
oer to this country 2( years ajto. Be
side this silver, he leave hia mother
in Finland and another fixler, Mi
Anna Honluuu. who is a'nh lirr. 51r.
Hujrlund wa a member of the F. and
A. if. and th chapter at Holyoke.
Mass. The deceased came lure about
ei?M year sen, buying of Roi-kwood
tii o-c!!ed Houston studio. Here he
has built a pood buine- and wae
mmh hked by th -e whose privilege it
wa to knw' of his nsture and p.an.
His work has ln that of as artist
and manv will remember hi interest
ia Li work. Mrs- H.ndrickaon left for
ler heme TwUay mwrning.
MikH of favorable commrnt is besrd
rersrdmj tbe sermon pr .-ached by K-v
i vrr u
mediate effects ol constipation, relieva.
bibouEoeat, indigeatkm and aick head
ache. SoaU PIQ SdUll Pw-Swan Prttw
COAST TO COAST
, : .
Friday and Saturday and
all Next wedc
1 Nougatines 59c
1 VtS CANDY Jc
Both for 60c
1LB- MIXED NUTS. .30c
1 VZ) Peanuts lc
DIRECT IMPORTING CO.
to N. Main Street
8TOKS ALSO MONT.'EUWt
reataca rrepoU oa 11 Matt Order
aHrew oa Saarar
Any Man Would be Proud to Have Thit
- In His Cellar. :
Among other things in his cellar, a man al
ways points with pride to a binf ul of bright, shiny '
coal, be it ever so dry It's a thing of beauty all
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"Pape's CoW Corr.pcund" is Quickest Relief Known
The Willard Threaded
That's the battery used as standard original equipment
by the builders of 188 makes of cars and trucks, who believe
that battery insulation is important. For a slight addi
tional first cost you are freed of later re-insulation ex
pense. The Willard All-Rubber Battery. Rubber insideRub
ber outside. Hates are protected by Threaded Rubber In
sulation. Has Monobloc (one piece) Rubber Container, in
which sides, partitions and bottom are a solid piece of leak-
proof, damp-proof, acid-proof rubber, ine small aaaiuonai
cost fades away when you think of the satisfaction of hav
ing a Willard All-Rubber Batter'.
If your battery shos signs of weakening, begin to in
vestigate the Willard Battery right now. Ask some of
your friends who have Willard Batteries on Fords and on
larger cars what they think about them. Come in! It's
a safe bet youll be agreeably surprised when you find
WHAT TIIE TRICES ARE.
Dun't star atotfrd-np! Quit biowir.jr
and snuffling! A !- of "rape's IVId
rnniounir uken every two bonrs ua
til three iiwH are taken usually breaks
up a !1 and eJ all rri" misery
The lirst A opens ciofiiJ vp noa-
jir;l and sir j.sfe of esi; toj
aoe ranninjf; reiiee lieaJacke, dull
mm, feverifchaess saeeiinf.
Tape toid Compound'" i t he quW-k-est,
surest relief kaowa aad caals om y
a few rent at dnijr stones. H arts wiiii
cu! t-Mnt. Tste r.K. I'catsias Bo
ijnirine. In:i lipti Pspe's. A Jr.
Remember that a frozen battery ia worthless,
your tatterj' in and have it stored for winter.