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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES,
BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1922. . i 8 MdA $ks 0jm QZ f StgelDi8C ' The Exclusive LEE Feature The Lee Puncture-proof Tire has every desirable feature of the best pneumatic tires mileage-giving quality, sturdy construction, rid ing comfort, full resiliency, non skid tread. . And, in addition, this outstanding advantage it is puncture-proof. See the Lee Dealer for your next tire. He is the only dealej who handles a pneumatic tire that is actually puncture-proof. Distributed by HAGAR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. Vermont Distributors, Burlington, Vt. , RATHENAU'S SLAYERS DEAD Committed Suicide When Cornered in Castle Turret. SHOT THEMSELVES . - AS POLICE ENTERED LEE Tires are sold by BACKUS GARAGE, Waterbury, Vt. . VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO Montpelier, Vt. C. W. HOUGHTON, Marshfield, Vt. E. C. COMSTOClf , Plainfield, Vt. E. F. SAWYER, Randolph, Vt. ,F. S. BLOSSOM. Bethel, Vt. puncture Pio0f C PNEUMATIC ) Also Regular Fabric and Cord Magic to Him. The new teacher was having a had time of it. The class was very dull or pretended to be and seeaud in rapable of. answering the easiest cf question. "What is a person called who GIRLS! LEMONS BLEACH FRECKLES AND WHITEN SKIN steals T asked the " teacher, persuasive There was no answer. ' "Now, Herbert," said the ;?achT, 'suppose I was to -put my uand in your pocket and take out a penny, what would you call me?" "A magician," replied Herbert. Kan sas City Star. Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Or chard White, which any drug store will supply for a few rents, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan bleach, and complexion whltener, Masage this sweetly fragrant Vtmon lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes bleach out and how clear, soft and rosy-white the skin be comes. adv. Junior High School English. There are still laughable echoes of the vocabulary tests held some time ago in the junior high schools. "Guitar," wrote one pupil, "is some thing to hold up stockings.' "Philanthropy is a science of flow ers," wrote another pupil. "Brunette is a musical instru ment," was one definition and another definition of the word was, "Brunette in a dark blonde." "A fen is a Turkish hat," declared another pupil, evidently thinking of a Turkish fea." , . "A cameo is a part of wouian's un derwear," wrote a pupil probably with, the word "camisole" in mind: In defining the words "hysterics" by using it in a sentence a pupil wrote, "She took up hysteria in the high school." '. " - In putting the word "nerves" or "nerve" into a , sentence t show its meaning, one pupil wrote swiftly "You have to have nerve to go to a dentist and have a tooth pulled," Springfield Union. FROM SOUTH CAROLINA . TO MAINE Woman Sends for Relief To have a suitable laxative, .-me which she knows "will prove effective, be easy to take and guaranteed pure, Mrs, Peter Velme of North Charles ton, S. C, sent up north. She says: I have great faith in Dr. True's Elixir, the True Family Laxative and Worm Expeller, and have been using it for over ten years. I send for it to my old home at Oxford, Me." That is only one of many endorse ments and reasons why you too should use Dr. True's Elixir a pure herbs compound just, suited to the needs of men, women and children to keep atom ach and bowels in normal condition. Used for over 70 years. This shows what a good, well-established product it is. 40c (iOc $1.20. adv. Herman Fischer and Ed win Kern Had Been Pur sued for Days. Berlin, July 18 (By the Associated Press). Herman Fischer and Edwin Kern, who for many days have been pursued by the Gorman police as t'ns assassins of the late Foreign Minister Rathenau, committed suicide to-day, according to a dispatch from Halle. The two men shot themselves, the dispaU'h said, as they were about to be captured in the turret of Haalcck castle, near Badkoesen, where they had been traced yesterday by the police. - . ROCHESTER ' Illness still prevents Miss Palmer from resuming her duties as kiwler garten worker and an effort is being made to get another .teaeli?r.r Mr. and Mrs. Galen Tilden and daughter of Ames, la., have bcim re cent visitors at the Pierce mime. Rochester will celebrate Old Home dav July 28 and chautauqua Julv 27 and 28. A surprise party was given Mr. El len Montague Saturday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. IVlla Hubbard, it being her SSth birthday. Eighteen guests were present, live of whom were over 80 years of age. Ice cream, cake, sandwiches ind waiVrs were served. Mrs. Montague was the recipient of several presents. Rev. and Mr. Mason .Sharp are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball. Miss dnra Stevens of Rutland h&s been a recent visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.-ge Ste vens. Mias Lillian Rrown of 0'ew Haven. Conn., w a guest at the Stocfcwell I home. A daughter was July 8 to Mr. and Mr, atighan Whitney. Artemus Townsend of Button is spending two wecta at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Townsend. - The Rochester band has begun out door concerts on the park Thursday evenings. Mr. and Mr. Hugh Henry, their son and two-daughters have come from Maplewood, X. J to spend the summer at their bungalow jere, I)r. McSweeney of Burlington was called here again recently to -.e Mrs. Albert Hill, who ia in a aerious cot.di- j tion, i Baseball games scheduled are a fyl- lows: July 15, South Royikitt pf Rochester! July 22." Bethel a't tl clus ter; Julv 29, Randolph at Rob".tor; ' Aug. 5, Warren at Warren; Aug. '2, Warren at Rochester; Aug. 10, Chel-. sea at Rochester; Aug. 26, Chelsea at Chelsea. The bova appreciate the liehi the people have given them, liicy a 'r starting a building fund for a cover. :! j grandstand. First'-in Albany On State Street at Pearl, Albany , -N.Y.,681 motorists, motor truck drivers and chauffeurs were re cently asked which gasoline they preferred. The sworn report , showed Socony to be the over whelming choice as against all other branded gasolines com bined. And this marked popu larity of Socony has been found , - to exist generally throughout Iew York and New England. I i i fjpj , I The big reason SOCONY IS ALWAYS DEPENDABLE BECAUSE IT HAS THE CORRECT RANG Of BOLINO POINTS ' Total Range I Pbjittv. Storlirj Quick Piclc upMimura PowMifo ANO IN THC PDOPttt BALANCE PHOROBTIOH NOTE "Boiling-point" is a common term in the gasoline testing laboratory. Most liquids boil (vaporize) at one uniform temperature. In the case of water this temperature, er boiling point, is 2 1 2 F. However, every gasoline has many boiling points a whole series or range of them in fact Jt is this range of boiling points AND the proportion of each group of them (low, medium and high) that really determine the quality of a gasoline Us volatility, power and mileage-tconomy. why Socony leads PEOPLE want dependability, first, in everything that they purchase in clothing, automobiles, brake lining, tires. And gasoline is no exception to this rule. That is why a decided majority of motorists and chauffeurs, after . long experience, have acquired a decided preference for Socony Gasoline. You wouldn't buy an automobile that had wonderful head lights and a poor motor. It's all-round excellence that you demand. A gasoline could be made that would be phenom enal in one or two ways, but you wouldn't use it very long.' All-season and all-year reliability in every way is what you , expect in a gasoline. And you always get it in Socony , dependable starting, dependable power, dependable mileage and purity. Here is the explanation o Socony quality and uniform good i ness: it has the correct range of boiling points in the right proportion always. (See diagram and Note.) The fact that you can get Socony everywhere you go in New Vork State and New England is another godd reason for using it regularly. STANDARD OIL CO. OF, NEW YORK 26 Broadway , 2 pce.u.s.AT.orr. '- . Every gallon Dependable everywhere Two Sides of Turnover The alert business man dealing with present day conditions knows that the big word to-day is "Turnover." Whether, he be a merchant, manufac turerjobber, or banker, he sees that one thing with a clear vision unbiased by the limits of his own.business- It is in the air, and on the tip of every tongue. - And yet many of them entirely too many are thinking on only one side of Turnover. They think of it as meaning rapid selling putting money in and getting it out quickly and at a profit. They realize that they must put greatly increased efforts back of all their plans for selling and dis tribution. The other half of Turnover, is te consumer. All selling plans and efforts fail if the consumer doesn't want to buy. His desire for the product nrtist be created. He must meet the seller half way. He must be in a mood to buy before the salesman meets him across the counter. That is the function of Advertising to create consumer demand and consumer preference. With this de mand as a fact all selling plans have a chance to succeed. Without it they fail. The only chance for salesman ship to succeed without an existing demand is for salesmanship to assume the task that belongs to advertising the task of creating demand. If the present efforts that are being put into selling were amply supported by a corresponding effort to create consumer demand through Advertis ing, the business conditions of this country would be rapidly changed into an era of great prosperity in spite of Old World conditions and everything else. The proof of this is in the fact that right now, under these very con ditions, the manufacturers who are putting proper emphasis on creating a demand for their product, as well as selling it, are doing a big business and are actually getting the high turnover that others are trying so strenuously to get through intensive selling. PsMitaed if tkc Barre Daily Timet, ta ca-peratioi vita The America a JUciatioa of AdvertitifiS Agencies V jV)SDCDI)YfrA i iOTOIl ( FARM POPULATION OF U. S. 31r6Mf269 Census Bureau' Definition of Farm In cludes Fruit or Market Gar- dea, Etc. Waohinpton, D. C, July IS. The de artmenl of commerce announce that, ircordinn to the 14th dreennial cenmia, the farm population of . the United State on Jan. 1, 1020, waa 31,BU.2ii!, nr 2t.0 per cent of the total popula tion of the country on that date. Of this number, 3113..1,t4Q were enumerat cd in rural territory and 25.",29 on farms located within the limits of cit if and other incorporated place liav mg 2..V10 inhabitant or more. SPENT HALF HER TIME 111 BED Farmer'. Wife Tells How Lyiit L Pinkham't Vegetable Com pound Made Her a Well Woman Carter'! Creek, Tenn. - "Three m im V me. almnat an invalid. I -" . spent naii w time in oca, uruij afflicted with a trouble which wo men of a certain age are apt to have, l too Lyaia V. Pir.kham'aVeff- etable Compound Tablets and used Lydia E. Fjnk- Ham'i aaauve V.'ath. I am a well woman now ani hava been lor two years. I can work aa well aa any one who ta vornrer and as I am a famer's wife 1 have plenty to do for I cultivate rry ewn parden. raie many rhkkena and do rr y own ftousswork. You may pubiifh this Icttoras I am reay to do anything to help women aa I have been o wcU ani harry air- rny troublea are rwu" Mr. E. T.UAI tx way. Carter's Creek. Tenn. Mwt women tM pW-ty to da If they an cret wnh ncrrm ferraie ail ment and truuU.-1 wr.n rch ryrrp tsmn aa !r. Ga'.if'waT hd. lha rtraHert d-!y re-ns a mcantAin. If yM f.Td it bird t- ker tP. if j rT are ieTTnw ad irri?aS. w r-t J .-I tM rrtff nrt rferar. I Iiiniiit"'imiitn ir :.r-UJ in ,; It may be noted in thia connection that the census definition of a farm ex tends somewhat beyond the ordinary meaning of the term in that it includes any fruit or market garden, poultry yard, dairy or apiary which either yielded $-V0 worth of products in 101 or required for its operation the contin uous eervk-ea of at leart one person during that year. The farm popula tion comprinea both farm operators artd farm laborers and their families, in cluding farm laborers and their fam ilies not actually living on farms but not living in incorporated places. Since the rural population as defined in the census includes incorporated cit ies, villages, etc., baring fewer than 2, 500 inhabitants, unincorporated ham let, mining regions, and other areas not devoted to agriculture, it ia not surprising to find that only 61 per cent of the total rural population as thus defined is farm population, srfid that while nearly ona-half of the inhabi tants of the I mted States are rural residents, only about three-tenths are living on farms. The feusus of 1020 waa the first at which the population living on fans wa tabulatea eeparateiv irom me rural population aa a whole, and there fore no comparative figures for eaVlier cenifea can be given. The proportion which the farm pop ulation formed of the total in the in dividual states ranced from 71 per cent in Miiippi to 2:5 per cent in Rhode Inland. In II states Mississippi. Ar kansas fouth Carolina, North Dakota, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, South Dakota, Tennewee, Kentucky and Oklahoma the population living on farms constituted more than balf the total. On the other hand, in IS states Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, New York, reansyhama. California. Illinois. New Hampshire, Marvland. Ohio. Nevada, Washington, Drlawaie and Michigan the farm population formed than one fmirth of the total. In general, the smallest proportion of farm popula tion ar found in the northeastern , tate that t. 'he Mates lying north of the Ohio and Potomac rivers and east of the Mississippi and in the I'a cific riast state. T prrrBir which the farm pep u'i'ion f. rnc .f tKe entile rural p-p-mono of lh srra! states in fl ,(. a w 4 rsnr'. from 2rt.l sr Jeisry In M in M i"lfirpi. !l IS states New Jersey, ('Miiwtim', Vta4a. rvr.n' 1 sbis. Mimi nse ; .. r,'Jr l'til. Nw Haisr'.-iirak Vj n-, A'j: re, Ve 't-os. N 'k. t a' tf--:r.a. I Hi-1, W at;f rtoa, ilaMlfai and Wyoming the farm population constituted lees than half the total rural population. In actual numbers, the largest farm population for any state, 2,277,773, was reported for Texas. The smallest, 15, 1.1, ia shown for Rhode Island, in which state the proportion which the farm population formed of the total, 2.5 per cent, is also the smallest shown for any state. In 14 state Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Ken tucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, Arkansas, Ohio, Illinois, South taro- lina, Virginia and Oklahoma the farm population ia 1020 numbered more than a million; but neither New York nor Pennsylvania, which out rank all other states in 'total population, appears in thia Iit. t Contents lSTiuid Prachrj CASTO ii ' L:.:.:-iu.foaa bT BMjttUl- itinfiuVStwadsandBo - ,79 t fit i;s S ft cWWtif Morphiae Mincr&L NOT I i i mse 1 6 '. i I i..r!Bcmch t"f Md tcn;-' restrain ofcnsr For Infants and Children. f.Tothars Know That Gcnuina Castoria Always Bears the Signature of 1 Xlt'iU (SAW IF Et ct C"y of Wnprn. In Use For Over . Thirty Years CASTORIA . ara rrmm rrr.