An inscription on the box reads “TRADEMARK / Farador.” That on the inside of the lid reads in part “The Farador Co., Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A.” That on the device reads “Sole Makers / The Farador Co. / Buffalo, N.Y. U.S.A. / No. 16973." Advertisements touted the Farador as a thermoelectric device that would cure all disease conditions. Clarence E. Edson, a resident of Buffalo, N.Y. who would later be involved with the Oxypathor, introduced the trademark in 1913.
Ref: Farador Co., Farador Instruction Book (Buffalo, N.Y., 1913).
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