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CALEDONIAN-RECORD SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920
FARMERS ARE AT 65 UE ENJOYS PERFECT HEALTH i URGED TO ORGANZE BIG 27.2 Miles a Gallon Atlantic to Pacific Piloted night and day for seven and one-half days by 25 drivers who never bcfore saw the car, a stock Overland wrote ECONOMY across the country. Over al kinds of roads for 3442 miles it averaged 27.2 miles per gallon of gasoline; 1721 miles per gallon of oil. The entire trip was made with the originai tire equipment. Again, as in hundreds of great tests, Overland alloy steels and Triplex Springs made possible the record of this light-weight car. Touring, $985; Roadster, $985; Coupé, $1525; Sedan, $1575 Price f. o. b. Toledo, tubject to chance wrthout cotica STUART AUTO SALES CO., Inc. McINDOES FALLS, VT. M. E. FAIRI5ROTHER, West Burkc, Vt. . On!y those who have never tned a Glcbel We hzvc never vl:nown a rnctonst to char.gc frem a Globe hand-made.wrapped-tread tire to an ordmary tire, The intelligcni motorist ' sticks" to the Glebe, even thoujh it costs him a tnfie more to buy. He knews from expenence that the Globe reduces the ultimate cost per mile, He knows that the Globe is the most economical tire to ride on. . ny. xv. Vho Owns an Auto - Public Alito mobile and Doesn't Use Globe Tires? Easy ridine: Ford touring car, care ful driver, terms reasonable. Outside trip? only, no villano work. F. R. CLIFFORD, 14 Main Street. Tel. Office 03-M. House 326-J i That is why Globe users recommenil tue Globe hand-made, wrapped-tread tire to their fnends as the lcngest-rnileage tire ever made. Is Your Automobile "Globe-Shod" Made by CLOE E RUBBER TIRE MFG. CO. ? New York Brooklyn Chicago PhiUdelphia Botton Trcnton HAND-MADE WRAPPED-TREAD FOR SALE On the "Flain" two tcnement house, each tenement entircly separate, hath, electric lights, garage for auto. Price $1700. Ownor loaving -tate Sept. lst. On Railroad Street, 7 room house, furnaee, full hath, ileetric lights, hardwood fioors and finish in evrry room and closet, posscssion can Le had at once. Can be seen any time. A. B. DOWAGENCY 12 Fastern Avenue Over Bailey's Mu-ic Rooms. Tel. One CUMiVNTEED 800 MILES FADHIC TIRCs'bOUO MILES For Sale Used Cars At reasonable prices. Also ali giiaranteed tircs. Ali oils ! and greases at the lowest prices H. DOLGIN Tel. 53731, . 537J. ' A cO Portland Street St. Johnsbury. XU IN THESE DAYS OF f Specializing We are Jiable to forget the main objVct or line, which in ouv case is HARDWARE To illustrate, only a few days ao a lady carne into our store and moclestly inquired if "this was a hardware store?" We as modostly replied that we hoped to adveitise it as .sudi in about a year. Hardware is our main 1 ne, look our stock over. Io not hesitatc to huild a house on ac count of allegod high prices. Let us got together. The Peck Co. That in future years the fai ni er .5 who "are unorganized will have to git out of business was the statement made by F. S. Adam:;, piesident of the New Enfiami Milk Producers' as sociation, in his talk bi fore ine farm ers of Darre and vicinity in Howland hall la-'t nip.ht. It is up to the faim ers, he insistod, to get together and, own the machuioiy of distributioa of their produci; as well as the niaehin cry of production, and in this wav do :.vay with the middleman. Richard I'attee, managing dire:tnr of the sanie a-'soeiation, and .-comi j . peaker of the evening, devoted lini- self moie to th actual progress and undertakings of the Milk Froducois' association than to the cssential p.nt organizatioii is playing in the life of thi' f.irmer at the present time. His main aim was to show the policy that must be followed in a new oiganiza ; ioli sta li as the one under discussoli 1 is especially in renard to doterniining j the policy which must be followed in oertain matters. That it is necessuy I to niake pure of the faets on which ' the iiolicy is to be founded is hnpiu tant above al others, was a point i stressed by him llirouh his spedii, i There was a larjje crowd of locai ! farmeis who attendili the meeting, i M. L. Towne pro.-iih-d. ; Mi'. Adams declared the trouble :n New Enland, esyeiially in Vermont, i lay in the marketing system which has ruled puliremo until reccnt years. Unde this system, he a-seittd, a j consumer payinn a dollar for iroods, ! received only fd'ty cents worth of the ! originai amount, and paid the remain- ! der of the dollar to middlemen. Un- ' dei- the new system there is to be col- ; lective baiyaining on both the con sumer's side and that of the producer, j Any middleman that is necessary, ac- ! cordini to Mr. Adams, should be in j the forni of an exchane under the '; direction of tither the producine or ; consumine proiips. j Usintc Maine as an example, Mr. Adams exnlaineil the buyiii" system , in voue there. There are both cen trai and locai bn.nches. One man ! hired to act as the head of the main acency and it is- his duty to know the product he buys thoiouuh lv. If he is the crain buyer he is a member of the board of tiade in P.os ton and Chicago, anl buys bis urain. ; for future delivery. This means that ali buyinft is direct from the souice, i eliminatili? the jobber, the whole- j saler and the letailer. , The oriranization of tiie fruit prow- i ers has also Krreatly increased in ie cent years. Now each community has its own seal, and finally the seal has come to be known as a mark of a con- , siirnment which the overnment i aents need not inspect. "The .tmie j isi idso coniitiK," said Mr. Adams, j "when consumóYs will orpanize more j than they are doin at the present moment and will buy from ornanized ! farmers." ' In conclusion Mr. Adams enume:-; ated the nece.-sities requiied for a i succe.-sful oi'tranization. Sufiicii nt 1 time must be Kiven for the new veli- ; ture to f.nd its feet, a cd Pi'""'1 mud ; be paid lor a pood manaeer, the of- . ficcrs must be trusted, and the meni- i bers mu t make elforts to remedy ; faults rather than sit around and crit icize theni. Mr. I'attee talked in a general fash, ion on ornanization, quotine the New Ensrland Milk Producers' association for exjample. He brouirht foith con siderable applauso when he said. "If you are oìiir to be taxed to build a business, be taxed so that you will own the business which is put up. At the time he was veferrint? to the special tax on every quart of milk sold, the Hood Co. of Doston u sing the tax in the preparation ot new (uarters, so he said. Followin this there was a brief ex planation of the per cent of butterfat and solids nece.-sary for acceptance in the city. It appears in some insianc es that the dealers faìl to RCt th; milk as ridi as they advertise. On one instanco a month ano a well known milk fimi, in sondine out i s checks for the month of June, so coverei! up the amount that the far mers were actually payiiiK for the skim milk they had sent in, out of ihe money obtained from the butterfat. Mr. Pattee's talk was necessario cut short throujjh the neces-ity of his catching the !."" traili that niK'ht fr Boston, lmmediately after his talk the Katherine broke u)i. WEST BURKE "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Keep. Hi. Stomach, and Liver in ordoC .. 4 fW -5$ . i 4 I H F. R. ADAMS 154 Elni St., Lakeport, N. H. "I rcalize that I have reached the age (CO) when one often requires fixing up. My digestiou was Hot right aud trouble with my Liver aad Iiowi ls causcd considerablo distress. I could uut get rid of 'he Coasti patioa ; and the insufGcieiit action of my bowels resulted ' la my Llood cbsorbing the poisons. Last fall, I J)egnn taking 'Fruit-a-tivea or Fruit Liver Tablets, aud after usiug them for a short time I could see they were jujt what my system required. My liver becataa active and improvement iu every r, ay was apparent. I doubt whether anyone could feci better than I do ; aud I am williu to givo credit whère credit ia due, to 'Fruit-a-tives'." F. R. ADAMS. GOc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial she 2;., At dealers or from FRLTT-A-TI VEij Limited, OGDENSBUKG, N. Y. St. Johnsbuiy, Vermont GIL3IANS ME A DOW GUOUNDS VEEK AUG. 23 z THE EKP0SIT01 SH017S Knights of Pythias Regalar meetin jf Anello lode, N. 2, Tuesday eveninir Angust 10, at 8 o'clock. Important meeting of Uniform j Rank, Aug. 17. Ali come. 1 H. C. lncersoll, C. C. ì H. C Abbott. K. R. 3. I 3 THREE 3 Riding Devices WHIP See the Silo Drome FERRIS WHEEL MERRY-GO-ROU ND 8 BIG SHOWS 8 New and Novel includingBig Portable Dance Floor. 130 PÈOPLE 10 CARS FfiEE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS LamoDOU Faòr MORRISVILLE, VERMONT AUGUST 24, 25 and 26 The Biggest Fair of Its Size ò in the State FRUIT JARS Pints, $1.05 Quarts, $1.15 POTATOES 55c a Peck PAILS OF COMPOUND J $ No. 5 ! 93c No. 10 . , ( SI. 85 35 Ih. Tubs f ti 20c lb. ' 20 lb. Tubs " ' ' ' 21c lb A A. H. Gleason & Co. Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont ' Wood For Sale By A. .A DANIELE of WEST DANV1LLE delivered at ' ST. JOHNSBURY $8 a cord or $16 a load Palestine Commandcry, No. 5, K. T. Stateti Conclave, Tuesday evening, 'Sept. 21, at 7.:!0. . A f;oo J attendar.ee is de r ir ed. r.ernard A. Johnson, Arthur M. Lang, Em. Com. Recorder. HELP WANTED Men for handling lumber, manufac turing boxes, piano parts, and veneti-. Work from fi.4." to .r.lS. One hour for dinner. Saturila v aftrrnoen of. AVages depend on the ability of the man. Also, one Night Fireman Wanted. Anyone interested cali and talk it over. THE E. L. CHANDLER COMPANY ORLEANS, VERMONT. Rov. Mr. Hill is in Boston attend ine a Pastor's Sehool and there will be no services at the church untd Siptember 1. Marion Paiker has returned home from St. Johnsbury Hospital veiy much imiirovcd in health. Nellie Ga.-kill and Annie Mandant of St. Johnsbury are visiting friends in town. Warner Drown has sold his farm to lhvight Cheney of Danville. The village sehool at West Burke opens Septembcr 7. Town schools Augu.-t :J0. M,rs. Smith of Claremont has bien vi.-iting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ortult at the cottage at Willoughby lake. Catherine Donaldson is visiting her brothci) John Donald.-on. Mrs. Fanny Sarurnt is at Lyndon ville attending the Chautauqui. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Potter are at Willoughby Lake. .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coburn ai vis iting at Walpole, N H. The Clange picnic at Willoughby Lake was well alternici! by ZVM peo plo. Misses Helen and Alice Beckwith of Somcrvillo, N. JL, ae visiting at Mrs. Colby's. Mjs. Peail .Tenne of Spiingfuld is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spencer return to their home Friday. Florence Humphrey and Beitlice. Chappell are at Willoughby Lake for the weeL Tuesday, August 21 Baseball Game Moretown and Quebec Royals (Colored) of Montreal. Best game of the year is assured. Wednesday and Thursday, August 25 and 26 Captain Stickney and His Curtis Bipiane , In Fancy Flying. Two Flights Each Day. Horce Racing Band Concerta Big Free Vaudeville Show Each Day. Largest entry of race horses in our experience O. M. WATERMAN, Secretary, Morrisville, Vt.