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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1919
.Evening Caledonian
AND RECORD
Established 1837.
PAGEFOUR
Published tyily, except Sundays
Evening Calejoniai,, PublishingCo.
( 125 Easterri Avenuo
Herbert A. Smith, Editor and
Publisher
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephone 660
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tion of ali news despatches credited
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lished herein. AH rights of republi
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are also reservéd.
Entered as second-class matter May
i; 1916, at the post office at St.
Johnsbury, Vermont, under the act of
March 3, 1879.
THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1919
PRESS COMMENT
Executive Ability Recognized
(Barre Times)
The election of Prof. George E.
Howes of Williams College to be
dean of the college is recognition of
executive ability of a pronounced
sort. While at the head of the de
partment of Greek in the University
of Vermont, Prof. Howes was called
upon to conduct duties requiring tact
.and discernment, and he performed
those duties satisfactorily, so satis
factorily that there was quite a
general regret that he accepted a
cali to become a professor in Willi
ams College. There is no doubt that
Prof. Howes will be successful in
carryirig out the duties of dean of
Williams college.
DEATH OF
MARSHALL MONTGOMERY
(Continued from page 1)
troops. While holding this office the
troops once attcmpted to mutiny, but
Capt. Montgomery soon showed the
stufi he was made of and quelled the
disturbance. After five years and two
days of continuous service he was
discharged at Galveston, Texas, May
17, 186C. He was in ali the battles
of the Third regiment for two and
onehalf years, and in two engage
ments with the Tenth colored regi
ment. Mr. Montgomery served many
years ago on the school committee,
when Summerville was a separate
school district, and always took an
active interest in town and village
afTairs. He was a familiar figure at
the municipal ' meetings and often
toòk an important part in the busi
ness of the session. He has long
been identified with the South church
and was for some years the teacher
of the men's class. He was a member
of Chamberlin Post, No. X, G. A. R.
- and at one time the Post Commander.
Mi'. Montgomery married in 1873
Miss Flora Sibiey of Laconia, N. IL,
who died in 1909. He leaves one
daughter, Grace, wife of George Gib
bons, of St. Johnsbury. The funeral
will be held at his late residence No.
9 Harrison Ave., Saturda'y afternoon
at 2 o'clock and it is expected his pas
tor, Rev. Dr. F. A. Poole, will officiate.
S ST. JOHNSBURY
Locai News
Charles A. Calderwood, Inc., have
a new body on their Oldsmobile truck
Miss Eva Rosebrooke of Burke vis
ited Miss Marion Merrill Wednesday.
Mrs. -E. W. Sharp was called to
Brattleboro Thursday by the illness
of her sister.
Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Burke and Miss
Frances Burke, Mrs. J. A. Rouse and
Misses Grace and Florence Rouse at
tended the Elliott-Jones wedding at
Island Pond Wednesday.
ti
Transportation
inter
No More Guess and Gamble in Trucking Costs
Packard Figures Based Upon Severest Service
w.m r, n ss
lT does it mean when thirty cities
report demands for more housing con
struction and- increased industriai
building? What does it mean when memfcers of
the National Àssociation of Builder's Exchanges
promise to "attempt to carry on building ali wintcr
regardless of weather conditions"?
It means that if demands and plans are carried
out, motor trucks must db their bit. ,
And motor truck users must know how big a
bit they can do when cold is extreme and going
is hard.
1?
Winter building has always been more or lese
a gamble with the contractor. A man cannot
work a system when the weather deals the cards.
In winters gone by, transportation has fallen
down first. Materials were delivered behind
schedule or not at ali expensive workmen were
forced to slow down costs were increased ao
cordingly,
Replacement of horses by motor trucks helped
to an extent. But reliable figures on winter motor
truck performance have been hard to obtain.
Consistent figures have been even harder.
Now the gamble is being taken out of winter
hauling by Packard transportation figures.
Records of Packard trucks during last winter
and the winter before are available.
Many of these trucks did not lose a trip or a
miriute's time during the winter.
Gasoline and oil consumption and repairs ruti
at the same low average that Packard owners
expect to find
Average loads were hauled, even where they
consisted of cement or gravel or other materiate
whose weight and bulk increased where wet or
frozen.
Trailers and special dumping and loading equip
ment were kept in use according to schedule.
Packard transportation figures and Packard
trucks necessarily go together.
For it is the extra margin of strength and stam
ina that enables the Packard to meet the emer
gency when it comes.
And it is that same margin that extra factor
of safety which has kept Packard trucks in con
tinuous service, some of them over ten years. We
have yet to hear ofia Packard truck going out
of active service. 0
l? S? s? f
m
Building contractors'and others will find Valu
able help in solving truck transportation problema
by calling upon the Frèight Transportation De
partment of the Packard organization in this .city,
lts services are without charge.
"Ask The Man Who Owns One"
PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit
Hill; .
n ".'' '
I aYou have as mi
. 1 f P2w
, n l j . ,
C. H. Goss Co.
i r-
17-19 Central Street
YourlCountry ' ìs JmprovihffiTs Highways, Can You Say the Sante for yòur State?
:
Wilmer Fitch has returned home
from a visit of a few days in Bos
ton. Philo Lang of Lyndonville was
On
n no n i
ILSÌSIIS ifll'
Made in Ali Wool Poplin, Gabar
dine, Silvertone and Broadcloth.
Prices range from
$35.00 to $55.00
15 Off from Regular Price
SUHPHISE STORE '
I. A. WEINER, Proo.
Eaotern Ave. St. Johnsbury.
liere Wednesday in the cattle buying
interest.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. March of Brat
tleboro are in town today
eGorge K. Dennett of Boston was
here Wednesday on business.
Another car of sugar carne to town
Wednesday.
Miss Abigail Sealey is home from
several weeks spent in Claremont.
Elmore T. Ide went to Montpelier
-Wednesday to attend' the annual
Work Shoes
$3.45
I m
meeting of the Vermont Mutual In
surance Company and was re-elccted
director for the 22d time. A. B.
Noyes and Gov. Henry C. Ide accom
panied him on the trip.
Judge Wendell P. Stafford will give
an address at the sesqui-centennial of
Dartmouth College Monday forenoon,
speaking on the theme "College
Training for Public Service'
Miss Josephine Fisher of Bellows
Falls was here to attend the wedding
of Miss Hazel Burbank and calling
on old friends. She returned home
this morning. ,
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Collins of
Swanton were here Thursday to at
tend the funeral of her sister, Mrs.
Susan E. Draper, retuining home
Ihursday night.
Miss Marjorie Goskell of West
Burke was in town Wednesday to see
her sister, Mrs. Robert McGill, who
is in Brightlook recovering from an
operation. v Hi .
. ti....J rM- 10 f Via
Mrs. Lizzie McDonald and family , Mrs. Edward Stono of .White Riv-, mang ,,7 E INS CO
of Barre carne over Sunday to visit j er Junction who has been wisitingher M E 1 KU " . ' '
her brother, William Clark, of Corey- sister. Mrs. .1 a. KnwP. -t he nast ; ur W1" "c ' " V" " n i;i o
ville, this being the first time she has j jpe'elc, returned to her hoitne Thurs
seen her brother for 23 years. j jay
Knights of Pythias
modation of ita patrons from 7 til 8
p. m.
Regular meeting of Apollo Lodge,
No. 2, Tuesday evening, at 8.00,
Oct. 21. The Kank of Knight will be
worked.
Lunch will be served.
H. W. Clark, C. C.
H. E. Anderson, K. E. S.
Built solid with Oak leather sole's.
Made for extra long service. Good
Shoe for farmers, teamsters and lab
orers. BLACK OR BROWN
Send in your mail order.
POSTAGE PAID
Nolin Bros. Cash Shoe Store
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
St. Johnsbury Peonie
Prevent Appendicitis
Many St. Johnsbury people are us
ing simple glycerine, buckthorn bark,
etc, as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This
fiushes BOTH upper and lower bowel
so completely it removes ali foul, ac
cumulated poisóns from alimentary
canal and prevents appendicitis.
Adler-i-ka relieves ANY CASE gas
on stomach or sour stomach. Often
CURES constipation. In one case of
chronic stomach trouble ONE bottle
produced wonderful results. W. B.
Eastman, druggist.
Fsssampslc Lodge, No. 27, Ft ft A.
" M.
Called Communication Thursday
evening, Oct. 16 at 7.30 for work on
the F. C. J)egree. A good attendance
is desired. ,Visitors welcome.
Regular Communication Thursday
evening, Now. 6, at 7.30.
Birney L. Hall. W, il,
Fred H. Dollloff, Secretar?
Haswell Roy al Arch Chapter No. 11
Stated Contvocation, Friday even
ing, Nov. 14, àt 7.30. I
Bloomfifeld A. Palmer, E. E. P.
RAYMOND A PEARL, Sec. I
Palestine Comtnandery, No. S, K. T.1
Stated Conclave, Tuesday evening,
Nov. 4th at 7.30.
Willard V. Orcutt, Com,
A. M. Lanjr, Recorder,
Thie new cafe will' he just as its name implies-
it will be' the pia, to drop in for lunch or for a
'regalar meal. ,
It will be the place where you can have a ban
quel; or wedding party brea!4ast' . R .
It's the place whei ' automobile parties will hnd
just what they want to ;.eat. i.
Watch f or the opei ung by its . ew proprietors.
Be Pi antf Company
Soon to be the most popular plac in Northern
Vermont. , v
THE IDEAL CAFV
The White Spot on Hailroad StnW.t
G6 Railroad Sereet
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