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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49�?no. 15barton, Vermont wednesday april 14, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Lold abet Hal no in do a tin or lar a i i it or the n. Kula. Of in i of a Tita. Fkf.ffi-1 of for Sale Sale Nice Hay. Zina -15tf 60 girls looked. Wessell Nickle amp Gross buy More Vamp Westmore has i property. Wessel. Nickle amp Gross the new a i a Fay wel1 established fact York corporation which purchased it. P , is to be per a a ii s a a Atea a a girls Camp this summer. To the Hanson Mill property in Barton last Winter and plan the establishment of a factory to be used in connection with their business of making piano actions have added to their holdings in this Section by buying the w. A. Scott estate of West Glover his new includes the Sawmill located in West Glover Village b gov also barn Tbs Stock of logs in the Yard and at pm a k i a via. A j 2_ _ a.? the troubles the original organisation has had. It is expected that c. Dudley of Hanover n. H., will have charge of the amp and he reports 60 girls booked. This is fully As Many As were in the amp amp last year and indications Are that there will be considerable activity there this summer. Jackman of Barton has been Quot fruit Quot store. 14tf Sid Erable standing Timber and will appointed Tritipo of in amps i68 add materially to the plans they Are the bankrupt is Rdv to do p Ain washing making for the establishing and devel and the affairs c ompan5 a 1 t a us Ozment of a air Hucin a a the Ait airs of the old company Lincoln Barton. Ave. Mrs. Ozment of a lar a business Here. S lip11 Quot also understood this concern but it is not expected they a ill inter has taken options on considerable Fere with the Konti Niph Salhi lar it grit a Therp by a a Vicinity include property for its Oreina intent Ard ,. .0 tires. L. R. Lew a no standing Timber and another Mill. Clelian buys st. Johnsbury store tuesdays st. Johnsbury caledonian says a Dean Clelian of Barton has purchased the clothing store of Frank e. Harris at 71 Railroad Street in st. Johnsbury and or. Harris half interest in the old Johnson Block where the store is located. An inventory is now Bein taken of the store and in prize speaking. The Barton improvement club has contributed seven dollars and a half to be Given As prizes in a contest of Barton Academy students. This will take the form of a prize speaking contest with a five Dollar Gold piece offered As first prize and a two Dollar and a half Gold piece As second prize. The following ten students will take while in st. Johnsbury last week or. And mrs. Harry Whitney visited Rev. And mrs. Craig called to visit relatives in East Albany sunday. Mrs. Chas. Stewart at Bright look a few Days or. Clelian will open part in the contest Marion Baldwin i in Lor by Ijmte. 0f a first year class Beatrice labor a emr. Clelian is a hustling Young i of the third year Avis Bowen and merchant who has been in the cloth a Merle Gollins of the fourth year my business m county since Clifton Drew. Mildred Larabee. Flood his Early teens and sold out a Good a Hospital. They report that mrs. Stewart is doing nicely and expects to return to her Horine soon. At the close of the regular service in the m. E. Church on sunday morning a very impressive altar service was held. Many people rededicated their lives to the service of god while Many Young people made decisions for the m. Laster. After a few no a or a in a weeks illness caused by heart disease Henry Mills of this i Taylor. Clarence Hazen and Florence of this Cook of the fifth year and Ralph is Reward on apr a �2nd. The funeral service was held Mcgorty of the sixth year. Waa other special attractions will be in ites vis by vat of 14tf Eyone Chevrolet Royal Uto. E. A. Hamilton. Vul v Lotf Barton local notes miss Eva drown is the Barrian. To i new i i business in Barton two years ago to enter the army two years of his clerkship was spent in the a Mer Spe cuu a Amos w. Scott store in st. Johns offered the school glee club will late residence. Burial was in the Vil re a it wus a,.u Bury and his wife. Portia Mcgill my is Init several selections and a Good Krevy a e development of the Camp Traat i1� is a Ray it lady and orchestra will be in attendance officiated at the Home service and the or proportions graduate of st. Johnsbury Academy. Quot a a a re or. Clelian will be a splendid Addi lsale�?300 cords of Wood. A of it dry. Tel 128-12. Barr Mer Iii . Lotf f ?. Sale nine sows to Farrow 1- -1 later. F. W. Com Siou Barton. Lip it h f p. Sale Crown Range combing Wood stove. Two Seconder. E. C. Brennan. Or lip Tat it a ?. Sale pair work horses. 7 a i s years of Ace weighing about . Also lumber Wagon a is Sid work harnesses. Charles Cook Irasburg. Ind. Tel 11-5. 15tf for sale�?100 acres tillage land. If sell this land in lots of one acre or acre or less. W. B. Telfer. Barloa. 14tf for Sale seed Grain wheat Barley and buckwheat. Price reasonable n. F. Jacques phone 24-4, Lemort 32-33 for Sale second hand Ford 1 mend Kaad Chevrolet would Exchange for cows. Charles , . 38tf for Sale Hay and Wood. New Cecar my. Three Holstein heifers l freshened. Also Meadow land. Tel 151�?11. Alfred Brown . ___10 of for Sale pair work horses. Be giving about 3000 pounds also nut or Wagon sleds and work harnesses. Charles Cook . Tel 5-11. 14tf mrs. Blanche friends in town. Turkey. A Man who spent the years of the Wilson is visiting War in Turkey a virtual prisoner of the Turk will Tell us about his Exdean Clelian is working in the a he conditions of that Cou Hood Creamery i?7�?T the conditions of its people and his miraculous Esq ppe in seavers Lestie Elliott of Newport. N. His Hall wednesday evening of next week in town for a few Days. The Man who had this wonderful sex o. A. White is visiting friends in can us this Beverly and Boston. Mass. Can is causing so much among the nations of the world. anxiety miss Eva Baxter visited friends in the Man is Rev. L w. Pierce who Newport part of last week. Has told his Story in the larger cities g. G. Lang is in Boston on a Busi of Canada. He does not come asking Ness trip to be gone several Dav. Money for any cause but was invited. / Here because he has a Story and a there will be a social dance in Odd message Worth hearing. A general f Al lows Hall on saturday evening. Admission of 35 cents will be charge mrs. Lucy Collison is spending Balf the pj��ed8 going to the to several Days with friends in Lyndon Cal Treasury of the c. E. Society of the congregational Church and half As a miss Lois Dewing of Glover spent info from this society to near East the week end with Mildred and Glen Relief. Lang. You should Reserve this Date and miss Nellie Gott goes to Irasburg Akle soon where she has engaged to teach ? decided Worth e. Tion to the mercantile life of the town and plans to increase the business which or. Harris has built up. A emr. Harris has been in the clothing business 35 years and in 1905 bought the store where he is located of the former proprietor a. C. Harvey. For 25 years he has conducted a clothing store at the present location and the business has steadily grown by his Industry and his Success in giving his customers the Best in every line at fair prices. Or. Harris future plans Are not yet this Spring. Doris Eddy of Derby spent a few Days recently with her aunt mrs. C. R Prescott. Mrs. C. F. Shores who has been quite ill for several weeks is somewhat improved. Mrs. M. B. Olzendam of Gloverville n. Y., has been visiting her brother. F. R. Buck the past week. Mrs. Brownlee of Hanover. N. A. Was a guest at the Home of or. And mrs. A. P. Underwood last week. There will be a dance in seavers Hall Friday evening april 23. With Cliffords orchestra furnishing music. John Millar has closed his labors As night watchman at the Parker Young Mills. Orleans and is doing Cement work Here. Regular meeting of Crystal Lake Grange Friday evening. Question for discussion. A what can the Grange do to up build a Community spirit a h. A. Harding was called to Wor enjoy the song service Cester mass. This week to see about congregational Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor such an entertainment for which 1th Brand Arney much hard work is necessary is of wbk Char. Mills was a member Worth of the Best support of the pub took charge of the serv ice held at the lie it will be held at alumni Hall Pravy those left to mourn his lose wednesday evening. April 28th at 8 a , his wife and four sons of clock. Every body will be Welcome and three daughters it raid of Biller. Ica mass. Delbert of Lowell Edwardr of Newport. Alson of Albany mrs. Calkins makes announcement. To county voters a i have decided to be a candidate for county senator having been born on an county farm in Morgan and having followed the Pursuit of agriculture since i am thoroughly convinced that the advancement of agriculture should be Given every encouragement. I believe in such agricultural Edu cation. Cooperation demonstration it a x and development As will increase prot of 7 4ft auction make better Market distribute thursday get a Arlo Tion and make More nearly possible to discuss the inter Church world communities movement. M. M. Taplin will be the chief speaker. 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a the Best 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. A. Christian Endeavor. Subject the self sustaining which Vermont formerly enjoyed. More than anything else this would i tend to reduce the High Cost of living bring about greater Content in labor a centers and serve in some degree to keep our Young people in the state j such legislation As would accomplish these things would be my aim. Accompanying such a program must be evening service 7 p. M. A better roads greater Rural school and this service will open with a song social advantages a More equitable and service from the new hymn books Justement of tax burdens and the be subject of Sermon they Cassity of the. Farmer himself becom say it is better to smoke Here than ing a better business Man. Hereafter but How about a double-1 such in a word is my belief and header. You will not be afraid to my platform. Better agriculture is hear the discourse if your conscience the nations need and Vermont a is Clear on the matter. Listen first greatest asset then see who has made the mistake. Marshall e. Calkins there were very few empty seats Westmore Al sunday night and everyone seemed to a Daley of White River Junction mrs. Davidson and mrs. Allan of Springfield. The deceased was 75 years and ten months old. M East Albany Fred and Alfred Daniels have stalled milking machines. Or. And mrs. Pepin have finished work for George Calderwood. Miss Tressa Morey of Craftsbury is working for mrs. Clyde Anderson. Or. And mrs. A. C. Williams who have been very ill with influenza Are gaining very slowly. Mrs. C. E. Anderson and two sons. Clarence and Lester spent the weekend with their aunt mrs. Chas. White of Glover. Church notes plan very earnestly to attend the service in the m. E. Church next sunday afternoon. The pits tor will give an interpretation of the famous hymn a Lead kindly Craftsbury Fred Bailey returned to Boston monday afternoon. A son was born thursday to or. And mrs. Percy Keir. About one Pound of sugar to a tree is reported at this writing. John Hancock of Hardwick was a business visitor in town saturday. Miss Sarah Robbins spent a few Days the first of the week visiting in Hardwick. Or. And mrs. Mackender from Hardwick were business visitors in town monday. Or. And mrs. R. W. Moodie were Over sunday guests of their Daugh John p. Sinon of new York City is a to a a t a a a pending tie week it Hie Home Here. Fita Stratte John Durkin spent a few Days last of the week with friends it Barton. Miss Elsie Huntington of Barton Barton has bargained for the Winslow House located on Porter place. Remember the meeting of the woman a literary club tonight april 14. For Sale eggs for hatching. A a a we a also one Good driving harness. L i Webster . 15-18 miss Mary Wilkinson formerly of this town now living in Glen Sutton c a. Darling who has sold hotel r Zatler. A vote of thanks was exp a Quot at the fall stakes which close this mrs Catler for her 8uc_ week. _ Cess Ful work in railing the $100 Jub master Ronald Davis whose leg Ilee fund. The president appoints was badly broken last Winter is get mrs. W. W. Reirdon and mrs. R. Ting around again. He was in bed Cutler nominating committee to re nine weeks after returning from the port at annual meeting. Members Hospital. Please Send dues to mrs. Fred Nel j a a. son before next meeting. Mrs. M. L. F. S. W Hitcher Pearson was present and requested Sor Sale three to year old in tel a Recato a of friends ire tor to re. £2 Barth Niort to entertain the county to ers to freshen in Early Spring and Here. Year. heifers All holsteins and an Ltd jars Harry Lee Are mov i. _ _. Rem Ikea tuberculin tested. P. Next week from the Clogston West Burke. E w. Barron As soon As possible. House to the Bushaw House on High it a noted that f a Amidon of Glover Street. Worcester. Mass., has entered Ltd. Or. Eva Chandler leaves soon for. Peier. Hermit in training Here or. Gleason is working for new Tork City where she will live by h. A. Harding. In the Sta lion Niles. A a with her daughter. Mrs. Gertrude produce stake sponsored by the Trot mrs. Orin Miles is visiting friends Chandler. A ting breeders of new England inc. About 150 people enjoyed the sugar .a.?___1__ Law. Loa t n Fly he a a it adv n to n a Quot a a ice. Barton. 41 of r iale�?50 cords about three ear dry four foot Wood at r. R. Sid-14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 e. O. B. Cars. Guy a our or �4est Glover. 7tf a Sale imported registered in the Village. Eli Parry a from ci.. R in far mfrs notice i shall not festival served bythe ladies society last week. Percheron stallion age 10 years take Stock mon., apr. 19. To Farmers at the congregational Church vestry. Oscar Wheeler has sold his farm to baht 1 right in every Way. Who Are dealing calves fat them to Friday evening. The Cutler and Hanson. Terms reasonable. Inquire 150 to 175 pounds. These will bring the finest Quanty and the Parr Val expects to return to go a beat n. Newport. It. Box a fancy Pike if number one Quality a Success m every Way the society Refl Percival expect to return to in Xiv ii-i.4 a i o amur in the a a nil re a about $2o.0v. I Glover in a lev week. So Johnsbury miss Jennie French and mrs. J. F. Taylor of Glover. Rev. John Kimball pastor of the Glover Community Church conducted a private funeral at the old Homestead on monday afternoon. Burial at Riverside cemetery Glover. Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kimball morning worship 11 a. M. Sunday school 12 m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. M. The topic of the Sermon sunday will be. A a Man of West Glover j. Stevens is quite ill with influenza. De. Coomer who is working Quot Quot for Fern Anderson has the mumps. Mrs. Joseph Cook of Irasburg visited mrs. Lyman Barber sunday. In a. Lizzie Cameron called on friends her lie first of the week. Mrs. Fern /. N<3rscr. Is gaining spent the week end with her Cousin j Oage. Mary Kennison. Mrs. John Williams of Springfield mass., was called Home recently to care for her Mother. Mrs. Alton Maynard of Hardwick visited her Quot parents or. And mrs. Rowen the last of the week. Or. And mrs. John Mcallister of Newport have been guests at Julius Blodgett a for the past few Days. Or. And mrs. Alfred Daniels Walter Kennison miss Sibyl Cochran and miss Margaret sinon were called to Newport tuesday to serve As witnesses on the Dingman Case. South Albany the Village school began on monday morning. Town the last of the week. Mrs. Harlan Gage returned to Boston saturday after spending a week with her parents or. And mrs. S. A. Rev. And mrs. O. B. Wells expect to leave tuesday to attend the annual methodist conference held at Springfield. A the c. E. C. Club will meet to clean the school building on april 21. Everyone is expected to be on. Hand to help. Miss Leona Morey finished her work at Percy Keirs saturday and commenced her school in Collinsville monday. Mrs. Jennie Randall who has been spending some time in West Glover was an Over sunday guest at her Home Here. Mrs. Stephen Newton and son from continued on Page four will you match Iowa in this drive Law i but the Light ones Are a drug on the will Clear about_$25.00. Market. I want to buy 50 head of weather continues Cool and on people Are waking up to this drive for the Benefit of the boys and girls of county Here Are a few More pledges for this great work of helping our boys and girls to help themselves by having a trained club Leader. Who is next pledges made and Money received. Previously reported $285.00 Trust co., Newport National Bank of Newport Book amp thimble club g. W. Stockwell Salesman Burlington Jolly Junior club . E. Wakeman no. Troy 1.00 i third it is the function of the m. E. Calkins Westmore 5.00 boys and girls club work to capital e. Warier Mason City Iowa 5.00 a be the educational value of Industry Commerce and trades through train $508.00 ing and reinforcement by the expert the Jolly Junior club of i Monand Oran of th�8e institutions is a Mere club of boys and girls and i fourth it is the aim of the boys and girls club work to so stage b6ys and girls develop efficiency and enthusiasm in work through programs of contests demonstrations and Home activities. Second each boy and girl needs an Opportunity to voluntarily select for self Industrial Home making commercial Trade or agricultural Active ties in order to find the thing for 10�.�0 which he is Best fitted. The Achicve-100.00 ment Proir rams attempt through or 5.00 Gani Zed leadership and contests to i help boys and girls find themselves 2.00 and fit into work which is the Basic 5.00 this a for Success in life. Farm for Sale one of the cattle to take May 1, Yarrow cows evening nearly two inches of friends and neighbors Here m this Section known As fall cows. 1 and 2-year-old heifers. A ?4-Lvwr non. I Ema Mart Nha not been As a x will eat -1 which started the Snow of tile moan a ugh j a f late but is gaining. 1 gains and raised the streams. The Maple sugar season has not been a wanted Pood one but the present storm May produce considerable More sap. Slowly and it is hoped the will be Able they pledge $5 for the work. Mrs. E. U. To leave the Hospital soon. J. Caron is Leader of this club and programs of work that they become n. I�7 h Ikon is visiting among old _ i writes a we Hope to be Able to have a sports sort of football games for Sherman Rogers made a trip to by. Cub it eader As we feel sure it would organized Ptouhas. These groups Are 1 1 a x t _ a maa Wie run fi/1. _ x 1____x f ? 1 w eggs for hatching Holtermans aristocrat / barred rocks eggs 12, to no up reer,t5 each four util a Ruhr a a Ltd Cocle rals $5 each. �ots2? solicited. J. B. Good a a Derby line. 15�?18 wanted live Larton. Poultry. Elrick 18tf wanted at once. Boy for general office world before and after school and saturdays. Apply this office. _ plans for the organization of a corporation to operate hotel Barton by Johnsbury recently to see his grandson who is in the Hospital. Raymond Rogers who is in Bright look Hospital is a Little better but is not Able to be brought Home yet. His Mother is staying with him. The w a. Scott Mill and lumber 15tf. For Sale a Viii acre in my a 5� Bone for someone in Evansville ble Mills and quarries by the committee soliciting subscriptions ��3 my a War w. Ommy. F p. Pirec. Cd in Rygs 17 acres of und with the Morancy Brothers Are Back on their farm after their Long illness. Mrs. Amy Bartlett has been staying for a time with mrs. Elma Martin. A a. Pm til Peker is he ping Orin Miles bag Goj j to Wessel. Nickel amp the business men of Barton who have of so Effield during the sugar season. I Gross of Barton and new York. The pledged themselves to buy the prop went to Orl ans Sale to the Webster firm As reported erty Are taking shape a major por j5�"�?� two children return last week was subject to an opinion Tion of the Stock has been subscribed saturday and his Garton firm and they com and a committee is at work upon Man de with my. F. R. Hattings j. F. There will be a Grange dinner on it t a a rth of la Enber and Wood. Borto Arry three cows and a j. Trescott r. D. 10-15p miscellaneous farmers7 Van for notice if you a a v ref a carcasses than we. Coco a Knss Sel the l Solomon. Barton. Both a phones. 1-17p v paid for furs hides and 1 Ephone 58-11. Re a Revar no a the mar age rial puns. F. R. Hats mrs j. There will be a Grange dinner on labourers a trim Batchelder and c. A. Barrows Are april 22. Followed by a full program a Mills and quarries Dot a erupt. Only Pittine in the afternoon. Miss Bessie store is Home from steady work Good wages. Guy Bartlett Are in charge of Sewa Ted two women House curing a manager. Teeters one to have charge of boys the Welcome o. Brown cemetery and officers dining rooms the other association recently organized by a Tohan charge of dormitories. Sal electing most of its old officers As Arv $35 00 and $40.00 per month re follows e. W. Barron president Sec Tivey and maintenance. If eith a. S. Drew vice president f. W. Remarried husband considered for position at from $55.00 to $65.00 Opportunity for advancement. Sunt. County training school mass. Baldwin Secretary and treasurer and s. A. Hunt superintendent the re. Report of the auditors showed that Lawrence the association was in Good condition 13-16 notice to wanted Salesman for Barton Daniel a and Vicinity. Cowrt Emge contract9tl Only for spare time or full tune. W e asked for care. Will teach you to sell i the afternoon Finan j y. But that work had been curtailed because of the High prices of labor and materials and it was talked that More Money ought to be a ooh tons Quot no Rii Akers 1 Tion through our free Choo of in a alar meeting with mrs. Reir a buy your sugar and help you bui1 81 a study club held regular meeting with thursday april 8. Meeting with club prayer. Eleven �3.sr.� a or barrels Ness of your own. Josm Luuy. With club prayer. Eleven j f a Ces Guaran ending and insurance company embers responded at Roll Call. Sub ill Batchelder Barton. 8tf is soft and health department a a a do paper Saginaw Mich. Capital a life of Emerson a written by mrs. Flint and read by mrs. Batchelder. Frank Phillips. A a begins school at the Parrish april 19th. Elmer l. French of Chelsea mass., plated the Trade last week. Albany the condition of mrs. Charles Davidson remains about the same. Mrs. Allan is at present stopping with her Mother mrs. Henry Mills. Be a great help to us ally thu to be Given dignified pro pams of or. Warner of Iowa writes. A men work and a Chance to earn and own closed herewith is my Check for $5 property at Home their achievements for your boys and girls club fund to be recognized by their parents and i am much in sympathy with the the Public. This May be supplement Good we ill our Vermont and county people match Iowa or. Stockwell Sells Unicorn feeds. De by the courage and inspiration from achievement songs yells and medals. Fifth to assist existing organizations to supplement in so far As possible their programs of play recreation. Hiking camping so that boys and girls May be trained in nor and says he will give a bag of Unicorn Dairy ration to the boy or girl who grows the Best calf this year. Who else Grill make offers o this nature to encourage the youngsters. A. We want 1000 pledges before the Mal work As the Basic thing and Reed of this month. We done to care creation. Pm a vacation pleasure what the amount a it May be $10, or trips Etc. Thus become by product $5, or $1 and even 60 cent Aub scrip i�.5. Achievement in work tons will All help. Watch the Liat of when Dlay. Recreation camping contributors grow. The Quarter goal and other unproductive activities Are is now passed. Will you help it Over overdone they come intoxicating the half was Mark done to wait and develop abnormal desires tor sex Many have said they were go fag of a out developing. And be counted next week. The following statement gives in often exists in the minds of the parents As Well As leaders of Young people. That children should not work until after their teens because their tender bodies will not a fund in to children a thirty second degree Mason widely a in the capacity of mail Carrier for a y and Many More Are thinking corresponding Power to earn or afford known in and around Boston died Charles Davidson during the past about pledging. Done to delay. Get in a ice a living. The mistaken notion Friday morning March 12, at the week. A old Homestead in Glover. He was we regret having to report that the second of the eight children of the Condit on of or. C. E. Chamber Lindol and Elvira Morse French and Jan not improved As rapidly As was born in Glover oct. 11, 1851. He we would a Ike. Received his education in his native i in Daley who attended the fun town finishing his studies at the 0f her father on april 4th. Re can Academy. At the age of 21 years _ turned to her Home in White River he went to Boston soon afterwards Junction the following week. He and his brother Byron l. French ,. Be deceased entered the wholesale and plan to attend these the retail it vision and grocery business Dav morning in the m. E. Church. 1 be at 390-394 Hanover Street Boston pastor will give an interpretation of where they continued to do business the famous hymn. A Lead Kedly for 20 years. Afterwards he became Brief the reasons for the organization of the boys and girls club work. First the predominant ailment of a ought to know better of Young people of the present age is through undirected play More often the development of a millionaires overdo in the straining of nerves taste and desire for food clothing and Muscles mind and body than they no recreation without capacity to earn a properly organized work such a living it a the aim of the the important thing is to make boys and girls club work to help children a work a game. Tate a Rance and real is it z Stock and Mutual com a Apt Bonds All kinds of Vil tax f.1 any one having Vil j found Reading from prese a yes a on mrs. Nelson Reading from mrs. I Rita a Desman in the wholesale pro Rev. And mrs. W. E. Craig were in a a a a a ��?�---1 while there they w Ayne Sanders now r w. B�mwon10 sec9t found a Small mired covered Jujj Al Lelau gave a hound came to vote a ? Iasi of match. Ourn in the South. Both tic or it i itt. A a. Facts tax. Try it of i this 3r Maple sugar prod have Pai. Can furnish you have a a firing the Law printed in charge. G. R. Buck Charleston. 14-16 of Teing the state Seal name a. A it Iress As follows 1000turd a .o00t41-60. 300�?$i.35. The _ a a sir y for All a a sugar or All a a a t 71 a a a part of both. Labels de lost Blac and Vitte Couie hath Erie tax. Owner May Gram and the talk by or. Mclelan by describing and paying were most interesting and in �?T4 Joyed by those present. A a a vision Busi Nois. He was noted for Boston last week. His great heart and cheerfulness called upon _ even at the last when he was greatly bookkeeper in the cosmopolitan Bank hampered by ill health one was made on Devonshire Street. Mure a happier by his presence. He a ads were All the people who knew for a number of years he took notice Jwj Moi Iowa 1000 j lost a a a it a i win. Unis a it to a Quot a or _ -1 order r i accompanies a ame Rodge. Has Brown Ita do Iene in the is nooks. Me of in car. N Gil pm. Hunt amp co. Inc. Quvee Tei uhf Uard of the Chud a read by mrs. H mrs. Reir Dan served Tea sandwiches and wafers. And a social hour of Lowed. The w. C. U. Met with mrs. E. W Barron tuesday afternoon. Paper a a inc study of phys Ion orgy by in the Public schools the Safe r run o 7. A i. Act be interest m Chelsea City of f Rita elected councilman and Lateri ale Man. He was a trustee of the Frost to pita and served As purchasing agent for Many years. He was a member of Robert lash Lodge. Or. Iez Tine commander. K. T., and Aleppo Temple of the Mystic shrine. He is survived by one brother and four mixers Robert e. French mrs. F. A. Scott mrs. G. A. Hamblet of. It Haber it Nec Rary m tim Issue and in the past few issues of the Monitor to omit Cozad enable advertising and timely news matter. Or Mart oms of the paper Market do not warrant extra pages at present. Early copy will always receive preference. Use this form we Hen sending in subscriptions for club work fund Gilpin Hunt amp co., club work Barton it. Gentlemen i want to make a contribution to the boys and girls club work fund for county. I enclose $ or i will Send on a. Very truly yours signed. Address,.77 note contribution May be Enclard or amount pledged May be stated and Date Given on which it will be paid subscription May be paid any time during the next six month

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