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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49�?no. 13barton, Vermont wednesday april 21. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advertising 1 in Lii re pro for first lose Lou Aird thereafter. C order. To advert the. R its than of Venlo or it trip. Sal. A a for Sale Good boxes for improvement club elects of scars the annual meeting of the Barton improvement club was held tuesday evening and the following elections made president c. S. Webster vice president c. C. Cassidy Secretary treasurer a. W. Buswell trustees new c. Willard g. L. Bartlett auditors c. A. Barrows f. W. Cutting. The Secretary a report showed a 16tf membership of about 50 for the year and the treasurers state Merle Calkins a an prize speaking contest the prize speaking contest inst by the Barton improvement club with the following program will held wednesday april 28th at 80 clock at alumni Hall. Admission 25 cents. Tickets on Sale by students. Judges from out of town Are not yet selected. A the Man of destiny a Clarence Hazen a the one legged Goose a he Las a a Quot Florence Cook a the last Leaf a hav. Zina do 1 ment revealed a liquidation of some 15tf a Over $350 indebtedness. The club starts the new year with a j Quot a ale also barn membership of nearly 100 with Sev word a i. Git store. 14tf a a a a Engels that around us hover a arranged by William Vincent Wallace from the opera a Mari Tana a mixed glee club a the last Mildred Larabee a a lesson or i ted to do. I Lincow la cd a. Barton. 15-16p eral applications on the Board and on Washington a Floyd Taylor a the with the idea of attempting to con a last hymn a Beatrice labor a Gypsy along the same lines of get song a a romanian Folk song Solo r Rof �1 Exford car in Good con a tires. L. Lew 14tf Chevrolet Royal c a. E. A. Hamilton. A 13tf cords of Wood it dry. Tel. 128-12. Lurry Merri or eans. Hts Rop. A be River Road in. V. Ned by Helen f 16-20 i y 7. A let Fine Driver and sad or Oded Morgan. I. 14-16 t of 1s5 acres. Or. Matilda Hanson 16-17p Fri Pond. 7 Sale Holstein Bull a air 1 Vear. 6 months a. F. D. A a ,. A. Win pain Tine a a. _ in ave. Mrs business and to encourage the development of what we now have. The question of baseball was discussed and real Progress was made in the selection of c. C. Cassidy As manager whose Success with the team last year makes the Outlook for the present season Bright. Or. Cassidy requests All those who will try to make the team to meet at the club rooms Friday evening when it is hoped to elect a Captain. A so Long one of the most interesting announcements that has been made in a Long time is that arrangements have been completed with o. E. Wee and e. J. Carpenter for an engagement of their noted laughing Success a so Long the dates Are positively set for monday april 26, at Orleans and Friday april 30 at Barton a pro t incr to q a nil Treitli i one a. E. Tel. 166-31. 16tf i f .1 Ford p. T condition. Newly Price scr. Enable. Ralph ear a. f. Newport. 16tf i Large Hea part by Mildred Miles girls glee club accompaniment an extract from a Julius Caesar a Ralph Mcgorty a Bobbie shafts a Avis Bowen a the brides of Enderby a Marion Baldwin selection by orchestra Schubert club. Are. Both nearly , -., h Albany. 16-17 i for sold my Busi in Lowell i offer for Sale my a Toap up Ifcic truck Only used to season. Inquire of l. P. Aubin ii port. Tel. 241�?11 in Barton local notes mrs. Barron is at Bright look Hospital for treatment. Miss Evaline Mcdonald is spending the week at her Home in Barre. Mrs. Edgar Dean of St. Johnsbury recently visited her husband Here. George Nye of Chester is visiting his daughter mrs. L. E. Mason. Mrs. Blanche Wilson has gone to Hinsdale n. H., to visit her sister. Marsh Byington of Charlotte was a recent guest at the Home of Geo. E. Ton. A so Long Mary a is a sprightly a King. Caroling lightly to Gay tunes by some a Willson of americans most popular composers. The music is of the sort one whistles. Homer Seavey of Boston is visit and sings. James Kennedy and Roseling at the Home of or. And mrs. Kessner two of the funniest peo Lecarl Goss. On the English a King stage head j Jotie Potter was the guest of the list of fun makers. Seats Are on her brother Homer Potter in Orleans Over sunday. Miss Mary Wheeler of St. Johnsbury was in town sunday and monday a visiting friends. Mrs. W. Wright is improving Large heavy freight the list of fun makers. Seats Are on also Champion Sale at austins drug store Orleans a. Both nearly at pierces store in Barton. Miscellaneous i for Sale pair work horses 7 i 8 years of age weighing about v pounds also lumber Wagon and work harnesses. Charles Pajk Irasburg ind. Tel. 11. 15tf 5.ale�?ico acres tillage land pen this land in lots of one acre a i More or less. W. B. Telfer bar-14tf Lior Sale Light Ford delivery with top and curtains. In Good -.on. J. G. Turnbull co., or ? carcass than operation i5 for your Calfskin a sell to i. Solomon water St. Barton. Both a phones. L-17p Bright look Hospital mrs. G. Perley is visiting at the county agent Johnson resigns. F. Johnson Orleans county agricultural agent has resigned his position As such and accepted a like position with the new London county Connecticut organization with Headquarters at Norwich and is expecting to leave Newport for his new Field of labor about May 10. $181,526 for county roads Survey for Federal work Between Orleans and Coventry Complete. Hon. Stoddard s. Bates of Derby Sute Highway commissioner and Fred Dudle Xuy District commissioner of or. Johnson has done valuable ser Orange county met the Road officials ice for the Orleans county farm selectmen and Road commissioners of Orleans county in the pastime Hall Newport thursday april 15. More than 100 were present including Sev vice for the Orleans county farm Bureau which numbers about 550 and it is to be regretted that he is to make this change. The work that he has been doing cannot be taken up officials from other counties. The by a. New agent without a temporary called los to the farm Bureau and it Isi a a. B Cobleigh District commis hoped that arrangements May yet Orleans county be made whereby he May be pre a. Bates was the principal speak failed to continue his work in this or of the occasion and held the Clos county. Attention of the audience while or. And mrs. Johnson have been the great Church movement closely identified with the life of the Community and have made a Host of friends who will be very sorry to have them leave town. Sons of veterans to organize. Election and installation of officers of the sons of veterans will be held at the g. A. Rooms on tuesday night april 27 to elect and install the officers of Camp no. 84. Ail eligible which Ltd insist of sons or grandsons of either fathers or mothers Side of the War of �?T61 Are earnestly urged to be present also All tie grand army and the Relief corps also wives of the grand army daughters and granddaughters and nieces and Sisters of the g. A. R., and wives he presented some of the problems that Are confronting those who have the building and Upkeep of the roads throughout the state. The Bridge question is one of the largest problems confronting those what or. Baldwin opposes. Or. Editor a if you will kindly allow me space in your valuable paper i desire to state Why at this time. I am not in favor of the inter Church world movement so called just being put on. 1st. It is Uncertain what is going to be done with this Money if they succeed in obtaining it. The drive for $5,000,000 to pension aged ministers otherwise called the a Pilgrim memorial fund a was hardly started before another drive was started for $50,000 claiming it was to be used for missions and educational institutions. In the congregationalist and Advance for april 1, 1920, Rev. John o. Thrush pastor of the congregational Church in River Falls wis., asked this question a is this so called a drive set for april or May explain just for. Or. Bates spoke at some length of How the Federal government was Aid of the sons of veterans Are most Cor ing the state in Road building. dually invited. It is expected that the said that $1,244,000 was the allotment a a a a Quot a a Mia Money is intended who Are in Clerge of the highways at a whether for missions educational the present time mainly on account 1 work or to pay the expenses of the of the increased use in the past few inter Church movement a the editor years of heavy trucks which is sex of this paper made this answer a the beginning in april is intended the it ears to come. This being a fact for missions and educational inst it will be necessary to rebuild Many i Tut ions. Ift our own denomination it Bridges and to build better and Ign extra and emergency Campaign stronger ones. said that in the a the of the inter Church past four years Between 50 and 300 1 movement will naturally come out of Bridges had Beer built m the state a the the a Evem nah and urged Cement construction of Bridges whenever possible. Div president of the s. Of v. Auxiliary will be present. The division organizer will be present to do the banquet of the e per order of a. L. Ware div. Com. Chas. Davenport div. Organizer. From the National Treasury to Vermont for Road work for a five year period and thought in due time that extra and emergency campaigns spoken of above in Vermont i Leam from the a the Vermont missionary a extra no. 6, will be $20,000. This amount will be expended As follows to assist Small communities Avrich Are unable to provide religious services for themselves to assist Small needy churches to finance the annual training meet work. A banquet will be served at a the fed a government would main Ifor ministers which has been held the close of the exercises. _ tam certain roads As Federal roads at Middlebury in the past and pro Tain certain roads As be Terai Roaas at Middlebury while others would be state roads j vide a fund for $1000 a to be at the v j others town roads. One disposal of the in the Middlebury ministers train purposes have been Given to the state Jbf or vein from tic Quot Mirriom. n b. The death of Frank r. Cd of them have already arrived a i the congregationalist for curved at his late Home on Prospect stored at Montpelier in a new Street Friday afternoon. Or. Buck that Cost $75,000. These Truiz a was taken sick the last of february not equipped for Road use until they with what appeared to be the Grippe Are provided with bodies. These after a few weeks sickness it was trucks will be rented to the several thought Best to take him to Bright towns at a rental of $5 per Day by look Hospital St. Johnsbury for sex the state Highway department the lamination the result of which showed town to pay for the Oil and gasoline Cash paid for furs hides and in Passumpsic. Junk. Telephone 58-11. Daniel a j a n Ian any. Briton. 9tf by Home of or. And mrs. Chester King that he was suffering from liver Trou and also the wages of the Driver which a a stage the state will furnish. Hie which had reached that jr., of Bostons int that >�11 cow not March 25, 1920, said paper states a the inter Church world movement has voted to devote $6,000 to the establishment of four hospitals for incurable to be located in Massachusetts Missouri Ohio and i am informed upon Good authority that $3,000,000 of the $50,000,000 is to be devoted toward the a Pilgrim fund to pension aged ministers. I cannot exactly see How these last notice to sugar makers Liand mrs. C. E. Buswell. Am in a position to buy your sugar i Miller and Hel either in syrup or pact Oges. Barrels he chimneys at furnished if Desir. Paces Guaran Jouse on Glover Stree teed. J. F. Batchelder Barton. 8tf Itaf we a a a a a nth it a a he a i ��hr�"hi7honrr.d e.4 the a a be a a a be the 1si.�on�?�ar"furpsv� j thing was done to make him Comfort tremendous Highway problem and his educational institutions Able the remainder of his Days. talk imparted valuable information to 2nd. It is not right at this time Are relay failed very rapidly the last two Days county Road workers. Fig All upon the congregational Zaba Asky a of his sickness and his sudden death following the meeting of Road churches in Vermont for this Large was a Shock to his friends. Commissioners in a time hallaan130,000. Or. A c. Warner House on Glover Street. Or. And mrs. C. Potter of or insurance and real is i leans were in town monday to attend Date Best Stock and Mutual com. The funeral of f. Buck. Nies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil j miss Day of Jericho a teacher of Nurun oui i Iti xxx. X a a a a Homer c. Potter a funeral services were held at his following the meeting of commissioners in pastime Hall a Quet Given by the chamber of com chairman congregational world in the con late Home on monday afternoon at Eree to the Road commission in that 2.30 of clock the Rev. J. J. Huehm Lezimen of the county in to is says son pastor of the congregational a ional Church dim room. It the plan to put Over another Large Church officiating. To Arera were a up he social Unton under the 16tf Inge real estate. Any one Vin �1 is Tea sex a tender taking or. Potha a pole Cral Union under the a res ent tear is meet Guh co Sid Farmers notice to 38tf to a Quot Nve he we a wa7uie�?z&Quot, Ras. Time. I will buy your carcasses the i a Madame Orcutt Mother of h. Tab. Three How Stet a Htay of a found calf is and hides. Al sustained a fractured limb re a Fred Brown. Arleaux a. .3c a you _10 to j by no tip to me. Abl ground for this criticism. We i for e-hay7nd Wood new a i a it Quot of >&Quot.? in May a a a a Quot Quot a Quot i in ass Riard numb a hem ii sri a is a the to a All l Tab. Thi found cantos and hides al Orcutt sustain of lovers testified in unspoken a teen waitresses dressed a while or work horses ��?6 about 3000 pounds also a a gon sleds and work har Charles Cook Irasburg. Ind. 14tf order and charge the phone to me. I. Solomon water Street both a Kos a a a Barton. _ 5-11. Hatching. I2 it Yan dottes $1.50 for 15 eggs. I Obber tired newly painted a a Eood driving harness. Webber Orleans. 15-18 Sale three two year old 1 freshen in Early Spring and so Quot a a All holsteins and Lier wanted wanted live Tarton. Carpenters Sih poultry. Elrick 18tf wanted five ble men eight hour Day. Corkins Newport. 16ti Iii us Nowers be Siuw m Uno Puipui. It rid Temprise Ever Carnea in rough of our a and attic Ivriy served men i Hurghes and on people do not feel so Vii Laid a it rest in the family lot a combat cd 5211.�?T a a a continued on a reply. Since the great Church world movement is the greatest religious movement since the crusades it is not the be wondered at that there is opposition and criticism. 1st. There is absolutely no uncertainty As to How the Money is to be spent if the signed statements of the Heads of the movement can be believed. Or. Baldwins assertion that a drive has been started for $50,000,-000 is absolutely without foundation of fact. The april drive is for $3,-000,000 and no More above the usual gifts of our entire congregational constituency. Vermont a quota of the $3,000,000 is $82,000. The $20,000 or. Baldwin refers to is the amount to be spent in Vermont for work in our communities where churches need assistance. In Reading or. Baldwins statement one is led to understand that the income from the $91,-005.20 endowment of the Vermont Domestic missionary society is exclusively devoted to the support of the Middlebury ministers convocation. This is entirely misleading. The endowment income is the Only stated income the Vermont Domestic society has and cannot amount to More than $5500, while the society is spending annually upwards of $20,000 per year in the state and every Dollar going to the support of the ministers convocation lessens the work that society can do in the needy Fields of the state. In the next sentence or. Baldwin switches from the Vermont Congre a ext ional movement to the inter Church orld movement and its Hospital program which has no More to do with the present Vermont Cong e. J. Rutter optometrist will a a a -., at o. Mossmann son Friday the by was Laid to res dressing Brown Gravy and tonal drive than or. Baldwin had to do with the Pilgrim memorial drive which subject he next takes up. I do not know where or. Baldwin got his food authority relative to Pilgrim memorial funds but l. C. Warner whom or. Baldwin quotes later says a the Pilgrim memorial fund is a part of the ultimate object of the congregational world movement but it is not included in the emergency Askings for 1920.�?� 2d. Or Baldwin says a it is not right a setting his opinion Over the opinion of the leaders of congregationalism in Vermont and the vast majority of acid events with reference to the state quota. As to the quoted statement of or. Warner i am unwilling to believe that or. Baldwin intended to leave such an erroneous impression As to or. Warners stand in this matter As his quotation ending in the Middle of a sentence would indicate. I consider the quotation unfair to or. Warner and the movement. The article is commended to All who desire to Post themselves upon the grand scope and Benefit of the movement and i will be glad to loan the Page six. We count you in next week d daughter of Claremont n. H., Are Yec eight months and 22 Days of siting his parents or. And mrs. F. Death. remained l with his parents on the farm until ii and visiting g. Burdick or. And mrs. Harold Shedd of 14 years of age when he went Sheffield were ests at the Home of Cheste 31 .�?ol894 men to Newport and expressed a wish allowing the banquet president Cox of the chamber of Commerce presided Over Short Post prandial exercises. warmly welcomed the tub Culm Quot 3tf_ a a a. Torper i. M apr Intro eld Barton. There is not time space or need of going into details again about the great Orleans county drive this paper and the others published by Gilpin Hunt amp co inc., Are putting on for the Benefit of the boys and girls. In Brief it is a Campaign to raise boys 7r xxx dirt a once boy for Gen this week attending the Annil ses a Ever cords about t Semeia were a. Newport and expressed a Wisn the lattes brother e. A. Alger the Amos Keag to Anna Ahat there was a county organization first of the week. Oftener bring the rep Trio Aff Moon study club win by Vav 1q a it it or it i com resent Tive citizens of the county to t Cook fal a the tub North of be 7tf m Hou and vol i steady work Good wages lfl_lcu7ter were in St. Jonas by up by All who Laie Hin a Man of a 4h Irasburg Village. A takers anted we Day to see mra. W. A Wight who habits and a clean Christian charac Gero Irasburg Box n9. I tub a lab w makers has been in the Hospital there. Are in want or a nil some t Vios it i and saturdays. Apply this i Ference. A Ernest Smith son of mrs. A Orleans. was a member 7 Smith has acc ted a pop congregational Church and for labourers wanted in to mar bookkeeper in the Fairbanks years was superintendent of the e Mills and quarries by St. Johnsbury. A sunday school. was a kind 1 More Mahmout the Federal id iture. us xxx. A. A a a Quot i Vears has Oad Money and its expenditure. but Fortl said the Money allowed Vermont had Ltd old i wars a or cd in Xii i amp a scr of a Ulii 16-19p a a a �?T��5uilt Ford Road la a during with starter 2 p i a touring. These cars al k condition As they t p overhauled and paint a Ilell it Awson Newport. 16tf us in Leone of the Section known As of a one half Miles 30 head of cattle All Pic a o consider Trade Lima. Or place. E. O. Wells. Or _____11�?15p i w. Hatching d. Holt Ermaun a aristocrat and is eggs 12. F each. Four util Cocle rals $5 each. Be solicited. J. B. Good line. 1&_18 mrs c l Hutchins has been u1 of the broken family Ireleth of i a it can use several of Quot in her store daring her women in our veneer Mill and of amp a tories in Orl is. L. Chandler comp a or e. Been divided for the various counties and the allotment for Orleans county was $181,526 to be spent Over a five year period. also stated that. Survey had been completed of the Road from the Bailey four Corners on the Coventry Orleans Road to Orleans Village thus completing a Federal Road Between these two places. The Survey has not yet been accepted by the government but there is every reason to believe it will be done. Or. Bates said a great difference Crescent Lodge l monday evening. Ments made since the last report. Every mail now contains pledges to this fund which is growing by leaps and Bounds. But there Are Only about 10 Days left in which to reach the in. Will you get in now and help w. L. White Barton l. A. Partridge Glover c. Hitchcock no. Craftsbury John Taylor g. C. Luezier Jay f. T. Rich Derby c. F. Miller Westfield g. A. Bailey Newport John Keeler Orleans Jasper Cummings Orleans a. S. Mills Albany William Lawson Newport w. B. Gilpin Westfield c. Durgin West Charleston c. P. Hunt North Troy e. A. Pike Irasburg Geo. W. Phillips Irasburg h. Hunt North Troy your contribution can Only be a m. Dodge North Troy Small one done to think it will be in a. B. Cobleigh Newport Welcome. We prefer Many Small gifts m. J. Blair North Troy to a few Large ones now is will Here is of Orl. Add your name next week. Previously acknowledged High a new per a North Tro question William Nelson w. Charleston a will you follow suit or pass s. B. Bates Derby is a splendid representative list Fred l. Dudley Randolph Orleans county people. Let us f. J. Libby Newport there will be a a a of Gloversville n. Y., and one Between what the travellers say of wide awake club Brownington 5. A brother William p. Buck of Manches a the roads now and 15 years ago a sir. X or iter n. Those from out of town then everyone saw the i. Member is requested to be present. Attend the funeral were or. And j pieces of Road and spoke of d. A. Previously acknowledged Inez j. Winslow Orleans wide awake club brow r. Utton Brownington 5. Willing workers club Evansville 1. A. Hall Holland u. Smith Derby r. D. L. Day Newport i Mclau Uva to ski a me Quot a i wanted two women House i Della Willson and mrs. La mrs. E. F Humphrey and is of j Wax Sarji of. It of hns. T j new ,/x i and mrs. Herbert Bart now keepers. One to Nave Narb us Cretia Alexander were and officers dining rooms the up to saturday by the sudden deat to have charge of , Myron Alexander. By islam a s per month respectively and a a intent. mass. For i 160 Sale or rent farm acre sugar and Apple or every those from out of town j than a Van a a no saw the spoke of d. A. Brahana Irasburg everyone sees the bad d. W. Davis Derby line a a a. A. Webster West Glover f. A Baldwin Barton . W. Gillis Greensboro Bend a Tampa with it us Mink us matched by the state than any other p. P. Sawyer Barton mrs. Geo a e. King met. J in this Way to county in Vermont. L. Gray Glover �r2j a a Asa a mean. Ste -�2 =. B. Troy Inri Tave of a is a a aug Ide Quot a ��7d�?��-new or. And or. Herb. And talk of them. A rtt pric Ato i death of Yiett of Newport Center or. And mrs. Us Orleans county voted a Homer Potter of Orleans of pot to -------x,.=-----ir--------u Cummings of Bradford. Homer Potter of Orleans and George i Money this year for Road work to be Quot itched a. 1. 10. 5. 3. 2. 5. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 on saturday when j Terhel to int is s�?zd77.2 a Tahoe a for. Tae Risien. Sssf Rev. I. W. Pic re a a sch of our iv5 one. May head we a Telegram and has cancelled briefly about his work and its growth in three years. Ninety different projects had been surveyed and specifications made for contract work in the past season his engagements. Or and or. A. A or and a a ssh. ,-sh.dd.whoi.hp.�, Malcolm Buck Helen by Robert Buck. Barton i pasture. ____16tf Bouse at g f Leif acre of land. House Ter Bath hot and cold pc a a a lights. Good shed Wood Rhyd All it. Cruel found her a is is Price for Quick Sale and tax. Owner May tem. Quick Sale candid Quot Tex. Owner May 16tf lend. Methodist Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor there will a a Quot a a toastmaster Wilcox then called up w w tru it now Nort on c. S. Emery referring to him a a a tonal Terr the next governor. Or. Emery spoke i in Clifford Barton 22r�?~fjn.th. Uta , such Unity of thought and action As Here in Orleans county. Valid i&l�?~�?�whl�?o>�?���?�7,�?~ a al it remain during the illness of mrs. King. Ite Fraglar and annual meeting of Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S. Any of vested at 7. Work and insula continued on Page eight. Epworth league 6.00. The thursday evening Merting Thia week will be in charge of a. Wake Man. The teacher training class will meet next week on Friday evening. 1. Antral savings Bank amp Trust co. Orleans 100. Barton improvement club 25. Barton savings Bank amp Trust co. Barton $832.50 if any who gave to this drive at the county Road meeting at Newport Are not cited with the right amount it will give us pleasure to Correct the figures Here published. The amount i was not filled out on some cards but in such cases the credit is Given for $1.00. If any left Money without fish out a card we shall be glad to receive notice that proper credit May be Given. There was a surplus of $4.00 taken up at the tables after the banquet for which no cards were found. Important even though this Iesue of the Monitor in enlarged to ten Pagee Quant Tiee of Hoik Advertis Rig and Newa matter a again omitted. Early copy received the preference. George Conley Orleans e. Stetson Westfield a Thomas Gilbert Westfield Charles Mummy Lowell Geo. E. Curtis Lowell 100. A 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor 10.30. Morning service. Subject a the 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service 7 p. Open with a Good song service. Subj it of Sermon a card if right you will not be afraid to hear night a a a x�5 what May be said. If wrong Well m. B. Johnson North Craftsbury Ink at about it 1m Bible study thursday at 7.30 p. I ool in the absence of Rev m. A. Turner 1.00 the methodist people Are invited to 1 00 attend the sunday services at this 1.00 Church. D. To Unrun rvs Xvi Guy Kinsley Lowell j. S. Emery Craftsbury c. B. Smith. North Craft sub f. T. Murphy Lowell i Frank Burns Newport a i Henry Thayer Irasburg

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