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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50-no. 31barton. Vermont wednesday August 4. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Ifield adv Tising "lt7iserlod on Ter thu for first insert an Fok Sale Fisk Barton. Weeks old Pil or Sherbrooke comes to Day. The famous Sherbrooke baseball team which has taken its Mes from practically every team in this Section comes to Barton tuesday afternoon. Barton lost to Sherbrooke there last week but promises to make the game Here worthy of the Canadian Speed. Calkins Fum Ains in senatorial race Barton ones Oyse or. Editor the statement is being circulated that i have withdrawn from the county senator ship contest. This is not Atrue. I am in the contest to stay and in one four year old you will find my name on the county inquire a phone 44-5 ticket when you go to the primary on 30-31 september 14. 1 m. E. Calkins. I. Ale about inquire 30 tons of a phone 44-5, 30-31 7? jr., mor Standard and regi a if Kimbail Glover. I Jota Sale new lot just them. Ralph Ham it it. Tel 213-31 swing St Chions turf Ion h. P. . Sale furnished cottage 1 at cry Stal Lake. Mrs. 1 Woodward 19 Pearl is let Enty one Holstein Brood cows to freshen a few the others in the Spring. In three year old registered use. Come Early and avoid d. Verrier Barton r f. Rue Road. 29-31p Visalli my store building in Quot Miliage 18x40, one Story to for store or Barber . Chaffee Irasburg. 30-31p i s.\le�?12 horse Power ols a re new with trucks also 1 a blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 we. Price right. Edward s. Becton. 23tf to build mediately hmm piano action manufacturers to erect Brick factory at once. County congregational picnic postponed. Owing to the inability to secure the prominent speakers desired for co a a. Barton local notes Vera Webster of Plymouth n. H., spent the week at Home. C. A. Barrows has been entertaining his brother from Johnson. Miss Shaw and miss Gray of Montreal Are stopping at hotel Barton. Mrs. W. A. Warner of Peacham has been spending a few Days at the May Home. Miss Mildred Ford is waiting table at the new Willoughby House at Westmore. Leske Elliott has been spending two weeks with his parents or. And mrs. M. J. Elliott. Or. And mrs. M. Binning entertained or. Cullen of Springfield mass., Over the week end. Mrs. M. X. Camp of Piermont n. H., was the guest of her Niece mrs. W. B. Proctor last week. The following letters Are advertised at the Barton Post of Bce mrs. Percy Robbins c. Goodsell. Miss Doris goad has been spending several Days with her Friend. Miss Dorothy Potter in Orleans. Mrs. Bessie Adams who has been George Koenig treasurer of Wes sell Nickle amp Gross of new York manufacturers of piano actions arrived in Barton tuesday with plans for a three Story Brick factory to be erected in the site of buildings now located on their property on water Street. The old factory will be raised Cement foundations built and a Modem factory and dry Kiln for use in manufacturing Wood products connected with their new York business erected this fall. Most of the material has been purchased and delivery will be begun soon. Many new machines have been ordered shipped to Barton for the new factory. The concern has Large holdings of Timber in this Vicinity some Timber has been sawed in their Barton and we est Glover Mills and their plans Point to Large operations in the near future. My relational county picnic an id to be held saturday at Willoughby Lake the event has been the a a a a bounced to be held Satur postponed one month or to saturday september 4, at Willoughby Lake. Air congregationalists in the county f wild keep this Date in mind and Phiv to be at Willoughby Lake on that late. We wish in this Way to extend our thanks for the Many kindnesses shown us in the Beautiful Flowers sent to mrs. Mcfarlane during her recent illness. Or. And mrs. Charles Mcfarlane. The Church will open sunday with All activities at full swing after a congregate Ithial Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. 1 open full is four weeks vacation. 10.30 preaching service. 12.00 sunday school. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 evening preaching service. There will be no prayer meeting this week. There will be no preaching service in the m. E. Church for the next three sundays and the attendants of thut Church Are cordially invited to attend our services. Big Emery rally Willoughby Valley Pomona Grange will hold a picnic at the South end of Lake Willoughby August 18 the to which All grangers and the Public Are invited. National master s. J. Lowell and state master o. L. Martin will be present. Or. And mrs. R. P. Webster mis Doris and master Ray p., jr., and or. And mrs. E. W. Barron motored to Bath me., the first of the week bringing Back miss Winifred Webster from a two weeks stay at a girls Camp on the Penobscot River above Bath. An attempt was made a few nights ago to the a car from the stalls at the rear of the o. Mossman House staying with or. And mrs. W. S. May i the Barton Auto exchange.,. It 1 for some time has returned Home. Mog Man heard the parties try q i h. J. Mccaffrey mrs. J. J. Neagle ing to Crank a car about 3 a. The to Mitita and in Tiv suggested and bar a or rent my build-1 Gbur Vilge known As and daughter Kkt Hrysi Quot a spent tip a i the morning and gently week end with or. And mrs. Peter that they leave i medial equip with electric the May Ioset and Spring water gone to 1 borage room. C. Kimb few weeks. Cota. Mrs. Addie Cook who has been at j Home for some time has me to her Home in Irasburg for a 20tf i the. Complete the Chuck Cen in. J. Cooper. I no tag tools Etc. P. W. Law mrs. C. R. King and misses Erma. Newport of and Ellen of Passumpsic were guests at the Home of George e. Keg Over �oesale�?50 cords about three week . End Cuy Shaldon of Mont or. And mrs. C. P. Cooper of wild week end visitors at the Shotgun was ready for action left. Card we wish to Vej Ress our b. A s. Concert company pleases lovers of really Good music enjoy i de a treat Friday evening when the listened to the concert by the Bosto lyceum school concert company i the congregational Church auditor us. Much interest was added to the affair for local people by the fact the the pianist. Miss Florence blood i one of our own girls. The other members of the company. Miss Gove violinist and miss Rogers flautist were also talented musicians and their solos and ensemble work was of a Fine order and gave much pleasure. The program was varied by several numbers by miss Welsh Reader whose work was interesting and original. Miss Welsh and miss blood gave a Little sketch entitled a Friendship a that was particularly rated by their hearers. The a was attractive in every Way suggested and Barton people will watch with Italy As a personal interest the work of this five counties represented at significant gathering in Newport. The Orleans county Emery club held a rousing meeting in school Hall Newport tuesday of last week. This meeting was called by m. M. Taplin chairman and d. N. Dwinell Secretary of the club and tuesdays session was presided Over by these enthusiastic Emery workers. Chairman Taplin in calling the meeting to order gave a cordial Welcome to All and outlined the purpose of the meeting which was to get the views of those present on the Best Way to carry out the Campaign and Settle upon a definite plan. Sheriff Tracy of Montpelier was first sign Eaker. gave a review of the Campaign up to Date with what the other candidates were doing and what he thought would be Best for the club to do. Or. Tracy paid tribute to col. Emery and said Orange county greatly loved and respected him. said our candidate did not have Money and if he was nominated for governor a you and i will have to put him sheriff Tracy believed the Best Way to conduct the Campaign was to select four men in each county to get in personal touch with the i it eople. Hon Hale k. Darling of Chelsea was the next speaker. said he came from Chelsea the former Home of their candidate and had probably known him the longest of any person the Hall. Or. Darling a the they a Many. The entertainment was Given under the auspices of the music committee v w a j a of the Church and their share of the Heartfelt thanks to the Rind friends proceeds go toward the Purchase and neighbors who so willingly aided Price of an electric motor for the pipe us and spoke words of Comfort in our Organ great bereavement. We Woula is lightning does to damage the severe storm that passed Over this Section thursday and Friday july 26 and 27, did much damage. Roads were Barly washed and the intense lightning destroyed thousand of dollars Worth of property. About 8 of clock thursday evening lightning struck the Large Bam situated on the East Hill in Troy owned by Henry Bergevin setting fire to same which resulted in its destruction. The building was 50 by 40 feet and the loss is estimated to be $4,000, partially covered by insurance. The contents of the Bam also destroyed were two calves two hogs and several hens farming tools barrel of machine Oil milk Wagon and Able to save two horses and two other machinery. Or. Bergevin was calves and a few of the hens. Frank Leclair of Morgan lost a valuable horse Friday morning As the result of lightning striking an electric wire which was close to the stall in which the horse was hitched. We. Mcguire clerk of the local Camp of m. W. Of a. Has just paid to mrs. Myron Alexander $1000, insurance that her late husband carried in that order. The buildings of f. V. Swanson of Brownington were struck Ning in the Early morning and were totally destroyed. The House and bams together with Large Quanti ground together with a Large Quantity of Wood and about half of the Hay crop though most of the livestock and the household effects were Ved. Seems Good to me to see said a it meeting go Start off with so much enthusiasm. A it is ratifying to us but not surprising that you people of port and Orleans county feel so unconscious in Road this was a Good set of farm buildings and the loss will be leave the insurance carried being about $5,000. At All Sherbrooke 7, Barton 5. New Barton journeyed to Sherbrooke on port and Orleans county feel so proud thursday and dropped a game to the of or. Darling referred to fast Canadian team. Both teams were the platform of the various Candi a dates several of which reminded him of the new York Sun review of the platform of a presidential candidate said v a Coventry girl tells incoherent Stav surrounding mystery the unconscious form of miss Bessie Raymo the 1� year old daughter of or. And mrs. Bert Raymo Wpm live on the farm known As the Uii Nian. Dow farm in Coventry was found in ing partially in the Road and partial a in the Bushes in Coventry Village al 10 30 of clock monday night by were on their Way Home from new and mrs. Frasier of Orleans who port. Or. Fonsier nearly ran Over the prostrate form. She was taken to the Home of and mrs. Henry Cleveland and or. C. W. Templeton of Irasburg Inni Money. _ miss Raymo soon regained consciousness but told a somewhat i it coherent Story. She is said to Ham stated that she was asked to ride by two men in a car at a Point on tale Newport Coventry Road near the watering trough in the Coventry Wood that she at first refused but consented to ride and does not remember further until she gained consciousness in the Home of or. Cleveland. She was taken to the Home her parents and appears to be on ten Road to Complete recovery. It is reported that it was Fiat thought she was drugged but she refused to make Clear the Cir Jun i stances surrounding the mystery. The Case is in the hands of Staa attorney Thompson. Which it Wuich ii Simiu was a abroad As the men a it. Acc into american continent As elastic As in hits and five runs crossed Dia rubber and As Sweet As j Thormahlen then tightened up Ani he said col. Emery a platform was Barton made Only one hit and no a clean and straight and if elected h in the last six innings. Thomas seemed to weaken after the third inning and i As reached for eleven hits and seven runs. Blanked the first two innings. In the third ted Lee Drew a base on balls. Carter fanned that it a Heath hit safely bar tows Fli out then , Snyder and Inland made would carry it out a fearlessly faithfully honestly and Hon. B. Amey of Island Pond 14 Aila North of n at of. 0. B Glover miss Cora Hill or. And mrs. Arthur Hill or. And mrs. Edward Hill mrs. Emma Lapete. The annual picnic of the ladies society of the corp relational Church sinon s truck Job wednesday of last week. Albany or. Isman is boarding at mrs. S. A. Searles. Carroll Hitchcock has bought the Valley garage. Glen Miles has bought out George recent guests of a was held on wednesday of last week or. And mrs. C. Mcguire Are a by a ind pay set. Or. Old or. And or. C. A. At Stona pop for a few a their grandparents. A Frank Sheldon. Their cottage at Stone Pond. The weeks and i idea and Over 100 people m Sale-2 rebuilt Ford Road or. And mrs. . Kimball Anda ii a a Silves the Oporto no or mrs Bert cd of greens-1919 touring with starter 2daughter and or. Kimball s a oth there were also seven guests recent guests at mrs. A. Touring. These cars of Newton mass., Are spending a a a resent from California. Many thanks j Miles. �-1� in Good condition As heydays at hotel Barton. J and mrs. Barrows fori or. And mrs. Glen Miles have re. Of Tjiema Overly used and paint-1 Elliott spent two Days their kindness in making the Day a turned from a visit of several Days a Newport. 16tf j Groveton n. H., last week and Success. A in Morrisville. Or rent farm a bile there the wedding of Janette Hill Knox i at the Wayne Stewart has gone to wind and Apple or Ber brother. Ora Elliott. Home of her Niece mrs. Verne a Sor where Hig father has a boarding gave an enthusing talk. Or. Amey said he came Here to attend this meeting for a i am so intensely interested n your candidate for a other candidates a said or. Amey a Are trying to Force themselves into office by tie expenditure of Money and i am glad to work for the nomination of col Emery for Sherbrooke Savage s Bridges r Giblon of Thormahlen Pender la Newton c Vaughan 3b Baker 2b a we must get out with Emery but Doherty if tons Emery pamphlets and talk with sch 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 h to 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 2 2 13 0 8 2 1 0 2 2 0 35 a 4 4 4 7 12 27 h to 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 Thomas n totals car sugar and Apple or Nimg water. Good House miss Nellie it it of _ bests. In Jet Only two Miles from bar mass., has arrived for her annual a a come for a vacation Stewart and Darrell sinon property. Also 180 a amp stare. J. M. To ill health i has Flint and miss Harriet Austin. Some Farmers report haying re a a a. I offer for Sale my i crops Are _ a tiie customers also except com and some serving same a would bring that along by Berd of 20 cows a been placed on list. Jul Brigham Newport it. Quot Fhyr Tate said greens Iro. Of Iii a Quot to a l. Knox was a daughter of the late Rev. I miss Goldie Johnson of Craftsbury de haying but the i and mrs. Lewis Hill of the m. E. It has returned Home after spending hinder of haying conference and the widow of the 1 several Days with Lola Sargent. Looking Rev. M v. B. Knox d. D., l l. Sanders Harold Brown and mine of weather Ujj j of Boston Are visiting their grand rapid in. 5? is widely kno in cot Ria a and one half town As the Whitney rear of Newport a itt building 30x 3� a vgo no re to Bumphrey new bunt amp co., inc. Bar i live poultry. Elrick. 1 18tf once laundry o a use. A by machinery. Spinners Cash. C. Gay bar an enlarged Monitor s. Kluj express Ste i Iii express by Orleans. 17tf Calfskin w All kinds of junk St., Barton. Both a of five cents july 7 Issue this this Issue of the Monitor reaches its readers in an enlarged size each Page being two inches longer than heretofore and making in All 112 column inches More space than before or More than five and one half extra columns of the former length. It is hoped this move will relieve to some degree the crowded condition of our columns although much material is omitted from be first Issue in the enlarged form. Seven years ago the Page was enlarged by making it seven columns wide instead of six thus adding eight columns of space to each Issue and now we Are adding More than five columns More with eat a Issue a total increase of approximately 27 %. The people a a or. Amey said a col 1 totals Emery a fight is my own and we a have got to see or. I Heath is Amey closed by making a Strong a i 9k peal to the workers to get everybody j a out to the primaries. I a a in j. S. Sweeney of Island Pond was 1 called upon and gave a helpful talk. I you he said he was glad of the privilege t. Get of being present at the meeting and if helping in the work for col. Emery. Ebster a we love him As a Man and we can get him nominated and a we or Tais have got to go into the Field and see i of orifice hit. Baker two base hits. The people. Every town should be can j Tjo Hertz Leland Thomas double a see the boys get them a i Lovs. B. Lee and Leland Baker and or. Sweeney a belief was Chi it a dlr out. Thormahlen a in a personal touch with the voters. C. R. Powell of Island Pond states attorney for Essex county responded. To the Call of the chairman and ef-1 a Ings festively gave his views on the Cam Gher Brooke Pai. Or. Powell was not enthusiastic Over Campaign buttons but was Strong on the personal touch with voters. said a we would like to successful Canning without Snail fruits May be very canned without sugar. Succes Canning depends upon thorough a Iliza Tion by boiling to kill ail Geik life in the food and perfect Seah a of the food to prevent further Entrance of germ life. Sugar does oat act As a preservative in the among to used in Ordinary Canning. With the present High Cost of sugar the Honse wife will do Well to omit it al Ogeth or use it in Small amounts in the son Ning of fruits. Many people think that fruits Cju a Ned without sugar Are Superior pies and by the addition of a amount of sugar at time of. _ a they Are equally Good for desert. The sugar can be added without crushing the fruit by straining off part of Faa juice and dissolving the sugar in that then adding it to the fruit. The Home economics specialists off the agricultural Extension servies give the following directions for Canning fruit without sugar scald the cans or fill them with cold water and bring them to a boil pack the clean fruit into the jars fill the jars to one half Inch of tie top with boiling water. Place previously tested rubber on the jars and adjust the tops but do not press Down the Damps. Place the jars in a Container which is fitted 9 i with a rack to prevent the jars from resting on the Bottom. Fill the con 32 5 6 24 15 3 los no to is f reel in the w. C. T. U fori South Albany some years she a president of that g Ujj society in new Bam hire. For som business visitors in Barton saturday. Mass she was accompanied to Brad i mrs. N. J. Cruder has been sewing Fod by her Niece. Mrs. Nettie Miller it at the Home of mrs. Agnes Graham and grand Niece Olive Miller who re mrs. Edna Jackson of Underhill miscellaneous and a sided with Here at Stoneham. Evans Vili b or. And mrs. Dana Clark of Albany were callers in town sunday. George Reno of Pike n. H., visited at f. L. Lapierre a recently. Thomas Smith and Claude Hojo a ton were in Derby Center Sator Fay to attend the Woodmen Field Day. W. A. Nicholson and miss Nett Enicholson of Lyndonville visited their sister mrs. S. J. Kittle sunday. Ora Elliott and Bride of Chicopee Falls mass., were mid week pests of or. Elliott a Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. J. W. Moore. Quot word has been received of the death of mrs. Janette Knox of Stoneham mass on july 28th. Interment was at Danville beside her husband. Barton 123456789 00031021�?7 00500000 0�?5 Barton 6, Island Pond 4. Barton Tainer with sufficient boiling water to come to a Point one Inch Over the tops of the jars. Keep the water constantly at the boiling Point for 30 minutes then remove the jars from the water at once Complete the sealing and Cool Iff the storage is exposed to Light wrap the jars in papers. Troy. 4 Puffer Farman july 26tl on monday a the Home of or. And evening Ith at a far Man occurred the wedding of their have col Emery come Over into Essex i and Poi to a oif the he did not agree the col from i an he Emery on All Points but there Wasja innings by scor a one thing i like about him he a is. After this Emerson stands somewhere for he fou Drew Only Giokes highly of the Little a let or. Etched Fin Emery was Sendig out. A a he hews the Thi straight to the Ime a said or Powell and i am proud to use my efforts to youngest daughter Mary to Samuel Puffer of Lynn. Mass. To the strains of Lohengrin a bridal chorus Plad by the brides sister mrs. Helen Burn the Bride and Groom entered the living room and proceeded to a Bower of Evergreen Trimai i with Pink and White spirea and White Pond lilies where they were met by. In Law. Rev. R. A Cash paid for furs hide. Tracy of i con in a i. In a of this town until about 35 years ago when he went West. Clarence Willey is Home for the notice car of new Tracy shingles just arrowed All this town until Price right. E. R. Cook Barton. 25tf Wentres Farmers notice Yoo us find Maple gust 9th to buy Quot Stock and <3all me monday morning Dodge Orleans. Sugar for prices. In 1y., where he has been a the Syracuse University. Or. Willey is taking a four years course in Kipp Orleans. To or Han a priv Quot a a ring boxes a 5-18. Work from for dinner. The Abies a pee a ight of the a the tried can a Quot wanted. L i. and univ. Insurance and real estate Best Stock and Einikes. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil be real estate. Any one having of a Lale real estate they wish to sell a a on f. W. Baldwin. Barton. 89tf _ cing mechanical engineering. Has been the guest of or. And mrs. J. G. Martin the past week. Or. And mrs. Elroy Hinman of Cleveland Ohio Are visiting their Mother mrs. James Anderson. Miss a. Isabelle Macarthy of Boston came monday to spend the month of August at mrs. A. Grahams. Or. And mrs. Ethan Cutler of Albany spent the week end with their grandmother mrs. Sarah Anderson. Mrs. Jennie Douglass who spent several months with relatives in Chicago returned last week to her Home. A son was bom to or. And mrs. Basil Boardman july 22. Miss Sybil Cochran of Albany is the nurse in charge. Mrs Sarah h. Anderson and mrs. Bert <5olbum spent wednesday in Albany the guests of or and mrs. Ethan Cutler. Mrs. Fred Chase of Detroit mich., came saturday to spend two weeks at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. A. C. Williams. Mrs. Kate Miller who has been very ill for the pwt four months passed away at the bight look Hospital St. Johnsbury Early on saturday morning and the remains were brought to her Home on saturday afternoon. Funeral services were con Barton tied the Toire made i the brides brother in Law. Rev. R. Took the Lead a both for Good Meas bum who used the single Reg s assist in the nomination of col. Pm a too Nev itched the last four join stand held Barton to on run and tto it hits. Historical society meets. The annual meeting and picnic of the Orleans county historical lety. Inc., will be held at its a now Stone it 1 por Lori whee it but. A usual if Stormy Day come the next a a Quot Ixo Roisom will to immediately Rifter Hanson Barton. Man. A any and talk it Over. Co. Orleans. 31tf lost a 5pld-bowed glasses a a Binder please at the Pia less. To rent to rent five room tenement on South Church Street Bart mrs. L. E. Holbrook.__29tt to rent cottage House six rooms All Modem to Quot a a Quot a a Quot a a a a location. Inquire of Judah Brooks 2p to rent store and three Robins in Davis Block. Barton St he. Suitable for Mitlin. Or. Smith of Montpelier spoke and said a i am going to a nines stick to col. Emery. Hustle and work. Garton i am Wiffing to a Island Pond batteries get Busy. _ a or. Farnham of Montpelier when called upon said he was not a speech maker he came Over to bring the a greater lights of Montpelier to make a a they raise a lot of Good men a the speaker said a where they had raised As Good men As col. a i am with him and will stay with him.�?�. Or. Lance of Northfield gave a Strong plea for getting in personal touch with the voters and Tell them about col Emery. Or. Lance closed his talk with the timely query a what will you do to help sex gov. Grout gave a stirring Taik on the Campaign the candidate gov. And platforms. Grout id. 123456789 11210100 22000000 0�?4 Emerson and Snyder Buck Rooney and King. Improvement sub notes new members Boto non resident Are coming a a eve Day and More members Are visit my the rooms through the summer than Ever delivery of Bat big edition of Barton envelopes the Tion of one More Effort for Barton. They Are carrying a bit of will speak for toe town in a Slany places. The items mentioned on the no Lopes Are facts. Think them Over and stand up for your town. A few of these envelopes have in vice. The Bride wore a suit of Browa Trivolette with Georgette Blouse Ami hat to match. The rooms were very prettily rated with clematis Pink and Vreto spirea and Cut Flowers from Neil Bors and friends plants. Following toe ceremony the in couple were literally deluged Wito confetti and Rice and a Jolly inform reception was participated m by a. Refreshments of ice Cream waft and wedding cake were served mrs. Helen Burn and mrs. Zadie Watte Sisters of the Bride serving the in boo. Strong Appeal to get the voters out to j in the primaries. A col. Emery was called for and As a of sending out workers. On a he entered the Hall was greeted with for workers toe meeting Rose continuous applause. Col. Enry j body and on a Call for a Overa said a i cannot express How much appreciate your assembling Here to ducted on tuesday at 2 o clock. Fur of j know what it Means to ther notice will be Given next week j gome of a if i am Defeated a yearly state expenses $1.000,000col Emery said a i shall be Content if i have driven one single Nail into do in lilies. This meet by it Lub bring to col Emery a Campaign no amp besides settling us a a Over. A dozen responded. Ing of toe Orleans a qty pm a ii in Gnu. Emery s Ca nearly a j driven one single Nail to get went any a a ring a toe casket of Money in cold to give his Best Merv the auditors estimate of the Salar Emery said he stood and should work ies of the state officers for the fiscal for a a modest limit to the amount any year ending june 30, 1921, As approx Man might legitimately Spei in a a a be Doard of control and fixed political in tour hmm on about toe nomination of col Emery. Vermont notes de by the Dobro of com Roi a a Poi Yucai Campaign. In in. N Xor by Law places the total at $902,000. National issues. Col. Emery said a the Raymond tremor absolute figures cannot be made be Lgth amendment is the most import Junction hat drawn trom cause of the several persons employ Tant thing that has happened a no canvass for cause of Roesti Jse abolishment of slavery. Until a from the second District. And the Bride cutting and serving immense and delicious cake made by it is expected Hon. Por a a per diem basis. The Esti a the abolishment. A a -0 i i m to fir. 11 executive. Dale and be an dress i departmental salaries. Orleans county court while held at payroll and salaries at hos Brownington and 1 for the an a dues of members fifty cents Are Pable at the Nual meeting according Pital for pay Roll and a trial school Riding to the by a1 pay Roll and sides at state a Lubic in h. G. Perley of j school for feeble minded. Barton. Committee of arrangements administration of Justice old Ston hour Aro f. E. Sal Trigs of judg. $600.000 for a i am fighting for some thing a said col. Emery a and so i am 85.000to Ond i am going to stay. I am go i ing to do the most i can to clean up 25.000 Ogo of Money in Lonny among the other speakers were 12.000 j ger with Bal lord of Montpelier Jar. Silver. J Congress coming out a. A a a a Quot other re withdrawal leaves throw other be publicans in the contest. The Rev. Or. Davison of gon will become a wet candidate the brides Mother. The Bride is a graduate of Derby Academy also the school of Domestic science in Boston. She taught few several years in the schools of Troy North Troy and Derby line and i that capacity As Well As the social life has made a Host of friends a the past year she has been dietitian in the w. B. Plunkett memorial Hospital in Adams mass. Or. Puffer is a graduate of Johnsbury Academy and Lowel la statute and is a mechanical end insect employed by the general Electie co. Of Lynn. Mass. Immediately following toe ref ments the wedding to Newport in a car literally co a area with White streamers and in Row bouncing to each passer by the fact of their very recent manage. They were also a Companie by several carloads of fiends who he More confetti and Nee and us a it freely. After a trip to Portland. They will be at Home at 10 mar feel place. Lynn mass. Many Beautiful and useful were received besides a substantial sum of Money. The wedding was attended of near relatives and a very few intimate friends. Queer find at Pompeii. A soap Bouers shop was among things discovered in the excavation a Pompeii several years ago. The cily was burled beneath volcanic ashes a. 79. It is said that the soap found n o d lost All Effi act i Aito Auga u. Us Diqiu uder the Arabea i

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