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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans Oun yet for vol 50--no. 31 Barton Vermont wednesday August 4, 1920 single copies 5 cents. I lightning does much damage comes to Barton tues to build immediately county congregational picnic Post big Emery rally unconscious in Road advertising Pond. Owing to he inability to secure. Tuuri Coventry girl tells incoherent Ulpiano action manufacturers to erect Rick factory at once. The prominent speakers desired fort5r for first insertion cent ,or0drder. A " Al he congregational county picnic an Day. The famous Sherbrooke baseball team which has taken its games from practically every team in this Section comes to Barton tuesday lost to Sherbrooke there last week but promises to make the game Here worthy of the Canadian boys Speed. Burro Unsung a mystery the unconscious form of miss been ounces to be held saturday at Wiloughby Lake the event has be Eft Sie Kanio the 18 year old daughter postponed one month or to Satur Day september 4, at Willoughby of or. And mrs. Bert Rayrao. For Sale Ake. All congregationalists in the coun live on the farm known As the grim a. Dow farm in Coventry was found lying partially in the Road and partial in Vive weeks old pigs,9tf to wild keep this Date in mind Sale George 1. In the Bushes in Coventry Villa Sre Plav to be at Willoughby Lake on that Calkins remains in senatorial race or. Editor the statement is being circulated that i have withdrawn from the county senator ship contest. This is not for 10 30 o clock monday night by Mit Mare Morgan Saddle horse. A. G five counties represented at significant gathering in Newport. The Orleans county Emery club held a rousing meeting in school Hall Newport tuesday of last meeting was called by m. , chairman and d. N. Dwinell. Secretary of the club and tuesday s session was presided Over by these enthusiastic Emery Taplin in calling the1 meeting to order gave a cordial Wel come 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 Tracy of Montpelier was first speaker. gave a review of the Campaign up to Date with what the other candidates were doing and what he thought would be Best forthe club to do. Or. Tracy paid George Koenig treasurer of Wes sell Nickle & Gross of new York manufacturers of piano actions arrived in Barton tuesday with plan for a three Stor Brick factory to be erected on the site of buildings no located on their property on water Street. The old factory will be raised Cement foundations built and a modern 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 willbe begun soon. Many new machine shave been ordered shipped to bar ton for the new factory. Jerver or the severe storm that passed Over this Section thursday and Friday july 26 and 27, did much damage. The roads were Barly washed and the in tense lightning destroyed thousand of dollars Worth of 8 o clock thursday evening lightning struck the Large barn 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 barn also destroyed were two calves two hogs and several hens fanning tools bar Rel 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 elec tric 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 Tours. Moron Alexander $1000, insure 31-s 2pcraftbury were on their Way Home from new and mrs. Frasier of Orleans Sheport. Or. Frs finer nearly ran Over the prostrate form. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. The Church will Onen sunday with True. I am m the contest to stay and you will find my name on the county ticket when you go to the primary on rile one four year Oia she was taken to the Home of Mcbaine. S5.31 and mrs. Henry Cleveland and activities at full swing after four weeks 14. M. E. Calkins. C. V. Lempleton of or assure summoned. .30 tons of Thone 44- 5, 30-3 1 ? qui about cd. Inquire miss Raymo soon regained cos Barton local notes Vera Webster of Plymouth n. H., j the concern has Large holdings of Timber in this Vicinity some Timber scion Ness but told a somewhat la Cohe rant Story. She is said to Hase stated that she was asked to ride by two men in a car at a Point on the spent the week at Home 10.30 preaching service. 12.00 sunday school. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 evening preaching service. There will be no prayer meeting six weeks old. Penna 169-1 3. Has been sawed m their Barton and. A. Barrows has been entertains 30-3 1 Vav est Glover Mills and their plans Newport Coventry Road near the watering trough in the Coventry woo Point to Large operations in the near this week. Future. That. She at Host refused but anal to vice Damon jr., mor i i Standard r.20tf for Sale new lot just Ance that her late husband carried inhere will be no Prea Chiner service consented to ride and does not remember further until she gained con ing his brother from Johnson. Miss Shaw and miss Gray of Mont real Are stopping at hotel Barton. Mrs. W. A. Warner of Peacham has been spending a few Days at the mayhome. Miss Mildred Ford is waiting table in the m. E. Church for the next three tribute to col. Emery and said Orange county greatly loved and respected him. said our candidate did not have Money and if he was nominate for governor you and i will have to put him sheriff Tracy believe the Best Way to conduct the Campaign was to select four men in each count to get in personal touch with the we wish in this Way to extend our that buildings of f. V. Swanson of sundays and the attendants of that thanks for the. Many kindnesses scion Ness in the Home of or. Cleve land. She was taken to the Home c9t. see Maui. If Church Are cordially invited to attend shown us in the Beautiful it. Tel. 213- 3 Brownington were struck by Light ning in the Early morning of Friday and were totally destroyed. The House our services. Her parents and appears to be on the sent to mrs. Mcfarlane during her recent illness.0 Swine stanchions and barns together with Large quantic l. S. Concert company please sir. And mrs. Charles mcfarlane.3sale7- i nyc condition. P. Darling Hon. Hale k. Darling of chelsea25tf Road to Complete is reported that it was fir thought she was drugged but she re fused to make Clear the c stances surrounding the Case is in the hands of Tail s lovers of really Good music Enjo Willoughby Valley Pomona Grange was the next speaker. said he came from Chelsea the former homered a treat Friday evening when the listened to the concert by the Bosto 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 saved. This was a Good set of farm build Ings and the loss will be heavy the will hold a picnic at the South end of Lake Willoughby August 18th, to which All a ranters and the Public Are of their candidate and had probably Sale furnished cottage it at Crystal Lake. Woodward 19 Pearl st., st. I attorney him the longest of any person invited. National master s. J. Low be in the Hall. Or. Darling said i seems Good to me to see the meeting Ell and state master o. L. Martin at the new Willoughby House at Westmore. Leslie Elliott has been spending two weeks with his parents or. An mrs. M. J. Elliott. Or. And mrs. M. Brunning entertained or. Cullen of Springfield mass., Over the week in d. 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 offic e mrs. Percy Robbins c. Goodsell. Will be Twenty on e Holstein insurance Camea poems Sherbrooke 7, Barton 5.start off with so much is Gratifying to us but not at Aller. And mrs. R. P. Webster miss surprising that you people of Newvill cows to freshen a few a the others in the Spring. St three year old registered i Oil come Early and avoid Doris and master Ray p., jr., and or. And mrs. E. W. Barron motored Barton journeyed to Sherbrooke on thursday and dropped a game to the. In on team. Both teams we report and Orleans county feel so proud of or. Darling referred Toto Bath me the first of the week ii Sli Vaudau. A a fit a t hrs Monnes. In d. V Erner Larton it r. Diau Keu Cue " it. To Hrew a base Road. A Olp bringing Back miss Winifred Webster from a two weeks stay at a girls Camp on the Penobscot River above the platform of the various Candi dates several of which reminded him of the new York Sun review of the platform of a presidential candidate lyceum school concert company l the congregational Church auditor am. Much interest was added to the affair for local people by the fact that he pianist miss Florence blood 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 pleas ure. 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 Friendship that was particularly appreciated by their hearers. The program was attractive in every Way and Barton people will watch with personal. Interest. The work of this company. Balls Carter fanned Thomas and2 Sale my store building in Toath tilt Satey carrows ecu successful. Canning without dec All fruits May be very inc Cess if canned without sugar. Success a Canning depends upon thorough sterilization by boiling to kill All Ger life in the food and perfect sealing of the food to prevent further in trance of germ life. Sugar does not act As a preservative in the amounts used in Ordinary Canning. With the present High Cost of sugar the House wife will do Well to omit it altogether or use it in Small amounts in the waning of fruits. Many people think that fruits can Ned without sugar Are Superior foe pies and by the addition of a same amount of sugar at time of serving Rena so tel 4.x. T t d in Ena and Leland made miss Doris goad has been spend ing several Days with her Friend miss Dorothy Potter in Orleans. Which it said was Broad As thei to 1 an attempt was made a few Lor store or Darker . Chaffee Irasburg. 30-3 1p american continent As elastic As in--1 hits and five runs crossed the Pla Edi a rubber and As Sweet As Thormahlen then tightened up an ago to take a car from the stalls at j the rear of the o. Mossman Nous mrs. Bessie Adams who has been Savinc with or. And mrs. W. S. May he said col. Emery s platform was Barton made Only one -2 s4le 12 horse Power ols used by the Barton Auto Exchange clean and straight and if elected a he Marly new with trucks also 1 for some time has returned Home. Thomas seemed to weaken after the third inning and was reached tor would carry it out fearlessly Faith fully honestly and or. Mossman heard the parties try ing to Crank a car about in the morning and gently suggested Rey mocks for 1 Utu pm. Price right Edward s. Eleven hits and seven run Slicton. 23tl that Thev leave immediately Asab Sherbrooke h po0 0shotfrun was ready for action. They 05? Sale or rent my build the entertainment was Given under left. They Are equally Good for desert. The sugar can be added without Crushier the fruit by straining off part of Tea the auspices of the music committee3 in Glover Village known As the place equipped with electric we wish to express our 4 1 4 14 04 2 of the Church and their share of the juice and dissolving the sugar in ref Alt thanks to the kind friends Hon. B. Amey of Island Pond gave an enthusing talk. Or. Amey said he came Here to attend this meet ing for i am so intensely interest Din your candidate for other candidates said or. Amey Are trying to Force themselves into office by the expenditure of Money and i am glad to work for the nomination of col Emery for we must get out with Emery but is fish closet and Spring water then adding it to the go toward the Purchase Price of an electric motor for the Pip and Neihbors who so willingly aided 1 0 2 13 8 1 2 x 0 Savage s Bridges r Giblon of Thormahlen Pender la Newton c Vati Ghan 3b Baker 2b Doherty if storage room. C. Ii. The Home economics specialists of h. J. Mccaffrey mrs. J. J. Neagle and daughter Kathryn spent the week in d with or. And mrs. Peter Cota. Mrs. Addie Cook who has been at the May Home for some time has gone to her Home in Irasburg for afew weeks. Or. And mrs. C. P. Cooper of Wilder were week in d visitors at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. W. J. Cooper. Mrs. C. R. King and misses Erma and Ellen of Passumpsic were guests at the Home of George e. King Over the week in d. 0 0 the agricultural Extension service give the following directions for can ning fruit without sugar scald the cans or fill them with cold water and 1 2m Sale one Chevrolet run Organ. Albany or. Isman is boarding at . Searles. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 e 0 0 0 0 sic Al condition. Also one Blais i tiie Complete with Chuck Cen a 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 7 a 3 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 3 bring them to a boil pack the clean7 12 27 r h Potre tools Etc W. Law fruit into the jars fill the jars to one Carroll Hitchcock has bought the us and spoke words of Comfort in our great bereavement. We would especially thank those who sent Gladys Hill 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 congregational Church was held on wednesday of last week with or. And mrs. A a. Barro stat totals x Batton Heath is aks Pori. Of Valley garage. Tons Emery pamphlets and talk with the or. Amey said col Emery s fight is my own and behave got to see or. Amey closed Joy making a Strong a peal to the workers to get everybody 1 0 1 0 1 4 4 4 2 4 35 a 4 4 4 3 3. 4 3 2 2 3 be Sale 50 cords about three Glen Miles has bought out George half Inch of the top with boiling water. Place previously tested rubber on the jars and adjust the tops outdo not press Down the clamps. Place the jars in a Container which is fitted Smon s truck Job. U2fej for foot Wood at r. R,14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 1 "0 1 1 0 0 1 0 Guila and Guy Sheldon of Mont recent guests of 1mr. And mrs. C. Mcguire Are 10mt. O. B. Cars. Guy Cour with a rack to prevent the jars front Bat rows of b. Lee 2b Snyder c Leland la Dubois of t. Lee 3b Carter if Webster if Thomas n st Vii Over. 7ti camping at Stone Pond for a few weeks. Or and mrs. Bert Cook of greens their cottage at Stone Ona. Ine Day was Ideal and Over 100 people availed themselves of the opportune 1 0 0 1 ?2sale 2 rebuilt Ford Road 0. 0 1 1boro were recent guests at mrs. A. Their grandparents or. And Sheldon. Or. And mrs. F. M. Kimball and daughter and or. Kimball s Mother of Newton mass., Are spending a few Days at hotel Barton. Miss Ethel Elliott spent two Days in Groveton n. H., last wee and 11919 touring with starter 2 a built touring. These cars be in Good condition As they thanks jes present from California. Many resting on the Bottom. Fill the con 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 re. Move the jars from the water at once Complete the sealing and Cool if the storage is exposed to Light wrap the jars in papers. Or. And mrs. Glen Miles have re ? a overhauled and paint a n Yux w a. V Are due Ivor. Ana ours. Nua their kindness in making the Day a Success. Mrs. Janette Hill Knox died at the Home of her Niece mrs. Verne f. Out to the . S. Sweeney of Island Pond was called upon and gave a helpful talk. said he was glad of the privilege of being present at the meeting and helping in the work for col Emery. We love him As a Man and we can get him nominated and we have got to go into the Field and see the people. Every town should be can see the boys get them in or. Sweeney s belief was in a personal touch with the voters. C. R. Powell of Island Pond state s attorney for Essex county responded to the Call of the chairman and effectively gave his views on the Campaign. Or. Powell was not enthusiastic Over Campaign buttons but was Strong on the personal touch with Ujj 4vn woh inf at totals 32 5 6 24 15 3 sacrifice hit Baker two base hits Leland Thomas doubled Hertz Playto. Lee and Leland Baker an Thormahlen 8,Pender struck out Baker Snyder base hit on balls Thormahlen 2 passed Ball Newton. Dec Sqq a Sale or rent farm1b acres. Str or hta Sunlo rvs Onue Mere in Enugu her brother Ora Elliott. Miss Nellie Austin of Boston mass., has arrived for her annual to with her Sisters mrs. I. R. Turned from a visit of several Day sin Morrisville. Wayne Stewart has gone to wind Sor where his father has a boarding place for him. Wayne Stewart and Darrell sinon camped a few Days last week wit friends in Greensboro. Miss Goldie Johnson of Craftsbury water. Good House two Miles from on Westmore Road. Good Miles in Bradford were one do come for a vacation on july 28tn. The funeral was held at Danville sat urday with burial beside the remains of her late husband and parents. Mrs. Knox was a daughter of the late i still of the m. E. Bunt in i. I ton l. J r actin 00031021 j00500000 0 o inning Sherbrooke Barto Nisoff and son of reporting finish has returned Home after spending uni f7tt nun a 0w conference and the widow of the late several Days with Lola Sargent. Rev. M. V. B. Knox d. D., l. L. D., j ivdvt10 " Sanders and Harold 33 Troy. Puffer Farma n on monday evening july 26th, at the Home of or. And mrs. W. C. Far Man occurred the wedding of their youngest daughter Mary to Samuel Puffer of Lynn. the strains of Lohengrin s bridal chorus played by the Bride s sister mrs. Helen Burn the Bride and Groom entered the living room and proceeded to a Bower of Evergreen trimmed with Pink and White spirea and White Pond lilies where they were met by voters. said we would like Torihas hindered haying operations. Crops Are looking exceedingly Fine except Corn and some hot weather would bring that along rapidly. Kuwik i 1 r l a. of new i a to i have Vau i cir Turuc by Yuwae. I w of Boston Are visiting their grand he did not agree with Coli due j.". Jay to offer for Sale my to customers Alioti a for serving same ksl5bfently been placed on if i Hampshire. She is widely m Mother mrs. Amanda Sanders. Emery on All Points but there was j Barton 6, Island Pond 4. Barton won an interesting game from Island Pond saturday on the Fairground. Island Pond got the pitched Fine Ball and they Drew Only the last seven tied the score in the third jar he Lead in the fourth and made Unis state Nuu in try " a. Ham Newport it. The Bride s brother in Law Kev. K. A. Burn who used the single ring South Albany Rev. And mrs. S. Mcdill were business visitors in Barton saturday. Mrs. N. J. Crosier has been sewing at the Home of mrs. Agnes Graham. Mrs. Edna Jackson of Underhill 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 a worker in the w. C. T. For some years she was president of that society in new Hampshire. For some Vears she has resided in Stoneham mass. She was aces Mhamed to Brad Ford by. Her Niece. Mrs. Nettie Miller and grand Niece Olive Miller who re sided with her at Stoneham. Evans Viltz or. And mrs. Dana Clark of Albany were callers in town sunday. More in the sixth for Good one itched the last four Isings and held Barton to one run the Bride wore a suit of Browa one thing 1 Luce about Nim be stands somewhere for he spoke highly of the Little Booklet or. Emery was sending out. hews straight to the line said or. Powell and i am proud to use my efforts to assist in the nomination of col pm . Smith of Montpelier spoke earnestly and said i am going to stick to col Emery. Hustle and work. Get Busy. I am willing to . Farnham of Montpelier when called upon said he was not a speech Trivolette with Georgette Blouse and 5 att r two and one half Tib z As the Whitney a at rear f Newport ?0. It. Building 30x-?,-t be Opportunity Fork h$8 plan building no Irfan paying Good in so Flat Humphrey Hunt & co inc bar. Hat to match. The rooms were very prettily dec7 8 9 0 0 6 0 0 0 4 Snyder rated with clematis Pink and White and no hits. Innings 11 1 i2 1 x Island Pond 2 2 0 0 0 0 batteries Emerson and Buck Rooney and King. Mother Jurs. James Anderson. An enlarged Monitor this Issue of the Monitor reaches its readers in an enlarged size each Page being two inches longer than hereto fore and making in All 112 column inches More space than be fore or More than five and one half extra columns of the for Mer length. It is hoped this move will relieve to some de Gree the crowded condition i our columns although much material is omitted from the 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 space with each is sue a total increase of approximately 27 9o. George Reno of Pike n. H., visit miss a. Isabelle Macarthy of bos25tf ton came monday to spend the month of August at mrs. A. Graham or. And mrs. Ethan Cutler of Al Tivit to live non try. . Bany spent the week in d with their grandmother Jurs. Oaran ancerson.18tf at mrs. Jennie Douglass who spent once laundry to wort ii Jde at f. L. Lapierre s recently. Thomas Smith and Claude hous ton were in Derby Center saturday to attend the Woodmen Field Day. W a. Nicholson and miss Nettie Nicholson of Lyndonville visited their sister mrs. S. J. Kittle sunday. Ora Elliott and Bride of Chicopee Falls mass., were mid wee k pests of or. Elliott s Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. J. W. Moore. Word Lias been received of the death of mrs. Janette Knox of Stone several months with relatives in Chi Cago returned last week to her Home. Improvement club notes new members both resident and non resident Are coming in. Every Day and More members Are visiting the rooms through the summer than Ever Bette delivery of that big edition of Barton envelopes Marks the comple Tion of one More Effort for Barton. They Are carrying a bit of news that will speak for the town in Many places. The items mentioned on the envelopes Are facts. Think them Over and stand up for your town. A r0-a r thase envelopes have been 20tf maker he came Over to bring the greater lights of Montpelier to make a they raise a lot of Good men the speaker said where the had raised As Good men As col pm i am with him and will stay with 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 what will you do to help sex go v. Grout gave a stirring talk on the Campaign the candidates and platforms. Gov. Grout said col. Emery will be elected because he stands for you can Trust the common com d it j a son was born to or. And , h. C. Gay bar Basil Boardman july 22. Miss Sybil Cochran of Albany is the nurse in hit farm exper Cash paid for furs hides ants in ass. Lip fresh j Uja Mthm i eggs and Poul 9tfbaasky, Barton. Ham mass on july com. Ukr we was at Danville beside her husband. Murillo Tracy of Wisconsin is in town visiting relatives and old play Fellows. Or. Tracy was a resident of this town until about 35 years ago when he went West. E. S n0rleans express stale . 17tf spirea and Cut Flowers from neigh Bors and friends plants. Following the ceremony the bridal couple were literally deluged Witk confetti and Rice and a Jolly informal reception was participated in by ajl refreshments of ice Cream wafer and wedding cake were served mrs Hel Elburn and mrs. Zadie Watt Sisters of the Bride serving the Cream and the Bride cutting and serving the immense and delicious cake made by the Bride s Mother. The Bride is a graduate of Derby Academy also the school of Domestic science in Boston. She taught for several years in the schools of Troy North Troy and Derby line and m that capacity As Well As the social life has made a Host of friends. For the past year she has been dietitian in the w. B. Plunkett memorial hos Pital in Adams . Puffer is a graduate of st. Johnsbury Academy and Lowell Institute and is a mechanical Engineer employed by the general Electie co. Of Lynn. Mass. Immediately following the refresh ments the wedding couple were Tsie to Newport in a car literally covered. With White streamers and Siens announcing to each passer a the fact of their very recent marriage. They were also a Companie. By several carloads of friends who had More confetti and Rice us d it freely. After a trip to Portland. Me they will be at Home at 10 Man Sel d place Lynn mass. Many Beautiful and useful info were received besides a substantial sum of Money. The wedding was attended Only by near relatives and a very few inti especially arranged for use by the general Public get them at Parley s and see what is meant by the heart of the Lake Send one to every out of to in knocking Kee p notice car of new Brunswick Cio la s just arrived a by Kmet Calfskin e. R. Cook Barton. 25tfprice right. Farmers notice to will find i Larence Willey is Home for Thuoi Jiuu. J30lh v ctn if vat Fly Montaj Vic tinn from Avra Cuse Viv 43tfed- it me by h1c a Fiu Lucuil. X j must 9th to buy Stock and Maple Nadav morning y., where he has been a Yum a or Tevise University. Era to 1 .3.11 Ichii be cenis"vvuuitorc0pies of the jul3" 7 in poor in mrs. Sarah h. Anderson and mrs. Bert Colburn spent wednesday in Al Bany the guests of or. And 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 past four months passed away at the Bright look Hospi tal st. Johnsbury Early on Satur Day morning and the remains were brought to her Home on saturday afternoon. Funeral services were con ducted on tuesday at 2 o clock. Fur ther notice will be Given next week. Yearly state expenses nearly$1,000,000 the auditor s estimate of the Salar ies of the state officers for the fiscal year ending june 30, 1921, As approved by the Board of control and fixed by Law places the total at $902,000.absolute figures cannot be made be Nothe several persons employ for prices usage is taking a four years course mechanical 3o-3 in Tate Best Stock and Mutual com pare the platforms. Babbitts is Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum. Agan s is full of audacity and Defiance Hart nes s is All he closed with a Strong Appeal to get the voters out to the primaries. Col Emery was called for and As he entered the Hall was greeted with continuous applause. Col. Emery said i cannot express How much i appreciate your assembling Here to Day for i know what it Means to some of if i am Defeated col Emery said i shall be Contenti i have driven one single Nail into the casket of Money in col. Emery said he stood and should work for a modest limit to the amount any Man might legitimately spend in a political in touching on National issues col Emery said the 18th amendment is the most important thing that has happened since the abolishment of slavery. Until the volstead act is tried out and it is a to 0 or More years. Pames. Surety onus silage real estate. Any one having Vil historical society meets. The annual meeting and picnic of the Orleans county historical Socie to held at its old Stone Vio Uii .tt.iua.ny. 30-3 4p Lage real estate Ney Winou i f. W. Baldwin Barton. S9tf t at there 0rs b pc. Houfe. No House in Brownington on tuesday August 10th. Picnic at noon coffe Ewill be made in old caldron Kettle Ever to. Ettla Hac of Coffee As Wessell Nichol & Gross Mill Barton of sending out workers. On a Call for workers the meeting Rose m a body and on a Call for automobiles responded. This meet ing Over a dozen of the Orleans county Emery Clu b Vermont notes Raymond Trainor of White River Junction has withdrawn from the canvass for represent True in conjure is from the second was the first to announce his candidacy for the Nomi mtg comin g out As a wet withdrawal leaves three other re publicans in the contest they being John w. Gordon of Barre Ernest n. Gibson of Brattleboro and the pres ent congressman. Porter in Dale Oife Parr lip at $1 per Cora Iuie it Uxa. Hanson Barton 6ti 1 Jiray. V Loolu not pro rent5 parts. An fracturing boxes 8 Glen Eer. Work from mate exercises win Hon. Por Ejon a per diem basis. The Esti the picnic it is expected i of Tenn. For dinner mate of the auditor is As to rows to Kent five Roo m we Maui. Ter Dale Ana of. " a tit. The m i 4- n Barton will be present. 1mp"29tfon a South Quoit a on mrs. L. E. Holbrook. N r ii voc q Iii if Iii. Jl.a.a0 we a we t Arcq Call " i Orleans county court while held ?.u wild talk it Over. Seen to be wrong 1 am going to Saana for i am fighting for some thing said col Emery and so i Amin and i am going to stay. I am go ing to do the most i can to clean up the use of Money in among the other speakers were or co. Or. S1tf executive. Departmental salaries $500,000 payroll and salaries at hos Pital for 85,000payroll and Sale res at Indus trial school 25.000 payroll and at state school for Feedle minded. 12,000 administration of Justice salaries of judges reporter queer find at Pompeii. A soap boiler s shop was among the things discovered in the excavation so Pompeii several years ago. The City was burled beneath volcanic ashes a. 79. It is said that the soap found in thy s Al. V Tut lost All Efficacy Altug a i mud Lulu under the ashes run of 1 roars. Soap Toi to rent cottage House six rooms All modern conveniences Good location. Inquire of Judah Brooks Barton. 4pto rent store and three rooms in Davis Block. Barton. Steam heated. Store suitable for. Millinery grocery Brownington and rain our. The annual dues of members fifty cents Are payable at the annual meet ing according to the by Law in charge of h. G. Perley of Barton. Committee of arrangements at the old Stone Houre Are f. E. 7 " of. A. Grow a Pond. It is under Seq a Ballard of Montpelier Perlea de glasses or. Silver i.r.,1 Rev. Or. Davison of son become a wet candidate i mrs. Juir Pek wider please j Derby.,. La modified o v3 Vav for the peerless.2 it 9m& c a. " or v w r r .

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