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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Barton, Vermont1 to Moron Hejek by Hartwel Goci Koralton Tenn ont. A Iree rears ago i began to a Ibi Restiva. Food soured the Monitor August 4, 1920 Page three Sutton list a a Taft is on the sick p Farmers joined the n. A m p. A. The past week. A North Haver let week Day of Lebanon n. m. A and mrs. A. Mcl a of the Millung company of St. Johnsbury has applied to the Reta of state for permission to change its name to the Caledonia Mills of to Village and to increase $200?. $100.000 to charts e Simanton. A Well known resident of St. Johnsbury was fined $25 and costs of $12.95. Admitting that he was guilty of owning and a negating two Slot gambling marines. The machines were being of it t. Ijean and family of we car rated at Mcl does and Lyndonville. Mrs wed Quot a from the fas Here famil3 of Caledonia county is 25,755, As announced by the census Bureau. This is a loss of 276, or 1.1 per cent. The population of Caledonia county in 1910 was 26,031. The gain in St. Johnsbury recently announced failed to make up for the losses sustained in the smaller towns of the h. Brooks of St. Johnsbury in his Cole-8, with a party consisting of his four daughters and two of their girl friends made the ascent of a it. Mansfield recently going to the top and being the second car to a Cansian me to belch a complis the feat. Tie party is tour Jug Vermont in camping style. I Ltd Terible heart Burn with Jar Chest and arms. My Quot effected Iha Short a a Jedi the action of my Insl regular the secretions coi scaling. Ginock dont and Good for when i read about a fruit i Wisent for a Box. I used a veil they will turn b in the other remedies i Aei but to my Surprise and 3, improvement and a be use of a fruit a Tives it. Tablets with the a a -.-fr. K xes made me Jii Darrat person. Chas. F. Hartwell. For $2.30, trial size 25c. Fruit a Tives k. I Yoa eat always take platonic nay Jeves hat by bloat ii fee Ian. Stops food Sourng e. Lad id stomach miseries. I emm a tin Bash cd Aisig. Toss vhf Sand pm. I . Tom of to ago aubr Kite. Barton. Vei Jue ezed a death the body begins to stiffen becomes painful it�?o7 by indication that the Are out of order. Keep healthy by taking cd Edmedio. I remedy for kidney. A Cid Troa Bleo. I Rood a St 1�?o a orly and i a axes aug Lara noted is Capra rented. Pitching their tent wherever night overtakes them. Rev. Harold Guy Scott who this week completes his pastorate of the Church of the Messiah in St. Johnsbury has accepted a Call to the first universalist Church of Cincinnati o. Or. Scott takes up Bis work in the Ohio City the first of september. came to the universalist Church Here about two years ago from Oldtown me. His successor Here. Rev. Weston a. Cate of Henderson n. Y., was a classmate of or. Scott at Goddard Seminary. Barre. Regis Michaud professor of Yench in the University of California Berkeley calif., a summer resident of Lyndon has been awarded the prix Monty on by the French Academy it Paris. This in recognition of his books. A a Emerson and a a mystique it Realises it is said that the Monty on prize is one of the oldest and most important in the gift of the Paris Academy. Prof. Michaud was a former teacher of French at Smith College. did an important work in France during the War and much of the time mrs. Michaud who was miss Chase of Lyndon had charge of his classes. Telephone service Between Lyndonville and Newport was halted for hours recently because of a Peculiar automobile Accident. A car crashed into a Telephone pole severing a service wire. The pole came Down bringing with it a Section of the wires. The Accident happened near the Lyndon station. The Driver of the car unfamiliar with the Road did not see the South bound Boston amp i Maine train until he was nearly on i the crossing. turned quickly and i hit the electric Light pole with such Force that it was broken off. The car was Only slightly damaged and the occupants est a Ped with slight bruises and scratches. At the summer Home on Joe a Pond of or. And mrs. Charles h. Goss of St. Johnsbury their youngest daughter Clara Helen was married thursday afternoon to Noel Noyes of St. Johnsbury. The ceremony took place on the Piazza overlooking the water members of the two families being present. Rev. Or. Francis a. Poole pastor of the South congregational Church of St. Johnsbury performed the ceremony. The Piazza was decorated with trailing nine Pond lilies and yellow daisies. Following the ceremony refreshments were served by misses Ruth and Dorothy Goss cousins of the Bride. The Groom is a Yale graduate and served in the War with the rank of lieutenant in the ire Eular army in the Southwest. The Bride is a popular St. Johnsbury girl and received Many Choice gifts from her friends East Charleston Glen Chamberlin is ill. Miss Hazel Morse has a new piano. Mrs. C. F. Barney visited relatives in Berlin n. H., recently. Mrs. Ivis Miller of Springfield mass., is visiting or aunt mrs. L. G. Buck. Mrs. Norris Crow has been visiting her parents or. And mrs. Tatro in Westmore. Or. And mrs. M. C. Buck of new York spent the past week in town with relatives. Mrs. L. G. Buck is entertaining her brother Bert Campbell and mrs. Campbell of Wellesley. Or and mrs. C. E. Albee and daughter. Miss Doris of Weehawken. N. J., Are visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Hinman Rosebrooks of Orleans has been the guest of or. And mrs. George Morse the part week. Fred Parlin of West Charleston and miss Maud Cole of Springfield. Mass., were callers at e. C. Duton a recently. Or. Hastings of Barton was in town saturday to see m. D. Lewis who Hasni to been quite As Well the past week. Several Woodmen and their famine s and the East Charleston band attended the Woodman Field Day in Derby monday. All report a Fine time. Mrs. W. C. Hinton and mrs. B. B. Stevens were called to new York on thursday by the serious illness of their father h. Hudson. Several neighbors and friends met at the Home of mrs. We. Colburn or tuesday evening july 21, to Cele brate her 52d birthday. A Nice pro Gram of readings solos and instrumental music was enjoyed by All mrs. Colburn was presented with several gifts and a string of Gok beads from her children. Refresh ments of ice Cream and cake including a Lovely birthday cake with 5�?~. Candles were served. Plymouth Congo a Church Rev. Clarence Dusham pastor morning service 11 of clock. Sunday school 12 of clock. Evening service 7.45 of clock. C. E. Society thursday evening at 7.45. Topic a self leaders Hazel Hall and Hazel Bach elder. Bracing herself miss Stoodley caused her hair to slip on the revolving Shaft until the friction caused such heat that the hair was burned off. She was attended by or. L. Bugbee. James Fiske aged 77 years a Farmer living in the town of Rutland was almost instantly killed july 21 by falling from a Load of Hay in his Field. was near the rear of the rack receiving for Fuls from the Man on the ground when the horses started suddenly and he pitched head first to the ground. His Skull was fractured. Or. Fiske was a native of Randolph and was a veterans the 14th Vermont Volunteer regiment in the civil War. is survived by his wife. At the annual meeting of the Vermont state Jersey breeders to be held August 13th at Quechee fells farm Quechee it is expected that m. D. Munn president of the National Dairy Council and president of the american Jersey cattle club will be present to speak. Another speaker will be George w. Sisson former president of the american Jersey Otis Flint of South Royalton died cattle club and at present a director at the sanitarium in Randolph last. Wood. The free wiil Baptist Church next sunday in Exchange with the Rev. George Chambers. Mrs. Joseph Delaurier a father and Mother also sister and husband of Montreal visited at the Delaurier farm the past week. A. W. Burgin a former pastor in this to died very suddenly at Nis Home in Lyndon saturday. went to the office in the morning and it his Mai apparently in usual health but died before 10 of clock a. M. Sutton North Ridge e. R. Mcshane remains about the same. O. W. Ingalls was thrown from a mowing machine recently and injured quite badly. Utile Alice Mcfarland fell and broke her Arm sunday. Or. Chene it was called to attend her. Or. And mrs. John Chase were called to Colebrook wednesday by the death of mrs. Chases brother. Mrs. Blanchard and mrs. Crane who have been boarding at b. Fairbanks returned Home saturday b. Fairbanks lost one of his Best cows last week. The animal get out of the pasture into the Road and was struck by an automobile. Miss Leila Curtis went to Greenland n. H., tuesday to keep House for her brother we Esley while mrs. Curtis is in Montpelier for a much needed rest. An Accident which might have been serious one occurred Friday afternoon when g. Mcfarland a horses driven by Harley drown became frightened by Harley falling at their heels from the lumber Wagon and ran away. On the. Wagon were win. T. Mcfarland mrs. O. E. Mcfarland mrs. P. G. Neagle mrs. P. Mcfarland and Alice Mcfarland who were All More or less injured except mrs. G. Mcfarland and Alice. The horses were stopped by c. C. Batchelder. West Burke w. S. Wheeler has returned Home after several weeks stay with his son s. T. Wheeler at Orleans. Or. And mrs. C. A. Page were Given a Farewell reception at their Home last thursday evening by their neighbors. Refreshments were served and a Fine time reported. We Are sorry to lose or. Pages family from our Community but glad they Are to reside in the Village for the present. Vermont Nous Poison on the night of april 6, from which she died during the night. The prosecution contended that the motive of Pettibone a act was his alleged infatuation for miss Helen i. Guillow a nurse. Miss Guillow was held by the state in Bonds of $10,000 As a material witness. Witnesses for the state testified that Pettibone was often in the company of miss Guillow on motor trips also at her Home in Sodom n. Y., both previous and following the death of mrs. Pettibone. Two Days were occupied by a big a a it Between the counsel of both _ Les As to whether the confession made by the accused to states attorney Skillins m. Graves should be read to the jury. The prosecution won and the jury heard the confession. Pettibone was found guilty of second degree murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment. Moving week in from main Street to the Hutchins Block wrong Side of the Square and shall be somewhat mixed for a few Days but shall be in better shape in a few Days and Hope to be Able to do More and better work when we get located. Next week we expect to be Able to wait on you at the new store. We Are moving Troi a a wrong Side of the Square Barton Vermont Issei Essliss if Qew Tina auwers Salve fit la in tha Barton. Vermont i Sale use electric lights. Carriage House outside it a of Gay Road. A a Newport it printing enlarging amateurs photographic a a a a Craft shop Sheffield Sanford Gray has purchased the m. E. Parsonage. I Fanny Griffin is visiting her sister mrs. Prescott in Glover. Edna Quimby of Lyndon was at her Home a Ort time last week. Herman Flanders is Home from Windsor where he is working. Carl Dwyer of Massachusetts is visiting his brother George Dwyer. Ida Puffer and son of Manchester visited relatives and friends Here last week. Ida Leach of l3mdonville visited her sister mrs. S. A. Jones last week. Or. And mrs. Beattie of Lyndonville were week end visitors at s. A. Jones. Harold Dwyer of Newport recently spent a week with his Cousin Charles r. Dwyer. Mrs. Nellie drown has returned from Boston where she has in visiting her daughter mrs. Leonard Garfield Friday evening of blood. Caused by the bite of a Pickerel. Or. Flint was bitten upon one Finger which was amputated in an Effort to Check the spread of the infection. But the poisoning got into his system and Little could be done to Aid him. Linus leavens is investigating the different places in the state relative to the installation of brooding Ponds for propagating Trout. It is propos to do As much of this As possible in the streams by forming Small Ponds because of the fact that the wild Trout when propagated Are much stronger than those raised in a hatchery. With that in View he has inspected a Vermont state commissioner of a Pong apiculture and other noted speakers. Harry a. Black of Newport Secretary of state has announced that he will be a candidate for nomination and re election to the office. was nominated two years ago this fall and it is customary to allow the Secretary of state to have eight years if he so desires therefore it is not Likely that or. Black will have any opposition. His record will compare favourably with any of the state officers in efficiency and attention to his departmental work. There Are about 1000 teachers who Are enjoying the training this year of summer schools. Of these 140 Are registered in the schools at place near Wells River and As soon a about 350 at Middlebury As he has completed his invest and about 600 at Burlington. The tons of other places the designation of brooding Ponds will take place. Ruth Hilliker of St. Albans arrested by Sherriff Goorge c. Caplin at the Central Vermont Railroad station june 13, on the charge of taking $100 from Roy sheets of West Swanton was arranged before judge n. N. Post in City court Here today. She pleaded guilty to the charge and was sentenced to serve not less than one nor More than two years at prison at Windsor and pay Cost of $44.94. Miss Gladys Stoodley of Chester a Young woman employed in the Benton Smith Wood working shop in Putney was injured july 21, her hair looming caught in the shafting while she was operating a machine. The shafting pulled her hair badly but by Vermont Amberos records and a1ber0las Agency �0e store what a Relief to Hai no anxiety about the safety of your valuables. No burglar or fire can reach then when they Are in our fire and burglar proof vault. The Cost of a Safe Deposit Box Here is Small Only $l-00 and up per year. Central savings Bank and Trust company Orui Way the state school happened to be organized is thus about 100 teachers sent a petition to the commissioner asking for the school and after consideration it was decided to conduct one and questionnaires were sent to the registrants to ascertain what studies they Wated most. When these were returned the courses were made up from the studies which the majority of the teachers wanted. The situation As regards the Burlington office of the securities Exchange company remains As it has for the last few Days. Men Are in the office ready to refund Money to those who invested with them but there is no Call from the 50 or More who invested Money amounting to several thousand dollars in Burlington. The men in Burlington Are unable to say when business will be resumed if at All. It is their theory and they say it is Ponzio a that As time goes on the profits in the business will gradually increase. At first the margin will be Cut to 40 per cent later to thirty and finally Down to ten or less. This is thought to mean that enough foreign Exchange will be purchased to bring it Back toward Normal. Messes. In Tosh and Keating of the in a office Are now in Boston where they went to Confer with ponzi regarding the situation. A torahs of wind and lightning caused much damage about the state last week. The succession of storms Lart Edall thursday night. Silos on the farms of Walter w. Bristol and Arthur Langevin in Vergennes were blown Down and in some cases Fields of com and Grain suffered some damage. A cow belonging to Amos Bodette of Addison was killed by Hight Ning. John Fitzsimons bams and a my in Bristol burned to the ground As a result of ugh ining. Or. Fitzsimons had just finished haying so that his Hay is an entire Losi together with one cow five calves two hogs and farm machinery. A Large Bam on the Bushnell farm in Williston was stuck by lightning and burned to the ground. The cow Bam on the farm owned by a l. White in Starksboro was Strock by lightning and totally destroyed. About half of the sea songs Hay crop and that with that double Wagon and one cow were also lost. The buildings on the Mentor town farm in by Are were bum and Light and Delepho Paay report damage in that Fly Louse killer j l Stic was w itly luxe o a do cd this Law was sprayed w Tilv tlie<mimprom0d stainless Fly amp Louse killer to Gay a. Phillips Norwood the minute statue the of a reliable dealer and the a Vorish Best Gas Okiw Bridge at Concord mass., where on april 19th, 1775, the minute men gave Battle to the British troops and fired a the shot heard round the every motor Highway and by Way throughout picturesque new England and new York is a part of the Long a Socony dealers who sell Socony gasoline Newport Field Albany Miles Glen Barton Barton garage Barron co., e. W. Barrows c. A. Amp son Crystal Lake garage Larabee a. A. Seaver h. T. Urie garage Coventry Benware Geo. Derby Derby garage Kimball a. W. St. Francis a. Derby line Ames garage Hunt j. A. Youngs garage a Vanavige Hunt g. Giom Walcott a Lyon Irasburg Sears a Russell Winget Wulliam i Well Parker c. N. Newport Buck. F. Amp r. M. Lane amp son. A Lawson p. W. Lindsay garage Lee. F. E. North Troy Jacobs garage Parkhurst h. B. Toof m. A. Orleans Orleans garage Park View garage twombly amp Colton South Albany Martin j. G. South Troy Bryants garage Brock w. E. Wurst Home b. L. Westfield Hitchcock h. B. West Charleston Holton amp Wermouth West Glover Webster. A. A. St. Johnsbury Field Barnet Gilchrist Bros. Goodrich. Rowe Brothers Walker amp Brock Concord Bennett r. Lunnie d. Danville mor Rihs a garage East Barnet Galbraith a. G. Healey h. A. East pc Neham North Danville Sanborn a. C. Passumpsic Badger we. Bruce. M. So Johnsbury Center fam Ham. B. A. Mongeon f. A. So Johnsbury Branella painting a decorating co. Carr a Palmer Comer garage. Inc. Chamberlain g. F. Counsell a son a. E. Healey a Allen. Richards Vulcanizing company Woodbury a Benoit Silsby garage. C. E. Lyndonville Field East Burke Frazier Carl e. Webster a Kelley East Haven Bruce g. L. Lyndon Guild a. L. Morse w. T. Thom won e. G. Lyndon Center Hubbard c. W. Lyndonville Allen h. O. Eaton a co. C. Leach f. In Stoa my a if i

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