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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50-no. 33barton, Vermont wednesday August 18, 1920 advertising single copies 5 cents. Ima it a this tvs Etlou a. Uay a adar Riiff for s heifers. G. 32tf piano. Fine $50. W. N. 32-34p on jr., mor and Register Glover. 20tf it let new lot just Quot the. Ralph Ham it. Tei. 213. Ltd be fur cottage a Lake. Mrs. A Ralo Pearl St., St. 25tfbe five registered Jer calves. Cows o. K. In be a a ---5 for -i5. West Burke. Immense crowd at sunday concert. A crowd estimated Ait fully 3000 persons listened to a band concert lasting fully one and one half hours m the Foster Grove Willoughby Lake sunday afternoon the combined bands of Newport Orleans Irasburg kid Barton under the leadership of h. C. Potter of Orleans. The number of pieces was about 50 and those who heard it pronounce it one of the finest concerts Ever heard any band. It is estimated that More than 500 cars were present which filled the Road and All available parking space in and about the Foster Grove. G. E. Jennings of Barton acted As traffic officer and handled the Jam Well no accidents resulting from the big crowd and Jam of automobiles. A. 33tf tale or rent Bui a a known As the equipped with electric / a a 3 Spring water a in room. C. Kimball 20tf us us a one Chevrolet run condition. one Blais be. Cd Ete with Chuck Cen tools Etc. P. W. Law rshle�?�0 cords about three. A a feet Wood at r. R. Sid a i ies Perth of Newport. .50 a f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Cour fat Glover. 7tf s.ile�?2 rebuilt Ford Road r with starter 2 r wait touring. These cars l be r. Good condition As they w being overhauled and paint w. Lawson Newport. 16tf Kiszie or rent farm a i in Teres sugar and Apple or to. water. Good House air. Only two Miles from bar a life on Westmore Road. Good on property. Also Iron a ii Rooding and pasture. J. M. Canadian Northwest. I mrs. Fred foe to ill health i 9>�n., is Here Barton air plane for fair famous Canadian aviator will give exhibit sons and take passengers. The management of the. Orleans county fair has secured a famous aviator to come to the annual fair at Barton september 7, 8, and 9. The aviator has Len in Barton to see the Landing Field and finds this Satis crowds some thrilling exhibitions on both wednesday and thursday and will carry passengers. Aviator Mccrea is one of the most famous aviators in Canada having been an instructor in the Canadian aviation service and has never had an Accident in his flights which number Over 600. Mccrea a stunts when he gives his exhibition flights Are of the coloured giants Here thursday afternoon. The Quebec Royal giants coloured Byington King the Home of or. And mrs. George vow Jurieu e. King was the scene of a very pret of Montreal will Cross bats with the wedding last wednesday evening Barton baseball team on the fair i when their eldest daughter it Lia grounds thursday afternoon at 3 Elizabeth was United in Marri of clock. Mahlon Gardner of Essex n. is visiting friends in town. Mrs. Holbrook is repairing her House on South Church Street. Miss Leonie Moulton spent the past week with a Friend at Irasburg. a Marion Tower visited in Lyn do Niue a few Days the past week. The usual free stage attractions s. A. Stephens and family of Lynn Seball games races band concerts mass., have been visiting at a. D. Other attractions Are offered. C. Pie giants Are fast players having Defeated nearly every team in Vermont and Quebec. They come to Barton knowing that Barton has a Good team and Bartons team will be strengthened a a big Timber Pitcher which Pught to make the game one of the fastest Ever seen in Orleans county. Besides being great Ball players the giants Are Royal entertainers handling the Ball with skill and going through Many antics for the entertainment of the crowd Are of me. Fat ont try to do Burness in Barton most daring and difficult kind giving a a a a f o clock thursday after,. A thrills they most business a ii _ marriage to Marsh Maeck Byington of Charlotte places will be closed and Barton will be there to Root for the Home team. Abbotts. Miss aft Ian Scott is visiting and friends in Boston going automobile. Millie Nault has been visiting her Uncle Leon Damon in Irasburg for a few Days. Mrs. G. A. Joing has been he past ten Days with friends in Brownington. Mrs. W. Benware of the Pierce drug store was in Lyndonville Over the week end. Mrs. N. S. Aldrich of Malden mass., is the gut of or. And mrs. C. A. Barrows. Mrs. Will Uttin and two sons of Newport Are visiting her sister mrs. R. M. Gih Nour. Or. And mrs. Neil Lewis of North Upton mass., was a in town the past week. His spectators want. Other matters Are shaping them selves rapidly. Some of the Best and i largest breeders of live Stock in this i or. And mrs. L. S. Page of St. Part of Vermont have notified the Johnsbury visited at e. A. Gallup a management that they plan to bring thursday. Large exhibits to the fair. M t a t a a miss Jennie Lapierre and brother of Newport visited at John Lowers last week. Mrs. W. S. Robbins and daughter. Hazel Are visiting her daughter mrs. Charles Gallup. Mrs. Eugene Norrie and mrs. O. M. Blouin of Sutton spent the week end at Collins Lacourse a. Ai Fulford of Passumpsic and mrs. Howard Spaulding of Glover Are guests at Philo Powers. Or. And mrs. Herbert West of St. Johnsbury recently visited their cousins or. And mrs. O. A. Grow. And other attractions Are offered. C. Nute will again run the dining Hall. Able comment wherever they go and the evening will be Well spent in hearing this talented family of four children and their parents. The Wells family will give a musical entertainment in the town Hall it monday evening crust 23rd. Or. Wells was a former pastor and All will be glad to listen to the entertainment Given himself and family. The to needs received will be used to help pay for a piano. Price adults 35 cents children 12 and under 15 cents. When the gasoline tank on his car Rev. James of the co Grega the immediate families and a few in Hutchinson pastor tonal Church. Only Tini ate friends were present. At 8 of clock the Bride and Groom entered the parlor to the strains of Lohengrin a wedding March which was played Ralph King accompanied miss Erma King violinist. The Bride was beautifully attired in a gown of White silk with a Long veil caught up with Orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of White roses the single ring service being used. The gifts were Lovely consisting of Cut Glass Linen Silver and sums of Money which show the esteem in which the Bride is held among her Many friends. Mrs. Byington is a graduate of Barton Academy and the University of Vermont and has been successful teacher of Domestic science in Barton Academy the past year. Or. Byington is a �?T19 Man of the University of Vermont and served in the world War As a aviator training in Texas and being commissioned 2nd lieutenant. is at present associated with his father on a farm. After congratulations ice Cream and cake were served and or. And Mas. Byington took their departure automobile amid a Shower of Rice and confetti to the Mclellan cottage at Willoughby Lake where they will spend some time before Point to their Home in Charlotte. Farm Bureau Field Dale and Emery speakers at county event. Day big or. And mrs. George Lewis and family of Morgan visited their parents or. And mrs. O. A. Grow last week. Or. And mrs. John o. Leonard and Norris Crow and family and Carroll Piper and family were visitors at Joseph Tatroy a sunday. A mrs. Frank Emerson entertained her sister mrs. Ainsworth and two sons from South Woodbury sunday. Mrs. Levi wills of St. Johnsbury the annual Field meeting of the Orleans county farm Bureau Grange and commercial interests was held at Glover thursday August 12, at the Leonard Homestein every town in Orleans county was represented and there were visitors from Essex county also altogether bringing to the Outing so me 500 people who spent the Day most agreeably picnicking in the Beautiful Maple Grove listening to the addresses and rooting for the Ball game with which the Days entertainment closed. Roscoe Dutton of Brownington presided at the gathering in the Grove and introduced the speakers. The principal address of the afternoon was made congressman Porter h. Dale who motored Over from Island Pond for the occasion. Congressman Dale was greeted with applause upon introduction and a Rin no speech in favor of True americanism. confined his remarks strictly to the value of the country of the study of patriotism of the men and women in the Rural districts of America who have no sympathy with bolshevism in whatever form it manifests itself. called attention to the historic fact that two years ago this summer when the Vermont boys were facing the Hun on the Fields of France a convention was held at Canton Ohio in the Home of William Mckinley which was addressed Eugene v. Debbs who scouted the Constitution and the government amid the applause of the crowd of socialists there gathered. The stars and stripes were excluded from that convention but the red Flag was in evidence. In or. Dales estimate that is the real danger to this country. There Are 500,000 socialists in this country who Are in i Able to speak the English Langua and Milwaukee has three times elect Nimit to vat and 1 that. M h to , and sister mrs. Exclusion every time he appears to take the oath. stated that bolshevism in Russia did not Start there change station Dick i Levereaux Light their Way to Bradford n. A Quot a a a i recent Vin Itom at o. Arnton. Masa., was s business visitor Man of those ,.andj�rs. Georigi a Bennett _ _ about saved him from Clarence Lang is at Plunkett West rolling him in the Charleston assisting in the electric extinguish Liers to put Light Plant for a time. Which was blazing from the tank and Dren Helen and Henry of Detroit mich., Are visiting or. Ross Mother mrs. Mary Tatro. The entertainment at the Mill Brook schoolhouse thursday even Kig for the Benefit of the electric lights for the Church netted $31. A -Naaas=.�saa . a a ass Cox tips a a mrs. Laure Chipper or. And mrs. Kinsey of Hartford. = a Oil Fife Lii Elm to the hem celebrate the fifth Annivera Roy Clapper and Little daughter Vir visiting her parents. A to a Ary of their marriage it cake and Pinta mrs. Martha Kimball and son . Whitcher. I be Cream a re served and Many use Russell. Of a cd about 2c0 customers also the weather for the past week has the i trial. As soon ast a piece of gifts left to remind them of the Willoughby. A a i end the concert sunday. A a a a Quot a i two eur friets Lud rely to be if and 1 on the Wessel Nickle Gross prof Ikpi a William wills. Mrs. Sherman Ross and two Chil to offer for Sale . And mrs. F. Quot a cd about 2c0 customers also the weather for the past week has de the Matenti. As soon As me a. for a same been generally very hot but has Cool can be cleared away and materials a ,. Herd of 20 cows de off a bit in the past two Days. 1 arrive the new Brick factory and dry a muted rus Ford i. A j from an operation for _ a gently underwent at St. Kilns win be started and rushed to completion. This new Barton con i Ken ? in pm very a a a a Quot a a i Brigham Newport al lvrii7r. V. A �?o>&Quot>�>�?o>7 i be of re Tioy Here. Two Story bloc mrs. Carriel Burnham and Daugh on Hee coloured giants will i a on the fair ground. Evansville Archie drown is working in the Lawmill. Miss Hazel Jen i Jbf Newport la in 2c-1�?T mrs f h Gil Days with or. And mrs. O. Drown in Barton. The Home team is going t _ i. I. T. Taino r r a Strong in every particular and will mrs. L. A. Drown who has been 32-34. John e. Parker of Mcindoe Falls Jug Goren ethene the addition of nursing in Bradford is Home. A ver Sandav. Quot league sized Pitcher. The. A a was a visitor in town Over sunday. I the Tow gust 30th.�eul��?o30�?~?h� poultry. mrs. Laura Potter has been spend team and the Promise for fun and or. And mrs. C. J Maxfield were i Trutt for _18tf Ling the Oast week at Orleans with real excitement in Basenau was never. Week end visitors at g. Hunt s. J, farm a rent a her son h. C. Potter and using in greater. J mrs. L. C. Emerson is doing the Newport were at E. Clappers sunday. Irasburg James Hamilton visited his Mother in Hardwick Friday. Tom mix in a the find at the town Hall saturday. And George Kennison is having House newly shingled. But in new York City in the person of Trotzky a renegade jew who took with him 262 of the 464 compatriots trained and taught their destructive doctrines in the City of new York. said that the first Flag he saw when he went across the sea was the stars and stripes in the hands of a Vermont Soldier on the decks of a Steamer in the Harbor of Liverpool. And he closed with the statement that the Good government of the nation of Christendom itself and the Fate of the world depends upon such As those who love the Flag and intend to uphold it against All Comers. Col. C. A Emery was in the audience at this meeting on his Way to j another appointment and was called his. On for a speech the chairman at j the clos3_of congressman jul ale sad the boulders Casino the boulders Casino at the South end of Willoughby Lake was formally opened to the Public on tuesday evening August 3, with a dance. There were 220 couples of dancers coming from Derby Newport Lyn Donville St. Johnsbury and As far South As Woodsville and other towns nearby. The grand March was led Elmer a. Darling and mrs. F. Davis the president of the Lyndonville improvement society. After the grand March or. F. Davis made a few remarks thanking or. Darling for his Gener Ostly a erecting the splendid Casino and expressing the appreciation which he knew the people Felt for not Only what he had done at Willoughby but also for similar Good work he had done and encouraged in having done elsewhere. Or. Darling responded. The Casino erected Elmer a. Darling has a floor space 75x32 feet and stands just North of the boulders building being connected with it a covered walk. The building is lighted electricity from a the boulders Plant is provided with seats and has As Alcove for the orchestra. On three sides of the building there is a promenade about 10 feet wide. The finish is planed Spruce and the dancing floor of polished Wood cannot be excelled. Thera is a ladies dressing axiom underneath and checking accommodations. Everything is thought out and arranged in the Best possible Way and to tha Best possible advantage for the use that is to be made of the building. It was designed and supervised m its construction a really master builder the Man who made it possible. The Casino is to be managed the Lar Donville v. I. S. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. P is Tor 10.30 a. M. Worship. Subject of Sermon 11.45 sunday school. 6 p. M. Christian Endeavor. 7.00 p. M. Song and Praise service. Short Sermon on a becoming strangers always Welcome. All seats free. Big auction of autos thursday the big auction Sale of automobile the Bartoi it Auto Exchange thursday afternoon at 1 of clock is attracting interest from this entire Section of Vermont and promises to to a event of importance. There is fully $10,000 Worth of used cars to be sold every Sale to be genuine and absolute. The plan has never before been tried and is bound to draw a Large number of buyers dress. Responding Ith Greal col. Emery was the band will give a concert Cri the common next wednesday evening. A a. Miss Edith Mae Brown of Sutton. Is attention to a statement is a at tha E. Parsonage j Sash girl he spas miss Nora Kennison spent the against Industry in Vermont. Or. Week end with friends in Westfield. A Mery proceeded to puncture that f. M. Sears and b. T. Chaffee were falsehood in the most vigorous term in Greenfield mass., on business Mon and left no doubt in the minds of he Day. Mrs. Elmer Wallace of Boston has hearers As to where he stood on to matter. pointed to his Plato in explanation the third Plank i i. Ii. Jilted Tork i spinners Post. C. Gay bar Day South Chautauqua. 32-s3p j Barton goes to St. Johnsbury a Guy s. Rowell of new York with Labelling work at the Whetstone shop his wife and daughter is several from Here attended the Harlow. Miss Leonie a Barton goes to St. Johnsbury a his wife and a Angner several from Here attended the miss Home Moulton of Barton at once laundry a fuse 25, at 4.15 and St. Johnsbury visiting his sister mrs. F. W. Com concert at Willoughby Lake Sun the past week with miss Lettie t All done Maine. A a it Barton september 1 at 3 Stock and other relatives m this Metcalf. Ock p. ?ugh�?Tls�?~, % i or. Ard mra. A. W. Moor Ara tha i. Maytag Tough and Waltar mat been visiting bar sista . A a sysops s j it Loais a athe i Industrial Psi militias and Natur Amory of the hold Moulton of Barton \ al resources of Vermont which Are Large and promising a and queried How with such a statement As Rowell has not j Cash the Date of the 1 offs Active of Parent of a daughter bom August Cash con nov soviet a manic a �?o�?~8 a pin in California. Huh. Charles Towne of Lowell town me., As a Busini iof the week. Mrs. Eliz she Bradford is with Gladys Houston 1 37 or it Vaa a rent Smalla Iarion a Uohara spent a Aew majr system in me _____________5�v�?o Toba a More in Ana. A Sil a is take Gofton. N. Keller oriess7tf in Vermont. At it was All important to stress agriculture in Vermont and went on mrs. Horace Gilman of Campton never a ked More n. H., is the guest of her Sisters than now. I Lvi Riv c mrk. Bickford and mrs. Binning a a and Range in and other relatives Here. I = six and Price j Chesley is in Boston Tak ing treatment at the Massachusetts general Hospital for one of her eyes if j skins which is in a serious it. so Seld i or. And mrs. Wilmer Gray and Brovot Kington a family of Bradford were recent Mim Marjorie Home of or. And mrs. A. Cush week. I a Kinos of junk i St., Barton. Both. E. Drake entertained his father sister Over sunday. Has been a Reainu a a in were cent guest mrs. Steams of i in Convie were -1 guests at the Home of or. And mra. O. A. Grow has Puzicha a a. Addison Smith the first of the week. Nash automobile from the Barton f 1 of -7 i a recently spent a h. Davidson Albany. A week for Cambridge mass., i to a a mrs. A. W. Davis recently spent a Man miss Vera Leland who has been in Bright look Hospital for an operation for appendicitis returned Home saturday. Rev. W. W. Cook is spending a two week a vacation attending the summer school for Rural pastors beheld �?o3o"34p vacation up to parents. Or. Few Days at Coventry As guest of i is i wa.5r�. R t a cd . 1 mrs. C. Al Wilder. A ago fact a in sees i with the big auction Sale of Cara miss Pearl and Cla a pm Quot so la >.�r. Work of the Barton pm Exchange and Home of mrs. Ing he mrs. Geo Hasbury visit be a. Miles last week. Orge Cowling and children in Bury visited mrs. Cow of St. Johns Lings oar Lea to joining them for a week j miscellaneous i of new Brunswick arrived All a a grades. I Bart. 25tf Tuisee will be another a real old fashioned dance at the Modem Woodman Hall next Friday evening was a Sims visitor Here the first to give Many illustrations of men a. J taken Over abandoned re is visiting her farms and brought them up to a h. Brewster in state of cultivation where they were a. A. I paying great dividends As a result t of intensive farming. Col. Emery mrs. Inez to layer and mra. Inez responsive chord in the Ite have returned to their Home in of the Farmers when he Crit Providence r. I. J present school system and remember the Fairbanks feature favored a return to the District in the show the Green Mountain school system and the putting Back ral theatre Friday night. Adv into the Rural districts of the school mrs. L. Bickford who has been critically ill in the Hospital at ton n. H., is now convalescing rapidly. Or. And mrs. Whipple of Orlean together with mrs. W. Synth and their brother Frank Garfield of Craftsbury were called to Grothm sunday the sudden death of their sister mrs. Ernest St. John. The following is clipped from state papers a a a. N. Davis Deputy com missioner of weights and measures at Montpelier has received a copy a it a which gives a a a a aaa a Jing up of his son. Or. P. N. Davis a graduate of the University of Vermont and a world War Veteran. was one of the three highwaymen a the other two he put out of commission with his fists. Eight stitches re used in closing the wound in his West Glover Charles Ross is spending the with his daughter mrs. C. F. Wright. Eunice Stevens and her Sun a school class have been Campag the past week at the l3/nnan cottage. Marvin Clark of California who formerly lived in East Albany earned on mrs. L. L. Hastings recently. Mrs. Clifton Martin Isabelle of Norwich and Alice Dute Westfield visited or. And mrs. Geo Kennison Over sunday. C. D. Bailey spent the past two weeks with relatives in Hinsdale n. H., and in Massachusetts. The Farmers use As Well As the trunk lines so called and closed his in non Muntu speech with Henry Van Dykes poem a America for me the Ball game which followed was played a team of a a fat men against a team of a Heany men. The pm Ayers enjoyed themselves hugely although the heat was intensive. The game was not run altogether on big league rules and the score was a g Deal in doubt when the play of clock and go Home at Midnight. And Nii Sion of cents a couple. A a so or no a or a a a cd met. R Friend. Miss Smedley of al society Lorac. Mias Clemma Seaver took a trip the or. And mrs. S. E. Wells and or. And mrs. O. W. Metcalf spent last wednesday in Montpelier. Or. And mrs. Charles Royer and son Homer Are visiting relatives in Montreal and three Rivers p. Q. Hugh Meron of Greenfield mass., to a is visiting his grandmother mrs. A. August 20th, for the baseball team. A. Page and aunt mrs. R. N. Bald come Early for we will take partners Day for a no Ain quadrille at prompt 8 j -.,.1 a who make up the orchestra Are in Rora Pam a a a a a n. Knapp and Toily or. And talented and rare treat mrs. Gates and mrs. C. Mcgoff spent awaits All who attend. Adults 25 the week end in Camp at Willoughby children 15 cents. 1�� i the s. S. Picnic at Willoughby Lake or. And mrs. Orrin Bliss of St Ai last thursday was a great Success bans visited his aunt there were 90 in the part and the Wells family win give an entertainment in the town Hall thurs evening at 8.30. The children a. M. Clough notice you Yard monday ,.y of , be no put if All the per of St. Johnsbury spent the pm a Bear this week with misses Marion Sears and a Villa Rich s. Mias Clemma Seaver won a a or. And mrs. Cert a bounced later. Such a air was nem Cousin. Quebec and other Points of interest Grace and Aon Ether full with so much Success it week a., 01 m., i do med of the Kljun and Peart a will Iii. A Cousin annual picnic at the old and give Stone hoi4�e last support. 1 George. Westmore. T miss Hamilton area Ai. A to week in Hardwick with very pleasant Day was spent. Glover mrs. A3die Williams is boarding at mra. Lillian Buchanan has been visiting relatives a few Days before ing to visit at her old Home in Ontario. Peter Collette has sold his a aria the a. Lamadeleine of upts p. A. Has taken Possession. Or. And family plan to go soon to Waters Bury Conn. The ladies Aid society meets Day with mrs. Pearl Lyman at hot cottage at Parker Pond for a picnic meeting. Or. And mrs. W. A. Magoon Arn making a trip to a Hardwick visiting his a a a to a Frank Leclair and his Uncle Ira Magoon. Isabelle Young will Lead the c. K meeting next sunday. A Are interesting and the Atten 1� increasing. Last sunday there Wera 33 a. You food a a a i >7��.�?Tmopdty s�?~�?~mv7ntv cief a , and a Bei i a a at Ial com i a kinds of Vil i. Aa.�. A Quot a a a i cd Proctor and Tain ment and program. _ to sell Cau or a of a to Wrington Center ? lots ?e�?~.fsr�?~th�ad�7 i visit Trien in comb edit for. Few Ioos to after the enter i a motor trip 10 us Vij sawdust at the Lington and Points in a v f Eori a Barton. Proctors Niece. Miss Maude c 5, it lasts. W. Eman of St. Johns returned with them Seymour s. n Anond two weeks Here. Re i �?�37�?o fam Ruttur i Quot sm7 dirt blow Edigton a a. A a Psi Quot trin to St. John grow a n new nah car. Fox is working at Mahlon rent i evening Chow tenement Rev. E. E. Webs. I. How a a a a it. Barton a and brat 26tf and Griir spend weeks Here. Ralph Dutton has a Mcd from a the Wells family will visit to Dalhousie. P. Q Tern intent in a a a Hare end. A Tkv h a a emr. Rui or. Chart born were 29tf webs formerly of Glover. A Barton on business tuesday. Family is giving a splendid a to a Susie Parker of Lowell it ment which is receiving much favor a week with friends Here. I and mrs. A. Resilard of Law i rence mass., Are visiting at John a beaus. Lost Recial u9 their Jenerono a Befle Baldwin. 1 mra. Dow is dint Westmore. A . Jones. Dewey Gould ban t Beautiful a he a . Percy Buck has recently Pur r and mrs. 1 chased a new Dodge Joann a car. Rev. John Kim fall and Are in 1 a a Xian a at Allstead n. On their . I statue Steph a. E. Preneth. A a Beni to to be Quot Dirl Hon ill. Via i Ruby Calkins and Mae Wheeler Are their Uncle Leon Damon. A week waiting table at Camp Westmore. Touchette of a a mrs. George Chandler of Well mrs. Emma Clough of Leominster Green Vic me., visited their Nephew mass. Occupying her cot mass., is visiting at e. J. Wheelers. A Curtis head and Aneicea mrs. W Eli stage in town. Of coven and mrs. Houston the past week. A is. George Garfield of crafts nth. J. Wheeler the or. And or. Mind or. John myer. Of yen of a Aljy Ray. Or. Henry kers n. Y., Are visiting his brother g. C. Myers. Methodist Church Nares. mra. Emma Hudson of Burke we Are told that there in an old Foo Chles. Sev eral r Plymouth ±1., were a Uejio of Henry Perkins of Medford t. And mrs. Harry Wells Over Sun mass., is visiting a a mrs. Salmon a mra. Inez Whipple from los Angele cal., called on her sister mrs. Mabel legacy sunday. And friends in a rare Surg Coventry a Eek. Rev. Edward f. Wood pastor. The Rev. E. E. Wells of attle a. P. Berwick visited old neighbors mass., a former pastor will and Orleans the past week for two weeks. Or. And mrs. Plinny and daughter of Chicago have been visiting at will Leonard a recently. The body of Hugh Cara of Man i Chester n. H., was brought Here for Prenis in then non in f i in Quot in the ��.7�?T a Fly a ? sex l Mark he in Renoir Long the not Fitner will reach in the his House recently with a Broad piaz rot Relt Wright of Barton spent the classes for All Ages in Nast week with his Mother A school. The pastor will preach in the his House recently right e. Oil a a ening the i. A a rebirth z. Did a Freih cont of . Or of . R at a. . Bsh. Iii Lam Wem Nger who being want from Athens to no to t fire from Delphos made the journey there and back�?125 Miles in ally Anjil a amen Lay the Western sea. The Pacific a Calm cold Ocean net much fretted raffle. Adds its curl-011r note of aloofness. It sends fort fogs but somehow they carry no hint of Salt. And in Days of Sunshine when it sparkles Sapphire Blue 4t seems Sona How to a Luile no breath. You never a smell the sea the Atlantic a verge and. Though you Well know that rotting seaweed gives Forth that Ozior you miss it on this Western she. The oceans you have known seem playful children turns and irritable comparison with this monstrous Lovely inhuman Harrison Rhodes in harpers Magazine

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