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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50-no. 34barton, Vermont wednesday August 25, 1920 single copies s menu. Advertising to it i under Tula i columns Barton Academy and Irra ded scowl open monday. Prin. R. A adder the Merrill i be in his office at the schools open monday. As previously Anno Vinced in these Tea i Academy building Friday and Satur Day Forenoon to consult with Stu for Sale revision of Check Lisl be civil Board for the town of clerks of Friday August 27. 1920, in the evening to revise the septem primary elections. Anyone wish Iri heifers. G. 32tf. F a a get Thini to ten bet year is is Osbu i tub. Attendance and successful year. Barton local notes or. Ai mrs. M. K. Clow spent 32-34p in Boston mass., recently. The tells family entertain. A most interest tag and novel in local red Cross conducts operations Twenty eight children were operated on for Throat troubles at the schoolhouse monday Forenoon under the auspices of the local Branch of a red Cross society. Or. W. A. Ricker of St. Johnsbury was the surgeon and local physicians assisted. These operations Are the result of the examinations conducted by the red Cross in the schools last Spring St previous to their closing. Mrs. W. W. Reirden president of the local --5. R. Glover. A methered Cross. Mrs. Sadie Cowles and my the we or fax Len t Leaver have been leaders in of in 11 j family of attle to mass. I this movement which should result miss Allard of Indianapolis or cd consists of or. And a in lasting Benefit to those children i to Viii a a mor re r a a Quot my Priis or a War it m ii Siquig Teneni to to and regi a visiting at Hollis Allardus. Vulf the who were operated upon. C l. Erwin was a oldest child being Only 14. The pro a cots were moved into the school Ralph Ham Are. M. Sanborn of Danville is a a it 1 orchestra by the Chi fore night. V. Be. 213-3. It visit my her grandson e. W. Sanborn. Miss Esther Wells presided at t _ daughter Miriam the Quot midl1ttlleie�?e Coa Grega onal picnic called. To Venice yearling a Miriam a violin and Little Elsie the a i two Jer-1 visiting in Lancaster. N. Cello. Their a musical efforts would f Pir Ronny it. Have done credit to those of older 34-351 or. Wright who spent a few my showed much ability and Days at h. E. Leeds has returned to careful training. .a.11 who attended cottage i his Home. Al vake mrs this entertainment Felt Well repaid. 1 Phat. Us St. I Charles clo Stonto Newport Jast week by the death of called. 25tf her father Benjamin Watkins. Jef Ree stored Jamrs. M. J. Wright has returned to re in. I her Home after working at Westmore Burke. 33tf farm near never failing or. And mrs. Shedd and Hala were in Craftsbury tuesday to attend or. Dillingham s funeral congregational Charch Noten. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. 10.30 preaching service. Sermon. Why who 11.45 sunday school. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. A. A dry. I , of bib it a. A in a a a to so str a a a a n v., �.�?oi�?T? is a by Chi Wlsh Quot Quot t w evening pro hint a Vic. 34-36 John Frechette was in St. Johns All Welcome. South Bary Tho a of to. A a for top j. Trod buildings ration on his Throat. A a oblate p. Hubbard of Brookline. My of. In or. South Ai a by visit my his Uncle. O. A �4 jobs been Viking Nis -�51e i White the past week. Mrs. Fred n. Bilodeau has just returned from new York City where al or rent my build-1. E. Buswell jr., of Boston she has bought new millinery goods be held the Orleans county congregational picnic first scheduled for August 6 and later for september 3, has been cancelled chiefly owing to the inability to secure the prominent congregational leaders it was expected the get for speakers. Or. Herring general Secretary who was recently drowned was to have been one of the sneakers. This move was taken Only after consultation with congregational Leaden in the county. Methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. M. A. Turner. Pastor regular services will be held again next sunday. Morn be service 10.30 of clock. Sunday school at 11.45. Epworth league at 6 p. M. Preaching at 7 p. M. Thursday evening service next week As usual. Farm Bureau has secured club Leader Milo r. Bacon will conduct the boys and girls club in county the Orleans county farm Bur Reau has been successful in securing the services of Mil Miles r. Bacon of Leo minister mass to conduct the boys and girls club work of the county. Or. Bacon is a graduate of the Massachusetts agricultural College class 1920, where he had a general agricultural training with special work in the Extension course of that College. has also considerable experience in practical agriculture having lived on a farm nearly All of his life and had recent had valuable experience in fruit and Dairying. From his qualifications it is expected or. Bacon will make very capable and successful boys and girls it i Leader. Exposition in october now that the boys and girls have a county club Leader the farm Bureau executive committe has decided to continue their original plans for an exposition in october the Premium list has already been published. The place and Date will soon be definitely decided. Boys get your calves and vegetables ready. Girls plan now to exhibit your Canning sewing and cooking. Yes. Every boy and girl is going to exhibit some \ the Quot Boston baseball Birueta. Barton seems to be meeting with a Streak of losses having followed its defeat at the hands of Sherbrooke by losing to the coloured giants of Montreal to thursday by a score of 10 to six after playing the coloured Fellows 11 innings. The crowd at this game was nearly 1200 and everyone acknowledged their Money a Worth. Saturday the boys lost to Orleans on the fair grounds by a score of 16 to 9, the Orleans boys knocking two pitchers out of the Box. Thursday the Orleans fat team won from the Barton fat team at Orleans the Clark King reunion at gloves. The 17th annual meeting of the Clark and Kindred families association was held at s. Noble Clarks thursday August 19th, and was a very enjoyable occasion. The Day was Ideal in every respect. There were 147 present. Table were set in the Shade of the Maple Trees where they were bountifully spread with an abundance of goo4 things to eat. After dinner the meeting was called to order by the president e. L. Clark. Prayer was offered by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson a song was Sung by Sev a a a 9u11k we by a sure of 19 to 14, in a heavy con. Eral of the singers. Remarks spark Fofo 1b411 not a l 1________ a test. The Orleans fats will play return game in Barton soon. Today Barton is meeting the fast St. Johnsbury team in the Home Camp of the St. Johnsbury crowd and on wednesday of next week the St. Johnsbury team come to Barton for a return game. Agan in Barto tuesday night. Frank w. Agan of Ludlow the wet candidate for governor is to hold a Public meeting in seavers Hall tuesday evening of next week the Only appearance or. Agan will make in Orleans county. will be accompanied by judge Skeels of Ludlow both men making an address. From Here or. Agan goes to Island Pond for wednesday evening and Ido Villi from Island Pond to Lyndonville for thursday evening and St. Johnsbury Friday evening. Thing. Known Astle Jon Wayne were guests at the for her Winter opening to a dipped i electric it Home of his parents this week. Friday and Satur a. Or. E. C Freeman of Spring eld paved Kinsey of. 20tf i mass., is taking a vacation with her Conn is in town a few Days visit Mother mrs. Laura Mcfarland. Ing his Parent and other relatives. Unacks Wlech de pledges for the work of the club Leader in the county Are As follows Xao wide . For women. Costa Burn 1 is w. Jul. Loustan to. A Rai Sou ratification of the Federal woman Kinney a pharmacy Orleans j suffrage amendment was completed r. W. Spear Newport Kinsey of West Hartford wednesday with favourable action by a Morrill Hill school Irasburg 12 Errolat mrs. Julia Seaborg of Waterbury l. Smith and daughter of North i 2lmad Uon Iso one Blai i a a the Home of n. D. Troy and or. And or. A f. Grow a jul Chacon Martin several Days this week. T Awo a the p. W. Law t Lii Var Ofa a a a Haby a �?�.�?, i �ssaie�?5� cords about three of her Mother. Mrs. Burton Wing. News has been Recei by friends a �4 41-0 North of new a a f. 0. B. I to g Over. The legislature of Tennessee. The vote i Fred Waterman Orleans in the House was 50 to 46. The Senate last week Friday adopted ratification by a Rote of 25 to 4. Speaker Walker in an attempt to 2.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 a cow of on s River have been. Guy coot their Cousin. Hala Shedd. 5.ubbard. At al teen n. C., the by Anc w w South Walden were guests at the Harth a rate a a a Tion Newdel or and mrs will Hawkins and or. And mrs. Changed his vote to or. A of ii Rise n Smith last week. Walker is priv eged to up the oru5 Lafoou Unree of her Mother. Mrs. Burton Wing. News has been received by friends a Lution for recon iteration at m at a a a v a of the birth of a son Fred Allen to tune within the next few Days. And of Newport. A or. And mrs. A b. Porter Nee Maud the vote by the favourable action of the Tennessee legislature 36 states the required number have voted for ratification thery a franchising 27,-000,000 women. Women can now vote in the coming primaries and National election for presidential electors. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt president of the National american woman suffrage association who said Tif visiting their Cousin. Hala Shedd. Mrs. George Murray and 20th. Congratulations i to Irine with starter 2 the Mcdonald Home on Mam Street. Lake. is now connected Jar nos. These cars or. And mrs. F. E. Scott and miss with the Boston state Hospital. ii Uoc As they Ethel Scott of Somerville mass., Are will return sunday with his Mother. Slits i fit Quot Quot a a a a a a a Quot k i -1. Miss May of Rochester n. A a a is. Been much cooler and there was a mrs. War heavy rainfall sunday. The hot few Days at Damp weather hastened the potato or rent farm irxtat5be May Home. A 7 so it came or Quot a Quot Quot miss Marjorie Nelson spent be or. P. Robbs Star on to us As in a Way a sacred Trust. A a Wei Nore Road. Good 1 Days with her room mate. Miss return journey to Calr Fomia the fire j to part of our rejoicing to 77 a property. Also 180 pm Alme Parlin at Island porn last of the week. Her sister mrs. M. A Day in the hour of Victory is com pm. Brunning am red her Quot i pounded of our feeling of loyalty to Issca a pm. To offer for Sale my Mij a pending two weeks at the Home clan 1 Cost Omeri also a e. La. I have stood faithful to our Trust immense crowd is present a a it was 51 years ago that the to a one auction Sale of the Barton a men of the National suffrage Asso a exc a Auto Exchange thursday and the 1 citation began what was to kno it in or get -5 prof. And mrs. R. D. Me Pill and were All sold As advertised. As a 50-year Long Campaign to get the i a to Scott son arrived in town and Are of bought got excellent Congress of the United states to pass cd Pym a tenement in the Nute House you Gnu g feral suffrage amendment. Con Street. Newport a a a �--77 w Lef to in cottage at Willoughby Lake ? my on and. for a rooms upstairs ers miss Florence rooms downstairs. Florence Rector. A Federal suffrage amendment. _ Gress halt been import Ned for the amendment by the women Evan before that but 1869 marked the or or. And or. M. M. Bin on who a Willoughby a animation of the a a National with a unit Wmk of Cmor raft ave rooms downstairs. Florence Rector. Home in Cha the ladies society of the Congre they intended. I tonal Church win 5 2 mrs ind cake in the part on the motor from owed it a of securing suffrage Charlotte p. Go 32-34 a a Tiona legislation. A now that is All Over the feeling see a Iee Cre George Grant of Ben of a ceaseless Ness is probably the sen and cake in the Park this evening be former residents Here were a station up Pennot with us ail and ginning at 7 of clock. Guests for several Days at the Home perhaps it is. Just As Well to i mrs Euzabeth Pearson Keniston of or. And mrs. W. L. White who a i should be. For Home Ann Stop. Osi Imi Oto Thom on their return. The National cannot Stop. With a few a. Of the a i. By of. Zhao o of of hi5 Mother. When late Dorothy Byo of dirty re citizenship the women of the p under Omen al Are already lined up under a new name the league of Woi Greensboro. B. B. Deronte he Hod lot at $50 per in the rear of her or. And mrs. Roscoe Smith of Barren 34tf and is erecting m add item to w pm i Ania were caller in town re a i House which will afford two tenements anted instead of one. Lri poultry. Elrick. Isth miscellaneous Yearl Hig hoi paid Imd. B. F. Guy a junk. Telephone Baa sky. Barton. Days ago. The schools in town we a open monday August 30. Or. Albert Kinney is recovering from his recent illness saturday the Greensboro Ball team went to Cabot to play and was dec utly. Ife ated 10 to 2. Miss Ida in Pierre is visiting her t Wisconsin 1 sister mrs. Horace Jones near West Mother and sister on the or. Imd mrs. Joe Snaith of More retained from $1429.00 we want about $200 More to close folks. This matter up. Come on you f who have been waiting. We have a Leader now. is Here. is getting Boisy. Get Busy yourself and let Gilpin Hunt co. Inc., know what you Are going to do. Holland Jay Lackey has an Uncle visiting him. Ira Batchelder and wife spent the week at his fathers. Mildred Brewer is working in the office at the Creamery. Or. Visiting George Tice and miss Ethel Sham Pany were married August 8th. Charles Mcgiver spent the weekend at his Home in Derby line. Boston amp Maine Advance fares. The general passenger agent of e Boston amp Maine Railroad has issued the following notice of Advance in passenger rates on thursday August 26,_ 1920, passenger fares and Carges except t. Holly within new y Ork state and Between Points in the United states and Canada except local one Way and round trip Intra Canada fares will be increased 20 per cent. Tickets will be honoured As follows one Way tickets sold prior to August 26, held by passengers in route partially used round trip tickets sold prior to August 26, passengers actually in route at Midnight of August 26 60-ride monthly tickets 46-ride pupils tickets. The following tickets will not be honoured after August 26 12-ride unlimited form ticket 12 and 15-ride workmen a ticket worked end a three months tickets 25-ride family three months ticket round trip or tourist prior to August 26, and Ling with wit and humor were mad by or. E. W. Clark and Hon. Chester w. Clark. An original poem was read by William Studley also a poem sent by mrs. Abba flood of Kansas was read by or. Clark. Remarks were also made by Rev j. J. Hutchinson Stephen King or. Hubbard and Anson Clark. Or. E. W. Clark. Stephen King and George w. Claim were appointed nominating committee. Officers elected were president Hon. Chester w. Clark vice president mrs. Martha Paige Secretary. Miss Isabelle Clark treasurer Clatk Borland chaplain Anson Clark executive committee s. Noble Claf mrs. Mary Cobb and Sumner Rich. A vote of thanks was extended to or. And mrs. Noble Clark for opening their Home and making it an enjoyable Occa Sion for All. Those from out of the state were or. Ezra w. Clark of Brockton. Mass., Hon. Chester w. Clark and mrs. Eliza m. Page of Wilmington mass., or. And mrs. William Studley and daughter Irma and Francis Stone of Woburn mass., mrs. Mabelle Perkins of Lake or n. Mrs. Marv King of Agawam mass or. And mrs. B. Mason of Grove ton n. H., miss Burpee of Boston mass., and or. Hubbard of Brookline mass. Friends were also present from Newport Orleans Bartow Glover Greensboro Stannard Bee lock Lyndonville St. Johnsbury an Swanton. Letters were receive from mrs. Abba flood Alta vis Kansas mrs. Hattie Bassett Rush More Minn. Mrs. Julia Thompson miss Addie Clark and miss july Woodard of Washington d. Mrs. Sara Powell Bloomfield n. J. Mrs. Geneva Clark Fisher ton mass. Or. Charles f. Clark of pre que Island me. Mrs. Abba Clarks Figi Sutton neb. Or. And mrs. Byron Hopkins Ord neb. It was suggested that the Beautiful Flowers that decorated the tables be sent to the tickets sold prior to Augustio Anu �?4, it upon which the going passage has not a cemetery and placed commenced by that Date. A Grandfather and grandmother Cla tickets subject to redemption will i and Grandfather and grandma that be redeemed at passenger traffic de King and others of the Clark an a rement. Boom 6, North station kmgfam.lm�. Or. And mrs. George Moulton Are Boston or prior to september 30, a p a Ester w. Clark mrs i iting at we. Graves. 1020, upon presentation ticket a to a r t a j or a a a a Tatj a agent at station where purchased. Appointed a com mrs. Eliza h a a were draft Rea resolutions were As Fol a pm solutions. Tows i since the last assemblage of our association the following named per Corporal Elmer n. Buswell a a aaa =. The following sketch of a form. Re a i and ram Ilir of bos Barton boy who lost his life in the sons intimately connected with us a Aai a world War is taken from a recent by membership or the ties of Kindred ton Are a Ramg mrs. Hattie Jennet a p a a a a a a be a Nal Reya Arthur Palm and Midi Gray i Ine issued in the interests of com of their life work Caleb a. Clark were named August 19th. Uon spa Jay j of the unit in which Young John e. Lawrence mrs. Ida w. Wood grat lations. A Bussell was serving. Iwah mrs. Sarah l. Seav a Rev. Or. And mrs. John Hall a. R. A we have All met Fellows who from Era Samuel Gray Fred a. Leavitt. Hall and family were callers in new the very first time you make their in the Shadow of this bereavement Ark Over Sunity. Acquaintance you feel you have made mrs. Or.1 co Russ and children of a end. Ment you know they mean it and will we inscribe this sentiment on our records. One of those lives had extended Fai Island Pond have been visiting her Faer h. W. Wheeler. Back it up. That so the Type of Man or. And mrs. O. L. Kohey and i a a gig Gie was. From Fly spent joined a a do a company longer or Shorter if the divine Pur Charleston with his brother Barker was very popular and after repose was accomplished their lives was made Corporal it was just the Gre rounded and Complete. Beyond the age of four score and Tea. The others seemed to have prematurely taken. But whether. Jua same. Up and doing All the time i and the officers of the company knew and Are strengthened in every \ for 1 that Corporal Buzzello a squad was on act by their examples and the the Job for he was fighting for their Ory of their Christian Charad a once laundry notice car of new Bruns Srok and mrs. W. J Monteith i 5? machinery. Shingles just arrived ? 20tf fright e. A Cook Barton 2otf Day. and or. Land n. H., Ray i at a. Burlington. A = the Middle of the week. Lyndon and St. Johns airy Sun t a Ake wednesday. 5s-1l Daniel a Mileis and a caused on or. And or. W. A friers. Lelamd Ipri Crig met. O. A. Grow motor a Quot a oni by w. Week and run no _ Insu Bice and to Price �?~>�?~w�?~�?T�?o>3d� a due so went or. And l i Foster who has been Here h Gay bar i Tate bests a and a a it a a mrs. Harley Haines went eggs and bout by no i Ion a grow by to a record 1 Man with or work in Mea Comstock Barton. Twp f. W. Baldwin Barton. Ing for her Mother inc Twu is ? a ��?�m7seslrt a. White mountains sunday. Slaved with i the Home team m dour j a dust to willing workers Chib wid Law and won the game with a score a a at the school Bouse of 7 to 2. Rositer cottage at the Houm in All afternoon of this week at 2 pad Roi Lim left to Fri a f wired members please bring their to rent record books for Insu ii fall i a Day j Bers try and come As there i import Home m Hyde a Kelley. Morgan Center mrs. Addie Hul is working mrs. T. J. Cargill a a Ai interest All the time. Mrs. Rufus Brown of new Jersey i Jug Middle name is visiting at Ira Brown a. His promotion to Sargeant was t. G. Gilman was at Hyde Park a shortly due him. When the first de this week on a business trip. Tail was sent Over at Gateau Kerry _ a a Buzzie went with them and the re Grare Ca he has 8ne to Avenel is that the boys of that detail bring Back of his deeds speak volumes of his courage and bravery. Until he was seriously wounded and taken prisoner he never let up a minute efforts were made to find some Trace of him but it Wasny to until after the armistice was signed that final proof of his capture and death at a prison Camp was verified. One of the real boosters of a a do company from the Start and the Type of Man everyone is proud to Call his Friend and Gloeb will Leonard has returned to Chicago. The schools of town open monday August 30. Mary King from Springfield mass., is visiting in town. Or. E. W. Curk visited at e. Clarks the past week. Lenna Lawrence visited at e. L. Clarks the week end. Noble Clark and family motored to for her Mother the j Morrisville fair tuesday. Or Quot or. And or. 3fason visited at Aubert Merriam s recently. Mrs. Elnier Martin is slowly recovering from her Long illness. Helen Johnson and Eva Darling visited at St. Johnsbury the past week or. And or. Loom Jackson Are visiting his sister or. Joseph fran cd. We who remain Are made better a worthy to work at the Totel As table girl miss Jennie Hiott is quite ill or. Elie of sind Pond is attending her. L. Wheeler of Concord n. H., w staying with his brother a a. Wheeler. Beatrice Bushaw of East Charleston is visiting her aunt Josic Good sul this week. Mrs. Elmer Judd is at Island Pond this week staying with or sons Hatt and Grifford Mabel Eri Rire of West Charleston is a guest of s. L. Blakes thu week and visiting her relatives Here. Mary Elliott and l. Wheeler spent last Sabbath at Derby with her daughter mrs. E. Sanborn. Professor Henderson a brother Reg for Saratoga n. A quo for a a Are is being Buitt two Rishi a before Gong to his and sleeping rooms Are being finished ,.,.c Saama. Off Over the garage. Mrs. Cheff and children Fra new Wheeler took Bert Gilman to i to 3 tip Ladi Auxilia York who have Boston last week to see an Eye 1 i �?--32-3op quire of r. G. Stiles Barton. Mtg Ropper at the bad by cot Lake House for two wlm started a one of his Eye was causing is Visi Calams. Tage Foster s Grove Westmore. On on their return borne monday. A Eal of trouble. The farm. A ass also a i be ,-�.v to rent store and three to of september 1st. Ladies George Wiley a been am loved a piece of steel Fri mrs. M. Salmon of Rockl be. Visiting at Sah non a Rock Hill characters. Chester w. Clark mrs. E. M. Page Mabelle King. Committee. 43tf for conveyance m Jatia mock a a a own. A i ase �5 store suitable for Milline a Rory. Desiring Iee Cream per Barber shop or mrs. F. S. Foster or mrs. G. M. A stand. Rooms up one flight Hunt in see a Able for lawyers it rental or doctors. . Season so arrangements May made. Should the it a i Home i o of More rears. A in for lawyers it Xai or made. Should the a Stidson Albany office or a glut Housek in a a a a the supper will be. _ a0-3� rented singly or i a to Rio the shot. Barton of can run. 5j of Han sandwiches. Greensboro free i Nee kindly est to a put of h. W. Giuins who a a f r mrs g. All right i or. A l. Bickford returned Home i Gerald a i boxes 1 i Ork from for dinner. I North Trot lost lost ? Abib to of the Man. I Bury and Newport a talk it Over. 1 notify Monitor office. I 12 Between St. Johns a piece be Keg in Der go my Kucner lost either at Barton or Orleans or on Road Small enamelled Gold heart pin. Suitable Reward to finder. Notify mrs. G. Myers. Westmore. In lost Ziy 3rd, near who ies St a Orieana suitcase containing George e. Morse who a toc Ettus been made District manager for a a a. P. Hood so. Son interest held at the evening and the respect citizen school dance wih be this week in a a cd at w to i is Penoi a few Daya Lowell i sturday very much improved Emmr Souther a life it it a a Reid to i eth. _ cd respected citizen of a Haro. Died at he to on is spending some time visiting Friend there was a Small attendance at the g. G. Meeting held with Misa Edith Dewing August 21. George Drew and Tom Marnock Are enjoying an Auto trip to Boston visiting Friend and relative. The Excelsior class will meet with mrs. Joel Christie Friday the 27th. A full attendance is requested. Chester Clark and mrs. Eliza Page from Wilmington mass., recently visited in the Clark neighbourhood. Miss Nellie Dewing who has been spending the summer with her sister in Barre mass., has returned Home. Mrs. James Lincoln and two daughters Lois and Vesta of Barre mass. Are visiting her father h. A. Dewing. Or. And mrs. Thomas Dunne and sons of Springfield mass., who have been visiting her aunt Nora Salmon have returned Home Harry and Charles Omstead an family from Greensboro also or. Mabel Perkins from new Hamps wre were present at the Clark reunion. The woman s Union will serve dinner at the vestry Friday sept Ernect 3. All member Are requited to bring Needle and thimble As there Aro tacks to tie. Or. And mrs. Frank Bosl Charles Gilbert and mrs Dorothy Gilbert of North Troy have a Tunn de Home after spend my the week with her sister mrs. A. L. Stone. Or and mrs. Luther Brool m get de to St. Johnsbury with Roy Taft the past week. Or. Brookw was ent at the bail duet of employees. Rhia he enjoyed very much. Or. And mrs. Archie Stone mias try Nen it. Tel Yire of 71 Vears. Hoyt Johnson visited he sunt mrs. Once More Deen canes to mourn us for the last week the own by i son Wilmer South Harry Stanton St Joe s Pond the loss of one of our esteemed Meir a it in till farm was is grandchildren a past week. Hugh care be it therefore Reso Vej a chasm a or al there will be no Grange meeting that my i have returned to their Home in al i Bany after camping a week at Oan Harold Coapland of Concord n. H., a al s Pond in Salmon Bros a Sunic Sida i i. Whereas we a a Grange have once More been called to mourn the he Hoyt Johnson visited i sunt mrs. Joe s a Quot Street in that the. Three City. After remodelling Given about september and converting it into a each farm. No Grange meeting that in i death we not Only Kofi a a a Large Circle of friends until september 16, when the Pomona the toss of one order funeral service will be Idle a her. Grange a extend to the fax Lily our head Elt sympathy in their Lud a a _. Family lose a kind husband Ami a 5si-sirs x. Brr to to a stand occupy one of com probed at the congregation a prof x �?~1 bereavement also that a co f of b. Al Church sunday morn my and next when a Man Tell i wife that 1 John Dougherty and fan Fily from resolutions be placed on of re a a sunday Rev d. K. Snyder will speak some woman that Shn has in fun a or what every boy knows ii that the. Rev. S. F. Anbach who was sex about was a fall dolled up a we that Jonn Doug nerdy Ana Lamity irom resolutions be placed on of. Ros Imit re Newport were present at the reunion. Cords one sent to the friends a on be thinks i at e. L. Clarks. It snub listed in the Orleans county Lon Crispim 4 mrs. D. E. Danforth will teach the i for. Fit swatter with it Edge is i Perm to preach sunday evening a he he Given a Good a Des Cripi of a vat improvement Over the old with i mrs. I in a hark called Hosne to the other Wood to i a ties a Fly Andy Large Dpi Artmont of the Village Torino cd a a Ingle. Fry Hwi Jia a Sui to snot. I cobol this fall. Signed. Isabelle bean com. R

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