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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Mon Tori vol50-no .34 Barton Vermont wednesday August 25, 1920 single copies is cents. Schools open monday. Revision of Check list.0b advertising farm Bureau has secured club Leader advert we a. A sffyj11 meet at the town clerk August 27, 1920, in theatt f11 veins to revise theto be used at the septem ber primary elections. Anyone wish ing to vote at this election get you came on the Check list. As previously announced in these columns Barton Academy and Grade school will open monday. Prin. . Merrill will be in his office at the Academy building Friday and Satur Day Forenoon to consult with Stu dents and. Parents relative to courses of study. Everything is favourable for a Large attendance and successful year. Milo r. Bacon will conduct the boy s and girl s club in count for 7,71 cock 5 and heifers. G 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 the red Cross society. Or. W. of st. the sur Geon and local physicians operations a e the result of the examinations conducted by there. Cross in the schools last Spring just previous to their closing. . W. Reirden president of the local red Cross mrs. Sadie Cowles and . T. Seaver have been leaders to this movement which should resulting lasting Benefit to those children who were operated were moved into the school building As temporary quarters but All the patients were taken Home be fore night. 2tf is. Barton local notes baseball billets. Barton seems to be meeting with a Streak of losses having followed it defeat at the hands of Sherbrooke by losing to the coloured giants of Mont real 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 h. 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 by a score of 19 to 14, in a heavy con test. " the Orleans fats will play a return game in Barton soon. Today Barton is meeting the fastest. 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. Fin upright p Ano. Rec c Price $50. W. N. Airland mrs. M. K. Clow spent a the Clark King reunion at Glover. The 17th annual meeting of the Lark and Kindred families association was held at s. Noble Clark s thursday August 19th, and was very enjoyable occasion. The Day was Ideal in every were 147 present. Tables were set in the Shade of the Maple Trees where they were bountifully spread with an abundance of Good things to eat. After dinner the meet ing was called to order by the presi Dent e. L. Clark. Prayer was offered by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson a song was Sung by Sev eral of the singers. Remarks spark 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. Hutchin son Stephen King or. Hubbard an4anson Clark. Or. E. W. Clark. Stephen King and George w. Clark were appointed nominating commit tee. Officers elected were. President. A. P 32-34pw. M Boston aiass., recently. The Wells family entertain. A most interesting and novel entertainment was Given in the Metho-? ch1331 Friday evening Byth Ewells family of Attleboro , family consists of or. An mrs. Wells and Fourt children the oldest child being Only 14. The pro Gram consisted of Reading by and instrumental solos duets trios and full orchestra by the Chil Dren. Miss Esther Wells presided at i e amen jr., mor 1 5 and Rej roster ? sinbad Glover. Lotf c. L. Erwin was a recent visit a r the borne of his Mother in be new lot just the Orleans county farm Bur Rea Uhas been successful in securing the services of a 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 col lege class 1920, where he had a general agricultural training with special work in the Extension course of that College. has also consid Erable experience in practical Agri culture having lived on a farm nearly All. Of his life and had recently had valuable experience in fruit and Dairying. From his qualifications itis expected or. Bacon will make a very capable and successful boys an girls club Leader. Raich Ham mrs. C. M. Sanborn of Danville is visit inst her grandson. Al w Stitik at to of Ltd mrs. Hoffis Allard and Dante a Lyl .j1 pjthtk2 Sali t Venice yearling and two Jer Beatrice Are visiting in in Rush "s8jl3t . Linc Albany. It. " have done credit to those of Olderr. Wright who spent a few a ears showed much ability and Carei i training. All who attended this entertainment Felt Well ? a l r Urnis Aeu mrs. County congregational picnic called off. The Orleans county congregational picnic first scheduled for August 6 and later for september 3, has been cancelled chiefly owing to the in ability to secure the prominent congregational leaders it was expected t get for sneakers. Or. Herring gen or Al Secretary who was recently drowned was to have been one of the sneakers. This move was taken Only after consultation with congregational leaders in the county. 1 1 id Pearl us st. 25tf Agan in Barton tuesday night. X Frank w. Agan of Ludlow the wet candidate for governor is to hold a Public meeting in Seaver s Hall tues Day evening of next week the Only appearance or. Agan will make i Orleans county. will be accompanied by judge Skeels of Ludlow both men making an Here or. Agan goes to Island Pond for wednesday evening an from Island Pond to Lyndonville for thursday evening and st. Johnsbury Friday evening. I i i i 1 i r 1 1 1 i 1 i t t j r i i r i r t i t i t 1. I i i i l a ill five reentered Jer i i3 inc 7 Neuer caves. To Siisi tested Ana u. K. M every his Home. Mrs. Charles Clogston was called to Newport last week by the death other father Benjamin Watkins. Mrs. M. J. Wright has returned Toher Home after working at Westmore for several weeks. Or. And mrs. Shedd and Hala were in Craftsbury tuesday to attend or. Dillingham s funeral mrs. C e. Buswell of Boston mass., was the guest of her Parent sin Derby this week. John Frechette was in st. Johns lie Roro Norrs tor . T. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. 10.30 preaching service. Subject of Sermon. "appropriate."what? when Why who 11.45 sunday school 6.00 Christian Endeavor. Held at or near Beach on Crystal Lake weather permitting. 7.00 evening preaching service. All Welcome. 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 plan 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 Small farm near Hon. Chester w. Clark vice presi Dent mrs. Martha Paige Secretary miss Isabelle Clark treasurer Chirk Borland chaplain Anson Clark executive committee s. Noble Clark 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 enjoy Able occasion for All. Those from out of the state were or. Ezra w. Clark of Brockton. Mass., Hon. Chester w. Clark Ani mrs. Eliza m. Page of Wilmington. Mass., or. And mrs. William Studley and daughter Irma and Francis shone of Woburn mass., mrs. Mabel be Perkins of Lake or n. Mrs. Marv King of Agawam mass or. And . Mason of Grove " ton n. H., miss Burpee of Boston. Mass., and or. Hubbard of Brook is Lri to car. Never failing it i civic and ram. Address ii a r. X it Deli Var d. 2- methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. M. A. Turner. Pastor regular services will be held again next sunday. Morong service 10.30 o clock. Sunday school at 11.45. Epworth league at 6 p. M. Preaching at 7 p. M. Thursday evening service next week As usual missionary society Al Small farm in South hlasl0vsfeek f0r a will meet with Ijar vie. Lavod due cogs. Boston & Maine Advance fares. The general passenger agent of the Boston & Maine Railroad has is sued the following notice of and Vance in passenger rates on thursday August 26 1920. Passenger fares and Carges except wholly within new York state and Between Points in the United states and Canada except local one a y i is Sci t g in away obliged to w Day . A. Hubbard of Brookline j has been visiting his Uncle o. week. Irs rred n. Bilodeau has just Nite past returned from new York City where unacknowledged pledges for the work of the club Leader in the county Are As follows j previously acknowledged $1421.00 i tic Cesser Fouth Albany.34-3 6 p u 03 rent my builds k Village known As the c. E. Buswell jr., of Boston mass she a 3 bought new millinery goods w. L. Dustan no. Craftsbury $1.00nation wide suffrage for of the Federal woman to be held and and son Wayne were guests at the for her Winter opening Home of his parents this week. I Friday and saturday. And round trip Intra Canada fares Josz ims. Eco pred with electric suffrage amendment was completed 2.00 3.00 1.00 kidneys pharmacy Orleans. W. Spear Newpor Morrill Hill school Irasburg Fred Waterman Orleans Iii Siccie and Spring water s ri5 Rorn c. Kimball t 20tf 1.00 t2 one Chevrolet rat wednesday with favourable action bythe legislature of Tennessee. The vote in the House was 50 to 46. The Senate last week Friday adopted ratification by a tote of 25 to 4. Speaker Walker in an attempt Mohave the favourable action reconsidered changed his vote to is privileged to Call up the Resolution for reconsideration at any time within the next few Days. And pcs Al Cen Disien. Also one balls t tie a smile with Chuck Cen 2 tel a Etc p. W. ,5rnc re of mrs. E. C Freeman of Springfield Fred c Kinsey of West Hartford mass., is taking a vacation with her j conn., is in town a few Days visit Mother mrs. Laura Mcfarland. Ling his parents and other relatives. Mrs. Julia Seabury of Waterbury j l. C Smith and daughter of North was a guest at the Home of n. D. I Troy and or. And mrs. A. F. Gro Martin several Days this week. Of South Walden were guests at the or. And mrs. Will Hawkins and Ilsc or mrs p last Smith baby of Orfordville n. Are guests of her Mother mrs. Burton Wing. J news has been received by friends of the birth of a son Fred Allen to. And Exabee misses Margaret mrs. A b. Porter Nee Mau Cowles of Saxton s Kiver Nave been a or it a Hubbard at Aberdeen. Utne $1429.00 we want about $200 More to close this matter up. Come on you folks who have been waiting. We have Aleader now. is Here. is get ting Busy. Get Busy yourself and let Gilpin Hunt & co. Inc., know what you Are going to do. Line mass. Friends were also pres ent from Newport Orleans Barton Glover Greensboro Stannard whee lock Lyndonville st. Johnsbury an Swanton. Letters were receive from mrs. Abba flood Alta Vista Kansas mrs. Hattie Bassett Rush More Minn. Mrs. Julia Thompson miss Addie Clark and miss Juh Woodard of Washington d. A mrs. Sara Powell Bloomfield n. J. Mrs Geneva Clark Fisher Wollaston mass. Or. Charles f. Clark of pres que Island me. Mrs. Abba Clark Figi Sutton neb. Or. And mrs. By Ron Hopkins Ord neb. It was suggested that the Beautiful Flowers that decorated the tables be sent to the cemetery and placed on the Graves of Grandfather and grandmother Clars in i .5, ? twill be increased 20 per cent. Tickets will be honoured As follows one a y 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 aug ust 26 60-ri de monthly tickets 46-ri de Pupil s following tickets will not Beho nored after August 26 12-ri de unlimited form ticket 12 and 15-ri-de workmen s ticket workmen s three months tickets 25-ri de family three months ticket round trip or tourist tickets sold prior to August 26, and upon which the going passage has not m she 50 erds about three a or fax Weed at r. A Sid Kwiim North of Newport. $3.50 Journ ment wa3 taken after the vote until 10 a. M. Thursday.0. B. Cars. Guy Glover. Tif by the favourable action of the Tennessee legislature 36 states the required number have voted for ratin Salz -2 rebuilt Ford Road Holland Jay Lackey has an Uncle visiting him. Ira Batchelder and wife spent the week at his father s. Mildred Brewer is working in the fiction thereby a franchising 27,- commenced. By that Datea. 1 lil3 tearing with starter 2tc ring. These cars 000,000 women. Women can now s 20th. Congratulations. Daughters of Are voting m Sorne time Here and at Wilth Mcdonald Home on main Street soph by make. is now connected or. And mrs. F. A Scott and miss with the Boston state Hospital he Ethel Scott of so Merrille mass., Are twill return sunday with his Mother guests this week of miss aft Ian Scott. Weather the past week has Ruff of Rochester. N. A is a i Kari much cooler and there was a Ana Grandfather and Viranam Otner i x i j. Is a revote in the coming primaries and nar l m i ? cd condition a3 they x lockets Suoi eci 10 redemption we be redeemed at passenger traffic de Keg and others of the Clark Ana w ,1 if mrs of Mill a National election for presidential elect rear tent. Lioom. T. I sort station. A v Chverha led and paint a. T. Lawson Newport. I6tf ors. L w Chester w. Clark. Mrs. Eliza &l.Boston, or prior to september 60,mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt presi ?3 Sals of . Truest at the May Home. Mrs. War Page and miss Mabelle King were appointed a committee to draft resolutions. Resolutions were As Fol Dent of the National american woman suffrage association who said in a prepared statement tel i Gnu 1920, upon presentation to ticket agent at station where purchased. Corporal Elmer n. Buswell j s Snir water he i Vinn Ner is also spending a few Days at Home. Or Darioti Nelson spent seve flows office at the Creamery. Or. And mrs. George Moulton Are visiting at we. Graves. George Tice and miss Ethel Sham pan y were married August 8th. Charles Mcgivern spent the week end at his Home in Derby line. Carl Addison and family of bos ton Are visiting mrs. Hattie jennes3. Arthur Palin and Mildred Gray our mothers began it. So it came heavy rainfall sunday. The not Damp weather hastened the potato rust and the rust hit some Grain also. Mrs. P. C bobbins started on her return journey to California the first of the week her sister mrs. M. Since the last assemblage of our Cluj to Miles from bar on to us As in a Way a sacred Trust 1 with her room mat e. Miss the following sketch of a former association the following named per Bart on boy who lost his life in the sons intimately connected with us to 1j i1. T e t 3rr-sa Raj in property. Also Iso Pali a Parlin. At Island Pond last Yucca in and pasture. . Brunning acc Mamed her As tar As and a great part of our rejoicing to Day in the hour of Victory i3 com pounded of our feeling of loyalty to the past and our satisfaction that behave stood faithful to our i Bellows Falls where they will visit Ca. Istir 311s363 Alice Iau to trip be returned to new y Ork after j Vonu War is Laura a recent by members my or the ties of ,Issue of doings of a a Little Maga have been called to the final Reward Zine issued in the interests of com 0f their life work Caleb a. Clark Pany d of the unit in which Young 1 John e. Lawrence mrs. Ida w. Wood Buss Ell was serving. Ward mrs. Sarah l. Seavor Rev. We have All met Fellows who from i Ora Samuel Gray. Fred a Leavitt. Were married August 19th. Con. 1 it was 51 years ago that the Woan immense crowd was present is to fsr for my mtg a spending two weeks at the Home a Ftp Ascot 200 customers also Lee. Men of the National suffrage association began what was to be known As a 50-Ye a Long Campaign to get the in the Shadow of this bereavement ii to in Serviz . Me very nest time you their acquaintance you feel you have made to Tea Toj Herd of 20 cows Congress of the United states to Pas spily been placed on a Federal suffrage amendment. Con prof and mrs. A d. Merrill and son have arrived in town and Are occupying a tenement in the Nute House on Park Street letters Are advertised at the bar press has been import Ned Lor the we inscribe this sentiment on our records i one of those lives had extended far beyond the age of four score and ten. The others seemed to have been Are maturely taken. But whether 52ra, Newport it. A intend. Very rank straightforward and when they make a state ment you know they mean it and Willback it up. That s the Type of Man our old pal big Buzzie was. From amendment by the women even be fore that but 1869 marked the or Sci us a. F. R tit tit inv. At the auction of the Barton Auto Exchange thursday and the used cars were All sold As advertise Thos e who bought got excellent values. Or. And mrs. M. M. Byington who left the cottage at Willoughby Lake on monday were delayed for repairs on the motor from going to their Home in Charlotte on tuesday As they intended. Or. And mrs. George Grant of Bennington former residents Here we Reimt for several Days at the Home a animation of the National with the the first Day he joined a company i Wio a r or Shorter if the divine Purta Mart so Stor y clock ton Post onic e for Sitt r rooms upstairs Urs miss Florence Ostrout mrs. I of rooms downstairs f Florence Rector. 1 fcss3,. Yet the ladies society of the Congre he the Lsssie National Church will serve be. Cream f cake i the Park this evening be avowed purpose of securing surrage by National legislation. Now that is All Over the feeling of ceaseless Ness is probably the sen grat lations. " or. And mrs. John Hall a. R. Hall and family were callers in new Ark Over sunday. Mrs. Oral Corliss and children of Island Pond have been visiting her father h. W. Wheeler. Or. And mrs. O. L. Kelley and family spent sunday in East Charleston with his brother Parker Kelley. Morgan Center mrs. Addie Hill is working for mrs. T. J. Cargill mrs. Rufus Brown of new Jersey is visiting at Ira Brown s. T. G. Gilman wa3 at Hyde Park this week on a business trip. Grace Caswell ha3 gone to Averill to work at the hotel As table girl miss Jennie Elliott i3 quite ill or. was very popular and after he j pose was accomplished their live was made Corporal it was just the were rounded and Complete . Up and doing All the Tims be who remain Are made better and the officers of the company knew and Are strengthened in every Worth that Corporal Buzzell s squad was on act by their examples and the Mem i i. Wco l ginning at 7 o clock. The Job for he was fighting for their Ory of their Christian to i u r Tot is in of of or a a w White who Acorn station uppermost with us All. Ana perhaps it 13. Ju3t As Well that it should be. For women cannot Stop. The National cannot Stop. With a new purpose the purpose of making the vote Register for an improved citizenship the women of the nation Irr. Jars. a Toju " to ,7ref-Zera tor. Snow Reading mass recently called on companies them on their return.5 Sucre clothes horse her re Luves John and Clara Bam their daughter miss Isabel Grant i1. To it us Tva i of Atra in or vital Lake Chester w. Kiark mrs. E. M. Page Mabelle . Interest All the time. Hard work was his Middle name and his promotion to Sargeant was shortly due him. When the first de Tail was sent Over at chateau Thierry Buzzie went with them and the re ports that the boys of that detail bring Back of his deeds speak vol a 1 Hardwick. I Grove with miss Amy and Al Are already Unea up under a , the league of women there was a Small attendance Tevan syium Clarence Willey is working in the Sawmill Rev mrs John Willey of Irasburg were the g. G. C. Meeting held with miss Edith Dewing August 21. Callers at a Okaoa a c. A. Currier of Philadelphia a George Drew and Tom mar Nocks. J. Kitle is doing Carpenter work Umes of Nis courage Ana he was seriously wounded and taken prisoner he never let up a min Ute. Efforts were made to find some Are enjoying an Auto trip to boston13 to Jerg is six. " for the seus. Kaj. Visiting friends and relatives. I h ict"1 ?011 of lumber tv3,? in 4-lt de a-4 ,3 l Bunches of a o and Casines. This hici62 fro 1 e pil13 Sorn i1 a n Good con Home of his Mother were is we i m Dorothy Rye of Derby re Trace of him but it was t until after Ana Caa Gaier Rentle visited 3irs. V. Whys. The Excelsior class will meet wit summer. .1 Raymond Foster dislocated a Fin a r it n pc map has had the shed Ball saturday. Mrs. Joel Christie Friday the 27th.a full attendance is requested. Greensboro George Spiers u better than a few Days ago. The schools in town will open Mon Day August 30., or. Albert Kinney is recovering from hi3 recent illness. Saturday the Greensboro Ball team went to Cabot to play and was Defeated 10 to 2. Frank Noyes from Wisconsin is visiting his Mother and sister on the old Home farm. ? i v i Hardwood floor in the rear of her House torn m mrs. Roscoe Smith of r t.1 c tii3 lot at $50 tet a at str t an aug icon bus a v i ccx3 i Chester Clark and mrs. Eliza Page from Wilmington mass., recently visited in the Clark neighbourhood. Miss Nellie Dewing who has been which will afford two tenements instead of miss Ida Lapierre is visiting her Elie of Island Pond i3 attending her. L. In Wheeler of Concord n. H., is staying with hi3 brother it a. Wheel or. Beatrice Bushaw of East Charles ton is visiting her aunt Josie Good Sill this week. Mrs. Elmer Judd i3 at Island Pond thi3 week staying with or sons Harry and Grifford. Mabel Dwire of West Charleston is a guest of s. It Blake s this week and visiting her relatives Here. Mary Elliott and l. Wheeler spent last Sabbath at Derby with her daughter mrs. C. E. Sanborn. Professor Henderson s brother Here this week and sister mrs. Horace Jones near w est spending the summer with her sister 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 company from the Start and the Type of Man every one is proud to Call his Friend and Glover will Leonard has returned to Chi Cago. ,. The schools of town open monday August 30. Mary King from Springfield mais is visiting in town. Or. E. W. Clark visited at e. La miscellaneous lure poultry. 18tf t v at Carton returned from a a. Port me. Or. And mrs. Joe Smith of More land. A recently visited at a. Miles and called on . B. Week s visit to friends in Burlingto the Middle of the week re r f. Florence and or. An Date Ana or. W. A. Leland and mrs. W. J. Monteith were callers mrs. Dufur took an Auto trip to Wil Tkv once laundry in Lyndon and st. Johnsbury loner Jbv Lake wednesday to Zwir. Ukr Mac Emery. Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-1 l. Daniel a Baas . 9x1 notice car of new Brunswick shingles just arrived All ra4e3price right. E. A Cook Barton. 2otf insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil Lage real estate. Any one having til Lage real estate they wish to sell eau on f. W. Baldwin Barton. 33tf or and mrs. Frank Florence of Providence a 1 visited friends Mist. La or. And mrs. O. A. Grow motored improved some of their houses with a mat of paint. E. Aldrich did the 5a spinners Eash. Town a few Days last Weic r a from Harlev Haines went Clark s the past week. Lenna Lawrence visited at e. L. Clark s the week in d. Noble Clark and family motored to Morrisville fair tuesday. V Vay car work. Tvs my a Are staying at their cottage Withers. Gregory. S. Ora Foster who Haa been Here caring for her Mother the past two months returned Home last wednes Day to Manchester n. In the plumbers Are at work on the or and mrs. Ben Mason visited at or. And mrs. Adelbert Converse or. And mrs. L a. Drown and or. And mrs. A c. Emerson motored to tha White mountains sunday. T. ? v work l 1 Mea. Con Stock. Rynn Vurr Albert Merriam s recently. Mrs. Elmer Martin is slowly recovering from her Lone illness. Notice get your sawdust at thei Sreh and Wessell Khol & Gross Barton a e. To Siter cottage and the nouse Ini ram. It lasts. Wired for electric lights and a Gar Helen Johnson and Eva Darling vis2. Exp Esita ten a i pc incr built two stories High in Barre mass., has returned Home. Mrs. James Lincoln and two Daugh. Ters Lois and Vesta of Barre mass Are visiting her father ii. A. Dewing. Or. And mrs. Thomas Dunne and sons of Springfield mass., who have been visiting he aunt Nora Salmon have returned Home. Harry and Charles Omstead and family from Greensboro also mrs Mab Elderkins from new Hampshire were present at the Clark reunion. The woman s Union will serve Din Ner at the vestry Friday september 3. All members Are requested to bring Needle and thimble As there a tacks to tie. Or. And mrs. Frank Gilbert and miss Dorothy Gilbert of North Troy have returned Home after spending the week with her sister mrs. A. L. Stone. Or. And mrs. Luther Brooks motored to st. Johnsbury with Roy Tatt the past week. Or. Brooks was pres ent at the banquet of employees Vrbica he enjoyed very much. Or. And mrs. Archie Stone miss Frances and master Gerald Stone have returned to their Home in Al Bany after camping a week at Dan Iel s Pond in Salmon Bros Sunnyside House. Whereas we As a Grange have once More been called to mourn the lots of one of our esteemed members Hajeh Carr. Be it therefore resolved Hanson Barton. Item at st. Johnsbury the past week17tf and sleeping rooms Are being finished to Cabot saturday to attend the old Home week Celebration in that town. Thursday the Lyndonville team played with the Home team in Dufur Field and won the game with a score of 7 to 2. Fred Rollins left town Friday morning for Saratoga. N. Y for a few Days Stop before going to his Home in Hyde Ark mass. Mrs. Cheff and Chitren from n new York who have been at the Caspian Lake House for two weeks started on their return Home monday. George Willey has been appointed trustee for the Greensboro free Library in place of h. W. Ginis who resigned when he moved to burling to rent the willing workers club will hold a meeting at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon of this week at 2 o clock. Members please bring their record books for inspection a la Mem Bers try and come As there is import ant business. L the ladies auxiliary will have a Sandwich supper at the Bailey cot Tage Foster s Grove Westmore on the evening of september 1st. Ladies please bring cake or sandwiches. Address p. O. A a to rent tenement to rent. Of r. G. Stiles Barton. Ztt32-3 3pa5 to off Over the garage. L. A. Wheeler took Bert Gilman to Boston last week to see an Eye specialist As one of his eyes was causing him a Good Deal of trouble. The doctor removed a piece of steel from his Eye and he thinks now it will be All right in a few Days. Lowell to rent store and three rooms Ater set sub jts st m a Brock Barton. Steam heated. G suitable for millinery grocery. Eau pm ,, Coset ice Cream parlor Barber Stop or Iru to f t f c. Foster or mrs. G. Or. And mrs. Loom Jackson Are visiting his sister mrs. Joseph fran Cis. M. C. Salmon of Rockledge Flats visiting at Salmon s Rock Hill farm. Mrs. Alberta Loomis As it Ted at s. N. Clark s during the Clark and King reunion. Mrs. Ii. L. Bickford returned Home saturday very much improved i health. Harold Coapland of Concord n. In is upending some time visiting friends in Johnson visited his aunt met. Harry Stanton at Joe s Pond the Pat . Tra Toifl to no Cora n Era to Fino Frisht and suit Hunt in season so arrangements May ton. 1. Mac r s More years Andson. Albany. Be made. Should the evening Rainy the supper will be held at Theale for lawyers dental or doctors office or Light housekeeping. May be rented finely or to gather. Appl Bradford clothes shop Barton of the masquerade was Well attend Wilbur Souther a me Pinz re aet. Evening and the next and respected citizen of this town pc Hooks will be this week Fri died at Home on the evening Oto v 1 . Re a for weeks Ftrf--Church.30-3 4psjst Forian Lorms boxes of 5j3 Var work fromt-3 ? a jar for dinner. From Newport. Fering with apoplexy. Or. Soui Neulist week the George y. Simpson had reached the age of 71 years. lost farm was. I. That in his death we not Only suf Fertz wages de a traits of the Man. Until september 1c, when the Pomona. The u of one of our order but the lost june 12 Between st. Johns Bury and Newport Side piece belong ing to a wooden bed. Finder please notify Monitor office. 2ztf North Troy George e. Morse who has recen Lyben made District manager for the h p. Hood & sons interests in this Section of the state has purchased of mayor a. T. Gardner of Newport a. Double Home situated on cottage Street is that City. After remodelling the property and converting it into three apartments or. Morse will move to Newport and occupy one of them family lose a kind husband and Fame ets Here. Lost either at Barton or Orleans ii a 12 talc it co or lir 3itf fac t the entertainment Given by the Glover girls club at Dana Clark s proved a Success John Dougherty and family from l. Wrim of . J for Tot to the Juwah cemetery.conn., preached at the congregation j i re Neh sunday mom in or and next s a Shin a Man tells his wife that or on Road Small enamelled Gold breast Tutt. Sni Tahle Reward to under. Not ther. Resolved that the Glover Grange extend to the fair your Hea Felt sympathy in their audd m bereavement also that a the resolutions be placed on or re Cordis one sent to the friends an 1 one published in the Orleans county Foj mrs g. C Myers Westmore. Iw4 a imral. Present at the reunion Lack Jersey sunday or d. K. Snyder will speak j ome woman that in a inured Newport were Rev. S. Of , who was sex about was All dolled up he thinks at e. L Clark every boy knows is thit the1 owner i i s jui7 oru. Liar v Luoie a Danforth will teach thefil swatter with its padded edges scr of i a if a damages store Orleans suitcase containing j in p a i a child s clothing. Finder notify John a of the Village Jpe fed to preach sunday Evet veg was m a Given As Goon a Olsen Pton of i or. K. With mrs. Ache Hack called Home to the other woman s clothes Ai anybody Large department Frye Trig me Friday f Wotila want. J to cobol this fall. Vast improvement Over the Oia us . Yita Beile bean cora.34-3 p Duffy Orleans r d. 2. Lip fashioned Shingle

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