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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49-no. 50barton, Vermont wednesday. December 15. 1920 single copies 5 cents. _a55lfi�d aum aisig5 w r be a ?<l this a word for a Erst inst Joc Are. C wibe of a. It a a a Fri a in. Of cd a a for Sale . 1 dry stove Wood. Barton 4stf Barton Academy notes. Ool closes for the Christmas a december 17, and opens Txie Day january 4. Graded school he joined the Cross and each student is wearing a Cross pin. Be new Basket Bau game on the sule is at Craftsbury january 19th, 1921, and the Boris Are in Hopes Rne the Orleans on Jan the Crawford Adaam Ca. The improve sent club is evidently f More about Sabbath Observance. Fanny t. May. Be death of miss Fanny t. May nary 13th, at Orleans. T 1. Sewing Cid it met last Domestic science Truett. Phone i8-21. Or room. Miss Marjoris Luce from the of state office and or. Bacon the coun i zone sled a a i Cam sleds. Chris Bell program consisted of Demon Cam silos. stuns of fancy stitches by Nellie of vah and Mildred Langevin. The a a a Rabbitt bound. January 13 a no .1. Price $35. To. Johnsbury. ? is Glover. 4-50 i a a an Active r Bare just read the article entity Xuc a a Aisa rms us x. , Way of a r a a a a Day Observance a in Monitor which occurred at her Home in this trainmen of tto High class Rater it is rather amusing to me a rom Village sunday morning december a a a Catholic to see Testai to blam 12th. Has Cain de uni in sorrow dices to Der Luis my the old Church for changing the throughout this Community in which House by the Sabbath Day and then join the her she was so Well known and loved. Is any-1 in keeping it. The writer says a your miss May became ill with tons itis 1 n com forefathers came to this country that november 12th, and although her to might have religious Freedom Progress toward convalescence had not k a to say to and worship god after dilutes of been As rapid As her friends had Hoo granted that de for her condition did not become pm pm caused alarming unto december 6th, when musical skill As or. I the seventh to be changed to sunday acute Bright s disease developed and Ura Ord Adams himself. Why should protestants pay any at in her weakened condition she was his to unique and tone Are wonder Tention to the Pope anyhow but go unable to respond to treatment for Ful White his rendition of both class a Bead and keep saturday it is their the and led steadily until the end. Hattte privilege t a Ltd Ligi members of the blame the Church if they Lack dons Freedom. Why Fanny the est child Sarah Theoda May was the Young a late Sanford and May my her life. Of the late Sanford and Salisbury Church with the exception of Brief absences. A car a ale nearly new Delaval r. No 17, also second Handi Ness. V. O. Miles. Bar 34-14. 37tf ?. hatched s. C. 1 m cockerel from Ferris a train Stock direct $3. Or. 50tf for sale�?1917 Model Ford it or i a body in Good run Tri Rizir. Also nearly new Roppelt i i. Piano in excellent con c. Jenkins. Orleans of let new double Home by association inc. --5 entirely separate r Ell a gated room al brr Avery it resting talk at the school Friday afternoon on the topic of a pm akm he most of he told of dog one thing and another in the Best Way one could and he spoke of Roosevelt As an example of a Man who made the most of life wherever he was. gave humorous notes with these topics which made them interesting. Or. Stone also spoke of visiting Winchester England one of the oldest schools and described the Way it was being carried on. Ical and popular selections Short of marvelous. Member _ audience asked for Many selections courage of their convictions which he played without music. Some briefly this is what the of these selections were Ava Marie teaches in regard to it. If the Bible has been passed in Barton. She at humoresque William Tell overture a the Only guide for the Christian tended school in this Village graduate a perfect Fey and Many other Classi then the seventh Day adventist is ing from Barton Academy in the class Cal As Well As popular and patriotic i by in observing the Sabbath with of 1903. After graduating she in the jew but the catholics learn what aged in teaching pieces. _ _ _ one number containing a touch of to do from the authority of the later engaged cleverness to amuse the Yonng Church which in apostolic times made clerical work event with a series sunday the Day of rest. Barton local notes mrs. N. R Underwood is assisting Perl Ejra a Quot Novelty store. Or. And mrs. S. O. Clark have mov a i to a farm in Glover. ,. ,. I c. S. Webster was in Boston on Jota a business Over saturday. Mgr., Orleans. 4stf Edna Hagar who has been quite a al is improving few handmade Wells of Coventry was a Reame state and Grade i a a Bax a. Pas 2c years. Wit Ter. A Low Price on these o. Mossman has retarded for a a. W. Talbert East a Hunting trip in Norton with a tone 4s-50 Deer. L the Barton american legion will a a one pair horses about hold a bail on Friday evening Decem la a sleds. 4 Feer her 31st. 49-50. Iii Moccas 1 a p Lyndon vice. Nearly new a pay no a. The guest of mrs. J. Hub a. Allyn Bishop will not be in his a it. T Burton studio Friday afternoon de a of. Cd a by 17. Or. Mrs. M Illiam Dow of Coventry for a time but stenographic and a several years ago she boys and girls present with a series sunday the Day of rest to Honor our was elected town clerk and treasurer of a recitations on the violin a a Little lords resurrection on that Day and which or office she held at the time of Jack Horner a a a Mary a Lamb and a to Mark off clearly the jew from the her death and the conscientious and half dozen others were included. efficient manner in whip she Dis or. Adams was very ably supported is it not strange that those who charged the duties of_1e office Toby miss Hinton a reciter of except make the Bible their Only teacher Gether with her unfailing Courtesy ional Merit who spent a year Over should so in trently follow m this won the resp and esteem of All. A ideas much of the time up a a the matter the traditions of the roman gifted with a Brilliant mind and front Between Thea charming personality uses Sig a gun positions not Only were her Annie m. Fisher. A readings excellent but her anecdote so pathetic she was a Teal fiend and and stories of experiences at the front tuesdays Gate. I in were interesting and True to life. Tuesday s rain and wind storm was attained to the welfare of methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. M. A. Turner pastor preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.45. Epworth league 6.00.p. M. Preaching 7.00 p. M. Prayer meeting on thursday evenings. December 26�?meeting of Junior league and Kings heralds societies. Congregational Church Nocca. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Bible study and prayer meeting study thursday at 7.30 p. M. Sunday december 19 10.30 morning worship Christunas music and Sermon. 11.45 Bible school classes for ajl 6.00 Christian Endeavor at 7.00 of clock mrs. King jul give a demonstration on medical missions instead of the regular service. ,. Duct kit a s null �u1v1 Blu ii a an tax per area Xuy tue we Kiaie Vul miss Ynot , gave a ten Jujj worst in the history of this the Community in which she resided did performance both As a soloist and fell nearly All Day and and was identified with Many of the As an accompanist. Craftsbury or. And mrs. N. Kinney were business visitors in Hardwick monday Mahlon Gage returned from Canada where he has been at work last week. Lloyd son of or. And mrs. Ernest Dunn broke his Arm just above the wrist thursday. Among the successful Deer Hunters were will Marckres Stephen Eliis _ Wells Wesley Stratton and from the Middle of the Forenoon in Relig Doris and social organizations of i Spring. Til almost dark the South wind blew Fjug Village and gave freely her i next sunday in accordance with Frt Thor Dav Momi in <n7>� to s sch Force that my damage time and strength to All. Although presidents wish the service will rated in the �?oc�kk>1 build Din caught building the surface far from Strong Physt suy her in in Honor of the Early pilgrims to Barton it ski a pfc rapidly and much of daunted spirit and cheerful nature in. A cd their first Christmas. Merrill s desk i search of Money. Melted. Tabled her to bring the Fame toe in i meeting sunday will be Morey had Leen lost on several Occa t be wind was so Strong Jet a thus asm to work and play alike and Wendall Hatch and Hilda riots and watch was kept to Tod out Ere act by to go be strove to make every a count stories on the subject Wil we the parties were the boys who the St to and found u int i for soviet Hing Good m the lives of Warren Dill and Gladyw to. At were to make Progress after putting those the whom she came in Contact. F were Caugh. M act were were broken by she was a devoted sister and the Teiker to the Industrial school at Vergennes. Where they were taken at e Utah $5c�o. M. Re. Tel 63-4. In 1. It. 0-/�j buckets with Galvani is dry a the guest of mrs. George h. Gorham h. Bates West Glover. Saturday. 50-ip Guy Sawyer who came from Lam 1 Donville a for a vacation has been Illey one Young mate Fox hut is better. Trained. A Dandy. Price. Mrs. D. J. Huntington spent the a irs class Fox and Rabbit week end with her husband at Shef-2 years old. Second to Field where be works. $30. Inquire of f. J. W. L. White who has been sick for West Burka r. D. 1. Seven weeks with typhoid fever is i now gaining rapidly. Or -. T to t g c. Lang has put in a Stock of j a my real of ods in the store recently vacated Glover Helen Johnson was Home from her school in Barton Over sunday. Or. And moved to the Wheeler place River Road. Company was Tom off. Carrying win iome on tuesday , a a Aii it electric Telephone and Tele Errath number of friends gathering to pay Junction. All change wires when it went to the ground. 1 tribute of affection and re or. And mrs. Ray Richardson of the s put All wire service out of com get. The officiating Clergyman was Sanford me., were m town Batur Mission to the South for several re. J. J. Hutchinson pastor of the Day. They accompanied the remains hours congregational Church of which miss a of Nellie Richart Teon from Sanford May has Long been a member. Many to the Home of her parents or. And have voiced the question Why so Beau a mrs. Walter Richardson of Albany. Leslie Bickford left last week for business was be from nera a a have voiced the question Why so Beau a mrs. Waiter Richardson c Over sunday. I response to the Call of i sudent useful a life should cease Leslie Bickford left last Simeon hark have Wilson for sustaining the Ives of Garv but those who knew her Mai Chester n. H., for a heeler place on the the starving thous is of it me realized something of her trip. 1.= there will be a Iris Mas offering a a a a biding Faith in the Quot goodness. Mrs. Villa Rich returned Home last taken at this Christmas tree. And i of of father j week from an extended stay in St. Greensboro Bend a it uld al St read the answer the Johns Burn a a Serene face and still form at rest. Walter Allen has finished work on among the Flowers she loved so Well the memory of her splendid Joy Nari so Alii Harley Silver is working for Ous life consecrated to a give a and set fiend a in Rexa Glenn Buck in the Coal shed. Vice will always endure m the Hearte a loved demonstration de i Bale or rent my real the store recent Barton Village consisting of by c l. 4 e. L. Hutchins Tes Trees facing the sufi Are. I p the a win 43tl evening next week m order to a and mrs. Harry White from have been visit a. White. 43tf evening next commodare Christmas shoppers. Notice to the people of Vjio ver i am prepared to do custom Butcher a a a a a shot Deer the Ping through the month of december. A a. C. Chase was in St. John sub _ Call and make arrangements. C. A. Attending court the first of the week. Keiton Glover. 48-49p j mrs. Edna Smith of St. John a a pea Gate in Jerusalem mrs. Mattie Spaulding and her was in the place on business children who have been stay i William Morrison has gone to ing at the Home of her Mother mrs. Maine to work until the first of feb a Ahna Chapman left Glover tuesday Rumary. A Windsor to join her bus is. Flora Collins has been spend the Follo icing is from the last Issue of the farm Bureau news. Canning meats fresh meats pork beef Lamb and a Eal receipt 1. Cut the raw meat into convenient Marie Woodworth Johnson Marie w. Johnson Only daughter of Rev. And mrs. W. C. Johnson passed away at the Home of her parents at Derby Tenter on tuesday dec. 7, 1920 at 10 of clock a. M. Miss Johnson was born dec. 27, 1885 at Derby her last illness and death took place at the old Homestead where she was bom. When her parents resided at Barton she attended Barton Academy from which institution she graduated in 1903. After her graduation she took up a course As a professional nurse in new York City later going to the homeopathic Hospital in Providence r. I. The last few years she spent in social and Church work cooperating with her father in his numerous pastorate in the Vermont conferences. About a year ago she submitted to an operation at the Royal Victoria Hospital at Montreal and White receiving sufficient help to enjoy the summer the return of her trouble was inevitable and caused her i Ness and death on tuesday last. There were Many Beautiful Floral tributes from relatives and friends a Beautiful song service wag impressively rendered by messes. Tracy and Brown of West Charleston parishioners of the United Church where or. Johnson has served during the last three years. The funeral was held thursday at the old Home in Derby Rev. L. A. Edwards of Newport officiating assisted by Rev e. Davidson and Rev. M. S. Eddy of Derby. The interment was in the family lot in Derby cemetery. These few lines were written by miss Frances Woodworth a Cousin who was with the family at the time of her decease. The landscape with Snow was whitened that Short december Day and the sound of murmuring Waters be to the chamber where Lay one who had faced death bravely and now without sigh or moan to a dwelling that hands never fashioned the soul of Marie went Home. But not alone was the journey for the Angels of Tod were there. And they tenderly guarded and guided with infinite love and care. The cherished and Only daughter to the portals that opened wide to give her abundant Entrance to the realms of the glorified. The knew that a heritage goodly was hers in the land of Light Wien the eyes that had closed to the Earth life awoke with a glorified sight. Now the spirit whose mortal body so weary with pain had grown. In the House of Many mansions at last has come into its own. I a Sale or rent farm 1 1 torys sugar and Apple or running water. 5ood House i Only two Miles from bar a the rage on Westmore Road. Good Arry on property. Also 180 1 Tod land and pasture j. M. A Barton. 16tf wanted ratted Uva poultry. Thick 18t� lasted�?20 tons of Good Stock w. Keating Barton. 49-50 j wanted at once a meat and fe7 Cook. Valley House Orlea wanted Scierka. Miss Vera Webster of Lebanon n. H., spent sunday with her Mother who has been quite ill but is better. Mrs. E. G. Freeman of Spring told a mass., came sunday to spend the Holiday season with her Mother mrs. Laura Mcfarian or. And mrs. E. D. Alger and or and mrs. Will Estabrook were guests at-4he Home of Harold Shedd in Szef Field the first of the week. Mrs. B. J. Lee has enrolled 285 members in the Junior Cross. This includes every student in Barton Academy and graded school misses Elsie Hibbard and Hala Shedd. Who Are attending Bay path Institute at Springfield. Mass. Are Home for the Christmas holidays. C. D. Folsom of Radville mass., and miss Sarah b. Cowles of new Van ted clerk men women j York City were both in town to at l for postal mail service $125 a tend the funeral of miss Fanny May. Experience unnecessary. For mrs. Fred Morrison of Saxton Scalars of examination write t River visited at the Homes of mr4. C. Former civil service exam a s. Webster and mrs. F. B. Tower a a t Continental bldg., washing gently. Mrs. Morrison and mrs. Web a. C. 49-50p Ster spent the week end in Newport. I on acco amt of the death of miss i ranted experienced teacher Fanny t. May the regular Meeg of a in sket new school apply to l woman a literary club will not i Banon. R. F. D. L phone 28-2.1 be held this week. A Short Humeas -8tf meeting will be Bem at the store of h. G. Perley tonight at 7.30 o clock. A a ted to hire or rent Small i there win be a Emerien ced Man. Myron farm Bureau 267, Barton. 35tf frito december i at 7 the past week. Mrs. Mary Robinson has finished Wheelock morning for we door to Jom her he Bandu Howard Spaulding who has position there. Gia ver comm unit Church pastor. Rev. John Kimball morning worship 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 m. Evening service at 7.30 p. M. The topic of the Sermon next Sun Day morning will be a a the three Wise work at or. Walkers and returned Home. At the evening service there will or. And mrs. Joseph Cyr and son be features appropriate to the Are visiting friends in Springfield Christmas season. Mass., for a few weeks. The annual meeting of the Excel there was a Good null a out to Sior class will be held with mrs. Kim the old folks dance last Friday even Ball at the parsonage wednesday of i ing at the m. W. A. Hall Lemoon. A the entertainment Given by the women a class last Friday night was largely attended and very mix re enjoyed or. And mrs. Hastings gave Ssu Greway through which it neral Allenby entered is a he real article writer says. Jerusalem has seven Gates and ing a few Days with her sister in Craftsbury. Three of the children in Fred Ful transportation problem handled at Leris family Are quite �o1 with Scarlet present As of old along purely East fever. Lines. There Are donkeys horses. Russel Kennison has been in North camels even carriages and the Hyde Park and Eden Deer Hunting j ubiquitous Olivver and All that traffic i needs More churches several musical selections which were How the practice of foot binding in followed by the play a Eye Tea party a China interfere with work of be Olden times a Given by 25 missionaries. Women. The quaint costumes added greatly to the effectiveness of the i linear measurement Mav play and the musical and Ekum tonary a near numbers were we received and applauded. Greensboro the town Library will be closed on Tiris Mas Day. Hugh Tebbie of Ryegate is Virit ing at George Spiers. Rev. Audrey Graham win preach than four or five inches oot brings to a Clinese be do when that Moman. For centuries chinese women have bound their feet. It was Only a few Short years Aeo that through the id Flat ice of Christian missionaries in the celestial Republic a Law was passed it Hitchcock. Dairy wild fish eggs and Pool pm a a a Ndue a Talon Dairying Rev. Audrey Graham will preach the celestial Republic a Law was passed the United pre Terian Chirch on a Srroh biting the practice of foot band december 19 and 26. J the Greensboro delegation in up future cener Atlon of China s Wom----2t Orleans a a a s s. Kelley Orleans. ,3 and give a taut on Oai express St a county agent abet will remarks. Everybody come. Make a All kinds of Friday night of this week. Subject prices and give go j debate a resolved that the farm a it me hear from yom e. Should be paid on the basis of an eight hour Day with time and a a a .--4 new England overtime. This topic win Quot a a action with to in Ron Call \ the afternoon study club met. A Cal ask mrs. Terence Pierce on thurs a also al. Kinds of a Wmk december 9. Twenty one Mem water St., Barton. Both visitor were present. 43tf the following most enjoyable prom was Given the music was by 3. Pierce on the Ange us wading do a a Tennyson mrs. Collison Ange a Enoch Arden Tenny on Wheelock mox main succeeded in getting four Deer last week. The next meeting of Caspian Lake Grange will be held december 30th. A go program is promised l. C. Heidger of this town a senior medical student at the University of Vermont has been elected Captain of the University Basket Ball team. Or. And mrs. N. Iser spent in will be free from the curse but the present Gene Raflo still suffers from get. The binding Becan in infancy and no to need to Rouen the years to maturity. The result was perhaps Gratifying to. The Oriental but it had it vexations for the missionary and still has. J to May seem strange that Mission Anes have any great concern Over the a concent Etea Nar Arall a at the Gates. Just As to increase its Force water used to be made to flow through a Small opening in the old fashioned tide Mills at Home. As for telephones who that can Shont from roof to roof and Down the echoing Street should trouble himself to whisper into a funnel my windows Are Well placed for i can watch the crowd thronging in and out of the Jaffa Gate writes William d. Mccracken in Asia. This is the widest opening the City has since William n of Prussia had it enlarged to permit his spectacular entry a symbolical pageant that he staged to represent his taking Possession of the holy City by agreement with the sol Tan in constantinople. But wide is the Gate which Lead eth into destruction. The real Jaffa Gate is a narrow one at the Side of the wide and this was the one used by Gen All by when he entered Jerusa Lem after its capture modestly on foot carrying the Cane that the British officer affects As his Only scepter of Power. This Gate is now closed with heavy Iron bars and will not be reopened until the exact political status of Jerusalem has been determined. Mayor not lightly chosen pieces and pack into clean hot Glass jars to within one Inch of top. One teaspoonful of Salt to each quart Jar. The meat May be covered with water if a Little More Stock is desired place rubber on the Jar and partially Seal. Sterilize in hot water Bath for three to four hours. Remove the jars Seal Cool and store in a dark place. Receipt in additional flavor May be Given to the meat by searing it in not pan on top of the stove. Excellent flavor is obtained by preparing the meat As for a pot roast and then cooking for one half hour. Pack this meat in clean hot Glass jars fill jars with one concentrated pot liquid or Gravy from the roasting pan add one Teaspoon of Salt to each quart Jar and proceed As in receipt i. Curing pork without sugar dry cured pork requires More work than brine cured though it is sometimes less expensive. Danger from rats and other vermin is less in the Case of brine cured pork. Both methods of curing Are very successful if care is taken to see that each operation is executed correctly. Dry cured pork for each 100 pounds of meat use 8 to Xmas Salt 3 pounds warm syrup 2 ounces Salt Petre 3 ounces Black Pep or and 2 ounces Pepper. All the above ingredients should be mixed together thoroughly. Rub each piece of meat thoroughly with this mixture and pack the meat in bulk on a clean floor or table or in a Container. In 10 Days break bulk and repack the meat. This is done to make the cure More uniform and to prevent souring. Allow the meat to cure five or six weeks. A rho a cured pork there Are Many different formulas for curing pork by the brine method but the receipt Given below if follow ill give very Good results West Glover John Borland and Harry Rowell were among the successful Deer Hunters. Miss Olive Metcalf of Iraq a spen websters. Clarence Wilson and Ross Wright returned from Groton recently each bringing a Fife Deer. Miss Floy Webster entertained several of her friends at a birthday party last wednesday evening. A Good time was enjoyed by All. Never be used. Stern cobs May be used but they Deposit Carbon on the meat keeping smoked meats unless the meat is to be used very soon wrap in several thicknesses of heavy clean White paper to protect it from the insects and hang in a dry Cool place. For Safe keeping wrap meat and apply yellow Wash As Given in Farmers bulletin 913, de closely t a a _ for each 100 pounds of meat use it 2% live Stock club work boys and girls interested in calves pigs lambs and poultry should make it their goal to get purebred registered Stock to Start in work with. The reasons for using purebred Stock Are first to it win Lay a Good foundation for future business second it will improve the Quality of Breeding Stock third they will become interested in Good Stock and learn How to care for same fourth they will Early develop comm mity Breeding for uniformity of product fifth they will derive a Standard product which will command More ready Market. There Are plenty of sources of purebred registered Stock throughout this county available for use in club work and financial support by several Banks for this coming year. Take it from me. What is it you must keep after giving it to else a your Nord. 8 pounds Salt pounds sugar or syrup 2 ounces Saltpetre 4 Gallons of water. In warm weather 8 or 10 pounds of Salt Are preferable. Allow four Days cure for each Pound in a Ham or shoulder and three i Days for Bacon and Small pieces. For Evait Tilp. A Lii noned Ham will take chief executive of City of London is called upon to fulfil Many requirement. Example a 15-Pound Ham will take 1. A Xua a sir Willani to soar. In hire Nutly i go Dava a d�6c6 of Bacon the past week Stowe mrs. Or. Png it listed Book a a lord mayor s us pounds. 30 Days visiting friends whole unless a Church Ren j to get a Deer. They returned Home conveniently in any chinese lond i is chosen before it is used so that it will be saturday evening. City it is impossible to get the own different manner from that Cool All the ingredients Are poured Early an currency. it in lians of Rhode is Anil i i Early Days or Erate Ltd a mint a a a. Or nay Liat Vraz a o it or Quot a of the United miscellaneous j us Reading a Enoch Arden Tenny fors hides mrs. Turner. This Reading was i interspersed with music of Anfu a i meeting of the club Intel a. I win be with mrs Jeanie Cutler on 1� am prepared to do bar december 30. I re nne in the re athe w c. T. A a. Met with mrs. John 1 old hotel Fred Doan tuesday. December la with four members present. The lev a to j a 1 meeting opened with Scop re be Tiv a Village and farm Rel it a a is by the president followed by Quot a Pon wis a to buy by mrs. Hanson Roll Cau places Call on w. B. Responded to with Christmas teat estate agent. Barton. I quotations. Rep Rte of the work 5 of the different states were Reador by mrs. Diaries Coder also a Paner and real Esq by mrs. Hanson. The meeting closed with the lords Pray to Bonds All kinds or Vii in state. Any one having Vil h they wish to see Earl a Baldwin fear ton. Theodore Roosevelt says a in this country to go to Church. Their actual world a Church less Tom Mummy wont let them for a walk four or a com Mummy a re be Miles to Church on feet Only four u in or a a i Rheo Loo u. A a it e Down the United taking than it May seem at a glance. Presbyterian and congregational the Church is trying to find a Way churches of Greensboro will observe to meet the problem of tiny of adopted by any other Minnici reality in the kingdom remarks London answers. Instead of being elected by the members of the corporation or Council who May. And often do for in Olitia into the water and boiled until Thor South Albany Cabarles Vance of St. Johnsbury has been in town for a few Days. Roughly nixed. Place Ham on the hot a Douglas Quot Tove Tom of the Container shoulders next Bacon sides and smaller cuts on top. I ,.Days pour off the brine and change j to his work m Aubi Dale mass a a the four Allen children who have ,"d�c���br26 As if Ertly the Diurca cannot enlarge the been cared for a 3iurch they cords Jim Inzero none chinese converts never done if then pour Back the brine. Repeat and mrs. James Calderwood for near Vite and urge All people of the Sec churches so that town. This a ration again on the tenth and by two and one half years have gone Tion of the town to attend services of chosen Only from those who have. It Java. If the Pickle becomes to Montpelier. Tion i inc have so far to wait apprenticeship of or it me Yeara ropy take out All the meat and Wash a several from this Way were in Edwn of male feet will not have so Worth in it the Church of their Choice a rough its Narion wide Campaign seeking to show the need of More 39tf lost Utellie dog strap a name. Prince. Finder Ernest Pomerleau. Bar to Bent to rent tenement. C. A. Note. Barton. _ Ltd for rent a convenient five room tenement Amos r. Robins a Quot Loti 50p Barton. On that Day. There will be a Union oms Mas tree and exercises for All the people of the Community on Friday Decem Lier 24. Everyone is in the two churches have apposed the following committees for this Pur a Ocse program. Mrs. In a a a mrs. Bessie Tebbie or. By mrs. A Barrington mrs. A. J. Gebbie. Mrs. I drown or. , Kwh n a. Tree or. Drown c. Miller. Dre orations Marjorie Perr Ada i i Everett rat Edge Myrtle Thompson a Lester hib Alida Fairbanks Hermon j Willey Elsid Spier Harold Sis Nanna Hill Pearl Atherton Lilla Jackson Harry Miller a Lams a Den Allen Spier Everett Young. A Quot to the corporation. It off thoroughly also the Container in Hunting Flie past week. Some of a. At. _ f it a w _ _ t 1______ s. _ Vav am a t elected an Alder boil the ropy Pickle or better make the tic Cen Saf us Hunters were e. J. Churches 4n chins just As it Ward new Pickle. When each piece of Dpuglas,.,j, g. To enlarge its work at Home. Old invention. _ i meat has received the proper cure Alvah Miller n. A it. Or and Ace Ned and sworn in take it out of the Pickle and Wash in Hughes and Frank sinon. Ron of have Ink warm water Trine and Bane in. Martin Earl Vance h. B. Graham Tim court of aldermen Thieu Merveil the office of sheriff to the Square a a per bag. Whick a Nfn he has to be elected by the Iff i Een in afr let Universal w for , afterwards approve has half a Century was the inv Ritu a of a woman a m is Vagif Knight of holy race. Mass. By the Sovereign then. And not till then. Is he eligible to the liver men to elect him As lord mayor the court of aldermen aft Coward said having the Power to re fuse him. The Apt Roval of the Sovereign get Icib Quick promo Aitolo of some a i Fng also Acain necessary before in a in a Young can fake office. Fair Quarry. Every Giri a Fth Money looks like a lukewarm water string and hang i wednesday of last week word the smoke House. That mrs Nellie Richardson a smoking meats sure who had been ill for two weeks meats Are smoked to Aid in their with brain fever in a Hospital in a preservation and to give flavor and for do me., had passed a May. The Kalat ability. Much depends upon remains a re brought to the the smoking too much heat Sears her parents and mrs. the meat instead of merely smoking , on thursday and tto fait too Little heat and smoke will not neral was Grid in the m. E Chur dry off and flavor the meat sufficient on Friday afternoon tto re per Green hard Wood such As Hick Newton of a bad tfx a Ory or Maple gives the fuel for the service much a a thy is exp Hon Lyl tended to the sorrowing ones

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