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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49�?no. 2barton, Vermont wednesday january 14. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Ltd a fled advertising ii inserted u Ter this it word for first insertion a a a per word thereafter. Cash. A a Quot and the order. O advert to of. For yes than Twenty Jive _ for Sale for Sale Cedar posts All sizes. F d. Bai a y. Irasburg. 51tf ror slew Bobbin Wood $10 for Iso feet. E. D. Alger. Barton. 49tf for Sale pair traverse sleighs Sash and door machinery t a Aspell. Barton. 53-2p it Iesu fur lined coat size 38. Extra Fine coat and sold Low. Or a. R. Robinson Barton it. Oof for collection of i Sheet Masic to 0 selections of firn cd a a compositions. Value $100. Fre i Brooks for Sale two sleighs three trans three harnesses one double Tith pole Wolf Buffalo Robes. Ardour Drew Barton. 2tf for Wood Hay and Straw new Cedar tub. Tele phew 131-11. Alfred Brown or-l-4p in Sale farm of 400 acres on sate and much lumber Wood Aro Rulp. Mrs. Matilda e. Hanson rut Way Pond Glover. L-3p for Sale a Ford three Quarter ton track in Good condition. App at Thi Osce of P. Hood amp so s Export. 38tf Barton to hear great Arctic explorer Donald Macmillan the great Arctic explorer who made the famous trip to the North pole with Peary is to App Ai in Barton at the Gem under the auspices of the Academy on monday evening january 19. Or. Macmillan comes Here from an engagement at Dartmouth College. carries motion picture films taken in the far North and Many wonderful lantern slides. This lecture is an unusually interesting one both As to the material and the character of the pictures shown. Muf h surprising information is Given As to the summer conditions in the Arctic Plant life Bird life the Home and everyday life of the Eskimo animal life Etc., Are shown by unusual slides on these subjects. This is one of the greatest instructive entertainments Given in Barton in years. Needless to say the expenses of the lecture Are heavy and the cooperation of All Barton Organ nations is necessary to make ends meet. Arrangements have been com useted to get the great lecturer Here Only after much difficulty owing to he Large fee usually received Bjo in due to a special agreement reached it will be possible to finance the venture if a Eck gtd response is re eved in the a e of tickets. The adult Adini Ssu n is 55 Rente include us tax. Dents of the will make a House to House Sale of tickets and special precautions vill be taken to avoid More than one Aber at a Home. Barton local notes a quotes 18c per loaf for bread. Mrs. Hannah Norris is sick. Mrs. Louis Boucher is improving. Miss Alice Stone spent sunday at her Home in Sheffield. A Large Haidest of Fine ice is being for Sale three two year old in by j. Bradley heifers to freshen in Early Spring and mrs. E. B. Robinson has gone to ten yearling heifers All holsteins and i Waterbury for treatment. Pearl Robia Aon has gone to a j West Burke to visit relatives. For Sale new and second i or Stella Heath who has let Een 1 hand electric motors 1 P. To 5 Quite ill for several Days improve. In Mph air a Hapli Virv of it a or ii a Hanson property deeded Wessell Nickle amp Grose take Barton Mill for manufacturing use the new York firm of Wessell Nickle amp Gross manufacturers of piano actions today took a deed of the Hanson Mill site in Barton with plans to develop the place into use for their extensive business. F. A. Wessell president of the company arrived in town this morning and at once proceeded to Clope the matter up w. E. Hanson signing the deed this afternoon. Immediate Steps Wib be taken by Wessell Nickle amp Gross to put the property in shape for their use. Zabinski company pleases audience in place of the Fillion concert co., some of the members of Vrzich were sick booked and advertised for Friday evenings number in the improvement club lyceum course the affiliated lyceum Chautauqua bureaus sent the Alexander Zabinski company of artists. They were greeted by a full House at Scavero shall gave excellent satisfaction. Or. Zabinski a russian from Moscow proved one of the Best violinists Ever jugs roughly demonstrating the popularity off Vio Montvilo a a ref a a a in i and he a original. Watch him. Appearing in Barton and his Assis its pianist Soprano and Reader All enthusiastically received Zabinski appeared on the for Sale Sec Onck hand Ford 1 second hand Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. To Oid Exchange for cows. Charles Bellway Orleans. 38tf Tants were or. School skating ring the afternoon he was Here and proved himself a wonderful skater. It is understood he Quot holds two medals for ins skill As an ice skater. The infant son of Ami Labounty died tuesday morning of pneumonia following the measles. The other children have had the measles but Are improving. Kenneth Winters who has been in town for a week on business connected with the new England Telephone co., has returned to his Hopie in St. Johnsbury. Improvement club notes seventy members attended the december theatre party planned by Ray Webster and a a Doc Hastings Thor Fly _ on the cards to produce for january recent new members Are Lee St. Onge Walter Buckley e. D. Alger B. Clapper r. N. Lyon w. Chappell and i. A. Mcritchie. Our go service members Are All Back now and boosting in i edition to these there Are 36 new members who Are demonstrating their desire to Aid our ambitions for a busier Barton. Let the work go on. By the Way it looks like a busier Barton does no to it Barton Academy the children in the third Grade Are helping feed the Birds this Winter. The boys have made a Birdhouse from a Box and put in in the tree near or drowns Back of the building. Each morning those who can bring suet which is put into the House to help the Birds food Supply. Tuesday evening january 20, Baron Basket Hail team is schedule i to it Lay the team at Derby. Friday eve Ling the 23d, Barton is to play the in Cwi it Ort team Here. A new Pupil. Opal Hanna entered sixth Grade this week. Miss Myrtle Ticehurst of West f it ver visited school one Day this week. A new idea Vuchich was thought of by or. Merrill. A a a a the Barton such jokes a he Studen Sirstead of being put into tie Monitor. The for the next Issue Are Julia King Mary Shedd and Frances Willard. Red Cross membership Large falling off in county in past year the result of the third Roll Call of the Orleans county chapter of the air Ricart red Cross As submitted by Rev. C. W. Kelley Secretary and treasurer is Given shows a big loss in membership a loss bringing the total membership below the quota. The detail follows memberships Albany Barton Coventry Craftsbury Derby Derby line e. Charleston e. And s. Alban Glover Irasburg Lowell North Troy Newport Newport town Orleans w. Charleston Westmore totals the number of members enrolled in the 1918 Christmas drive in the county was 2997 while the enrolment in 19 1 was 858, a total of 3855 and the enrolment in the 1919 Christmas Roll Call was 2099, a loss in membership of 1756, the total being Only about 54 per cent of the quota for the chapter. The Banner towns w Ere Orleans o. 191& 1920 loss gain 55 4 51 399 185 214 166 87 79 413 53 360 146 36 110 208 163 45 165 34 131 y 61 0 61 136 41 95 71 86 15 85 0 85 165 49 116 1014 696 318 62 3c 32 612 623 11 105 10 95 52 2 50 3854 2099 1842 26 Locke Campaign mrs. Nora Fiel w. Irasburg or and is Cam the Williams and Graham cases a will the Case of state is. Williams e argued this term in supreme court a was the question that ran through the minds of attorneys when attorney general f. C. Archibald stated that Only a few Days ago had he received a Brief from the excepting parties and that he did not know As it would be possible to Brief the Case during the present term of court now in session in Montpelier. It will be recalled that or. Archibald has been engaged in the trial of cases in Chittenden county and within a few Days he begins the trial of state is. F. Graham in Washington county if the present plan prevails. The trial of the state is. Horace f. Graham for alleged larceny and embezzlement will he commenced in Washington county court on tuesday january 20, or. Archibald states. Who killed Deer names of Orleans county men who were successful pain manager mor very interesting program followed. Reading a prohibition benefits the i wage earner a mrs. Hutchinson or. And mrs. E. R. Buck Hava had paper a labor organizations favor i another letter from Malcolm. is j prohibition a mrs. J. A. Pearson pay Oney reported As follows Albany $28.00 Barton 170.00 Coventry 55.00 Yatsbury 207.00 Derby 73.00 continued on Page six Evansville mrs. L. A. Drown visited friends still in the Hospital in Detroit but the a per a prohibition from the stand j a a in Lack a ppm doctors think he is recovering nicely i joint of labor leaders a mrs. Chas to Bury last week. Cutler. Meeting closed with the Ben a Maynard Webb of Haverhill n. H., a. delivers new Eden washing machines $110 electric flatirons .?4. 0 electric toasters �o.90. E. Nichols Barton it. Phenes. 2tf miss Ida Goucher of Richmond is visiting her Niece mrs. Robert Mer Sei -3a t a a a p. Mrs. O. W. Caron is ill Vith the i mumps and Bruce i Arlt n has the i measles. For Range with Reservoir Davenport brass bed a Singer sewing a and rugs boudoir Henderson Nelson is working to and other House a for a construction. Company in Lont my a Chen utensils. Al Jclair n. J. Nth. At private j miss Annie Nearnberg of St. P rpt Nilar my a at tits of orwn�51 eds a tip a. A very pleasant social hour is visiting at e. Carpenters. As t m., fisa a a follow and the hostess served Light -11 a . Recovering nicely from his months of unconsciousness. At the evening there Vilf be&Quot"wo7k in tha refreshments third degree followed by a lunch. The District Deputy will also be present. W. E. Turner president of the Peerless corporation was in Toi to last week to make a visit to the local factory. the future j u mrs. Susan a Currier read miss Ella Blaisdell who has 1 for the myths of Greece mrs. 1 the people of this Vicinity have been harvesting their ice the past the afternoon study club met week. �1th mrs. Emmy Webster thurs Daji a the paper a the origin of the myths and v hat value is mrs. Ida Martin and son Homer a a a. Recent guests is very optimistic about a placed today on the importance of of Newport City a of the business and about j their study to so Light upon his at a. E. Tracy a. A of Barton. Literature religion and la people wishing at a. E. Mail i Johnsbury was a recent guest ofor. A convalescing at the Home of mrs. C. A. Iuen webs or Reading from Aesop a 1 War i a a a 1 1 a a Quot Barton. Up mrs. Sockol. Wanted George e. King spent _ j at the Home of his brother c. R. Barrows since her recent illness t and Friday afternoon for Palm t the fla., where she will spend the i remainder of the Winter. A mrs. Geo. Cheney of Minneapolis Minn., was the guest of her son 3aole.�?~. Mrs. White Reading fro n a he myths of Rome mrs. Ellen Webster parable of the Strawberry sundae . Batchelder ets a come to Hool a and people wishing to know the temperature of the Willoughby River water inquire of d. A. Gallup. Or. And mrs. Claude Houston were called to West Charleston last week. For the death of or. Houston a Broth Iano Duer in Law Fred Shannon. To the Irene Kettle entertained eleven of waxed us poultry. Eck i a sump sic 18tf 1 miss Nellie. Reirden is caring for Minn. Was the guest of her son attic a Geo. L. Spaulding Plaj eds a i of Hoar mates a Ranart 7n a i v in k to .1 condition re Harris and Hei Friend mrs. A Marion and mar ret Ter. Club cd Kitchen help want mams about the same. A g Martin last week. Mrs. F. Adjourned to Inlet with mrs. F. Is sturday afternoon. She was pre House or Texas. A. Mrs. Zora Wheeler is some improve e. Blake of Lyndonville was also a Baldwin thursday Jan. Loth. Rented with numerous and a a r from an Atteck of appendicitis. Mrs. Martins guest last week. Brownington ice. Apply Chaster la a for her. J and mrs. D. Burroughs is quite sick a. Bar. -15n or. And mrs. Merton Wilson of a All others who so kindly assisted me a. T n Montreal spent a few Days the past a in cutting and sawing up a woodpile. Maurice Mclellan is working lax ted Calfskin and ail kinds week with friends in town. A while i was Laid up by the loss of my a Homer Cullen. Bai ton. Tel. 42tf or. And mrs. C. C. A Amer of experienced school inquire D. Beebe Barton. Tel. 28-22. 47tf i , va., Are the Happy p a Ente of a daughter born Jan. 8th. Par to fenced Man pref armed. A. R. Barton. 2tf to Quot to Gay roads a Quot lumber. Good in payments. J. E. Wan. Willoughby. Phone 22-15. L 53tf a neral a Nisei Ork a boarding House. No re for s. B. Nelson. Severe Winter weath for continues a 11 �70= with thermometers below Zero and v Mac r Little Snow though there has been a a of or. And Cut a j Ler and mrs. Atanasoff last week. J j by Eeling no steady Worl Kipp Orleans. For right party in the selectmen of the town of Barton will meet thursday Jan. 22, to Settle All claims against the town. A. E. Mailhiot who has been clerking for c. A. Nute goes to Montreal monday where he has u position. Or. And mrs. John Mclellan and daughter. Hazel left monday for St. Petersburg Florida for the remainder of the Winter. M e r?i2 school. Address Calkins Orleans. R. F. D. 2 Orleans r. F. D. 2 _49tf night watchman a Airon $65.00 laundry month acid Home mass. Month and Home g. Fancher supt., half skins. Will take express monday at Orleans on with me be sell Tel. Orleans 123-13. �?-_48tf a and Calfskin carcass jink. J i Les also All kinds of tei water St., bar i a 43 la a poultry Quot Esli Large eggs a e station even was. Kelley. Tel. 123 miscellaneous Chester White Pobar for service. A l. Alexander Glover. 51tf about town. Saturday afternoon Charles Snell ing of Sheffield underwent an operation at cottage Hospital. The operation was the amputation of a leg above the knee. is improving As Well As can be expected. The Many friends of miss Carrie Jones of Derby line formerly of this place will be pleased to know that she is recovering from a successful Throat operation which she recently underwent at the Cleasby Hospital in Orleans. Charles Mccarty of Lancaster n. H., is at cottage Hospital drawing lessons Given. Barton. And miss twp look new Walton a Vermont registers now on Sale at this office. Price 40c. By mail 45c. It notice am Cut tag ice for Farmers wednesday thursday and Friday of this week. J. Bradley Barton. Every Mon-123-13, or-32tf i and a Cham i for a 1 Woodland Park i by experience Annec i reliable if Quot wih Hig and i Livili a a i fences Are Satis fac i it Lreh or it a 7 album Dale. I k. Towne Woodland a a album Dale. Mass. 1-2 i hound with some Tan i ton. Legs. P. Nye bar Kite Fox l. Moulton. 53-2p Farmers notice if you want More Money for carcases than for your Calfskin sell to i. Solomon water St., Barton. Tel. 50-3. L-4p Quot insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Village real estate. Any one having Village real estate they wish to sell Cau on f. W. Baldwin Barton. 39tf Helen Burroughs is out again after having Scarlet fever. Florence Kelley is in school again after having the mumps. Stella Tideman of Coventry is working for mrs. Homer Cullen. Doris Reid and Dorothy Dutton Are out of school with the mumps. E. Newton is taking the a census at Evansville and Vicinity this week. Mis. Mae Emerson of Wethersfield a h., in helping care for her sister. My s. E. Dut Toru Alfred Mitchell is moving to Orleans to the House recently purchased of mrs. Clarence Wheeler. Mrs. Eugene Burroughs has returned Home from the Hospital and is As Cornio table As could be expected. Mrs. A. W. Davies has returned Home after spending some time in Newport he Ping Faie for her grandmother mrs Whipple. Several from this part of the town attended installation of officers and Oyster supper of the or. O. U. A. At Brown Ingtam , wednesday evening. Mrs. We. Miner and daughter Bello spent a part of the Holiday season with her daughter mrs. Pearl Aiken in Richford. Mrs. Belle Blake returned to her Home in Providence a i., monday. _ Brownington Center Elmer Seymour spent sunday with his sister in Sheffield. Mrs. Jennie Robinson of Orleans spent the week end with friends Here. Waves Cave a Meddie Rushford of fers and a a pleasant a social Affia visited at Lyman Seymour s hour followed the lunch. Pretty its. Music and games were in or or after which of cake sandwiches and Cocoa were served. All went away wishing her Many More Happy birthdays. Westmore Elson Calkins was in Glover on business recently. E. Clapper went to Newport on monday to serve As Jii ror. Z. P. Berwick is on the sick list and several in this Vicinity Are suffering with hard colds. Elson and Merl Calkins spent the week end with their sister mrs. Fred Marshall in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Margaret Leland appreciated the Sunshine bag coming from her _ for medi Cal treatment. is gaining slowly. Painting i the wife of dancing master Brock Hazel abet will Start a Young girls class in will Start a Young _ dancing in Odd Fellows Hall saturday evening. Barton Lias not had so severe a run of measles in several years As that which has been visiting us in the past weeks. Scarcely a House where children live has escaped a placard and to lame the victims is almost out of the question. Tale won and a 1 Terai a club held their regular Martin or with mrs. Buswell wednesday evening a i. 7. Fifteen answered at Roll Cail. Mrs. Reirden gave a talk on the a use and and an tages of the electric washing the committee in charge mrs. Buswell mrs. Perley and mrs. Flanders served a delicious Lun i of tuna fish wiggle olives cake a Hospital of 75 Beds specializing in obstetrics and surgery patronize by Many of the leading surgeons a obstetricians of Boston and affiliate with the Collis p. Huntington Hospital of Harvard University medical school a a a a and the Bellevue Hospital of new York City thereby insuring an exceptional Opportunity for a thorough preparation in All branches of nursing to its graduates offers a three years course to healthy Young women of Good appearance and reputation having a High school education or its equivalent. For particulars apply to superintendent of nurses Hart private Hospital 95 Moreland a Poston Maas. 2-5 1 officers of Crescent Lodge no. 41, i. O. O. F. Will be installed in Odd Fellows Hall thursday evening by District Deputy Brunning. Following is to list. C. C Cassidy n. Of. J. Jarvis p. W. Chappell v. L r. Lewis Secretary Brunning chaplain we. Taylor i. J. C. King o. D. Phillips Warden Paige conductor f. R. Allen treas. A. A. Larabee r. F. R. Allen l. The w. C. T. U. Met at the Home of mrs. R. Cutler tuesday six members and two visitors present. Mrs. Cutler presided Reading from John 15 and offering prayer. After Roll Call and a Short business session a sunday. Or. And mrs. Walter Currier of Springfield visited their Uncle j. Currier last week. Mrs. Lena Kettle of Orleans spent sunday with her parents or. And mrs. Collins Lacourse. Or. And mrs. Philo Powers visited their Little daughter Phoebe at the Orleans Hospital sunday. Siiss Violet lower of Bradford recently spent a few Days with her grandparents or. And mrs. John lower. Mrs. E. A. Gallup has returned from Newport where she has been caring for her Niece mrs. Frank Kimball. County fair dates september 7-9 a matter of interest to several Hundred stockholders of the Orleans county fair was the annual meeting of the organization held in Barton tuesday january 6. The report of the auditors shows a splendid increase in resources for the year and it was voted to hold the next fail september 7, 8 and 9. It was also voted to revise the by Laws and the Premium list. Practically the old list of officers were elected As follows f. Whit Cher Barton first president a. P. Bean Glover vice president f. L. Parlin Orleans second vice president c. E. Hamblet Barton Sencrie tary w. P. Barrows Barton f. D. Pierce treasurer f. A. Hunt and w. W. Reirden auditors. Methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor sunday january j8th morning worship 10.30. Sunday school at 11.45 of clock. Junior league 3 p. Epworth league 6.00. Evening service 7 p. The regular mid week prayer meeting thursday evening at 7.30. Everybody cordially invited. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday january 11th 10.30, morning service. Subject of morning Sermon 11.45, sunday school. Prayer meeting thursday evening at 7.30. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. All seats free. Bible study in Cort Section with the prayer meeting thursday evening beginning at genesis 4. Mrs. W. B. Proctor entertained the local knights club saturday afternoon 3af\. 10. A pleasant time was enjoyed. The Christian end Avo society plans a birthday social in the vestry wednesday evening january 28. Parker Young War material output Orleans Plant did surprising amount of work of essential nature during world War there will be a social at Ery m Geo. Gil Many a Friday evening january 16, Benefit electric Light fund. All come and bring sandwiches or doughnuts. Officers elected at the annual Church meeting wednesday Jan. 7, were As follows clerk mrs. Knight treasurer E. Calkins deacons z. P. Berwick Charles Ingersol trustee mrs. A. E. French auditor mrs. Knight tellers a. E. French mrs. Viola Carpenter organist mrs. French. The ladies Aid society elected for president mrs. E. Clapper Secretary mrs. Mrs. E. Clapper Secretary mrs. Lula Tatro treasurer mrs. Knight. Newport personals Earle Davis who has been very sick with pneumonia at the Home of or. Henry Somers is reported As gaining. Miss Marion a Edfield of Barton has closed her services As Soprano in the choir of the congregational Church and mrs. Gertrude Wilson has been secured to take her place. The work of miss Redfield both in the quartet and As soloist has been greatly enjoyed. The sunday school of the first Baptist Church of be Airport have Electra the follow Viii officers for the ensuing year supt., Carroll Huntington , Frank j. Lobby Secretary Marshall Hardy Charles Flint treasurer mrs. Find Brown pianist mrs. Helen Hinmam the Follo ing have by n selected to fill the chairs in the j. O. U. A. A councilor s. W. F. Hamilton v. . F. Humphrey j. P. G., l. Young r. S., e. E. Cameron f. S., j. F Spindler treas incr k. E. Smith con., Magoon Warden r. Young i. S., o. A. Swett o. S., l. Sunty. Trudee Ray Young L. Magoon and s. Elliott. The final report of state fish and game commissioner leavens shows that there were 4156 Deer killed during the open season in Vermont with a total valuation for dressed Venison of $57,407.55. This is based upon a valuation of 15c per Pound for dressed Venison. The total number of Bucks killed was 2018 and the number of Doe 2138, the average weight being just Over 138 pounds. The total number of Deer killed this season compares with past seasons when both does and Bucks could be legally killed As follows 1919, 4156 1909, 4597 1910. 3609 1915, 6042. Those killing Deer in the towns of Orleans county number 105 As follows. will be noted that the state commissioners report gives the town inv hich the Hunter secured his game and a Large number of Orleans county sportsmen go into Essex county to Hunt. Therefore the names of or leans county men securing game in other places Are not Given though the number is quite Large. Albany Howard Gaylor Amos Deuparo c. Smith Homer Long O. Cutler James Good 1. E. Mason B. Russell f. F. Hughes. Barton a. A. Graver b. C. Leach. Charleston Robert Archer g. I. Sanderson Orin Colburn Homer Locke g. C. Sanderson Ernest Colburn a. R. Wolcott w. Stoddard Leslie White Geo. Johnson. Craftsbury a. W. Day Ber Naid Goodwin Ernest Larabee Clayton Morrill Stephen w Ells Elwin Luther Arthur Chase Ernest place James Stenbridge Clarence Hodg Den John Spring Hedge Don s. Colburn. Derby a. R. Counter we. Hebert j. C. Norris we. Davis j. J. Corkins Bert Davis e Hebert Geo. Tice. Glover Alva Rich Mars full Carpenter Chas. Kelton we. Shepard a. Phillips w. A. White g. O. Delaney. Greensboro Foster Babcock. Hollands Bert Gray Geo. Jen Nis. Geo. Mack e Gray Raymond Greyed. Daniels e. Moulton Roswell Judd Harley Palen Fred Goodell Chas. Eames Shompany f. Perkins. Irasburg James Hodge Don. Jay a. F. Warner Graham la. In. Lowell a. Sweet Harold Stockman d. C. Pettengale f. Kinsley Simeon Brown Howard end gland g. E. Curtis. Morgan Walter Bowen e. Larve e j. Whitehill l. A. Hill w. Rec Wilson l g Gilman g. L. F ill e. W. Barry b. L. Gilman Derwood Driver f Bennett. Newport a. Mckinney. Frank ii Oad w alter beige Dayton Harding Ralph . Westmore a. D. Provoncha. Chas. Marshall Harold Woodard c. R. Conley Albert Robinson l. A. Lick ass n. , c. Convey Conley ass n. , c. Convey l. Widis Herman Legatee Marnir Laboi qty o. Ingalls j. Jennis Bernard Gray. Few readers i this paper know that in Orleans there is a manufacturing Plant which during the War was Dong All that it could toward producing War material such As aeroplane Stock ammunition boxes and Rolls for carriers on which were conveyed Large shells in ammunition factories. When the Parker Young co. Accepted the contract of manufacturing Stokes Shell boxes it was taken with the understanding that if the contract was completed on time there could be an overrun of five per cent. There were Many changes to be made in the piano Back factory in order to turn the Quot iame into a Box factory. The boxes were made to hold three 3-Inch shells a partition going Between the shells. Small grooves were Cut to slide the partitions into. There was a Small partition making a place about 3x3 inches at the end of each Shell to pack the primer in. These boxes were strapped with thin Iron and on top at each end was a galvanized strap of Iron %x%xl3 inches across the top and Bent Down the sides. A this Iron was securely nailed and the cover of the Box was Slid under this strap two holes drilled through the strap and cover to hold two picture Hooks which were screwed through Hole and into cover and end of Box to hold the cover on. Each end of each Box had two holes bored through and slots Cut on the inside ii inches Long. A rope was passed through these holes and turned Down into the Slot a galvanized Staple was driven Over the end of the Ydjie and then a Nail driven through the end of the Box and rope making a rope handle on each end similar to the handle of a trunk and fastened so it would sustain a weight of 200 lbs. At the time this contract was obtained help was very scarce and As e. E. Doe. Superintendent had started ten women to work in the veneer Mill and found them very satisfactory. Placed an item in the Monitor that the e. L. Chamdler co. Contemplated trying women in the Box factory with a result he received Many applications and succeeded in hiring about 40 women. The work of constructing these boxes consisted of passing Stock Over grooving saws clipping Matching Boring nailing Etc. And this work was largely done by women. The continued on Page four teachers will meet at Orleans the Orleans county teachers meeting will be held Orleans Jan. 22 and 23, instead of at Newport As first announced tiie pig Radii following thursday afternoon i.45, meeting called at opera House. Music invocation. 2.00 county spelling match. Business meeting music. 3.30, address a the. Schools an interpretation of democracy a miss Florence m Hale Rural expert from Maine. Business. Reception to the visiting teachers by the teachers of Orleans schools at the schoolhouse. 8 p. A. Music address on a present educational problems in Vermont a or. B. Hillegas commissioner of education. Friday Forenoon 10.00, address George Wiley commissioner of education state of new York. Ii.00, conferences Grade English discussion j. D. Whittier state supervisor of elementary schools. Notices the registration committee will be at the opera Hall after in o clock on 1 to re it Eive registrations and to ast Ign Rooming accommodations. To meet the expenses of the meeting a membership fee of 25 cents is necessary payable to the registration committee at the opera Hall. Boy scouts will meet the trains and be on duty at the opera Hall to Check baggage and to direct and As Sii to visitors. Lodging and breakfast will be far wished at 75 cents per capita. Supper will be served thursday by ladies of the E. Church and dinner. Friday by the ladies of the congregational Church Price 60 cents each. Each teacher planning to attend the convention is requested to notify the Secretary of the Orleans club or Prin. W. Robinson chairman of the entertainment committee Orleans vt., not later than Jan. 20th, reporting need of lodging and Choice it f Roommate. The Orleans club rooms will be open during the convention. All gentlemen Are cordially invited. Winners of the Orleans county spelling contest will have their expenses paid to St. Johnsbury saturday Jan. 24th, to compete with the winners of the Caledonia county spelling contest

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