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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49-no. 3barton, Vermont wednesday january 21. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Classified advertising s will it list to Sergio Quot a Renft or. T Ash for Sale 1 posts All sizes Rev Bui a Irasburg. 51tf Fotz Sale Bobbin Wood $10 for 160 feet. E. D. Aijrer Barton. 49tf for Sale four Good cows one or us Wanter. Mrs. E. Rog . _ ladies fur lined coat size 38. Extra Fine coat and sold Low. Mrs. A. R. Robinsor., Barton it. 50tf for Sale two sleighs three wagons three harnesses one double with pole Wolf Buffalo Robes. Arthur Drew. Barton. 2tf Barton Academy the Sophomore class had charge of Chapel Friday. And surprised the school with something unusual. They opened the exercises by the school singing a the lord is my Shepherd a and repeating the lords prayer. Next Char Lena Clough gave an excellent piano Solo and after that Lisle bean with the help of Merle Calkins tried three important cases. The first that of a Young lady for breaking the peace and county court the september term of Orleans county court which has been taking a recess reconvened tuesday morning. January 13. Judge Sherman r. Moulton presiding. As no cases were ready for trial the jury were excused until 2 of clock in the afternoon at which time the state Case is Venon Gervais Oliver Boucher and m. Bergeron residents of the town a a _ of Derby came up for trial. The joke on the seniors. The second i above parties were charged with a Case of robbery and aimed at not sending their children the school or Merrill. The third a is a charge against the Vermont statutes. For Sale Block Wood Hay and Straw Good new Cedar tub. Telephone 151-11. Alfred Brown Orleans. L-4p for of 400 acres on state Road and much lumber Wood and pulp. Mrs. Matilda e. Hanson runaway Pond Glover. L-3p for Sale a Ford three Quarter ton truck in Good condition. Apply at the office of h. Hood amp son Newport. 38tf for Sale second hand Ford 1 second hand Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Would Exchange for cows. Charles Bellway Orleans. 38tf for Sale three two year old heifers to freshen in Early Spring and ten yearling heifers All holsteins and Well marked. Tuberculin tested. D. Walker Barton. 41tf of intoxication which a joke on another senior. The exercises closed with the of a out on the the lecture and pictures by the Arctic explorer. Donald Macmillan Given by the school were Well attended. Or. Macmillan proved an interesting speaker and the topic Well Worth while. The school made about $32. Barton basketball team played the game at Derby tuesday evening although they went without two of the Best players Harold Carter and Merrick Hanson. The score 45-3 in Friday evening Barton will play Newport Here. The admission is Only 15c, so All ought to come and help the boys win. There will be a dance after the game. Monday afternoon or. Macmillan gave a lecture to the High school and grades in the Assembly Hall. It much appreciated by the school and teachers. School closes wednesday and Des not resume until monday. The teachers will attend the teachers convention in Orleans thursday and Friday. For Sale new and second Lund electric motors 1 h. To 5 h. P., immediate delivery new Eden washing machines $110 electric flatirons. $4.p0 electric toasters s5.p0. E. Nichols Barton it. Both a phones. 2tf wanted wanted live poultry Ron. Elrick 18tf Barton local notes Harold Carter is sick with Toafili tis. Mrs. J. J. Hut Hinson is ill with the mumps. W. J. Pawnee has been working in the Woods at Willoughby. Evelyn Thorp who has been sick with the measles is convalescing. Mrs. W. A. Warner of Peacham has been in Toum for a few Days. Charles Stevens of Lyndonville or. And mrs. Hutchinson sunday. Wan-re25 Good Wood Usis Talm Bates Orleans. 2w i . B a three Rich Rock Maple f apply Chaster la Ai-15p one of the above parties lived nearer Derby line and rhe children were sent to that place and the other two parties were to Send their children to Derby Center. All three defendants claimed that the distance too far and they were Short of farm help and did not have the time to carry their children to and from school the distance varying from to o to three Miles and that the state should have provided a school nearer. It appeared that at one Tinie there = a school in their Vicinity before the Derby graded school building we As built. The Case completed in the afternoon Only a Small number of witnesses being used with the Brief pleas of the attorneys and the judges charge. The Case went to the jury for settlement which after being out but a Short time brought in a verdict of guilty for All parties. Sentences have not yet Beer pronounced. States attorney Thompson appeared for the state and Farman amp Prouty for the defendants. There have Beer several complaints of late of people refusing to comply with the state Laws in regard to the schooling of their children and the states attorney decided to make this a test Case. The second Case up for trial the state is. Albert Larabee. Or. Larabie lives in Newport Center and appeared for trial for breach of peace and assault. It appeared that he and his neighbor s. J. Smith had trouble which led up to a Point where words did not count and Laralee handled Smith quite roughly. There w Ere but few witnesses in this Case and the Case went to the jury about 2 of clock wednesday and after being out about one half hour they returned with a verdict of guilty. Thompson appeared for the state and Walter h. Cleary for Larabee. A jury then empanelled to try improvement club notes by the events of the past twelve months we have shown that the Only Road to Community Well being is that of intelligent unselfish cooperation and individual generosity. Our new industries the great work on the Willoughby Lake Road our Ball team and Tennis courts and the planned new mercantile ventures in this Village Are the direct result of a get together spirit coupled a Ith generosity Strong in everyone a being today. When we All begin to take the a Community Point of View we can have no ambitions too High no desires too great Foi the town in which we live. Get together then go to it. Albany pos mistress took u. Funds Odd Fellows and Rebekah install Sunbeam Rebekah Lodge no. 17, and Crescent Lodge no. 41, i. O. O. F., held a special meeting at their Hall thursday evening for the purpose of installing officers for the coming term. The work done in a Niessing manner by the installing officers mrs. Lizzie m. Maxwell d. D. P., of Island Pond mrs. Lilia Burdick As acting g. M., and Martin Brunning d. D. And suite. One of the pleasant features of the evening the gift of a Beautiful Silver casserole to mrs. Alice Jarvis p. N. G., presented by mrs. Laura Mcfear and n. G., for the coming term. Mrs. Maxwell then gave a a a Hort add is with advice and suggestions that will prove helpful to everyone. In looking Over the books it discovered that january 15th, the 28th anniversary of the order and mrs. Lilia Burdick is the Only remaining charter member. A Bountiful supper served earlier in the evening and members from both lodges enjoyed the . It is the sincere wish of the new officers that everyone who is interested in the Wel gets year for embezzling $3500 of poet office Money. Newport Man jailed mrs. Katherine i. Dow 28 years old and a former school teacher sentenced in United states court in Burlington january 15, by judge Harland b. Howe to serve a year and Day for embezzlement while pos mistress at Albany. Another Case disposed of when William Folsom of Newport a conductor on the Boston amp Maine Railroad and two brakeman Frank Stone and Harold Carter of Lyndonville were sentenced to serve four months in the Washington county jail for stealing a Roll of leather from a freight car. All of the respondents pleaded guilty. In the Case of mrs. Dow judge Howe stated in pronouncing sentence that it one of the Saddest cases with which he had come in Contact. Mrs. Dow came up to Albany a number of years ago As a school teacher. She married a Man who has not seemed to have the earning capacity to take cars of even himself. They now have two Young children one two and one five years of age. Mrs. Dow has All along been the main support of the family. In order to pay debts which were incurred through sickness and ocher causes she embezzled Money from the Post office. This Money she intended to repay but continually got in deeper until she had taken a total of about $3,500. With a part of it she purchased an automobile so that her husband could earn something hacking. This a plan Iid not work out Well and the Money stolen from the government unpaid until recently when mrs. Dow Suelee red in paying Back about $1700. In sentencing mrs. Dow judge Howe said that he realized the temp tells Why Deer Are scarce or. Editor in regard to Deer in Orleans county. There Are As Many Deer As for several years. I have travelled Over most of the county for several years. Of course a Good Many Deer Are killed out of season. Some Are lured to old Orchards and shot from a Back window some Are lured to a Salt lick put out in Spring and others Are caught in snares. The meanest Man is the one who kills a poor Deer in Winter. If i could make the Law to fit him i would Fine him $1,000 and costs and give him not less than one year in prison. For several Winters we have had Little Snow. Deer have worked out among farm Timber and stayed. I have seen from four to 20 Fine Deer together i know today where there Are several lots wintering. Another reason Why More Deer Are not killed Here is because the red blooded sports go out of the county to Hunt. Perhaps very few people in Orleans county know How so Many Deer come to be on the West Side of the state. More than 40 years ago the Fairbanks family of St. Johnsbury had a Fine Park of very Large Deer some 35 or 40 in All and they let them go Over on the West Side of the state and they were protected for quite a Long time. There is plenty of fish and game in this grand old county of Orleans. J. Houston Orleans. For 15 years fish and game Warden farm Bureau notes. Executive committee meets. Pleas for boys and girls Clab Leader. Regularly and help to make the new year a most successful one. Everyone no is me rested in the Wei. J v. V. Fare of the ledge attend the meting. Truesd the a a a be and by the Public or she would not have had such a position. She had betrayed the . He realized that if her husband had been of her equal this condition would not have Arisen and she would not have yielded to temptation. The Case of the Railroad men arises out of the stealing of a Roll of Leath near Morrisville last september. Graham on trial Horace f. Graham former state auditor and also former governor of Vermont went on trial in Washington county court tuesday on charges of embezzlement and larceny from methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor sunday january 25th morning worship 10.30. Sunday school at 11.45 of clock. 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 Sunay january 25th 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a hiding the the Stote is. Chavles Blair for the Ytse thives Onden assault on m Ard Prouty. The wit i a miss Bernice Ray entertained her usin. I. Mcmullen of Orkmon. On wit a a a a he Otin Thi Tate . In this ease were Ward Prou i l torn s a Kitchen help wanted j an eight Pound daughter Bora to Charles Blair Ora Swett or. J Fricken out Havine been a granted by House Arletis. But sunday to or. And mrs. Nge and a. W. Farman. Hie Case m super if re Hawkins. Began late in the afternoon wedges Ujj the children of or. And mrs. Her and Quot at a 45�?o?he it ��?~.-24.155. old Jenness who Are sick with our a Ana at 2 46 the Jary by let fever Are improving. I a a lamp ssh Paats if state 3 or. And mrs. Carroll Brooks and and j. R. Searles of St. Johnsbury a Quot a it. Sentence has not been i the state of Vermont during his term a. Auditor there were. 161 Ernnt. Of feb Tel new pm Quot a Ltd in the indictment returned by the grand jury in Washington county in 1918. To hard and softwood the Engineer and fireman they saw the leather and threw it into one of their cars. It harness leather consigned to Boston. They after wards Cut what they wanted up and sent the rest along. The amount stolen Jcj Ether v Ith attic damage done i to the Glt ods fixed at $123. The a a a a a Quot in were discharged from the a Road As soon As they Wert discovered has been repaid since or. Graham thieves. All had previous wrench Mill at Glover. A go a Kinner of Orleans were guests i for Blair. Barton. 3tfo. Mossmann a sunday. Given. I i the by borne excellent reputations. Judge Howe said that there altogether too much stealing on the. Elk Calfskin and All kinds Sockol Barton. Tel 42tf j 4. J w. The. Roget nor too much stealing on the the state is. A in Evora Safar railroads and would not consent to a by Loci or the Winter has been severe so Lar As a sentencing them. Attorney 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service at 7 of clock. All seats free. Bible study on thursday evening at 7.30. The woman a missionary society meets tuesday Jan. 27, with mrs. Lucy Colliston. The ladies society will meet with mrs. D. Pierce for a social afternoon Friday. At a recent meeting of the a ecu Tive committee of the farm Bureau it wms Fca that no attempt should be made to finance a boys and girls club Leader until the time of the annual farm Bureau membership Campaign in june. At a recent meeting of the executive con Mittee of the be port chamber of Commerce and Bank representatives the feeling expressed that business and Hanking interests of the county a ill do their part Tow Ard financing such a move to secure to Nis Leader. The executive comr Pittee Felt that in june a budget of expenses Shou d Lee made up for the coming your to include the employment of a boys and girls club Leader that Erich Community the apportioned a certain part of this budget according to population. This Wil allow All new members As Well As renewal the contribute As much As they wish As their membership fee with a minimum of $2 for men and $1 for women. This will mean raising approximately $3000 in this membership Campaign if the new part of the farm Bureau work is to be put on a solid financial basis and the other work carried along As . Williams and Root the two men who recently purchased the Creamery owned by John Dutton at Mill Village carried off first place for the Best Sample of Crean Ery butter at the dairymen a n meeting held in the past week. Pretty Good showing for Orleans county. Or ship a lot of milk from this county but we have not yet forgotten How to make Good butter. It is to be regretted that More Farmers this county did not attend the a meeting in Burlington Thi we it As Farmers Are Busy All the time but we need to lift our noses from the Grindstone at times and see what the Ether fellow is doing. It is hard to get help but most of us can make arrangements to get away for a Day or two if we really know it is Worth while. And such a meeting As this one ought to be an annual for the dairymen of this county. We meet other farm Erfe hear Good speakers that a flow he practical Side of farm life emd Nare a Chance to look Over an Excel ent Lin Evoi which have to do with our farm business. Does advertising pay there Are still some business men a i shop a studio. Benitou Block jew juy found a in. Uty Fla or a. Ii the charge. The next 1 Infin Ting in a Low Zero a mornings j a nity previous to the the it Andt Ald concerning of Over 30 a Low Sato already had a punished telling the tale of Over jul Osiow. Amp at severely. The court thought that a never Given advertising a fair trial. Two specific Cas of where Busi Ness men Are convinced that Advertis wanted a experienced school a mrs. Ellen Mason who makes her my next cases we Ere concerning Telline pm is a Tofipo Moon did cubed j l a a a uni a first class Stone Utterb on Bottom bases. Steady and Good pay. Macdonald ., so. Ryegate it. In a ted an experienced teach a Brook school. Address e. Calkins Orleans r. D. 2. __49tf. A Calfskin carcass we horse hides also All kinds of i. Solomon water St., bar Tel. 56-3. 4$tfwanted hard and softwood s Pillsbury Baldwin also want 500,000 feet of May a Wessel Nickel amp Gross for v i can pay a fancy Price. W. Barton. 3tf Siiss Eva me Rici Vonaia property and to attempting to her Home property but the jury serious illness of her father who died verdict of a not guilty saturday. In the Case of Elmer Hill who mrs. Will Davidson and sons charged with having received stolen Clyde and Delbert of three Hil a property. -4. William Phillips of Newport for receiving and attempting to conceal stolen goods is now on trial. Phillips is accused of receiving goods stolen in Newport and Barton by Hormidas and Alcide Bolduc Brothers who pled not guilty to the charge in court last week. The Case of mrs. Phillips for the same offence is to have been nol pressed. Call and adv. Miscellaneous Cicester White boar for service. E. Alexander Glover. 51 of Quot drawing and painting miss Hazel Abbott _ 2-3p a new Walton a Vermont now on Sale at this office. J40c. By or jail 45c. It Tsi Ance and real is Best Stock and Mutual com Bonds All kinds of Vil Lile a one having Vil p a state they wish to sell Call Baldwin Barton. 39tf Era and sugar monday Jan. 26. I ready for Deli for highest Market prices a Drin syrup the coming orf7�� of 75 Beds specializing in no by , patronized by Stet to leading surgeons and of Jens of Boston and affiliated de and Uei Yerx of Alberta Canada Are visiting at h. Perley a. E. J. Rutter optometrist will be at o. Mossmann a thursday and Friday the 29th and 30th. Have your eyes examined. Daniel Zabarski of Chesley mass., has purchased A. Chad Burns House on Glover Street and will take Possession the first of february. Mrs. Eliza Hunt wishes to thank All her friends and neighbors Jore Many Beautiful gifts and cards that were sent her recently on her birthday. Regular meeting of Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S., Fri a evening at 7.30 of clock work. There win a rehearsal thursday Evenmo at eight of clock. Roger Cammett and sister mrs. Hayes of Wells River called on friends in town the last of the week. Mrs. Peter Cote has been quite �o1 for several Days. Card i wish to thank my friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted me during the sickness and death of my husband. Mcdougal. Boston papers carry a n is of the death of w. O. Flanders of Nashua n. H., known As the owner of several a merry go rounds. Flanders Bora in Barton and wa., 64 years old. The body of Emma Barstow who has been an inmate of the state Asylum in Waterbury for Many years brought Here tuesday night mrs. Barstow 72 years of age and burial jul be in Albany. With a to to affiliated Tal 3 Huntington Hospi so Harvard University medical y Bellevue Hospital of a it exby insuring an extant thereby insuring a Ouile Opportunity for a Thor nursing branches of dates offers a a course to healthy Young Tati Ort appearance and rep Tion a a school Educa Ursoy divalent. For Partick. Hart superintend it Tont of private to ital 95 boat on mass. 2-6 miscellaneous Farmers notice if you want More Money car Sean for your Calfskin sell to l Lomon. Water St., Barton. Tel. 56-3. L-4p Farmers notice--wu1 take Stock monday the 26th. Have a car of syrup Drums at the House ready for delivery. Well pay highest Market Price for sugar and the Comini Barton. W. E. In mrs. Jennie vied tto aged 46 Vears who has been very ill with heart trouble died monday at the Home of her brother Dana Luclair in Sutton. Funeral services were held in St. Paul a Church and burial in the Catholic cemetery Here. Nearly 75 masons were present at the regular meeting at masonic Hall Friday evening when the visitation of District Deputy o. W. Locke of Orleans took place and there work in the to gird degree. A Light lunch enjoyed following the review of the work. The afternoon study club met mrs. W. Baldwin thursday Jan. 15. Nine members answered to Roll Call. Subject of the program a poor boys who became paper a William Lloyd Garrison Wolfgang Mozart a written by mrs. Reirden and read by mrs. E. R. Cook Reading a Alt. Gen. Sheridan Ole Bull a mrs. Florence Pierce Reading a parable of screens and shows a mrs. Ida Cutler. Instead of a reception a social afternoon will be held with mrs. Barrows on thursday Jan. 29. Donald Macmillan the famous Arctic explorer spoke before a Good sied audience at the Gem theatre on tuesday evening and shewed numerous coloured slides Tuten by him in the Frozen North As Well As 3000 feet of moving pictures taken by him. He spoke very interesting in of Arctic expeditions of their use and hardships and compensations. The lec Tuic a Liberal education in the animal life Plant life climate and habits of the natives of the far North. Those who missed the lecture missed a most instructive and fascinating lecture. Show a tip we Atiar or Sleigh ing before. Lumbermen Are nov a aking advantage of the situation. Many Marvn water systems have Frozen up and some Public systems Are a in eng trouble As Well because of the deep Frost. Brownington miss Gertrude Chandler is visiting at Homer Cullen a. Or. And mrs. Day have Lieen 1 with be Ere colds the Rast week. There were no services sunday on account of tie weather and mumps. Mrs. Homer Cullen is at the Hospital in Orleans for treatment. Robert Marsh is working in Orleans and boarding with mrs. Arthurc it ool both. Mrs. Eya Chandler of Barton is caring for mrs. Cullen a family while she is away. The following officers were elected wednesday evening for the year 1920 trustees o. A. Grow George Burroughs finance committee we. Davies Glenn Newton Hale Clark George going treasurer mrs. Geo. Going organist mrs. Harriet Dutton. organist mrs. W. A. Wiggin Ushers f. V. Swanson r. A. Dutton h. Clark we. Davies. Brownington Center Joseph Benoit has Irto Ved from Orleans Back to his farm. Mias Ruth Robinson is teaching school in the Powers District. Several children in the Lafoe neighbourhood Are having measles. The Little son of Adelard Cabana ill with pneumonia last week. Adelard Bessette of St. Johns p. Q., a recent guest of Adelard Cabana. T. Crandall suffered a severe Shock saturday morning and is quite ill at the present writing. About 60 were present at the Oyster supper Given by the or. O. U. A. On the night of their Public installation. Mrs. Jane Armstrong has closed her House for the Winter and is at the Home of her brother in Law Horace Whitehill. Mrs. Alice chm Man and her son in Law Howard Spaulding of Glover visited her Mother mrs Amanda Powers recently. Or. And in. T. Randau and Bli Cix. X Ilco a Lull Ucic till. A a j trusted with goods of an immense i a a son of Barton a grocery dealer value and instead of watching Over i he purchased Thiee years ago a non them and guarding them were steal i advertised by Ness. He decided to ing. The sentence of four months some advertising in the Monitor less than any other respondents what seemed like a Liberal would receive in the future. He took space by comparison with be oth into the circumstances i Quot during 1919 or Robin imposing a Light sentence. A Inson states that his business nearly doubled in Gross receipts Over what he had expected the business would do and so for 1920 he has engaged a still larger space. The second specific Case of unsolicited acknowledgement of merchants who find advertising pays is that of b. O. Smith of Orleans attached to the copy for his advertisement this week we find this note a if anyone tells you that these ads do not pay us Send them to mrs. L. N. Lund attended the installation of officers of Brownington Grange Jan. 13th. The annual donation and Oyster supper will be held at the town Hall thursday evening Jan. 29. There Wall be a Good literary program. All come and help a worthy cause. Proceeds for the Benefit of the Church. Ladies please furnish for the tables As . On the evening of Jan. 14th, Mollie Stark Council no. 7, s. Amp d. Of l., installed the following officers c., h. Leland a. C., t. Crandall v. C., e. Porter a. V. C., Rose Stone r. S., Ola Lund a. R. S., p. Stone f. S., Addie Porter treas., Viola Crandall guide Alice Leland i. G., j. Clough o. a s. Clough. Evansville Leslie White has the mumps. Will Stevens is on Quot the sick list. Mrs. Edmund has been sick with a cold. Better a bitter Stock a Blanks being sent out. Blanks Are Bei in sent out to the various committeemen in the county to be filled out by the Farmers who Ora or plan to own pure bred Sii is for All kinds of livestock a Farmer who fills out one of the Blanks states the number of animals of each kind of livestock he owns cows Heep pigs hens etc., and then a yes to run Only registered sires in the future. This Blank is then turned in to the farm Bureau office being finally sent to the u. Department of agriculture at Washington whore an Emblem is issued to the Man signing the Blank. This is bound to be an excellent move for a Ery livestock owner who believes in better Stock. If a Large number of Are turned in from Orleans county the attention of buyers is bound to be called to this part of the state As a place to buy High Grade or registered Stock. In Ether words we get a let of valuable advertising and Isnit that what we want As a county every Man who believes in this move is urged to get in touch with the Dairy committeeman in his Community. Not All As yet have these Blanks As Only a Small Supply has been received at the farm Bureau office. In the near future there will be plenty for everyone so in the meantime give your name to your Community Dairy Leader so that he will furnish you with a a Lank As soon As he receives his Supply. Mrs. Frank Berwick and two children from Lyndon Center Are visiting at u. I. Switser Charlie Cole has been working for t. Knight the past week putting up ice for miss Patton. Millard Gray of Brownington is hauling lumber for a. A French and boarding at Charles Tatroy a. The thirst a evening prayer meeting this week will the at a. E. For. Nch set by inc is cordially invited. Ceorge Nutt no of Barton has been Topping at Charles Inger Vollz Send Marshall i Allkins while taking the census of this town. Mrs. Archie Davis of Island Pond is sick at the Home of Edmund Davis. Thomas Smith in Brownington Center the first of the we it Tolp ing care for t. Crandall who is very ill. Those who wish to give worn out i , in the ladies Aid society clothing to in be made ova it it a mrs mud a the social at George Gilman s postponed to Friday evening Jan. 23, on account of the severe cold weather. Come and bring sandwiches or doughnuts. E. Calkins president mrs. Lula Tatro Secretary mrs. Elma Knight treasurer mrs. Vila Clapper vice president. I s. Marv e. Calkins shoes kindly leave same at stunt s a Tore As the red Cross plan to sew for the Stevens family. Donald Larock proved to be speller in school and will com elected collector of the Chuich. Pete with the Best spellers of the Oiher town schools for a Chance to enter i re. The county spelling contest to be bold _ Don t choose the easy tasks in Orleans thursday. I Quot per ple to choose Westmore a work wll it n accords with their m. E. Clapper Home from Newport Over May. Miss Kathryn sinon returned to St. Johnsbury wednesday. The heavy snowstorm and wed Rosiy Church on tas a and Qualia Catlos. But make the mistake of sep posing that any work will be altogether plea anal there is nor it Ccu Patlon without some Drudgery. There is no Success without . Too will never do any blog of Coa sequence without doing a a a a it ill lbs flu do not Yllka Ortt. Lowell Steve Sheltray a Little hey Haa pneumonia. Mrs. Lester Hoadley is sick with measles. Or. And mrs. Alex de leis Are very 111 with Grippe. Guy Kinsley and s. B. Gek it Are in Newport As jury men. Mrs. W. A. Young visited friends in Morrisville recently. Rev. E. Howard a vastness caller in Newport monday. Marshall Benware and Eddie Dolan Are entertaining the a measles. Or. And mrs. Will Gonyaw were very ill the past week but Are some better at present. Mrs. Blanchard is visiting her another mrs. We Hodges of North Hyde Park. Miss Katherine ans bore called to Waterbury tuesday on account of the severe illness of her Mother. Henry Adams of Eden is working for the Valley lumber . Mrs. Adams is working for L. Cross. Julius Sheltray a family Are sick with Grippe and measles and or. Sheltra is threatened with pneumonia. On account of sickness in so Many families the Oyster supper of the Woodmen has been postponed until tuesday evening Jan. 27th. Philinda Recor of Westfield brought Here for burial in the Catholic cemetery saturday. The funeral Are vice Ware held to St. Ignatius he Orch. Re. J. T Quot a a a Iti a

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