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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Barton, VermontV. In i i it Orleans county Monitor ii i. I vol. 49 no. 4 Barton Vermont wednesday january 28, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Albany people protest j classified Advertis log Rothon pints will he inserted under this Al to per word for Glrst i Wertulo 1dat it thereafter. Chi Iii it nov the Oier. Tvo advertise Robinson grocery sold j. C. King has up Rached the Gro Cery store of the late e. B. Robinson on " the Corner of main and Church streets and taken Possession. Or. Robinson conducted a grocery store at this stand for about 30 years audit is one of the Best locations in. Town. Barton Academy the Basket Ball game Between Newport and Barton Friday evening showed a score of 34-1 9 in Newport favor. As in the game at Derby two of the Best players Merrick Han son and Harold Carter did not take part. County teachers meet Large attendance at sessions held a Orleans. Spelling contest the Orleans county teachers meet ing held at Orleans Jan. 22 and 23 was the most successful convention of this nature Ever held in this part train crash injures passengers. The mail train North due in Barton about noon was nearly two hours late thursday of last week and after setting the milk car at the Hood Creamery did its work at the passenger station and run Back to take a siding to allow the South airline to pass and through some mis understanding the switch was set county court i sentence pronounced in Many state cases just before adjournment procedure in county court not heretofore Given in this paper is As follows. The state is. Elmer Hill of greens Boro on trial on the charge of receiving stolen property opened Fri Day afternoon and went to the jury saturday noon. The jury returned i m for Sale say testimony and reports Are misleading. When the Burlington press and the Boston Post conveyed the news to the Public of the trial of mrs. Kath Erin i. Dow who pleaded guilty to charge of embezzlement of $3500from the United states government it is using moderate terms to say that the people of Albany were astounded at the Light sentence she received and the false testimony which she gave before the judge. The substance of mrs. Dow s Testi Mony before judge Howe was Thatcher husband Dwight m. Dow had or. King will carry a full line of groceries fruits and vegetables and will buy butter fresh eggs and which threw the train onto the siding j of the state but of the 200 teacher sin this com to fully 85 were pre sent 170 registering by Friday whole arrangement both As to to. 11 1 0 1 a f. In spite of the cold weather the school building was very comfortable monday morning when the students returned after a two Days vacation. The school sympathizes with or. A verdict of not in this160 feet e. D. Alger Barton. 49tf Fop Sale five or six tons Loose coming masonic events 30th, Merrill in the loss of his infant son. Barton local notes Friday evening . A. Xxx Case the state was represented by Thompson and the respondent was represented by j. Rolf Searles of st. Johnsbury and Roger Hulbard of program and entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed by the visiting teach ers All of whom were loud in their Praise of the Orleans teachers for the plans for the Comfort of the visiting teachers and of the District super Hay once 4- 5p where the milk car had just been left and the train crashed into the car with great train was crowded Many teachers on their Way to the county teachers convention at Orleans be ing on the train. When the crash came several persons were thrown to the floor. And others severely shaken up. Two Barton teachers mrs. Kate Heath and mrs. Daisy Bald win were thrown violently to the floor and sus there will be a special meeting of or leans Lodge f. & a. M., and Rhetor Barton Carl Carpenter is very ill with third degree will be . Monday evening Reb. 2d, there Totri Fine coat and sold Low. Mrs. A. I " will be a regular meeting of key Job Carton Vul Usu ""0 j. Hulwi icim Suomi Raj Hyde Park. Court then adjourned until monday afternoon when the state Case is. William Phillips charged with receiving and attempting stolen goods came up for trial. Phil lies with Hormidas and Alcide Bol Intendente no arranged the Excel Lent meeting was officially. Open Dat 1.45 o clock thursday p. By supt. Cowles of Craftsbury with a Stone chapter no. 16, r. A. M., and the m. M., p. M., and m. E. De Grees will be conferred on a Large number of candidates. Lunch will be served. Trained More or Jess severe injuries while Vera Phillips sustained bruises Elmer Mcneilly of Boston i friends in town. Mrs. Peter Cote is improving slow about the nose which caused blood to not adequately provided for the fam. Ily obliging her to resort to the prac Tice of embezzlement in order to meet the family s needs. Mrs. Do also testified that among the various Means which she employed to get he husband to work and earn for the family she used part of the Money embezzled to Purchase an automobile to be used by or. Dow As a. Public Auto. Mrs. Dow claims the Jitney plan was a failure. Excessive sickness was another reason Given Byers. Dow As the cause of heavy by from her recent illness. Tuesday evening feb. 3d, there will be a special meeting of Keystone chapter no. 16, and the r. A. De Gree will be exemplified. All Mem Bers Are urged to come out. Run quite freely and miss sinon was also somewhat injured. The Shock was so violent that the windows on one Side of the coach were thrown up and the car wrenched so badly that the windows would not shut. Foe Sale two sleighs three Vons three harnesses one double Rith pole Wolf Buffalo Robes. Art Hur Drew Barton. 2tf for Sale a Ford three Quarter ton truck in Pood condition. Apply at the office of h. Hood & son Newport. 3stf for Sale second Han d Ford 1 second Han d Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Would Exchange for cows. Charles Bellway Orleans. 3stf Duc Brothers was arrested on dec. 13 in Barton by officer George Jennings. The Bolduc boys were accused of having stolen goods from the Home of Thomas l. Bovine in bar ton while Phillips was taken into custody on the charge of having some of the stolen goods. The Bolduc Brothers pleaded guilty while Phillips went to the jury wednesday and they snort address of Welcome after which the High school students of Orleans Sang two songs specially prepared Fortis occasion. The invocation was Byre. C. D. Pierce of Orleans. All the visitors enjoyed the Folk dance by the first Grade of Orleans Public school which was the next number of the program. The county spelling con test was the big event of the after noon. The judges appointed by the committee in charge were miss Flo rence Hal of Maine John Boxen a daughter was born to or an mrs. Divcic Ryan saturday. Or. And mrs. J. A. Tirie and family visited at a. L. Urie s sunday. Marsh Byington of Charlotte spent the week in d at Geo. E. Kings Evansville mrs. Joseph Baldwin is quite sick Walter Buckley is working in debts and eventually the theft of the Money. Judge Howe before passing sentence stated that this Case was one of the most pathetic with which he had Ever dealt and also quoting the Boston Post if her husband had been of her equal the condition would never have in order to reveal to the Public the falsehood of mrs. Katherine Dow s testimony the following facts Are returned a verdict late in the Aiter Noo n of this being the Las jury trial the jury was special session of the court was held wednesday evening at which Blair and Prouty were asked to a near and receive sentence. Blair was found guilty of assault on Ward Prouty and was sentenced to a Fine of $250 and costs and not less than two months nor More than congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday feb. 1st. 10.30, morning service. 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service at 7 o will be a Union service and Rev. A. Turner will preach. All seats free. Bible study on thursday evening at 7.30. Amos Robinson s grocery store. Elgie Warner spent the week in Dhere with her aunt miss Burgess. Or. And mrs. A. D. Seaver of Lyn Donville were in town Over sunday. Miss Gladys Masure t spent the week end with friends in Lyndon vill e. " miss Vera Leland of Evansville spent sunday with miss Florence blood. Dale and Philip Harmon of Boston. Every town and Independent District in the county was represented by one or two contestants except Jay. Num Bers were drawn by the contestant for their position in the line which crowded the platform of the opera House. After a warming up round started the match. Upon the failure to spell a word correctly the contestant was dropped. It was Only after nearly two hours the for Sale three two year old heifers to freshen in Early Spring and ten yearling heifers All Ilo steins and Well marked. Tuberculin tested. D. Walker Barton. 41tf for Sale new and second and electric motors 1 h. To 5 h. P., immediate delivery new Eden washing machines $110 electric flatirons electric toasters Given to the Public. Since the time again. 3. J. Gittle was Nome from Charles ton for the week end. Madam Seavey is ill with Neu non a atthe Home of her Ron Frank. A Era spent tha week in the miss Florence blood of Barton i los. Harry Lee and mrs. S. of Earton visited George Hunt s recently. Vera Leland mrs. Nettie mar shall mrs. Albertine Gray Rev. W. W. Cook attended the teachers convention in orelans last week. The annual donation and Oyster of their marriage about eight years ago until mrs. Dow received the position of pos mistress Dwight Dow was employed As Cream Carrier for the Turnbull Creamery in this Village. He three months in the House of correction at Windsor the latter part of the sentence being suspended and Blair placed in the hands of the pro Bation officer for one year. Prouty failed to appear to receive sentence and the court was informed i 55". E. Survivors numbered six. Two from is Ichols Sarton .2tf lost very Little time and received the both phones. Clyde Batchelder of Newark visit j Derby two from Newport and need his Uncle j. Wesley Batchelder each from Barton and iras burst. Here this week. Same wages the other carriers received. He used very Little of his wages on himself most of it being wanted he left that noon for Woodsville supper will be held at the Church ves that 1 try wednesday evening feb. 4th. In. 11 mrs. Violet Sanborn and daughter of Lowell Are stopping amiss so thursday Forenoon the prime a poultry. Rev. C. D. Pierce of Orleans will give wanted Liv Barton. Elrick,18tf Given to his wife to be used As she thought Best. Sickness in the family during that time was relatively mod Erate and by Economy in the hand Jophia Drew s. Ling of the daily earnings acts a recess was taken and a business meeting was called. A Constitution for a permanent organization of the Orleans teachers had been drafted by supt. O. L. Dugan of Newport town Prin. W. Robinson of Orleans an mrs. Frank Patterson of Newport City and was accepted by the the spelling match was resumed supt. Hamilton Felt that since four of the contestants were from his District he had better turn his duties Over to supt. Cowles of crafts Bur Derby representatives miss Mabel Spencer of st. Johns Bur is visiting her Friend mrs.1 . Pierce. Or. And mrs. A. A. Whitney Are could very Well have been avoided. Vorce Case which was tried at the fall session came up. Attorneys for the doctor argued for the reopening of the Case on the ground that the had discovered new evidence. Their claims. Were rejected by the court allowed mrs. Prime the sum of Money which " she and or. Those who know or. And mrs. Dow s record realize that it was not so an illustrated lecture on the Green mountains. There will also be other items of entertainment. Ladies Are requested to furnish for the tables As usual. Everyone is most cordially invited to attend. Come and enjoy the evening with us. The modern Woodmen voted to have the ladies and children present at their next regular meeting feb. Methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor sunday february 1st morning worship 10.30. Sunday school at .11.45 o clock. Epworth league 6.00. Evening service 7 p. The regular mid wee k prayer meet ing thursday evening at 7.30. Everybody cordially invited. Notice the Epworth league will take alike Friday evening of this week starting from Post office at 7 p. All who can and will use their feet join us and never say it s a Long tramp Tow. R. Moulton s. A Good time is in store for us. Much the Lack of earning rapacity wanted 25 Good woodsmen. Taplin & eates Orleans. 2w wanted Kitchen help wanted at once. Valley House Orleans. 51tf wanted three inc h Rock Maple Plank. Air Jrie d. Apply Chaster la he . 2- 1 5p wanted hard and softwood lop at the Lawrence Mill at Glover a. E. Hanson Barton. 3tf were the first to drop out followed by prime agreed upon More than a year ago soon after the first trouble Gervais Oliver Boucher and m. Bergeron residents of the town of Derby who were found Truilly of not sending their children Victor Borella of Newport and Mabel 5th. The following ladies Are the of Barton thus leaving ble committee mrs. E. Carpen Adelai of pwn not Rita i Ter. Mrs. Thomas Smith. Mrs. G. R. Moving to the Morton Anderson place in South Albany. Rev. I. A. Ranney of Hardwick was in town the first of the week calling on friends. Miss Patterson and miss Seaver of North Craftsbury spent sunday with relatives Here. Miss Jennie Joslyn of Bellows Falls is spending several weeks Withers. Arthur Akley. Mrs. Jerry Buckley is in Wheelock and Florence Miles of in Asburr. Up to school As required by the Laws of Fletcher mrs. F. L. Lapierre . Houston. Mrs. H. H. Leland the state each received a sentence to pay a Fine of $20 and Calfskin and All kinds e. Sockol tax to a. Tel. 24- 42tf on inquiring of the Assembly if the contest should continue until there remained but one contestant the num Erous eight graders from Newport showed their Faith in Adelaide by shouting yes yes go Ashe prepared list of words was Exon the part of or. Dow so much Asit was the absolute Lack of ability on mrs. Dow s part to fill the position of a careful and Home lovin g housewife. Mrs. Dow was extremely extravagant. It is True that Dwight Dow has had his weaknesses who in this world has not but there was Noth Ingro far As the people of Albany could see in regard to or. Dow s deficiencies that would justify the embezzlement of Money. Regarding the automobile bought by or. Dow which she claimed before judge Howe ass to be used for Jitney purposes by her husband it is a Well know fact that As soon As the automobile was pair chef Deor. Dow Wiz Seldom Al Ved by his wife to do any Public Avito work. It was used mostly inthe evenings for pleasure purposes. During the last few years mrs. Kath Erine Dow s reputation in the Community has not been a Good one. On Albert Larabee of Newport Center also appeared at the afternoon ses Sion and received his sentence for As Sault on Seth i. Smith a Nighbor. His sentence was a Fine of ?250 and costs and net less than two months or More than three months at the House who will see that the tables Are Well supplied with food. Oysters will be served. Let All members plan to at tend. Brownington Center t. G. F Rindall remains Tov ill. Mrs. Amanda Powers is on the sick list. Helping her sister care for or. L iet Cher who is ill with experienced schoolteacher. Inc Raire to. Top Pohe. Bar ton. 2s-2 2.lei. 47tf 111 if Ili t i i i. F r i t is i i i 3 Westmore mrs. Urban Brown has been quite ill the past week. Manser Kerwin was in town for a Short time last week. Percival Daniels has been spend ing the past week at Home. Thursday evening prayer meeting at m. E. Calkins this week. Frank Berwick of Lyndon was a re cent visitor at n. I. Switzer s. Iof correction at Windsor the latter part of his sentence the same As there has been considerable Snow fall in the past week and cold weather continues with Little abatement. F. D. Pierce is in Montpelier at tending the annual meeting of the Vermont pharmaceutical association of which he is president an Honor of West Burke g. R. A i in. F eld to r go i spent sunday Hausted the contest was declared finished and Adelaide Humphrey an Florence Miles were declared the winners and the representatives of Orleans county in the dual match schools of Caledonia county Satur Day while Victor Borella and Mabel Robinson were declared the alter nates. Continued on Page six. Salesmen wanted to solicit orders for lubricating oils greases air Pau to. Salary or the Harvey Oil co., Clevel and Ohio. Lip ranted Calfskin carcass and horse hides also All kinds of junk. I. Solomon water st., bar--t1tel. 5g--3. 43tf wanted hard and softwood lumber at the Pillsbury Baldwi n Klill Alcott o Kaa off i. Of More than one occasion she was e. of Char recently visit to i ton a drown or. Lambert of Orleans spent last week with his sister mrs. John la Bea u. De. Pak r fun d Harry cur a were mrs. Benware of West Charleston is visiting her daughter mrs. Maurice Pickel. Or. And mrs. Skinner and two children of Island Porcu Are visiting known to pass checks when she had no account with the Bank. This happened Tiore she went into tiie Post of Etc c. The dec in pronouncing sentence continued on Page eight. Ket Ball team Defeated the local Academy boys in Seaver s Hall Friday eve ninja by a score of 34 to 19. Corn in Lowell on mess the last of the week. Well bestowed upon our townsman. The Christian Endeavor society will hold a birthday social in the vestry this evening. Bring As Many pennies As you Are years old. C. Ford of the Murkland co. Left monday night for Indianapolis Indiana with a Model machine which the company have been f. W. Baldwin was made curator for Orleans county of the Vermont historical society at its annual meet ing held in Montpelier last week. After several years service c. E. Her brother Maurice Pickel. Biair a being suspended and he be ing placed in the hands of the Proba Tion officer for one divorce cases were heard in the afternoon. In Hill is. Hill a Bill was granted for intolerable severity and the custody of the minor Chil Dren went to or. Hill. In the Case of Wheeler is. Wheeler a Bill was granted for non Suppo custody of the child was Given tour and mrs. Wheeler s parents or. And mrs. C. A. Silver of Barton. Attorney Ward Prouty appeared in court Friday afternoon and received a. Sentence of $250. And costs and to serve not less than two or More than three months at hard labor at the House of correction at Windsor for upon his Mother in Law Blair. The prison sentence being suspended and Prouty was placed in the hands of the probation sentence being exactly the same i k.flortwesse1 Nickel & Gross for 1 Nich i can pay a fancy Price. a. Hanson Barton. 3tf b. F. Colby was. In West Burke on Friday to attend the funeral of n. . Mrs. Kale Shannon o West Charleston spent sunday with her Stock is credited with having played an especially fast game for Barton but the team is shy some of its Reg ular men owing to sickness. Monday morning the fire alarm rang calling the fire department to the House of Harry Ash on Lincoln Avenue. About four o clock in the wanted in Barton and or Ftp. S Yuns Man or Young woman wide acquaintance to do some to tiny during Enow Cla parents or. Try mrs. ,. U. Jious or. And mrs. Wilmer Daniels of Barton spent a few Days with his Mother mrs. Urban Brown recently. The ladies Aid society will meet with mrs. Hattie Myers tuesday afternoon feb 3rd for business Etc. Everyone come. Over 40 attended the social at or. And mrs. Geo. Milan s Friday even ing. All enjoyed the evening thanks to or. And mrs. Gilman. Don t Tippo Cion of of. Buswell has resigned from the Feer or. And mrs. C. W. Smith and l Heath of Orleans visited theirly i Rah i 1lw vow "6u of parents or. And mrs. W. Smith improvement club note members of the club Are urged to come to the club rooms thursday evening Jan. 29th. Frank b. Flan Ders Deputy collector representing the Treasury department will b pres ent to give a talk on the income tax and. Answer your questions. After which there will be a smoke talk cards and possibly a Little . Remember the Apollo concert co. To appear Here on Friday evening feb. 6th. Those not holding lecture course tickets will do Well to secure their seats Early. If. Want to earn Money out of lho1 hours address , Newport House Newport. 4- 5 morning one of the family Mebed smoke and upon investigating Dis covered a Small fire started around the stovepipe in the attic floor. It was quickly put out but about seven it broke out again and the fire department was called. It might have been serious but As the flames had gained but Little headway there was but Little damage done. The woman s literary club met with mrs. Perley wednesday eve ning Jan. 21, 14 members and one less factory and Charles Morse has accepted the position As night watch Man. Ralph Mcgorty and Clarence Hazen returned monday from Northfield where they went As delegates from the congregational sunday school to the older boys conference. The afternoon study club will be entertained at the Home of mrs. C. A. Barrows thursday afternoon at three no we. This meeting will take the As that Given Charles Blair and Al Bert Larabee having been found guilty of assault. Will Bedell who pleaded guilty of stealing goods from the Cuthbertson store in Greensboro was sentenced to continued on Page four miscellaneous a Large amount of material intended for this Issue is through Force of necessity omitted and the paper is sued later. "l9ter White boar for service. Aleander Glover. 51tf re i knew Walton s Vermont new on. Sale at this office.2c by mail 45c. Ltd sunday. Or. And mrs. Harold Whitcomb of Lyndon were called Here by the ill Ness of mrs. Whitcomb s father t. G. Crandall i s Laura Whitehill was hone from it i 1 Ai Echo x c to at tend uie teachers Conven to. In or leans last i the people Here were saddened to hear of the death of n. W. Strawn which occurred at his Home in West Burke last week. Or. Strawn was Well known hero and very highly respected being honest and upright in All his dealings the friends and relatives Here have the sympathy of tie Community. Place of the annual reception. Malcolm Buck returned Home tues visitor present. Miss Anny a via gave a most interesting talk on the topic do our schools provide training for life work following with a poem the Law of the Yuk Champion graded school spellers Day and left on the Midnight train insurance and real is with his sister Helen for Boston. On of Ico Dert service Ine presi Dent led a discussion on social Lif Dlutz Ana Mutual com Al Bonds a11 kids of Rilia i i they plan to Stop m Manchester 10visit friends on their return Home. In the schools and the need of co operation on the part of parents Anda son Richard Dietz was born to townspeople. Candies were served by the hostess and a social hour was enjoyed. Or. And mrs. Rooert Mer Iii l Bright look Hospital on the 20th. The child died sunday evening and their Many friends Here extend sympathy to them in their trouble. U a the they so t0 sel1 cal1 Jav Baldwin Barton. 39tf erse5s and sugar Mak car taking monday feb. 9. In Knup barrels ready for deliver pay highest Market prices rij 1" and. Syp the coming mrs. Jessie t. Boardman widow of 1 1ft1wi the late Henry c. Boardman of mice Grace Mcdonald who has Framingham mass., and Mother of the late mrs. A. A Story of this Clace. Died at the age of 77 years in glue from Corn cobs. Or. Frederick b. La forge of the Bureau of chemistry United states department of agriculture has indented a process of making glue out of Corn cobs. This can be made for $8 a ton. Been at her Home in Barre for Sev South Attleboro. Mass., saturday morning january 10th. The decease eral weeks helping care for Neria ther returned Here tuesday. She will resume her work As teacher in the third Grade in the school monday. The fast Newport High school based was born m ular enceline r. Dopp Ferreis burnished for ans. Law fi4?? and me your Foi Nice a Job i can do of Kcf How Rai Fai sickly you get she is survived by her son Harold c. Boardman. With whom she resided Potash in grandchildren Arthur Donald an n old Price before the miscellaneous i " f i Ion i 4- 6p. Rich deposits of Potash discovered on the Island of Sicily Are said to re move forever the world s dependence on Germany for that substance. Pop ular mechanics. I Farmers notice if you want More Money for carcasses than for your Calfskin sell to i. Solomon water st., Barton. Tel 56- 3. A 4p Farmers Stop look listen. Why give your cow hides and Call v., Beds specializing in Ocny of ? i Ursery patronized by so inc Reading surgeons and of i the r. A Boson and affiliated tal of u Olus a Huntington Hospi Ink. J Harvard tank to r Athion oldest British Colony. Newfoundland the oldest British col ony was founded by sir Humphrey Gilbert in 1583. Evelyn Geraldine and Mair and a step son Charles s. Boardman of Norfolk mass. Funeral services were held monday afternoon at two o clock at the family residence read Street South Attleboro mass. Rev. Charles Hetfeld Rector of the st. James episcopal Church Woonsocket r. I. Officiating. There was a wealth of Floral tributes. Entombment was at Edson cemetery Lowell mass. Hardwick Isaac p. Titus the oldest merchant in town in business for 53 years on Jan. 1, died monday night aged 83 years after a weeks illness with Bright s disease. The firm was for Merly Way Titus & co., afterwards sir. Titus buying out the interest of a. T. Way now of Burlington. New Yori r Bue vue Hospital of exceptional y thereby insuring an Adelaide Humphrey Newport Florence Miles Irasburg skins away l am paying our pc no. 1 hides and 70c per la. For no. I calf skins. Bring them in any time the quicker the better. C. A. Kelton Glover it. Irh Totz or Unity for a Thor Nisi n?Parat-l0 n in a branches of three up 0. Its graduates offers a men of i Curie to healthy Youngk Tion d appearance and rep in or Fig a school Educa or s equivalent. For Partick miss Miles and miss Humphrey won the Orleans county spelling contest held in connection with the teachers convention in Orleans and went air Aust two Caledonia county constants at st. Johns Bur y saturday where miss Miles won thereby being pronounced the Champion graded school speller of Orleans and Caledonia counties. Both Young ladies Are eighth Grade students and Are 13 years of age. They spelled Over 2000 words without missing. Lost the continuous. I like vaudeville remarked a girl the other Day because the intermission does t come until the end. Boston to to superintendent of lost Shepherd dog Black White and Brown White ring around Hospital 95 Lawrence Labounty Wiarton. Xwt., Boston Maas

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