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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor ,1 50�?no. ¿7barton, Vermont wednesday july 7, 1920 single copies 5 cents. A pied Vertis a inserted under thl urd for first Inserto pc there Efte a no a in order. Ifo a verse Iwens Wjt re a a i a Cis Pri for Sale a Ivry done Man for Hay a g t. Cook Glover. 24tf Fop. The fat is. Lean baseball game. Ever played on the fair grounds has drawn a larger crowd than the one staged be to the fat and lean men of the town Friday afternoon. The receipts were nearly $100 which goes to the Mana a of the Barton regular team for the support of the team. Space and descriptive Powers both fail to do adequate Justice to the features of the game which were no _ serous. C. A. Barrows played a 6x6 foot Green j very effective game at first base j mrs. R. P. Webster. 27tfiing to his Knees times without num Ber to save the situation. For the m tons of stand j practice they had received no one a g. Jenness. Holbrook farm Irasburg al in Hor a por Sale Home of r r. Brennan Orleans. See foe , Cabinet at a tour car be seen at the Home cd. Robinson High St., Burton. Twp Poe Sale horse weight about Tel. 28-5. Fred Ingalls bar a 27-29p for services Damon jr., mor a stallion. Standard and Register a c. Kimball Glover. 20tf pigs for Sale new lot just i i. Come and see them. Ralph Ham be Newport it. Tel. 213-3. It 27-28pj played a better game than George King Carl Ford and Homer Rush Ford though none of these men appeared to be especially Strong when it came to hitting the Ball at Bat. Despite the fact that the fats played two men in fight Field much of the time the heavy weights lost to the slims 19 to 13. When the smoke cleared away the casualties were not As great As was expected though most of the players on both sides say a never but for real sport the spectators do not exp sect to see a More spectacular game. The $10 offered for a Home run did not leave its owner though the Hitchcock boys would have come close to getting the Money if they could have hit Safe. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor this Chuth will be closed until August 8th. Barton Bank passes $2.000,000 Mark. Mark in assets thus maintaining its s Finno Sqq amount of assets is �208,. Deposits alone amount to More than one and three quarters of a million dollars and the statement shows that almost $1,000,000 in loan on real estate. This growth is considered exceptionally Good and registers the upward trend of business in the Terri a a Bancroft held promoter of Camp Westmore arrested in new Jersey. The person known in Barton and other parts of Orleans county As Russell g. Bancroft promoter of Camp Westmore for girls is in a states attorney f. D. Thompson and r. P. Webster of Barton and John Mccarten of Newport went to new Jersey last week. As a result of the trip a a Bancroft will be tried at the september term of Orleans county court. The specific complaint on which he was for Sale-12 swing stanchions Darling 25tf for cottage a a Large lot at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Isa m. Woodward 19 Pearl St., St. 26tf the Bank has recently added about 100 new safety Deposit boxes and a 1 procured $5,000 from the Newport National Bank by false pretences. New automatic cashier which is a great assistance in counting Silver and in making change. Baseball briefs. Barton returned from Morrisville tuesday of last week with Morris Villers Scalp the score being 10 to 3 in favor of the local boys. Morrisville did not score on Emerson until the ninth and Bartons new players show up Well. Thursday Barton goes to Newport to play the Newport team. Saturday the boys play Orleans at Orleans. Last weeks game with Orleans Here was cancelled on account of wet weather. Next week wednesday Derby line my Iton to forget the Date of 1 a a Satu rits Johnsbury to open its series with that fast team. Done to forget these wanted wanted live poultry. Elrick Tarton. 18tf foe a the Lang House in b�02 on school Street. Terms to it purchaser. Apply to j. E. A tem. Willoughby. 25tf wanted at once laundry a woman work All done by machinery. A Vauney ouse Orleans. 20tf Sale five year old Mare about 1200. Inquire of r. Ispa Lutting West Charleston. 27-28p. Ror Sale seven passenger Stu a her a four new tires Rechanl condition perfect. Cheap. Lion l Boulanger Irasburg. Tel 161-32 26-28p for s.\le�?12 horse Power ols Egnice nearly new with to bks also 1 a Pulley blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 rope. Price right. Edward s. A al Barton. 23tf foe or rent my build a Glover Village known As the Plowe equipped with electric flush closet and Spring water storage room. C. Zemball 20tf or Sale one Chevrolet run-a1 condition. Also one Blair Complete with Chuck Cen tools Etc. P. W. Law wanted�?15 men to Cut and Siel Spruce pulp. F. R. Hastings enry Brooks Barton. 18tf carpenters wanted five Rood capable men eight hour Day. Jervah amp Workins Newport. 16tf wanted hand spinners Cash. Rolls parcel Post. C. Gay Barton wanted fresh eggs and poultry mondays at Orleans express Sto Tion. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf wanted a Calfskin and horse hides also All kinds of Jank i. Solomon water St., Barton. Both phones. 43tf wanted�?16 More Black Maros to Breed to Black Percheron stallion supreme 133559 at $5.00. Vice free if not the Best one m Orleans county. E. L. Graves mgr., bad a. Help wanted both men and women steady work. The work for 1 n Oica Trona. About three b., Wood at r. R. Sid a North of Newport $8.50 women is on Small boxes also veneer pay is $2.30 per Day. Hours 6.45 to 5.18. One hour out for dinner sat a a rebuilt Ford Road Tii touring with starter 2 touring. These cars condition As they dec. P in overhauled and paint Lawson Newport. 16tf to highest bidder All i Westmore a of e in promises or __25-27 or rent farm a a or and Apple or Good House fill Apo two Miles from bar the Westmore Road. Good property. Also 180 and pasture. Pm. For web Ford touring ? As Ltd a edition one with solid mag Ito and a al 34x4 Cas ��<1 tubes. E. Sockol Tel. 24-11, _27tf Overland Sedan. 2 from to c Overland a a Cin of a it Auto sales co. Ove Falls i offer for Sale the Fedan. If you cont pleasure car see me to sell a a a is a no remember a Nitrai Model. Will Odd Yeti by appoint on the a 5nest All weather a Market today. G. S. Urdas Mill closes at 12 m. Any pm Lovee who has worked time As above i Curr a be paid for m Houre. A full week and 10% a Bema add to their pay. Work for men is handling lumber manufacturing backs sounding boards and veneer work. Also several butter teb ers Day or piece work. Same hours and Bonus As paid to women. depends on a Many a �5ility and in Tion he is capable of a a time pay is time and a half. 11 a j a jays Masuro e. L. Chandler co., Obj Hutchins Moto to Quot a Burlington with a party of one the first of the week. Dates. It was shown last Winter that Wilfred a. Bailey alias Russell g. Bancroft had a record for crooked promotion work in other years and in other states. Since their exposure states attorney Thompson with the assistance of others. Detective Brown of Boston being one assistant have been working on the Case and he was arrested the first of last week in new Jersey and lodged in jail. His big handed financing resulted in Many thousands of dollars loss to Orleans county people in Barton Orleans and Newport and his apprehension has been greatly desired for everal months. Barton income tax filers. The following list of persons who give their address As Barton filed income tax returns with the government for the year 1919 Allen Sarah p. Barrows w. P. Barrows c. A. Batchelder j. F. Blood Chas. Brooks Chas. C. Buckley Cornelius. Caron o. W. Chappell w. Comstock f. W. Cornish c. Cowles a. Lee Cutler Ida m. Cutler Henry r. Cutting f. W. Elrick v. L. And wife. Flanders f. B. Flood e. F. Ford Carl p. Gilpin Wallace h. Hamblet c. E. Hanson w. E. Harrington Thos. C. Hogan Geo. M. F. A. Hutchins c. L. Recent weddings. N Orris Blanchard. A Glaude a. Norris and miss Lena Annie Blanchard were United in marriage at the methodist parsonage saturday evening july 3. Or. Norris is a successful Blacksmith in town and miss Blanchard has been employed in the pee Las factory. Congratulations. Hunt Hutchins Kugler Isadore. Mcdonald Evaline. May Frank h. May Fanny t. Mclellan Dean t. Mclellan John Mcfarland Chas. Merrill h. E. Mullavey f. Nichols e. M. Norris c. A. Castim Guay Brooks. John Caston Giray Lor the past eleven years employed in the Granite business in Barton and miss Julia Brooks daughter of or. And mrs. Judah Brooks were married at St. Paul a Church monday morning at 8 of clock. Miss Brooks has been employed in the Peerless factory for a number of years. They will occupy a tenement in the Brooks House. X a a. A a xxx xxx. Underwood Macpherson Pai e the or Quot a Quot Kerce of d. N. Ray Underwood son of or. And a _ xxx Virs. A. P. Underwood of this place Potter Merritt j. Reirden w. W. Robinson Amos r. Roy t. F. Seaver h. T. Thompson f. D. Tower f. B. Webster c. S. Webster Ray p. Willard Charles h. A we need 100 More that a what a boy said about the need for More funds for a county Leader of boys and girls club work. Yes a we need 100 More friends with a Dollar or two from each. Hundreds have already contributed but there ought to be another Hundred with a Dollar for the Good of the club movement for boys and girls in the county. Send contributions to Gilpin Hunt amp co. Inc., Barton. Previously acknowledged $1421.00 Barton local nottes mrs. O. D. Rowell of St. Johnsbury is in town. C. Morse is painting his House e. A. Robinson Brownington ctr.1.00 on water Street. Prospect Pomona Grange xxx t text us Ace m. Emerson Cedar Beach miss Laura Case is at the Home of i a new Hampshire Friend mrs. Marion Nelson for care. John Proctor of Knowlton p. Q., is visiting his brother w. B. Proctor. Mrs. Cora Jewell of Detroit mkh., b a Wiiest at or. J. M. Blakes. A new line of bathing suite at towers. Adv. Mrs. W. M. Wright was in Newport and North Troy the first of the week. W. A. Tower and a. Revoir were in Springfield mass., part of last week. Miss Bernice Hamblet was the guest of friends in Hardwick last week. The Peerless factory is _ closed for the annual summer vacation of two weeks. Miss Mildred Lang is spending the week in East Charleston visit my relatives. A. E. Berry and family have been visiting relatives in Coventry for a few Days. Obed Rich of cd sea gently spent several Days at the Home of j. P. Urie. Earl Fisk and miss Marjorie Fisk visited friends in Bradford the first of the week. Marv Blake Boetes of con co do a. Hts Tolfe guest of her aunt mrs. Jennie Blake. Miss Ethel Hogge of Lyndonville was a recent guest of her fiend. Brownington Grange Fred Ingalls Barton s. Noble Clark Glover g. E. Newton Brownington 10.00 5.00 1.00 3.50 15.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 $1460.50 mrs. George Cummings of hard mrs. Will Cummings of Wick and mass. Leans to rent boat space to House. C. Gay. To rent a pleasant a Rebh room Street. Barton miscellaneous Cash paid junk. Telephone 58-11. D Baa sky Bartok hides and a notice car Otoe Bra Register m Phenix h. L. Davis. Sui lion supreme a Farlane s Mill mondays j a Graves. A or notice--w�11 not it free monday by 5th. Wow ,�s�?~4 a paying m a a it a fire mfg. 25tf lost Between St. Johns 5bi? a us up a a a 5�lonk mrs. Scort Anderson Rakmin Bologna calves hogs bulb 12. Telep be at $1 per Cord Oluic w 2sti Hanson Barton. Mrs. C. B. Stone and adopt Calvin of los Angeles cal., a town for the summer. Mrs. Rochelle of. The Barrows store took a Brief vacation at her Home m Hardwick last week. Miss aft Ian Scott Spe Days the West with her brother in new Haven Conn. Miss Hazel Thongt of Framingham miss Mary Wheeler of so Joto-&"7.csle?. Dang Ira re a Quot i Are in town week. Ruji ifs wet Brnt it my or52s&Quot Asres amp a treat. Ssiss iss s guests of or. And mrs. N. D. Martin last week. Or. And mrs. George h. Davis of California Are in town for the season which will be spent in their cottage in Crystal Lake Grove. Mrs. G. A. Drew and or. And mrs. A. S. Drew attended the wedding of miss Doris Blanchard and w. E. Bond at Newport on the evening of june 30th. Licensed milk Deal ers. District health officer Genge of St. Johnsbury supplies this paper with a list of the licensed milk dealers of the towns of Barton Brownington and Westmore. Every dealer on the list has applied for the tuberculin test and the herds will be tested As soon a possible. Anyone who Sells milk or Cream whether from one cow or from a Large Dairy to private families hotels restaurants or stores must have a License. Failure to comply with this regulation renders the offender liable to prosecution. It is thought that the Public will be interested to know How they May safeguard themselves and their families from milk from tuberculin cows. Town of Barton l. R. Lewis James Revoir e. R. Leroux c. A. Nute h. A. Smith e. R. Cook a. W. Shedd Geo. Cour Chaine n. D. Martin Franz a. Hunt c. F. Clogston c. J. Clogston Sam Aiken c. B. Joy r. C. Stiles c. A. Nutting n. G. Langev ii o. B. Willard f. D. Pierce w. Burroughs s. A. Hunt Judah Brooks c. I. Morse c. Urie J. Jenness w. R. Powney w. S. Hibbard Noah Brooks a. E. Didley e. J. White Albert Tracy f. C. Brown Elwin Jenness a. O. White c. A. Barney Jerre Marston w. T. Powers w. J. Joslyn f. B. Lambert Geo. Lyons Fred e. Cutler mrs. Georgia Rowan a. A. Patten Hale Mason James h. Hardie Rev. R. A. Hanilton f. M. Andrus Guy j. Shepard Fred h. Sisco w. D. Twombly r. R. Bennett t. J. Currier h. Hardy o. Renfrew. F. L. Hall j. Bartlett Frank h. Churchill h. S. Webster tires. And Blanche Macpherson Brownlee of Hanover n. H., were married at the Home of the brides brother in Lebanon n. H., wednesday june 30, at 10 of clock in the Forenoon. They will return to Barton and occupy a Home on Glover Street sometime next week. Or. And mrs. Underwood went from Here to the wedding. Or. And mrs. A. P. Underwood Are in Newport n. H., this week on a business and pleasure trip. Rich Urie. In addition to the facts stated last week regarding the above wedding the following is printed this week a very pretty wedding took place at the Home of or. And mrs. John a. Urie wednesday june 30, when their daughter Ethel Gilmour of Boston was United in marriage to Irving a. Rich of Chelsea mass., Rev. W. A. Warner of Peacham performed the ceremony using the double ring service. Obed Rich of Chelsea mass., brother of the Groom acted As Best Man and Mary e. Urie the brides sister was maid of Honor. Besides the immediate family the brides grandmother mrs. Elizabeth Gilmour and Cousin. Miss Elizabeth Gilmour were present. Mrs. Rich is a popular Barton girl mrs. Rich is a popular Barton graduating from Barton Academe the class of 1910, and Springfield business College in 1912. At present she holds a responsible position with the a. M. Hume music co. Of Boston. Or. Rich is a graduate of Chelsea High school 1909, and Norwich University of 1913. is also a world War Veteran having served 18 months in France with the 101st engineers 26th division seeing action in Many of the big Battles. Since his discharge from the army or. Rich has been employed by the Hood rubber co., Watertown. Practical Farmers talk at Glover. The Field Day of Glover Grange was held saturday june 26th. The program was devoted to the care and Breeding of thoroughbred Stock. Fred Simpson master of the Grange read a paper on the subject a the improvement of he said in part a cattle at one time not so Long ago weighed Only 600 pounds. By methods of careful Breeding they were raised to 1200 Edwin Alexander followed with an informal talk on the importance of keeping High Grade Stock he said a the Man who keeps Good Stock is bound to take better care of it than he will of scrub Stock. Buy a registered male and one Good female of the same Breed make your Choice and done to keep changing the Breed its the one that stays by that wins the Reward. Do away with any scrub full bloods. Buy one outstanding individual rather than half a dozen poorer or. Root of Craftsbury told the Story of his Herd of jerseys Vrzich he has been 30 years in raising. spoke of the importance of a Good foundation in Stock Breeding. said a Weed out the scrubs done to feed too heavy on nine pounds of Grain a Day a cow ought to make a Pound and a half of butter a Day. said he never knew a Man to buy a poor cow or horse to advantage. Done to think that the raising of thoroughbred Stock has been overdone it has Only just Carl bean spoke on the hols ten Breed. said he was fortunate a his foundation cows said he Laid lots of credit to the cow testing association. It is getting so that a sire from a dam that has not been tested is unsaleable a some say give them a cow and about the Gree but with it. We done to pay enough Actea Tion to our Young Stock. It does no Tidie Quot some say give them a they done to care anything Pedigree. I want the Pedi i want a Little cow to a make any difference How Good they Are if you done to feed them they won grow. One thing about pure Gide Stock you Are feeding for or. Bean said his favorite feed for calves was 100 pounds of bran 100 pounds Oats 100 pounds Hominy or Cornmeal and 15% of linseed fed dry. Arthur Simpson of Lyndon vibe spoke on the milking shorthorn. paid a tribute to the honesty of the breeders of thoroughbred Stock. said a pick your Breed pick the one you like and the one that meets your conditions buy Stock from herds that Are commercially profitable. Dirt buy cattle merely because they Are pure bred and because the owner is Selling Bull calves for $500 apiece. Buy from dams with Good shaped udders. Fashion in Pedigree and fads in color Are fickle As the wind. Buy individuals and producers buy from herds that Are free from tube ecu log and abortion uniformity to Type in mass., As an inspector of bred Herd Means much for 1 the Herd. Keep records of prone miss Nellie Keating of West Leba j Allen c. Atkins h. D. Stannard ?leftmmfda7to attend the Edgar Laclair a. A. Go an. Summer school for teachers at Burlington. Brownington w. E. Drake Geo. D. Burroughs f. S. Foster Geo. Hunt John or. And mrs. F. Willard of Sal Marshall Claude Houston pm mass., have been guests of thei Westmore son c. Willard of this town. A George c. Myers Herbert brother Chester a., and a Louise have also been visitors at the Willard Home. Miss Elsie Huntington of South Church Street and miss Florence sister. Knit Calkins Calkins. Myers Herbert g. Ros. Geo. Craig i appreciated in this Section. Many Barton i Ople went to new Cook of Glover leave saturday for port Glover and Albany to the re Lehem. N. A. For the summer parties. Cents of Many gifts of Money Silver records. Advertise your surphy Linen and China after a Short wed Ock in a Good at cultural Pape Ding trip they will be at Home to their or. Epson said he had Good reroute Many friends in Arlington mass. England Glover done to forget to Deal squarely if you Are in the purebred Stock Insl f. Bean has purchased a new Ness. Then one Sale Means Many Nash car. Sales. Albert Gilmour works for Carl these men Are practical breeder bean through haying. I of experience and their words carried the rain saturday was very a of gamers a in Albany. V a Titus who has been mrs. E. A. .11� m she went s Here so the n. And mrs. S. W. Or. Mechanic a we ild or. And mrs. A. F. Grow and son of South Walden and another son of new Hampshire were visit Era at f. P. Smiths on South Church Street tuesday. P. D. Walker had a registered Holstein cow break her leg m the turn last week and or. Walker had to kill the animal. She was valued at $500. Or. And mrs. W. B. Proctor and daughter Grace motored to Knowlton p. Q., wednesday to visit relatives. Miss Proctor will remain for several Days. Miss Laura Case who spent the Winter with the misses Mildr and Glen Lang has gone to have with mrs. Marion Neon. Miss Margaret Wylie who has served in the Independent Telephone Exchange for the past year has resigned her position and gone to her Home in Craftsbury. Wallace Foss has moved from mrs. Carrie Burnhams Houre on South Church Street to a. J. Smith s tenement on main Street Vawter by his son who has gone to Derby. Mrs. C. C. Cumer and daughter. Josephine of Phil Delphia. Pa., Are expected thursday to spend the summer at mrs. S. Carriers. Or and mrs. C. W. Scott of Andover mass., and my a Ciliate Moulton of Manchester. N. H., Are visiting or. And mrs. J. A. Pearson. Or and mrs. E. B. Jaques of new York Are in town for the summer. Returned from a visit to friends in Derby. The Young people of the Glover Grange Are to give contest programs. The girls will give theirs at the next meeting tuesday evening july 13. Or. And mrs. E. B. Lang and grandson. Merle Wood from White River Junction spent the week end at Carl Beans. Drew a ladies ready to Wear shop Newport big Cash clearance Sale starts saturday morning july 10th, for 15 Days Only. Biggest and Best Sale we have Ever offered to the Public. Adv. Or. And mrs. James Lang and daughters Mary and Amy came in their car from Laconia n. H., to visit their sister Here and mrs. Lang a parents or. And mrs. Frank paddle Ford at Newport. Alke Dexter drove her car to Johnson last week accompanied by mrs. Carl bean and mrs. Alex Dwyer to attend the graduating exercises and be present at the alumni banquet of the Normal school of which All Are alumni. Mention should have been made of the gathering of Over one Hundred of the friends of or. And mrs. Carl bean at their spacious Home on a bean Hill a the 20th of june to celebrate their 20th marriage anniversary. Or. And mrs. Alexander Dwyer also other member of the Board. J. A. A it berated Elwir 15th anniversary on Pearson was reelected clerk of the be same the. Ice Cream and cake District f. W. Baldwin Moderator. F Fanny t. May treasurer and Genie i Teky Jennings collector. The party broke up Early. A wishing or. And mrs. Bean Many the death of mrs. E. E. Liddell a More years of wedded life we occurred at her Home in Ever Qixi ver Community Chi tech Ett mass., on june 12, at the age of. A a 66 years removes one of the last rep i pastor. Rev. John Kimball the Romanie foreign missionary society of the methodist Church met with mrs. P. L. Webster on tuesday afternoon july 6th. The attendance was unusually Large and the program very interesting. The hostess served delicious refreshments. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson returned from Boston on the Early train Friday and went that Forenoon to West Glover to escort the remains of Mark bean to North Hatley p. Q., and to officiate at the funeral and interment. Saturday morning he went to Lyn Donville to officiate at a funeral and returned Home to officiate at the marriage of Gordon Vance and miss Eva Wood of Lyndon Villa the same afternoon at the congregational parsonage Here. Twelve voters Only were present at the annual school meeting of Barton Academy and graded school District wednesday evening of last week. A tax of $1.75 was voted for school purposes and f. D. Pierce was elected to succeed himself As a member of the Board of trustees. Wallace h. Gilpin was elected to fill the unexpired term of j. F. Batchelder resigned and r. P. Webster is the or. And mrs. Jaques have spent the i resent Tives of two Well known fam i morning worship 11 a m. Summer Here for several years. Iii a of this town. She was the a sunday school at 12 m. Or. A a or. A a a a a a Quot Friday by automobile from a Ash a Quot to there will be a Praise service next parents or. And mrs. George Owen. Death returned to no in will Tod w Moi in Drew s Ladi Edge Foffi la a psf tote a Wjt of of a Kimball. Tes tue a i orning july she resided some years on a Edwin Xan gave a go Lead Bestle we step son. Richard e. Mrs. George Anderson Ente Tamad and several More Distant relatives. The Lola Sargent Mission Circle ones or. And mrs. Liddell went to Everett Day. July 6th. It was a Home mis Public. Barton experienc it one quietest fourths Yean about six Yean ago. Sion meeting Holland William Palin was in Boston the past week. Harry Hall and family visited her Mother in Newport recently. A. R. Hall has bought the Giay farm in Newark. O. L. Kelley has bought the Lorenzo Wheeler farm. William Smith has sold the Selby farm to Burt Currier. Fred Flinn and Almeda Cray were married thursday evening. L. Wheeler has bought j. Gilmore a place at Morg Menter. Hall spent the week the cottage at mrs. A. R. With her sister Lake it. Or. And mrs. O. L. Kelley motored through the White mountains the past week. Demick Mills the Community was saddened upon bearing of the death of Asa Parker Demick at the Sherbrooke Hospital june 28th. If he had lived until july 1 he would have been 90 years Oil he made his Home for some years past with his Niece mrs. A. M. Doris. Six weeks before his death he was out in the door Yard and stepped of s Little rolling stick and slipped falling and breaking his Arm. was taken to Sherbrooke Hospital where it was thought Best to amputate Bis Arm which they did. gained fast his Arm Healing and was thought to be out of danger when he was suddenly Token worse the Poison from his Arm had gone All through his system. failed fast until met at 9 of clock when he died was brought from Sherbrooke by motor. Tie funeral was held in the m. E. Thu Rob at Stanstead p. A. July 1 Jug 2 o clock. A. E. Raymond of Danville. P. Officiated. The bearers were six of his nephews. Interment was in the family lot in Crystal Lake cemetery beside his wife and daughter who died a number of a cars ago. leaves to mourn Bis loss an aged sister mrs. Smith of Colebrook. N. H., besides nephews and londay night the body

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