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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor this n to first insert a u let than tvs my air fils fobs be Straw. G. T. Of 7 Quot a 6x6 foot Green f Webster. 27tf itt thirty tons of stand Quot a. Jenness. 27-28p Orer Seiko us injury from turned Auto. What might have resulted in a fatal automobile Accident occurred tuesday morning near the South High Bridge when a car owned by Harry Shaw of Newport and driven by his sister. Miss Shaw overturned com Petely timing mias Shaw Ude meath Barton Vermont wednesday july 14, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Four prisoners break jail one captured Cut Baru during carnival Celebration july 5. Neighbor churches and at the where first Aid was Given. Sex larval feat Viteo uts and bruises the r none the worse pc be. Later in the i returned to Newport. Miss Shaw Jailer when i common tee m charge of me by a Homec pathetic i a a so a county congregational Chautauqua Day. At the recent conference of the congregational churches of Orleans county held at Island Pond it was voted to hold a county congregational picnic Field Day or Chautauqua event at some convenient Point in the county to which All congregational people would be urged t attend get where first Aid w a item exc a for a a Sone for severe cuts and bruises they Wal their Esca say a of with to Bancroft to be brought to trial grand jury finds promoter of Camp Westmore secured Money under false pretences. Same time get something of be 1 the committee in charge of them a ilex cd stove in Good inquire mrs. Hale Mason Ros , weight about amp to Ingalls bar 27-29p to Cen Damon jr., mor a Standard and Register a h Kimba. Glover. 20tf lot just of Ham-3. It family sheriff e. J. Hill is in new Jersey where he went to carry information that Wilfred a. Bailey alias Russell g. Bancroft had been indicted by the Orleans county grand jury of fraud in connection with Camp Westmore. Bailey is in a new Jersey jail and sex the by a the Day for the big even a we i �fa.4i�ou papers will be asked for and mom Lough by Lake As the place. 1 Bailey brought Here to stand trial at Rothii Barton local notes acquaint in an informal Way with a i it a a 4� Luiu Wiki mom i Newport a my at 7 o clock when officer Swett nothing definite As to the program a item has been Given out but it is known i court. The escape to. J saving off the bars on that some very prominent men will i Ndow and Bendig them Down be present to address the audiences conference leaders for the work the various departments of the Bailey brought Here to stand trial at the september term of the Orleans e h. Kimba. Pm a Tor Sale new. 5ce them. Ral pc. Newport. It. Tel 213 per it let swing stanchions v . P. Darling 25tf for Sale furnished cottage e Aree lot at Crystal Lake. Mrs. A Woodward 19 Pearl St., St. Fcgtry._25tf Fos in Sutton 1% a a Iron r. R. Station 1 mile from be Burke Village. Win rent or of East terms. Apply to j. E. Fia Aan. Wui Hughby. 28-29 xxx j. In or win now Ana Bendig them Down be p the spending allowing space to get through. The that the week m Lyndonville. Saw was made from a steel knife. It i of 1 mrs. J. R. Colliston spent thurs a a reported that they were seen Mak Chur spent thurs a a mat they were seen Day last in St. Johnsbury. A my their get away about 11 of clock i m the evening. Or. And mrs. C. Buckley were Ini search was at once started which resulted in the capture of one made Wheelock the first of the week. Us a xxx a Eva. Ire suite in the capture of one made miss Alice Mcfarlane is visiting i 7�?zdeputy sheriff Stafford of Lyndon natives in Orleans for a week. 7 follow the prisoners Trail for Mare tix jut 1200. Inquire of r. I spamming West Charleston. 27-28p. Relatives mrs. J. M. Hazen of Rochester is at her Home Here for a few Days. Hon. Porter h. Dale and mrs. Dale were recent guests at hotel Barton. Or. And mrs. C. C. Bald Van of Keene n. H., Are in town for a few Days. Leo Leblanc of the Monitor Force is ill at his Home in Bedford p. Q., mrs. Gladys Farman of Lowell is the guest of mrs. E. D. Alger for a few Days. Mrs. C. E. Hamblet and miss Bernice spent saturday and sunday at a Willoughby Lake. Miss aft Ian Scott is in Newport for he express assisting in the ird office. For Sale seven passenger Stu a few a and Stani mrs. E. A. Cook of Orleans was the guest of mrs. M. Brunning seve i ral Days last week. To Littleton a. was brought to St. Johnsbury tuesday night and ged in the Caledonia county jail. Officer Swett bringing him to Newport wednesday noon. The three other prisoners have not yet been apprehended. Two of them were sailors who were taken offa freight train last week and held As deserters. Their names were Daniel Clyde Johnson from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Henry Neault of Hampton roads a. Orders had been received to have them returned to those stations. The two civilians were Walter Duke of Berlin n. H., waiting trial for smuggling and Walter Clark of Lowell mass., held on charge of vagrancy. Church will be present that there will be music sports and a Basket picnic. In Short the Day is to be a big event for the congregationalists throughout the county and further announcements will be with great interest. Looked for the Celebration at Albany the Celebration july 5th was attended by a Large number of people and was a Success in every Way. The Parade started at 10 of clock led by the Orleans band and followed by several Young ladies horse Back float decorated automobiles decorated and horrible. At 1 of clock p. A. Col. Emery of Newport gave a very interesting and instructive address. The Ball game Between Orleans and Island Pond was won by Orleans. Following is a list of prize winners in the Parade and sports the grand jury were in session thursday and states attorney Thompson presented evidence which resulted in a Bill being found against past history is alleged to be filled with fraudulent promotion schemes in various states. Bailey whose since the above was written or. Thompson has gone to new Jersey that state desiring to hold Bailey on Alley its own account. New y Ork a Barton wins two. In a tight game at Newport last thursday Barton nosed out the Home team 4 to 3. For six innings Barton led 1 to 0. In the last of the sixth Newport made three runs on a combination of Good hitting and weird Plaj ring by Barton Barton however came right Back and tied the score in the seventh. In the ninth Leland was hit by a pitched Ball affix then stole second. Seraphim struck out and Dubois flied out. Then Good old a a Peck Barrows came through with a clean hit that scored Leland and won the game. Bernie Lee made four hits and probably would have made another the Pitcher Hadnot Given him a base on balls the last time up. The score Barton Heath is b. Lee 2b t. Lee 3b Leland la Seraphim if Dubois of Carter of Barrows of Ach setts Maine and new Hampshire All want Bailey also on similar accounts. Snyder c Emerson p mrs. Eusebe Morin. Mrs. Rena Sampson Morin died at her Home on the Orleans Road saturday morning at 10 of clock after an illness of nine months and the past few weeks she had been a eat sufferer but bore her suffering with patience and cheerfulness. All that Loving hands and kind hearts could do was done for her in her Long sickness. Mrs. Morin was born in Henryville p. Q., August 15, 1845. About 1 a r h to a 5 0 12 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 2 totals Newport Monty 3b Lahar of Mossa c Kennison 2b Rublee la Gilman is Brouillette if c. Wells of e. Wells p totals innings Barton Newport two base 41 4 15 27 11 12 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 9 27 12 county wide Field Dat farm Bureau. Grange interests to Coe operate. 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 2 0 1 4 000003000 3 hits Leland 2, Lahar. Floats Manle Valier Grange first i years a of she came Here to live. Her a struck out by Emerson 4, by Wells Albany shool second. Automobiles i a Island died about w yes i Gladys head first r. M. Cowles i and a year last november her second horrible Chicoine Rothbert was killed in the War which passed Ball. Snyder. Four no to it Mahlol 1 Tisdale and a Condit on perfect. Cheap. Leon Ville made a Brief stay at o. A. L Boulanger Irasburg. Tel 161-32 Hubbard s last week. 26-28p for Ford touring a. New in painted and in Good con Iasi. Apply to w. T. Abell county it farm Bureau office Newport. In miss Ina Paige is Home Frem her College work in Delaware Ohio for the summer vacation. _ wanted foe Sale Dandy 1% horse Power gasoline engine in perfect order 1 p reversible propeller. Just right pc heavy Row boat $40. Coat new �?�ws150. C. Gay Barton. 28-29 poultry. Elrick. 18t� foe s.\le�?12 horse Power Ola to teen nearly new with trucks Algol k Pulley by for 1 Inch rope. 75 few of. Price right. Edwards s. 23tf for s or rent my build t a Quot Lover Village known As the place equipped with electric flush closet and Spring water storage room. C. Kimball 20tf wanted live Larton. Wanted at once lad won. Work j.11 done by Machmer. Valley ouse Orleans. Wanted and of Lla parcel Post. C. , nor wanted fresh eggs and a i. Solomon water St., Barton since the above was written two so cd f a a we Osmond a Shock to her. Captured one m Craig Morin is a ived by three new Hampshire. A first Bulger Brothers second. Sad i daughters and two sons Carrie die horse and rider Dorothy Dow Sanna a via Monn miss Mary Kenneson of alb airy i first Guila Rowell second. Horse j and Eugene. Mrs. Monn was was the guest of her Cousin Elsie race running a j. Martin fit a Lomg woman her merest Huntingto last week. _ re Hsi a wort str ass a a a Quot i As an mrs. E. P. Flint of Irasburg up Cycle Rece Ai i Earnest Christian who loved her Church several Days with her sister miss a followed its teaching with the Harriet Austin last week. Lib Ond. Pole vaulting Donald Kel-1 latest Devotion. Her funeral was and miss Daliey first Harry Rowell second. Shot i a cd at St. Pauls Church monday at Iris Len first Harry Row rec Cert guests at hotel Barton. A eel Seco running i a Tery at Barton beside her husband. Mrs j. M. Longyear and miss Ida key first Harry Rowell recon. Snor a a a Longyear of Brookline mass., were put Paul Grill in it Harry Row 30. Reverently a is guests at hotel Barton. Ogita of end a Runny no hotel ban now Ash Jum Harry Rowell first Dean a thus ended a Good life ambitious to Tractive Dimmg room Only donated second. Running Broad the and. And with new indirect lighting. Jump Freeman Mason first Harry present from out of Tow to mrs f s Whitcher is in Hartford ��?o11, second. Attend the funeral were or and mrs. Conn a relied there by. Illness of of Albion proved a better Agaveni a cite help wan a both a St w Mcguy Herd ugh Ter. Mrs. F. S. Kinsey miss Beatrice Parker of Jln up by q., comes today to and blood with her aunt. Mrs. C. A. Barrows. A a Huntington Hackett of al ton. Neb. Boston lyceum school Cowert compare guests of her father c. Medrick Clement and son Eugene of Manchester n. Mrs. David Ena Hilt of St. Hermengildo p. Joseph i . Sampson and son Earl of Taunton Monty 3b passed Ball Sunj Barton went to Orleans saturday and cleaned up 6 to 3. Orleans had some new men and looked much stronger in the first game but the Barton team is in its proper stride now and should win most of its remaining games. The score. Barton a r h to a Heath is 5 2 12 5 Barrows of 3 0 2 0 0 Webster of 2 0 10 0 b. Lee 2b 4 12 4 2 Leland la 5 0 1 10 1 Snyder c 5 12 7 1 t. Lee 3b 5 0 0 1 3 Seraphim if 4 0 0 1 0 Dubois of 4 1110 Emerson p 4 110 2 totals Orleans the ret of Hir sister mrs. D. J. A car from Barre which stood front w several Days last week f a Comstock Market one Day last Quot Quot us up of she Weeke Beret into flame week. The comply will mass. Or. And mrs. James Costigan a Griffin 2b, p an entertainment in Barton on j and Valmore Clement of Suncook n. Pike is h. Mrs. Rosanna Bolduc of Franklin i Mathews la 2b n. Mrs. George Cronin of St. A Brennan if Johnsbury Teles Roy and mrs. Hardy of Buchard of Rock Island p. A. Card of thanks we wish to extend our Heartfelt thanks to our a Chevrolet run a a1 cond Tiwi. Also one Blais the Chuck Cen. Tools Etc. P. W. Law a a a al Ewton. Of steady work. Women veneer j recently is s-30 Day. Hours 6.45 to a Twa Rabl a. A 50 cords about three dry four foot Wood at r. R. Sidle Newport. $8.50 7tf rebuilt Ford Road str Quot a Younng with starter 2 c touring. These cars the condition As they dec. P w overhauled and paint in son Newport. 16tf of Bongah my place consisting n to one acre of land a the Peipu Street and known As opposite the s Nice location Fine Paul Barton. 28-29 above Loyee for 64 Houre a 53 hours will p Bonus add full week and a men is hand to their pay. Work or Ling lumber and veneer backs sounding tub Mak we also sever butter ers Day or piece women. Pay and Iwanus As paid to. . Leans one a out Tor or and 4 of rent farm a Rda acres sugar and Apple or a ban water. Good House i Ait Westmore Road. Good on property. Also 180 and pasture. Pm. On a a site Quot Ltd Presto a. Remy Magneto of 34x4 Cas tubes. E. Sockol Tel. 24-11. And one half the Whitney Humphrey. New lit. A pm Hunt amp a. I��., bar-25tf lost Mare Colt Weighi to rent miscellaneous g. S. Dodge Orleans. Cash pm is junk. Telephone 68-11. Dan Hanasky. Barton. Notice car a i Fey Obrie. R. Co.�, Bartoul a St Strei Guy Bartlett. On , p. Q., week end in with relatives. Mrs beneath Quot the Hood a hand fire extinguisher from the Barton Auto sex,., Caie soon put the flames out and a a neighbors and friends who were so i a was not seriously damaged. The j kind in rendering Aid and Comfort al vomit proved a better advertisement during the sickness and death of our even p Hamon beloved Mother also for the Beautiful Flowers sent. Rosanna Morin Fred Morin Vina Morin or. And mrs. Medrick Clement or. And mrs. Eugene Morin. Westmore Camp Westmore is being opened up As an adult Camp. E. C. Winslow of Boston visited at m. E. Calkins recently. Stration could. Mrs. Peter Paul died at the Dence of her daughter mrs. Strah Tnp 21. Mrs. Paul was taken to the Ferran Hospital. Montage a taken sick in the month of pal and al Proward went to her daughter Home where she died at the onry she was a native of Canada it. Cezaire and leaves one son Dorilla Oli to Battock of a cd a to a a Ofha a a. Or. And mrs. Nek a a Habbard or. And mra Louis me Vicki cd or. And or g. E. Her to St. John a Bright look Cospito Fred Saverer a other Guy to Lyndon let ill will Tom and work m a Cline shop. Or and Jane iss bsh Titerle a and one sister mrs. Aleuts Messier of Barton. Or. And mrs. Paul moved to Barton from Turners Falls mass., last fall Brownington Center mrs l. N. Land spent sunday at la Jav Lundus in Orleans. Several from Here went to Albany to the Celebration july 5. Adelard Cabana has recently had a milking machine installed h. L. Davis. A ads never shod. 28-29p Between St. Johns to a Side piece belong a in bed. Finder Prele Cowe. A a a a Flo. Odiea Lai. Vii twp irks Ani Afon stallion Farlane a Graves. And. Re ,f Barton 39tf the storm struck the electrical Troy motored to. To Ream at $1 per Cord whale it i 26tf i wee. Clearance Hanson. Barton. Done to forget the. Re by to Wear haired color do May understands property and a knee by pro a chamber a re it selections. Florance of tto Yoor miss both of whom Are Albert Gadbois of Manchester n. H., is visiting at f. Simmond s. Or and mrs. W. P. Smith visited at c. W. Smiths at Orleans Over sunday. Mrs. Mary Simmonds dirty has been visiting her son Fennis Sim ondus. V m Porter of Orleans spent the weekend a the Home of i. Son. Porter and mrs. John to daughter. Marion visited in one Day last week. Wallace the utile son of Philo a a a none last week dislocating one shoulder. Misses Mary and Matilda Fraziere of or or p a a mrs. Evans of Norwood mass., is boarding at g. C. Myers. Beor a Basic a c Montague totals innings la 41 6 11 26 14 a r h to a 5 0 0 1 3 4 1 1 0 12 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 5 0 2 8 27 11 at a meeting of the Orleans county farm Bureau executive committs held in the Spring it was voted to accept the invitation of Glover Eood. Unity to hold a coun wide Field Day in that place some time in the committee in charge consists of three members of the farm Bureni the master of the Pomona Granta and one business Man each from to a Newport chamber of Commerce the Barton improvement club and tha Orleans improvement club. Tha committee will meet in the near a Ture and formulate plans. This Isth big out of doors event of the be Aarau there will be something doing every minute. Plan now for a Day off anal take in this big county wide Field Dahl it is hoped that very soon a county club Leader will be procured to a the boys and girls of the county ready for the fall fairs and train teams which Are to represent tip clubs at the state fair. Several Caos dilates for county Leader Are univ consideration and it is probable tin one of them will be appointed to tip position within a month. Meantime the clubs Are working splendidly and planning to a beat their own record a which is the Chuich motto. The wide awake club 1 Brownington Village has set its Garden aim at $100 profit and its Canning aim at 400 quarts the Mem Phr Magog willing workers club of Newport is holding meetings regularly and the president Helen Heye reports Caps and aprons made and a go bit of Canning done toward the 200-can pledge the Busy Bee club of Brownington Center is luckily a carrying on with work and meetings a spite of the fact that they have a no Leader since mrs. Leslie Duttar moved away in the Spring. Tha Brownington Jolly juniors and Wib ing workers Are also very Busy taming food and Canning cooking Aai sewing so that they May have bigger and better results for this year. Considerable interest is being Showa about the county in the Holstein calf club and already three boys have purchased calves with Money procure by note from the Bank these boys a Floyd Norway of Newport and the Swanson boys of Browning ton and Are without doubt the Proimo it est Young chaps in the county. 123456789 a out for batting out of turn. 00000301 recent communications from Clia members in the county contain Theta expressions which Bear the real Eldh since in be joined the club than i Dii sentiment a i love Canning Bette before and a a it a fun to work for a this Rogrit combined Wilc the Energy and to which the dab members Are patting into their work is sure to get big results which w9 speedily repay Gilpin Hunt a cat and the Many contributors for tip Effort put Forth to procure funds Leader. The records of other years a show that Barton teams have always won their share of the St. Johnsbury games and everyone knows that the Joseph Tatro visited his brother by Root team is a 1 not Toj cd. At Newport a few Days recently. It is believed the either Newport or Charlie Cole has been visiting at Barton can give St. John sub an a his uncles Home in Newport for a ement Well Worth a Tchong al Eek though it is realized that the scale town boys have far greater resources Rev. Bole of Hardwick was in town from which to build a team. Saturday in the interests of the Barton 2000003016 Orleans 000002100 3 first base on balls Beor 1, Emerson 1. Struck out by Beor 3, by grf Fin 1, by Emerson 5. Hit by pitched Ball Emerson 1 it is understood that St. Johnsbury has cancelled All its games with Newport and that All its games with a ton Are indefinitely postponed. Of course no one thinks St. Johnsbury is afraid to play but it does look queer j m some sections of a Little More a the it is impossible to summarize Tom results of the farm Bureau me Mew ship Campaign to Date since not al of the communities have been Heaz from and none of the common Iea have made a Complete report. The incomplete report shows 509i Incret a of new members which fact worm indicate a greatly increased membership this year. Due to various causes some of the committees were delayed in get tit the Campaign under Way and so it is made necessary to car the Campaign along into july. There is Nee and Church. Carroll Pic a and family recently visited at her parents. Or. And mrs. Harley Berwick is visiting his father z. P. Berwick and sister mrs. Minnie Switzer. Elder Hiram Carpenter who conducts a Mission in Worcester mass., is visiting his sister mrs. M. E. Clap ppr. Rev. William Rockwell of new York City has been engaged to fill the pulpit until the arrival of a Tor Here. Pas Mosin. Mrs a f Simonda. Lathe at the heme of a or ref one Day last week. We m�?od�?ohr7misr r.1s k re�to.�iwmr�. Wiiiam Lymph. Or and mrs. Collins Lacorne with Rke Ira meats took an Auto trip to stomps. Derby and Newport saturday. Or and mrs. William Russell and son. Leonard of Barton recently vis continued on Page i. Mrs. Benjamin Mason of Groveton n. H., is visiting her daughter mrs Rawson Calkins. J. Tatroy a. Mrs. Elmer Knight and two sons. Way land and Reginald Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. Charles Carter at Lowell. Or. And mrs. Leslie Tyler and four children of West Medford. Mass., visited mrs. Tyler a brother a. E. French thursday and Friday coming by automobile. Frank Berwick and family. Mrs. Albro Bradley and family and mrs. John Reyce and three children from Lyndon Center spent the fourth with mrs. A a. I. Switzer. The evening meetings at the Church will be conducted by the local people. A very interesting meeting was us by Lee Emerson sunday evening. Miss Flora Emerson is Leader next sunday evening. A cordial invitation is extended to everybody. A Pride goeth before a you did no to have any fall. Fan Quot but if Pride you Evansville miss Vera Leland was ill the last of the week. Miss Viola Smith of Boston mass., is visiting relatives in town. Frank twombly of St. Johnsbury was a recent visitor at a. Miles. Mrs. Della Hilliard is Home from Orleans where she has been nursing. Or. And mrs. Elmer Hilliard of Orleans visited at Charles Hilliard a recently. L. A. Drown spent last week in White River Junction the guest of his son Earl. Mrs. Alma Griffin of Newport City was a guest of mrs. A. E. Tracy several Days last week. Maorice Tracy of Dor Cheater mass., recently visited his parents or. And mrs. A e. Tracy. Win labor Feu while working at the Whetstone Quarry last week a Juring his Elbow quite badly. Walter Norris of Orleans has moved his family into one of the Pike co. Houses and has employment at the shop. Or. And mrs. Harry Webb and mrs. Annie Perkins of Hanover. A a a. T several Days last week at e. M. Up enter a. Leon Knight of Pike n. A. Is in town repairing the water wheel at the Whetstone shop and boards with mrs. Alfreds Mcdowell mrs. S. R. Morash of Boston and mrs. W. J. Campbell and children of Concord n. H., Are visiting their parents. Or. And mrs. W. R. Devereauz. Cari Wheeler of Morgan and Kath sri Tive Energy on the part of the a Mittie if the quota is to be reached. It is interesting to note that the greatest Success is resulting in Thea Coia mittens which have adopted an taxi to out a real Community fms program. This would Imp Rale that if the work is to be Succena Ful and obtain the Active support of the majority of the Farmers it Mosic be based on local problems which Ara being attacked in an organized Way by the local people themselves. There is still a Chance to get a Pennant for your Community showing that your quota was reached. Is your Community to be in the Black list or will you be Able to present your Pennant of accomplish Eoff at the annual meeting Leen Brown of Newport were unite in marriage by Rev. W. W. Cook at the m. E. Parsonage thursday Eren ing july 8th. The ladies auxiliary will have a a quiness meeting at the Chura thursday evening of this week. Everyone interested in the Church a urged to attend or. And mrs. Allen Smith of on mass. Marcia Scribner of new York and mrs. Ella Bobbi in it a of by ton mass., were recent inc m Adelbert converses and e. M. Carpenters. Coventry Walter Cleveland is Home Tram Boston. Horace Wilder and family Hava returned from Hudson mass. Mrs. Efre Smith of North Wood Stock has been a recent guest at Tow of l. A. Smith. Or. And mra will Thurber an daughter Ruth of West Burke spent Sun a with relatives Here. Mrs. Edith Batchelder has been spending a few Days in Irasburg a a her Friend mrs. Harry Manley. 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