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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50-no. 29 up advekil3.nl Serti Kluane of Host Inser loj so , Sale in scale oat Straw. G. Two r.x6 foot Green a r. P Webster. 27tf hot shot from m est More. Or. A �?o>5 192� Hii w Coriaty has or of suprise planned by their friends Ftp Rny a i successful one. The Blush intentions Orbeso so i a eds a by to Barton Vermont wednesday july 21, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Enjoyable Surprise supper at hotel Tsa toil. A the week at hotel uni fat Vej Quot week at to Iid t supper Given to or and mrs. James Baker of Brookl sary of their manage. It was ban w. Brown Ever been a a of. The town of Westmore to a a has he Ever paid a tax in this town exit on a Small summer cog i How Many voters in Evansville Post Hiing s bed his filing Damon jr., mor Standard and Regis pm a Kimball. Glover. 20tf Vrr lot just 5 Cee them. Ralph Ham Tel. 213-3. It iitf�?12 swing stanchions h. P. Daring. Sale furnish a a a. At Crystal Lake. Mrs. I Wodward 19 Pearl us St Lehr ale farm in Sutton a Froe r r station 1 mile Froin Barke i Lape. Will rent or a easy terms. Apply to j. E. I. Willoughby. 28-29 a year old Register Rita Bull. Come Early and Avo Jii d. Verrier Barton r. Of Toilie Road.__29arsale Dandy 1% horse engine in per to order a terrible propeller. Just right t in it Row boat $40. Cost new res ii. Gay Barton. 28-29 sale�?12 horse Power ols Icea Riv new with trucks also 1 a to blocks 1 Inch rope 75 Quot a rope. Price right. Edwrd s. Banon. 23ti foe Sale or rent my build a in Glover Village known As the be equipped with electric 1 closet and Spring water storage room. C. Kimball 20tf foe Sale one Chevrolet Ron a m a1 condition. Also one Blais a Complete with Chuck Cen a ii tag tools Etc. P. W. Law Strapon. Of f�?Tjesale�?50 cords about three 5 by four foot Wood at r. R. Sid Miks North of Newport. $8.50 f. 0. B. Cars Guy Cour West Glover. -7tf a be sale�?2 rebuilt Ford Road-11919 touring with starter 2 a it touring. These cars m Good condition As they being overhauled and paint of w. Lawson Newport. 16tf my place consisting Bam and one acre of land on Lake Street and known As Ujj Sheltra place opposite the rehoused. Nice location Fine aul Barton. 28-29 female or rent farm sugar and Apple or a h water. Good House Miles from bar-1 Westmore Road. Good _ Quad property. Also 180 a land and pasture. J. M. It Barton. 16tf of a owing to m health i offer Sale my 200 customers also serving same. A Herd of 20 cows itty Jwj Eutzly been placed on a him. A Brigham Newport it. 29tf mud one half own As the Whitney at rear of Newport it expo it. Building 30x-r the Opportunity building now �0 paying Grod in a a i hint. For inform Humphrey new a pin Hunt amp co., inc., bar-25tf lost few Abu car on Road bore Goss _29-30 three or old Bay filly a communicate with Barton r. D. 29-30p weighing never shod. F. T. 28-29p a a Dkl a i tween St. Johns-iu<3s belong finder ,e Quot udi a a Straw hat Eek. Find a the Monitor office 29-30 Cryst Lake hotel on sunday local girl in lyceum company booked Barten. Window cards Are up announcing Gie appearance of the Boston lyceum school company of artists in Barton r Raay evening. The company is composed of four Young ladies who give an evenings entertainment consisting of instrumental music and readings. The pianist is miss Florence blood More real estate changes. The Davis Block located on Post office Square and one of the Best business blocks in town Chan hands this week when George h. Quoted the property to i. Be Stine of new York proprietor of the Bradford clothes shop which business occupies the main store on the Street floor. The Block was erected by or. Barton 9, Derby line 7. A team called Derby line visited Barton last thursday a couple of hours and when they went away vis deed Barton had placed another game the a a won column. Barton offered a new Pitcher named c. Blood of this place Davis some 25 years ago soon after is a j was one of the first Modem business talented Young lady who spent the blocks in town and in Many respects season m Boston studying i the finest. The building is 40x165 is r work As a lyceum artist and her feet two stories and a tenement and api Arance m Barton will be greeted a is steam heated. The Street floor comrades of sixth Vermont tour m California. Redlands calif., july 8. Last or. Editor it May be interesting to the Sti sunning meet a of old company Vermont volunteers Oak Hill. Several times it looked As i the Best companies Ever raised in of though they were going to climb him i leans county the defense of of but each time he proved himself too j country during the dark Days of the Steep. Civil War and who Are Fortuna in b. Lee and Snyder had a Field Day a enough to be readers of the Monitor at the Bat getting four and three the news est paper published in the county to read of the reunion of the tills Centrepiece set in a co Tams Cne Small store recently a filing petition contains 1 ferns there ran Dainty Pink ribbon entertainment will be Given in 1 rated by mrs. Hutchins millinery who her 20 voters including to the places of the guests tokens k congregational Church the business besides the Quot Bradford clothes �?o>��?~>5 Sar rounded the Elk yes la la a a Dkl i store the second floor to pc pied by enthusiasm. A contains the Small store recently a director and other town officials. It seems just and reasonable West More to be represented in the Senate by a Man who has lived in town 31 years has been representative and school director and j ,. Be to a miniature Bride dressed in silk with Long train and veil stood hand in hand with a Boyish figure in fishing clothes perched on a Fence and exclaiming a go to bar ton. As or. Baker is a creditable Fisherman the joke was greatly App recited. Or. Macgillicudy in a est tax. If the fair minded voters of a Graceful and dignified speech voiced the county Are to a give m est More a the felicitations of the Chance Why not elect a Westmore which or. Baker re non. Man instead of director and now a selectman and Justice of the peace. Or. Calkins has always worked the interest of his town and paid an Hon irom friends surrounded the places v in a pay of the Happy couple while to ment of an electric motor and Blower the Mer he est phased. Westmore Man who has lived equal Grace _ pm town less than one year qualify i and mrs. G. Ira party to Baker responded with cations being equal. Respectfully c. A. Gilman. Wanted wanted live Quirton. Poultry Elrick. 18t� wanted at once laundry woman work All done by machinery. Valley ouse Orleans. 20tf wanted hand spinners Cash. Rolls parcel Post. C. Gay bar the guests were or. Ira Lincoln of Barton or. And mrs. D. Macgillicudy miss Elizabeth Miles miss Alice k. Ames and or. Evans All of new York. The entire party is spending the month of july at hotel Barton. Wanted fresh eggs and Poul try mondays at Orleans express Sta i Tion. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf i Barton local notes George f. Reed was in Derby on business last week. L. J. Hitchcock is on the sick list unable to attend to his business. Mrs. W. Benware was in Woods Ville n. H., saturday and sunday. Mrs. Hill widow of the late s. S. Hill sustained a stroke on thursday during tickets will be sold Advance by Young ladies of the Church and the general admission Price is 35c adults and 15c children. County meeting of Emery club. There will be a meeting of the Orleans county Emery club at shoo Hall in Newport tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock. Every member of the com Mittee from the towns of the county Are urged to be present and the Public is invited. The Call is issued by m. M. Tapir of Orleans chairman and d. N. Dwinell of Newport Secretary and treasurer of the organization ans carrying the Emery Campaign to a Complete Victory will be perfected. A the meeting is open to All. Hits. The score innings Barton Derby line Barton Heath is Webster if b. Lee 2b 123456789 20200104 040000008 a r h to a 4 12 1 Sipany recently held out on the Pacific coast three thou Miles from Home after a separa Tiea store. The second floor is occupied by ,. The masonic bodies and contains three i Leland la front rooms a rented at present. I Snyder or. Bernstine contemplates improvements immediately. This Sale completes the changing in ownership of every business Block surrounding the a a Square within the past few years except the Seaver Block and of course the Bank Block which was built Only a few years ago. Another real estate Deal is the Transfer of the Lang House on school Street to b. Fairbanks of Sutton who will Lipove Here this fall with his family. Or. Fairbanks formerly lived in Barton coming Here from Greensboro but later buying a farm in Sutton. Henry Gay has sold his House on Sheffield Street to or. And mrs. R. B. Bement. Wanted a Calfskin and horse hides also All kinds of junk i. Solomon water St., Barton. Both phones. 43tf wanted a girl general House work in boarding House. No cooking. Mrs. Jennie Kipp Orleans. In wanted a working housekeeper in family of two in Brookline mass. Pay $12 per week. For further particulars inquire of mrs. F. C. Browning Barton. 29-30. Help wanted both men and women steady work. The work women is on Small boxes also veneer. Pay is $2.30 per Day. Hours 6.45 to 5.18, one hour out dinner. Saturdays Mill closes at 12 m. Any employee who has worked time As above 53 hours will be paid 54 hours a full week and 10% extra Bonus add to their pay. Work men is handling lumber manufacturing piano backs sounding boards and veneer work. Also several butter tub makers Day or piece work. Same hours and Bonus As paid to women depends on a Many a Abili and Tion he is capable of Filip am time pay is time and a half. Call a see us. The e. L. Chandler co., leans. Of a to rent to rent five room tenement on South Church Street Bart mrs. L. E. Holbrook. To rent store and three Roontas in Davis Block Barton. Steam heat. Store suitable Milne ice Cream Iarlori Barber shop or fro l stand. Rooms up one f f office Quot or amp Hois Keepin May a miscellaneous Cash paid furs hides a Telenie 58-ll Daniel a Baa sky. notice car of no a Rishi Quot a a a a. A Quot look Barton. 25tf foaled 1917, at my farm m Awood h. A a a Zonfa a Graves. Insurance and Tate Best a Tock and a a panties. Surety Bonds All Kim at $1 Par Cord whale it last gtd Hanson Omak notice to Erst you Mil "4 to buy your Yards monday jul y 26. Found found Smau Mau Girt me about the Flat Points haired color disk in understands French. A a Rev and mrs. A. G. Buchanan of Craftsbury is visiting at the Home of g. Urie. Miss Vera Carpenter is enjoying a vacation from her work in the Bank. Mrs. E. W. Barron is entertaining a picnic party at Willoughby Lake to or. And mrs. W. W. Hartwell of Northfield Are in to in several Days. Or. And mrs. Albert Webster Are guests of their son in Boston the week. G. A. Folsom was the guest of his Mother and sister. Miss Etta last week. The band concert tonight will be the combined Orleans and Barton bands. Or. And mrs. Ter of Concord n. H., Are visiting mrs. Jennie Blake. Miss Jennie Joslyn of Bellows Falls is spending some time with mrs. Arthur Akley. Mrs. Walter Hackett and two nieces of Bellows Falls Are visiting her Mother mrs. Mcdonald and brother and sister David and Evaline Mcdonald. This week has been greatly hindered Charles Merrill of Whitefield n. past week by heavy Rains they had Post settled at but with every bit of Clear sky the Ter or. Merrill working at a Vail haying 1 iring the september 17, 1881. In 1898 she married Fem ado Chaffee and to them two daughters. Hazel and Lucy were bom. Or. Chaffee a time was Shoemaker in this to in moving from Here to Lyndon Center where he died. In february mrs. Chaffee married oppor farm tha full held tuesday or. And mrs a Oncey Smith j 2r husband ind Daust a Park Street entertained relatives on Brothers Albert l. Gleason of sunday from Derby line. Smith returned with them to Derby line a few Days. Be King made her Mother a birthday Call at Orleans hos mrs. Pital on july 16th, mrs. Shedd had Many souvenir cards letters and gifts on that anniversary Perley goad of Claremont n. H., us been visiting his parents or. And mrs. George goad several weeks during this time he went Tosee his brother Joseph in Akron Ohio. Among the Many interesting Mes of taking a vacation was that of Roy Hubbard who went to St. Johnsbury and Danville on horseback and spent several Days with relatives returning by the same conveyance. The Peerless factory will remain closed another week because repairs. Miss arc not Complete on the water wheel. Sisir Hmuphrey re feed in Beebe a few Days last week. F g. Burdick spent the latter part of the week in Claremont n. H., visiting relatives there Misa Madeline Quot we the outlet to the see and repairs to dams and Penstock Are also a my made. Misses Gwendolyn Edwards and Marion Jones of Burlington and a a if b i a Faye. The automobile of silk a a ent of Sina Tely no one was injured neatest the new Cement mrs. Julia drown and or Brooks motored to Albany n. Y., to visit relatives last week. Robinson the past week. To two c e Hubbard and son Don Aldo a Iii i Adolph and Bethel visiting relatives and friends. M mrs f g. Burdick and remember Thepe a a Orsk Quot sme fat s o Stock monday afto Roou. Places in to windows of a a shei or to Tore a a a Molix r Vii Clorand several other sr.tv�re�?o.7 the Ltd me of m. K. Now. Mrs. Daisy ?? Quot re Kun let of a is is a a i a Eai Aud Bur a a Quot Rar in is of a up s Rufo our a a mrs or a a of a a or id Quot a the s rom. Visited his flu ily lost w Humphrey and Ruth the weekend with Newport it the a a a Ems in business Ploenes m Tibe in Quot a a a Tiol Quot Surg c a. A a is. Wednesday about 10 o clock. A Eluie a a Tritos will be held m Odd try much de my been goad mrs. John Proctor who al Home in under Stanus property is _ _ _ have same by pro veg Cuba mate a u White River Quot Quot Quot a Webster and f.25y so to a in a a run held in Odd Fellows rooms a Quot a. Sam few this being the necessity out the present condition been to a previous make this clinic in order to and Salt the report of won. A it will not Only be of me to the people of ver it but in Talso be of interest and Benefit to m a Fud ��4�?oatafuj be. Siss did woks repack Lor an operant the operation was is earful performed by drs. Audi Miltimore. Bat Lack of a a a path she failed from Midnight Siy Siil the end Caum a Day she waa Bora m Glover Barton and Francis j. Gleason of St. Johnsbury and two Sisters mrs. Lilia Dubois and mrs. Ola do Wner of Lyndon Center. Glover Hill Crest farm has purchased a Nash automobile. Mrs. Helen Perry is attend ing Normal school in Keene n. Rev. John Kimball supplied a pulpit in Morrisville sunday. Or. And mrs. F. Beans it the week end with friends at Lemdon. Willie Lyon is assisting thai the haying season at Hill Crest farm. Herman waterhouse me., called on friends in to in monday. Or and mrs. Morris Wiley of Manchester n. H., visited in Glover last week. The Fomil Iee of j. A a Borlaug and f. Bean spent some tune at Joe s Pond last week. Or and mrs. Oren Miles of Grove toil n daughters were m town on monday. Or and mrs. Will Leonard spent Fung ladies was very much Eny it Yed. Mrs. Sophia Armstrong has sold we Sucre Elbow. Quot who has taken Possession. Mrs. Monroe Corliss who of Hay is making a rapid recovery. D n Dwinell and Ianuly of new s her a a i Rio a do a to we or sit Berun Salt Lemou a if is a so Vaye burial was m Sheffield. Or past the farm on he has a 2000-acre Plantation with 1000 acres under cultivation of hemp and Coconut. _ Glover Community cetus cd pastor. Rev. John Kim Boll coming worship. 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 m. Praise service at 7.80 p. M. T. Lee 3b Carter of Barrows of Hill p totals Erb Derby line Mcgovern 3b Hunt la Labaree is Lahar of Wells p Jenkins if Stevens c Hubbard of Rublee 2b totals 7 i of 56 Yeaw. There were Howey i e but two of the old company to a�-1 ser to Roll Call William l. Of who enlist from Derby and Ihm a a _ subscriber from Glover. Be Assai a 1 u was a most enjoyable Leonisa. 0 i Comrade Neil is a retired lawyer a 2 judge now living quietly As the Ahad-0 own lengthen with his Good wife m 0 their suburban Home in los Angelaa. 0 surrounded with All the Comfort 1b or i a �sr3.�?~�?oil?c�?��?~ 0 1 15 0 0 4 39 7 10 24 Eli spen. Three children Are out m the world Thomso Ives be Resemi As the smallest boy in the Compaq. Yet there was no braver or better sgd Dier and As proof of heroism 1� to a a a a a 186a Ifie occasion of this Happy Runka 3. Man was celebrated by the comrad it stolen bases Mcgovern Snyder 2. J Ful a7to Quot Tri sacrifice hit heat two base hits Bakersfield a Dan cd of lab a b. Lee Snyder Hill. Struck out. Over what is known As thl Hill 8, Wells 4. Base on balls. Hill but before passed balls Stevens 2. Hit bats ther permit me to say ight he t of one was a typical Vena remember the game with Lyndon Maksl degree the Ilwitz he Ville saturday on the Fairground an by disposition that so cts a. Help with your presence and you her youth. She will a few of Pajank ral a known the world Over and the Fame of the fair of its palmy sol m Banks baseball team is spreading hurdy of Glover rapidly Over North Pastara Vannot. Quot be Sulit i a vet Jan and the Only drawback visiting Lulu Baker of St. Johnsbury Center a few Days. Or. Joyal and family from Newport visited at Theodore Joyalys sunday. Two of the boys will help him during haying. Mrs. W. A. Blake of Lowell who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Mabel place has returned to her Home. Mrs. Place went with her a Short visit. Ross Wright has sold his hound. A to it charming personality was that in was not bom in Vermont. Now to return to the Mountain ro4. For it is worthy of special Mantic the name a Ridge route a does not half express it. It is a veritable line drive on the rim of the worm. The most wonderful Auto Road in the world but recently opened full 8$ Miles through up and Over the Siena Madre Range climbing through tunnels around Sharp curves not 100 feet of straight Road in Jas of Cissy up gta7i? a in the topic of the pastors semen next sunday will be a Community the subject of the social vice at 7.30 wifi be. A self West Glover Harold Baker has 4x>aght an Overland ear. Raymond place has hired the Sommer with Dana Clark. Mrs. Nettie Baker and David Are in the state. The Price received was $150.or. And mrs. C. F. Blanchard and or. Newman of Lowell mass., visited at the Home of p. Skinner a few Days last week. Or. Blanchard is a retired apothecary of that place whom or. Skinner worked when he was a boy and has not seen 37 years also mrs. Bro Wing and Date enter Gene Vieve land or. And mrs. E. T. Anderson and daughter Ruth. Brownington mrs. Della t. Miner was pleasantly surprised saturday by the arrival of her daughter mrs. Belle Blake and her two daughters from Providence r. I. They left tuesday Montas Kett Beach where or. Blake meets them several Days Outing before returning to Providence where he works the Railroad company. Brownington Center Lyman Seymour and family spent sunday in Sheffield. Mrs. Jennie Robinson is visiting friends in Beebe p. Miss Hattie Dutton is in Hanover n. H., Hospital treatment. Mrs. Charles Gallup spent part of last i Creek at her Home in Newport. Or. And mrs. Antoine Prevost jr., of Irasburg Are visiting their parents. Will Hall of Barton was a guest of his Friend Walter Young Over sunday. The ice Cream social saturday net pro _ evening was a decided Success needs $10.30. Or. And mrs. Clinton Judkins and son of East Barnet recently visited at Philo Powers. Mrs. Lucinda Hanson of East bar net is visiting her step daughter mrs. Philo Powers. Mrs. Harold Webster and children of Bury a. Q., spent last week with her father Lewis Bennett. Mrs. Ethel Hudson and son Bernard and Louie Demar of Enfield. N. H., Are visiting at mrs. Sarah Weed ends. Ai Fulford of Pauu music and mrs. Chester Thompson of Newport n. A. Were visitors at Philo Powers sunday. Or. And mrs. D. C. Chevalier of Orleans spent the week end with mrs. Chevaliers parents or. And mra. P. G. Stone. Mias Laura Whitehill has renamed from Charleston where she a Beer helping care her brother in Law Merrill Lewis. Mrs. Leslie Dutton of dal Boraie Mills p. Q., is stopping at the Dat ton he while Misa Hattie Dutton is in Hanover. Ira Gray has been entertaining a brother and wife from Rochester. N. A a a also Reut Ivea from Island Pond the past week mrs. James Labounty of Barton and or. And mrs. Joaeph Lapont and mrs. Olin Lapont and daughter Ola of Lowell were visitors at j. Cur Rier t the past week. 18 reached and then Down Down. _ ten seeing a Section of the Road Una dress of feet below and then age a sections of the Road hundreds of Faig above and soon we ourselves wow be there so on we went zigzagging Over the mountains at every Point of the Compass amid the surroundings in nature in its most inspiring grandest a distance of nearly 60 Miles. At we Point i counted seven Mon Taia ranges. Between ranges we a Comer of san Jauquin Valley a expanse of possibilities. Bakersfield in the midst of a Lang a Fertile Valley is a thriving Towa of 25,000 population. The next Day ass visited the famous Kem River a9 Wells near there said to be the Lar Geak Oil Fields in the world of Over Low producing Wells under control Aff course of the Standard Oil Compa ajl we took More time our Rem trip consuming much of two Day stopping Over night in the Mountain a at a Little Wayside inn the main Bobd ing being simply a dining room Aoi Kitchen surrounded by 24 Small cd tages about 10 feet Square sleeping. Meals served from 5 a. M. Antil Midnight to accommodate to Riata by the Way Only a left hand drives his car like a vet Ezau no easterner visiting Calico aria Ifould fail to go Over this Wondem Mountain route. Sincerely Fred passing All the Tii Comrade Snell with m. Kim ban. Guests at w. A Smiths is were mrs. Clara Walton Jot is Somerville mass., a sister at or. Smith and or. And mrs. Chari a Smith and son Elden and or. Aatif mrs. Harold Heath and daughter Evelyn of Orleans. Irasburg Frank to we returned from Boston wednesday. A son was Bora to or. And my Ferdina Mason saturday. Or. And mrs. G. W. Russel Are vow iting friends in Williamstown. O. J. Shepard has had the Dodi lightning rods placed on his Baro. Miss Cassie Seavey was the guess of miss Mollie Blake in Newport Over sunday. Mrs. Bose Gastons of lower mass., is visiting her Mother. My. Joseph Courcy. The band will give a concert my. The common next wednesday Cven Hii weather permitting. Or. And mrs. B. T. Chaffee maa children visited relatives in Rich foe and Berkshire sunday. Mrs. Mary Sherwood and Daughto Jeslyn of Sparr fla., arc Visita her aunt mrs. Eliza Sheperd. Or. And mrs 8, d. Lester of 8l Johnsbury spent wednesday Aoi thursday with friends in town mrs. B. Chamberlin enter the Good cheer club at her Home wednesday afternoon. All Allen Gaynor of Boston is. Ing the week Faith his grandma Hsc 8. W. Bea cleric. And aunt. Or tic c. Templeton.

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