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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Barton, VermontLean county Monitor vol50-no .29 Barton Vermont wednesday july 21. 1920 single copies 5 shot from West nip advert lint enjoyable Surprise supper at hotel local girl in lyceum company Book comrades of sixth Vermont tour inserted under thl1 i., of first insertion i Rori i thereafter nil it or. . Is in d for than Twenty i r window cards Are up announcing the appearance of the Boston lyceum school company 6f artists in Barton Ruday evening. The company is composed of four Young ladies who give an evening s entertainment con sisting of instrumental music and More real estate changes. The Davis clock located on Post office Square and one of the Best Busi Ness blocks in town changed hand this week when George Davis deeded the property to i. Bernstine of new York proprietor of the Brad Ford clothes shop which business occupies the main store on the Street floor. The Block was erected by some 25 years ago soon after 4- i 3 1 Barton 9, Derby line 7. A team called Derby line visit Dbarton last thursday for a couple of hours and when they went Awa Barton had placed another game inthe won column. Barton offered a new Pitcher name Hill. Several times it looked As though they were going to climb him but each time he proved himself too Steep. B. Lee and Snyder had a Field Dayan the Bat. Cretin or four and three for Sale California. Redlands calif., july 8, 132slmr. Editor it May be interesting to the sufi surviving members of old company 6th Vermont volunteers on the Best companies Ever raised a or leans county for the defense of our country during the dark Days of la civil War and who Are Fortuna enough to be readers of the Monitor the news est paper published in towboat Straw. G. J ,.rg.Over. L the pianist is miss Florence blood daughter of c. Blood of this place to cart two gx6 foot Green f Al d Ikhter. 27tf hits. County to read of the reunion of to Bathe scor innings Oia company recently held out Heron the Pacific coast three thousand Miles from Home after n12345678 920200104 9040000003 7ab r h to a e i 4 12 12 1 of 56 years. Thiere were however. Or. Ediff tire it jul 19 1920. Anew los cleans a qty a Orfo. The town of Westmore no has he Ever paid a tax in except on a Small summer cottage How Many voters in Evansville Pesi Ohn a Village signed when m. E. Calkins signified his intentions of becoming for senator a petition was irn Meuse by circulated by an to do Shim. Some of the voters at ls5were Given to understand that a Calkins had withdrawn his name and this Way or. Brown s petition go part of its . Calkins filing petition contain the names of Over 20 voters including the other two selectmen a school director and other town officials i seems just and reasonable for West Moreto be represented in the Senate by a Man who has lived in town 31years, has been representative an school director and now a select Man and Justice of the peace. has always worked for the interest of his town and paid an Hon est tax. If the fair minded voters of the county Are to give Westmore a Chance Why not elect a Westmore Man instead of a Man who has live Din town less than one year qualifications being equal. Respectfully c. A. Gilman. Barton Derby Lin Barton Heath a Webster. If 0 002 2 0b. Lee 2b tel5tief event of the Eek at to and a most Rocc essm one the to giant by lighted doing room to the had sealed their wedded Bliss tarte thy decorated in Alsand while bowls of pansies and forget me not a and tall vases wed Flowers graced the Board. Inthe Center towered an iced Pyramid cake decorated with 17 Pink candles and from this Centrepiece set inferno there ran Dainty Pink ribbons to the places of the guests. Token from friends surrounded the places of the Happy couple while to All tothe merriment a miniature Bride dressed m silk with Long train and veil stood hand in hand with a boy ish figure in fishing clothes perched Ona Fence and exclaiming go to bar ton. As or. Baker is a creditable Fisherman the joke was greatly appreciated. Or. Macgillicudy in Graceful and dignified speech voice the felicitations of the party to which or. Baker responded with equal Grace. The guests were or. And mrs. G. 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. Barton local notes Leland. La 11 0 tile five weeks old pigs fis Barton. 29tf took stove in Good be inquire mrs. Hale Mason,28tf. Recs. Weight about Rio Fred Ingalls 27-2 9p to Price Damon jr., mor Standard and Register f to Kimball. Glover. 20tf Cansle new lot just see them. Ralph Ham Vui Ivou of the Oia company to answer to Roll Call William l. Snell who enlisted from Derby an4 la subscriber from Glover. Be assure it was a most enjoyable reunion Comrade Snell is a retired lawyer adjudge now living quietly As the shadows lengthen with his Good wife suburban Home in los Anelea. Surrounded with All the Comfort 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 3 0 1 0 8 1 2 2 1 4 1 0 Snyder it. Lee 3b Carter of arrows of Hill p totals Derby line 4 1 2 us Saiu in business m Carton an was one of the first modern business blocks in town and in Many respect the finest. The building is 40x165feet, two stories and a basement Andis steam heated. The Street floor contains the Small store recently vacated by mrs. Hutches Milliner business besides the Bradford clothes store. The second floor is occupied bythe masonic bodies and contains three front rooms a rented at . Bernstine contemplates som improvements Sale completes the changing in ownership of every business Block surrounding the Square within the past few years except the Seave Block and of course the Bank Block which was built Only a few years real estate Deal is the Transfer of the Lang House on school Street to b. Fairbanks of Sutton who will move Here this fall with his family. Or. Fairbanks formerly lived in Barton coming Here from Greensboro but later buying a farmin Sutton. Henry Gay has sold his House on Sheffield Street to or. And. . R. B. Bement. 0 2 42 9 15 27 12 4 competency and a Well spent life afford. Their thre -. A r h to a e5 0 out in the world for rkon.,.1 uate of Carton Academy Andreu known Here. Miss blood 4s talented Young lady who spent the past season in Boston studying former work As a lyceum artist and her appearance in Barton will be greeted with enthusiasm. The entertainment will be Given inthe congregational Church for the Benefit of a special fund for the pay ment of an electric motor and Blower for the pipe Organ which has been purchased. Tickets will be sold in Advance by Young ladies of the Church and the general admission Price is35c for adults and 15c for children. County meeting of Emery club. There will be a meeting of the or leans county Emery club at school Hall in Newport tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock. Every member of the com Mittee from the towns of the county Are urged to be present and Thelie 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. A Jan for carrying the Emery Campaign to a Complete Victory will be meeting is open to All. . Walter Hackett and two nieces of Bellows Falls Are visiting her Mother mrs. Mcdonald and brother and sister David and Evaline Mcdonald this week. 10 110 15 0 0 0 0 4 1 or tort a Swine stanchions Mcgovey 3b Hunt la Labaree is Lahar of Wells p Jenkins if Stevens c Hubbard of Rublee 2b 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 Lasar. To p Darling. 4 5 5 4 4 5 4 3 2 0 0 6 2 1 3 2 1 d condition. 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Comrade Snell will be remember As the smallest boy in the there was no braver or better As roof of heroism news was shot off at the Battle a wilderness May 4th, 1864 the occasion of this Happy Rennie. Their celebrated by the taking a most delis. 25tf 1it t7tt7 int Nuvil d cottage 0 0 0 5 0 totals 29 7 1ft 91 14 at Crystal Lake. . Woodward 19 Pearl so st wanted to. I in Sutton. 1 stolen bases Mcgovern Snyder 2.sacrifice hit Heath. Two base hits a. Lee Snyder Hill struck out Hill 8, Wells 4. Base on balls hill3. Passed balls Stevens 2. Hit bats Man Hill 1. Rail Mauei 1 pm r r. Station. 1 mile from George f. Reed was in Derby on wanted live poultry. . Isth wanted at once laundry woman work All done by ouse Orleans. 20tf Treasy terms. Apply to j. September 17, 1881. In 1898 she mar ried Fernado Chaffee and totem two daughters Hazel and Lucy we reborn. Or. Chaffee for a time was apr in this town Movine from of Cesar Iuo Gnoy. Holstein l. J. Hitchcock is on the sick list unable to attend to his business. . W. Benware was in Woods not it in c wanted hand spinners parcel Post. C. Gay Here to Lyndon Center where he february mrs. Chaffee married Thor la Merrill of Whitefield. N. Rid Good cows to freshen a few fall the others in the Spring is. Tic is Ere d remember the game with Lyndon vill e saturday on the Fairground an help with your presence and your Fairbanks Scales Aie known the world Over and the Fame of the fair Banks baseball team is spreading rapidly Over northeastern Vermont. Haying has been greatly hindered ill. N of or alar vat Al of Tutt t"0 1t1 a v Iii ii Saiu Izaj aim Usu Rajit mrs. Hill widow of the late s. S. Hill sustained a stroke on thursday. They had just settled at Lyndon Cen -. Us a distance of 130 Mil Over what is known Sherer Bere proceed a Gros vhf jt11 me to right one was a typical vermssi1? who st gains tour degree the vivacity and Hupy disposition that so character As y0i? m be by Many of the olt&2.dents of Orleans Liberal in Stitson its palmy Days As the miss alis hurdy of Glover. The other wat Western girl and a very lovable Ros a n and the Only drawback to ber charming personality was that shias not born in to return to the Mountain Road for it is worthy of special mention the name Ridge route does not half express it. It is a veritable Skyline drive on the rim of the Wor tithe most wonderful or Ball. Come Early and avoid to w a i but with every bit of Clear sky the. Ter or. Mernyll working at the Vail wanted fresh eggs an mondays at Orleans express Sta Tion. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf for Mars Are imn Rovine their oppor farm the funeral was held tuesday Tsi d. Vemer Vailuu " w31e Road. 2931p Unity of making Hay. At 1 o clock at the m. E. Church in foe Sale Dandy 1 horse now v tint Foft or Nett. I . Be leaves w inv rum. And mrs Chauncey Smith of Halsband and daughters Park Street entertained relatives on Brothers Albert l. Gleason Ofren Rilat from Derby Lime. . ,. M i reversible propeller. Just rights j. For now Sarton Ana Francis j. Uie Sou i out it Row dual of on Tov Mervn or r and two Sisters. Mrs5.50. A. U Uay Cariou. Smith returned with them to de byline for a few Days. Me hour cup to Kiner made her102 Sale 12 horse Power vis Mother a birthday Call at Orleans hos 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. . E. W. Barron is entertaining a picnic party at Willoughby Lake to Day. Or. And mrs. W. W. Hartwell of Northfield Are in town for several Days. Or. And mrs. Albert Webster Are guests of their son in Boston for the week. A 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 wanted Calfskin and horse hides also All kinds of junk i. Solomon water st Barton. Both phones. 43tf " wanted a girl for Genera House work in boarding House. No cooking. . Jennie Kipp wanted working housekeeper in family of two in Brookline mass. Pay $12 per week. For further particulars inquire of mrs. F. C. Brown ing Barton. 29-3 0. A Tearly new with trucks also i Ley blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 Brcue. Price right. Edward s.23tf -. Barton. M Sale or rent my build x in Glover Village known As the Isa place equipped with electric world but recently opened full69. Miles through up and Over the sier Madre Range climbing two Sims through tunnels around Sharp curve not 100 feet of straight Road Iatha whole distance yet smooth As a House floor still All the while climbing climbing until an Elevation of a Immis reached and then Down Down of Iten seeing a Section of the Road hundreds of feet below and then again sections of the Road hundreds of feet above and soon we ourselves there so on we went zigzagging Over the mountains at every Point the Compass amid the surrounding c Pital on july 16th. . Oneal Naa Many souvenir cards letters and gifts on that anniversary. Perley goad of Claremont n. A has been visiting his parents or. And mrs. George goad for several weeks during this time he went to see his brother Joseph in Akron Ohio. Among the Many interesting modes of taking a vacation was that of Roy Hubbard who went to st. Johnsbury and Danville on horseback and spent several Days with relatives return ing by the same conveyance. Use torn will remain2331 closet and Spring water to wanted both men andr rage room. C. Lumbar r. 20tf Rte adv work. The work for bands. Visiting Lulu Baker of st. Johnsbury Center for a few Days. Or. Joyal and family from Newport visited at Theodore Joyal s sunday two of the boys will help him during sayings mrs. W. A. Blake of Lowell who has been visiting her sister mrs. Mabel place has returned to her Home. . Place went with her for a Short visit. Ross Wright has sold his hound Jack to Clinton Gilmore of Lennox mass., who has a Kennel of foxhounds. The dog is considered one of the Bestin 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 for whom or. Skinner worked when he was a boy and has not seen for37 years also mrs. Browning and daughter Genevieve Jand or. An mrs. E. T. Anderson and daughter Ruth. Brownington mrs. Delia t. Miner was pleasantly surprised saturday by the arrival other daughter mrs. Belle Blake anther two daughters from Providence a. L they left tuesday for Montas Kett Beach where or. Blake meets them for several Davs he for women is on Small boxes also veneer. Or. And mrs. William Baxter of int ipod. N. A. Are visiting mrs. Jen for Sale one Chevrolet run in is Al condition. Also one Blais pay is $2.30 per Day. Hours b.4o Tosis run Vimr nut for dinner. Sat Nie . Athe Complete with Chuck Cen Urdas Mill closes at 12 m. Any employee who has worked time As above a. Tilg tools Etc. P. W. Law miss Jennie Joslyn of Erows x Amon a Itna with mrs. A s nor part. 53 hours will be paid for hours Aii to rash and Ioc extra Bonus added to Sci Pulilli Auu. Thur Akley. Miss Madeline Jarvis and miss visited Beebe Artt qty in Fps Satt Lilla Dubois and mrs. Ola Downer of Lyndon Center. Glover Hill Crest farm has purchased a Nash automobile. . Helen Perry is attending nor Mal school in Keene n. Rev. John Kimball supplied a Pul pit in Morrisville sunday. Or. And mrs. F. Bean spent the week end with friends at Lyndon. Willie Lyon is assisting through the haying season at Hill Crest farm. Herman waterhouse of Poland me., called on friends in town Mon Day. Or. And mrs. Morris Wiley of Man Chester n. H., visited in Glover last week. The families of j. M. Borland anytime at Joe of. Bean spent some Pond last week. Or and mrs. Oren Miles of Grove ton t n h., and daughters were m town on monday. Or and mrs. Will Leonard spent the week in d in their old Home in Whitefield n. Will be no Grange meeting tip Given by the22 the going ladies was Lery much enjoyed Armstrong has sold refuse in the Village to or. Cas Well has taken of Greensboro who Possession. Was soars. Monroe Corliss to their pay. Work for men is hand Sli in four foot pc and it. R. R Sid ling lumber maniac during piano Kopl c in Norfino hards and veneer u Rales North of Newport. $8.50 d f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Glover. 7tf work. Also several butter tub Mak ers Day or piece work. Ame hours and Bonus As paid to women. Pay closed another week Drause of not Complete on the water wheel Are several other wheels on the outlet to the and repairs to dams and Penstock Are also Keing made. Misses Gwendolyn Edwards an Jones of Burlington and Kas of Dix and Ruth Glysson of Barree. King Aremas of Juli College the Fred d Pierce cot tej e with her in Crystal Lake Grove. The automobile of Silas Sargent onto the did some or Ida morning 3s Sale 2 rebuilt Ford Road Haria Tihe pm u taif tel r null lev Ana us is 1 1319 Tourine with starter 2 Tion he is capable of filling. Over nature in its most inspiring grandeur a distance of nearly 60 Miles. At on Point i counted seven Motr Tai Between ranges we passed a Corner of san Jauquin Valley a vast expanse of possibilities. Bakersfield in the midst of a lar Fertile Valley is a thriving town of 25,000 population. The next Day visited the famous Kern River 3 Wells near there said to be the Large Oil Fields in the world of Over 100 producing Wells under control a course of the Standard Oil company of we took More time for our return trip consuming much of two Days stopping Over night in the Mountain at a Little Wayside in the main build ing being simply a dining room an Kitchen surrounded by 24 Small cot Stoa it touring. These Carsbe in Good condition As the year being overhauled and paint time pay is time Ana a Nau. In see us. The e. L. Chandler co., or leans. 23" Vorace iiuuih"1v- few Days last week. F g Burdick spent the latter part of the week in Claremont n. H., vis iting relatives there. Julia drown and mrs. Henry mrs. Brooks motored to Albany n. Y to visit relatives last week. . Etta d. Smith of Braintree mass., was the guest of mrs. Lucy Robinson the past week. S to c. E Hubbard and son Laphand Bethel vis iting relatives and friends. f. G. Burdick Akley were guests o7friends in Danville recently. Remember the Peter Paul auction n. Tawson Newport lot returning to Providence where he works for the Railroad rent tar. Sargen Frost control. Of place consisting am Arth no 9kra of land k j. Of he supporting Brownington cent Erivman Seymour and family Snett a Uke Street and known Asfur Sheltra place opposite the to rent five Roo m tenement on South Church Street , l. E. Holbrook. T sunday in Sheffield. Tuna Ely no one was injured. . Jennie Robinson is vis Tinct r Rea ouse. Ice location Tine Paui Barton. 28-2 9 f02 sat v Rit to store and Iron the Mosher Mars makes one of the friends in Beebe p. Miss Hattie Dutton is in Hanover.4 150 Aero j i is comp Ejea business Apia my the new Cement places m endows approach new v k Fitch n. H., Hospital for at the she Itrat water. Good House to rent store and three rooms in Davis Block Barton. Steam heated. Store suitable for millinery Gery ice Crearer parlor Barber shop or stand. Rooms up one flight and suit Able for lawyers dental or doctor be office or Light housekeeping. Mayapple rented singly or together Bradford clothes shop. Barton Street at u. Miss Annie Donaway u to 3ffi " 3 is Mak ing a rapid recovery. And family of new Dwinells. A. lne will spend a with friends at 0n Westmore Road. Good Rry on property. Also 180 a Tullu pasture . 16tf b. D son. Maui the farm. " paint aim hts s the Large modern front Stone to at her Camp miscellaneous tages about 10 feet Square Lor sleep ing. Meals served from 5 a. M. Until Midnight to accommodate tourist passing All the time. By. The Snell with Only a lefthand drives his car like a Veteran. No easterner visiting Cal Iforda. Should fail to go Over this wonderful Mountain route. Sincerely4 Fred m. Kimball guests at w. A Smith s sunday were mrs. Clara Walton of West Somerville mass., a sister of it Smith and or. And mrs. Charlee Smith and son Elden and or. And mrs. Harold Heath and daughter eel in of Orleans. Irasburg Frank Towne returned from bos ton wednesday. A son was bom to or and or Tarsy Toulon tidier several friends. Tref red to m health i offer for a my midst about 200 customers also motored to saturday returning sunday with Margery bean. Her in Feirt Xor be tvs same from my Herd of 20 cows a Ashy Aarau. Isadore Kugler a mrs. Charles Gallup spent part oblast week 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 Crea m social saturday even ing was a decided Success. Net proceeds $10.30. Or. And mrs. Clinton Judkins and son of East Barnet recently visited a Philo Powers. . Lucinda Hanson of East barn it is visiting her step daughter Powers. . Harold Webster and children of Bury p q., spent last week Wither father Lewis Bennett. . Ethel Hudson and son ber Nard and Louie Demar of of Nim v redid Lluy Deen place n Kam pm. Notice car of wet rades. Day july a p. Websterp010?, of else not Lacr than spending the past Cle James Lang. Omant of Salmon an Glover. Jamesp sed away at the nine Charles at 1 o clock was Ungnam Newport it. Or a ?7th. Ladies miss Grace Forn i tiffs Raj la Mempher tuesday noon july i f ru11u Vii for Sikyiu jar Phenix. Is Staiton of foaled 1917, at my Arguti rown As the wet nerf Wated at rear of Newport tri basp0 it building 30x- Magog. Society ?hscsr7h will say july 27, Ferdina Mason saturday.1. 1 Ravi Anor err or Heron at 3 ?Stora flu Aing now or. And mrs. G. W. Russell Are vis iting friends in Williamstown. O. J. Shepard has had the Dodd lightning rods placed on his barn miss flip so Vav waa the of at your Jim Ger at my Stalli on supreme Farlane s Mill mondays. H., Are visiting at mrs. Sarah wee Orliw a i Humphrey new to dilute Sis. Hill visited his fam ily last week. Graves. Of miss Mollie Blake in Newport Over vex. Inc., oar p ease re Essaf the picnic will wednesday about 10 o clock. A clinic for poliomyelitis victims n held in do be rows rooms o clock a. M until from Osock m. It is very much de sired 6 p. Who have that All patients Ever clime come to a Midsummer clinics this year of these May have made ass let Scovel an feel that they help the special do not need further for this being the necessity reason of finding out the present condition of the patients who have Eversen to a previous clime in order to accurate report of the an this report will not Only be off Ermont. But a t its sunday. In s. Ai Fulford of Passumpsic and Thompson of Newport n. Ii., were visitors at Philo Powers Sun lost mass. Is View Tine her Mother. . Day. Insurance an Best Stock and mwg11 com Tate Vil. Surety Tii Wing Vil a Gereal estate any having Lage real estate they Isu of Bartou on of w. Baldwin of it. The and mrs. mass., brother & a. Humphrey mrs e. F Humphrey f Ruth Init the weekend with nov Ford car on Road Joseph band will rive a concert pm the common next wednesday evenin.5s. Or Orleana a b Goss weather permitting. Or. And mrs. B. T. Chaft or or the no Yeoh Bay filly notice Eft Yox Baw or Fri Toby Wessex Chol & Gross Newport i r Buck mrs a and son children visited relatives in Kich Ferdand Berkshire sunday. Past sat the farm on which he a tsar. And the farm re stationed it the has remained and practices Law there. has a 2000-ac re Plantation with 1000 acres under cultivation of temp and coconuts. Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John morning worship 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 m. Praise service at 7.30 p. M. The topic of the pastor s Sermon next sunday will the subject of the social service at 7.30 will be self improvement West Glover Harold Baker has bought an Over land car. Raymond place has hired for the summer with Dana Clark. . Nettie Baker and David Are at i per Cru " Zou mrs. Marv Sherwood and Dauchet skis Biol taters and Benefit Tose medical orm at urge for or Danson a a. Mr., and mrs. D. C Chevalier of Orleans spent the week in d with s parents or. And mrs. . Stone. Miss Laura Whitehill has returned from Charleston where she has been helping care for her brother in Law Merrill Lewis. . Leslie Dutton of Dalhousie Mills p. Q., is stopping at the Dut ton Home while miss Hattie Dutton is in Hanover. Ira Gray has been entertaining brother and wife from pcs what v or. And mrs. Arl Vrh have Jeslyn of Sparr fla., Are vie it Letris the Nisi by my utne sons suffer Pecolt weighing Ebay never shod of f notice to Farmers Anu Ryou will fed me at to cer aunt Jirs. Neper a. Or. And mrs s. D. Terr ass the effect of and mrs. At w. Have been to their Johnsbury spent wednesday Aadil j to 1 Yards monday Sale Rostock and Maple sugar st. Johns mrs Lydia Merrill daughter ofor and mrs. Almond Gleason Diett brie look Hospital st. Johnsbury a. Cd Jowon p. Who in i ii Ursiny Wii inca in . Ii. B. Chamber in entertained the Good cheer club at her Home last a. Mia anti. Kitade Une old. U. S. three d. Finder Tara Orleans. Both " sunday. She had. Deen there aoout25tf y., also relatives from Island Pond wednesday afternoon. All report Fine weeks p1 7" Tion for Ifni Jille Straw hat a in a to Allen Gaynor of Boston Isth Wek with his Erand Falier. M Greenough by t is m Junction came Man s. Hu1, Canna 0 be n better who is reported Webster and in. And me the last family "2k4here Mem Winifred Uther mls m merry making Camp. Sra1 Mmore. But for Lack of the past wee. . James labour. To of Barton and or. And mrs Joseph Laport an mrs. Olin Lapont and daughter Ola of Lowell were visitors at j. Cur Rier s the past week. Coty the Monitor office found Fairmae Short Lark with tan a s. W. Beauclerk and aunt mrs. Pc. unto the end came sunday morning. She was born in Glover i i l a t continued on Page Eib 4 fe11 Crystal Lake hotel understands French. 7nd have same by proof u. Chamber Payin g charges. For att i incr leave Asior Reward. 29-3 0 Lin or Maui ii --5. To to yrs. So

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