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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Barton, VermontLeans county Monitor vol. 50 no. 30 Auvil Rebii to a a a a for Sale Sale oat Straw. G. It 7 a or five weeks old pigs 7e Fisk. Barton. 29tf ale Cook stove in Good inquire mrs. Hale Mawn. Big land sude at Willoughby. A slide of huge rocks Earth Ancl Trees occurred on the Road running along the Eastern Shore of wih Ough by Lake sometime during sunday no one knows just when the sude occurred As it was not heard or seen but As the Road was Clear up to a late hour sunday night it must have been Early morning of monday. Automobile traffic has been greatly hindered Barton Vermont wednesday july 28. 1920 single copies 5 cents. I cum company Friday night. Church promises Mem a of the company. Ticket a Barton local notes rattle one four year old a i a inquire Thone 44-0 30-31 let about 30 tons of Quot Hay. Inquire Thone it it cat of a pigs six weeks old. Irasburg Thone 169-13. A Eamor. Iras urn 30-31 a re to Cen Damon jr., . Standard and regi if cd. Glover. 20tf rrf0rale�?new lot just a Tok sale�?12 swing St croons a edition. P. Darling stanchions food condition a a Yor Sale furnish 25tf cottage at Crystal Lake. . �83 m. Woodward 19 Pearl to. toe Sale plenty of nicest or a k it everybody this week. Also of string Beans. Order emf Detomo a no we by artist old cd a this is by far the largest of Sec . Grace Proctor is visiting Rel ral slides which have occurred along in Knowlton p. Q. This Road in the past ten years. There will Tower halt a or Antr a a Are Many places along the route Thone 12-2 where overhanging ledges make such sides possible but they usually occur in the Spring after the Winters thawing and freezing or following heavy Rains. What should have caused this slide is not known unless it May have been the action of vegetable growth wanted wanted live poultry. Elrick Larton. 18tf wanted at once laundry woman work All done by machinery. Valley ouse Orleans. 20tf wanted hand spinners Cash. Rolls parcel Post. C. Gay bar wanted fresh eggs and poultry mondays at Orlean express station. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf a a it. A r. Wakeman. Few Days. Or. And mrs. W. J. Cooper Are entertaining their Cousin. Miss Shepard from Florida. Or. And mrs. A. J. Twombly at-30tf a each for 12 copies of the july 7 Issue tended a Fily reunion in Evansville of the Monitor Denvered in Good con of quoth. Wanted a Calfskin and horse hides also All kinds of junk i. Solomon water St., Barton. Both phones. 43tf wanted will pay five cents adv. A son Elvin Edward was bom to or. And mrs. Vernal Miles july 16. Bal a King is havin Woodmen a Field Day. A big Woodmen Field Day and picnic is scheduled for saturday at the Wilson Grove in Derby. The program starts off with a Ball game at 10 of clock in the Forenoon and closes with another Ball game in the afternoon at 2.30 of clock Between the Island Pond and Orleans Woodmen teams. The Forenoon a game will be Between teams made up from Polland and Derby while the opposing team will come from East and West Charleston. There will be a hand present and other sports include a 100-Yard dash sack races three legged race running Broad jump standing Ling Broad jump in the shot egg races and others. There will also be speaking. Putting a big a two weeks vacate in from his work in the Bank. A Brunning of Spring Field mass., 18 at Home for a vacation. . A. A. Hitchcock of Providence r. I., is visiting in town for a few Days. Miss Doris Webster has been spending several Days with friends in Newport. Miss Ernestine Willson spent the week end with friends in North Danville. Miss Theda Dunham is spend intr two weeks with her parents in Massachusetts. This will be a big Day for Wood i men and their families. Let every member of the order pack his lunch Basket on this Day and plan to be in Derby. George Reneau of Pike n. H., was congregational Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor the first quarters payment on the congregational world movement pledges is now due and payable to mrs. George King treasurer. The woman a Alliance of the m. E. Church Are enjoying a picnic on mrs. Nancy Simpsons Lawn today and the ladies of the congregational Church re at the Barrows Camp at Stone Pond for a picnic. W. R. Moulton who recently moved into the Village from his farm on the recent guest of friends Here for a Evansville Road has purchased the j. C. King Stock of groceries and taken Possession. V. F. Hunter and o. W. Locke of Orleans invoiced the Stock. John t. Campbell closes his labors this week at the e. W. Barron store and with his family will spend a weeks vacation with Are. Campbells Enosburg Falls Here saturday. The Ball game on saturday afternoon Between Orleans and the frontiers has been cancelled but Enos Burg Falls will play Here instead. Game called at usual time. Officers papers praised Jersey. In new papers prepared by Orleans county officials in the Case of Wilfred a. Bailey alias Russell g. Bancroft for the extradition of Bailey from new Jersey where he was apprehended by the efforts of Vermont officials for a Misdemeanour in this state received special mention in the office of governor Edwards of new Jersey last week when they were by sheriff Hill. Or. Hill says a i went to new Jersey last week with extradition papers in the Case state is. Bancroft and was told at the office of the governor of new Jersey that i had the Best prepared papers that had Ever been presented to that office. A the papers were prepared by our states attorney Frank d. it appears that Dailey was wanted by new Jersey itself for some kind of crime Bailey had committed in that state and there was some question about that state giving him up but the Clear Case presented by states attorney Thompson immediately received recognition and Bailey was Given up and brought to Vermont where he awaits trial in september at the Orleans county term of court for a True count of misrepresentation found against him by the grand jury of this county on july 8, which mis Kenzie the reckers Frances Lynde work and play in the Greenfield Mission Greeley the Joys of living Marden Many junes Archibald Marshall. Greensboro Bend mrs. B. F. Chamberlin has not been As Well the past week. De. Adams is spending a few Days Here with his brother Alva. Ord Norton of Waterbury is Here on business the first of the week. W. G. Mcdonald has sold his automobile to Fred Eastman of Hardwick. Barton 6, Newport 2 Barton went to Newport last Thor Day and Defeated the Home team fog the third time this season. The caledonian record thinks it a a strange coincidence that Emerson should do feat them three times but they need Only to look Over his record �01 Tom season to find the answer. A the Newport team was danger on in Only two innings. In the first Moty was Safe on Leland a error us Only Barton error in the game Lehac singled the next two men were Mim by fielders Choice and Monty scored. At this Point with the bases full Barton made a triple play. Beor hit into or. And mrs. Charles Fisher Are vis the dirt in front of the plate. Sajda iting friends in Bethel Conn. For a a touched the plate and threw Flora Eek i getting Lahar and Beor. Ruble waa _ a not Ting to make third. The bar Rev. And mrs. W. L. Bradford Are ton defense also made two done spending their vacation in Blooming plays and was Strong All Day. Bartok Dale n. Made three runs in the third of Threa b. D. Piper carried a party of hits an error and a a Rifle. Aad campers through Franklin county i the More we adde last week on a three Day trip. On in four ���?~�a3 Wesley Withers and Guy Garfield it made seven errors. Snyder led tha took the examination saturday for i Barton attack with four hit the Rural mail route from this office. A tie score mrs. Della Hartson made a birth Day cake and trimmed it with 60 can Dies which she gave mrs. Lydia Crow it Ley in Honor of her birthday on june 23. . Crowley has been a shut-1 in for a number of years not even g a Gable to leave the House since she mov to in hdm 1 de Here nearly five years ago. Snyder c Westmore t. Lee 3dubois of mrs. By j. Wight visited at her Mathews. If Home in Barton Friday. Emerson p mrs. Rawson Calkins is entertain totals ing her aunt mrs. Mason. Newport Monty 3 j. A. Legacy and son Alfred have Lahar of to Sutton to help his Brothe 123456789 003101001 100000019 representation resulted in a consider j Able loss to Many Orleans county in-1,. ,. Divi duals and business concerns. Gone to Sutton to help his Brothe Rublee both sheriff Hill and or. Thomp i a son Are to be congratulated upon mrs. A. L. Peene has i Miller 1 30-31proe Sale Twenty one Holstein j edition at this office. Or til Eood cows to freshen a few a Mhz i z a a a fall the others in the Spring. I wanted a of Home for is one three year old registered i driving horse for two or More a a a inter. Bull. Come Early and avoid j address c. Davidson d. Verrier Barton r. F. 29-31p i Mother at Townsend mass., before their work in this Case which is one of i ing Quot a Quot w a a a at her Quot Hoite Fri Yon Erl if i going to Derby Conn., where he has importance and attracting attention n. I Brouillette if Albany. 30-34p a daughter Alice was recently i going him nor a of mrs Harold a bit of a Dosi fion As assistant inspector of All Over new England because not a Albany n y a parts at the Plant of the Premier Only Vermont and new Jersey wanted mrs. Ella Wyman of Brownm ton Mayo Albany n. Katir printing press manufacture Bailey but his operations in the past a. At the Day Justis cottage with 1 wanted a working housekeeper of Sale my store building in i in family of two in Brookline mass. I Hokk Village 18x40. One $12 per week. For further Ife Opportunity for store or Barber i tic ulars inquire of mrs. F. C. I. B. F. Chaffee Irasburg. 30-31p ing. Barton. _ foe sale�?12 horse Power ols help wanted both men a j but nearly new with trucks also 11 a Omen steady work. The work for i e a Iky blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 Omen is on Small boxes also veneer. I k rope. Price right. Edward s. Jug 2.30 per Day. a Barton. 23tf ours 6.45 to i 5.18, ont hour out for dinner. Sat a Urdas Mill closes at 12 m. Any pm foe Sale or rent my build pity a who has worked time As above irs in Clover Village known As the 53 hours will be paid for 54 hours a place equipped we Ith electric j Fiji Gek and the. Of tue a closet and 5 storage room c. Or. And mrs. Charles Spoor of Bur 1 a is. Campbell will make he have extended to Maine Massachi Lington were guests of friends m her Mother until a Tene setts and new Hampshire mid these Street where he is at Home Ament can be found at Derby. Town last week. J. E. Chase of Elm East Wallingford we. Move his family. A suffered july 15, died on the 24th. . Martha Goss of St. Johnsbury she was truly a Mourner for her late was the guest of mrs. George h. Gor husband and a he Alth suffered in Ham the Pat week. Cd a a rms a. Bad a mrs. Rochelle was absent from the being in the family lot. She is Barrows store several Days last week by her Mother two sons Aron account of illness. A Hur of Hardwick and Edward of mrs. Mcdonald is visiting her a this too daughters Gladys and daughters in Bellows Falls and Quin Cora in the Home Here and Many Loyee no Nas Wor a icy mass., for a time. 1 other relatives and Rienas. A j states have been after him. But ver Mont through the efforts of or. Greensboro about 90 couples attended the school dance at school Hall Friday evening. Miss Clara Olmstead returned from a visit to Lakeport n. H., thursday evening. Miss Martha Bates of Nashua n. H., is visiting her aunt mrs. Charles Lapierre. A Kim Balij no Himber manuf airing piano 20tf a backs sounding Imars or. Hen a work. Also several butter a deer.�. Sale one Chevrolet Runis Day or piece work. Same not mrs i Yaj gators at w. J. Powney s. To Tor pm famil of Camp Haj. A. Afield mass., were re cd a a path mrs. Pecchenino went to Cak to cd a1 condition. Also one Blair and Bonus As paid i Kkt he. Complete with Chuck Cen depends on a Many Sahili and mgt the Attig tools Etc. P. W. Law Tion he is capable of fiume. 10th. _ Fomia about five years ago with her lil. . A Gas engine works a a Newport native a of sale�?50 cords about three w dry four foot Wood at r. R. Sid a u Miles North of Newport. $8.50 f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Cour i est 7tf Joe sale�?2 rebuilt Ford Road touring with starter 2 a i to built touring. These cars be in Good condition As they a overhauled and Paink i Lawson Newport. 16tf i my place consisting by and one acre of land on Lake Street and known As a Era place opposite the a nouse. Nice location Fine i Paul. Barton. 28-30p for or rent farm Iii sugar and Apple or naming Vyater. Good House Miles from bar tie daughter who stays with a pc idler cd a i Quot Quot a or is Quot f. Has no a do by the 23tf family have been spending two weeks j company As a master Mechanic. It in Crystal Lake a a Chamberlin r we a Kennison. Ai p totals sacrifice hits Barrows t Dubois. Two base hits b. Be Der. Struck out Emerson 2, a a _ son 2. Bases on balls Kennison ton visited her son j. A. Legacy the Emerson 1. Hit by Pitcher Emem 1. Passed balls. Wells 1. Friends. . A. E. French visited her Niece mrs Ira Lyon at East Charleston saturday. . Legacy and son John of Sut ted past week. Mary and Mabel Lyon of East Charleston Are visiting their aunt mrs. A. E. French and Uncle Oscar Lyon. . Hattie Myers has returned Home from her Mye visit Lyndonville 7, Barton 2. After winning five games in the Barton team dropped Anothy game to Lyndonville saturday on the Fairground. Taylor has now beat Etc mrs. Frederick fish at Springfield mass. To her daughter. Barton three times. Certalic a generations of the Berwick miss Lucy Lazott of Nashua n. H., family met at the Home of z. P. Ber is the guest of her Cousin. Miss Lor and took lunch at the Grove re Etta . Of i communion service will be held at leans. Miscellaneous in Camp in Crystal Lake Grove. -1 was Ter Sale not Peter Cota was recently called to ladies ready to Wear shop i Manchester n. H., by the sudden 7th anniversary Sale sat Cash paid for furs hides and a ath of his sister in that place. A morning. July 31st, Days. Jul a a the Lepta be a or. And mrs. N. Luy at stallion a Agni. A. A a. Who has been spending a onh voile dresses White skirts f your service Che iat Peter Cotas has returned to Wool sweaty fancy. Supreme. 133559. At me a Home. It middies at just far Una am ill Emo Days Elwin Graves 22tf mrs. Laura Mcfarlane rat cd that a a my of left of Eek a Tjw we Elgy very a a. Prinea. Glover mrs. Florence bean has moved to Gisond a Stunf Mansfield Barton. At $1 per whale it lasts Etc m. Brunt stay with her daughter. . E. G. Minnie Tompkins of Montral i mrs. F Iury a r move Quot a Natal so and a. A. Latrobe a w5more?�?T-. And mrs. Robert Allen from "4 amp Krpo Ude a trip a tufted a of Knuti Fri has Ovri Frank week. Over sunday. And family in a son fames s. Walker was bom i �5 .0wing to ill health i to offer a about 2 a Haibon Barton. For Sale my i customer a also serving same w Herd of 20 cows placed on al Brigham Newport it. And one half As the Whitney at rear of Newport al building 30x-�?�wortunity for pfc ref building now on paying Good in �5 for i Orma la a Humphrey new of a Upin Hunt amp co., ihc., bar-25tf rent five room tenement and three rooms Ai Tahlo # ton. Steam heated. Flight and a Uit lir it a a rental or doctors housekeeping. May be y or together. Apply hop. Barton of Stra red of to note i i Dan Angora but so on Porter Street b identified by his i Large for size of a All four feet. And ing to the location 11-rr in i a Quot my a a Koto my a and my. A Ming Walker about or. And mrs. Charles Perkins a. A Lakeport n. H., Are again at their i the Chuich Sunda cottage at the Lake. Service August 8tl Rev. Allen Stockdale of Toledo. Ohio will preach at the congregational Church next sunday. Is Good but it is Well known that cannot Field his a position. New pow and Woodsville beat him with a boating attack. Why has Barton never tried this method in three it a a Why does no to Barton steal on pager he is a Good Catcher but has a Post of five hits off Taylor in boil made two and was the Only Man Yum really got his measure. Hiram Carpenter returned to his Emerson with one Day s rest a my Home in Worcester mass., tuesday the Newport game blanked tee 1 after a few weeks visit at his Sisters i ors in six in mugs but was qua mrs. M. E. Clappers. A hit hard in the other three. The score the Praise service conducted by Lyndonville elder Hiram Carpenter at the Church Sherrer 2 at the morning members should mrs. Mary Caswell of Concord n. H., is visiting her sister mrs. Charles Goodrich for a few weeks. Harley Haines has bought a new baby grand Chevrolet car and urday motored to St. Johnsbury mrs. Estella Allen of Plymouth n. Missed a Good meeting. Brownington Cental ,.,0,. Seymour and family visited Hall is a r h to a to sunday evening was Well attended by Page c is Surv i townspeople. It was a wonderful Wakefield Hasbury Oge who did not attend \ Fitzpatrick a Hazard of Gaudette. If or. And mrs. Archie Chase and daughter were guests of mrs. Chases sister mrs. George Thompson last week. . Marjorie do Bruskie of Providence r. I., is spending a few Dawrs with her aunt at the Stimson cottage by the Lake. Rev. W. P. Keeler of Yonkers n. Y., preached at the congregational Church sunday morning to a Large congregation. Miss Alice Dow is stationed in Wyoming in the red Cross Home service Tarkir p to Lyman in Sutton sunday. Or. And mrs. Ernest Wright spent sunday in Charleston. Heath is or. And mrs. Ernest Wright have arrows r begun work at . Lee 2 mrs. E. A. Gallup and son. Charley vier \ were in Willoughby saturday. To a 3 o. A. Grow has sold his Overland do is of car to e. B. Willey of Corinth. J Webster if or. And mrs. Adelard Cabana Are Emerson o the Happy parents of a baby girl a totals miss Naomi lathe is working in i sacrifice hit 37 7 a r 3 0 1 11 6 4 1 1 1 2 0 12 27 7 h to a 0 2 8 0 19 113 0 15 0 8 1 0 2 30 2 27 12 Oming m the Kea Cross Nome miss Naomi lathe is working Ini sacrifice hits Barras. Page work and came Fet urday to a theft be handkerchief factory at Orl is. Base a. Dubois. Hazard a parents or. And mrs. S. D. A. . Three base hits Fitze Raat it a is in a very feeble condition. Evening Many people a and cottages attend try i Cher returned _ saturday Evenin from the vill a a moving picture show at Greensboro Bend the heroine in the i a portion of her summer vacation at Caspian Lake As the guest of mrs. Mr., r i Rich has returned Home. Or. And mrs. S. Clack Mot Joe s Pond sunday to take net Clark to her Home Thwe. Of with them or. And mrs. J Athie and Everett re. And mrs Frank Drew and family a in of being acquainted with the bom to mjs8.Ron and mrs. Guy Aldach took a Road and partly blinded by the pro were re entertainment at the Bend about half a mile below the mrs a a a Quot or and m i rom Mumley a a its lost Don the who spent re i mrs the week pastor. Rev. John Kimbo a. Morning worship. 11 a. M. Over and the occupants landed on the Hatif. No one was injured and the car after being pried up and lifted Westmore West Glover Iback into the Road was Able to need on its own Power. The party a were on their Way to Willou by Lake. The Greensboro free Library has. Received from the estate of the late Tjo Kern Slack of Newport is spend or. Charles Cook of Natick mass., a ,. A a Barba a websters. Ift of 71 volumes of Choice books \ Wui Thurber of West Burke visit a sunday at Lake Seymour. Washing fed a. D. Thurber a sunday. Fief and water Sale not mrs. Laura Whitehill have gone to i Jthn Stock a Tayz Lor la a Mer Charleston to care for her sister mrs. I a a g bases on balls. Emerson 8, Merrill Lewis. A Taylor 3. Wild pitch. A Meraw. . Erastus Worth of Holland re passed balls p�fe2. _ _ _ Guy visited her brother. Charles Tengs. S s u s 0 i 0 t . W. P. Smith Arevia in Quot _. A a iting in Irasburg at the Home of or mrs their granddaughter mrs. Oliver notice Wells. 1 the annual meeting and Mcnie of or. And or. L. A. Bennett and a a a ii Oid its ugh Ter. A ended the funer.1 of of d m it. Old a mors a Tessa Secretary. Ugh ters attended tee funeral of Brownin i. Aut 10, 1920. A m notice next week. Or. And mrs. F. Webster and t b. R. Buchanan sons and mrs. S. E. Clough of Mai \ George Trudeau has been very m a the pah week but is better at Pim or. And it frs. Frank Lacourse of i ent writing. Orleans Are spending a few Days with j or. Griffin and rial Woods their parents or. And mrs. Collins traded farms each taking por and Rev. Lacourse. Coventry mrs. Laura Brooks is Home from Burlington. E. Corrow is visiting Velj. Daughter in Springfiel of the one traded for. One Hundred and seventy Dollafa were at the Church fair which was held the last week in june i Elbert Wilder and Friend. Or. Aal his son and mrs. Quincy gom of Maine. Glenda Goss and miss Blanche Bickford of Money. Find i town Quot John Thorp and a a at a. A. Websters. A Ift of 71 volumes of cd s it a a i the i. Fat a car in Newpor office a cd Kiotie Clark ?��5__ please Ron s1sj� a anti rms de to to 1t by visiting her Inena Vialys books Mary Marie. Eleanor Day. Aver Ron. Porter Anderson Crow det Iye a a Mitt Paffi Pur Guy Garvin and a scotch a the port gee Lncoln i called on Olds Jusi ing their vacation at or. Garvin a Irving Babel sunday. Lost i piece by a it no ing Len Emente be Moe a Mill Mei Hus Flor search. Grade l. Lutz three or and Bates of not Black pennies Joseph Hergesheimer foes w a visited their son Guy the great impersonation Oppen from Carje a a Quot the Monitor Marjorie a ten , Anna Myers bum Notile 290 m a by Sist Fmargaret re bamm Johnsbury and i de Bridges. St. Clare Harvest mrs. Fel sith restive Mia m Pund Charl a John. I Humphrey Ward Paramon for life Ord of Athol. Mass. Acquaintances in 7th Annivera Sapir Sallurday morning. July 81. For 15 Day with re motive a i Otti Auu Hovey and son John Humphrey Ward fasion for life lost Between al sued a a returns Sato siting for a or p in it week i James Hocking poor relations. My a Urie farm 7�?o it where al8ie owner May on a i i Ere month. 28-30p Monitor office for seven years ago August 2 we Ops Aei Otu store for business town tins event we Are putting on Sala far to celebrate Cash. Our entire Stock of suits Coati mrs. Hauver and Little 8 a i swy ters and fancy if i Dias it mrs Clara Branch of bling is a Price. All other Minos bag we of her sister mrs. A the guest Claveland. Carry win be a chided to i very special prices

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