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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Onitsk vol 50no. 30 Barton Vermont wednesday july 28, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Big land slide at aug to lyceum company Friday night. To onto Curein pm thai Friday sols of the season. U Unfer River. ?, i p,.rfu order. Ivo Odie Rte Enosburg Falls Here saturday. The Ball game on saturday after noon Between Orleans and the fron tiers has been cancelled but Enos Burg Falls will play Here called at usual time. Interest in Manifest in Ahsbet o3 is re Beano fee c5mpany. Tickets for Sale officers papers praised in new Straw. G. T Tiv Sale oat Barton local notes fax w a slide of huge rocks Trees occurred on the Road running along the Eastern Shore of Wesgh a 7jakv sometime during sunday night which completely closed the Road for 24 one knows just when the slide occurred As it was not heard or see but As the Road was Clear up to a lat hour sunday night it must have been Early morning of monday. Automo bile traffic has been greatly hindered by the slide making Long detours Nec is by far the largest of seve ral slides which have occurred along this Road in the past ten years. There Are Many places along the route where overhanging ledges make such slides possible but they usually occur in the Spring after the Winter s thaw ing and freezing or following heavy Rains. What should have caused this slide is not known unless it Mav have w?t"0a Reyas sick at his Home onto pc Woodmen s Field Day. A big Woodmen Field Day and Pic Nic is scheduled for saturday at the Wilson Grove in program starts off with a Ball game at 10 o clock in the Forenoon and closes with another Ball game inthe afternoon at 2.30 o clock Between the Island Pond and Orleans Wood men teams. The Forenoon s game will be Between teams made up fro Holland and Derby while the opposing team will come from East an West Charleston. There will be a band present and other sports include a 100-Ya re dash sack races three Legge d race running Road jump standing Broad jump putting the shot egg races and oth ers. There will also be will be a big Day for Wood men and their families. Let every member of the order pack his lunch Basket on this Day and plan to be in Derby. It five weeks of d pigs miss Grace pm pm. Matt of nip in Rood natives in Knowlton a. Q101""b&ulte mrs. Hale Mason. . 28tf. In of nor a per a Ortr. Inn nip phone 44--5broken. 30-3 1 ps11 of Oer has an aut0 for hire. Adv a son Elvin Edward was born tour. And mrs. Vernal Miles july 16. Ralph King is having a two weeks vacant in from his work in the Bank. Miss Esther Brunning of Spring Field mass., is at Home for a Vaca Tion. Mrs. A. A. Hitchcock of Providence a. I., is visiting in town for few Kenzie the reckers Frances Lynde work and play in the Greenfield mis Sion Greeley the Joys of living Marden Many junes Archibald mar shall. 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 wis Here on business the first of the week. W. G. Mcdonald has sold his Auto Mobile to Fred Eastman of Hardwick. Or. And mrs. Charles Fisher Are vis iting friends in Bethel conn., for a week. Rev. And mrs. W. L. Bradford Are spending their vacation in Blooming Dale a. B. D. Piper carried a party of campers through Franklin count last week on a three a y trip. Wesley Withers and Guy Garfield took the examination saturday forthe Rural mail route from this office. Mrs. Delia Hartson made a birth Day cake and trimmed it with 60 candles which she gave mrs. Lydia Crow Ley in Honor of her birthday on june23. Mrs. Crowley has been a shut i for a number of years not even Able to leave the House since she moved Here nearly five years ago. Westmore mrs. M. J. Wright visited at her Home in Barton Friday. Mrs. Rawson Calkins is entertain ing her aunt mrs. Mason. V r i. Barton 6, Newport 2 Barton went to Newport last thurs Day and Defeated the Home team Tat the third time this season. The cat. Kdonian record thinks it a Strang coincidence that Emerson should de feat them three times but they need Only to look Over his record for the season to find the answer. The Newport team was dangerous in Only two innings. In the first Moty was Safe on Leland s error the Only Barton error in the game Lehac singled the next two men were Safe by fielder s Choice and Monty this Point with the bases full bar ton made a triple play. Beor hit int the dirt in front of the plate Sayder touched the plate and threw first getting Lahar and Beor. Rublee was not trying to make third. The bar ton defense also made two double plays and was Strong All Day. Bartok made three runs in the third of Threa hits an error and a sacrifice and three More were added later. The Newport team was Able to hit Emerson safely Only four times Adit made seven errors. Snyder led the Barton attack with four hits. The score innings 123456789barton 003101001 Newport 10000001p 2barton a r h to a e Heath is 5 10 16 0barrows, r 4 0 0 2 0 b. Lee 2 5 1 2 1 4 t Leland 1 4 1 0 15 1 1 Snyder c 5 0 4 3 3 0t. Lee 3 3 0 1 1 2 Dubois of 3 0 0 2 0 Mathews if 5 2 0 1 0 Emerson p 4 12 110totals v 38 6 9 27 17 1 Newport a r h to a e Monty 3 4 1 0 2 b t tor Sale about 30 tons of phone 44--5, 30-3 1 been the action of vegetable growth weeks wanted Fob Sale pigs six Jota Jersey. Papers prepared by Orleans county officials in the Case of Wilfred a. Bailey alias Russell g. Bancroft forthe extradition of Bailey from new Jersey where he was apprehended bythe 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 presented by sheriff Hill. Or. Hill says i went to new Jersey last week with extradition papers in the cases Tate is. Bancroft and was told at the office of the governor of new Jer sey that i had the Best prepared papers that had Ever been presented to that office. The papers were prepared by our state s attorney Frank d. Thomp it appears that Bailey was wanted by new Jersey itself for some kind of crime Bailey had committed i that state and there was some ques Tion about that state giving him up but the Clear Case presented by state s 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 representation resulted in a consider 30-3 1 wanted live poultry. Elrick Larton. 18tf congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor the first Quarter s payment on the congregational world movement pledges is now due and payable to mrs. George King treasurer. i Standard and Register a Inbau Glover. 2util cd. Wanted at once laundry woman work All done by machinery. Valley ouse Orleans. 20tftfoe Sale new lot justs and see them. Ralph Ham a Newport it. Tel. 213 -. M wanted hand spinners parcel Post. Gay sle 12 swing stanchions condition. P. Tartag wanted fresh eggs and mondays at Orleans express Sta Tion. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf cottage miss Doris Webster has been spend ing several Days with friends in new port. Miss Ernestine Willson spent the week end with friends in North Dan Ville. Miss Theda Dunham is spending two weeks with her parents in Massachusetts. George Reneau of Pike n. H., was a recent guest of friends Here for afew Days. Or. And mrs. W. J. Cooper Are entertaining their Cousin miss Shepard from Florida. Or. And mrs. A. J. Twombly at tended a family reunion in Evansville on july 11th. A daughter Alice was recently born to or. And mrs. Harold White of tar Sale furnished the woman s Alliance of the m. E. Church Are enjoying a picnic on mrs. Nancy Simpson s Lawn today and the ladies of the congregational Church at the Barrows Camp at Stone Pond for a picnic. W. R. Moulton who recently moved into the Village from his farm on the Evansville Road has purchased the j. 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 co s store and with his family will spend a week s vacation with mrs. Campbell s in 1 1 lot at Rys Xai in. Jyh Rrana 1q Ponfil st. St.25tf j. A. Legacy and son Alfred have rat 5ittplentv of nicest teen Able loss to Many Orleans county in Ujj i j i i wanted Calfskin and horse hides also All kinds of junk i. Solomon water st., Barton. Both phones. 43tf wanted will pay five cents each for 12 copies of the july 7 Issue of the Monitor delivered in Good condition at this office. 30-3 1p air Auais Ana easiness concerns. Both sheriff Hill and or. Thomp Sis for everybody this week. Also i entity of string Beans. Order by. A. E. Wakeman. 30tf gone to Button to help his brother Hay. Mrs. A. L. Peene has been spend ing a week at her Home in Yonkers. To be congratulated upon son Are Mother at Townsend mass., before s their work in this Case which is one of Lahar of o o 1 l 0 o Rublee 2 4 0 0 1 2 1 Kennison has 4 0 1 s s Miller 1 4 0 0 14 0 Gilman if r 0 0 3 0 Brouillette if 2 0 0 0 0 Chamberlin r 1110 10mavo, r 2 0 0 o x Wells c 3 0 0 3 1 Kennison a i p 2 0 1 0 4 1tntal 30 2 4 27 16 t n. Era s4t.e Twenty on e Holstein re All Good cows to freshen a few going to Derby conn., were be nas importance Ana attracting attention a position As assistant inspector of All Over new England because not parts at the Plant of the Premier Only Vermont and new Jersey wanted Potter printing press manuf actor Bailey but his operations in the past ing Cor mrs. Campbell will make her. Have extended to Maine Massachi Hom e with her Mother until a Tene setts and new Hampshire and these Early fall the others m one Spring. Is one Toree year Oia Ite Gisterek visa Insull. Come Early and avoid Ameresi d. Verrier Barton r. F. Let Seville Road. 29-3 1p rur fifire hits. Battos. T. Lec ment can be found at Derby states have been after him. But ver Mont through the efforts of or. Thompson now has this famous mrs. S. S. Hill Nee Mary Lapete Albany n. Or. And mrs. Charles Spoor of Bur Lington were guests of friends in town last week. J. E. Chase of Elm Street is at East Wallingford where he May move his family. Mrs. Martha Goss of st. Johnsbury was the guest of mrs. George h. Gor a m the past week. Mrs. Rochelle was absent from the tor Sale my store building in swindler within its care. Wanted a Good Home for a driving horse for two or More c. Davidson Albany. 30-3 4p wanted working housekeeper in family of two in Brookline mass. Pay $12 per week. For further particulars inquire of mrs. F. Brown ing Sarton 29"30 help wanted both men and women steady work. The work for women is on Small boxes also veneer. To a 9 in Twat Dav. Hours 6.45 to mrs. Ella Wyman of Browning Tonis at the Day just is cottage wit friends. Mrs a. E. French visited her Niece mrs. Ira Lyon at East Charleston saturday. Mrs. Gasy and son John of Sut ton visited her son j. A. Legacy the past week. Mary and Mabel Lyon of East Charleston Are visiting their aunt mrs. A. E. French and Uncle Oscar Lyon. Mrs. Hattie Myers has returned Home from her visit to her daughter mrs. Frederick fish at Springfield mass. Hebr Village 18x40, one Story be cwt Unity for store or Barber Kyj. B. F. Chaffee Irasburg. 30-3 1p Greensboro about 90 couples attended the school dance at school Hall Friday foe Sale 12 horse Power 013 Ese nearly new with trucks also 1 Pasey blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 Price air rat. Edward rope. For dinner. Sat--23tf.Barton. Who never recovered from the Shock suffered july 15, died on the 24th. She was truly a Mourner for her lat husband and her health suffered in consequence. The funeral was held at st. Paul s Church on monday Bur Ial being in the family lot. She is survived by her Mother two sons a thur of Hardwick and Edward of this town two daughters Gladys and Cora in the Home Here and Many other relatives and friends. Announcements were received Here last week of the marriage of Isabel a youngest daughter of in. And mrs. Hugh Campbell to a. Henry Pecchenino at Oakland cal., on july 10th. Mrs. Pecchenino went to Cali Fin about five years ago with her 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. Miss Lucy Lazott of Nashua n. H.,is the guest of her Cousin miss Lor for Sale or rent my build Dubois. Two base hits i. Lesny der. Struck out Emerson 2, Kenai so n 2. Bases on balls Kennison z. Emerson 1. Hit by Pitcher Emerson 1. Passed balls Wells 1. I Lyndonville 7, Barton 2. After winning five games in a rens the Barton team dropped another game to Lyndonville saturday on the Fairground. Taylor has now beat Barton three times. cer Tamly is Good but it is Well known that he cannot Field his 5sition. Newport and Woodsville beat him with a bust ing attack Why has Barton never tried this method in three games Why does t Barton steal on Page he is a Good Catcher but has a poor whip. Out of five hits off Taylor Dubo made two and was the Only Man who really got his Neasure. Emerson with one Day s rest from the Newport game blanked the visit ors in six innings but was wild an hit hard in the other three. Barrows store several Days last week on account of illness. Mrs. Mcdonald is visiting her daughters in Bellows Falls and Quin by mass., for a time. Mrs. Walter Hinman of Newport was in town saturday to attend the infantile paralysis clinic or. Henry suitor and family of South Deerfield mass., were recent visitors at w. J. Powney s. Is in Glover Village known As the a act place eau owed with electric 1 f j to. S i Urdas Mill closes at 12 m. Any employee who has worked time As above 53 hours will be paid for 54 hours a full week and 10 extra Bonus added to their pay. Work for men is hand ling lumber manufacturing piano backs sounding boards and veneer. Ain Cut Tai butter tub mass Flash closet and Spring water s storage room. Kimball Civ. 20tf four generations of the Berwick family met at the Home of z. ber Wick and took lunch at the Grove recently. Communion service will be held at the Church sunday at the morning service August 8th. Members should All try and come. For Sale one Chevrolet run work. Same coursers Day or piece it Iii n Naid to women Ray i Mother and for . Iwuc jct recently visited his liability and pos depends on a Man Skio of fill i. Over . Who stays with his a Bee a to e Shepard. C in Al condition. Also one Blais of c lathe Complete with Chuck cent a eating tools Etc p. W. Law a Kef port. Of Etta Cassevaugh. Or. And mrs. Charles Perkins of Lakeport n. H., Are again at their cottage at the Lake. Rev. Allen Stockdale of Toledo Ohio will preach at the congregational Church next sunday. Mrs. Mary Caswell of Concord n. H., is visiting her sister mrs. Charles Goodrich for a few weeks. Mother mrs. Will lion be is a Tell w 1i Oakland or. Pecchenino is a native or. And mrs. F. R. Hastings and and is employed by. The time pay is time Ana a Nail. See is. The e. L. Chandler co., or in n macros Avion nil mfftx7diu it to family have been spending two n Lola to rave. Sale 50 cords about three leans. The score a e 0 1 a r ii to 4 111 j dry four foot Wood at r. R. Sid a Miles North of Newport. $8.50 Rod f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Cour miscellaneous Harlev Haines has bought a Newi 0 0. N. Or a. Viries Andres Lover. 7tl in Seth on e Tilc die. Z -1--12 3j0r Sale 2 to Milt Ford Road 11 6 4. 1 1 1 2 0 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 o 0t 0 9 0 1 2 Lyndonville Sherrer 2 Page c Wakefield 1 Fitzpatrik 3hazard, of Gaudette if Austin c Hall is Taylor totals Barton Heath is Hiram Carpenter returned to his Home in Worcester mass., tuesday after a few weeks visit at his Sisters mrs. M. E. Clapper s. The Praise service conducted by elder Hiram Carpenter at the Church sunday evening was Well attended bythe townspeople. It was a wonderful service and those who did not attend missed a Good meeting. Brownington Center Lyman Seymour and family vis Fedin Sutton sunday. Or. And mrs. Ernest Wright spent sunday in Charleston. Or. And mrs. Ernest Wright have begun work at Orleans. Mrs. E. A. Gallup and son Charles were in Willoughby saturday. 0. A. Grow has sold his Overland notice car of new Brunswick 1 2 2 2 & 1 1919 touring with starter 2 re Ailt touring. These cars i be in Good condition As they t pcs overhauled and paint 1 2 0 0 7 arrived All a sick Righi e. R. Cook Barton. 25tf 12 2737 m Camp m ws1 b. Peter Cota was recently called to Manchester n. H., by the sudden death of his sister m that place. Or. And mrs. N. Ray Underwood Are settled in their new Home m the Comstock tenement on South Church Street. Miss Katherine Neagle of Lyndon Viil a who has been spending a Mont hit Peter Cotas has returned to her Home. ". Returned themes. Laura Mcfarlane week from a two weeks of the e. with her daughter mrs. Of time Tompkins of Montreal so rvs Lake Grove. Otow a r h a b 3 1 to 2for a Ltd or 3 0 0at your service Percheron 133559. At me Frlan e stallion supreme. Elwuil.mu1 mondays. Barrows Rev 7 jul j place consisting be Bam and one acre of land on Lake Street and known As same company " fire and water Sale no Drew s ladies ready to Wear shop,7th anniversary Sale sat re a morning july 31st, for 15 Days.2, we opened seven years ago August our store for business. To Cele brate this event we Are putting on Sale for Cash our entire Stock of suits Coats skirts silk and Satin afternoon and evening presses King a m and voile dresses White and Wool sweaters and fancy middies at just i Price. All other will be included inline that we carry this Sale at very special mrs. Florence bean has moved to Newport. Raymond Silver has moved into the House recently vacated by mrs. Flor ence " bean. Mrs. Robert Allen from Hardwick visited at Francis Wright s Over sunday. A son. James s. Walker was born to or. And mrs. Irving Walker about two weeks ago. Mrs. Claude Gochie came satay b. Lee 2 Leland 1 Graves. 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0, 1" 1 0 Tes Sheltra place. Opposite the w few none. Nice location Fine baby grand Chevrolet car and sat urday motored to o st. Johnsbury. Mrs Estella Allen of Plymouth n. H., is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Fred Goodrich for a few weeks. Or and mrs. Archie Chase and daughter were guests of mrs. Chase s sister mrs. George Thompson last week. Mrs. Marjorie do Bruskie of provi Dence r. I., is spending a few Days with her aunt at the Stimson cottage by the Lake. Rev. W. Keeler of Yonkers n. Y.,v preached at the congregational Church sunday morning to a Large congregation. Miss Alice Dow is stationed in Wyoming in the red Cross Home service work and came saturday to visit her parents or. And mrs. S. D. Dow. is in a very feeble condition. Saturday evening Many people from the Village and cottages attended the Movine picture show at Snyder c 1 1 15 3 0 3 1 1 0 t. Lee 3 4 3 4 3 4 1 2 3 28--3 opt Maui liar on. Dubois of Webster if us Rizir car to e. B. Willey of rent farm sugar and Apple or 0,00 0, 0 0carter, Ifor. And mrs. Adelard Cabana Are Emerson p 02the Happy parents of a baby Gir Larabee a27 122 530ky.,. A. A Norl to Tjw lug water Good Nous est 0nly Miles from bar to s on est More Road. Good totals sacrifice hits Thorn of i i Barrows Page. To insurance and real rotate Best Stock and toil c surety Bonds All kinds estate. Any one having Vinish to sell Calale real estate they 33tt on of w. Baldwin Barton. Sawdust at the notice get your Wessell Nichol & fit $1 per Cord 2gtf Hanson Barton. Strayed of stolen agora miss Naomi lathe is working Ina trip tomade7 to. Or to inert base hits Dubois Hazard handkerchief factory at Orleans. Afield last property. Al Ssiss and pasture mrs. Laura Whitehill have gone Toj. M.16tf Charleston to care for her sister Jlewis. Iaz to i Neairn x mrs. Erastus Worth of Holland recently visited her brother Charlesue offer for Sale my irn Jabout 2fft customers Aiso bums. Tdtie3,1, t for serving same and family in tit to Brunning or. And Ennis and sets Shpend son of ban the e latter part Rith her Sis w m my Herd of 20 cows san pc and Kiriena an Angora but soft Sully disposition. La seen Tidence or. And mrs. W. P. Smith Are vis iting in Irasburg at the Home of Rall. Three base hits . Struck out Taylor 11. Emer son 3. Bases on balls Emerson 3, Taylor 3. Wild pitch balls. Page 2. Innings 123456789 Lyndonville 200200030 t Barton 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 notice the annual meeting and Richie of the Orleans county historical society. Inc., will be held at its old Stonehouse in Brownington on tuesday Augu st 10, 1920. A More extended notice next week. B. R. Buchanan Secretary. St edited y plac6d d their granddaughter. Mrs. Oliver from Connecticut w or Clyde Wheeler. Edith Aldrich who went to Skinner me., to visit her son or. Aldrich has returned Home. Or h. S. Clarnc motored and sunday to take miss Janociak her Home there. They them and mrs. J. with and Clark. Thursday july it can be Ipharr Newport it. On Porter Street Barto identified by. His for size sni5on Lead a Lefour feet. Any of the cat will be Greensboro Bend the heroine in the play Given by the celebrated actress Madeline traverse who spends a portion of her summer vacation at Caspian Lake As the guest of Terrill. As the numerous autos were re turning after the entertainment at the Bend about half a mile below the Village a Ford car was met and the Driver not being acquainted with the Road and partly blinded by the pro cession of lights ran too near the Edge of the Road and Slid of into the ditch which was at this Point about four feet deep the Bank on the opposite Side or eventing the a going Clear Wells. Or. And mrs. L. A. Bennett and daughters attended the funeral of mrs. B. Doyle in Sherbrooke p. Q., sunday. Or. And mrs. F. Webster Jed sons and mrs. S. E. Clough of Mai to me a " Recer Vea and Satis to st gratefully Flanders Facto Rily rewarded. Lip a Quito to and one half of pics re 1p own As the Whitney she at rear of newport1 t.2. It building 30x-Acta-tv 16 Opportunity for for slant. Building now ta2&5d paying Good in born to or. And mrsa w3 a Sun of ency mass Fwilliam Rice b Mem rank Drew and family with or. And mrs. Guy Aldrich took a two a y Auto trip last week going through Crawford and Franconia oses and other interesting places returning Home sunday night. Barton. Den mass., Are visiting at l. v. 8 Sanii p it or a Norma july 20. Mrs Lettie Kimball of Thisbe red As miss place will Shepard motor div and mrs room re Jig Lin to Humphrey new Glover Community Church Ford car on Ioa in to n tor ill it. At i Vav Nav Over and the occupants landed on the25tf pastor. Rev Jhn twi Vaoau. Bank. No one was injured and theto Lyndon the ought with week wit dirt 11 h tt1 after being pried up and Irav Switzer to rent with them. To or of Boston 5 c. Five room tenement uth in pm iras by to Orleans. A go Orleans. Phone 141-1 4. Let containing a sum of Wakeman or please return to Hugn 3qtf l. E. Street Barton. 29tf Back into the Road was Able to proceed on its own 4ower. The party were on their Way to Willoughby Lake. The Greensboro free Library has received from the estate of the late or. Charles Cook of Natick mass., a gift of 71 volumes of Choice books and from mrs. Daniels of washing ton d. C., one of our summer Resl-4ort a.22 new books and the trus morning s sunday school at 12 m. There will be no evening services during August. West Glover Barbara Slack a ing some time there will be a Christian Endeavor meeting sunday evening at 8 o Mary Wade of Itrich mass.,. Town saturday. D Bev. Or. And mrs. John Gorp ftesortedvr7d Larabee tis boor and three Roo Star Arton steam heated. George Trudeau has been very a the past week but is better at pres ent writing. Or. Griffin and rial Woods Hare traded farms each taking Possession of the one traded for. One Hundred and seventy Dollar were Lei a at the Church fair which was held the last week in june. Elbert Wilder and Friend or. Sad mrs. Quincy Goss of Maine Glen Domoss and miss Blanche Liu Kford spent sunday at Lake Seymour. Fire1 and water Sale no Drew s ladies Rady to w ear Sharp Newport 7th anniversary Sale sat urday morning july 31, for 15 years ago August 2 we opened our store for business. To celebrate this event we Are putting on Sals for each. Our entire Stock of suits costs skirts. Silk and Satin afternoon and evening dresses Gingham and voile dresses White skirts silk and jew sweaters and Osney middies at Jos it Price. All other lines that we carry will be included in this Sale set very special prices. Or. And mrs. Frank Lacourse of Orleans Are spending a few Days wit their parents or. And mrs. Collin mrs. Laura Brooks is Home from Burlington. E. Corrow is visiting his son and daughter in Springfield. Will Thurber of West Burke visited at a. D. Thurber sunday. Or. And mrs. Eager of Charleston visited at Ernest Batchelor s Sun Day. Milf Spafford of Athol. Mass. Called on old acquaintances in town . And mrs. Hauver and Little grandson visited friends in Newport sunday. Mrs. Clara Branch of Burlington Isth guest of her sister mrs. In . Week for Toneu month visit and receive Barber shop or fruit tees have recently purchased the Fol--1. To 1s. F a Ftp a flight and suit st. Jon--,9 Between visiting Ner our vhf Lowins Dooks Juary Wane Teai Wing in from tee slight w rental or doctor s la i Nei Bury and Newport j1viler please Porter Anderson Crow detective i Ini a Yuie. July be in r Vand family Are spend. One of Cut int oat knee Block aaartfe1. Or to wow Imp Ine to a Wuhu a. Arbo pur Mccutcheon the port gee Lincoln a Man for the Ages Irving Bachel shop Barton of notify Monitor tenements. Zercoe millinery Busi chased Lor search Grace l. Lutz three Lack pennies. Joseph Hergesheimer lost readies Yarp a. Rind found Ness Gnu to port Marjorie u ?. Weeks ing their vacation at mrs. Garvin s Home Here. Or. And mrs. Heman Bales of new port Center visited their son Guy Bates last week. Charles Ross of st. Johnsbury and Hovey and son. John. Alfted at c. F. Wright s last week. The great impersonation Oppen Heim Patchwork Anna Myers burned Bridges. St. Clare Harvest . Today Clarksto relatives. M is portlandeitti1 male is came Tol of be. Short is 4ark Jruth tan Points. Humphrey Ward passion for life Barton. I the hotel to not Between Crystal James Hocking poor relations been visiting for acce by owner May property and temo if Foru a chamber fears. Lion heavy Wooi a or "ward.28-30 p Monitor Grout j f

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