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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Barton, VermontA Vermont cd a a court North eds i till in the estate Fartun in said or kiting a ii ii at Newport 1,4 Quot Dit it Quot Oti the Jbard Day. A a Rolna to be Joseph m. A Vii a a 1iutrict.de i Urt Afore Ai a p a a Quot in Quot meet and a to nil persons Moubis l in this of Dor there .,>ru4ann Vonty new Naper. Flat aug a that a &Quot.&Quot. Nii strict. Previous to the i Are hereby notified to. Lit the time and my pro tie of it a a Poi t. In said b. I. >1�?T i Kerister a. La salts of classified Advertis to this paper Are often beyond is. Many times am sex of a few cents will sol Quot a a arse Worth of property or the very article Yon want to Pont Overlook the classified mollies for jars nothing baie Relief until he tried a Ifni it a to yes i Riocabo to atx., . 1 suffered for four years with Servaas sick headache and dyspepsia. Tried doctors ate bran gems took All kinds of remedies but nothing did me any Good until i used fruit a Tives or fruit liver tablets. 2vr made me Well and keep me we and i am always glad to teff people of the great things a fruit a Tives have done for me. I have Many friends in Ogdensburg now using a fruit a Tives on my recommendations. . 50c. A Box 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from fruit a Tive limited Ogdensburg. K. Y. St. .4 Bury Academy founded 1842 a co Odumn tical secondary school year f m tem opens sep. 6, 1920 tie curriculum includes preparation for College and technical schools Vith certificate privilege 4-year commercial course preparing for clerical and secretarial service Home economics Industrial training music supervised athletics. The faculty of 18 members is carefully selected for teaching ability and Christian influence. The location is one of the most Beautiful and healthful sections of the Vermont Hills. The expenses Are moderate tuition $80, room and Board s225 per year. Scholarships Are available for deserving pupils. For Catalogne and information address Theodore Halbert Wilson. Principal St. Johnsbury Vermont the Monitor. July 28, 1920 Caledonia Noimy a a a a ssh Aas tto a. Friday Gillem and a was a is running i Swik s in a so close a sed it assent getting Verv close to him As he cud Notis. T amp co. Of St. Johnsbury Are to assist their employees to own their Homes making arrangements whereby the employees May pay for them by monthly instalments which will be allowed so far toward the Purow Price instead of being considered As rent. Employees will select their own lots and decide upon plans the company Only stipulating an Advance payment of ten per cent on the total Cost of lots and buildings. The huge Cross for notre Dame Church in St. Johnsbury which blew Down the sunday before easter has been replaced. The new Cross is of Copper covered with Gold Leaf and was made in St. Johnsbury. It is nine feet High and four and one half wet across and weighs 60 pounds. From the top of the 200-foot spire of notre Dame it is visible from All sections of the town and the work of erecting it has been watched by hundreds. Fred Vermette the Steple Jack has performed a hazardous task in Merigan a greatest Chautauqua system t one Little girl brought happiness to one Little town. A Polly of the circus will bring happiness to you and real Worth while entertainment Loo Community Chautauqua Are bringing this great american play to your town with talented Broadway players elaborate scenery and special effects. A big attraction. See your program. Orleans August 13-18 i went Home after the storekeeper for Ting in from of site House i foot tin the work a webby a had traded in his a insurance policy was arrange a he House iriss thing amp i War tailed for i Ore Dame. To the cud go a Fil hindi get Back Quot on the great Delight his 17 same Date win t v i year old daughter. Rose declares she Reen who it wlm a Faro wafer take up her father s work and woman was delivering Are close. Sunday a sed you can All ways ten when people is bored Whitch you Are taking to. She sed they All ways have a weary look on there faces. But i done to think that is Verrie Good a the nervous indigestion sine because nearly evry 1 Witch i mrs. Remmie has returned from she has climbed the 200-foot Steeple to assist her father. West Burke j. B. Watchie is quite seriously ill tawk to All ways looks weary. She dissent no it All. So i visit to new Hampshire. Monday mister Triggs thinks he knows All about the female race and wife and Etc he told a if he Wood just Buck up to a once his Trub Bels with her Wood be Over. A grinned sad amp replied amp sed yes they Wood and All the rest of the balance of my Trub Bels Wood be Over to. nose. Tuesday a got sup shuns of her husband today she is Nachelle that away Tho. went to say sum thing about he walked on a strip of Karpet amp he Sedy i stripped on the walk a made him go out and mow the Lawn Whitch was no More than rite or else otherwise i Wood of had to do it. Wednesday this was a hot one amp i was tired amp Swetty having played Ball nearly All after noon score 28 to 16. Are Pitcher had Collera morbid this evening a sed Lisbeth wont you walk Down amp get sum ice Creme. She sed she was wore out she wanted him to go. I seen rite away How it was amp i sed to myself Here a where Sutton Rev. Or. Bergen preached at the Baptist Church last sunday. Robert Vance has bought the Milo Pierson farm for his son George Vance. Leslie Stoddard of West Moro spent sunday with his sister mrs. F. B. Norris. Or. And mrs. George Willey of Lyndon visited last Friday at f. B. Norris. Franklin Berry is in very poor health being unable to carry on his farm work or. And mrs. Hartley Ainger of Laconia n. H., visited friends in town the past week. Sutton North Ridge mrs. E. R. Mcshane remains quite ill Arthur Mcfarland spent the weekend at Home. Miss Bertha Quimby spent sunday at her Ancley a Fred Gray a. Miss Katherine Kates of Washington is visiting at b. Fairbanks. B. Fairbanks and party held a picnic at Willoughby Lake thursday. Pace to Reb a moving week we Are moving from main Street to the Hutchins Block As wrong Side of the Square and shall be somewhat mixed for a few Days but shall be in better shape in a few Days and Hope to be Able to do More and better work when we get located. Next week we expect to be Able to wait on you at the new store. R. P. Porter of Brattleboro was a visitor in town last week. Or. And mrs. G. Caswell spent the week end in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. M. M. Coe returned from Boston and Plymouth n. H., the first of last week. Mrs. Emma Way has been spending a few Days with her son Carl in Island Pond. Mrs. Collins of Amesbury mass., is visiting at b. Marshall a and e. J. Warron a. Mrs. Aldrich and daughter. Miss Myrtie Are spending this week with friends in Peacham. Mrs. Nettie Mccoy is at Home from Keene n. H., where she has been attending summer school. S. L. Brigham has purchased an automobile which he will find very convenient on his mail route. Orleans county exhibit at state fair. Executive committee appropriate $50. The annual state fair with its county exhibits will soon be Here. Every county in the state will improve this Opportunity to show and advertise its agricultural products. Surely Orleans county cannot afford to be in the rear it must come to the front and take the prize for the Best exhibit. The products that will count Large for this county Are 1 Dairy products 2 Maple products 3 potatoes 4 Hay 5 Grain and 6 poultry products. Start now to get your individual prize winning specimens into shape. nep0n5et roofs miss Carrie Marshall recently to the son goes Down. I got to Nike a to relatives in Oak once in Avrile. But i was abrade Melrose and Amesbury mass. They mite get to arguing amp not get women made Youngr Bright eyes a dear skin and a body fall of youth and health May be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking i the Creme a tall. Thursday to tired to rite. After Yoa eat always Taka a 9091 x it you each i his roofing by. A is satisfactory service Forve Nav a a a the Ven Alt h t. Seaver a in or. Leon Willey of Boston was the guest of his Grandfather or. And mrs. S. M. Bartlett during the past week. Prof. And mrs. E. E. Orcutt of Plymouth n. H., have been in town during the past week and Are now at Lake Willoughby. Mrs. Jewell of Proctorsville state a president of the d. Of r., was the guest of the past president mrs. C. Coburn last Friday. Everyone should plan to attend the Plav a the camouflage of Shirley a Given by the Young people at the Gem theatre on Friday evening of this week. Frank g. Reynolds of Brockton mass., the Well known entertainer who has been visiting friends Here j left last thursday for new Hampshire and Maine where he has engagements for the remainder of the summer. The concert by the b. L. S. Com Nany last Friday evening was very Good indeed and it was very unfortunate that the Heay Shower kept so Many at Home. Those who braved the fast falling drops enjoyed a real treat and we Hope the ladies May visit West Burke again at some future time. Alson Gray who has been very ill Frith tuberculosis died on saturday afternoon at the Home of Lus Only daughter mrs. Clayton Ball he was 63 years of age. The funeral took place at the Ball residence tuesday at noon. Beside his Dagmer he leaves two Brothers Leban Gray of Newark and Sylvester of Sutton and two Sisters mrs. Randall of Lyndon and mrs. Charles Bruce of West Burke. Sheffield will Huckins has been at Irving Browne a the past week. Harry Conley has returned to his Home in White River Junction. Eva Jones of St Johns been visiting at s. A. Jones the past week. Harold e. Dyer of Nev it spent last week with his Cousma Charles n. Dyer. Or and mrs. Hugh Butterfield of North Troy visited at Irving Brown s last week. Or. And mrs. Irving Brown. Lydia and Jennie Bro vim visited at North Troy sunday. Or and mrs. Clyde Sweet and set a of Albany visited at Charles Sheldon a sunday. Or and mrs. Alvin Lara and family of North Troy visited at Sorles Sheldon a sunday. Mott Chesley a v�8�ting a a Boston o. A. I. Looking aft a her work. Mrs. Thomas has Goiz to Lyndon a i to Tiki to visit fiends before go-1&Quot Tonetta por Mouth. N. Mrs Phillips and mrs. Randall will Envoi air he ladies Aid at. M. E. Is try Friday afternoon with Ripper at the usual hour. Hod of James Salmon of Glover Brocht her. For b�.l w. A a and to rest in the cemetery de a of i. First wife. I the world s Standard remedy for kidney i liver bladder and uric acid troubles the enemies of Hie and looks. In use sine 1696. 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