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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50�?no. 26barton, Vermont wednesday june 30. 1920 Sinai be copies 5 cents. 01f1ed advert Oil a a Mentz a Tel inserted under Thi for first insert log. W 1 thereafter. Cash a a .1. I.,-, a to it Adeer Liso. A rss than to atty Art for Sale jux top one <>5 Hay g. T. C con Firat ional Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor 7.30 thursday evening. Meeting and Bible study. Sui subject prayer school meeting tonight annual school meeting of the ban Academy and graded Sthool District will be held in alumni Hall sunday 10.80 pubic worship. So to sly of amps be a on a holy the i strict. Two trustees will Tel a do sacrament of the lord a supper and one to fill the vacancy cause by the rite of baptism will be administer resignation of John Batchelder and of Anir Tsa Pant r1saois.lw.� a. A tvs vials ii or services Damon jr., mor a Standard and Register a the Kimball Glover. 20tf pigs for Sale new lot just and a them. Ralph Ham in i Ort. It. Tel.213-3. 22tf for Jersey Bull Fri four months old. L. Davis Ait a _ 25-27 House for Sale Home of the ate r. R Brennan Orleans. See . Locke. 25-27p legs for Sale new lot just by Cone see them. Ralph Ham Xei port. It. Tel. 213-3. It for sale�?12 swing stanchions in Cood condition. P. Darling Albany. __25tf for cottage and Large at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Lera in. Woodward 19 Pearl St., St. Amsbury. 25tf for Sale the Lang House in Barton on school Street. Terms to Sai purchaser. Apply to j. E. Batsman. Willoughby. 25tf de. Any Parent desiring baptism for their children will please notify the pastor. 11.45, sunday school. C. E. At 6 of clock. Union service at 7 of clock in the methodist Church. Forty eight persons from Kirby were ushered into Church sunday morning the party having pilgrimage Here to hear or. Hutchin son who preached in Kirby while in Lyn Donville. There had been no Church services in Kirby for 12 years previous to or. Hutchinson a voluntary work in that Community which resulted in a rebuilt Church and a flourishing organization. No services Are of held there. This visitation which included representatives of All but two families in the Parish was a splendid tribute to or. Hutchinson and the love they hold for him. For slew Large Mosler Safe in Good condition. Will sell or sex Dot be for smaller Safe. Weight fuck. Mrs. Lilia Dow Glover. 19tf for Sale seven passenger Stu Debaker Sis four new tires mechanical condition perfect. Cheap. Leon l Boulanger Irasburg. Tel. 161-32 __26-28p for sale�?12 horse Power ols a Gine nearly new with trucks also 1 set Pulley blocks for 1 Inch rope 75 be rope. Price right. Edward s. Lost Iii Barton. 23tf for Sale four Fine Holstein heifers two months old also two Guem by heifers and a Shire Bull. All Fine for Farmers to raise. B. Chamberlin Irasburg. To for Sale pair work horses 2100, also harnesses. Will be ski at a Low Price or traded for cat be a. J. Dunton Sheffield. 25-26p. For Sale or rent my build a in Glover Village known As the Aho Ott place equipped with electric to. Flush closet and Spring water storage room. C. Kimball Glover. 20tf one to take the place of the member who term expires this year. The auditors report shows the total orders drawn by the trustees to be Over 27,000, but the increase in indebtedness is Only a Little Over $500 Over that of last year. It is probable a higher tax will be necessary to maintain the High Standard of the school another year with the known increase m All expenses. Barton local notes mrs. W. A. Warner is in town for a few Days. Henry Cutler is Home from Dartmouth College. Rev. I. A. Ranney of Hardwick was in town tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Cutler is Home from Smith College. Mrs. Ella Dana visited friends in Westmore last week. Mrs. Mana a right recently visited friends m Westmore. Or. And mrs. T. Seaver were in la Donville Over sunday. Miss Doris Whitcher has been ill with tonsillitis the past week. Mrs. C. Mcfarland has been ill for several Days but is improving. Rev. A. B. Blake who has been u1 for several weeks is much improved. Miss Mary Urie is enjoying a vacation from her work in the Monitor of Nee. Miss Ida Whitcher is visiting her sister mrs. Fred Kinsey in Hartford Conn. Maurice Poirier of Claremont n. H., is the new jeweler in the Lane store. F. W. Cutting has moved into the House recently purchased of Allen Gilmour. Beginning july 1st, All piano lessons will be $1 each. Mrs. F. Pillsbury. Adv. C. E. Buswell has moved into mrs. Carpenters wanted five in m. Hanson a House for a Tempo Good capable men eight hour Day. J Ary stay. Jervah amp Corkins Newport. 16tf miss Avis Phillips of Sheffield is the wanted has cd spinners can a a Kolls parcel Post. C. Gay. Bar _____1 t was a recent guest of her aunt mrs. Wanted fresh eggs and Poul c. E. Hibbard. Calkins the Farmers candidate for the Senate. Or. Editor m. E. Calkins of Westmore announced himself a candidate for the Senate Early this Spring and has not withdrawn his name. is a Farmer a member of the farm Bureau and Farmers Exchange and believes in allowing the Farmers to live. was born and has always lived in this county and has lived in Westmore 31 years. This baseball. The Barton team went to Lemdon Ville saturday and was Defeated by a score of 7-5. Lyndonville collected three runs in the first inning and four More in the fifth. Barton tied the score in the fourth but Lyndon Villers Lead of four runs in the fifth was too great to overcome. B. Lee pitched five innings and was hit hard. In the remaining three innings Emerson allowed one hit and no runs. Ray played a Clever game at Short is an Appeal to the Farmers of this for Barton accepting eight out of county to support and get out and nine chances. Priest and Webster vote for men who will look out for the �<1 team at Bat with two hits each and Webster also starred lost june 12 Between St. Johns Bury and Newport Side piece belonging to a wooden bed. Finder please notify Monitor office. 25tf found found a Young scotch Colbe dog solid yellow. Answers to name of Jack. Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges. Harold Sheperd Irasburg. 24-26 wanted wanted live poultry Barton. Elrick 18t� interests of the Farmers in the legislature this year. Therefore let us stick together and Send Farmers to represent us in the House and Senate this fall. Men who will make Laws which will allow the Farmers to live and men who will not sell their votes. Sincerely g. A. Gilman Westmore it. The Field. For Lyndonville Taylor pitched his usual slow sure game Hazard and Wakefield stung the Ball hard Hazard getting three doubles. Innings 123456789 Lyndonville 30094000 7 Barton 001200200 5 batteries Taylor and Pope Lee Emerson and Barrows. Wanted at once laundry woman work All done by machinery. Valley ouse Orleans. 20tf wanted�?15 men to Cut and Peel Spruce pulp. F. R. Hast Henry Brooks Barton. 18tf m. E. Calkins of Westmore candidate for senator from the South end of Orleans county Rah Urie. The Home of or. And mrs. J. P. Leland Gates. From the express and standards k"rieystol>�?z1s�do?glogerth� ,�. Ethel a. A unit. Wedding ceremony took place at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. F. P. Gates of West Burke at 2.30 p. To the strains of Mendelssohn a wedding March from a mid summer nights dream a played by mrs. Abar of West Burke the wedding party preceded by master Gerald Black Nephew of the Bride bearing the two rings on folded Rose buds and Eleanor Hall a Niece As Flower girl marched to a Beautiful Floral archway fashioned of Hemlock boughs intertwined with Pink peonies and Mountain Laurel where they were met by Rev. W. A. Warner of Peacham officiating clerk an who used the in marriage to Irvin Rich of Boston. Rev. W. A. Warner of Peachlin Peis formed the ceremony. Mrs. Rich is Well known Here having graduated from Barton Academy in the class of 1910, and later graduated from a business College i Springfield mass. She is at present employed As a stenographer in boy ton. Or. Rich is with the Hood Rubba co. In Boston where he has a find position. Summer train schedule. The try mondays at Orleans express Sto Tion. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf Sale one Chevrolet run a a1 condition. Also one Blair lathe Complete with Chuck Cen ratting tools Etc. P. W. Law->2, Newport. Of Sale three Good horses for a a mpg. Cheaper than to hire. A j c. Houston Orleans Tel. Orleans 125-15. 25-26 for Sale two used Wood mow maces ready for use. Also Collie puppies. Elliott Barton. 25-26p miss Marjorie King is Home from the University of Vermont for the summer vacation. Miss Etta Litchfield of Coventry is at the Home of miss Austin for Massage treatment. I 1, i miss Elsie Hibbard went Friday wanted�?16 Moro Black mar Randolph Center where she has to Breed to Black Percheron a Tom a summer. Fri hot the bit okie in Orleans 1 Adalbert Leland was in to on re free if not or. Barton gently. Driving Home a car for the a wanted a Calfskin and horse hides also All Kis of junk 1. Solomon. Water St. Barton the phones. _ county. 26-27 5.18. One hour out for dinner a Rio a risk is of mean 53 a ours. Will be paid for 64 Honre a added 50 cords about three and 10%extra Bonus dry four foot Wood at r. R. Sid Tiff pay work for men is hand 4 a or Root Wood u i is North of Newport. .50 manufacturing piano Ster 1 rebuilt Ford Road 1917 1 with starter 2 trill ,11 k. Touring. These cars a re condition As they Liow a overhauled and paint id. P Viiu Puiri a Lawson Newport. 16tf highest bidder All for Moi at Camp Westmore sea a a Fox in unite Pickel on premises or or rent farm cards a Sar and Apple or a water. Good House Only two Miles from bar . S Dalton Eteoe work. Same hours and Bonus As paid to men. Raj Helen and Christina of St. Johnsbury Are guests of mrs. W. B. Proctor to remain Over the Holiday. W. B. Moulton has moved his family from their farm on the Evansville Road to the Flanders House on main Street recently purchased. Or. And mrs. A. Leland have returned from their trip to Burlington. Or. Leland has a position with the Barton Auto Exchange. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson is in Boston to attend the great meeting of congregational leaders of the world who Are in conference for a week. Will Caswell of Concord n. H., has been spending a few Days in town. Or. Caswell was a former employee of the Monitor office. The weather up to monday has been hot and dry but showers on monday and tuesday have relieved the parched condition of things. Barton goes to Morrisville thursday and Orleans plays Here saturday. Let All the fans be present and help the boys win both games. And concerning that fat is. Lean game Friday you will miss the greatest treat of the season if you fail to see it. The 25c you pay to get inside the Fairground will be Well spent. Loir considerable rivalry already and if the game finishes without the spilling of blood it will be because of the heavy police guard Volch is being considered for the contest. An extra Supply of baseballs and bats have been ordered also liniments bandages surgeons Tope Etc., for emergencies. See posters for the lineup which includes heavy reserves and plenty of tall Timber. The Umpire has not been announced but he will be provided with fire arms and every safety device known to modern science because he will be called upon to decide Many a a weighty questions upon very a a lean evidence. The business places in town will All close at 3 of clock in order that both sides May be provided with rooters. Well just go that Sall. The Barton Cornet band will furnish music in Post office Square before the game and also on the Ball ground daring the game. Judge Miller candidate again. W. D. Miller of Troy assistant judge of Orleans county court is a can fixate for reelection to that office according to a statement issued by or. Miller recently. Double ring service. The Bride daintily attired in Blue silk net Over Pale Blue taffeta and with a band of tulle and Orange blossoms in her hair was Given away by her father. She was attended by miss Allis Harvey of East Burke bridesmaid who was gowned in Pink Georgette crepe and Franklin Lynch of Lyndonville fraternity brother of the Groom was Best Man. The House was beautifully decorated the color scheme of Pink and White being carried out in every room and was a veritable Bower of Evergreen and blossoms the parlor was decorated with Hemlock and dozens of Pink peonies the adjoining parlor being vey Beautiful with Evergreen and Mountain Laurel. The dining room was tastefully arranged with clusters of Pink Rosea Nigelia and. Mock Orange blossoms occupying the otherwise noted ,. Center of the room was the dining to clip out and keep this for re beginning with monday june 28, e following train schedule is in effect for the summer. It will be noted a new train South in the fora ooh and one North in the evening is of the schedule. Barton. South 6.00 a. 9.45 a a a a �T�1.39 p. 3.40 a a a a �10.37 a a a a �T�11.16 a a a a Orleans. South 5.45 a. 9.35 a a a a �T�1.26 p. 3.22 a a a a �T�11.02 a a a a 7.24 a a All daily except sundays uni North �T�3.19 a. In. 3.51 a a -11.13 p. In. �T�3.53 p. 4.54 a a -7.15 a a a a North �T�3.28 a. 4.01 -11.25 a a a �T�4.02 p. 6.04 a a a a ble on which was an immense brides cake decorated with Smilax and wigs Lia blossoms while from this were Long streamers of White Satin ribbon at the end of each being an individual below Box of wedding cake for each guest. Following the ceremony the newly married couple were greeted with showers of confetti and coloured ence. A daily Aqa sunday a stops on Flag to receive passed errs for a White River Junction of u. V. Notes. Among the students who. A a graduated from the University of streamers and a Jolly time was Par Vermont monday june 28, were of tick rated in by All ice Cream and following Harley a. Leland go a a cake lady a fingers and macaroons a or. Bachelor of science in Agricol were served by mrs. Delbert Leland Ture Marjorie l. Young Orleana and mrs. Harry Black assisted by a Bachelor of science in Commerce an Rotha Hall and Raymond Black. Economics Paul k. French or lean a pretty feature following the i Bachelor of philosophy. Dior Quot to Wisn Vlaj Irinee of go to a ssi ? captured by miss released for War work. Mrs. A. A Vercoe has sold her millinery business to mrs. F. N. Belo Deau of Waterbury Conn., who takes Possession july 1. Mrs. Quot Vercoe will spend the summer in Camp in Crys Tal Lake Grove after which she Avill devote most of her time to nursing. Mrs. S. S. Hill and Fai Tilv motored to Manchester n. H., last week Well thought of by All who know him. Lyndon Institute. The past three years she has taught in the East Side school and in that capacity As Well As in social life has made a Host of friends whose Good wishes follow to her new Home. Or. Leland has resided in Glover was graduated from Lyndon agricultural school and a Don Institute followed by a course in u. V. M., and is student body was presented asking that the presidency of the univ Eric up be Given or. Bailey. Esdon clan greens mini meets at Bend about 40 members of the aul scotch family of Esdon know is the Esdon clan held their Sev Ofili annual reunion at the Home of mrs. Helen Esdon Glendale farm on sat Barton Auto Exchange. Or. And mrs. C. R. Prescott Are enjoying a vacation spent at their Camp at Willoughby Lake. Or. And mrs. Leon Ross and family of Sheffield were recent guests of or. And mrs. C. B. Joy. Rev. F. Larabee of Wymore ky., is the guest of his brother a. A. Larabee and family. S. Ernestine Willson has accepted the position of bookkeeper in the office of j. W. Murkland co. Or. And mrs. W. C. Burdick and daughter Grace of Dorchester mass., Are spending a few Days at the Home of his Uncle f. G. Burdick. F. D. Pierce is in Burlington this week attending a meeting of the ver stay. A. Leland son of mrs. B. F. T re of two place and Urie and Many useful and pretty Chesley and it tougher a Atea of West Burke Wero Emit edits for the new leans. To Bent to Baa sky. Barton. _ tit Trator a Sale a to Tilv of a he late mrs. A i j Ker person Edith. 0 residence of mrs. Orday Glover Village sat l air j a a of clock p. E. Administrator N. Pc Pioneer. In ?j,sale�?270 acres All w Ltd up oops at present 39 a i us go them registered hol cows three horses Aii King diameter with olt a House 13 rooms v water a too Down. L. C. Power is a. A vie Quot a he Nso . Tent a pleasant is. W. R. Street Barton. To Beira Tenem to Avenue. Barton Tage Hospital 25-26 tuesday june 22nd or. And mrs. J. J. Neagle and daughter Kathleen of Lyndonville visited recently at the Home of or to the Home of her sister mrs. Lund a he is a member of Delta Psi Frater urday Stine �?T26th. Ohio new Yorr Erville where they attended the wed nity in u. A a. I Massachusetts and ten towns of Asp Ding of her daughter Eva to Wil after a persistent Effort on the Mont were represented in the coir Liam Sullivan at which miss Gladys part of the newly wed couple they Pany assembled. Hill acted As bridesmaid. Or. And were Able to get away by decorated i the Day being fair Tobies were de mrs. Sullivan St it ent sunday at the automobile going to Burlington for i on the porch which was Hung Witk a Home of mrs. Hill. Conyne Cement week at which time i curtain of Evergreen boughs fens Frank Thorpe or. Larabee and or. Leland will graduate after which i and daisies. The dinner running tip or. And mrs. John Thorpe of Wil they will return to Barton where or. Whole Gamut from Chicken pie to pm More ky., Are guests of or. And mrs. Leland has a position with the Barton Cream was followed by an inform 1w. S. Hibbard. The trip was made by Auto Exchange. A Toast list. One of the younger is automobile by Way of Niagara Falls a. Many Beautiful gifts were received dons told of the time when the in and the lakes the party being eight i including Many useful and Beautiful was no Greensboro Bend no Railroad articles besides a substantial sum of and Only a path through the Wood Money. Which entirely covered the presed the wedding was attended by Only Esdon Homestead. It was about 88 near relatives and five of the bri4e�?Ts i years ago that the place was Cusaro most intimate friends. Those present i by his Grandfather. There were Alan were or. And mrs. F. P. Gates and. Recollections of the old Fash oae mrs. Abar of West Burke or. And a schools scotch stories and the clan mrs. Fred Jack Ihan of Barton or. I Sang commemorating the father and mrs. Delbert Leland of Glover i and mothers who a came from scat or. And mrs. Carl Chaffee and son land where the Heather Blosso Obs Harold of Irasburg Samuel Chaffee 1 of Derby line or. And mrs. Harry plans for the next reunion were a. Black and sons Raymond and ger made and of scars for the new Laid or. And mrs. Fred Hall and elected. These Are George gel daughters Rotha and Eleanor mrs. Braith of Passumpsic preset a Harold Litchfield Ara Griggs misses Days on the Road time of actual travel five and one half Days. They win return in August and or. And mrs. John Thorpe will go to Rockburg tenn., where he will teach mathematics and science in the it High school. A very pleasant evening was spent recently at the Home of or. And mrs. Mrs. A. W. Morrill of Pike n. H., was at her former Home Here last week. Her Mother or. Marion i j. T. Campbell by several friends of Nelson returned with her for a Brief miss Ethel Urie of Boston. The occasion of the gathering was a mis Cellaneous Shower in Honor of miss miscellaneous L. Davis. _ a 23tfj. S. Chesley the formers son e j. Rutter will be at o. Moss a Nan a Friday july Call and a quote a Sims mrs. Howard Spaulding Ron p a sum spent the reek end Wito a Rei from her col band who is working at Windsor. Week. Mrs. Mcdow Vernon Nault son of or. And Donald o a Home in or Nault who has been Orer the week end at their old Home m machinist has gone to de Barre. Mich., to take a special course will Flanders and a a Edson arrive welding and Allied subjects. A sons re so a Quot months. Were assisted by Freda Carr Ethel Addison Mildred Litchfield Janette Knowlton All of Newport. 9tf stallion sup Farlane s Mill Graves. Mondays. Elk win l. 22tf by n h., ted friends in town last week. Mrs Mabel Cobb Stone of uth relatives Here. _ Well remembered Myrtie Cass formerly of this town. Woman a Alliance of the m. E. Church will serve ice Cream and cake on the Lawn in the Park a wednesday Ivonin july 7th. In Case of rain the Wijesi %1 Toke place in the Church vestry. Mrs. F. W. Baldwin visited mrs. C r Holden in North Troy last week mrs. Holden will be remembered As miss Helen Laurin an in Barton Academy several or. And mrs. George Myers recently received a Telegram that they were grandparents of a Little daughter born to or. And mrs. Frederick fish in Springfield mass. Congratulations. Brownington Center Lewis Bennett is singling his Bam. Miss Glen Fuller is working for Frank Seavey. Leon Gilman of Springfield is visiting at l. N. Lundus. D. J. Carter of Newport was a business visitor in town saturday. Mrs. Wesley Rollins of Newport visited at a p. A Mihir a saturday. Miss Agnes Pronto of North i it an Ville is visiting at Lyman Seymour a. Mrs. Harry Heath and son Leon of Barton visited at w. P. Smiths on saturday. B. A. Seavey and family of East -. J. Seavey a inst week or. And mrs. Harold Wing of Bellows Falls Are visiting at Mahlon Seymour s. Served by the hostess miss Mary Urie. Westmore mrs. J. Wright of Barton is visiting friends in town. George Conley a House came near being destroyed by fire saturday. Miss Mae Wheeler has been visiting her Friend. Miss Lucy Hancock in Coventry. Mrs. Eliza Hunt is visiting her granddaughter mrs. Ruth Marshall in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Marshall Lacross and mrs. Hattie Myers have been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. A Victoria Stone of Lyndonville has been visiting her daughter mrs. George Craig. Mrs. Anna Sturtevant and daughter Ruth of Bristol Are visiting her Uncle g. C. Myers. Several from Here attended the sunday school convention at North Craftsbury last week. George Craig recently. Or. And mrs. J. C. Young of Lowell and mrs. Dana of Barton spent wednesday at G. a a v or in Tyre a. I quite a number from Here attend mrs. A a. French Wayne French concert in Orleans Sun George Esdon Greensboro vice pre ident frs. Fred Eldridge East Hanl Wick Secretary and treasurer. One half la a a build my known As the Whitney at rear of Newport �0 with a a it it. Building 30x-Opportunity for building now 25tf panics. Surety Hon a having mater this week. I it May with his Ron e. J. Wheeler and i Ira Gray and 1 w. Put of a Rexburg died career. Be us horse from care and Are b r Mont n. A. And or Adelbert und a Charleston wednes-1 ire t r of Kine is the guest of tend. The i adult in exercises of Misa Dorothy Seymour has returned is miss Vanl is attending the Unive Rei from a visit of two weeks with her to sell Call 39tf at $1 per a it re whale it Laau a fit i time a few years ago. Mrs. Pearl Brock and daughters. Carl Eveleth a sister. Misses family ther Eveleth of Chicago who have to a a a been visiting relatives in this Vicin min Theo Hend finished a Ite making the trip from their Home a Cen Ful term of school Friday. It is by Auto Obue started on the rectum expected she will return for next journey on a. _ _ family attended the graduation exercises at East Charleston Friday nig to. And mrs. W. P. Smith spent term sunday with their Duj tier lies. Harold Heath of Orleans. Mrs. Ethel Hudson and son Nard of Enfield n a. Spent week with her Mother mrs. Sarak Weeden. Mrs. Lafayette Willis of nor and Samuel Clough and sister or Troy is visiting her Brothers Josefa John lower. Mrs. William Lucas of Versailles ky., and C. Seavey and Daug Huai Cassie of Irasburg Are visiting a Frank Seavey a Evans Elf b there will be a Strawberry supper in the Church vestry thursday eve ing. July 1st. A Short enter tax i ment will be Given after the supp everyone will be most cordially we come. Ladies Are request to furnish for the tables As usual. Greensboro Bend or. Brill has moved his Amoy to Stannard. Beatrice Fuller has finished work for mrs. Lydia Crowley. Frank Chase of Barre called to his brother a. C. Chase sunday. There was a family reunion at to Home of mrs. Helen Esdon on saturday. Nina Lumsden has been Spendov a week with her aunt mrs. Line Bullard. Mrs. Nelson Barr returned to he Home in Taunton mass. The last pc the week Wesley Cole who has been quite sick is water and Back in the Dan store again. Miss Marguerite Esdon of pay sumps visited her aunt. Mrs. Mazy Weed the last of the week. Hanson. Barton

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