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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Barton, VermontFaflik w. Agan what he is i slams i diary a a friday�?1 am Verrie Nite As i just win a Leeg base Ball Mit. A Man Whitch has got a Shew store offered a prise for the Best sine to put a zip 1?&Quot Winda. Meks a Spe Shulty of Tolang Arches in shews i in the hollering a Arches not of Vic try but of de feet. All to by Secre. Miss Florence Mary Taylor eldest or mrs. Eugene l. Marsh of St Johnsbury their daughter observed their 40th 15th wedding anniversaries re Cambric to mass his bke.?"lsgld As proc pal of St. Johnsbury acad try but of de feet. All so got my Josh a. Davis who name in the paper As a Verrie prom Yum Ogman. 1,1 say Yang Only St this Ca Iemma com i sum times Ferget to keep them. a was out a playing Golf _ All the afternoon amp cum Home a olo Cal Seminary. After teaching or Ching he went to Olivet col veme tired Man but was All puffed a Side no became its up on himself. sed he Marisi _ holes in seventy 4. contest to be. Saw Mill at Hardwick belong ing a extent Plair on Golf a Toldi a a Leclair was Complete in private that a is the Best Golf destroyed by fire about 3 of clock Plair in the town. Or else he is the i morning. The Mill was biggest lire. Ablaze when discovered How the a __.1. y fire originated is unknown vyv ski real to was a Wald discovered How the originated is unknown. Very the loss Tel fishing. When we started Home i a estimated at $5,000 $2,000 we run into a Whitch was a fishing i of the proper All in or Hayi a a a Hayy a up. A i to the Mill was m operation was about to begin on a Good sized All so amp he run me Home amp then Tuk a Gad to me. After dinner a Felt sorry a sed i cud read amp give me a Story about Sun spots. I refined. Believe me i know what they mean by spots a it a the Sun. I had a fue Wen a got threw. Monday�?1 am sticking Dost Aroun Home Tonitte because i no a is a going to bring Home to a a Box of Candy. They had a quark this . Candy cum. Tuesday feel Rotten Tonitte. I was walking along the Crick amp seen a kid fishing. I just for fun thrower a Stone in the water amp he jumped up amp cum Fer me. I seen it was pug. Slung me Down amp blacked my Eye amp punched my nose amp kicks me in the shins. Then Wen i Thot he was done brought into St. Johnsbury municipal he slapped my face amp pull my Shert court yesterday charged with taking out. I never got so tired of Enny body operating an automobile without got so tired of Enny body in All my life. Wednesday went with a to get his Pitcher Tuk the artist got him All set then held up a noose paper amp sed Luk pleasent on the paper was big print Whitch sed Timmens hats going up. I bet pass Pitcher is a Peech. Thursday Green apples. Sick. Silence May indicate strength but also it May indicate ignorance. Zofi even Pride of ancestry is less Wear those about you than Pride of Frank w. An was bom in ply a Ioctl. It. December 10th, 1829, the Jim of John Amanda Henry lips. left Plymouth with his Fici when he was two years old i in to school in Ludlow. Graduated from Black River Foceny went to work in the f Mills of Ludlow in one of a i plants which he now owns i of cum the business being advanced t to a overseers position becom i org a chemist dyeing expert. File in the dyeing department he tormented a Cleanser for Wool that a widely successfully used. Luer in life he secured Basic Pat of Iii on an adding machine a i vacuum cleaner sweeper which he later disposed of. A self made Man. went to Gilsum n. H., for three years but returned to Ludlow 1893 built the Plant for treating Wool waste or shoddy which he a my managed until 1919. bought an interest in the Verd Mont Bill just below Ludlow on the Black live managed that property j for about 18 years later he a Ndrec an interest in the Ludlow in Mill which he still owns operates. The Ludlow Mill which was an fashioned Plant he equipped in fashion so that both the a old my the Verd Mont Are now Suc of Lucient properties. Frank w. Agan represented Lud m the legislature of 1904, being a Finnan of the committee on Manu _ at Tures a member of the com Juc City in tool on Temperance the Gene n Quot t committee. has taken an personal interest in All tillage activities in devoted much time Energy the local Campaign As a candidate item tenant governor. Fuwk w. Agan his poetics. Hito the present Cam a the suggestion of his fellow in Ludlow 400 of whom sized an Agan club under the which his entire Cam ing directed. Campaign re. No publicity director no Ujj a hers in any part of the state. Expenses Are being dub officers of his a the books Are open for in a any time. Begin order of dressed lumber. Or. Leclair expects to rebuild at once. In an attempt to kill a vicious dog George Clough aged 28, a Farmer residing two Miles North of East bar net on the Connecticut River fatally injured himself. Or. Clough took the dog a coach dog out of the House at 6 of clock carried a Shotgun. As he tried to turn the weapon on the an Imal the dog sprang at or. Clough a upon the Man used the weapon club striking the where i dog with the Lich arged the butt. The weapon was die a Ashot entering the Many a bowels inflicting the mortal wound. Five boys were apprehended Rufus Carter family have moved to Wheelock. Hannah Folsom died last week at the age of 88 years. The Baptist parsonage has been wired for electric lights. Or mrs. Leon Ross visited friends m Albany last week. Luna Jones of St. Johnsbury visited at s. A. Jones last week. S sister from sited him last week. Oliver Brownington Dwyer a 1 visit or. And mrs. Willie Gray of Lyn Don Ville visited at John week. Last son Ralph of at t. A. Ran operating an automobile without the owners consent. Several cars have been missed recently but have later been found outside the Village this week police rounded up five boys Between the Ages of 14 18 who admitted that they had committed the offence not realizing the seriousness of their adventure. They were All placed under the care of the state department of charities probation their names will not be made Public. They were each ordered to pay a Fine of $50 with additional costs of $10.35. One half of the Fine was suspended they were told they must earn the balance of the Money themselves. Elvira Gray Lyndonville visited Dallas last week. Several from this place attended the sunday school convention at Lam Donville last week. Miss Jennerson of Peacham a former teacher has been stopping at a. J. Griffin a the past week. Avis Phillips goes to Barton this week to look after the Independent Telephone Exchange station there. Ernest Brown of St. Johnsbury j. C. King of Barton were Here to attend the funeral of Hannah Folsom. Sutton mrs. Dacia Laclair is cursing at George carry a in Westmore. Henry Ball of Lebanon n. H., visited at William Campbells last week. Mrs. Mary Whipple of West Burke visited mrs. J. F. Mitchell mrs. Nina Eggers the past week. Seven of our Young people were baptised last sunday Are to be taken into the Church. Mrs. Allen teacher in the North school finished a very successful term of school returned to her Home in Burlington last week. Miss Clara Colum has been a very Bush Young lady the past week entertaining the Chicken pox a very painful abscess on one knee. Miss Dora sails formerly of this town a graduate of Lancaster n. High school goes this week to the Mary Fletcher Hospital for nurses training. Mrs. Abbie Switzer is visiting her daughter in Gerrish n. She intends to make her future Home in Wheelock with her sister in Law mrs. W. W. Sanborn. Milo Pierson got one hand badly mangled in a Windmill used for pumping water. Or. Dickeman was called took or. Pierson to Bright look Hospital for an operation. Sutton North Ridge r. Curtis spirit sunday with his fat Essex county judge Rumor invited that a Side judge of Essex county court had been invited by the Federal jury charged with smuggling into this country from Canada is rumoured. No arrest is reported but the Rumor of the indictment has caused a widespread sensation. It is undo a stood that customs agents from Canaan Beecher Falls defended upon the farmhouse of assistant judge a. P. Richardson near Canaan Village in March made a search. They Are said to have found 76 quarts of Canadian booze secreted there. When the customs Man was asked How the officials got a tip that booze had been smuggled across the line he replied that that was one of their secrets. Or. Richardson was not arrested nor taken before a United states commissioner at that time because it was explained it was known he would be on hand in Case he was Ever wanted. Only in cases where the officers feel that the Man will disappear is the Man taken before commissioner Clary at Newport bound Over. There has been much smuggling across the Border the past few months some of the men caught with the goods have been from new Hampshire notably from Berlin not far from the dividing line. Or. Richardson who is said to have brought in the liquor by automobile is a Well to do Farmer living on a Good farm. is married. Another Farmer living on Canaan Hill near that Village was recently taken before commissioner Clary at Newport after his place was searched. The customs men who Are said to have got their tip in this Case that liquor was to be had there from a Rumor afloat found Between 40 50 bottles of the forbidden stuff. Prohibition officers from new Hampshire were the instruments of discovery in the latter Case. b dear Jack a some delightfully thoughtful person has sent me a lot of Bow go Lovely Universal spoons a Beautiful Chest of knives Forks to match. I they came direct from the Hutchins store where i can take All i to of my Silver have it engraved. G Kitty. Main Street %1tch Foj without qom Ioa if Hunt sap to Fidia in the treatment of itch by Zama. Ringworm Tetter m other be talc Akin dial try a 7� a a to Baa at our Fred d. Pierce Barton Vermont renew your subscription promptly. Commissioners notice estate of Lorenzo grow the undersigned. Have apr been appointed by the honorable probate oort for the District of Orleans commissioners to receive examine adjust the claims demands of All persons against the estate of Lorenao grow late of brow Kington in said District deceased All claims a dbl cited in offset thereto hereby we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the House of o. W. In it cake la the Village of Orleans in said District on the nth Day of july 8rd Day of Hov. Next from 2 of clock p. My a until 4 of clock p. My a on each of said Days that six months from the 10th Day of May ,1980, is the time limited by said court is said creditors to present their claims fat so for examination allowance. Dated at Orleans. It. I this 14th Day pc a. D. Idso. O. W. Xxx a. P. G. Storl 24-28 Commissi Jans. Commissioners notice estate of Richard. Brennan the under signed having been appoints by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans commissioners to a a delve. Examine adjust the claims Aito demands of All persons against the Estaba of Richard r. Brennan late of Barton us said District deceased All claims my habited in offset thereto hereby go e that we will meet for the purpose for at the store of twombly a Colton la i Village of Orleans. In said dust diet an the 8th Day of july 4th Day of dec Taber next from 1 of clock p. A. Until 4 of clock my a on each of said Days that six Moss is from the 7th Day of june . Ts2s.�s the time limited by said court for Aab creditors to present their claims to of Tor examination allowance. Dated at Barton. Vt., this 14th Day at june a. Do a 1920. G j. Gross w. C. Twombly 24-28 West Burke mrs. Peter Abar has not been quite As Well the past week. G a. Jamieson family spent the last of the week in Hardwick. Miss Laila Roundy is Home from Springfield mass., for the summer. Catherine Abar were week end visitors in Woodsville n. Mrs. Susie Smith visited relatives in a Island Pond East Haven recent or. And mrs. R. S. Newman visited friends in Canada during the past or. And mrs. Robert Porter have been spending a few Days in Camp at Willoughby. Miss Mabel Silsby of St. Johnsbury visited her Cousin miss Myrtie Alexander recently. Or. And mrs. Albert Mears have gone to Lunenburg for the remainder of the summer. Or mrs. Dale Atwood son of St. Johnsbury spent the week end at l. G. Roundy a. Doris Howard of Piermont is the guest of her grandparents or. And mrs. D. C. Howard. Or mrs. D. C. Froward took an automobile trip to Wilder Barre Piermont last week. Miss Myrtie Gaskell who has just returned from Worcester mass., was visitor in town recently. Avery r. Father. Miss Dora sails of Lancaster is visiting at e. E. Grants. Miss Brown visited her Friend. Miss Lilia Curtis last week. School finished saturday after a very successful year taught by miss Lila m. Coe. Or. And mrs. Walter Buck two sons visited his Cousin at Newport Center sunday. About 60 attended the picnic Given by miss Lila Coe in e. E. Grants Grove saturday. Or. And mrs. Chester Ash daughter Opal visited at g. Mcfarland a sunday. Mrs. O. W. Ingalls returned from her visit to Barton Orleans Brownington thursday. Miss Evans a party of friends from Randolph visited at o. W. Ingalls several Days last week. Or. And mrs. E. R. Mcshane or. And mrs. W. Holtham Are spending a week in Boston. Wednesday the attended the Morse Richardson wedding in Lexington mass. Mrs. Angus Mclver recently received the sad news of the death of her son Ashton Lester who was accidentally killed in the West where he was working. A icbms rescued in so Sar Fred d. Pierce. Barton. Vermont of Henry w. Harrub state of Vermont a it so a of so a a a a the your. Or a a in a Puttonen is the shortest Oihi com paint slogan is est of .1 a for the the present i intend to adv fetus of their personal i the people of Vermont. Demand for the m of a slush fund a Ujj Gam nation of hired helpers said recently la ? worker solicitor or Priset to f state. I was sur some of my com ready have made such a Mthm Are clearly in Vio file Law of the Agan is conducting a above Board Cam a i his i it believe in his platform tract stores al estate of i Quot a a?. A the estate in this Keeting in the county of leaving estate a much setts. In said j probate court for est Shilsh in the Proi kidney liver bladder uric acid troubles Are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. We to Alon ii thursday to at Gold medal tend an Bastero Star mooting. Mrs. Honry Bugbee wms Roll to it. Join Bury last week by the det her Nephew Reginald Cowling. Van Clara mass., Halls. Bruce two ugh ters Marion Are visit my at mrs. Myrtie to oort i Otis a former resident of we by Rke who died at his me in held at the Home of his new Sadie Blake thursday after Baba a the worlds Standard remedy for Tebee Bia offers will often Ward off these Dii mses strengthen the body against Cira three sizes All Dragg Isas. Geu Maul of further attacks. A a to thous. Club of Ludlow d. Ball Secretary. Oriel or isl 2nd contest toe Agio we a is a instrument. Probate toy up hushing this estate of Darius Sprague Colum state or Vermont District of Orleans. Is. Probate court for the interest Eden the estate of Coburn late of crafts Bury deceased. Greeting whereas said court 1 assigned the h Day of a nay next for examining allowing the a Fogt unt of the executor estate of said deceased fora de . Lui Ciai Inabet he same ordered that event of up St Wick notice thereof be Given to All persons the Socia miss Hazel Gates interested m said estate by pulls Flag this was the a marriage of Inland of order three weeks since saw in Prev eos to West Burke to Lar key a eur a assigned in the Orleans county of a Quot tuesday afternoon at the unit or a newspaper published at remix. Barton on tue in essence of s a Sid District. A be Orleans i a in the presence of a in Aasu i Staci. R Rompon of Rol Atwo a account if you see cause to establish your right As heirs legatees lawful so a ants to residue Given under a a Jun la. 2s-2t Utheil a=s�tfr1is/l?.b of Lyn done a Lueband this 7th Day o. M. Spoon or. Beg later who the hoods milk Douay went in 1919 hoods service to banners Consumers h. P. Hood amp sons As an organization is a natural evolution of Economy efficiency for it acts As a direct Channel of distribution from producer to consumer. On one Side Are thousands of Small Lar a milk producers searching for a Market for their product. On the other Side Are millions of Consumers with an average consumption of about one third of a quart of milk per person per Day. P. Hood amp sons buy their milk direct from the producer sell it direct to the consumer Are continually striving to do this As economically As possible. No other food products or living essentials Are marketed with the South of Supply linked so closely to the consumer. Speculation in the fluid milk business is an impossibility. For delivering bottles of hoods milk to the consumer in 1919 the compensation was about 1% of sales. Some of the items of expense to be met country expenses i. Buying milk inspection of dairies a. Maintaining operating chemica.1 bacteriological laboratories. 3. Station care. Testing weighing care fully icing milk for transportation. 4. Transportation of milk from City Railroad terminals to Pasteur izing plants. 5. Furnishing containers topples. A. Washing sterilizing cans topples. 7. Keeping books fam Ishing office supplies. 8. Loss through surplus shrinkage. City expenses 1. Maintaining operating trucks wagons horses harness Etc. A. Maintaining operating Model sanitary plants. 3. Perfectly Pasteur izing the milk a for absolute safety. 4. Furnishing countless Glass jars for unit delivery. 5. Washing sterilizing jars. A. Furnishing refrigeration ice to keep the milk cold. There Are specialists in All professions business. These specialists Are consulted paid their fee because in the Light of knowledge experience they Are enabled to offer their clients a service that jul save their clients Money to an amount greater than the fee charged. With nearly three quarters of a Century of continuous service As the Backbone of experience efficiency h. P. Hood amp sons believe themselves justified in claiming to be Dairy experts specialists. We believe 19b on its sales of milk is not an excessive compensation for the service rendered to both Farmers Consumers by a. P. Hood amp sons. 7. Perfecting an organization of men women for the clerical administration of the business. 8. Keeping books fam Ishing office supplies insurance telephones the thousand one things necessary to the efficient management of a business. 9. Collecting thousands of Small Large accounts with the unavoidable loss through bad debts. Labor in City 1. Hiring training wages for an organization of foremen salesmen helpers to sell deliver to the Public a Good clean pure Safe milk the product of upwards of 3000 producers. Administrative expense i. Advertising hoods milk to the Public thereby creating Good will increasing the volume of business. Only by the volume of its business is h. P. Hood it sons Able to maintain its service. A. Officers executives salaries for services rendered. 3. The constantly Ahsing Miscellaneo a items of general business. R p. Hood amp sons Dairy experts. A maximum returns to producers Ctm Sumers through service co it Pera Tiofil

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