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Barton Orleans County Monitor Newspaper Archives Mar 3 1920, Page 5

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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor March 3, Imo Page three pages Lio ii mfr fertilizer ithe Horre mix a i Rand for m High Grade a Micals with Bone base. I i fertilizer. Of lock or Driller. G a ran teed guaranteed Deli be a ave the goods. L.2 per cent ammonia 10 Ceni phosphoric acid. I splendid general purpose mixture. A Only $55.00 per ton a do you want chemicals for be mixing we have la ride nitrate of soda d phosphate Bone tank and Potash As Well As Klizing Salt. Write for Yrnes before lasing elsewhere. Carroll s. Page Park Vermont Friday i am abrade my Home is going to be Kinda unhappy Frum now on in the future As the or. Advised a 2 take More exercise. A nother Man Dide Frum pro Bishun today he ought up a lot of them maters amp drunk them which had Alka hol in. The Alka hol was named after one of Are big generals which some people says is a going 2 run for pres. Saturday Jane ast me How did it feel for a truant officer to Lay his hand on my shoulder. I sed 2 her i did Dent know he All ways grabs by the Belt. I played hookey f eloping print my and enlarging r amateurs Oto Craft shop 37 main Street it Vermont Loz i the new canned heat lodore no liquid bums Enty up costs no More than the Mon just the thing for curl i tongs chafing dish heating 11 and let us show you slams fixary i yesterday by Frum its Why she ast me. Sunday Washington a birthday amp no Stool to miss even had 2 go 2 Church besides. The preacher cum to a Are House this afternoon amp i was reeding the testament. He sed he was glad 2 Ketch me reeding such books. He did Dent Ketch me Tho i seen him comeing. Monday a had a Acks ident today a Pritty bad 1. He set on a piece of broke Glass amp Cut himself. It was a bottle which he had in his hip pocket amp he will not disclose what was in the condense Exeen that it was very valuable. A seems angry about it. Tuesday the Teecher ast blisters what animal was mans Best Frend blisters replied an answer amp sed the dog. Then she ast Jane what 1 was the next Best Frend of Man she sed woman. I Call that very egotist Ickle. Wednesday had a Little to rubble with the Teecher in Stool today. I was unbuttoning sum peanuts in Stool amp she sup prize me amp requested me to Remane after the rest of the kids had gone Home. Which i did. They was sum work at Home i should of done but i got Home 2 late. A ast me 2 let her see the Marks i got in Stool today but i politely declined showing them. Thursday Macemcy is Dost with her Money with a amp me. A is not a rocking now amp he needs the Money. I ast him what makes a so comical Here of lately. He sed she is saving up for a Raney Day. 1 think she must expect a Reglar flood. A sed the is called the All Mitey $ on acct. It is so All Mitey hard 2 get amp keep. Look Forward the Days Are growing longer the Suzi is getting warmer. There s More of cold behind than there is just before the Snow will soon be melting the Robins will be coming. And Spring will smile upon us when april slides the door to fled and shadows where soft or a grass is springing Quot Grant bits of Woodland where violets Are bom and we shall hear the bluebirds. And see them at their building. And Wake to find new beauties each fresh and glowing mom. A tis thus with much of living. The working and the waiting Hope beckons us to follow toward something better on so let us lift our burdens. And try to Bear them bravely. And laugh a bit and sing a bit while marching toward the Dawn. A Myrtle Aldrich. Fetch out for chlo records a Bert Williams Henry James Fred Hughes Quot Quot pc. Ted Lewis jazz band jazz orchestra Paul no new. I Sobia records Are a cords tint a Dong and hear them any time Home a lot and try on your machine. We out records on approval. A Root amp son Newport. It. Wrigley Caledonia county one to it is in Martin s. Vilas of Burlington is to deliver the memorial Day address in Hardwick. At a special meeting St. Johnsbury Lipton amp co., shirt manufacturers to be located in that place for a term of voted to exempt a Plant of the Tauber 10 years. The company expect to employ about 100 hands. Influenza and pneumonia took two St. Johnsbury business men recently they being Charles e. Locke 66, head of the Charles e. Locke co., and Noel Blanchette 42, proprietor of the Blanchette tailor shop. Passumpsic Lodge. Free and accepted masons of St. Johnsbury held a past masters service night at the Temple on the evening of february 26th in Honor of the 43 May a is who served in the world War. Veterans of the last three wars appeared in uniform and two candidates were made master masons. Church census shows increase meeting of the 11 americans churches have gained inches of the new England Midk a a a Ray 3.000,000 mass., offered to sell to the framers All his interests in the Plymouth Creamery and the members of the organization received the proposition favourably and appointed a co Intro to see if the project could be financed. Or. Davis is practically the sole of not of a Chain of ten creameries end ing from Boston through new Hampshire to four Canadian towns with a distributing Center in Boston. His corporation did a business last year of $1,250.000, receiving i a Eream from 1000 Farmers. Ric re Pattee of Boston Nina ger of then mrs. Louise Silsby has t Newark to visit her sister we very poor health. Mrs. Adna Abar and Maurice Gas Kell have been entertaining the pimps the past week. Or. And mrs. P. T. Porter returned Friday from a months visit to Washington d. C. And other Points. Mrs. L. G. Roundy and daughter Laila spent a part of last week at or. Atwoods in St. Johnsbury. The woman a club enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon at the Home of mrs. E. W. Smith on thursday of last week. O. L. Leonard has been ving a bad attack of neuritis and has been confined to the House for the past two weeks Charles Pierce and family have been i site ill during the past week and mrs. Worthen has been bring last Church census was taken in 1916, but there has been a marked decrease in the number of sunday schools and sunday school pupils a cording to a the year Book of the churches a which was issued last we by the Federal Council of the churches of Christ in America. ,.the total Church membership has increased 2,779,667, the announcement says despite the disturbed social conditions due to reconstruction. There has also been an in of 3,159 ministers and 5,350 Church organizations. The total of churches now stands at 233, and there Are now 195,513 a Mitera priests and rabbis with 441,709,521 members of their various Organ tons. The dec Mae in sunday school membership is estimated at More than 3,500,000. The total protestant Chi mra be ship is Given at 26,980,466 and the roman Catholic Fig a 17,324. It is explained that the protestant figures include Only adult cd Rai Ltd it members of a family while the a a statistic How such out in Turner Man Catholic tics reprint the entire family estimating four persons to a family the protestant const Toen tis b. Mow ton 50.000.000. The. Book arts. Wow is the time to have your harnesses Rcpt red and med have harnesses blankets Robes whips haters and a kinds of strap work team Bells. Or. Lase s Veter imry by Elfar Sale by land milk producers association the meeting and explained just proposition had worked Center Maine where Maine i Plant was purchased by the Farmers for $800,000. Or. Davis has just com in St. Johnsbury one of the creameries in new England. Has made this offer to the Farmers it their Phi Sical valuation Tot May devote his a Teresta. I attention to other in wb9t Bubke Laman godding visited in Ellington the latter part of last week. Mrs. Aldrich who he been ill with a had cold and cough is improve my. Mrs. Ida Chabot who had an operation recently is said to to improving. Mrs. Nettie Mccoy was at Home from Woodsville n. Over last sunday. Mrs. Bertha Way end in. Etoel Brigham were in St. Johnsbury last mrs b. A. Hawley visited relatives in Misanin n. A. The latter part of last week. Mrs. Mary Packer Faaa been spend Ingutti Pirt two weeks with mrs. Sarah Brockway. In. Bet Ella Ami wed in a few Days with her death Ter in mrs. Ball widow of the late Silas Ball died february 27, the funeral was held sunday the 29th at the Home of his daughter mrs. Bert son. The bodies of two Young daughters of we. Watkins of Cornwall were brought to Lyndon Center and placed in the Tomb beside their Mother Blanche Gilman Watkins whose death was mentioned last week All victims of the influenza. Frank Whipple a life Long resident of town and successful lumber dealer and Farmer died february 28 after an illness of Only two or three Days. Heart failure from the effects of Grippe was the immediate cause of death though or. Whipple a health had been poor for several years. Sutton North Ridge Ellsworth Heath remains about the same. Avery r. Curtis spent the week end very at hoi me. Harold Blake began work for e. R. Mcshane last week. John Noyes returned to his work in Bellows Falls monday. Mrs. Walter Buck and sons Ernest and Raymond have been very ill with Grippe. The seven children of or. And mrs. Mclver have been ill but Are better at present writing. Fred w. Mcfarland attended the 23rd annual a Kake walk a at Burlington february 27th. O. E. Mcfarland remains quite ill with Grippe the other members of the family Are better. John Noyes and miss Dorothy Chase were married february 19th at the Home of the brides parents. Cards have been received announcing the arrival of a son Wesley Mal com at the Home of or. And mrs. W. C. Curtis. F Spring cleaning you la want that watch in Good order for the Eugar season and we Are on the Job. Bring them in 1 main Street estate of Aaron drown state of Vermont persons interested in the estate of Aaron drown late of Barton in said Dis at a probate oort. Bolden at Barton within and for said District on the Isth Dar of february. 1090. An instrument Par Portna to a the last will and testament of Aaron drown Date of Barton in said Dos Fruct. Deceased was presented to the court aforesaid for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the nth Day of March. Otto. At f. W. Baldwins office in said Barton at 8 o clock p. A. Be concerned by to weeks Success Italy in i before. You Are 1 of amp acc Jim a a it the perfection of Genco Light makes it possible for every Rural Dweller to enjoy All the conveniences of electricity. Genco Light is Large enough and powerful enough so that All the tasks a Uch As running the sewing machine turning the Cream separator operating the vacuum cleaner running the washing machine and like jobs can be done by electricity. Genco Light is reasonable in Price easy to install and a child can operate it. Time payments easily arranged. Catalon on request. A. E. Counsell amp son St. Johnsbury Vermont Chandler six famous for its marvelous motor for them. Ray Gray of Newark he bought the garage at the South end of Mam Street formerly owned by Fred Delorme of Springfield mass. Sub Ffield Orpha Willard is not As we. Bessie Randall is Home from her school. Samuel a amp us has gone to Groveton n. H., to work. Glen Pearl is Home from Lyndon after being sick. A Eter Simpson visit it Ter at Derby last week. Velma Jones was Home Over sunday from her work in St. Johnsbury. Ada Sheldon was out sunday after being confined to the House several weeks by sickness. Beulah Roberts Recei word of the death of her brother homers wife in Boston last week. Mrs. Hudson was called to St. Johnsbury last week to care for her sister who was very sick. Witt my Dwyer has returned Lawrence. Mass. Having been a re to attend the funeral of her father. Mrs. S. A. Jones was Callif to Johnsbury last week to attend the funeral of her Sisters husband. Chas. Locke. Beulah Roberts and Flora a will entertain the Ladin at the Church vestry Friday March 12, for a dinner and social. Eivie Gray came ova Friday and the electric Light men Home so they could attend the a Ven by the old and Young folks at Glover. The ladies Are planning to repeat a the Kitchen orchestra a any evening March 12 at the town Hall everybody come and have a Good laugh. Sutton f. B. Norris is confined to the House with Tho Grippe. Henrietta Easterbrooks to sick at Sadie Blakes where she has been staying this Winter. Chesley to very us at his daughter mrs. Bert it will be a aka idler six if you ask Chandler owners if by Chance you Arentt convinced that the Chandler is the greatest of Sixes compare them All. Check the Chandler against other cars of similar size and Type that list at prices ranging hundreds of dollars higher. See for yourself How much More the Chandler offers you in real motor car value in excellence of mechanical design and construction in actual performance in extraordinary Economy of maintenance and in the Beauty and Comfort of its bodies. Or ask Chandler owners who have owned oth cars. They will Tell you Why they like the Chandler better. They will Teu you How it serves them so Well Sittou dough weak to Woit tote . Of wow mow six handsome body types r touring car $1999 your passenger roadster. $199$ Paur passenger dispatch car 9197$ ,$2995 four Pas Sangar Coupe $z79$ Limousin Uma Barton Auto Exchange Chandler my

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