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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Barton, VermontC Orleans county Monitor vol. 49 no. 10 Barton Vermont wednesday March 10, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Farm Bureau . W. H. Chappell mrs. W. H. Chappell died suddenly classified advertising. Rients wiil the inserted under this la c a word for first insertion rent per word thereafter. Cash Home demonstration work being pushed in her Home Here March 3, with Neu Barton Academy judge Wright of the municipal court gave a most interesting talk on the subject of Law. He spoke of the two branches of the Law the criminal and the civil and gave definitions of different Legal expressions. He suggested that a More thorough know Monia following influenza after an illness of one week. Hattie Fiora Humphrey was born nip Knybel Insen i for it thai Twenty Jim e the storm. This part of Vermont. In fact All of new England and most of the provi nce of Quebec suffered the worst blizzard in years Friday night sat urday and sunday. Changing from rain to Snow Friday night Snow tothe depth of 18 inches and Over in Many places fell before sunday morning and in the face of a Strong North wind piled High in hard Drift sin every part of the affected territory. Mast Haven april Tiet to daughter of George w. And Hannah Barton Orleans Irasburg Lowell Newport and West Derby named by War department. A list of 92 official designations of Landing Fields in Vermont furnished by the director of air service War department has just been issued by the Aero club of Vermont together with the following extract from a letter from the director of air service Only the More thickly populated cities have been numbered thus far but should a smaller municipality de sire to establish Landing Field that hedge of the Law on the part of All i it for Sale u h. Humphrey. In 1888 she married Wesley h. Chappell of Westmore. Their Home has always been in Burke Orleans county is unfortunate in not having a Home demonstration agent. The women of some communities however realize that they can receive much Benefit from the farm Bureau and Are successfully carrying out some projects themselves with what assistance the farm Bureau is Able to secure for them through the Extension service in . J. H. Bartlett Home Demon stration Leader in Orleans reports that 241 quarts or 783 pounds of meat products have been canned by the for Sale a few tons of Loose Taw j. Ii. Bartlett Orleans Law. Until three years ago at which time they came to Barton to live. Five or. And mrs. Gorham married 50 years the informal reception Given by the ladies society of the congregational Church in Honor of or. And mrs. George h. Gorham s fiftieth wedding anniversary at the congregational Church Parlours monday afternoon and evening was a very pleasant were present a Large number of friends Here and several from out of town also Many were unable to attend on account of sickness and bad poems written for the occasion by or. And mrs. Albert Webster and by w. B. Pictor were both read Byers. Proctor. Mrs. Ii. J. Stannard Sang when you and i were Young and mrs. W. Wright Sang Silver threads among with a few Well chosen word mrs. Proctor presented or. And with a Gold piece gift fro the ladies society. They also received other sums of Money gifts children were born to them Perley c. People worm in a targe measure reduce Ethe amount of crime and illegal practices. In the death of Arland Chaffee of the freshman class the Academy suffered which will be keenly Felt by the student body and the was a Superior student and in his quiet manner had won a place for Sale one five horse Power Highway and Railroad cuts were filled trains delayed Many hours and in some instances snowed in remaining on the main lines for Days and Many Rural towns were completely isolate from saturday afternoon to Church services were held be my so. Chris Iii irasdurg.6tf of Sutton Ruth n. Griffin of Barton Ruby e., who died february 18, 1902,Reta p. And Evelyn h. At . Chappell was a Home Loving town shall be immediately furnished with an official number. The Aero club urges towns and Fop Sale pair Grey horses five in fix Vears eld weigh 2700. Adolph various women who attended the demo be envied among his associates. Cities to put these numbers on the9- 10 cause even Village and City streets an obituary notice is found am Only sire Orleans. Solid Earth. Do it this Irasburg items of this Issue a White Marker representing the offi Cial number is the Only Way to Mark a Landing Field so the Pilot can identify it from the air and the figures ought to be visible at least 3,000 feet. On stration meeting in december. Fowls pork and beef in various forms sausage and different kinds of soup stocks have been canned so also reports that 15 different Homes in this Community have use for at least three Days recently menus planned in accordance with some of the rules Given at a foods talk by miss Holden a while ago. Miss hold a n reports that some of these menus were exceptionally Good. Three women have also reported from West Glover. Several air planes have landed on the Boston & Maine Railroad can celled Many trains and there were no freights South Over the lines running out of Newport from saturday until monday while North Boun d Passen Ger trains which were not cancelled ran Many hours women received permission to ride ten Miles saturday on the Maine Central Sno plow from st. Johnsbury to Concord As All trains on f0?. Sale four lots on Glover Street. A. F. French Barton or Geo. Kin. F0f. Sale one of the Best farm in Irasburg consisting of about 75 acre with Stock and tools. F. A. Wiric a. Tel. 117-1 3, Irasburg. 10-1 1. For Sale second hand Ford 1 second Han d Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Would Exchange for cows. Charles the upper end of Brattleboro Retreat Meadow which is an excellent Landing place and is visible a Long Way on but it is private property. From friends. All enjoyed the selections played on the Victrola kindly furnished by or. consisting of Sand Wiches cake dour nuts and Coffee were served. All returned to their Homes at an Early hour after wishing or. And Many More years of Happy wedded life. Or. Proctor s poem Fol it is not improbable that delivery fifteen students have enrolled for the improvement club prize speak ing contest to be held in april. The contestants Are Given the privilege of selecting their own orations if the same meet with the approval of the faculty advisors. The selections Areto be from five to ten minutes in length of time required to give them. The first rehearsal for the Junior play a Rose o Plymouth town willbe held monday March 15th at 2 o clock at the Academy. Those trying out for the cast Are Mildred lar Abee Florence Cook Marjorie bean Leona Moulton Dorothy Emerson Harold " Carter Clifton Drew Clyde Walcott Clarence Hazen and Leroy owe. Of mail in Brattleboro by the air route will be brought about in the near fun woman a devoted Wile and Mother and will be greatly missed in her Home but we must make ourselves comforted by knowing that our Lossis her gain. She has always been ready to help others in time of need and her sudden death was a great Shock to her family and unnumbered friends. She was a member of the Baptist Church the Eastern Star chapter of West Burke and daughters of Rebeka h of Barton. No funeral services were held a prayer being offered at the Home Byre. J. J. Hutchinson of the congregational chair pm Friday March 5.there was also a prayer offered at the grave by Rev. W. A. Warner of peach a was Laid at rest in the How Lan d cemetery at Burke. The Many Beautiful Flowers showed she was loved by All who knew her husband and children she leaves to mourn her loss four Brothers and four Sisters w. Humphrey a. G. Humphrey mrs. John Telford of Island Pond mrs. R. J. Harvey feast Hardwick mrs. Dennis Rice of West Burke w. O. Humphrey an mrs. Fred Dashney of East Burke a. N. Humphrey of Pasadena cal., Ture and the people ought to be considering the question of making arrangements with the owners of the Retreat property or of providing a Belhavy Orleans. Sitf for Sale Hay and Wood. New Cedar tub. Three Holstein heifers ail freshened. Also Meadow land. Tel. 131 11. Alfred Brown Orleans. 10 of the Maine Central were cancelled. The train leaving st. Johnsbury sat urday afternoon on the st. Johnsbury Lake Champlain Railroad for Bur Lington with 18 passengers including three ladies was stalled in a Railroad Cut six Miles West of st. Johnsbury at 7 o clock saturday night. Three of the train Crew walked to their Arm pits through snowdrifts to the Home suitable Landing place joint meeting of the Aero club of Vermont with the Vermont society i s is 1 t i i 1 1 i i r i if engineers is being held m Bur into n this week. One of the and advertising our Dairy business not so Long ago a prominent registered Stock breeder said i find that there is usually a bigger Call for registered Bull calves immediately after some farm Bureau meetings have been held. I give the farm Bureau credit for a lot of the Stock i it is difficult to actually measure result sin farm Bureau work but such a statement As this leads us to believe that this organization is proving its value. And this brings us to another Point As the work of the farm by of mrs. Murphy where food was be Barton Village sleeting dresses is on aviation Landing Fields. This is a subject of intense and practical interest to the citizens for Sale three two year old heifers to freshen in Early Spring and ten yearling heifers All holsteins and Well marked. Tuberculin tested. P. D. Walker Barton. 41tf of every state which desires to play its Art in the development of aviation spend the night. The Snow plow the annual Village meeting held in that tri2d to reach the train sunday i Slayer s Hall tuesday evening was i session a Little less than one hour an morning was twice derailed but on the third trip from st. Johnsbury the i there was nothing but Calm through Trai n was reached and dug out by a Large Force after they had been stall i f w. Baldwin was re elected Mode d i Erht hours. The train returned orator Fanny t. May clerk and during the year 1920, who Cluj will be a Landing Field Barton 13 designated As Landing for Sale 50 cords about three cars dry four foot Wood at r. R. Siding 14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 per Cord f. O. B. Cars. Guy Courser West Glover. 7tf. Reau progresses and demand for Betana a nest of Irie nost she is not dead whom you so misplace no. 79. Ter Stock increases where can it be Orleans is designated As Landing to st. Johnsbury sunday afternoon. Treasurer George Jennings collect e afternoon train from Burlington a f. W. Baldwin attorney Homer lows j twas fifty years ago today that cupid s work happened in the usual Way two fond hearts beat As one. Sweet words but gems of sweeter thought will you be mine till end of time no sweeter lesson Ever taught in poet s fairest rhyme. The Lover gave the wedding ring into the Goldsmith s hand grave me said he a tender thought within this Golden band the Goldsmith grave with careful Art these words till death us then wedding Bells Tang gladly out the husband said of i together we will share the grief and happiness of i give to thee my hand and heart till death us Down life s pathway Side by Side. Through fifty changing years they shared each other s happiness they dried each others tears. Our hearts and hands Are with you both As on through life you be. Place no. 80.rushford, fire chief Frank May 1stto st. Johnsbury never went further bought registered bulls of High Quality and Good Grade cows rebound to be in demand. The Farmer who has something to sell or expects to have in the near future should be today nor do i think she can be far away but Only just beyond your longing sight in a fair wonder land of Joy and Light. Assistant R. Cook 2d . W. Cutting was elected trustee in place of W. Barron whose term than Greensboro. Fifteen passengers stayed All sat urday night in a Montpelier & Wel Skiver Railroad train near Groton. Expired and who did not seek re elect a. F. Batchelder was re elect for Sale a Village. Home. A Fine Home for someone in Evansville. House Aid barn in Good condition also a Henhouse 17 acres of land with some $700 Worth of lumber and Wood. It will easily carry three cows and horse. Ii. J. Trescott Orleans r. D. 10-1 2p traffic on the Central Vermont was practically stalled. De a member of the Board of water Irasburg is designated As Landing place no. 28.lowell is designated As Landing place no. 78. Newport is designated As Landing place no. 91.West Derby is designated As Landing place no. 92. Nearby towns outside of Orleans county Are As follows 73, West Burke 64, Danville 71, Hardwick 81, Island Pond 72, Lyndonville 68, Morris Ville 89, Richford 65, st. Johns Bury. Commissioners and c. S. Webster W. Barron and f. A. Hunt were elected auditors. C. S. Webster acted As clerk for the local notes. Buswell is quite ill at his considering How Best to advertise his Stock. One thing that will Call Atten Tion to his farm is the use of a registered Bull sign tacked in some conspicuous place on his of the cattle clubs holsteins Guernsey and jerseys furnish these signs free of charge to owners of registered bulls. They Are attractively printed on tin. A Supply of Jersey and Guernsey Bull signs Are on hand at the farm Bureau office and a sup ply of Holstein signs is expected soon. Anyone May secure one by the sum of $350 was voted maintenance of the band and $200 nor would she have you Grieve in comforted. But think so happily of her instead. Waiting the opening of an unseen door when you will clasp each other s hand once card we wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to All who showed their sympathy and kindness during the illness and death of our dear wife and Mother and for the Many Beautiful Flowers. W. H. Chappell or. And mrs. Perley c. Chappell mrs. Ruth n. Griffin Reta p Chapell Evelyn h. Chappell. ,. 1 1 1. With Avoina Neil m Ine support of Menelson is. B. Family Are sick a Iii Rary. R firemen were Oieu of our in attendance at monthly Roll Calls 50c a. F. French is at cottage Hospital per hour for practice and ?1 per for Sale it is settled that Wesse a Nickel & Gross manufacturers of piano actions Fairbanks and red Field manufacturers of woolens the Donald Matt factoring co., manufacturer s of nine pins Are a sure thing i Barton. Real estate is sure to Advance i offer for Sale two Story House two tenements and barn High Street. Two tenement House with barn on Glover Street. Three tenement House and an in Lakeview Avenue. F. W. Bald win Barton. 7-1 0. County Road Bleu meet april 15th. The annual meeting of the Road hour while i Ahting fire recuperating the Village by Laws were change to prohibit bicycles motorcycles and brother sister Friend and neighbor May you no sorrow know. Tis love Goodwill and Friendship we bring to you this Day and May god s richest Blessin be with you All the Way. Automobiles from traversing the sidewalks these vehicles not being in common use when the by Laws were making application to the Dairy committeeman in their Community or writing the farm Bureau Bull is a very important part of the Dairy and it is just As important for a Farmer to advertise the fact that he owns a registered Bull of such a Breed As it is for the merchant miss Harriet Austin has returned from Brownington. Mrs. E. E. Flanders has been ill with tonsillitis for several Days. Miss Annie Cote of Newport is the new nurse at cottage Hospital. Commissioners and selectmen for or leans county will be held in Newport thursday april 15, in. School Hall at10.30 a. M., and 1.30 p. The statutes require the attendance and provide for the per diem and expense charges of the Road commissioners and selectmen. Full and careful consideration will be Given to the question of the main drawn. The article to see if the vot congregational Church . J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday March 15. Ers would ratify the action of the trustees in making special electric wanted Power and water rates to specie amiss Julia King is at u. V. M., the guest of her sit or and other friends. I manufacturing concerns was live Barton. 10.30," morning service. Subject of Sermon will be an uncommon Elrick 18tf to let it be known that he Sells cer Tain kinds of groceries. If we Are to Supply the demand for Good Breeding Stock we must know where it is and the Dairyman that makes a practice of advertising in various ways is the Man that will profit from his demand. Wanted Good tenement for was on the sick list the first of the so Ftp family. Inquire at this Othee. Week.9tf All seats free. 11.45, sunday school 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service 7 o clock. Peter Cota has been Cruite ill with tenancy of our roads and Aiso to the rules and regulations governing the expenditure of Road funds subject to the supervision of this department. Town officials who have charge of the expenditure and accounting of Road funds should attend these meet accordance with the custom of the Newport chamber of Commerce a i i a no firm can sell its goods to advantage without advertising the same the Grippe for several Days but is improving. The annual meeting of the ladies society will be held at the Church Parlours wednesday March 17th. Al ladies of the Church Are invited. Please furnish for the supper with out being solicited. A Good attend Ance is desired. Mrs. Hannah a. Clark who has is True of the Dairyman who raises High Grad e Stock. Mrs. L. A. Smith has returned from her visit at North Woodstock. George Corrow or. Of Groveton mass., is visiting relatives in town. Luke Eaton of Lebanon n. A was in town last week on business. C. O. Litchfield is again Able to be out and mrs. Litchfield is muh better miss Myra Douglass of Orleans Hospital was a recent visitor at Jame Labelle s. Or. And mrs. Bemis of Barre have been spending a few Days at e glad Den s and Lewis Kahlstrom s. Or. And mrs. Bert War visited at Arthur True s in Newport Fri Day. Bert thought the travelling was Fine. No services were held sunday on account of the roads they being impassable in All directions. Certainly mrs. Lueretia Alexander and Daugh Ter Hazel have been ill with the grip the men present win de served athe past week. Wanted three girls for fact Ory work. U. S. Bobbin & shuttle co., to Willoughby it. 6tf girl for general housework. Small family. Mrs. A. R. Robinson bar -6tf wanted hard and softwood is at the Lawrence Mill at . Hanson Barton. 3tf w. R. Pawnee was Home from his work in Perry for a few Days the first of the week. Brownington Merle Marsh one of the Nineteen months old twins of or. And Marsh passed away at the Marsh Home saturday March 6th. The children at g. E. Newton s made her Home with her daughter mrs. C. E. Hamblet for some time died totes Day after several weeks sickness. Mrs. Clark was nearly 88 years of age. There was a prayer at the House wednesday afternoon at miss Grace Mcdonald who left Barton for her Home in Barre Saturn a. And mrs. C. Mcfarlane Are both quite ill and miss Annie Wright is Day did not get Home until monday governor listens to women s Appeal a Little group of Burlington women assembled hastily monday morning in the lobby of hotel Vermont where the National women s party has opened Headquarters in order to seize the Opportunity to interview w. Clement with regard to the calling of a special session of the Vermont legislature to ratify the fed eral suffrage amendment. The governor listened very to the Case As presented by the suffragists and declared in reply that he was not As frequently reported personally opposed to woman suffrage. He re cognized he said the great advances caring for them. I a it Vlodek by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson and having spent Oai Urray night m retrain near Groton. Speaking of the a vent. The Barre times says there. A. 1 it 4. J. F. Batchelder was ill with a very j the remains win of Wees Dut is. Iii Saire ice Oak severe cold part of last wanted Calfskin and All kinds Trak. E. Sockol Barton. Tel tt11 42tf wanted girl or woman for gen eral work in restaurant. No . Have been sick with hard colds the past week. Leslie Dutton and Charles Gallup went to Craftsbury recently with wheat and were detained until Mon Day on account of the storm. Harold Hause has been having Grippe the past week. Much improved. To j. Hunting Ron is repairing the Weij 1 Perfec Clio in the Tram of whom 14 were men the Only woman being a miss Mcdonald who was other Way from Barton to Barre. They obtained what they wanted to eat on an interesting meeting of the w. C. T. U. In memory of Frances Wil lard was held at the Home of mrs. A p. Underwood on tuesday after saturday night from lickers store hut sunday morning they were break Legal and political make in the Posi this Snow storm was a record breaker. A daughter Ruth Elsie came March 4th to Gladden the Home of or. And mrs. C. E. Southard. Nurse Vercoe of Barton is caring for Mother and daughter who Are do5lg Well doings around the county from the last Issue of the farm Bureau news. Smith House he recently bought pre Paratory to moving. Miss Marjorie Fisk has been spend ing several Days at the Home of her aunt mrs. Delia Willson. T. W. Redington s Little son is very ill or. Farmer of st. noon with six members and two visitors present. After scripture read ing and prayer by mrs. Barron inter Esting sketches of the life and work a Willard were read from fasted by the Railroad company at the Tion of women but that he Init Tea the Constitution should not be changed except by a referendum to the voters. Tood pay to right party. Normandy be Barton. 8tf labourers wanted in the mar0 Mills and quarries by Vermont garble company Proctor Vermont Ady work Good wages. 5- 17 wanted Calfskin carcass and horse hides also All kinds of a. I Solomon water st., bar h. H. Day was in Newport tuesday attending the listers meeting. Mrs. Leslie Dutton visited at A. Gallup s at Brownington Center recently. Mrs. James Mason is in new Hamp hotel in Throton excepting miss acc Donald whose meal was brought to her from the hotel because there was too much Snow to ask her to walk to the hotel was called in . Marion Nelson arrived tues to Iier it from Springfield mass., miss Ocasie Mil one of those in charge of the Vermont Headquarters of the woman s party declared it was obviously unfair for men who made the Constitution and have lived under it until now without such referendum machinery to ask american women East Albany. Glimpses of fifty years and fam Ous among some of. Our people who have been sick or Are sick now most of the patients being ill from More or less severe cases of Grippe Are past masters night of Orleans another live Community has line Shire with her daughter s family who Here no. 55. F. And a. Friday Are having she has spent the Winter. T or i mrs. W. A. Warner have evening was one of the most pleasant up a program. In Nizic Nain to the meeting held feb. 13 was no events held by the Lodge in Many been in town for several Days. Or. Months. Nearly 7o were present Des Pite the weather the work was spleen Large so those in attendance lined up a few projects for the Community and these will be presented at a gen eral meeting to be held some time to wait for their political Freedom until Congress initiates and the Legislatures of 36 states ratify an Amend ment to article 5, which prescribes the method of amending the Federal Constitution. The Soffra exists urfred the governor w. W. Reirden Bliss Ranny Ivray mrs. E. R. Cook mrs. F. W. Corn Stock mrs. C. A. Barrows. Parker Barrows mrs. E. J. White mrs. Stan Ley Archibald Rewellyn Ray or. An mrs. C. E. Hamblet mrs. Fred Grondi a Moses Burbank miss Arline Arnii Mia tin tip Potter the fam dimly done Ana the a Maquei jul Tiutke a pie and other Good things after late the program is As Loi Iowa wanted at once lady Type setter to help set ads and assist with a p. Do distribution and Correct Uno Type matter and be generally use a composing room of country printing three weekly papers kor ang Joh work Sod pay 50 week saturday afternoons tale around Opportunity to right Lupin. Hunt & co., inc., bar it. If. Evansville mrs. D. A. Gallup was in Barto last week to attend the funeral of her Cousin mrs. Chappell. Esther Kittle Doris Porter and Raymond Foster have returned to school in Orleans. A. H. Miles visited relatives inst. Johnsbury last week. Warwick Hunt was ill with Grippe last week. The work Wim Poai. Pat Tuiai cases was much enjoyed by All. The 1. Corn variety project in charge of George Fulton. Principal offices Tasen by past maa Warner was Sno Douna Over cd Usaj. Mrs f. D. Pierce goes soon to bos ton to meet her husband upon his re turn from a six weeks Western trip. Miss Reta Chappell returned tues Day to her work in Newport after spending two weeks at her Home Here. C. C. Hamblet arrived in town this morning called Here by the death of his grandmother mrs. Hannah Clark. Ily of Ellis Prescott Marion Redfield. Arrangements were made hatters As Konowa. Vow night Lor a variety Tesi w be Jiuu us not to commit himself in any reply to them at this time but to take the matter under serious consideration. Members of the delegation agreed that the governor was attentive and responsive to their Appeal. C. A. Barrows. W. R. U. Inome son j. W. H. T. Seaver s. D. A. P bean treas. J. A. Pearson Sec. Sunday afternoon february 20th, a. Drown of Lyndon and Mary Vio Iran Kim of Barton were United in the farm of O. Wells. As maybe secured Tomen As possible will marriage by Rev. W. J. Mcfarlane to rent there were no services at the Church i i. To tips society wish to thank pastor of the Vietn Waist . This was a quiet House r. P. Webster Mars Nan w. R. Oar rows asst. Marshall m. W. Johnson s. S. W. W. Reirden j. S. Rev. W. A. Warner Chap. Those called upon for Post prandial talks were j. A. Oun aay on account of the severe Vermont notes a. W. Foote tuesday issued a state ment announcing his candidacy for Panr with a few relatives and to rent House and barn in Crown Singon Village on reasonable Viire of j. H. Bartlett or try out the better varieties of com recommended by the farm Bureau. 2. Dairy improvement project in charge of p. Ii. Philbrook. It is planned to secure at least ten men to keep individual milk records in their Dairy and ten men to Purchase better bulls during the coming year. 3. Lime and Clover project in intimate neighbors present. Loser of hmm not of town were jeans it. Phone 78-2 1 7 of Pearson 1. X. Sseaver a vets. A truer Warner and Hutchinson and w. o Fyrn Niles of Newport Center the gentlemen for the efficient Man Ner in which the Oyster supper was served. The afternoon study club will meet with mrs. Edith Carter tomorrow thursday March 11. Subject Charles Dickens. t Tori in Dav for a two Belknap of Bellows t alls who Wastl a mrs. Dav of Wheelock an miscellaneous present As a guest. Storm. S. J. Kittle visited Bis family Here one Day recently. The open meeting of the Woodman held at their Hail thursday even ing was a very enjoyable who missed it missed a Delici Ous sapper and a Good time. Mrs. Elmer Leonard has gone to Barton to care for her grandson Ralph Leonard. Tha woman s literary club held its miss Niles and master Franklin san born of Newport Center. Refresh ments of cake and Coffee and a Good charge of Wallace Kennison. A the Republican nomination Lor lieutenant governor. Abram w. Foote was born in Cornwall october 24, 1862. He always lived there and occupies the farm located by his ances tors when the town was settled. He has represent Ted Cornwall in the legislature twice and served As senator from Addison county. Warmers notice if you More Money for carcasses than Row in with mrs. Ruth Webster wednesday night March 3. Sixteen members and four visitors were pret you Cal skins sell to i. Solomon Ater st. Visit was enjoyed by an present. General Stephen p. Joe weeks vacation and teachers and pupils from out of town Are spending the Holiday at their Homes. Elyn of Burlington but Well known Here where two Sisters lived for years sent. The following program was in the hand3 of mrs. Batchelder and mrs. Ruth Webster and was carried. Hutchins returned a twin Boston served with m Thomas Smith went to Newport Klir Man. Mrs. Ruth Webster and i?c4s paid for furs hides and fir the phone 58-1 1. Daniel a bask a Barton. 9tf notice tel a attn a to of i lapps t out very Success buy chorus 3iyfivil and Indian wars monday mrs. Mabelle write rat ladies Trio tuesday to attend the listers meet old Kentucky Home Foster piano to Iii c hemp in that City. General Joc where she attended the fashion show and the new England school of Art. By Raff mrs. Morning by Hawley mrs. Hutch j sinner Range ments were macs for a Lime demonstration on or. Kennison s farm. As Many men As possible will be interested in using Lime this year George Fulton was elected county chairman. Hardwick Sam Daniels manufacturing com Pany inc., of Hardwick has filed articles of association in the office of Secretary of state for the purpose of conducting a plumbing and other bus iness in Hardwick with a capital Stock of $50,000. The papers Are signed by Sam Daniels w. A. Dut ton S. Smith l. B. Tims b. E. Wilson and Crane. Elyn was born in 1843 in Browning to n and enlisted in the 6th Vermont Pillsbury song my heart goes out i " to t. I r. J. A eaves is very 111 with meter Reading of poems. W f Grippe. Mrs. Seavey is at Bartok regiment in 1863, being commissioned by James my also sick with the by bumsted mrs. Baldwin. Piano duet Cradle song by Bohm Coventry the b. A. Boys went to Orleans tuesday night and took the second from the Orleans team the Core being 17 to 12 in favor of the Barton five. R Trio a War Neonile say they in 1864. In of ent Cieu ular army As a lieutenant and served Tho Indian wars during which he miss Willson Ana miss cow chorus org Horace Wilder is on the sick to you by Grant mrs. Hutchin son Reading of poems our biggest fish by Eugene Field what might have Beert miss by Argesa ladies Quartetti. Isle of Golden dreams by Blaufuss miss Grace Mcdonald miss Scott. Miss Eva Mcdonald miss Willson vocal duet Sweet hawaiian Moonlight by i a tuition to buy your sugar pm syrup or packages. Barrelsi3hed if desired. Prices Guaran to j f Batchelder. Barton. 8tt Turance and real est test Stock and Mutual com uses surety Bonds All kinds of Vil re a state. Any one having Vil-z5 Al estate they wish to sell Callow. Baldwin Barton. 39tf was cited for bravery and made Brevet we wife two daughters and America olm. Feusier Sci Home made Candy and salted i do not remember a sunday when there a in who was lieutenant colonel of nuts and a pleasant social hour was Harvey Drake has been on the sick Ftp no services in me aviation in the great War survive of list the past in Barton on account weather before last sunday. Him

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