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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49�?no. 11barton, Vermont wednesday March 17, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Classified advertising. 1 Rte lenient a will be inserted Ander thl Quot its per word for first insert log no rent per word thereafter. Cash a no the order. No and Ceria i it of a her id for less than Tyrenty riot for Sale for Sale my House on school Street. Mrs. Bertha Ball. Twp Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday March 22nd. For Sale one five horse Power motor cheap. Chris Bell Irasburg. Bit for sale�?300 cords of Wood a \ of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Karry Merrill Orleans. Lotf for lots on Glover s eci. A. F. French Barton or Geo. Tkv _ 8tf foe Sale fresh ground meat a Quot a bore for poultry. $2.50 per hurried. Cash with order. J. W. Pov a -. Newport it. 11-1� for Sale one pair horses Weie Hini 2900 lbs., one pair weighing 31c�o lbs. Fred Ingalls Barton. 11�?13p for Sale fresh ground meat and Bone for poultry. $2.50 per Hundred. Cash with order. J. W. Powers Newport it. 42-45 for Sale fresh ground meat and Bone for poultry. $2,50 per Hundred. Cash with order. J. W. Powers Newport it. 31-34 for Sale one of the Best farms in Irasburg consisting of about 75 acres with Stock and tools. F. A. Wiley Tel. 117-13, Irasburg. 10-11. For Sale second hand Ford 1 second hand Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Would Exchange for cows. Charles Bellway Orleans. 38tf for Sale Hay and Wood. New Cedar tub. Three Holstein heifers All freshened. Also Meadow land. Tel. 151�?11. Alfred Brown Orleans. 10 of 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 masonic notes. There will be a regular meeting of Orleans Lodge A. M., on Friday evening. At a special meeting of Keystone chapter no. 16, r. A. M., held at masonic Hall on monday evening the m. E. Degree was exemplified to eight candidates. C. L. Erwin was in charge of the ceremonies and was assisted by h. T. Seaver W. Cutting r. P. Webster c. A. Barrows and c. Blood. The paraphernalia and electrical effects used in exem if Ying this degree added greatly to a be impressiveness of the ceremonies. Only a Small number of the members were present. On monday evening the 22d, plans Are being made for a special meeting of Keystone chapter and the r. A. Degree will be conferred. A banquet will be served at masonic Hall about 6 of clock followed by the work. All Royal Arch masons should be present. The r. Conferred a March 29th. A. Degree will again a special meeting be for sale�?50 cords about three cars dry four foot Wood at r. R. Siding 14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 per Cord 0. B. Cars. Guy Courser West Glover. 7tf 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon will be a who Are christians a All seats free. 11.45, sunday school 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. _ evening service 7 of clock. Subject the choir is rehearsing for an easter cantata. Barton local notes m. H Brunning is on the sick list. E. N. Hibbard of Springfield mass., Henry Labbe of Newport is working for a. R. Robinson. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson was in Beebe p. Q., the first of the week. Mrs. A. W. Morrill strike n. Is in town for several Savier and Ruth Chesley who have been ill with Grippe Are better. Miss Vera Webster of Lebanon n. Visited her Mother Over the weekend. Mrs. Win. Hawkins is starring at the Home of mrs. Bert Wing for week. Mrs. A. W. Morrill of Pike n. H., is spending the week with relatives Here. A daughter was bom to or. And mrs. W. Patterson of Hornell n. Y., feb. 28. R. P. Webster of the Barton Auto Exchange is in Boston to attend the automobile show. Or. And mrs. R. Barron who have been ill for several Days Are somewhat improved. Or. And mrs. Elmer Smith of West Burke Are stopping with their brother O. Ingalls. Or. And mrs. Bean of Milton p. A. Were week end guests of their daughter mrs. A. A. Larabee. A. F. French who has been ill with i la ,. A _ the Grippe is now very comfortable a. Hunt and other relatives at the cottage Hospital. Henry Labbe of Newport is the mrs. Grace Clark of Sutton was clerk in the a r. Robinsn store Here recently to help eare Lor her co Meit with Mac Quot Etota tool Thirma Ich a a it ass Ltee where Ai 1�7 a a Thiafi Nio a it a freight wreck at Centerdale where an engine and three cars went into the Hospital is spending a few Days at her Home in Newport because of a sprained wrist. Fred Jarvis and Fred Frechette arrived Home from Boston tuesday night where they had been to attend the automobile show. Olin Webster of Richford and brother a. A. Webster of West Glover spent several Days with their father Charles Webster recently. There will be a dance saturday night at Odd Fellows Hall Given by the new Novelty orchestra. Admission 76 cents per couple. Mrs. G. R. Sheehan and daughter. Rae of Newport Are visiting her Mother mrs. May Rollins and sister mrs. Armour Urie for time. Charles Webster of Park Avenue is at cottage Hospital for treatment spent part of last week with his parents or. And mrs. C. E. Hibbard. Mrs. Harry Humphrey of Springfield mass., is in town this week visiting her parents or. And mrs. S. For Sale Smau Village farm acres. Good buildings electric hts Volage water. Will sell cows. Horses tools. Located in Irasburg ullage. Joseph Gero Irasburg vt., Box 119. Ll_14p 17. Subject a Irish night mrs. W. B. Proctor and children. Grace and Fletcher Are visiting relatives in Springfield mass. There will be a special meeting of Crescent Lodge no. 41 i. O. O. F. On monday evening. Work. Mrs. John Millar who has been confined to the House for a number of weeks is Able to be out again. Melvin s. Goad has Given up his farm for Sale one of the most farms in this Section known As Dennison farm one and one half Miles i. From Orleans 30 head of cattle All position in the machine Shon Here and Lar mfr tools. Would consider Trade gone to Springfield to work. For smaller place non leans. E. O. Wells or j g Webster has been in new 11�?16p Piam Shire and Massachusetts Points for Sale one three tenement on business for several Days 1 la use on main Street 1 three Tene a mrs. A. J. Twombly who has in it House on Sheffield Street s. T. Ill for several Day is improving. Miss l. Bits one Organ one talking a Harriet Austin is caring for her. Organ one talking May me 1 Cook stove 1 baby a crib 1 machine 1 Broad axe 1 adz. Brooks Barton. 11-12 for Sale a Village Home. A be Home for someone in Evansville. House and Bam in Good condition also a Henhouse 17 acres of land with Sony $<00 Worth of lumber and Wood. Carry three cows and a a it use. J. Trescott Orleans r. D. 10-12p Harriet mrs. Bert Freegard of Orlean visited her parents or. And Are. C. J. Clogston the first of the week. Mrs e. E. Flanders is sick with Quincy sores following tonsillitis and or. Flanders is Home caring for Here mrs. Isabelle Wilkie and son Louis Taplin Heads county drive. The office of the congregational world movement has announced county chairmen for the april 25 to May 2 drive in Vermont for the congregational share in the inter Church financial canvass. Taplin of Orleans is chairman in Orleans county and is appointing this Community leaders who Are asked to meet in Newport tuesday afternoon next at 2 of clock probably at the Goodrich Libra. The amount which the congregational churches of the state will be asked to contribute for the 12 months period beginning May 1, is $130,000, of which $20,000 will be spent in supporting and extending Community work among the 100 communities in this state which Are practically wholly dependent upon the congregational denomination for protestant religious services. The total amount includes the regular apportionment and is More than three times the present contribution for missionary Ork. County directors of the entire state Are Addison a. I. Button Middlebury. Bennington a. T. Pierson Bennington. Caledonian a. Cowles St. Johns Bury. Chittenden of. E. Mcintosh Burlington. Franklin and grand Isle or. G. 0. Mitchell St. Albans. Lamoille a. E. Maxfield Johnson. Grafton Orange professor Leonard Smith Wells River. Orange a. Wilson Randolph. Orleans a. Talm. Orleans. Rutland a. A. Caldwell Florence. Windham Geo. O. Wright Westminster. Windsor Stephen k. Perry Hart Union a. Field. The e. Flanders Spring court provides for care neglected a Tildren of Barton families get Aid from state. A session of the municipal court sitting As the juvenile court. Judge Wright presiding was held at the municipal court room in Barton on saturday March 13, 1920. The state was represented by states attorney Thompson and Hon. William h. Jeffrey state probation officer and Secretary of the state Board of charities and probation. The first Case was that of Jdell f., Millard o., and Sherman a. Wiltshire. For some time the parents of these children have been living apart and on March 1st the children were adjudged a a dependent children for want of proper parental care. The children were placed in the custody of the Board of charities and the father ordered to pay $9. Per week for their Board and both parents were charged equally with tre duty of supplying the children with proper clothing and medical attendance. Or. Jeffrey placed the children temporarily in the care of the Mother who lives at Orleans the length of time of her care of them depending upon her future deportment. The second Case was that of Myrtie Robert and Gertrude bump aged respectively four six and eight years the children of Alfred and Lida bumps who live at Barton. The evidence disclosed that Robert is a cripple suffering from infantile paralysis and that nothing has Ever been done to alleviate his condition that the Mother of the children has repeatedly gone away for a Day to associate with people of immoral reputation leaving the children alone at Home without proper food care or clothing that one Forenoon in the latter the dog License Law. I have had so Many inquiries regarding the licensing of dogs that i have deemed it Wise to ask the papers to publish the present Law As it is radically different from the former Law. The Law passed by the legislature of 1919 provides that annually on or before the first Day of april the owner or keeper of a dog shall have the same licensed a and shall pay for such License two dollars for one male or spayed female dog and six dollars for one female dog if such dog was licensed prior to the first Day of april 1919, for dogs that have not been licensed prior to such Date the fee for such License shall be five dollars for one male or spayed female dog and twelve dollars for one female dog. If a person or a member of his household obtains a License on additional dogs the fee for such licenses shall be ten dollars each and if the License fee for any dog is not paid As aforesaid its owner or keeper May procure a License on or before the fifteenth Day of May by paying a fee of fifty per cent in excess of that otherwise this Law Means just what it says viz., that for All dogs licensed prior to april 1, 1919, the License fee is $2. For one male or spayed female dog and $6. For one female dog and for All dogs licensed for the first time since april 1, 1919, the License fee is $5. For one male or spayed female dog and $12. For one female dog. Frank d. Thompson states attorney. Hannah Allen Oark. Hannah Allen Clark died at the Home of her daughter mrs. C. E. Hamblet Here March 9, after a few weeks illness. Hannah Allen was born in Enosburg july 27, 1832. She was educated at the District schools and Bakersfield Academy. She taught in Franklin county schools several years having received a certificate presented by John g. Saxe. On april 24, 1851, she married Ali Mon Clarke who died november 30, 1882. They lived in West Charleston most of the time. Since then she has made her Home equally with her daughters mrs. A. True now living at Palo Alto California and mrs. C. E. Hamblet of this place. Besides the two daughters she leaves to mourn her loss one son h. A. Clark of Sharon Springs Kansas a brother Chi Trees Allen of East Berkshire. Vermont and five grandchildren. Ora a. Clark Schenectady n. Y., mrs. Frank s. Wettack Coffeyville Kansas miss Helene True Palo Alto. California and Carl and Bernice Hamblet of this place. Owing to illness in the family a private funeral was held at her late Home Here. A her remains were taken to East Berkshire for burial beside her husband. She was a member of the congregational Church. Her daughter mrs. True came to help care for her in her last sickness. Re 1 pm ii ii use tiie ii Fiuren a Iuzie Charles c. Merrill who will be As i Barefoot and they listed by Rev. Andrew s. Bole and break fast and their Mother had gone out that he Gava them food and later told the Mother that he would buy the Chil listed by Rev. Edward g. French As Field representatives. Vermont notes ten men lost their lives As the result of a head on collision Between a westbound Boston and Montreal exert of Janu Ali a Landl Quot re a i Ruwand ref Load Tell Reed mils Lorth us Odd a. Five were killed outright and three who were uni Zuary Cue Lanui uru a a of the House found the children alone America and expect to get to Barton Dren some stockings but she did not about april 10. He says he has j take them. Mrs. Bumps testified that bought the w. C. Hadley farm at she did tit love her children except North Craftsbury. He writes a we a the youngest one and did not care have had a Fine time in Scotland with anything about them. States actor our old friends and neighbors. It has Ney Thompson filed a complaint been a rather wet and Windy Winter. A against mrs. Bumps for neglecting Walter w. Buckley commander of the Barton Post of the american legion was in Montpelier last week to attend a meeting of the Post commanders of the state. W. R. Moulton of the Evansville Road has bought the e. E. Flanders residence on main Street in this Village. Possession is not Given until another summer or fall. G. Urie was severely injured the first of the week while Wing Wood. A piece was thrown by the saw striking him in the face. Edgar Dean is a new employee at the Monitor office. Or. Dean has been in St. Johnsbury for several year where he has followed the printers Trade. Or. And mrs. L. French of Bridgeport conn., Are in town. Or. French came because of the sickness of his father who is in cottage Hospital but is reported on the gain. A. F. French died wednesday of we have not had Over six nights Frost this Winter. Grass Hlas been very Nice and Green. All sheep and cattle Are out Day Brownington Gilbert e. Dutton and son Ernest Are recovering from the mumps. Or. And mrs. Lacoss have come to live with their son Fred Lacoss. Mrs. Ella Wyman is stopping with friends in Newport for the present. Miss Pearl Barry is Back at l. T. Grows attending school at Orleans. Mrs. G. A. Going was at Orleans Over the week end with mrs. J. B. Flints people. Wanted poultry. Elrick if tenement for family. Inquire at this office. ____9tf of Derby spent the past week with. The cottage Hospital her parents or. And mrs. E. C. Inhere he bad been for about a . Kie. Or. French was one of Bartons old Neil Gardner who has been pm est citizens and a civil War Veteran. Her children to which she pleaded guilty. The court thereupon sentenced her to the state prison at Windsor for a term of not More than two years nor less than one year and eleven months and placed her on probation under the care of the state probation officer who Laid Down some strict rules for her future guidance which her past conduct seemed to require. The children were adjudged a a dependent children for want of proper parental care and were placed in the custody of the state Board of charities and arrangements were made for the proper medical treatment of Robert. Taken to a Hospital succumbed to their injuries tonight. The body of Francis j. Rafferty a trainman was found in the wreckage later bringing the death list to nine and the body of a. Granger a brakeman who was missing and was found still later brought the death toll to ten. The dead include both engineers the fireman of the freight and three passengers. The death list follows Engineer George Cady and fireman William Farrell in charge of the freight both of Rutland Engineer Cornelius Sullivan of the passenger train of Bellows Falls and passengers j. S. Lent and S. Lent father and son both of Rockingham and Enoch Bulloch of Ludlow J. Raffety and a. Granger. The Rutland Railroad in a statement said it did not know the Ca use of the Accident. Special meeting. Important. By order of the president a special meeting of the Barton improvement club is called and the members Are a. X hereby notified to meet at the club the turd Case was that of Merton rooms on Friday March 19th, at 8 fire state fire Marshall Brown of Montpelier has just issued statistics regarding fires in Vermont during 1919. Lightning caused More fires in 1919 than any other one thing As it has for years. Of the 1649 fires in the state 490 were caused by lightning. Chimneys flues etc., came next being the cause of 226. Of other known causes matches and smoking caused 155, exposure 132, stoves furnaces etc., 132. Other causes Are numerous. For state and county the losses Are As follows no. Of Albany Barton Brownington Charleston Coventry Craftsbury Derby Glover Greensboro Holland fires 9 $ 5 8 10 11 4 3 x. 4.4. I. Florencs Gleason the Young children Ernest e. I ton has returned from Bert Gleason of Barton who a Hartford and is stopping at g. A. A going a for to present. Grace Doris Arthur Wallace and of clock p. To transact the following business 1. To see if the club will vote to Purchase the land now owned by To mrs. Litchfield sat West Burke. Brownington Center bums grow of South Strafford recently visited Liis Mother mrs. Truman Aiken. A al xxx Gardner who has been pm oyed in the c. E. Hibbard who has been emeral Mont returned to his the h. T. Seaver store for in Essex n. .,1 several years has completed his labors miss Annie Cote of the cottage there and Peter Lebelle of i in mass., is the new Man employed there. Miscellaneous Toik general housework. Small mrs. A. R. Robinson bar i will not take Stock monday mar. 22. W. E. Hanson. A of 0 cat sly is and at Kin is junk. E. Ii a Xxxi Sockol Barton. Tel. 42tf of a Emerso Noyace if you water St. Barton. Both a phones. I or to work in woman for Gen be a i anted in he mar and Quarrie by Vii not Steahr Protter Vermont. Sugar makers attention add to Calfskin carcass 1 Iuka i c King a ton Lulu a onus. Water St., bar i phones. 43tf in Small t be Only conveniences. Young a i have a Good Supply of sugar pails for furs hides and 58-11. Do Niel a Post Iii to by either m esp or Barton. 8tf news was received Here tuesday morning of the it Tea of mrs. Laurence Young t f West Glove of pneumonia. She was miss Blaiche White and a_gmduate__9f. Barton Academy the Hig Stone of a a w urday and sunday was do Phat on airmail scale again this we. However there was Hittle a al Block ing of highways and a in let Down we Hwa pm a its. Frank Seavey of Browning toil who has Hock Xieu Mimia at the Home of a. Of. Twomey Dau there sunday a Rains were taken to Orley off Molina for funeral Serai yes and Bunal. Mfr. Seavey was a sister of mrs. A. A a Buswell of this place. W�xx.x6a he body of mro. Potor Ston. Jhu to Gower was brought Here for Burma a a 7v�. Vhf no the Catholic cemetery tuesday. Mens Wool socks Ripot in if. Stone and.  5� cents per pair. Legs knit Down a it Tler members House Odd Are cents per in a each Vety sick. The past has received considerable a a xxx xxv re a . X. Aid from the town be Tidence in w. Comstock and located to the North mrs. Viola Crandall who has been this Case disclosed that the family i of this Vul age it being the same land aying at A grows has gone lives in the Back part of the Tom m i considered As a location for the fair to ,-4.v.fioxioi�= 04 woo4 tin to an old House in filthy and unsanitary i Banks Redfield Woolen concern. Conditions that two of the children i 2. To provide necessary ways and need operations for adenoids and in Means to accomplish this purpose if Large tonsils but the parents would it go voted not consent to the same that last 3. To act on any other business an Aiken. Year Florece broke her Arm but no that May legally come before this x. To. X 1 4. I medical attendance was procured for 1 meeting b. A. Seavey of East Charleston or that the father while a Barda 4 Quot of spent part of last week with his Broth working Man has no ability As a Man Arthur w Buswell Sec or J. . The Coldren were adjudged a Barton it. March 16th, 1920. A or and mrs. Decie Chevelier Arev a a dependent children for want of pro a try Chevelier a parents. Or per parental care and with the con-1 x t. P c Storl i sent of the state Board of charities Frank Orne expects to go to Banc a hrs. P. G. Ston. No car a a we a committed ton this week to attend the n. E. Mrs. Collins Lacourse was called to the state Industrial school and the Piv meeting going As an alternate to Barton thursday to attend the fun i regt of the children committed to the i Tor Clarence Perry eral of her sister mrs. Louin. J joint care of the state Board of Char a mrs Rose Brooks and mrs. Nancy the families of p. G. Stone Philo cities and the overseer of the poor at p be of Troy have been spending a Powers and Omar Pepin Are Amoun Barton. A that have sick ones to care for. Tese last two cases had been in nose re ,. .1 investigated by one of the Field workers Charles Whitehill who a taken a state Board of charities and it sick while working in Charleston reason of her report that the has so far recovered As to return a proceedings were instituted Home. Irasburg 8 Jay 3 Lowell 5 Morgan 5 Newport Troy Westfield 33 of a cd 4 Westmore 2 total 145 no. Of fires Addison. .101 $ Bennington 93 Caledonia 109 Chittenden 193 Essex 46 Franklin 209 grand Isle 22 Lamoille 55 Orange 81 Orleans 145 Rutland 195 Washington 173 Windham 100 w indoor 127 610.84 88.0� 172.8$ 5,022.0� 9,127.52 8.348.92 6,293.96 1.965.92 4,100.3$ 844.0� 756.27 4,931.1$ 764.37 41,493.58 32,154.88 1,867.36 8,726.3$ miss Hazel Heath who was at the Home of her Uncle Zejp Mac a for the sic Fones is herself in at this. A or and mrs. Ernest Wright have closed their House her of the we tar and will go to St. Jam us Pinan of Glover who has been helping care for her Mother mrs. Amanda Power Ca Here by the nines of her daughter add Hus Anmis. Nelson Wehs has returned Home after a two weeks stay in Richford where she went to ask a St in caring for sick ones in the family of air Kab a Rdv in work Mast be Cleam insurance and real Tate by it Stock and com of1918 or. Stones Broar Ter both died. The afternoon study club met with mrs. Francis Aldrich and Little son a or hrs Vive been at the. Home of her wen5rmr��� Oung for some time have gone to their Home on ithe Hill the Community was saddened learn that mrs. Frank Seavey a. But in so Genously us Bart of or. Seavey at the Seavey farm makes mrs. Seavey a death seem peculiarly sad. Much sympathy is Felt for the Berard family. Few Days at Charles Niles. Old friends were glad to see to hts a. Carlton Nott has finished working in the Bobbin Mill and returned to his Home in Ansonville where he will assist his father during the sugar season. $128,503.06 damage 73,207.7� 86,805.2� 146,589.16 258,865.72 40,350.84 277,730.98 29.321.60 19,811.75 27.614.78 128,03.06 320,784.96 ,627j20 42.015.60 66.492.78 total 1,649 $1,578,721.31 West Glover w. A. Scott who has been quite ill is better. A a or. And mrs. Clyde Vance have been having the Grippe. J. W. Youngs family have All been ill but Are much better. Mrs. Vera Stevens is recovering from her recent sickness. Clara Young is working at l. R. Youngs during the sickness there. Hester Webster is at her Grandfather Keith a in Albany for a few Dayn. Mrs. W. F. Scott of Orleans is helping at w. A. Scott a while they 3 ill. News wag received monday of the death of Rev. E. B. Harris a former pastor of the m. E. Church. It brought. Sorrow to a Large Circle of friends. Clara Young who has been helping or. Harris was greatly handicapped j at Lawrence Youngs is at Home sick by deafness he had also Pas do the the influenza. Kugi Eft i Sitthi i. Floy he Ter Are Pel had been Able to overcome great of a act Oij from Montpelier Sero Staples. He was always a great Church worker and had been the Means de any service at the Church. . Carter Thui in March red and afternoon. Fur c la Ehrck tart is Masting was opened with the club ther particulars later. A spending the Winter in surety ends All kinds of Ril prayer. Fourteen Mem a Evansville in a Miami. Florida stating there had in a real Efte mrs. Luck Robinson installed. A mx_xx.xx4. 4�? -4-�_4. Westmore crows have been heard in. This Vicinity. Truman Messier of Irasburg visited at Joseph wills saturday and sunday. Mrs. Mabel Converse of Brownington visited mrs. I ainu Tatro one Day the past week. Mrs. George Craig is still suffering from Erysipelas and Charlea Tatro from rheumatism. There was quite a Wash out from the thaw Friday. Cellars and stables were flooded with water while the River near Geo. Myers was so blocked it took several men saturday to Clear the debris from it. Sunday brought another Snow and blow which prevent oar actively Good and his sudden death a a a is a Shock to the Community. Or Sfeir had been in business in go nver Inary at their Home. .andmrs. Arehie Davis who have of building up Nuny run in Church been living in mrs. Hastings House is always looking on Tom Bright Side have returned to St. Johnsbury. Of life. He was very witty. He will Barton. And the author Reading from mrs. Lucy Robinson installed. A the old curiosity i i tripe matter. A i generally 1 Job work Good pay 50 order May fall for by. Re Gilpin Hunt amp co., Gypin. Go. In very Quot file Aesta no a Wner to meet for nce Pierce. Colors a eel a of the of farm and address As follows 1000 and the meet my and Mjorne sno�?1.60. 300�?$1.35. The april 1st with mrs. Tor a card from r. Harper dated ayah re Scotland february 25, says he a a toss it Pool March 81, on the a Baltic a for mrs. Buck expect to Start for Vermont is. J. Kittle is Home from his work. April 10, and write they will be glad in Charleston for a few Days. To get Back although they have had mrs. L. A. Drown is visiting her a pleasant Winter there. Coventry our sick ones Are All gaining. Otis tinker of Maine is a guest at Henry Goss. B spending a few Days. F. Among those who have been having the influenza Are Richard Rogers and Fame and Raymond Goddard. Eunice Stevens is borne from Montpelier sen nary where there is a epidemic of mumps there being about 10 cases. William Cameron who went us Newport last week As a juror is at Home for two weeks As court has been postponed. Sfeir Naa been m business m of a Sarthe influenza patient at h. G. Village for about 38 years and had a Prescott s a a 11 be a except the Host of friends. He was a member grandson. Milton who is Stul i herons la sick. Hia Mother. I Long be remembered Here by the Good work done Here. Sympathy is extended to All the sorrowing friends. Gix Over Allan by Secir died of heart failure at his shop in Glover Village this wednesday morning abet eight of clock. He was a Man nearing 6t years of age but has health was com of Orleans Lodge A a. Of by a ton and of the local order of or. O. U. A. Son Earle in White River Junction a a week. Mrs. F. A Seavey died of Penu Monia sunday at the hot of Andrew twombly in Barton where she went a Boot two Miks son Amberet. The Renoos Alnese at Lennoxville a Eros sly sick. His Mother mrs. Etlis Prescott is earing for bin. Mrs. Lawrence Young died very a suddenly monday night being ill but a Short to one with Neu Mymia. Faves a husband and two Small children. At this writing or. Young is a so ill. A the Rose once blown forever Sang Omar in Melanc boy a Strain. But Reasy now you never heard the Rose complaining about it. At least once in every Normal Man s life there comes a time when he believes he is about to by made Sud Denly Rich fran Oil. Argument. If you keep right of working on when you thing other folks Hava the Boom when the fire wagons pass All the Powk. You May mean that orb you re old. Era have All the pick. A if at once you done to to exceed a take you be got him beaten without a

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