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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor March 24, 1920 Page three of flt to by bit Mach Jefter ten years she found belief in a fruit a Tives 3s07 Sarto ave., Saab Amesti can a a i had stomach trouble for ten years which became so bad that i got stomach cramps two or three times a week. After years of terrible torture i read about fruit a Tives or fruit liver tablets an sent for a trial Box. After taking the trial Box i Felt bette.-, so kept on taking fruit a Tives for nearly a year and Ana thankful to Gay a fruit a Tives saved nay life. Mrs. F. S. Stolz. 50c. A bos 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c, Ltd Alexsor from fruit a Tiv a limited Ogden Surg n. R slow death aches pains Nervo Torness difficulty in urinating often Naan serious disorders. The worlds Standard remedy for kidney liver bladder and uric add troubles col medal he a Qick Relief and often Ward off do diseases. Known As the National Fame by of Holland for More than 200 Jun. All druggists in three sizes. Imite tip Gold my on Torr Box Vermont news Lillian Gish the Young movie Queen is at White River Junction with a Large company of screen performers. Pictures Are being taken in the surround territory especially in Quechee the Groton manufacturing company of Groton has filed articles of association in the office of Secretary of state for the purpose of dealing in lumber. The capital Stock is $100,-000, divided into 1,000 shares. The papers Are signed by Robert a. Davidson Robert l. Heath Preston a. Morrison and Bernard a. Eastman. Superintendent l. Knowlton of the Prospect Hill cemetery association of Brattleboro says that for the first time in his regime 11 years the Tomb in the cemetery is filled with 27 bodies awaiting burial in the Spring. Comparatively few Graves have been dug this Winter on account of the unusual depth of Snow. Guy w. Bailey f Vermont has acting president of the Uteri Nesity of received from governor Coolidge of Massachusetts his acceptance of an invitation from the University to be the commencement Day orator at the graduation exercises june 28. Much attached to this event As gov. Coolidge is a native vermonter and his wife is a Burlington girl. A meeting of the trustees of the Green Mountain club was held at the hotel Berwick at Rutland March 10, and important business transacted officers of the club for the coming ear were elected As follows a pres Dent c. P. Cooper of Rutland vice a resident Louis j. Paris of burling on treasurer e. S. Marsh of bran on clerk of the Board of trustees George e. Chambers of Rutland. Ians were outlined by the Trail com after you eat always Taka Atonic a a a a a a a a a a a a ii a slats diary Caledon county . Friday i went to a Pitcher show a to Quot a Pitcher about a Des Ert hand. I cant get nex to sum of the things. They was sum folks ship reckon which did Dent have nut Hin Only there close amp they was Pritty few. The hero Hilt a fire amp used a Ole peace of Glass amp let the Sun Shine threw it. In the next ack he rolled a cig Aret amp Recht in his pocket amp pulled out a Box of matches amp lit 1. Saturday rained hard All Day amp where did he get the matches. 1 assent sorry cause a got me a Situ Ashun a working in the store on saturdays. Had a Awe full big business on Over shews on acct. Of the Rane. But they was out of them. Sunday had roast pork amp the preacher for dinner a ast him what salary did he get amp the preacher told him. It assent much a sed after he had went Home. How can a Man live a Christian life on that amt. Of Money amp a replied amp sed he cud Dent live Enny other kind of a life cud he. Monday overhead a taking to a Frend of Mizzen today. sed Well i run things at Are House i Bereave its mans place. Webby he does. The a a Iii Ucic by tic Lxii Ruina a ,. A Ait tee to begin work on decoration Lay to Mark the Long Trail and to Jhu it use is errands. A ate can Sites from Prospect Rock i tuesday i was a telling a of a North. The report of the treasurer married Man which was speaking showed that there is now $350 in the Treasury. The University of Vermont is engaged in an Effo a a. Planes for permanent use at the uni a Ort to get two Ai in permanent use at the University and while nothing definite has in of did instantly relieves heart bin bleat de Gay feeling. Stops food souring a a big and All stomach miseries. a a . Ten of too in today. Youw ulam. Fred d. Pierce. Bartim. Yermont Edison Blue Amberos records no 3966-�?omake that trombone by Raderman a jazz orchestra. \3953-�?osahara Well soon be dry like you a by Billy Murray 3965�?dardanella, Fox Trot by Raderman a jazz orchestra j these Are three Advance numbers a among the latest Edison Blue Amberos records. I records sent postage prepaid on receipt of Price. Edison Agency at Wright s shoe store 37 main Street Newport Vermont been heard from the War department those interested Are optimistic and think that the machines can be secured for work supplementary to the military department. The War department has an abundant Supply of machines at present and while Vermont has no aeronautical unit it has Many men who have flown in the service. If the machines Are sent it is not unlikely that a Man will be stationed in Burlington at least a part of the time to assist in giving if the aviation Field is put into commission there is no reason to suppose that this will not be an aviation Center. The contingent fund which the legislature of 1919 provided for use in the Sevell state departments under the supervision of the Board of control is three quarters gone. Some of the departments expenses have run so much higher with the advanced Cost of living that the Board has had to apportion to some of the departments certain sums of Money to help them through the fiscal year. Now about $75,000 has been apportioned. Some of those who Are most interested Are inquiring whether any appropriation legislation could occur if a special session was held and it is understood from what has appeared in one of the state papers that a special session will be called if Vermont is needed to make the 36th state of the suffrage amendment. The Street today. She sed How a now he was married. I am not Blind. had Dander on his Collar amp buttons off his coat amp dirty Finger Nales. Wednesday a is trying to get a Job passing the Basket at Church. I dont know Why unless he wants to pass the Basket to keep the Basket Frum passing him. Webby. Hope he never Reeds this dirty. Thursday we went 2 a Neabors House to see there new baby which was bom Las week. It was still very 3ning yet. Its a is a dentist amp yet it assent no Teeth yet. Webby he is too Bizzy in his shop to wait on his own Farley. Winfield Bennei who has been Sidney v. K. Fairbanks of St. Johnsbury has been appointed Secretary to Hon. Robert u. Johnson ambassador to Luly. was married in Boston just before sailing. Raymond e. Coleman of Lemdon Ville a brakeman on the Boston amp Maine was arrested in Boston last week charged with having cocaine and morphine. was arraigned before United states commissioner Hayes and held in $2,000 for a hearing on March 30. Editorials from the last Issue of the Orleans county farm Bureau news the year is Well started How about the account Book a the Farmers Exchange is showing a record of a big volume of business this month. On february 15 orders for Grain fertilizer seeds and Lime totalled $46,000. All of these materials should be delivered by the Middle of March. It is a real months business for this organization. The Vermont cooperative creameries association with a membership representing an investment of More than one half million dollars and thousands of Farmers was organized in Burlington last week. The creameries which went into the organization handle products of Between $3,000,-000 and $3,500,000 annually and its membership is open to any Vermont Creamery. Those now in the organization Are St. Albans East Berkshire Swanton Milton Richmond grand Isle Shelburne and Middlebury. The stockholders elected in All future issues of this news letter an Effort will be made to include some material of interest to women. Since we have no demonstration agent this material will be taken from news letters in counties where Home demonstration agents Are employed or from the Extension service in Burlington. A since things Are getting to be so uncomfortable for owners of scrub bulls such folks Are cure a copy of Farmers bulletin 1055 entitled a country hides and skins which tells All about How to relieve the Critter of its hide Etc. The Only things of value about a scrub Bull Are its hide and carcass. 4c a a Many men in this county will regret that they did not order Lime this West Burke Fred Roundy was in Waterbury last week. Will Smith spent the week end in Barton. Miss Esther Abar was in St. Johnsbury thursday. Mrs. Nettie Mccoy was Home from Woodsville n. H., Over sunday. Mrs. Brown of Newi Pirt was the guest of or. And mrs. C. Colby. The members of the Foster and Macdonald families Are All much better. Mrs. Mary frasier of Orleans visited friends in town during the past week. George Dean has been having a slight attack of the grip but is improving. Pride bean has been quite ill Dur no the past week at the Home of his brother Alonzo. Edward Duval has been visiting his Mother mrs. Warner drown Foi he past two weeks. Or. And mrs. W. R. Thurber and ittle daughter Ruth visited Urcla Ives in Coventry Friday. Or. And mrs. Frank Allard who have been working in a Camp at East Haven Are at Home again. Mrs. Mary Wallace is ill with the grip and her Niece mrs. Marsh of Barton has been caring for her. Mrs. Mary Bishop the aged aunt of mrs. Charles Pierce is very ill and mrs. Worthen is caring for her. Almon Murray was called to rum Ery n. H., last week at the death of his daughter mrs. Hazel Amidon. S. E. Leach and daughter Ruth and or. And mrs. W. G. Angier Are expected Home from California the last of May. G. A. Jamieson and family were called to Hardwick last week by the death of mrs. Jamieson smother mrs Marshall thursday morning. R. P. Porter is critically ill at his Home in Brattleboro. A Shock was feared at first but later he seemed to rally and showed no signs of paralysis. Mrs. W. B. Melcher who has been working in a hat factory in Medfield mass., for the past three months is at Home and has been quite ill with the grip. The people living at the South end of the Village feel very grateful to the shovelling squad who cleared the sidewalk so nicely after the big storm. It was a Fine Job and has been much appreciated. Working in Lyndonville the past year is coming Back to the farm. Cecile Willard has finished her work in the Telephone office and returned to her Home in Passumpsic. The fire insurance has been adjusted on the parsonage. The building will be repaired As soon As possible. Ben Rexford who has been living on the Bennett place is to move into the Smith House better known As the Spencer Drake House. Onie Simpsons whole family have been sick but Are now improving. Charles Dopp has been running the milk team while or. Simpson was sick. The play Friday night a the old cabbage Hill school a a Given by the Village school was very much enjoyed. The children All did their parts very Well. Or. And mrs. Payette Barber have moved to George dwyers. Fayette is to help with the farm work and they will keep House in part of the Barber Home. Effie Blouin daughter of or and mrs. A. A. Provoncha was bom in Brownington dec. 25, 1873. She spent her Early life in Brownington with the exception of four years it in Canada. August 3, 1896, a was married to Charles Blouin of Woodsville n. Fourteen years ago they moved to the Charles la Clair place in Sheffield where they ived until her death March 8th after a Short illness of pneumonia. Besides her husband she leaves an adopted son Albert Blouin who lived at Home a step son George Blouin of Barton a step daughter Carrie Provoncha of Brownington her father a. A. Provancha three Sisters mrs. E. A. Norrie of Sheffield mrs. O. M. Blouin of Barre mrs. Collins la course of Brownington two Brothers Ira Provancha of Worcester mass., and Benjamin Provancha of Brownington., she also leaves three nieces and nephews besides scores of friends who will miss her helpfulness and cheer. The funeral was held in the Catholic Church in Barton March 11. Cut this out it is Worth Money out out this slip enclose with 5c and mail it to four amp o0-, 2035 Sheffield ave. Chicago 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley a Honey and tar for coughs colds Ard croup Foley kidney pills for pain in sides and Back lieu mutism backache kidney and bladder ailment and Foley cathartic Tablet a wholesome and Tho Rongi cleansing cathartic for constipation bilious it headache and sluggish everywhere the More you boast the More you boasts and to Sall. g your easter togs will look just so much finer if you have some piece a of new jewelry to Wear with them. We have a Nice line of the newest ideas. Main Street <xkxxx><><><><><>0<>0<>0<><xk><><k>0<><><><><><>00<><>0<>0<>0<>0<><><>00<><>0<><><>0 easter hats easter waists easter skirts come in and let us show you the things you need for easter sunday mrs. C. L. Hutchins i Barton Vermont when you re at the end of your wits its time to begin using your brains. If it weren to for their wives most men would be polygamists. The puritans idea seems to be that the harder the life the softer the hereafter. Why worry whether you Are get thin or fat its All a matter pc eloping printing and enlarging for amateurs Board of j year. Liming is a Iong Tine promo i ionized by Tiona results in one two or three electing w. C. Fuller of Richmond As years hence. Something like the president j. B. Hoag of grand Isle turns from a re stored Bull. We vice president and George h. Duns must make a beam eng somewhere More of St. Albans temporary treas and Money invested in Lime this year a will be returned in big measure in the years ahead user. The objects of the new corporation Are supervising for the county for member creameries the purchasing of supplies a limited Sale service for surplus products and Selling the entire output of several creameries. A every tiling photograph Lnch i i Lioto Craft shop 37 main Street Neva port Vermont attend the Albany business Collece i Send for catalogue �carnell5.h0it a any. . The student body and faculty of the University of Vermont have decided that the most fitting testimonial of gratitude to the 22 vermonters who gave their lives i shall be a memorial building which shall contain everything necessary to nine student Center. It is planto build at the end of what is known As a College Row a a on the site now occupied by the presidents residence. This building will be moved to another situation nearby. The bulding will include the University a commons a a creation room an auditorium capable of Como Datig two thousand persons offices for the student publications the at Etic department and the principal student committees. The chief characteristic of this edifice is that it is to be of. By. And for the students. It a a of Beer id and they Are planning to Back it to the limit of their ability and when erected it will be for their use and m every Way a fitting memorial to the University a dead. The the project will commence with tto pledging of the students on apr 9. Gifts of Loyal alumni will be Whei thereafter and when it a Evit that the necessary support Yah be building operations 1 he comm de on the University of Vermont a memorial building. A a a Good Many of Higbie a Oats have arrived. Most people will remember the Large Sale which Dillenbeck the agent made. A Sample of there a a choices seed Oats which Cost $3.25 per Bushel can be seen at the farm Bureau office. Oats of All sizes with a plenteous amount of Hull seems to be characteristic of this Sample. Some Sutton John Stevens lost one of his heavy horses last week. Several sugar Orchards will remain Idle for Lack of help to cat by them on. Charles Parker has finished clerking in f. A. Holmes store and is going to work for j. Dublois in sugaring. Stephen Chesley who has been staying with his daughter mrs. Burt twombly in Burke and has been ill for some time died March 12. Burial was in the cemetery near the Union House in Sheffield. Sheffield Lejla is i no roving very slowly. Lottie Masure is sick with the influenza. Charles Dopps Little baby has been quite sick. Alex Drake has been quite poorly the past week. Forrest Blake has hired out with Arthur Dunton. Charles Blake has taken w. J. Smiths sugar place. Mrs. Bernie Blair remains in a very serious condition. Mrs. Henry Lyon has been on the my of form. Heavy enough for service and Light enough to carry the Best All round Tarp writer on the Narket. Ltd it Ltd it f. E. Woodruff jeweler and opt the hallmark Slor Newport. Vermont of registered bulls Ever placed in one year Are recorded during the past 12 months More Strong Active boys and girls clubs than Ever before the the reason that some reforms never get any place is that the reformers Ace such funny looking creatures they Ury body laugh. Many a Man is Brave Enon to to fac into a cannons Mouth who is afraid to allow a dentist to look into Bis Mouth. A Ranee from the half sick list also or. Lyon. Different in appearance f Bushel which Dillenbeck ing around with him. It look like a big ear for the or mis a a was carry 1 Davis and family of Lyndon visited at Charles Blakes sunday. Week end visitor at Irving Browne a. Peter Simpson has gone to will help through sugaring. Leans county farm Burn. Different communities Are taking hold As they never have before in working w Ymang a to at some of their projects. The Lar a sector nay t now with Fred Grady of wheel being unloaded the largest number a a 21 t to tanners brother from Lyn Donville is stopping with them for a time. Hiram Wyman was Home from Lyndon Institute last week on account of illness. Ining How Active this organization is. The Market milk Industry has its disadvantages. I have often wondered How Long some of the Farmers up Here in the Hills of Orleans county will stand the tremendous Strain put upon them. No calves raised no toes a just Hay to feed the cows and some Grain and that seem ugly never ending flow of milk passing to the Railroad station on its Way to the City carrying with it a lot of the stored up Fertility of those farms. There is Little put Back to replace it a few tons of Grain and a ton or two of commercial fertilizer with seven chances out of ten that the manure produced by those cows is improperly cared for. It is a situation we May Well consider seriously. George Caswell of Lyndon visited his daughter mrs. Gerald Tanner last week. Mrs. Ray Jenness of Lyndon visited her parents last week or. And mrs. Sumner Eastman. Or. And mrs. Andrew Roberts of St. Johnsbury have been visiting at George Bickford a. Or. And mrs. John Blake of Lyndon Center have been at John Blakes the past week to assist. Or. And mrs. S. A. Jones visited their Sim Clinton in St. Johnsbury the last of the Creek. We mean it for about four months this Bank has been urging the Farmers hereabouts to read tie country i gentleman. We have done it because we believe in the country gentle Ian. This great National farm weekly offers actual Money making helps to those Farmers who read it regularly and follow its advice. Its subscribers have in the main become the most prosperous Farmers in their counties the nation Over. And that is Why be should like to see it in every farm Home in or county. We mean it when be say read me country gentleman the copy everywhere in a recent investigation among armers the question was asked a what helps you most a one third answered a my firm they were Able to put a dollars and cents value on the advice they read. The country cei4tlem/kn is National Broad enough to cover the United states and give nation wide viewpoint and at the same time it is local enough to treat of methods and practices Section by Section. Subscribe for a year it will Cost you $1.00 for 52 big weekly issues and Many a Farmer has profited $100.00 from hints in a single Issue. If you say so Well charge your account $1.00 and see that your subscription begins at once. We mean it Barton savings Bank amp Trust co. Capit.1 $50,000 h. R. Cutler Teley Bew 57 capit.1 $50,000 gentleman 1 because you know me enter my j of Large the Coet $1.00, to me far to coot my for a 2 Here a my Douay. I want two Coli cart . Please Send it to me. My name _ my City ,

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