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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor 49�?nc. I Barton Vermont. Wednesday May 5. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Ll4sslfledvertislng it �il11 a a use Rte a under this -. word for bus insert of word thereafter. Vrh order. To Ortr re i yes than for Sale miscellaneous Barton Academy notes. Call for state for convention. Strayed came to my place on pants. Dave a Hess 1 o i a my pm a i. Via i a Rok All Dpi amp of Farmers notice shall not 1 the glee Takt a monday. May 10. W e. County towns entitled to 49 delegates in Conven Uon a hich elects National presidential delegates. 5.\le�?few Good boxes for a is a Tutor it let Nice Hay. Zina do 15tf Quot or. A ale one Man farm. L. of. Coventry._i�?T�-19 ror s let Fine driving harness Quot v Caddie. John Mclellan a 17-18 Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-11. Daniel a Barton. A of a. St a a Duroc Jersey pigs ale. S. Kelley Orleans. Itter r a a ale Ford car in Good con. A v tires. L. R. Lew l 14tf it dry. Tel. Harry . Orlean far River Road in go Crew. farm owned by Helen mar Quot p a s4000._16-20 for Syles farm of 385 acres. Try . Mrs. Matilda Hanson Glover.__19p for Syles Willis piano in first oils Condi Ion. Easy terms to right Pardes. Box 385, Orleans. Ls-20p number. The Schubert club played the Republican state convention before the speaking began and while elect eight delegates and eight the judges were deliberating after the i alternates to the Republican National last speaker. The first prize five Dol it of a a a Tion w ill be held in Montpelier liars in Gold was awarded to miss i mesday. May 26. Notice to sugary kit Cit Bowen on a Bobby Shafto a the towns and cities will be represent a f k a i second prize was two dollars and a be it i by delegates elected on the basis your sum Hwy in Gold was won by Ralph me one Delegate for each political unit i raises selection from a Julius and one additional Delegate for each to so f t�?. And honorable mention was �190 votes and each fraction of 100 Teea. J. To Earton. 8tf made of miss Florence Cooke a Ren Azotes cast for the Republican Candi i Dering of a the one legged ate at the state election in 1916. Judges were supt. E. A. Hamu i the Call is sied by the Republic Mon it May 10. For ton of Newport mrs. Ralph Howes of it Len state committee of which t. of Rouke of Derby is the Orleans county member. Orleans county will Send delegates As follows Albany 2 Barton 5 Brownington 2 Charleston s Coventry 2 Craftsbury 3 Rby 5 Glover a Greensboro Holland Irasburg Jay Lowell Morgan Newport Troy Westfield Westmore Farmers notice shall St Quot a a by a ,-�?~ Robi the for the school pub phones. C. S. Dodge Orleans. In auction Sale i jul sell at my gone to the printers. Plication a the Orange and the Black Quot i inti Yle 300 cords of Wood i Home in Brownington Center monday the first baseball game of the sea a a t.1 128-12. May 10, at 1 of clock my household i son is to be played on the Fairground for s-yle�?14 new Milch cows at d e Meadow farm. Amp c. R. Taplin Orleans. In Tley eggs wit e Wyandotte $1.50 for 15 h. S. Webster Orleans. 15-18 for Sale first class 200-egg a Cybator. Hot water heated. Also pro sx5 foot Brooder. Harry Manley Irasburg. 17-19 a Rith North Troy High goods table chairs stoves dishes on wednesday Couch miscellaneous articles. Harry i school. Dickens auctioneer. Viola Crandall. Ehlt 17-18p Rose of Plymouth definitely set for May 26th. The surface of the Tennis court is the Date of the Junior play a a town a has been and real is 1 Tate Best Stock and Mutual com stated to Date Are As follows Lyle Farmers work has beg in a no a u. La Jour Utaji a a Quot to of u time. I win buy your carcasses the hens Mph May 36 hens year around Calfskin and hides. Al Gilbert Macie 30 hens Ujj Lijich �0 will pay following prices for junk a Heep. Several the boys rags bags 7c magazines Are planning for Home gardens. $1.00 a Hundred. Let me get your i brass plates indicate my the doners order and charge the a phone to me. Of pictures have been placed upon 13 i. Solomon water Street both phones of the recently obtained pictures. Barton. 16tf the Academy is to furnish the entertainment at the Grange meeting notice a Spring an. Four pigs a Smith one pig and it is your Busy Raymond May of pigs Floyd we a for Syles non setting barred sock eggs for hatching $1.00 for 15 m. Stone Brownington. Oie 94-22. 17-19 foe Sale Good Green Moon in iced potatoes $3.50 per Bushel while Vej last. G. L. Bickford Sheffield. 17-18p for Syles five passenger Ford car in perfect condition. Newly painted. Price reasonable. Ralph Hamblet Tel 213-3, Newport. 16tf for Chicks from Good laying Strain of Rhode Island reds. 25c each. A a Len St., Barton. Mrs. P. A. Hunt in for Sale two Story mra and Cne third of land Bas seven rooms and shape. Near Peerless Banon Village. Inquire kickball Barton. 49 the whole number of delegates in the convention will be 672. It is exx it acted that Leonard Wood the leading Republican candidate for the presidential nomination will address the convention. Wanted wanted Uva Larton a great event few Dairyman. Richard Pattee manager of the new England milk producers association will Bee in Barton tuesday May 11, at Batchelder shall at 10 of clock a. Newport tuesday May 11th at school Hall at 7.30 of clock North Troy tuesday May 11th. At 2 of clock Come to one of these meetings and get acquainted with or. Patten and hear what he has to say. Several matters of vital importance to milk producers will be discussed. Surprise Ysit to Rev. And mrs. Turner. A really and truly Surprise occurred at the methodist parsonage last evening when during the temporary absence of Rev. Turner and his family Between 30 and 40 of their friends and parishioners took Possession of their Home and upon their return reminded them that when a couple have completed 15 years of married life in peace and Harmony it is fitting to celebrate the event. The Groom was discovered at the band rooms but when brought Home and impressed with the fact that the occasion meant something to him he entered into the festivities with alacrity and judging from the breadth of everybody a countenance an exceptionally pleasant social time w As enjoyed by All. The musical artists present entertained the company for a time. A Solo a it is a Little baby boy a by master Wesley and his sister Miriam at the piano were thoroughly enjoyed. As a reminder of the Happy occasion and a slight Token of the High esteem in which the pastor and his family Are held by the Community gifts of Fine Linen and an elegant set of Silver knives and Forks were presented to them. Both or. And mrs. Turner expressed feelingly their appreciation and gratitude for the gifts and what they represented. Refreshments in abundance were served by the ladies and at a late hour the company separated with memories that will linger of a Happy and profitable evening. The right kind of a hold up. There is no room no need no reason for printing much about this Reat drive for funds to finance a Joys and girls club Leader for Orleans county after All that has been said about it All the endorsements that it has received and after the extended list of names of representative persons and firms with their gifts Lave been used. Done to you want to help this cause with a doll for or two your neighbor has. There is still a Chance to be counted among those who want our boys and girls to do better thin under proper dance by achieving something in the Home in agriculture in the crafts something Worth while. Here is what two of the contributors below said in sending their bit or. Williams of Morgan Center ivs a if you Are Short Call e. N. Connair of Newport Center Congre Gamonal Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a an of All mothers especially invited. 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 M., Christian Endeavor. Subject evening service 7 Opens with a song service. Sermo ire on thursday at 7.30 topic a a Square Bible study or methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor mothers Day will be observed next sunday May 9. The pastor win preach an appropriate Sermon. A rtt let a a the trip Winfut ref n mothers with Small children who writes. This is the right kind of hold up previously acknowledged c. E. Buswell Barton w. A. Merriam Glover 1.00 j. F. Batchelder Barton 5.00 Lewis Brothers Morgan 1.00b. J. Williams Morgan Center 2.00 b. B. Stevens East Charleston 1.00 Carl Philbrook Greensboro 2.00 f. S. Phillips West Glover 1.00 mrs. Eva j. Heyer Newport a. Leader Memphra Magog boys and girls club 5.00 a. E. Harlow Irasburg 3.00 d. G. Mcfarlane Greensboro Bend 2.00 2.00 Harold c. Hause Orleans 1.00 Crystal Lake Grange Barton 15.00 Irasburg Village school 14.00 e. A. Andrus Albany 2.00 e. T. Anderson Glover 2.00 n. C. Barry Orleans 5.00 $1001 00 Day morning Are invited to bring their 1 on babies to the wanted it a Rou or Flat top desk. Address Box 32, Orleans. 17-18p poultry. Speaking Quot stage a and the Reading i papers on agricultural subjects. Barton local notes wanted�?15 men to Cut and f. R. S Redfield is having her buildings painted. Peel Spruce pulp. Henry Brooks a Larton. Mandy cafe Barton. Wanted girl or woman for j Garfield of Rochester counter and table work at once. As in town last week. Closed saturday afternoons unto further notice. The w. A t. U. Will meet with mrs. In. A. Pearson on tuesday afternoon carpenters wanted five Rood capable men eight hour Day. Isiah amp Corkins Newport. 16tf _ wanted fresh eggs and a j miss Harriet Austin nurse has re turned from Boston mass., with her a patient mrs. B. Orcutt of Willoughby who has been in a Hospital there for treatment. George e. King and son Ralph w. I. Wright and or. And mrs. G. Perley attended the funeral of Chester r. King at his late Home in Passumpsic on saturday. Manager Cassidy of Bartons 1920 baseball team reports a schedule of games with teams from the surrounding towns fast being completed and Hart in a Wolf Lowry a with a comic buckle. Adv. Geo. Bradford sr., Newport ctr. 1.00 a. Grout Newport mrs. R. Re pan North Troy c. A. Brown Newport a. G. Lunna North Troy e. N. Connal Newport ctr. Joseph Courcy Irasburg Austin i. Blake Lowell Chas. Lapierre Greensboro W. Baird Barton r. C. Stevens West Glover Geo. F. Lewis Morgan Lee r. Miller Westfield Lucian j. Elie Newport Maple Valley Grange Albany a. C. Cheney Albany j. C. Carpenter Irasburg j. G. Martin so. Albany h. E. Morrill Island Pond Dana Fuller no. Troy reel by fatty Harbuc the annual meeting of the Albany cemetery association will be held in the vestry of the congregational Church Albany Friday at 7.30. All those interested Are requested to attend. In the obituary among the Albany items you will find a space where a name should be inserted. Please insert the following name Wallace Dow of Hardwick. The burial service of Emma l. Dow Barstow who died in water a a. A a a a every Prospect for a Good team. The Bury Jan. 19th, was held at the Vil Barton schedule will not begin until Well into Lage cemetery sati Day afternoon a a Een Sboro june. What can we All do to help May 1st, Rev. W. E. Craig officiating a 5 White or Ansboro finance the boys get Busy. Think mrs. Barstow was a daughter of and act. A Luther c. And Lovina Dewey Dow to Quot a r 1 �1 a Joseph brow Albany a. A. Griggs amp son Lowell Charles Hammond me indies Falls ire mrs. A p., a Vuk three 25 to 50 to i he . For slab Wood at our Brownington Center Mill. Skinner lumber 3o. 17 i q t want Eevi three a to farms. Amp a he study club of sawdust a Orleans a phone 107-14.the annual meeting of the after a Day evening with c. F. Cutler chair noon study club will be held with Man in charge. Reports showed that 17-19p a Cutler thursday May 6. 1 the quota of $1200 for the local Church wanted a Calfskin Carcas i the for sale�?100 acres tillage land., of is. �?T__43tf_ for s. A cock Ster ence �?T�a.l9� a my to a Udes Are la Tod Sif Jont woman so Uteri Var no 30 1, or one quart Waw St. Barton. Nota. Has aired been j ear nearly raised with some persons journey meeting al a not yet visited. The quota win be Terry club will be held a a a a a mss oxi Lincoln Avenue. Smith Barton. _ subject a books of the rear. Crystal Lake a it another of our Long time citizens since saturday two Basford. A quiet Home Loving us new Bab in acted to engage table girls by local fishery t ave a Oto a a summer from fourth of july Billodeau redo Type 1911 Model Clar re tuber 15th pay $5.00 per weekj., pm the to e Phi lips Glover. 18-19 tins. Warfare allow one pc West to the Doi new Bab fish. Since mrs. Basford a quiet twp i seven Pounders and several a sgd suddenly on april 14t i fish have been try Quot Quot a is by local fishery has moved his fam ing with the family at noon although a r a 1---- health for some table girls a by local fishermen. I april at the Home of her son in Sheffield after walking from her room and Din besides tips. Oodman House on main a she had been in poor health for Ojuelas Lester tenement time. Cynthia Adaline Magoon for Ford de very a h. Cd top and curtains. In goo North Woodstock j. G. Turnbull co., or engage tat 16tf the a summer from fourth warfare allowed it it a a a to to the Douglas Lester tenement time. Cynil Sawyer the fair new Harrison Avenue recently vacated born in St. Albans june 29, 1837. 18-19p by in or. Dow of Hardwick and judge and mrs. Miles of Barton. East Albany Irvin Martin is working for Julius Blodgett. Mrs. Medore brow is visiting her son Felix. Miss Sabra Wyman is working for Lynn Anderson. John Durkin has finished work for the Hughes Brothers. Henry Bird of Sheffield visited friends in town sunday. I Jessie Centebar of Newport visited her parents Here last week. F. W. Cutting Barton e. L. Clark Glover Leslie m. Clark Glover Floyd l. Clark Glover h. A. Phillips West Glover 5.00 1.00 3.00 2.00 10.00 5.00 2.09 3.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 5.00. Church where they win be Well cared for by the Young ladies of mrs. Hibbard a class. The Little ones will be entertained indoors or taken out in their carriages As the mothers desire. Epworth league meeting at 6. Evening preaching service at 7. Thursday evening prayer meeting at 7.30 of clock. The teacher training class will meet this week on wednesday evening at 7 s. S. Hill. Sylvester s. Hill who moved his family to the Home of the late a. F. French about two months ago died there monday after Many months of illness. was born in Sutton Q., april 29, 1868. When a Young Man he came to the states and married Mary l. Lapete of this to in at Stan Stead April 26, 1893, and soon after went to Charleston and resided five years since which time he has made his Home in this town first am. A farm and later in the Village. A is survived by a Willow and four children Arthur of Hardwick Edmond Gladys and Cora of this town. Tie funeral will be from St. Paul a Church thursday Forenoon at 10 of clock. Congregationalists completing quotas m. Taplin director of the congregational world movement drive a Orleans county reports that details Are just beginning to reach him and that some Are not Complete but Ibera is every indication that every Congi National Church in the county one possible exception will reach its Luota most of them having already Complete reports will be made in this paper As soon As the final figures Are obtainable. reports great enthusiasm from nearly 2 00 a every place. 1.00 i to a a 1.00 i wishes of their Many friends go with 100 them to their new Field of labor. A collection was taken in the Village $1140.00 i Friday morning for boys and a girls club work in the county. Four Dorothy Gish in a out of Luck a at dollars was Given by the pupils a a Xvi v lax mss Laa. _ car Olia w21s us us xxx condition. J. G. Turnbull co., or a wanted to engage table res 1 the ladies i Woulard c. Basford june 5, for Hie summer from fourth of july National Church will meet to ele moved to Derby and later to a both. Pay $5.00 per week a Church wednes Tuy May 11 this town where he died july 17, 1918, for Sale second hand Ford i is tips. Warfare allow one ladies please bring their diner and. The funeral was and hand Chevrolet is a. W. Sawyer the fairview., gome 33 Early As convenient. Ujj cd at Glover Community Church and would Exchange for cows. Charles a Wal Nick. N. 49-50p j Cloudy weather of the i a a to. Early girlhood aha a oved to Canad. N. H., where he has employment. And was there United in marriage to Exchange for cows Neuway Orleans. Way a. W. Sawyer to Charlesworth Woodstock n. 38tf s8-89p or a and May a a Kasidas Tipa. Isons Francis and Wil t Spring Rev. John Kimball pastor conducted the service. Burial was in Glover cemetery beside the remains of her late husband. Or. An Ltd mrs. Basford had been for Many Yeara Consi it members of the m. E. Church. Of a Large family of children she is survived by three daughters and two sons mrs. Clara Sawyer of Albany. L. P t to Settie Ine of. Winson estate. I. E. Rash executor Soos sons of for Village farm �3.3 in want of several tub line his household effects to Spring-1355. And w. G. Basford of acres Eood Bildin. Electric �?�.3 our Orl Plant and week. A re end s list 16-20p Albany �9r s.yle�?50 cords about three four foot Wood at r. R. Sid 14 Miles North of Newport $8.50 pm re f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Cour a a a Glover. 7tf nixs.yle�?2 rebuilt Ford Road touring with starter 2 a built touring. These cars vol Quot Quot Quot Quot a �"sjsdl�sp.nr5rloajj,.vt.�d.ro� o. A a visitor in new 16-19 memorial services Are planned it it a a j part Friday. Sunday May 23. I by red Brown has returned Home word has a Ved Tefu it a North Troy. Mrs Mary George and Mackenzie Craig returned Home saturday. Ronae Cara i a try in Lawson Newport. 16tf a a Roherty jul be sold at. To b3n Torrati picture entertainment a hotel Sanon for the r . For 1511�8 i napkins. A a hair Bles. No joke Witk Quot 1 cd ale or Charr ii sugar and Apple looking to Chest and car Nis Rui no water Good House ind. Bra a acres sugar and a att to a nning water. Good House Trurnit. Only two Miles from bar Penters. Silver Ware tin in tewa is stoves band a pm it jokes that the 3w Tor is leaving Vixina each Veek Erow it Imp cramping and other Vanada much some Quarry on pro. Also 180 we a Islwyn trial Ami Stosl of a land pasture. Pm. Sled when to sower i advertisers bring re. Barton. 16tf bin Arton cd Vator Quot or option. I wed esd re Ock is Ltd pages to Quot tical except in extra a it. Are doing our Best in lost hot h graduation. Can in Good close the estate. F. S to a a a a air in 18-19we Are doing our Der the circumstances. There this i a the Church is a Fine a to Send a portion of Jour Baths. Lets All there next sunday. Mrs. Malinda Mitchell who has a been working for or. C. E. Chamberlin has returned to her Home. I go to Barton to hear Richard Patten manager of n. E. P. A., tuesday May 10th, at 10 of clock a. Miss Mildred Burbank was the a Leader at the Epworth league sunday Ali a miss Miles is to be the Ler for next sunday night. The picture show at newtons Hall saturday evening will be William mrs. John Wellman returned to her Home in Springfield sunday night. Mrs. Alton Maynard of Hardwick is at the Home of her father Here for a few Days. Friends of t. Gallagher of Craftsbury Are glad to learn that he is improving. J. T. Sinon who has been confined to the House for the past two weeks is improving slowly. Or. And mrs. Richard Rogers of Glover visited her parents or. And mrs. Lafont sunday. Or. And mrs. Ray twombly were called to Orleans saturday on account of the illness of his Mother. Carl Story has finished work for Fred i it Aniels and will visit friends in town for the next two weeks before returning to his Home in Chelsea mass. Mrs. Fred twombly who has been under treatment at Orleans died sunday. A More Exten Tice next week. Mrs Andy Callahan who has been caring for her Mother mrs. Morle spent the week end at her Home 1 Tunbridge mass., leaving her Mother much better. The girls of the r. C. Society held an entertainment and Box supper at the Home of or. Blanchard saturday evening. A very enjoyable evening was spent. The proceeds were $20,80. Irasburg i. S. Drew is quite ill. Arlene Chamberlain is ill. Miss Eunice Wheeler is still con Fine it to the bed mrs. John Berkwitz has been on the sick list the past week. A daughter was born to or. And mrs Louis Aiken Friday. Rev. C. A. Adams of Danville was a visitor in town yesterday. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Harley Taylor monday. Mrs. W a. Winget has been quite ill with bronchitis the past week. The town Hall saturday. Adv. Miss Cassie Seavey spent the first of the week with friends in Brown Egton. Rev. G. L. Wells of Richford was 1 guest at g. W. Russells monday night. Walter Houston has gone to Low Ell town. Me., to work for the realty lumber co. Mrs. Frank Fletcher spent last week with her daughter in St. Johns Bury Center. C. E. Towne left saturday for his work with the realty lumber co., in Lowell town me mrs. W. Winget is quite seriously ill and nurse Bennett of St. Johns Bury is caring for her. Mrs. Fred Lothrop of Newport spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. I. S. Drew. Bert Drake and miss Rena Tice were married at the m. E. Parsonage by Rev. A g. Suitor monday. New England telephones were installed in the Home of c. A Nichols and the Creamery last week. The woman a Home missionary society made and presented 31 May baskets to the sick and shut ins. The Welcome sound of the Parker Young Mill whistle was heard for the first time in Many weeks yesterday. To Barton to hear Richard Patten manager of n. E. P. A., tuesday May 10th, at 10 of clock a. Or. And mrs. Marshall Freehart returned Friday from Arlington mass., where they have spent the Winter. Mrs. Prudence prance fell recently and was quite badly injured and the past week she has been suffering from the Grippe. Or. And mrs. G. W. Russell entertained the new pastor Rev. Wood i Over sunday. Mrs. W Ood and four daughters arrived yesterday. Wilfred Messier has gone to West Burke to do Blacksmith work and mrs. Messier and daughter Are with her parents Here for a time. A. E. Harlow and e. A. Pike Purchase a Republic ton truck for the Jersey sur Creamery while in Boston and drove it Home. The Village school is observing mothers week and will have a special program Friday afternoon to which the parents and friends Are invited. Or. Glover a picture show Friday night will be William Hart in a Wolf Lowry with a comic reel by fatty a buckle. Adv. Rev s. G. Suitor and family left saturday for his new Cage in East Burke and East Havel the i. And teachers. Included in the amount a is $1 donated by John Berkwitz. The Community was saddened to learn of the death of mrs. Fred twombly which occurred at the Orleans Hospital Early sunday Morni Fig. Funeral services were held at her late Home tuesday afternoon. A More extended notice will be Given next week. A Church notes Epworth league thursday evening 7.30. Choir rehearsal rimmed me r charge i Avo Kufa by after the service. Choir members please note the change and plan to attend. Sunday will be observed As mothers Day with appropriate Sermon and music. Everyone is most cordially invited and it is hoped the attend Nob will be Large. Sunday school at 12 m. Sunday evening Praise and preaching service at 7.30. Glover Quot William Wylie is entertaining his son from Groveton n. Mrs. Villa Rich is in St. Johnsbury with her Friend. Miss Lucy French. Mrs. Anna Martin who is ill at her Home is a Little More comforte a this writing. Howard Bickford returned to his Home saturday after having a slight operation performed in Boston. Or. And mrs. Guy Aldrich were called to Lyndonville tuesday to tend the funeral of his daughter in Law. Mrs. Willard Leonard has return to Glover for the summer after spen it ing some months in Chicago and Washington. Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kimbsll morning worship 11 a. Sunday school 12 m. Next sunday evening there will be a Praise service at 7�sj0, led by mrs. Olive m. Kimball. Next sunday morning. Rev. Frances Kimball of Alstead n. H., sister of the pastor will preach in Community Church. The woman s Union will serve a May dinner in the vestry Friday. The May party Given by the woman s Union to the children of the Community was a very successful affair. More than 40 children under 12 years of age were present. Games were played under the direction of mrs. Harriet Bickford and refreshments of ice Cream wafers and cake were served by mrs. Dora Lyon mrs. Mattie Spaulding and mrs. Gertrude Merriam. Mies Thelma Phillips was crowned Queen of the May

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