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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans Grunt Monito 49 no. Is Barton Vermont wednesday May 5, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Miscellaneous a great event for Dairyman. Richard Pattee manager of the Call for state Republican convention classified advertising this a per word for first insertion Ord Thart r. Cashar tier to a Recti new England milk producers association will Bee in Barton tuesday strayed came to my place on april 20. Male dog Black with tan Points. W. K. Devereaux Orleans. 18-2 0p May 11. At Batchelder s Hall at 10 o clock a. Newport tuesday May Orleans county towns entitled to49 delegates in convention which elects National presidential delegates. 11th at school Hall at 7.30 o clock p. Barton Academy notes. Alumni Hall was crowded in spit of the inclement weather for the improvement club prize speaking con test t wednesday evening april 28th.ihe members of the contest All spoken an admirable manner. The glee club rendered two splendid selections featuring miss Miles in the second number. The Schubert club Plave before the speaking began and while the judges were deliberating after thelast speaker. The first prize five Dol lars in Gold was awarded to mis Savis of ,t?yt0. Theorize was two dollars and a Farmers notice shall not take Stock monday May 10. W. . Law m. Worth Xoy Lue Saay. May nth. Congregational Church note Rev. A j. Hutchinson. Pastor 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon an appreciate pm of All mothers especially invited. 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Subject evening service 7 p. Opens with a song service. Sermon topic a Square study on thursday at 7.30 a m. For Sale at 2 o clock p. Come to one of these. Meetings and get acquainted int be few Good boxes for a Monitor Osce. 16tf with or. Patten and hear what he Hasto say. Several matters of vital in Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-1 1. Daniel 7. The Republican state convention to elect eight delegates and eight alternates to the Republican National convention will be held in Montpelier wednesday May 26. To j. N f. A. The right kind of a hold a p. There is no room no need no Rea son for printing much about this great drive for funds to finance a boys and girls club Leader for or leans 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 gift shave been used. Don t you want to help this cause with a Dollar or two your neighbor has there is still a Chance to be counted among those who want our boys and girls to do better things under proper guidance by achieving something in the Home in agriculture in the crafts something Worth is what two of the contributors below said in sending their bit or. Williams of Morgan Center says if you Are shortfall . N. Conna of Newport Center writes this is. The right kind of a Ortance to milk producers will Bele Nice Hay. Zina do Baas by Barton. 9tf discussed.15tf notice to sugar makers i f a k " 11 of i 0r Sale one Man farm. L a Porter Coventry. 17-1 9 t t0 Yot to2r half in Gold was won by Ralph my Delegate for each political uni either syrup or packages. Barrels. Nor t1t. Am in Ahi Tinl u Surprise visit to Rev. And really and truly Surprise occurred selection from Jules at the methodist parsonage last eve furnished if prices quaran Caesar and honorable mention was 100 votes and each fraction of 100. Batchelder made of miss Florence Cook s ren votes cast for the publican Candi Dering of to t j r a fatal of Thi Tafa 1ort? ii 1q1r ro0 s Fine driving harness r Xiv Saddle. John Mclellan 17-1 8 ing when during the temporary absence of Rev. Turner and his family Between 30 and 40 of their friends Earter. The Call is signed by the rep Blithe judges were sunt. E. A. Hamil can state committee of which t. 5 be Duroc Jersey pigs i Rhea. E. S. Kelley Orleans. O Rouke of Derby is the Orleans and parishioners took Possession of their Home and upon their return re minded them that when a couple have. Farmers notice shall not buy Stock monday May 10. Forsake four High Grade Jersey cows fresh in milk. Shall be at store House on monday May 10 from11 to 3 o clock to take in syrup. Both phones. C. S. Dodge Orleans Law county member. Ton of Newport mrs. Ralph Howes Oft. Johnsbury and Prin. W. Rob Inson of Orleans. The Academy cleared about $35. The material for the school pub Orleans county will Send delegates hold up. Completed 15 years of married life Inas follows previously acknowledged $1001.00peace and Harmony it is fitting to cel methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor " Mother s Day will be observed next sunday May 9. The pastor will preach an appropriate Sermon. Mothers with Small children we wish to attend the service next Sun Day morning Are invited to bring their babies to the Church where they willbe Well cared for by the Young ladies of mrs. Hibbard s 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 Albany 2 f0?. Sale Ford car in Good con four Good tires. L. R. Lew a c. E. Buswell. Barton 1.00lication, the Orange and the Black Barton berate the event. The Groom was discovered at the band rooms but has gone to the Sale i will sell at my l1 w. A. Merriam Glover 1.00j. F. Batchelder Barton 5.00when brought Home and impressed the first baseball game of the sea for Sale 300 cords of Wood Brownington Charleston Coventry Lewis Brothers Morgan 1.00with the fact that the occasion meant100 of it dry. Lei. Is i b. J. Williams. Morgan Center 2.00orleans. A Ltd something to him he entered into the festivities with alacrity and Harry Merri. Home in a Rowington Center monday May 10, at 1 o clock my household goods table chairs stoves dishes Couch miscellaneous articles. Harry Dickens auctioneer. Viola Crandall 17-ls p b. B. Stevens East Charleston 1.00 Carl Philbrook Greensboro 2.00judging from the breadth of every f. S. Phillips West Glover 1.00 son is to be played on the Fairground on wednesday with North Troy High school. The Date of the Junior play arose o Plymouth town has been definitely set for May 26th. The surface of the Tennis court is being treated with a layer of Fine Stone followed by much rolling. The agricultural class has begun for Sale on River Road in g Etc farm owned by Helen is e. Price $4000. 1&-2-0 f0? Sale farm of ss5 acres. Body s countenance an exceptionally pleasant social time was enjoyed by All the musical artists present entertained the company for a time. A mrs. Llva j. Heyer Newport Leader Memphra Magog boys and girls club 5.00 a. E. Harlow Irasburg 3.00 d. G. Mcfarlane Greensboro to crafts Bury 3 Derby 5glover 3 Greensboro 2 Holland 2 Irasburg 3 Jay Llowell 2 Morgan 2 Newport 5 Troy 3 Westfield 2 Westmore 2 mrs. Matilda Hanson Solo. It is a Little baby boy by dry pc insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil Lage real estate. Any one having Vil Lage real estate they wish to sell Call on f. W. Baldwin Barton. S9tf master Wesley and his sister Miriam,17-1 9pver. Bendat the piano were thoroughly a reminder of the Happy Occa Home project work. " the projects stated to Date Are As follows Lyle Sion and a slight Token of the High Harold c Hause Orleans Crystal Lake Grange Barton 2.00 2.00 1.00 15.00 14.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 for Sale Willis piano in first a condition. Easy terms to right parties. Box so Orleans. Ls-20 p for Sale 14 new Milch cows at the Meadow farm. & c. R. Taplin Orleans. Law v v 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 at o clock. The teacher training class will meet this week on wednesday evening at7 o clock. S. S. Hill Sylvester s. Hill who moved his family to the Home of the late a about two months ago died there monday after Many months of illness. was born in Sutton p. April 29, 1868. When a Young mane came to the states and married Mary l. Lapete of this town at Stan Stead a. Q. April 26, 1893, and soon after went to Charleston and resided five years since which time he has Farmers notice Spring i bean four pigs Ray Smith one pig work has begun and it is your Busy Raymond May two pigs Floyd in to 43 hens Ralph May 3b hens i will buy your carcasses the 7 year around Calfskin and hides. Al Gilbert Macie 30 hens Aldrich Alex Irasburg Village school. A. Andrus Albany. T. Anderson Glover n. C. Barry Orleans presented to them. Both or. And so will pay following prices for junk t i r. I i mrs. Turner expressed feelingly their 49 the whole number of delegates inthe convention will be 672. It is expected that Leonard Wood the leading Republican candidate for the presidential nomination will address the 3c a piano my for cum bags 7c magazines let me get your i brass plates indicating the doners appreciation and gratitude for the gifts and what they and charge the phone to me. Of pictures have been placed upon to refreshments in abundance were Geo. Bradford sr., Newport ctr. 1.00a. Grout Newport 5.00mrs. A Regan North Troy 1.00c. A. Brown Newport 3.00a. G. Lunna North Troy 2.00e. N. Connal Newport ctr. 10.00 Joseph Courcy Irasburg 5.00austin i. Blake Lowell 2.09 i. Solomon. Water Street both phones of the recently obtained pictures. Served by the ladies and at a lat hour the company separated wit Barton. 16tf j the Academy is to furnish the in j. S. Chesley. Who has sent a memories that will linger of a Happy wanted month in the sugar Bush of or. La and profitable , has engaged to work for r. P. Uig i aug ii Ike Friday night. The program will con Sist of selections by the glee club recitations by the members of the prize speaking stagehand the Reading of papers on agricultural subjects. A Webster the coming season. For Sale eggs for hatching. White Wyandotte $1.50 for 15 eggs. S. Webster Orleans. 15-1-8 for Sale first class 200-eg g Hrc Bater. Let water heated. Also two 3x5 fact Brooder. Harry Manley Irasburg. 17-1 9 for Sale non setting barred Rock a is for hatching $1.00 for 15 a. Stone 24-2 2. 17-1-9 for Sale Good Green Mountain 5rd potatoes s3.50 per Bushel while by last g. L. Bark Ford she5eld. 17-1 8p Elrick 18tfwanted live poultry. Tarton. Hart in Wolf Lowry with a comic reel by fatty Arbuckle. Harriet Austin nurse has returned from Boston mass., with her the annual meeting of the Albany Chas. Lapierre Greensboro 3.00p. W. Baird Barton 2.00 r. C. Stevens West Glover 1.00 Geo. F. Lewis Morgan 1.00lee r. Miller Westfield 1.00 Lucian j. Elie Newport 1.00 Maple Valley Grange Albany 10.00a. C. Cheney Albany 1.00j. C. Carpenter Irasburg 1.00j. G. Martin so. Albany 5.00 patient mrs. B. Orcutt of will wanted Roll or Fiat top Box 32, Orleans. 17-1-8p cemetery association will be held Inorg by who has been in a Hospital the vestry of the congregational there Lor treatment. Church Albany Friday at 7.30. All Barton local notes a. J. Williams is sick with the Grippe. Mrs. A. S. Redfield is having her Tea Vern if Man to rat and those interested Are requested to a George e. King and son Ralph a Peel Spruce pulp. F. R. Hastings . Wright and or. And mrs. G. Made his Home in this town first of a farm and later in the Village. is survived by a Willow and four Chil Dren Arthur of Hardwick dem once Gladys and Cora of this town. The funeral will be from st. Paul s Church thursday Forenoon at 10 o clock. Congregationalists completing quotas m. Taplin director of the congregational world movement drive i Orleans county reports that details Are just beginning to reach him an that some Are not Complete but there is every indication that every congregational Church in the county with one possible exception will reach its most of them having already Uota so. Complete reports will be made in this paper As soon Asthon final figures Are obtainable. re ports great enthusiasm from nearly every place. Perley attended the funeral of Chester h. E. Morrill Island Pond. 1.00dana Fuller no. Troy 2.00r. King at his late Home in Pas sump sic on saturday. Joseph brow Albany 1.00 for Sale five passenger Ford car in perfect condition. Newly rated. Price reasonable. Ralph Eara Blet tel 213- 3, Newport. 16tf manager Cassidy of Barton s 1920 Henry Brooks Isar on. " wanted Job and team work. Tel 34--5. V. O. Miles Barton. 18-1-9 wanted girl or woman for counter and table work at once. Nor Mandy cafe Barton. Carpenters wanted five baseball team reports a schedule of games with teams from the surround in the obituary among the Albany items you will find a space where a name should be inserted. Please in Sert the following name Wallace Dow of Hardwick. The burial service of Emma l. Dow Barstow who died in water Bur Jan. 19th, was held at the Vil Lage cemetery saturday afternoon May 1st, Rev. W. E. Craig . Barstow was a daughter of Luther c. And Lovina Dewey Dow. During her married life she lived in buildings painted. G. C Lang is having his House on Church Street painted. Rev. J. P. Garfield of Rochester n. In was in town last week. The Bank will be closed saturday afternoons until further notice. The w. C t. U. Will meet with mrs. J a. Pearson on tuesday afternoon May 11. J. Mccaffrey of Lyndonville spent the week in d with or. And mrs. Fop. Sale Day of d Chicks from Good laying Strain of Rhode Island re is2oc each. Mrs. F. A. Hunt ii Subarton. Law ing towns fast being completed and every Prospect for a Good team. The schedule will not begin until Well into june. What can we All do to help finance the boys get Busy. Think a. A. Griggs & son Lowell. Hammond my indies Falls " 1.00. 1.00 Charles h. Wilson Orleans 1.00 mrs. J. Wright Barton .1.00a. R. White Greensboro 2.00f. W cutting Barton 5.00e. L. Clark Glover 2.00 Leslie m. Clark Glover 1.00 Floyd l. Clark Glover. 1.00 h. A. Phillips West Glover 1.00 Moh. Capable men eight hour aay16tfjervah & Corkins Newport. And act. For Sale two Story House Good Tara and Cne third of land. House tas seven rooms and Bath in Good wanted fresh eggs and mondays at Orleans express. S. Kelley Orleans. Ltd the committee having in charge Thessis Sofij s Barron s tues Dow in Earl life. Those from out rape. Near Peerless and depot in j Peter Cote. Of town attending the funeral were wanted three 25 to 50 cow j tvo on annl Tnp Stinst of the after $1140.00 wishes of their Many friends go with them to their new Field of labor. A collection was taken in the Village school Friday morning for boys and girls club work in the county. Four teen dollars was Given by the pupils and teachers. Included in the amount Oarren Village. Inquire mrs. I. Barton. 17-1 9 Day evening with c. F. Cutler chair Man in charge. Reports showed that st tide a lab will be held with mrs. Ida Cutler thursday May 6. Or. Dow of Hardwick and judge an mrs. Miles of Barton. East Albany Irvin Martin is working for Julius Dorothy Gish in out of Luck at the town Hall saturday. Adv. Farms. Lambert Lussier & Orleans phone 107-1 4. 17-1 9p wanted Calfskin car5f and horse hides also All kinds or in apr st Barton. Both Fop. Sale plenty of sawdust and slab Roo d at our Brownington Cen Ter Mill Skinner lumber co. 18-1-9p miss Cassie Seavey spent the first of the week with friends in Brown the quota of $1200 for the local Church was nearly raised with some persons not yet visited. The quota will be reached. Nearly $300, or one Quarter of the quota has already been paid in. Another of our Long time citizens mrs. Basford a quiet Home Loving woman died suddenly on april 14th at the Home of her son in Sheffield after walking from her room and Din the adjourned meeting of the woman s literary club will be held tonight with mrs. Frances Seaver. Subject books of the year. Crystal Lake is giving up some splendid fish. Since saturday two seven Pounders and several smaller fish have been taken from its Waters by local fishermen. For Sale 100 acres tillage sell this land in lots of one acre or More or less. W. B. Telfer Bart on. 14tf. 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 is $1 donated by John Berkwitz. The Community was saddened learn of the death of mrs. Fred twombly which occurred at the or leans Hospital Early sunday services were held at her late Home tuesday afternoon. A More extended notice will be Given next week. Church notes Epworth league thursday evening at 7.30. Choir rehearsal immediate i. Cu1w1"" " in. Wanted to do Plain washing a Lincoln Avenue. Mrs Clar Amy Home on Smith Barton. Lip wanted to engage table girl fourth of july Fromor the summer to october 15th. Pay $5.00 p tin. Warfare allowed one or. Billodeau has moved his fam ing with the family at noon although she had been in poor health for some Fly from the Woodman House on main eur pro to the Douglas Lester tenement time. Cynthia Adalmer Magoon Wasington. Rev. G. L. Wells of Richford was a guest at g. W. Russell s monday night. Walter Houston has gone to Low Belltown me., to work for the realty lumber co. Mrs. Frank Fletcher spent last week with her daughter in st. Johns Bur 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 Bur is caring for her. Mrs. Fred Lothrop of Newport for Sale practically new Bab we a covered Carriage. Ford roads Ter torpedo Type 1911 Model Clar ice Phillips Glover. 18-1-9 for Sale Light Ford deliver Truci with top and curtains. In Good Encl tin. I n to mini co. Or a. C Syf for. J Fayew nue gently vacated i to in st. Alban she junej9,to18.canadainjkh act Stan h. 1s-19 p Early girlhood and was there United in marriage Toby Charles clog3ton. Friends in town sunday. Jessie Centebar of Newport visited her parents Here last week. Harold Longe has gone to Monroe n. H., where he has employment. Mrs. John Wellman returned to her Home in Springfield sunday night. Mrs. Alton Maynard of Hardwick t Ort a cow Erv of the Congre 16tf Willard c. Basford june 5, lab. They moved to Derby and later to this town where he died july 17, 1918, after a Long illness. The funeral was Fem at Glover Community Church and wanted to engage table girl fourth of july Fromor the summer to october 15th. Pay $5.00 Peewee besides tips. Warfare allowed one was a w Sawyer the Fairview North Woodstock n. 49-5 0? for Sale second Hatt d Ford. 1 by after the service. Choir members please note the change and plan to attend. Sunday will be observed As Moth ers Day with appropriate Sermon and music. Everyone is most cordially invited and it is hoped the attendance will be Large. Sunday school at 12 m. Sunday evening Praise and preach ing service at 7.30. Glover William Wylie is entertaining his son from Groveton n. Is at the Home of her father Here for a few Days. Spent the week in d with her parents v i. R r friends of t. Gallagher of Riv ten to engage table girls air. Ana Iris. O. Drake and miss Rena Tice National Church will meet to clean the Church wednesday May 12ji. Ladies please bring their dinner and come As Early As convenient. The Cool Cloudy weather of the past two weeks has Given Way to Cool Clear weather. Tuesday night the thermometer registered so Low that a the Sheet of ice formed across Crystal Lake. 3lr. And mrs. George Goodro and Francis and Willard of Spring Field Are visiting relatives m a r to a. Or. Goodro is ship for its Suin Mer from fourth of july in Tver week were married at the m. E. Parsonage Rev. John Kimball pastor conducted the service. Burial was in Glover cemetery beside the remains of her late husband. Or. And or s. Basford had been for Many years consistent members of the m. E. Church. Of a Large family of children she is sur Vived by three daughters and two sons mrs. Clara Sawyer of Barton to my role Wilson of Albany h. L. Tip Caria re allowed one by Rev. S. G. Suitor monday. New England telephones were in stalled in the Home of c. Nichols Way. A. W. Sawyer. We and Hae d Chevrolet of Exchange for cows. Charles Gay. Orleans. 38 of auction Sale there will be a d at Public auction in front of Crystal Lake hotel in Barton Mon a a May 17, 1920, at 10 o clock a. M., Leo to Settle the Geo. Inson estate. L e. Rash executor. 18-1 9p Jor Sale Small Village farm acres Good buildings electrician House and barn. Village located in Irasburg , Irasburg Box 119. 16-2 0p North or. Villa Rich .3 in st. Johnsbury with her Friend miss Lucy French. Mrs. Anna Martin who is ill at her ping his household effects to Spring Home is a Little More comfortable at this writing. Basford of Glover Robert c. Mills of Lowell mass., and a. G. Basford of Sheffield. Albany David Burbank is sick with a seat our the same. Howard Bickford returned to his Craftsbury Are glad to learn that heis 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 Daniels 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 Hospital died sunday. A More extended no Tice next week. Mrs. Andy Callahan who has been caring for her Mother mrs. Morley Home saturday after having a slight for Ais none Foreman several other Good men and operation performed in cold. Or. And mrs. Guy Aldrich were tones in Uriel. i Ora n and the Creamery last week. The woman s Home missionary society made and presented 31 May baskets to the sick and shut in s. The Welcome sound of the Parker Youn g Mill whistle was heard for the first time in Many weeks yesterday. Go to Barton to hear Richard Patten manager of n. E. P. A., tuesday May 10th, at 10 o clock a. Or. And mrs. Marshall fret Hart returned Friday from Arlington mass., where they have spent the win Ter. Mrs. Prudence prance fell recently and was quite badly injured and the past week she has been suffering from called to Lyndonville tuesday to at m in n r r in la us j m Field tni3 veer a. Memorial Day exercises will Lebarton this year simnarfo7ormer years. Rev. J deliver the decoration Day and for or of monday May 31 and Union memorial services Are planned on sunday May 23. Word has been received from mrs. Lucy Atanasoff that she arrived i March 27, just four is fsr he Day e Sailem t v i tvo spa a Ovate was a 16-1-9 tend the funeral of his daughter in Sale 50 cords about three a. Dry four foot Wood at r. R. Sid. R 14 Miles North of Newport. $8.502 cd of o. B. Cars. Guy Cour a Stulov Law. . Willard Leonard has returned to Glover for the summer after spend w. E. Craig was a visitor in new port Friday. Mildred Brown has returned Home from North Troy. Morri3 Nelson is visiting hi3 brother Duran at this Village. Mrs. Mary George and Mackenzie Craig returned Home saturday. The Valley garage is again opened Fop. Sale 2 reboot Ford Road ing some months in Chicago , on water at the Nye .hop,1?7 t.9 touring with starter 2 .i3 tonnes. These cars 2p so condition As they spent the week in a at Ner Nome Cambridge mass., leaving her Moth the Grippe. In Barton Cullu ? ,.is- 9 o clock and Stag 5 jct Oik and Sellig every sat Lia a thereafter until All Are ? no Perth will. Be sold Var assets at the of ouch one but she and the children stood the trip Well. Hotel Barton passed into the hands corporation Mon bar Toner and mrs. Davenport haying or much overhauled and ,Newport. 16tf or. And mrs. G. W. Russell Ensor the season Oien lines is m charge. A moving picture entertainment the girls of the r. C. Society held pertained the new pastor Rev. Wood Over sunday. Mrs. Wood and fourj1i"f"v i mrs. Mcdoug eggs for hatching an entertainment and Box supper atthe Home of or. Blanchard saturday was Given saturday night in jew tel re charge in their amass. Holt a of Huito it. evening. A very enjoyable evening was spent. The proceeds were $20.80.rented the Pierce it and on i tas follows itt Chepal to the property Are ton s Hall progressing rapidly. J e i a Viii api couches leather a daughters arrived Messier has gone to Wes Burke to do Blacksmith work an mrs. Messier and daughter Are Wither parents Here for a time. A. E. Harlow and e. A. Pike pur Ana is Movine Heets lace ??e1 pc Cocle rals $5 each tresses solicited. J. B. Good pj1 there this rugs matting,15 18 Napkin hair. Tables commodes of line. 1 the Church is a Fine place to of your sabbaths. Let s Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kimball morning worship 11 a. Sunday school 12 m. Next sunday evening there will be a Praise service at 7.30, led by m. Kimball. Next sunday morning Rev. Fran Ces 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 Wom an 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 refresh ments of ice Cream wafers and cake were served by mrs. Dora Lyon mrs. Mattie Spaulding and mrs. Gertrude Robetr. La talk and books pictures Chase a Republic ton truck for the Jersey Star Creamery while in bos ton and drove it Home.160 arro and Apple or look ing glasses sewing All be there next sunday. Mrs. Malinda Mitchell who has been working for mrs. C. E. Cham Berli n has returned to her Home. W Che to and car. Good House it a. Kind bras.2. In Phi. The Village school is observing of Only two Miles from bar Penter Ciler Ware tin mothers week and will have a special Iron Ware hand Oil stoves. Program Friday afternoon to which Irasburg i. S. Drew is quite ill. Arlene Chamberlain i3 ill. Miss Eunice Wheeler is still con fined to the bed. Mrs. John Berkwitz has been on the sick list the past week. A daughter was born to or. An 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 in Winget has been quite 111 with bronchitis the past week. I a snore Road. on property. Also 180 Ware Agate Ware no joke it s no joke that the Moni tor is leaving out much Adver Tising each Creek Crown my cramping and of thence distort it aits pages and omitting much timely material and still some advertisers bring copy to us wednesday no to use Stock makes added pages impractical except in extreme cases. We Are doing our Best under the circumstances. Go to Barton to hear Richard Patten manager of n. E. P. A., tuesday May 10th, at 10 o clock a. The parents and iriena3 Are mnteatf.01, and pasture. . Or. Glover s picture show Friday Riffa Barton. 16tf is rat will be William Hart in Wolf Rica Mildred Burbank was the Lowry with a comic reel by fatty Leader at the Epworth league sunday lost Arbuckle. . M133 Tine junes w w Nelos Leader for next bunday night. Lois of every description. To sum to w. Baldwin executor. Merriam. Miss Treinta Phillips was Rev. S. G. Suitor and family left saturday for his new charge in East Burke and East a vef the bes the picture show at Newton s evening will be William crowned Queen of the May. Yarri ,. Main Street neans o byte Messaline ribbon 7 inches k de for graduation. Can duplicated. Leave at post201 lol Orleans. 18-1-9 v

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