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Barton Orleans County Monitor Newspaper Archives May 5 1920, Page 5

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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor. May 5, 1920 Page three Donia county i to. Methodist brotherhood in St. To Harv is having a remarkable Lei but. A bring. To new members re it a Fato tatted at the april meeting. Of the Union Church at a i tuition in bankruptcy has been filed for re it w. Hill of Lunen a a assets of 5 of which $300 is claimed exempt and liabilities of $789. These Are mostly accounts with St. Johns Bury merchants. Employees of the Fairbanks scale res in St. Johnsbury Are planning to organize a big athletic association to provide. Biesesi Quot sports. Charles charge of All athletics of the organization. T a. Methodist Church of St. To Bury jul erect plus year in Obdia a memorial Chapel of the late Bishop Parker. Bishop Parker was a missionary m India for Over 50 years while Thev Las a at p these lights Are Complete with Case Batty and bulb. Your Choice in Nickle plate Fildi Giusi Metal finish or Blade Meta finish. As this is a very special Sale and the Supply of a a Kwik utes very limited. Come Earty dealers will not be allowed to buy these ughes. Only one of each Type to a purchaser we can not accept Telephone or mail orders. No de veries will be made. Every Light also Intel guaranteed. These ughes Seu for As much As $2.55 at other stores. Saturday May 8th Only h. T. Seaver. Bus ton it Socony service a wide variety of mixtures is being sold under the name the Best Way to be sure that the gasoline you buy measures up to Quality the sign -.1 u relic but dealer standards is to buy from the dealers listed below. They sell Only Socony gasoline pure powerful. Look for the red White and Blue Socony sign. And the Orlds Best gasoline dealers who sell Socony motor gasoline North Troy Newport Field Albany Miles Glen Barton Barton garage Barron co., e. W. Barrows c. A. Amp son Crystal Lake garage Larabee a. A. Seaver h. T. Urie garage Coventry Benware Geo. J. Derby Berby garage Kimball a. W. St. Francis a. Derby line garage Hont j. A. 1 gangs garage Evansville Hunt g. Glover _ Walcott amp Lyon Irasburg to amp Ruu a Inget Wimam Lowell Parker c. N. Newport Buck f. Amp a m. Line a son e. Lawson. P. W. Unsay garage f. E. Moore c. R. Orleans motor co. Tripp w. E. True a Blanchard w Illis garage Newport Center Sumbun a co., j. G. Jacobs garage Parkhurst h. B. Cof. A. Orleans Orleans garage Park View garage twombly a Colton South Albany Martin j. G. South Troy Bryants garage Brock w. E. Wuts Thome b. L. Westfield Hitchcock h. B. West Charleston Holton a Weymouth West Glover Webster a. A. St. Johnsbury Field Barnet Euchrist Bros. Goodrich. J. A Rowe Brothers Walker a Brock conc two Bennett r. A Lonnie d. J Danville Morrillos garage East Barnet Galbraith a. G. Healey h. A. East Peacham Esden g. W East so Johnsbury Locke i. Miles Pond Fuller Bros. North Concord Rich w. North Danville Sanborn a. C. Passumpsic. Badger we. Bruce m. So Johnsbury Center fam Ham b. A. Mongeon f. A. St. Johnsbury Bronelle painting a decorating co Carr amp Palmer Comer garage i cd Amberia g. F. Con sell a son a a Healey amp Allen. Richards Vulcanizing was amp Busby garage c. E. Lyndonville Field East Burke Frazier Cari e. Webster a Kelley East Haven Bruce g. L. Lyndon Guild. A l. Morse w. T. Thompson e. U. Lyndon Center Hubbard c. W Auen h. Of Quot Eaton a co j. C. Leach f. Sutton Bundy. O. E. W est Burke tie Loek Roberts g. A Standard Oil and his wife mrs. Lois Parker spent last summer in St Johnsbury. She returned to India last fall and wrote a Short whue ago to Rev. George Martin pastor of Grace Church and asked that the sum of $150 be raised to build this Chapel. The building conditions Are unlike those in America and a Chapel can be built for this amount. The Hardwick town clerk gives comp Lafton of the Pollux figures for the year 1920. The list is made up of 751 names of which 40 Are exemptions making the taxable list of James a Mcdowell was called to Evansville last week on account of the death of his brother w Illimani. Inez and Velma Jones go to Boston this week for a month. Velma will Start for the West May 20th. The Grange contest closes this week. Several new members Are to join the Grange at the next meeting. Or. An h mrs. Samuel Mitchell and or. And mrs. Lyman Brown of Lyndon were Here to attend Esther Mcdowell a funeral. Or. And mrs Harold Brown and total Tex amounts a Rufus Tripp and family of Lyndon to $5122.50, and is divided As follows town us in Village. $3180.10 Village us $518.40, and the Academy school District tax $1424.00, making the Toul As above. The town us payers number 266. While the Village number 430, and the school District 422. West Burke mrs. Henry Bugbee spent sunday m St. Johnsbury recently. Mrs. Will Kidder of Derby visited at or. Kendrick a last week. B. Marshall was in St. Johnsbury during the past week. A. D. Fogg was a visitor in Lisbon n. H., the latter part of the week. The body of mrs. Mary Harvey was brought Here for burial last week. W. D. Miller of Troy was the guest of or. And mrs. W. R. Thurber last Friday. Calvin Wallace of Nixville p. Q., has been visiting his brother William Wallace. James Mcfarland and family of St. Johnsbury were week end visitors in town. Or. And mrs. S. D. Bugbee have one to live with their daughter mrs. Frank drown. Miss Celia Spencer is Home from Ler school in v\a.tham, mass., for a vacation of one week. Mrs. Or. Atwood and Little son Norman of St. Johnsbury spent several Days at l. G. Roundy s during the past week. Mrs. Ray Smith has been moved to the Home of her aunt mrs. Frank counter for a while. She remains about the same. Mrs. Wallace Houghton mrs. Achsa Turner and mrs. Annie Kenney of Lyndon were in town on saturday to attend the w. R. C. Dinner. Frank Smith of Haverhill mass., and mrs. Pearl Donahue of Montpelier were called Here last week by the death of mrs. Harvey or. Smiths Mother. Miss Marion Parker has been critically ill and is not Able to sit up at All yet. She has been working too hard in school and suffered a serious nervous breakdown. A. D. Fogg has been building an addition to his House which will give him an of lace on the second floor and give miss Humphrey the room so greatly needed in her store. Mrs. Carrie Colby entertained the woman a club at her Home last thursday afternoon. An interesting paper on Vermont was read by the president mrs. Belle Howland and several other readings were enjoyed. Maurice Porter and family of win Throp mass., Are Here for the summer and will occupy rooms in f. T. Porters House. Or. Porter is a tra a veiling Man but will be Able to be at Home Over sundays most of the time i mrs. Annie Fairbrother Burton i Gray and mrs. Minnie Haggle went to St. Johnsbury on wednesday even were Here to attend the funeral of mrs. Dean Mcdowell sunday. The Community was greatly saddened thursday night when the news went out telling of the death of Esther Randall Mcdowell. She was the daughter of or. And mrs. T. N. Randall and had been married less than two years. She will be greatly missed and the family have the sympathy of the entire Community. Sutton mrs. Huse is on the retired list with Lumbago. Mattie Carpenter is working for mrs. Abbie Switzer. Or. And mrs. Albert Hanna of Barton visited at Dana la claims sunday. Albert Clark moved to his farm on May 1st, which he has rented the past year. Lena Laclair has been on the sick list and under the doctors care the past week. Mrs. Eber Watson is staying a few Days in St. Johnsbury with her Uncle who is soon to go away. F. A. Holmes is just getting out of doors after his Long confinement from having a leg amputated. His Many friends Are very glad to see him out again. Rev. George Chambers preached _ memorial Sermon for Rose Brown who died last fall with diphtheria. Her father Joe Brown and Sisters and three Brothers were All present. The services were held at the Baptist Church sunday. A there was a Young Man up to Glover when his girl had a headache head love or so he bought her a ring at Hutchins by Jing and now he says she will recover. Main Street commissioners notice estate of Allen b. Speir the rider signed a uni been a Polit Ltd by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. Com m is Slon eks. To receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Allen b. Spell late of Glover in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby drive notice that the will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the harness shop of Mark Johnson in the town of Glover in said District on the 15ih Day of May and 2nd Day o f act. Next from one of clock p. Until four o clock p. M., on each of said Days and that six months from the a the Day of april a. D. 1520. Is the time limited a Gay said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. I it ated at Glover. It this la the Day of april. A. D. 1520. A. P. Bax. W. Joh sox. 1� commissioners the weather seems to be against us but we Are receiving hot weather hats each Day this week. You Are invited to Call and see the new things for summer thursday Friday and saturday mrs. C. L. Hutchins wrong Aid of the Square Barton Vermont a it we Are exclusive agents for we invite householders generally to Call and see samples of these finishes every product guaranteed for Quality and service. Walcott amp Lyon Glover it. To 2 t. Jonns Dury on Rte Nesnay eting of last week to attend a feel of the o. E. S. Mrs. Ruggles d. G. Installed their officers at that time. Rev. W. F. Hill has returned to us for another year and we Hope we shall have pleasant sundays from now on and that More people will attend Church and sunday school than were seen out during the cold Stormy weeks of the Winter. I m s. Mary go53, department pres-1 ident of the w r a visited the West Burke corps on tuesday afternoon of a last week. A pleasing program was enjoyed by All and mrs. Is was presented with a be Tifful bouquet of carnations by the West Burke ladies the r. C. Cleared Over $20 at their May Day dinner saturday Jav Yorkjr Sheffield Sabra Wyman of Albany was Home last week. Mahala Stevens is very poorly with rheumatism. Glen Pearl of Lyndonville was Home Over sunday. 3irs Loren Ayer is at j. S. Ches Leys being care for. Fanny Griffin has returned to her Home in by. Johnsbury. Rena Bickford is Wong in the Independent Telephone office. Y s a Jones will take his meals at j. Schesley a while mrs. Jones is away. 1 electric lights Are now in the Hall a and also in a the houses that Are wired. Berton Brown fell from a Load of j Hay saturday and Cut his head quite Eddie Sheldon we in new Wrt saturday to attend the funeral of a i Cousin. I the Young child of Rev and or j b. Stewart was quite sick last wee but is better now. A w g Hanscom is Able to be out and about his business in the interest of the Telephone company. I i Gladys Gray and Margaret hol Thom who Are working in Lyndon Ivilue were in town sunday. I w j Smith was called to Stan Nard last week on account of the death of his brother David. Or and or. Jameson and Dell Hill a of a Onville attend the funeral of Eshter Mcdower sunday. When com pair surprises a it Fineto ohm Allenwood it will pay now As never before a to Trade that old stove for an up to the minute Glen Wood. Call and see them and you will understand at h. T. Seaver Whipple French a co Orleans

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