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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49�?no. 19barton, Vermont. Wednesday. May 12. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advertising will ice insert ii under thu word for first in it Elton. Word there after. Of ii a order. To adder to a a rvs a. If Fly Tirry Ltd sri for Sale it few Pood boxes for office. 16tf miscellaneous stray eel ame to my place on april 20, male dog Black with Tan posts. W. R. Devereaux Orleans. _ 18-20p paid Cash junk Baa sky Bali pm. For furs hides and Telephone 58-11. Daniel Za-9tf notice to sugar makers i a am in a portion to buy your sugar american legion Puy and dance. A from reveille to taps a is the toil to be put on in sea is Hall thursday evening for the refit of Barton Post no. 76, Amer in legion by the Lyndonville Post is comedy depicts a typical Day of the Soldier m France and was originated by the Lyndonville boys and played there by them with great Success. Notice of Republican town caucus. Notice is Given to the Republican voters of the town of Barton that a Republican caucus will be held at seavers Hall in Barton at 8 of clock p. On saturday May 15, to elect five delegates and five alternates to fall in line now Many have not pledged to boys and girls our fund who should do so. Many business firms in Orlea Feis the Republican state invention to be a county owe it to themselves and to held at Montpelier wednesday May the children of this county to give it. Something to this fund for financing notice is also Given that a re pub a county Leader for boys and girls of be Hay. Zina do father m up or packages. Barrels a 15tf furnished if desired. Prices Guaran a j a a teed. J. Batchelder Bartok 8tf a cat a Ore Man farm. L. I in a a constructed and staged a comedy Corenti. 17-19 Farmers will take Stock Mon i of interesting Situa Day. Will also take Maple sugar and and Good v axe two Good driving syrup at the Cary storehouse ad-1 m boys . Jenness. Barton. 19-20p Ivancin 22c per Pound on sugar a a of is he Dlly Stag o f its following the play there will be a dance. B. A. Wins opening game. The Academy baseball team opened their season by defeating North Troy High 11 to 3 on the Fairgrounds last to it to t t 1 ,. U ave pud a county Leader Tor Doys and gins High of committee for the ensuing dub work who have not been heard a of rows two years will be elected at this Cau from. People Are following the list _ of names published from week to r i ?2 per gallon on syrup and will pay Sale Fiji in weeks of highest balance above these Fig to t. Price is established. W. 4t-"3. P. D Walker Barton. Twp Gas for males $1.25 a set a. A Quot Hamilton Orleans. 19-20f 7, car in Good con Quot or Good tires. L. R. Lew-_14tf 5\le�?300 cords of Wood a of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Or Merrill Orleans. Lotf foe River Road in Home farm owned by Helen Price $4000. 16-20 ures we e. Hanson Barton. In Farmers notice shall buy Stock monday May 17. Shall buy Jarrup from eleven to three on above Date. Remember i am handling Dairy cows both buying and Selling. Y ours for business either Way. Dodge Orleans. In insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Village real estate. Any one having Vil age real estate they wish to sell Call in f. W. Baldwin Barton. 39tf farms we can save you Money. Looking for farms to suit you shops for Sal farm of 385 acres. Pond. Mrs. Matilda Hans j this and shoe factories paying Good r. 17-19p j wages will pay highest prices for what you raise. Best locality for All piano in first-1cl 5 edition. Easy terms to right Box 385, Orleans. 18-2 for Sale first class 200-egg reductions. Make Date. Chas. Hopkins amp co., 179 pleasant Street Claremont n. In Farmers notice a Spring 0 water heated. Also i a has begun and it is your Busy it 2x5 foot Brooder. Harry Manley j time. I will buy your carcasses the a be 7-19 j Wiear around Calfskin for setting 3c bags 7%cmaga Pic of is it chm $1.00 Fot 15 al of a Hundred. Let me get order and charge the a phone t pm file 94-22. 17-19 t Watt froot no slew Large Mosler Safe in i condition. Will sell or exp for smaller Safe. Weight mrs. Lilia now Glover. 195 and hides. Al a Aso will pay following prices for junk barred in Ltd it 7%c magazines _ your order and charge the a phone to me. I. Solomon water Street both phones. Barton. 16tf it a Ford in perfect condition. Newly Price reasonable. Ralph wanted wanted live poultry. Tarton. Elrick 18tf race reason Bible. Kalph i a be to. Buy cosset Tambs. Tel. 213-3, Newport 16tf Daisy Rogers foe Chicks from wanted-15 men to i laying Strain of Rhode Island a i. 25c each. Mrs. A. Hunt Henry Brooks. Barton. 18tf a so a a Barton. In wanted Job and team work. Tel. 34-5. V. O. Miles Barton. 18-19 with i for Sale two Story House Good \ i and one third of land. House of Lana. Nausea Ickford seven rooms and Bath in Good Dre Aker. Mrs. Helen Peerless and depot in j Barton j wanted girl or woman Poutu Sun a counter and table work at once. Nor a or. And mrs. Ellery Dunn on Mon Mandy cafe Barton. Lotf by. Carter Pic ing the opponents to three hits and not an earned run was scored against him. Valley made his first appearance behind the Bat and showed up Well. Smith Valley and Carter were the leading hitters of the Day while Hanson played a steady game at Short. Score by innings 123456789 rhe n. T. 001002000 3 3 8 Barton 11152010 11 11 2 improvement club notes five years old and we done to care who knows it. In Celebration of the event we have added to our fist of believers in Barton John t. Campbell _ a a h. R. Barron Alton Marsh Roy week wednesday. Smith John e. Durkin Albert Nault hed a Strong game hold Percy Nye Adrian Boivin Edgar Boi Vin nine husky hustlers All for Barton All the time. Preparations Are about completed for the biggest and Best lyceum course in years. Talent will be announced later. We will have some baseball outfits this season. Watch the boys make themselves known and the rooters make themselves hoarse. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a a Good 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service 7 p. Opens with a song service. Sermon topic a does it pay to be a All Are Welcome. Thursday at 7.30 p. Bible study and prayer meeting. A Call is dated at Barton May 8, week in the three county papers pub and signed by used by Gilpin. Hunt amp co., inc. A e. R. Cook group of representative men from the f. C. Brown county were recently discussing the c. E. Hamblet. I names of some business men who Republican town committee have not yet pledged for the work m which John receives a sword thrust is hoped that there will be a do you want to be among those Mboi a Rose s brother Phillippe de la Are left out of this great work there Are also hundreds of Indi Rose of Plymouth town. A a most charming ply a is the commonly heard expression of those who have seen the production to be presented by the Junior class of Barton Academy on tuesday evening. May 25th at seavers Hall. Laid at Plymouth in 1620, the life of the colonists is portrayed from the cheery Kitchen of Miles Standish to the brawling colonists of Wess Gussett. The Ever present danger of Indian raids is skilfully used to bring out the Best and the worst of the opposing characters of Garrett Foster and John Margeson. The love of one maid a your Rose a brings John and Garrett under the Spur of her Coquettis Ness to fight a rapier Duel Good turn out of voters. Barton local notes the weather continues very Cool. Clayton Hubbard is ill at Home. B. A. Junior play tuesday May 25th. Mrs. B. J. Jenness is quite ill with blood poisoning. Mrs. Stanley Archibald is working at hotel Barton. C. A. Silver was Home from Woods Ville Over sunday. Addison Smith is suffering with a Felon on his hand. I mrs. Elmer Lewis of West Glover was taken ill last week and could not come to care for mrs. King who is Oney Lafont is moving from the a improving. Mossman House to Coventry. Schuyler Bickford was a recent a nests of friends in Newport. Mrs. Anna Buck spent a few Days with friends in Newport recently. Mrs. Blanche Wilson is visiting at mrs. J. Elliott a for a few Days. A. Elliott of Newport was the guest of friends in town last week. Mrs. Zora Wheeler was Home from Auburn me., several Days recently. See the Bradford clothes shop $1 Day Sale on another Page of this Issue. Mrs. S. S. Hill returned to the Home of her son Arthur at Hardwick when he was Here last week for a few Days visit. Two degrees will be worked at the regular meeting of the i. O. O. F., tuesday evening and there will be in visuals in the county who have not sent in their Dollar or two who intend to do so. Do it now. Candidates for the position have been before the executive committee of the farm Bureau but the needed $2000 is somewhat Short As yet. Done to say you cannot give a bit. Cut out a few Gallons of Gas a few cigars a Box of Candy a movie show or two and give the saving for the Benefit of the youngsters. They Are not asking for it As a pleasure or luxury but just merely asking for help to help themselves learn to do things and do them in the right Way. All together now and lets shove this fund much higher. Previously acknowledged $1140.00 c. A. Norris Barton s. A. Hunt Barton Westfield Village school e. A. Dutton East Craftsbury a Barton Friend Echo school Charleston a Barton Friend j. T. Stevens West Glover w. W. Reirden Barton a. O. Austin Orleans c. L. Hutchins Barton Holland school no. 1 mrs. E. Flood Barton or. And mrs. A. P. Underwood Barton Noye while attempting to Stop the a a Ting is wounded. Under sentence of banishment from the Colony because of a Boyish escapade in stealing valuable com from the Fields of the colonists Foster returns worn out with the trip through the Snow and warns the colonists of a threatened Indian raid. saves the Colony later by a valiant defence at the stockade. Aunt Resolute Story at last receives the a one new sensation which she was unable to get in her life in London. Phillippe under the Tutelage of imaginative Foster plucks up courage in a most amusing scene to speak his love to Miriam chilling Lej the play Barbara throughout Indish wife to Miles portrays skilfully the Char Acter of the Early settlers and spec 1.00 rally the heroism and self sacrifice 1.00 of the women of that time. 5.00 i at considerable expense the Man 5.00agers of the play have been Able to 2.00 secure costumes and properties of the 2.00 i time in which the action was sup 1.00 posed to have taken place. Costumes 2.00 Are furnished by the Hooker Howe 5.00 costume co. Of Haverhill mass. Car 2.00 Penters have been Busy Evenin 2.00 building suitable scenery to Sta 3.00 production. The direction of re 1.00hear Sals has been in charge of miss Storrs of the Facio to. Miss King has 5.00 j charge of the costuming. Leigh com 5.00 Stock �?T21, is manager of the Pla s e King Glover 5.00 Stock �?T21, is manager of the play p. G. Stone Brownington ctr. 3.00 j assisted by Mildred Ford �?T21, who is a. Wright Newport 2.00 m charge of properties. A North Craftsbury Friend 4.00 Rose de la Noye Dorothy Emerson c. E. Anderson no. Craftsbury 1.00 Garrett Foster Clifton Drew Minim South Albany school 3.00 a chilling Ley Mildredl Rabee Phil c. C. Elliott Glover c. W. Bean West Glover a Barton Friend a. W. Blodgett Newport 5.00geson, Clyde Walcott aunt Resolute f. A. Buchanan Irasburg 1.00 Story Florence Cook. Foe Sale plenty of sawdust sapwood at our Brownington tier Mill. Skinner lumber co. 18-19p carpenters wanted five Good capable men eight Ury. Jervah amp Corkins Newport. 16tf for Sale practically is covered Carriage. F new Bab wanted fresh eggs and Poul bad Road try mondays at Orleans express station. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf 18-19 for Sale seed Barley few Ammoth Cluster Oats late White potatoes Den Bantam com. C. C. I Glover. Twp Ford 1 Chevrolet Charles 38tf wanted the 25 to m cow farms. Lambert i issuer amp Whene Orleans a phone 107-14. 17-19p carcass. Wanted a Calfskin and horse hides also a Kis of jul i. Solomon water St., Barton the phones. 43tf Sale there we a be in Mai auction in front of hotel in Barton Mon-10 of clock a. M., Settle the Geo. Prison estate. I. E. Rash executor. ____18-19p Village farm Buu dings electric a t of Quot be and Bam. Village -__16-20p �?50 cords about three 14 a h 1 14 Miles it to oct the Apsley rubber Ris and Young to work in Modem shot a shop. A a $15, men $19 while at hotel wanted by the a co. Of Hudson mass., grim Ltd a to work in Moden men wages girls learning. A Barton wednesday the and Valley hoi Orleans thursday 13th. Trans station paid if desired. Twp something to cat. Miss Viola Cabb who has been visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. C. A. Silver for some time goes to her Home in Newport soon. Francis j. Gleason formerly of Barton has purchased the residence known As the Hancock place at 18 an eight Poi my son was bom to Central Street St. Johnsbury. W. Baldwin is in Brattleboro attending the annual Vermont con Addison Smith underwent an oper Gregat ional conference of which he action at Orleans Hospital on we Ednes has been treasurer for several years Day i a son was bom May 5th to or. And Alec Lacoss of Derby line was a mrs. E a. Spooner of Newport. Mrs. Recent guest of his Friend Leo be j Spooner will be remembered As miss Blanc. I Elida Bragg who lived Here several or. And mrs. Irving Brown of Lyn years.,. Donville were recent visitors at c. E. The annual business meeting of the Siscot a. Alumni association of ban acad Hiowt Kurt was Emy will be held at the school build miss Kate ferry of be Ort was y evening May 14 at 7.30 a guest at the Hamblet Home a Large attendance is de sunday. Sired. Mus Ann Fidder of coven spent i be of the Junior the week end with mrs. George a. Announced in last week s Gorham. Issue for c. A. Barrows and family spent 25.li. Tae several Days in Camp at Stone Pond. I t. U. Convention u it week. I changed the dates of the county meet last weeks. to the 26th and 27th of May so mrs. A. S. Hall of to leave the 25th for the Academy. 1 card a. Desire in this Way to total j tickets will be on Sale within a fing some time. The travelling Public and every report indicates that he is an unusually Good hotel Man. Or. And mrs. C. R. Davenport Are temporarily in charge. The Nashua Telegraph May 7, informs us that mrs. Addie Blake godding recently died in that City at the age of 73. Mrs. Goddings Home was in East Burke and she had been in that City visiting for a few weeks. She is survived by one son Robert godding of East Burke and one daughter mrs. Etta Parker of Bennington and several grandchildren. Mrs. Godding will be remembered Here As an inmate for a time of the Home of the late mrs. Murkland also of mrs. E. G. Baldwin. The woman a literary club held their adjourned meeting with mrs. Seaver on wednesday evening. May 5 with 14 members and two visitors present. The subject for the meeting was a books of the year a and reviews of the following books were Iven a education of Peter and Joan a $1205.00 few Days at popular prices. Begin fing third so a morning. May 20th, reservations May be made at pierces us store. Tickets purchased prior to that time May be exch an Jed at the drug store. A Date mentioned for reserved seats. All proceeds above the Cost of production will be used for the Benefit of the Academy. Infantile paralysis clinic at Bartok. A clinic will be held in Barton at hotel Barton Friday May 21, in the afternoon to which All children who have had infantile paralysis should be brought whether they Are entirely cured or not As this department of the Board of health is to make Survey of poliomyelitis conditions in Vermont and wants to find out about All cases so that it will be known what has been accomplished As Well As what May still be done. Miss Bertha e. Weisbrod who has charge of this work under the direction of the Vermont state Board it health is in charge again this year. Miss Weisbrod Vuu be assisted this year by miss Marjorie Hickok. The operations performed by or. Robert w. Lovett of Boston last year on poliomyelitis patients were very successful and the follow up work has also produced Good results. Or Lovett will be in the state again this cases. Miss Weisbrod Calls att Nuon to the fact that it is the duty of those who have children under their care to bring them to these clinics if the children have been afflicted with poliomyelitis because the children should have the Benefit of the treatment the experts in this work can give. No child will be refused treatment on account of Lack of funds and All will be Given the most careful attention. A similar clinic will be held at Bright look Hospital St. Johnsbury May 20. Around the state Joseph a. Davis for the last three years principal of the St. Johnsbury Academy has resigned to accept the position of supervising prefect at Girard College in Philadelphia. Or Davis will have charge of the sports amusements and recreation of the fifteen Hundred boys in that institution at a salary of $6000 a year. begins his new duties at Girard in the h. B. Hillegas commissioner of education announces the donor of the $100,000 Given to the state Board of education for a teachers training school. It is the Carnegie corporation which is not connected with the Carnegie foundation that some years since conducted an investigation for the educational system of Vermont it was not planned to release the donors name until later but conditions developed so that it seemed Best to make the announcement now. Thomas a. Belmont aged 41 years a Well known and life Long resident of Hardwick committed suicide at his Home Early monday morning by shooting himself in the Mouth with a Rifle. It is said that or. Belmont got out of bed and donned his Bata Robe and made his exit from the House walking around to the rear Ai the Bam. Then he placed the muzzle of the Rifle in his Mouth and pressed the trigger. Death was instantaneous. Or. Belmont was a Stone Cutter and to All appearances mrs or co a a is Quot pea no a a to Well to do Cir cum in mrs. Joti. K. Cook. Mrs. Rearson serv i a xxx re can be Given for his act. is survived by his wife and two Brothers. Mrs. Sawyer of a j a week a end our a a Feu end guest of her daughter mrs. Sickness and death of our loved one wanted to Fengai Toble for the summer from to october 15th. Pay $o.00 per besides tips. Warfare allow one Way. A. W. Sawyer the North Woods factory Plant at hard Dick vt., j by is a Nimg a Sargent the new Street Man is of amp a f. D. I. Surfacing of crushed Stone will be a most of the streets Are nicely smoothed up ditches cleaned out and a m Mer Alger mrs. A. Hawkins has returned from a visit to Providence r. I., her former Home. N. Randall of North crafts few Days with mrs s. S. Hill or. And mrs. A. J. Hill or. And mrs. E. S. Hill Gladys Hiu. Cora Hill. Tog 20x30, storage building 20x4 p Pillsbury were to Burlington alongside Railroad ply a by a part of last week. with half a mile Clogston has moved his fam by Cour-7tf �?2 rebuilt Ford Road starter 2 Naub i these cars 1 Bow condition As they 14 p overhauled and paint i Jason. Newport 16tf tired Winton six re. Law a Cole Road i 1 compels me to i a bargain. If in Thev that you act at lice garage Derby __19-22 rent farm sugar and Apple or vacant tenements within tub makers wanted we Are in want of several tub a kers some at our Ato at our Lisbon n. H., Plant want one Foreman for so can use several other a men and to the e. L. Chandler company Orleans it. Tories in Orl is. Apply any of of a f. Ily i<rm�4 a a Mia drown lock for _ temporary stay John Stanley 92 years of age died at his Home on Wheeler Mountain Early monday morning. Mrs. C. R. Davenport was Ltd used to Athol mass., last we to attend the funeral of her brother. J p Mullaney of Albany was the guest of his Sisters mrs. J. Buckley ind mrs. C. Buckley last week. v. Drown and family Are mov week from the Morse House limits is being put to the Best shape it has been for years. At the regular meeting of Crystol Lake Grange no. 411, May 7, a lecturers hour was in charge of or. Merrill. There were selections by the school glee club a a dog by Avis Bowen and a talk by or. Merrill. The social committee seed Andy and ice Cream Cones and through the kindness of or. In some very delicious Popcorn. The eve eng was very much enjoyed. E. Nye Camp no. 84, sons of veterans has been Organ m Barton or to be More a Imit the up has been moved from Glover to bar ing this week from to the Lang House on Park Street on her recent by Day mrs sop to Armstrong was the cards and letters of remembrance. Mrs. Charles Derusha who has a a and a is a officer Das follows com Large a me ill at the Home of her daughter my. A c p. Ford senior a a e com Dos sep cents Carmode w. Redd Ogton. Is improve my sow t in Barita bundle curtain rods 25 a commander Charles lion or. Table $1 Marble shelf a p. Rossi and family Are there Are 24 members with Eveir on property. Also 180 i f3 lot books two Koo Porter Avenue property. Also Law Xuy Hrace 15 cents Noil a Bartel of emote i suitcase on Road from Friday. Owner it by describing and pay a. St. Franics Dew 19-21 in rents each gauge 10 Cento screwdriver 10 Cento Apple Parer 25 j Macdonald of Barre Tjw 2 tie chains 20 Cento a guest of his a a ters misses Eva me cents. W. L is to a is a Anteo mood old Tho tat of the Barton. _. Will be organized. Ira t. Lincoln has been engaged As manager of hotel Barton. Or. And mrs. Lincoln will come in a few weeks and have full charge of Bartons recreated hotel. Or. Lincoln has had several years experience u a hotel owner and has be a Keg m the new Sherwood m Burlington for vary. Mae r. Batchelder. Music on the Victrola. The annual business meeting of the club will be held in the office of j. Batchelder tonight. May 12th. The annual meeting of the afternoon study club was held with mrs. Ida Cutler thursday May 6, with 18 members and one visitor present. The annual reports were heard and the following officers elected pres ident mrs. Annie Pearson vice president mrs. Susan Currier Secretary treasurer mrs. Mae r. Batchelder program committee mrs. Mabel Turner mrs. Nettie Allen and mrs. Ellen Webster lower committee mrs. Alice Underwood critic mrs. Ida Cutler. The hostess served Tea and cake and a very pleasant social time was enjoyed. Last week 14 of the pupils in the Riverside school were offered a prize for the three Best maps of Vermont divided into counties and marked All of which was to be done from memory. Alice Vezina took first Regina Duchesneau second and Leo Vezina third. This week the same offer was made for Orleans county divided into towns and marked. Alice Vezina took first Leo Vezina second and Helene Duchesneau third. Much interest was created to drawing both maps while Good results showed that the maps were very vivid in their minds. The annual meeting of the w. C. To u. Was held at the Home of mrs. J. A. Pearson on tuesday afternoon with 12 members and two visitors present. After scripture Reading by mrs. Barron and prayer by mrs. Lucy collision and Roll Call the following program was Given paper by mrs. Mclellan. A tobacco a robber a Reading by mrs. A. Smith a should preachers or teachers smoke a Marie Browning played two selections on the piano which were much enjoy. The following officers were chosen for the ensuing year president mrs. A. Cutler 1st vice president mrs. John Mclellan 2nd vice president. Mrs a. P. Tinder Wood secretory mrs. O. B. Willard treasurer mrs. Meeting. Glover Francis Wright is a Little better. De. Paddleford has been out of town for a couple of weeks. Bert Sherburne has purchased and set 300 Pines this Spring. B. A. Junior play tuesday May 25th. Rev. John Kimballs Mother and Sisters visited him for a few Days re a a. It Centle s. T. Vance was called to Newport to u 11 a a last we a a wednesday to attend the miss Frances Kimball occupied the his Uncle Ansel Vance s of Ity. John mrs. Emily Baker who has Brea with her daughter mrs. Emily wild through the Winter is spending a few weeks with mrs. Nettie Baker. Mrs Lucy Hubbard and Grandau Kendrick Richmond have been i air ing her son n. . Hubbard goes this week to open the Willoughby Lake House for the summer. A a r. The a was apse it miss haitian Scott a Hwy sunday. A a a Der resident of the con null Nve a Tion in Barton have a ail roads Lead to Calvary a mrs. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson is recovering i he was one of 11 children of pc rapid Tion o Roy Christie is Home recovering from a 20-foot fall and a burned hand from Contact with a live wire. John Wright of Groveton Elmer Wright of Stanstead and several others of the family visited at Francis Wrights sunday. Clifton. Drew Marjorie bean and Florence Kiok All have prominent parts in the Bart ii Academy Junior play a Rose of Plymouth town a May Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kim Bah. Morning worship 11 a. Sunday school 12 m. The subject of the Sermon sunday will be a a message to Praise service at 7.30 sunday evening. West Glover Perley Marco has commenced work for c. S. Vance. Lynn Anderson has sold his farm to Frank Clark. 0 remember the Clarence Wilson auction on saturday. Lynn Anderson has purchased Clarence Wilson a farm. George Powers has moved his family into the Hinkley House. The missionary Union meets with mrs. S. T. Vance Friday afternoon. Mark bean is not a Well this Spring. seems to be growing weaker. Or. And mrs. C. Wright spent the week end in St. Johnsbury with Charles Ross. Isaac Marco has moved from the Hanna farm to o. G. Miles farm to Sheffield which he has hired. Mrs. Caleb Clark on account of the serious illness of her been obliged to leave Lawrnce Youngs. From her quite serious opera and Laura Patterson Vance who last week. Were among the earliest settlers this town and lived and reared theft children to manhood and womanhood on the farm now owned by Clyde Vance and their farm has continually been in the hands of some member of the Vance family. Ansel Vance was the last one of his father s family and was or 80 years of age Greensboro mrs. Mary Jardine is improving. Ray Hall spent the week end with relatives in Hardwick. W. G. Bodine was a business visitor in Burlington saturday mrs. Martha Lamonda returned from Burlington Friday. Or. Daley of White River Junction is at his cottage by the Lake. Rev. Audley Graham returned the last of the week from his visit to Ohio. George King is moving into the House he recently purchased of James Wilson. Several Fisherman have been trying the Trout the past week with fairly Good Success. Mrs. L. E. Atherton was a visitor in Burlington last week to see her brer who is sick in the Mary f Jetcher Hospital. Ronald Wakefield of Berlin n. H., was in town saturday and rented the Wakefield House to Delmar Boardman who will soon move into it. Mrs. Mahlon Jamison of Peacham has taken the school in the Shatney neighbourhood for the Spring ten and commenced school monday. Or. And mrs. Will Bates have stared their household goods and saturday went to Nashua n. Or. Bates has been for several years our efficient Creamery manager and has made Many friends Here All of whom wish them Success wherever they May decide to locate. Continued on Page ten

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