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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49-no. 20 a in fied advertising o the order. Avo Advertus Anit for let than us my not for Sale few Good boxes for Monitor 16tf crating for let Nice Hay. Be i or Sale two 1.3r-Ei. B. Jenness Zina Bu-15tf driving Larton. 19-20p 755 a a a vice Damon jr., mor stallion. Standard and Register a h. Kimball Glover. 20tf eggs for hatching Barr Tocks pedigreed males $1.25 a set St Ria. Hamilton Orleans. 19-20pbarton, Vermont wednesday May 19. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Presidential primary. The residential primary held in Barton tuesday resulted in 41 votes being cast As follows Republican Wood. Hoover. Coolidge. Webster. Democratic Meadoo. 3 Clark 1 Hoover. I 22. 6 4 miscellaneous strayed came my place on april 20, male dog Black with Tan Points. W. Devereaux Orleans. _ 18-20p Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-11. Daniel Zabawsky. Barton. 9tf for s let Ford car in Good condition. Four Good tires. L r. Lewis 14tf for sale�?300 cords of Wood jut 100 of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Harry Merrill Orleans. Lotf notice sugar makers i am in a position buy your sugar either in syrup or packages. Barrels furnished if desired. Prices guaranteed. F. Batchelder Barton. 8tf for Sale on River Road in Glover. Home farm owned by Helen Mathie. Price $4000. 16-20 Farmers notice will not take Stock monday May 24. W. E. Hanson Barton. In wanted at once laundry woman work All done by machinery. Valley Oase Orleans. 20tf for Sale Willis piano in first class condition. Easy terms right parties. Box 385, Orleans 18-20p Farmers notice shall not buy Stock monday May 24. For Sale four Holstein cows fresh in milk an extra Fine lot. G. S. Dodge Orleans. In for Sale Fox hound pups from the Best working Stock in Northern Vermont c. S. Philips Glover. 20-21 auction Sale household furniture on saturday May 22, at 12.30 Sharp my farm in Westmore. G. L. But eng twp for Sale Large Mosler Safe in food condition. Will sell or Exchange for smaller Safe. Weight 1200. Mrs. Lula Dow Glover. 19tf for Sale five passenger Ford car in perfect condition. Newly painted. Price reasonable. Ralph Hamblet Tel. 213-3, Newport. 16tf for Sale one two year old Jersey Bull C. Gould Chamberlin h�o1, Albany. Tel. 10-15. 20-22p for Sale Grade Jersey Bull 18 months old. V. G. Marshall Orleans 20-22 insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Village real estate. Any one having Village real estate they wish sell Call on f. A Baldwin Barton. 39tf the Junior play. Tickets went on Sale wednesday for town a Barton Academy a Junior class production be Given at seavers Hall tuesday evening. May 25th. Seat r?�7va tons be been granted the families of the cast and Public reservations May be made at pierces drug store be nning thursday morning. A re Sale of tickets has been re it notwithstanding the unusual expense of costuming and staging the management has decided maintain the customary admission Price of 50 Cente with an extra charge of 25 a seats. Only a few of the be a seats have been taken a a it is suggested that Tho desiring particular seats make reservations at pierces. The directors have secured the ser vices of a. Harold Guy Don Scott who has had much experience in Amateur theatricals add the final details and make up the cast. The new Harmony orchestra will pro de music Between the acts. Girls j ass will act As Ushers and win carry Orange and Black Batons. Dancing after the performance will last until twelve. Every Effort will be made seat All who attend but it is suggested that Early rese action of seats will be helpful both spectators and management. Farmers notice a Spring work has begun and it is your Busy time. I will buy your carcasses the year around Calfskin and hides. Also will following prices for junk rags 3c bags 7%c magazines $1.00 a Hundred. Let me get your order and charge the phone me. I. Solomon water Street both phones Barton. 16tf town representative wanted wanted live poultry Larton. Elrick 18tf wanted at once two desk cases or card trays with covers hold 3x5 cards. Lupin Hunt amp. Co., a ton. 20ti. Wanted�?15 men Cut and for Sale registered Holstein Bull calf sired by my 22-Pound Bull he from a 35-Pound cow. Dam one my Best cows. N. Hubbard West Glover. 20-2 in wanted for the summer season a Good Cook laundress Kitchen pro table and chamber girls. Apply m once. The Cobb House Canaan n. 20-23p wanted housekeeper in family m one. Must be competent have of House. Good Home. E. Euriol Barton. 20tf wanted Job and team Wor Tel 34-5. V. O. Miles Barton. 18-19 wanted woman dressmaker. Mrs. Helen Bic word Barton. Wanted girl or woman for counter and table work at once. Normandy cafe Barton. I Btu carpenters wanted five Good capable men eight Ury. Jervah amp Corkins Newport. 16tf. For Sale or rent my build in Glover Village known As the Abbott place equipped with electric nights flush closet and Spring water storage room. C. Kimball wanted fresh eggs and paltry mondays at Orleans express then. E. S. Kelley Orleans. 17tf 20tf Sale second hand Ford 1 and hand Chevrolet. For cows. Tollway Orleans. Charles 38tf j i let automobiles peer-8 Cylinder 4 passenger roadster 6 l9ondition, Low mileage Jeffrey Lin it or 7 passenger touring like milage 1500. Prices right for Sale. A. Grout Nei of 2214 Sale Small Village farm Ood buildings electric in House and Bam. Village a 16-20p sale�?50 cords about three dry four foot Wood at r r. Sid a of Newport. $8.50 West Glover. 7tf Sterf i rebuilt Ford Road 1s17�?T touring with starter 2 w�o1 All k a touring. These cars condition As they de p Overly used and paint Lawson Newport. 16tf Tourine a it Winton six 0� cold Road offer two of compels me tej use cars at a bargain. If in-�og�8t that you act at Dale a a a a a old at an us Flag a the. Ames garage Derby wanted throw 25 �0 now farms. Lambert. Orleans a Jne 107-14. 17-1 Barton local notes done forget the Junior play tuesday evening next. Miss Clemma Seaver of Craftsbury spent the week end in town. Mrs. Nellie Drew has been nil for several Days with Quincy sore Throat. Mrs. S. Goad spent the weekend with her husband at Springfield. Mrs. A. D. Folsom is having her House on Glover Street Nely shingled. Miss Eva Rosebrook of West Burke has been visiting her Friend. Hazel Abbott. Hotel Barton will serve a fricassee Chicken dinner sunday from 1 2 of clock. Or. And . Carl Goss have moved from the Baldwin House on High Street Coventry. Mrs. Marion Nelson is Home from Pike n. H., and assisting at the Home of George e. King. The Cool weather has Given Way warm Clear Days and All vegetation is growing rapidly. Mrs. C. Hagar was taken Brownington sunday remain with relatives for a time. Mrs. W. Wright spent a few Days last week at Orleans the guest of . Stannard. Or. And . D. D. Bean of St. Johnsbury spent sunday at the Home of or. And . E. White. Or. And . Charles Webster have returned from Irasburg where or. Webster has been recuperating. Miss Iva Ross Dau Ter of William Ross of Pawtucket r. I., a former resident is a guest at g. F. Reed s. W. A. Tower who has been in Albuquerque n. M., for the Winter arrived in town saturday for the summer. Barrows and Thompson candidates Gilpin not run. To the voters of the town of Barton having decided become a candidate for representative the general Assembly of the state of Vermont from Barton i make this Public announcement of such decision. I was bom in the Village of Orleans have lived and it Loia business in Barton for the past 20 years and your acquaintance with me makes no extended statement of my platform necessary. I believe in fewer Laws instead of More Shorter sessions of the legislature and such state legislation As will Aid production in All lines especially of agriculture. Such support As you can give me will be greatly appreciated and my endeavours serve the Best interests of your town if elected will be my first aim. Very truly yours c. A Barrows. To the voters of Barton i desire announce that 1 am a candidate for town representative represent Barton at the next session of our legislature the highest Honor that can be conferred upon one is an election by his fellow townsmen represent them in making the Laws by which they Are governed and if you see fit Confer that Honor on me i will represent u tote ,. Resent you the Best of my ability. Frank d. Thompson. For reasons entirely personal it becomes impossible for me consider becoming a candidate for town representative this year. I deeply appreciate the Assurance of support Given me by friends and make this acknowledgement of their offers. Sincerely Wallace h. Gilpin. Broken Arm and a badly injured Bip from which she is slowly recovering. To my friends c. L. Stretch of the evening Bulle b. A. Wins two games. The b. A. Baseball team triumphed Over Newport High 3 2 on the fair grounds saturday May 15. Both teams scored in the first and Newport tallied again in the sixth. Barton scored two in the eighth. Newport omit hit Barton 6 2 and would have taken the game 2 1 but for errors in the infield. V. Hill pitched a Strong game for Newport yielding Only two hits and fanning 13. was ably backed up by s. Hill. Carter was reached for but six scattered hits and fanned 14. Valley caught a steady game. In the eighth Cornish got by on an error stole second and third and after Cornish had strolled and stolen Buchanan came through in the Pinch with a Beautiful hit Over third and Cornish scored a moment later on a wild throw in an attempt catch him for napping. In Newport last half Comstock made a Nice Stop and throw. Carter knocked Down a hot one and after Sockol had singled and stolen second Buchanan closed the Walfie by grabbing skinners Fly. The score 123456789 . S. 100001000 2 Barton 10000002 3 More Money needed the b. A. Baseball continued its unbroken winning Streak by defeating Orleans High 5 4 on the fair ground tuesday. Gallup pitched a Fine game for Orleans striking out 15 but he was touched up for nine hits. Carter struck out seven and allowed seven hits. The features of the game were the pitching of both twirlers and terrific hitting of Buchanan and Smith. In four trips the plate Buchanan got a triple and two slashing singles and walked once. Smith got a single double and triple in four try. The score 123456789 Orleans 001012000 Barton 10001030 boys and girls club work in county hangs in balance. Shall we have a boys and girls Chib Leader in Orleans county and give him adequate equipment that a the question you can help answer with your pledges for the work in the drive for $2,000 now being carried on by Gilpin Hunt amp co., inc. Printers and publishers. There Are still 1000 persons and firms in Orleans county who ought do something for this great work of organized leadership of our Young will you or wont you. Now or never. A Here is How the account stands and _ list of those contributing during the past week. Let us count you next week. Previously acknowledged $1205.00 a a. Pearson Barton 1.00 Valley savings b. Amp Trust co., North Troy 25.00 i. A. Wheelock Coventry 1.00 c. A. Barrows amp son Barton 5.00 e. Cook Barton 1.00 s. Kittle Orleans 1.00 Leonard Homestead Glover 5.00 or Young West Glover 2.00 C. Twombly Orleans 5.00 c. E. Ayer North Troy 2.00 a. Hunt Derby line 2.00 Fred May Barton 1.00 or and . S. Clark Glover 5.00 Prospect Pomona meets in Newport. Prospect Pomona Granum is meet with Memphra Magog Grange in tin Philadelphia pa., Jones of i Newport May 27th. This is the first swat amp co., Newark n. J., j. W. Meeting there and All the members of Knevels of Kee lox mfg. Co., new Pomona Are urged attend. The York and c. Emerson of the Fos a question for discussion is a what will Ter engineering co., Newark n. J., be the outcome of the High Cost of spent several Days last week fishing labor and How can the Farmer Prein Crystal Lake. They report find pare for same a Luck. 1 _ cards have been received announce Crowni Nolton ing the marriage of James Bygrave Hamed and miss Reba Marion Porter Lorenzo grow was bom m Holland on May 12 at they will be april 30, 1834, tote a of or Rofi and wanted a Calfskin carcass and horse hides a Iso All Kiis of Jun i. Solomon water St., Barton. Both phones. Wanted Man and his wife work on farm. Win a wages for right party or part of the farm. L. Glover. 20-22p. Wanted several Eood men in a work. A is Quot while learning. Shall also need june re Leittl go men for our qua Pike mfg. Co., Evansville f. S Foster supt. 240, engine room 20x60, Bui 9ivr.30. Storage building 20x48, _ _ k municipal put f being second High standing in All branches sex wanted a stenographer and letter stating a a 20& Hunt amp co., inc., Barton. Or rent farm m a a Asa a and Apple or Good House ton Only two Miles from bar Westmore Road. Good acres of property. Also 180 sol a a a pm a Ture. m. 16tf found suitcase on Road from eat has Barton on Friday. Owner 19-21 2 tie Chams 20 Cento we. Sidito. A a a Lor Barton. At Home Jime 1 at 55 summer Street St. Johnsbury. Miss Porter will be pleasantly remembered As one of the Grade teachers until her resignation april 16th. The adjourned annual business meeting of the alumni association of Barton Academy was held in the school building monday evening. May 17th. Miss aft Ian l. Scott was elected president pro tem. It a voted hold a banquet june 11. The following committee of arrangements was appointed by the president or Lee . Erwin and miss Potter. The Many friends of miss Ethel l. Cowton formerly a student in Barton graded school but now of Claremont n. a will be pleased Leam that she will graduate june 10 from the classical course Quot of Stevens High school Colemont having been awarded second Honor in the class a. Clara Brooka a in Assn. A my 0.wl� tas Chappell has purchased the Katen House on water Street and move in As soon As the present tenants can vacate. Mrs. Emma Lapete who a int the Winter in Michigan with is at the Home of her daughter . S. S. Hill for a few weeks. Arie c. Kennison of Irasburg and miss Myra Denton of Craftsbury Werl a edut the methodist parsonage saturday May 15th. Dance at Institute Hall urday. May 27. Music by new Harmony orchestra. $1.00 per couple Cream and cake served. Four men under the Supe Visan of j m. Bradley left thursday night for Cleveland Ohio drive four Chandler automobiles Barton for the Barton Auto Exchange Bradley Labounty and Devereauz of Bart a Cleve Glover return land Ohio driving four Chan flier cars for the Barton Auto Exchange. Mrs r d. Merrill went sunday a so two was with her parents and . F. Shepar a of Richmond. Upon her . Merrill will live at hotel Barton. Miss Farmer and miss Avis six uld ing of Newport it a with miss Grace Proctor and Man o m soul dog of Newport be sundly at the Proctor Home. A n g. A or sunday a tend the Rector my a rising Church service. Lisy task of tar amp a . $1261.00 Fanny Albee grow. His boyhood Days were spent in Holland. March 1, 1853, at the age of 19 years he was married Jane Currier in 1867 they moved Brownington where they lived until their deaths she going about two years ago and he passed away Early Friday morning May 7th, 1920. They had the pleasure of celebrating their Golden wedding anniversary March 1, 1903, or. Grow was a very prosperous Farmer having always Given his time agriculture. was the oldest member of the congregational Church. During his life he has at times held various town offices. was an honest upright Man Well liked by All who knew him. Another vacancy that cannot be filled. His last Days were spent at the Home of or. And . L. T. Grow where they cared for him and did All that could possibly be done for him. They thank the friends and neighbors for assisting them during their bereavement. There Are left mourn his loss six children Orson a., Arthurc re w., Albion Lionel t., and . Frank ice adv. Elusive of foreign languages. Ila Pierre also six grandsons. Fune at the r us can caucus in Seav 1,., of Vic a we it re held at l. T. Grows Eros Hall saturday Eving u. A. Bar gunday. May 9, at 2 of clock. Rev. Rows o. W. I be h. A. Cleveland Hamilton officiating and the body m Taplin or Cook were elected �?z4> 4-ua delegates attend the rep wiccan state convention be held in Mont Lier the alternates elected were far Octana f. A Hunt p c. Brown b. O. Smith and j. F. Batch elder the town committee elected tas r. A. Bean f. W. Cutting and c s. Webster. F. W. Baldwin presided Over the meeting As chairman and o. W. Locke acted As Secretary. The annual business meeting of the woman a literary club was held in the office of miss Abby a wednes Dav evening May 12th. Twelve Mem swered at Roll Call. The annual reports of the Secretary and Treasur were Theani and approved it was voted hold a club it Tey and Pierce . Caron and . Pillsbury were a commit appointed take arrangements. Tim following officers were elected president a Prev vice president . Ruth a by terms retail and clerk . Batchelder treasurer. Miss tier Quot a a Quot a mr., Hutchman 5m. By Ell miss Austin. Rpm Benj. Brunning a brother of we boning of this place i at the Home of his May or. Brunnig was m old a had had a remarkable Freer he was bom in Oxford eng. March 28, 1821, the oldest of 12 children. In 1836 his parents with seven children crossed the on in the ship Mayflower and a ted in Sher smoke p q after about a year his of Start do by Taw. To ger Quot. Of med the Trade of shoe making in Sam d of the Ute Orrin French. practice a his Trade in Walden Versos and in Wate Wule and Compton p a he married Sophia until 1857 when he went Boone. La. Was Laid rest in the Village Cem Jettery near the Church. Card of thanks we do hereby wish thank All who assisted us in every Way during the death and burial of our father and Grandfather also for the Floral offerings. Or. And . L. T. Grow i and . O. A. Grow or. And . Frank Lapierre or. And . G. W. Grow and son. Or. And . Rthur grow m?.�?�1indmr8. Albion grow and son. Brownington Center . Amanda Powers in on the sick list. Or. And . Harry Leland were in Barton last week. Ernest Brennan is working for will May in Barton. L. N. Lund of Orleans spent sunday at his Home Here. Or. And . Ira Gray and family were in Charleston sunday. Miss Laura Whitehill was Home from Charleston Over sunday. Or. And . Mahlon Seymour visited friends in Barton sunday. Or. And . Josephat Bourret Are rejoicing Over the birth of a son. Or. And . Louis Bennett and daughter visited at Orleans sunday or. And . Oliver Wells of Irasburg spent sunday at P. Smiths. Mrs. Jane Armstrong visited her sister in Charleston saturday and sunday. Ernest Brennan was in Orleans sunday attend the funeral of his brother. Mrs. Lillia Wells returned wednesday from a Short visit in South Royalton. Ernest Wright has moved j. C. Clouds tenement and is working for Ira Gray. W. C . U. Convention at Barton May 26-27. The Barton Union entertains the county convention this year and we Are expecting a profitable As Well As enjoyable meeting. A Fine program has been prepared taking up the Advance work of the organization which has do with topics that Are of vital importance the welfare of every Community. Miss Elizabeth Van Patten of Burlington will speak on child welfare wednesday evening. Miss Van Patten is a state worker along these lines and is a most interesting speaker. We Are beginning realize the important place which the child in our midst holds in the civic life of our state and we should take advantage of every Opportunity learn More of the work. Mrs. Olive Kimball of Glover will give an address on the needs of world prohibition and Kindred topics which affect the life of the world in this time of upheaval. Mrs. Kimball is an up Date woman and a Fine speaker and i am sure you will want hear her. The subject of anti narcotics will be handled by the Rev. Hutchinson pastor of the congregational Church of Barton and every one who has heard or. Hutchinson shows that he is a a live wire a and will treat this subject which today is perhaps the greatest menace our boys and girls that we have in the Community in a convincing Maner. Though our enlightened Public spirited up Date ? governor has tried hold Back the sure Advance of equal suffrage it is surely coming and the women Are anxious fit themselves vote intelligently. As an entering wedge we Are going discuss the subject of civic resin Sivility. Mrs. Taplin and Rev. C. D. Pierce of Orleans will present this subject for our consideration and Opportunity will be Given for discussion also. With these outstanding features we shall have some Fine music recitations by mesdames Turner and Hanson a talk on eugenics by . Robinson of Orleans giving us a glimpse of her own work in this Field. Of course our own women know that our own department work and business will be taken up As usual. We expect our own women will come from the different unions and help make the convention a Success and we want them in Large numbers but we also Hope that the citizens of Barton and the surrounding towns will attend the sessions and we can assure you of a Hearty Welcome and fully expect give you something Worth while. Come and Hete make this a real Community affair and Start the Ball rolling for civic betterment. L. Pearson. Memorial and decoration Day Plank sunday will be observed As memorial Day in Barton with Union Tominc service at the m e. Church at Whak time Rev. A. Turner will preach. Veterans sons of veterans and al lied organizations Are invited attend these services. Decoration Day will be observed on monday May 31. All Graves of veterans will be decorated in the Forenoon and at 1 of clock the line will be formed at the schoolhouse accompany the veterans Welcome of Brown cemetery. In the Parade Witt be members of the g. A. R., the band school children and All other organizations Are urged fall in line. Upon returning from the cemetery Public exercises will be held in seavers Hall at which the band will Render music there will be exercises by the school children and an address by Rev. Hutchinson. A. Pearson will be Marshall of the Day. Methodist episcopal Church note Rev. A. Turner pastor memorial service in the methodist Church next sunday May 23. Rev. A. Turner will preach the Sermon. Sunday school at 11.45. Epworth league at 6 of clock. Preaching service at 7 of clock. The thursday evening prayer meeting will be held this week at 7 of clock. Please notice the change in time. The woman a Alliance will hold their Dollar social at the Church of thursday evening at 8 of clock. Every member of the Alliance is urged be present Tell How she earned her Dollar and enjoy a social evening. The teachers training class Witt meet on Friday evening. Temporary Bounty agent secured. Hardy Merrill of Craftsbury is taking temporary charge of the county agent work in Orleans county in order that demonstration work and other matters concerning the work of Tea association May not be entirely stagnant until a permanent Man can he secured about july 1. Or. Merrill is a native of the county being a Craftsbury boy is a graduate of the agricultural department of the University of Vermont congregational Church note. Rev. Hutchinson pastor 7.30 p. M., thursday Bible study and prayer meeting. 10.30, morning service. Union memorial service in them e. Church. 11.45, sunday school i 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service 7 p. Miss Phyllis Smith of Evansville visited her Friend Eunice Stone one Day last week Lucian Aiken of Newport n. H., is visiting his parents or and . Truman Aiken. Mrs Viola Crandall has moved Barton. We Are sorry lose her from our Community. Or. And . Charles Bloss of South Attleboro mass., visited his sister . E. A. Gallup last week. Mrs. Howard Spaulding of Glover spent several Days with her grandmother . Amanda Powers recently Westmore e. Wheeler is building an addition Hii front porch. Or. And . L. Fisher of Sutton spent the week end at Chas Tatroy a. Mrs. Hubbard is at the Willoughby hotel getting ready for the summer. Miss Sylvia Switzer of Orleans made a Short Call on miss Ada wills on sunday. Oakley Converse has finished work for Chas. Tatro and gone his Home in Brownington. Mrs. A. D. Merriam and daughter. Ruth of Glover Are visiting her sister . Rawson Calkins. Ralph Tatro recently visited at East Charleston. Fred Tatro has finished work there and returned Home. Irasburg girl wins medal in typewriting contest. Miss Marjorie i. Sears of Irasburg who is attending the Lowell commercial College of Lowell mass., warn chosen represent that school in the big typewriting contest held in Boston at Simmons College on May l. This contest was under the i rectum of j. N. Kimball of new York lie manages the Large contests All Over the country. Any student in any High school College or private school who had not studied typewriting before last september was eligible and As a result Over 70 of the picked typists of new England faced the starter. To have been successful Over be Many competitors is a great credit the miss Sears. Miss Sears work has attracted the attention of various stenographic and typewriting authorities in new York who have written her congratulating her on her work. She has established her reputation both in Boston and new York. Miss Beatrice Home and mus Kathryn Reynolds of Berwick me also competed As members of the Ell commercial College team. Mian Horae won a medal but miss Reynolds was nosed out by the Connecticut state Champion who wan of course beaten by both miss Sears and miss Horne. The results of this contest have been eagerly awaited in the educational centers of this country and these girls names will be knows the Pacific coast. The judge sex the contest were or. Eldredge of the a Artra ent of secretarial science at Simmons College p. Waters head of the school department of the Remington typewriter co. Of new York and a s. Simmons head of the educational department of the Underwood typewriter co. Of new York miss Sears is the daughter of judge Sears and is a graduate of St. Johnsbury Academy receiving her diploma from the classical course in the class of 1919. Morning service sunday schools evening service Are conducted at w Church each sunday. Everyone is invited come. Or. And . Carroll Piper and sos Carlton of East Charleston spent sunday with her parents or. And . Joseph Tatro at the Republican caucus May in u. W. Brown and a. E. French were elected delegates attend the stats convention at Montpelier May 26. There was an auction at the lats Herbest Bowens House Sanrda a when the household goods Etc. Were disposed of. Or. Pauper is still confined there his bed. Or. And . Earl Lyon of a Burke Homer Berwick and family of Lyndon Carroll Switzer of Eai Charleston and other friends spent sunday at u. I. Switzer s. Or. And . Henry Switzer of Stowe were in town the past week. They expect move into m. Calkins tenement vacated by l. A Fisher

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