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Barton Orleans County Monitor Newspaper Archives May 26 1920, Page 5

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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Barton, VermontMinnie and Theda Sheldon attended the graduation exercises at Newport Center the last of the week. Julia Chesley was called to thed Ford n. H., the first of the week on account of the death of her Mother. Emma and Ella Hall of st. Johns Bury have been visiting at Harry Davis and John Phillips the past week. The lumber of the Parker amp Young co. At the Village has been sawed and the men have gone to Wheelock to look after another Job for the company. Sutton Henry Whipple has a new Overland car. A Aaron Annis of Erroll n. H., was in town on business last week. Joseph Laclair has sold his lumber lot to Arthur Fogg of West Burke. I . Its g the graduation gift hat a sentimental value Cut of All proportion to its Cost. A five Hundred Dollar watch received later in life would never mean to much at a fifth Dollar present at commencement. In helping Yon choose a gift pc consider the pleasure it it to give at much at we do the proft we May make. 31. In. No. 1, Louse Ost. 0ver Theca j cars i was 1 to bed Vilh rheumatism. I 1 doctors and tried nearly Jiing without Benefit. I used Trust a fives. / h l used half a Box i saw a a or the pain was easier and started to go tic in. Dutine d taking this i Rufic improving All the time i r n walk about two Miles chores about the place. Alexx dial mtj3jkc. Quot a. B for $2.50, trial sine 25c.or from fruit a Tyves a mud Esburg n. T. Barton Vermont it is the care they get As Well As the thought used in buying household equipment that makes them Sive Good service. Before buying any Evice ask yourself will it pay for itself in the Long run by saving time and strength or Wear and tear will it make some especially disagreeable task less unpleasant Long handles on brooms brushes and Dustpan save the Back. A cleaning cloth should be soft and loosely Woven so that it will take up dirt easily and itself be easy to clean. A duster takes up dirt better if a few drops of water or Oil have been sprinkled on it. Beware of too much moisture or Oil. It leaves streaks. For wiping very dirty places use soft paper Cotton waste or rags which May be thrown away. Keep your cleaning things together in a convenient place. Put them away clean. Hang brushes mops and brooms when not in use. Clean string mops by shaking Over a Damp newspaper or a can. Never shake in the open air unless you Are sure the dirt will not trouble you or your neighbors. Wash occasionally in hot water with washing soda or soap. Dry quickly. Sprinkle a few drops of Oil on oiled mops. Clean carpet sweepers frequently. Empty Box on Damp newspaper and use old scissors and Button Hook or coarse comb to remove hairs and dirt from brushes. Keep bearings oiled. Furniture dust frequently. For Fine upholstery and carvings use a soft a minted Brush. For heavy upholstering and Reed furniture use a medium soft Brush. For leather use an oiled duster. Wrong Side of the Street Entrance in the wrong place just now but we be got the right goods and you la find the prices right. Our entire Stock will be on Sale for three Days from thursday May 27, at 10 a. M., till saturday May 29, at 10 p. At Money saving prices we need the room for the workmen to finish the alterations and we need the Money to pay them. You need the goods and you la get the Benefit. Millinery dresses skirts waists gloves hosiery corsets everything at saving prices for this Sale. Entrance on Highland Avenue. Gone for Good wrong Iida of the Stu Barton Vermont squeezed to death gcldme9m of course it depends whether but if you want him to work Atonic w tor a apr acid st Macip is a real horse for work built to last a life time and to convert every bit of fuel into heat and pour it out with such Force and volume that it heats the entire House through one Register. Come in we can show centrals. A. Mcritchie Trust company Vermont Barton. F when a Man begins and optician out. It a usually a sign tel. Con. Vermont played enough

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