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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49�?no. 44barton. Vermont wednesday. November 3. 1920 single copies 5 Coits. I Lassle advertising for Sale of. Sale Rose comb Rhode is re Vocker Els. George e. John tis Charleston Box 47. 42-45 of. Sale two Nice yearling ,. A Crew Wadsemneek Irasburg t 147-33_36tf for it Aleix High Grade Guernsey Hnz a also Duroc Jersey pigs. E s l y. Orleans r. D. 41tf Academy notes the Junior girls of the Domestic science class will serve a dinner to the senior girls of the class in the Domestic science room next thursday. Miss Storrs was absent tuesday on account of illness. Marks for Scholastic work to Date have been issued to All students. Re cent a in Chapel or. Merrill explained again the marking system and stated that the Standard of scholarship of the Academy was on a higher level than Many of the students seemed to understand and that in Many instances a better Quality of work must be performed or failure will result. No student will be allowed to represent Rof. Sale sound work horse the Academy on any athletic team in Isoo lbs. J. Owen bar less his work is of a satisfying qual-38tf Ity. It is probable that there will be a Large per cent of failures this year and or. Merrill stated that the chief cause was the Lack of Home study. A Basket Ball game was played on the Tennis court last thursday Between the boys of the j. S. And the boys of the s. S. This week wednesday another game will be played at the same place. Last thursday evening the seniors gave a spook party to the High school. Nearly everyone attended. The Hall was prettily trimmed with halloween decorations. In one Comer the was dressed As a ghost and in another a Witch told fortunes. Stunts by the various classes were Given which were very funny and had Hal Oween ideas in them. Games were played Between the different classes and everyone was greatly interested to see who the winners of the prizes would be. We Hope to have More j parties As interesting As this one. Speakers of the past week were also Nely new Pelt Magoon who gave a was the Moon piano in excellent compose a Ida a Hitcher gave a Betsey e. Jenkins Orleans. Jand i Are out a Avis Bowen gave i a a Rajreddy Man a Dorothy Emerson let my place on High for Sale half blood Shropshire and a half old. Fine i j Waters Irasburg r. D. 1 for slew two Cook stoves one water front new trates. In Good condition. E. Sock or 37tf Quot for Sale nearly new i Val Rator. It. 17. Also second hand or mar harness. V. O. Miles Fiarman thonej4-l_ a t vles six year old 900-h. V. Uki Trade for heifers yearlings. J. J. Nichols. A 44-45p Yor s.ale�?1917 Model Ford touring car new body in food run f0?. Ii r s.�?. A e. A big Asbestos development Beldere Mountain near Eden sees plans for great mining project. The Asbestos corporation of America chartered under the Laws of mass a with a capitalization of ?,-500,000 preferred Stock at $100 Par value and 50,000 common Stock no Par value has acquired control of the Vermont and Quebec Power company and through the same interest he acquired the southwesterly slope of Belvidere Mountain comprising about 600 acres of Asbestos bearing Rock which was formerly the property of the new England and United states Asbestos corporation. This week the necessary papers will be Quot i with the Secretary of state to enable the corporation to do business in Vermont. The Massachusetts company has made remarkable Progress in developing the property and in doing so Luu accomplished one of the most important achievements in Many years in developing Vermont a natural resources. Up to the present time the company has invested about $600,000 in the acquiring of the properties and improvements. The control of the Vermont and Quebec Power corporation carried with it the operating Hydro electric Plant at Stevens Mills vt., situated near Rich Ford and the undeveloped water Powers at Johnson and on the y Amaska and missis quoi Rivers in the province of Quebec. The corporation has just completed the construction of a new dam at Stevens Mills which is 196 feet wide and 24 feet High. This company is also building a Concrete addition to the Power Plant thereby doubling the capacity for the purpose of supplying electrical Energy for the development of the Asbestos properties. A Dole line 21 Miles in length also being constructed Between Hillis next number in the lyceum _ course. Or. Newell Dwight i Sirof Brook Jim n. Y., in a new lecture is the next number in the Barton lyceum course the Date being thursday november .1, at seavers Hall. Or. Hillis is one of americans Foremost authors and Leatut is and this is his third appearance in Barton. His subject will be a the National crisis bolshevism or a better this is a powerful plea for americanism. Course ticket holders and others Are to be congratulated upon the Opportunity offered them to hear a Man of established National reputation As a platform speaker and author of note. Single admission tickets on Sale at pierces drug store. J a of sea son fell Here Friday and again sunday night about an Inch fell but in general the weather continues mild for Nie time of year. Miss Vera Carpenter and miss Helen Anair entertained a few Young ladies at the Home of f. W. Cutting saturday evening. The event was a miscellaneous Shower in Honor of the approaching marriage of miss Theda .�./�?��.liiam. The evening was very pleasant la spent with games and Muse and mias Dunham received some Ery Beautiful and useful gifts. The Oste saes served punch and wafers. The afternoon study club met with hrs. Mamie Hanson thursday october 28. Nineteen members and two visitors were present. After the business meeting the following pro ram on a a immigration was Given look review of a the promised land a of Mary Antin Given by Marcia a Ling Reading a Tchir foreign born citizens a mrs. Etta Mclellan Reading. A Kinfolk a Catherine Fisher by. Wet Quot Alice Drew Laura Sheldon. The Meetins tenement House Large Gar gave a moral duties of a free cite York and f a my a a a i a a of Annie building lot at Rea zen a Floren Cook gave a if a Mil i Pearson on november 11. Address mrs. P. J. Dred Longevin gave a a message to a Eri. A Reeve Loument of tha a min it Rev the annual meeting of the Barton us Belmont Avenue Gaindia a Helen Buck gave a nobody s1,3, proceeded ran Idle during the As i of american red Cross mass. Until november 1. I oni Law a weeks under the direction of thei As hew at the improvement club National Republican tory Vic Brief mention of county state and National results. Following Are the town representatives elected in Orleans county All being republicans Albany. Barton. Brownington. Charleston. Coventry Craftsbury. Derby. Glover. Greensboro. Holland. Irasburg. Jay. Lowell. Morgan Newport. Newport City Troy. Westfield. Westmore. E. Carter. C. A. Barrows. P. G. Stone a. E. Allum James Labelle h. C. Hadley. Geo. O. Burton a. A. Urie a. E. Perrin o. L. Kelley Geo. E. Metcalf h. E Austin. Geo. E. Curtis e. K. Lord e. N. Connal James t. Gardner i. C. Bryant o. W. Bailey. A. E. French several interesting town representative contests developed in the county besides the one in Troy mentioned elsewhere. Albany was the Only town where a Woma received any considerable number of votes for representative. Mrs. O. Rowell received 45 votes while h. E. Carter was elected with 118 votes and the democratic candidate h. A. Mcguire received 62. In Westfield two republicans contested for the Honor o. W. Frailey receiving 80 votes and Thomas Gilbert 68. In lower George Curtis was elected Over his democratic opponent o. F. Diette by a vote of 171 to 110. Newport City cast a Large representative vote there being 808 votes cast and of this number mayor Gardner Republican received 550 while Roy important real estate trans cons. Three real estate transactions recently took place which adds to the Many already noted in these columns in the past few months. The three above referred to Are the sales of the so called Chase farm on the River Road to Orleans and occupied by Earl Metcalf to Henry r. Baldwin of Derby. Or. Metcalf will occupy the r. Gilmour farm about a mile from the Village on the River Road which w. E. Hanson has purchased of or. Gilmour and or. Gilmour has purchased the Fine set of buildings in Rota Village owned by f. A. Hunt on Elm Street. Occupancy of each property will be Given in a very Short time and or. Hunt will move his family to Newport where he can be in closer touch with the printing and publishing business in that City which was acquired last Spring by messes. Gilpin and Hunt. The Deal inv elves afe proximately $40,000. Methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner Paster preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.45. Epworth league 6.00 p. Preaching 7.00 p. Prayer meeting on thursday evenings. Calendar for november. Nov. 4�?woman�?Ts foreign missionary society meets at the Church at 2.30 of clock. Than offering meeting. Lunch will be served. Nov. 11�?epworth league business meeting after prayer meet my. Nov. 12�?woman�?Ts Alliance Sale and menus supper. Nov. 25�?union thanksgiving service in the methodist Church at v p. Skinner Democrat received 205 j of clock a. A votes a. Grout received 23 and nov. 28�?-meeting of Junior league i 30 scattering votes were cast. To Inge a heralds at 3 of clock. The Complete Republican county ticket was elected. Uii Urr Tot Uirt Cipun of me a a 7 a. Ian Orie Clark i Meislich construction company of Bur is the afternoon of october touring w grandma a bom Bazine. I Lington and Royden e. Reed assistant and committees for the Condi a a a a a a a Nia Nager of the Asbestos Corpora year 1921 were elected As follows a Joni a Coji Ajajj in Orleans coun Tion. The Mill building 106 by 74 i resident mrs. Sadie b. Cowles vice feet and four stories High has been mrs. A. A Reirden Sec built at an Altitude of More than 2,000 rotary and treasurer mrs. C s. Jeb feet far up on the Mountain Side in Ter Home be ice committee mrs. The midst of the quarries. The inclined t aver mrs Edith Carter miss. A a. Redfield or. And mrs. John fre continued on Page three Chette and mrs. C. S. Webster finance Quot 1 committee f. W. Cutting or. And a excellent. New rear tuesday Organ in touring car. A Ujj ing local clubs in sewing cooking a tire. Price Rit. Poultry raising. Newport it 43-44 a a j. The trip around the Lake. Of. A Wood chamber Sel. S commode Dresser satterday october the 30th, ten chamber set bed boys under the leadership of or. Mer a Dresser two chairs 1 Rill and or. Lee met at the school Ige. One 16-Guage shot j House at 9 of clock so As to go on a l table. F. A. Huni i hike around the Lake. On account of a a Finch some misunderstanding of plans the. I party did not get started until 10.36. For s tfx my real estate in bar the party started into the Woods Tot Tilia consisting of two Resi i at the Mouth of the May Brook and a ence it on Post office Square. I going up Over the ledges they Cross Garden. One House hashed Hill and Dale until they arrived at or a and might easily be the head of the Lake where they ate Mac business proper. In a dinner around a Camp fire staying acre o mrs. Mcdougall or w. Three quarters of an hour. Wr.2�. 43tl j after having dinner they crossed i the Fields at the head of the Lake Ana there the party started walking on the Railroad track and arrived at Barton at 1.30, the Correct travelling time being two hours and 18 minutes. After arriving at Barton the party proceeded to the Tennis court where they practice Basket Ball just to show that they were not tired. La Bam. Only two Miles from Barloa Village on Westmore Road. Good Petite Quarry on property also 180 5 of Woodland and pasture. J. M Barnard Barton. 16tf wanted Vrtoch. Poultry. Elrick 18tf to work on farm. A a t. Cook. Glover. 43tf once a meat and i siry Cook. Valley House Orleans. _____44tf ranted More milk and Cream mers. C. B. Joy. Barton. 43-44p for pullets and e. S. Kelley Orleans 12.3-13. 42tf work by the Daya Low and washings. Mrs. Brooks tenement. High 1 sii_barto�u_44-45p a ted a Shetland Pony and state Price for same. A l. Newport Center it. A a r. F. D. 44-46 storage Battery repair Winter storage of Bat a h. Nault. Barton. 44-47p hire or rent Small kor i o experienced Man. Myron Box 267. Barton. 35tf a monday and tuesdays at or-1 station. E. S. Keute and wife Man to. A a a i wife to take charge Tuu. S. Bobbin amp shut a y. 44tf Calfskin l a l also All kinds of junk i 7 a her St., Barton. Both 43tf Barton local notes Rev. A. B. Blake is quite ill at his Home on Harrison Avenue. Mrs. J. Hubbard of Lyndonville was a business visitor in town tuesday. C. Willard was a business visitor in Lewiston me., the first of the week. Mrs. Wilmer Daniels is assisting in the Monitor office during the Holiday work. A neat new sign a Hutch inst Block a is noted in the front of the remodelled Hutchins Block. The halloween meeting of the woman a literary club will be held with mrs. Turner tonight. A dog Hurst farm is the new name on George Reeds newly painted Bam. E. C. Elliott did the work. Mrs. Addie Cook and mrs. Lucretia Alexander spent part of last week at mrs. Cooke a Home in Irasburg. The w. C. T. U. Will meet with mrs. P l. Webster tuesday afternoon november 9th. Roll Call a thanksgiving and or. And mrs. Simeon Oark have moved Here from Craftsbury and or. Clark will work at the Plant of Wes Sel Nickle amp Gross. Or. And mrs. Fred Kinsey and or. And mrs. E. Griswold of Hartford spent the week end with or. Kasey s Mother mrs. C. T. Niles. Fred bumps has finished work for or. Hanson and is now driving one of the teams which Are drawing Granite for the Stone Sheds. Port Are moving this week to the a Barrows or. And mrs a. A a s. Drew or. And mrs. C. E. Hamblet membership committee or. And mrs. A. G. Owen mrs. F. E. Nelson mrs. Lucy Robinson mrs. Robert Merrill mrs. Charles Morse mrs. Jennie Blake miss Hamblet miss Butler miss May. A. Lee Cowles. Miss Fanny May mrs. Bernard Lee mrs. Chas. Hibbard mrs. Roy Barron Levi Frechette mrs. F. G. Burdick mrs. F. W. Comstock mrs. Benware miss Atwell mrs. Brunning. A clipping from the Delaware 0�?z Gazette tells of a recent Honor received by Ina Paige of this Village who is a student in the Ohio Leyan University of that place. The clipping says a selection of four Ohio Wesleyan seniors to Phi Beta House recently vacated by c. F. Webster near the fair ground. Miss Dora Tripp recently visited a Friend in Irasburg. Amory Seaver of is Donville was in town Over sunday. A. S. Dennison of Onset. Mass., is visiting or. And mrs. B. F. Jackman. Wilmer Daniels of the Barton Auto Exchange broke his wrist tuesday while cranking an automobile. N. A. Baker of Windsor locks conn., was a business visitor in town and Vicinity the first of the to a a. Mrs. G. A. Going is visiting a sister in Morrisville. Her daughter. Miss Clio going is in St. Johnsbury for a time. Troy repress native election the town of Troy had one of the i warmest town representative Fig hts in the history. I. C. Bryant of South Troy was pitted against c. P. Hunt of North Troy. In the september primary Hunt won out by less than a half dozen votes and Bryant decided to file. On the first ballot tuesday Bryant had 229 votes out of a total of 459 cast. Hunt had 227 and there were three scattering. This left Bryant one vote shy of the 230 necessary for a Choice and a second ballot was proceeded with which closed at 6 of clock. The result of this ballot gave the election to Bryant by a vote of 240 this town died at his biome in Bradford on londay. He had been in failing health for some time. Forrest and m. Nelson Are in Melrose conn., working on a Large truck farm there. They expect to go to new Jersey for the Winter. Mrs. Nellie Schofield and miss Nellie Goldsmith of Lynda Villa were week end guests at the Home of the former a Cousin mrs. N. D. Martin. Mrs. R. E. Watson and son Elmore of Covington ky., Are guests other nieces mrs. Chesley and mrs. Redington and others in the Vicinity. Miss Marion Baldwin entertained several of her friends at a Hall Wreen party on saturday even ii. Refreshments were served and a Jolly time is the verdict of the Young people. Fred Grondine has moved his family from the Whitcher tenement to the tenement recently vacated by Charles Morse. Or. Morse has moved upstairs in his House on water Street. Remember the woman a Alliance Sale and menus supper to be held in the methodist Church Friday november 12. Aprons quilts fancy articles japanese articles fruit and vegetables will be on Sale. We wish to Correct our news item of two weeks ago in which we stated that mrs. W. W. Reirden was at the Littleton n. H., Hospital instead of the Whitefield Hospital. She reported As improving at this writing. Mrs. S. B. N. Nelson recently received word from her son Claude Wheeler who was then in Venice Italy. He was going from there to Greece and thence to China. He is on a two Vears trip around the world and is now about Halfway around. Mrs. Mary Kimball has finished work for g. W. Reed on account of ill health and will go to the Home mrs. Julia drown at remain for the win or. Of a buy her slate mrs. Julia drown at it a a Quot a would to Quot 15�?owp7�?ort&Quot the Quot or Row the week. Was announced this morning morning Chapel services of tee Rai Verity. Marion Briscoe Park fee. N. J. R. J. Havighurst Springfield 111. Mary wheland Attan ooga tenn., and Ina Paige Barton vt., were the students chosen to membership. All four students attained an average of higher ton 2.9 for the first three years of their College work. Not one of the members chosen is from Ohio and Only one is a Man All Are prominent in class and school scholarships Are marked there on the basis of Porte three being the highest Grade. To by eligible for election at the beginning of the senior year one must he a Grade of 2.85 or above. Next to a Magna cum laude a this election is the highest Honor the University gives As regards scholarship Albany see Green Mountain theatre and. Lucas Brown has moved to Greensboro. Mrs. Mabel Clegg is working at Dana Hackett a. Or. And mrs. Glen Miles visited in Morrisville sunday. Glen Miles moved or. Firsow to Wells River last week. Miss Mabel Vance has been visits ing friends in a a port. Joe Fisher jr., has taken Possession of the j. B. Dow farm. Mrs. Harry Wilder has a sister mrs. Vantine of Springfield visiting her. Mrs. Edith Miles has be to new Hampshire for an indefinite stay with a sister. Or. And mrs. Carroll Darling and a a b Darling of Morrisville visited at Harr y Darlings this week. Or. Esmond was called to Maine last week on account of the serious illness of his brother in Law. Or. And mrs. C. O. Sweet visited or and mrs. Herbert Webster of How the states voted the following table shows graphically How the republicans swept the country tuesday electing Harding and Coolidge Over Cox and Roosevelt and gaining control of both the National House and Senate. The i returns Are yet incomplete and the figures following Are electoral votes in the various states. Harding Cox Alabama. Arizona. Arkansas. California. 1 Willoughby a cd Dwter mrs. Xvi Maii Nas Yuri Warvi i Ltd Ilene a and boys Quot suits Charles Niles last week. A the Reed family for the past 15 years. A the next regular a my a. Uwi Gil. and family of now -tjt7mr,-frod�?z, Kin a Havo Maple Beede Block or-43-44found owners to a care for charge and found Black and White j r. S. Come of a bad a Fri Wom for def conn., to mall few by of new York who a or. Kiti a Mil assist i been a pm nine or Whitcher with his implement Mother and sister mrs. In Niemor. A. T a a a Oil Vena fat Home. Colorado Connecticut. Delaware. Florida. Georgia. Indiana. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maryland. Mississippi. Missouri. Montana. Nevada. New Hampshire new Jersey. New Mexico North Carolina. Ohio. Oklahoma. South Carolina. South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas. Utah. Idaho. Illinois. Iowa. Kansas. Maine. Massachusetts. Michigan. Minnesota. Nebraska. New York. North Dakota. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Rhode Island. Virginia. Vermont. Washington. Weit Virginia. Wisconsin. Wyoming. Totals necessary for election 266. 0 12 0 3 0 9 13 0 6 0 7 0 3 0 0 6 0 14 15 0 0 13 0 10 0 8 0 10 0 18 0 4 0 3 4 0 14 0 0 3 0 12 24 0 0 10 0 9 5 0 0 12 0 20 0 4 4 0 29 0 13 0 10 0 6 0 18 0 15 0 12 0 8 0 45 0 5 0 5 0 38 0 5 0 0 12 4 0 7 0 8 0 13 0 3 0 339 192 congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Prayer meeting on thursday evening at 7.30. Bible study. Sunday november 7. 10.30 worship. All seats free. Communion service. Short Sermon. 11.45 Bible school. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 Union service in the methodist Church. Please notice that the second quart please notice that the next quarters congregational world movement pledges Are now due. The committee would request that the same be George King. Westmore will Brooks of Willoughby spent the past week at e. J. Wheelers. Mrs. Ford has come to care for mrs. Margaret Leland this Winter. Fred Marshall and family and Merle Calkins of St. Johnsbury were in town sunday. Merrill Clapper of Willoughby recently visited his parents or. And mrs. C. Clapper. Imp. And mrs. Truman Messier spent the week end with his sister mrs Chamberlin in Sutton. Hear i. Hillis at Barton thursday november 11th. Done to miss this. Adv. Mrs. Ann Spencer who has been visiting her son John and family at Newport the past week has returned Home. Mrs. E. Clapper and mrs. Raw son Calkins delegates attended the sunday school Institute at Orleans on wednesday. Mrs. W. W. Swallow and son Wallace or Sherbrooke que., and mrs. G. W. Barton of Lisbon n. Y., visited their brother Herbert Knight and family recently. Services will be continued two sundays More at the Church. It is then expected the new pastor. Rev. T. Root of Rhode Island will be Here to take charge. E. J. Wheeler and family spent Saturn evening with or. And mrs. Frank Emerson. Mrs. Emerson served oysters and a very pleasant evening was enjoyed. The annual business meeting of the adult Bible class will be held with mrs. E. Clapper next saturday evening november 6. All the Mem hers Are requested to come. Crew is both Friend and nuisance to banners Barrows elected representative in Barton batteries this a her with he returned Home. I. Badger. Or-44-45 lost Between Lyn. A re a a by Way of Glov a by Willoughby Lake Large Bunch keys i our we to k. i added commune a Harris Lyndon Cen in to rent of pm House of 8 rooms. In Hendy Barton. 44-45p vent Burg. Box 99. 43 of the books. Min a Cowles entertained a number of friends at a halloween party in her Ottegen Monda it eve Ning miscellaneous to tube guests were in Contorines a for furs hides private to the oct Ion and or a Ltd Cash paid Prii it i a w a. Junk. Telephone 58-11, Daniel a i and Masic. The bos Tesa served Baa sky Barton. Refreshments and 11 spent a most delightful evening the Community was shocked to learn of the death of h. A. Harding insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of real estate. Any one having Village real estate they wish to sell Ltd a on few. Baldwin Barton. 39tf $4000 a year As a real estate expert we will mail you plans for free , v j inspection read carefully see How room. Mrs. I easy it is to establish a business of High Street. 40-45p i your own Send $10 in full payment in Revtt otherwise return plans within tenement. C. A. Nute hours and owe nothing. Box 138, 41tf i Newburyport mass. 44-45 at the Home of or. And mrs. S. M Bickford monday afternoon. He was widely known throughout the state As a horse Trainer. The funeral was held this morning and the remains were taken to Lowell for interment. A More extended account will be Given next wok. C. C. Grow of Glover recently left several full blown Strawberry blossoms at the Monitor office extremely warm weather of october has brought Forth Many freaks in those from this place who attended the funeral of mrs. Will Utton of Newport were mrs. Helen Campbell mrs. Utton a Stepmother or. And mrs. J. D. Kelley mrs. Fred Newton mrs. C. O. Sweet mrs. Maude and Mabel Vance. East Albany hear or. Hillis at Barton thursday november 11th, done to miss this adv. Brownington Center there will be a Chicken pie supper at the town Hall wednesday evening november 10th. There Wiki be a literary and musical program. All Are cordially invited. Ladies please fur nigh for the Thies As usual. The men who have the most to do in the world Don t waste much time in telling about How much they have to do c. A. Barrows Republican won Over c. E. Jenkins Democrat for town representative in Barton by a decisive vote of More than two to one. Jenkins had made an unus Aliy live Campaign and received a Large a a vote than any other democratic can absolute Protection and thus afford the dilate Ever did. The result in the Farmer no recourse when the Bird is two voting prec Inte was As follows i doing damage the Bureau of biology Barrows Jenkins scat j al Survey believes that to adopt the that the crowds character is not so Black As it is usually painted is disclosed by investigations made by the Bureau of biological Survey of the United states department of agriculture. In fact the departments a Bird men say that much of the work the Crow does is of direct assistance to the Farmer for a mister Crown wages warfare All Summet Long on insect pests. In fact insects Supply about one fifth of its food and those which he prefers in his diet Are the worst pests the Farmers have to contend with a Grasshoppers caterpillars and White grubs and their parents May beet1e.�. On the other hand the Crow raids the Cornfield and the poultry Yards and kills Small wild Birds and destroys their nests. From the evidence at hand the crowds merits and shortcomings appear about equally divided. While it would not be Well to give it Barton Orleans 353 201 67 178 totals 554 245 grand total of votes cast. 826 71 policy of killing every Crow that 20 comes within gunshot would he equal a by unwise. 27 learn this by heart in the Shade of the old Apple tree Small minds done to require wide Chan where the Snow and the rain blow son is a Tgcy is no place to store duty half done is easily undone. The Binder and Mower and the paint that they wore is a Shade nothing More Hopes somebody will men used to a paint the town red a and jut the Shade of the old Apple tree girls still paint their Cheeks that Way. A Western farm life. County red Cross rally Meeyung in Orleans at which addresses and reports were Herod. The Orleans county chapter Ana it ican red Cross met at Orleans Tea Day afternoon and evening october 26, for the regular annual Sesa Isai and to prepare for the fourth bed Cross Roll Call to be conducted Novobi Ber 11-25. An executive committee meeting was held at 2 p. M., and the Public program at 3 of clock. Col. C. S. Emery presided and before introducing the other speakers he addressed the school children a use congregation briefly on the Misa Iob of the red Cross in peace. He observed that the red Cross had eat lost its hold on the people of this country. The 25,000 member of tee american red Cross at the Oleniec of the great War were augmented by senior and Junior members to the Vesk number of nearly 40,000,000 Dorne the War. The great peace need is to conserve that moral Force and make it an efficient organization to meet tee Public emergencies misfortunes and perils of the world. He spec duty commended the painstaking work of the Secretary and treasurer of Tea Orleans county Branch Charlesw Kelley. The fifth Grade pupils of the Orleans school entertained with three Junior red Cross songs. Miss Steba Doyle read a prize essay which be prepared for the last Junior red Cross drive on the subject a Why jote the Junior red Cross a and Tea Eleanor Lyon read a prize essay which she prepared on the Subjec. A your Junior red Cross a reviewing the work of the Orleans Junior red Cross Branch for the past year mrs. George s. Derby assist i director Junior red Cross n. E. Division Boston mass., the children on the work of the Junior red Cross at Large and More especially of its work in two countries Italy and Montenegro. She noted that there were 14,000,000 Junior Rea Cross members in the world and 80.-000 Junior red Cross branches and the states of California and North Dakota were 100% Junior red Crosa also the country of Porto Rico. She said that because of the devastate i of Montenegro by the crossing and re crossing of the various armies of Europe hundreds of Small children had fled from the cities and towns and taken Refuge in the caves of the mountains where they miserably existed As Young animals. At the close of the War they had neither Homes nor parents. The Junior red Cross turned an old House into an orphanage and made for them a Home and a school mrs. Derby said that the War made 11,000,000 children orphans. In Italy antiquated War ships were turned into orphanages for boys by the Junior red Cross and they were being taught trades of seamanship and fishing. The address was followed by three educational moving picture films of Junior red Cross work a a Italy a sock of the sea a a father Knickerbocker a children a and a a screen bulletin. The new York City red Cross children have accomplished a great Deal during the past year by making toys furniture dresses and millinery use the needy families and Chilynn abroad and by Bead work and gardening have earned considerable Sun i Money which they have placed in the Junior red Cross Bank. The evening session began at 7j3� of clock with a moving picture entertainment. Two reels were shown a a the Awakening of Cecily a and a every woman a these were followed by a selection by the orchester and an address by Roy m. Cush am. Or. Cushman said the red Cross m not support the veterans who were disabled by wars but instead Tau gift them How to earn their own Way am thus support themselves. Miss Marion e. Rowe reported Tkai Over 5,000 children had been found in the mountains to which they fled daring the War. These were cared for by the red Cross. During the War less than 100 men died of t3rphoid fever while in other years Over 3tt deaths from this disease occurred annually. The National headquarter wants to pledge All those people who can give an afternoon per week to the auxiliary of the red Cross. To interesting talk was followed by a report of the Home service and relist work by Charles w. Kelley. Or annual report of Secretary of Orleans chapter american red Conni from october 15, 1919, to october is. 1920. Number of branches at the beginning of this period. Number of branches disbanding the first of january a present number of branches total membership in these branches 2315 amount of Money held by them. $5863.21 number of executive meetings held by chapter. A number of Public meetings a number of treasurers reports received from branches number of production reports continued on Page six District meeting of k. Of p. Next week annual District meeting of uni Gate of pythias District no. 3, will be hat Castle Hall Philemon Lodge Orleans on wednesday eve pig novels Ber 10th. Every Knight in the state is invited to attend. La new train schedule. A new train schedule went into effect monday As follows clip Tel time table for future reference. Barton South 7.00 a. 4.25 a. 10.30 a. 4.51 a. 1.49 p. 12.13 p. No 3.40 p. 6.20 p. By 11.37 p. A 6.44 p. 12.16 a. 8.32 p. A Orleans South 6.45 a. 10.20 a. 1.36 p. 3.22 p. 11.25 p. 12.02 a Norte 4.37 a. 5.01 a. 12.25 p. 5.30 p. 6.56 p. Ni-8.42 p. A stops for passengers to or i connecting roads or divisions. A sundays As Well As week Days

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