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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49�?no. 46barton, Vermont. Wednesday. November 17. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Us slip advertising will i inserted under this. R. Per word for first insert Lou per word thereafter. Cash i a the order. Ivo advertise us Fred Lor Ltd a a a Aoa for Sale or Sale pigs. E l. Alexan-45-46 Academy notes examinations will be Given thursday and Friday this week. Miss Bresnehan state supervisor of Modera languages visited the High school two Days last week. Chapel speakers for this week Hazen who gave the Ideal american a Clyde Walcott who gave a the present crisis a by j. K. Lowell and Harold Carter gave a a done to you see a by f. F. Morse the Basket Ball team meets 35 Stevens Rifle l port High school in the first game of i is. Barton. 46-47p the season on the Newport floor next Friday evening. The b. A. Lineup Rok pups. The kind will be selected from Carter com a ret the cows. P. D. Walker Stock. Valley Smith Wakeman Corine 22-11. 45-46 Nish Hanson. Buchanan and in on me 22-11. A f. Sale new of anklets. Smith Dunham. A quiet wedding took place at the Home of f w. Cutting on monday evening when miss Theda Dunham came the wife of Maurice d. Smith. To the grains of the wedding March played by mrs. Arthur Akley the Bride and Groom attended by my a ride and Groom attended by miss Vera Carpenter As bridesmaid and Kay Smith As Best Man entered the parlor and stood under an archway of Green and White where Rev. M. A. Turner awaited the couple and per John Buckley representative elect old friends meet. Tuesday evening was the occasion of a very pleasant gathering of old friends and school nates at the Buckley Home. Those present from out of town were c. Goss head of the c. Goss co., of St. Johnsbury Gordon Goss Charles Wark c. A. Mcgovern and miss Agnes Mcgovern All of St. Johnsbury. Rev. J. A. Lamch of Northfield Martin sinon Timothy Buckley Mary Buckley and formed the ceremony. A the double of Wheelock a Turkey dinner was tins service was used. Served after which reminiscences of the Bride was very attractive in a former Days helped to enliven the of All line on monday evening next the cheer i gown of Light Gray Satin and Georgette. The parlor was tastefully donated with Green and White with after the Cere i foe Nice five year old i a cow. To freshen soon. Harry r. . Albany. 46-48 foe Nice yearling it Wadsemneek Irasburg 1147-00. 36tf Quot for work horse Veith 1300 lbs. M. J. Owen bar i tic. 38tf. 3 of Street refreshments of wedding cake Wrights Stab athletic association will to Viii in assorted cake and ice Cream were will be Criven by Rev two a presence of Only the immediate str find tsp it it a and a a a a a a �?o5 la i foes ale High Grade Guernsey Aei. Also Duroc Jersey pigs. E. S. Be key. Orleans r. D. 41tf for blood Shropshire 1 a. Year and a half old. Fine Ani by. J. J Waters Irasburg. R. D. 1 foe Nice five year old a Quot to freshen soon. Harry a Albany. 46-48 for ale two Cook stoves one front new grates. Guaran condition. E. Sockol. 37tf a pleasant and profitable evening. The Junior girls of the Home economics class served a very Fine dinner to the senior girls last thursday under the direction of miss emt ton. Tuesday the seniors served the juniors. The dinner consisted of com chowder crackers muffins Washington pie and Coffee. After thanksgiving vacation hot lunches will be served Noons to those who live far from Hsihe. Miss Dutton is working out food schedules at this time. The Orange and Black sewing club met last thursday night in the d. S. Room. The club was divided into two groups those under 15 in one group aether and those Over 15 in the other. Mrs. Carter met monday night with the younger ones and wednesday night the Bride and Groom. Mrs. Smith is the daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Dunham of Gardner mass. She graduated from Barton Academy and attended the Bay path Institute of Springfield mass. For the past few years she has been in the employ of f. W. Cutting. Or. Smith is the son of or. And mrs. J. A. Smith of this place and is also a Barton Academy graduate. For some time he has been employed by c. G. Aldrich amp co., of Somerville mass. Or. And mrs. Smith Are to live in Barton and their Many friends Here extend Hearty congratulations and wish them a Long and Happy life to spirits of All present until a late hour in the evening. The following original poem by the Rev. J. A. Lynch was read on the occasion an old Friend the rarest treasures garnered through years of toil and strife the sweetest fruits of labor in the Garden spots of life and All the Joys of Triumph in the Battle or the race. Are sweeter far when mirrored in an old friends face. The love that Lightens labor and lifts the soul pressed the sympathy that a Healing to the sorely wounded breast a a he tenderness so soothing Quot where anguish leaves its Trace. These glow with Radiant splendor in an old friends face. Our tasks a Neath kindly teachers in the Little Wayside school have frown to Gre a at life problems and an unseen masters Rule. When has Roice shall summons each to his final place. May we behold in the dawning an old friends face. J. A. Lynch. The older ones Are going to meet with 1 Christmas to sit Early As there is miss Dutton. Each member of the every indication of a Busy season. A. Groups has agreed to make either a Allyn Bishop. Adv 45-46 guest Towel or Dresser Scarf. Supper at the A a a to Boito Ous mess men. M lug social science class is conducting a Church Friday afternoon and even methodist episcopal Church not its a Orleans Troy and North Troy a ave know her. Leland As the in meeting of the farm Bureau executive committee. The executive committee of the farm Bureau held its regular monthly meeting at the Valley House at Orleans on saturday november 6. Those present were messes. Dutton Shaw Kelley and Buchanan mrs. And Bartlett and agents Abell and Bacon visits to Barton. Hillis lectures on the pilgrims. Banquet and inspection at hotel bar the second number of the Barton Rev to it _4. J a. X lyceum course was a lecture by Newell Dwight Hillis the famous Brooklyn preacher and lecturer in hotel Bain since it bras purchased seavers Hall thursday night. Or. To Gay a Syndicate of Barton men last Hillis was introduced by h. J. Stan thoroughly Nard who spoke of or. Hillist former monday evening Whei 3 renovated on May evening when manager Lincoln served a splendid banquet to 80 or of Lyell reported upon the very Ries Ful ser yes of local committee Tvr pit inc a to vial persons at 8 of clock followed by the november being the second Annivera. Sar of the signing of the armistice Barton and consisted banquet was one of the finest to�?~the�?��?~g7t Ifrid Wir a Dalai Quot Thi anniversary of the Landing of kit Frith la meetings at which the years work has been planned and the comm Amity meetings which follow. The meetings at West Charleston and Morgan proved especially encouraging. Or. Bacon reported the reorganization of five clubs which were in existence the past year and the organization of 13 new clubs. Four of the old clubs Are located in Brownington and one in one exact subject of the lecture a a Newport. The new clubs Are As Fol Ras a the Ter Centenary of the salad cabbage lad Apple and lows Morgan 4, West Charlean 2, Landing of the or. Willisa salad. Be or swim Neva sort Center l Orleans 1,_ Barto told of How the world had Nefi ted of a Rota. Reseca to i a Quot his great Friendship for Henry land a native of Barton. Refer i. J m is quoted elsewhere. The exact subject of the lecture a use cold boiler peas Parker led Ham lobster Newport Linter a a Rita is a a ii told of now the worm Naa Oen Entea a nil Onia 2, Glover 2, and West Glover 1. These from the Puritan influence. The con. Clubs have been adopted As part of j git tuition of the United states wast ppm Cream grapes Coffee mixed the local program the com to if be a Hanquet f. W. Cut tog. Flekser Aid a Hei Ai now 26 Ltd Oak a a of a set eat a a a a a Oise Tuoti Sola a a so in a its Ikas Lhez a Naiko . De that the expenses Are being kept a of a development of the United l the bal dog has been painted ont within the monthly budget adopted at states its great resources and Power i Side and in every to decorated previews meeting. While he com and of so a a be Fri big of a Etc a log a my with Nash to Unity is organized and the leaders drawn from the farm Bureau membership. W. Shaw the treasurer report been painted out not available at that time it was certain that the plete figures were boys and girls exposition would Cost about $65, and the state fair exhibit about $25. Only seven or eight communities have completed the membership Campaign As planned and it was decided to inaugurate a follow up plan in an attempt to Complete the work. It was left to pres. Dutton to urge the chairmen of these delinquent communities to work their interesting. Or. Hillis refers to native of Barton. Before beginning his lecture thursday night on a the 300th anniversary of the Landing of the Pilim fathers a or. Hillis paid a High tribute to a former citizen of Barton. He said a if you were to ask me for the Tito at once he comm mems of Detroit affected Are As and of the state of Michigan i should Harleston covent Erly Hon immediate answer. A a a Irasburg Lowell a Ort Nev Ort i Barton in 1244, Henry m Center a Westfield while Bartonee business men. In this i Campaign to raise Umney or a ing was a great Success the Sale be of a a nearly new Delavan a patronized and the Oyster of. A nearly new Uei a Unity near new York City who supper largely attended. Be i a no. 1. Also Sond and necessities of life and who la get re Nae. Allies a a have never had any Christmas cel or. M. F. Prime was called to bos a bration at All. A committee has been ton saturday by the sudden illness _ appointed to make an Appeal to the and death of his daughter. Mrs. La de. I a one Nice five year old j students of both the grades and Theille Goode. Mrs. Goode was ill Only freshen soon. Harry it High school. The Money raised in an n few Days with pneumonia. 46-48 ser to this Appeal will a Small White stocking. Rev. M. A. Turner. Pastor preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.46. Epworth league 6.00 p. M. Preaching 7.00 p. M. 1. ,7�?T 1 i j 4.1. A Audi enact Kuzuw Ivor. A Sci it in sos Cue Tures to emphasize the subject mat Leland withdrew from the Auto i Ter of talks it As Felt that the coun Industry to manufacture a lib to a it could make Pood use of a motors a for the american and projection machine and or. Abell English French and Belgium govern Albany. Be sent in a i for s.ale�?1917 Model Ford Lour i or car new body in Good run i Reg or also nearly new Roppelt j i Bros. Until Hitta. E. Piano in excellent con i sins Arleaux. Of Barton miss Fanny May is sick with be conc Nanc parlor stove Franklin i cant Hook Iron bar he save Money. _ a.vr.,. G. Gorham Faas been quite sick Vav Iachine second hand Brick. For several Days.  �cz., to rent. Call upon f. W. Or. And mrs Birwin. Barton it. 45-47 Scott Brooks Are was to obstructed to Uto cure one if Rte Etoh Fren Bol Tom Bove prayer meeting on thursday even he built six thousand motor tots a he Halls around the Donn now ave air planes to be used at Harold Jenness took his Small Calendar for november. A toe a a be sed tothe uses my est a tsar �?Terusst�?~??�7"s i Hsi she Ufa Iso went to Boston to a Hospital for of clock a. . Machine treatment of infantile paralysis pm a Quot Quot of i Ilion. His inventive Genius his Cour a g 8 heralds at 3 o clock. Cows and horses boat to Greensboro age his accuracy his integrity have fire i made the very name of Leland syn x. 1 Ono Mous with loyalty and honesty. In go x a pm evening of nov. 6, the Hara Barton or. Leland was born Here he boy or girl represented i the farm of a. M. Parmeter in a Pant the Early rears of his career Here i Greensboro was discovered on fire and although this Little City May have working in the Lang store Barton Post office advertises a letter adv mrs. Annie Goodrich. Or. And mrs. E. D. Alger spent the week end with friends in Lowell. Mrs. Holbrooke and children spent the week end in Sherbrooke can. Otis Ladeau is ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Vescoe is caring for him. Miss Marjorie Webster spent the a week end with a Friend in East two residences facing the Square. Craftsbury. Good Bam and Garden. One House has Raymond Ryder recently went to two tenements and might easily be Boston where he is taking a course sure into Fine business a a for Holstein irl Uig Bull. A a Creamella sarcastic i Quot dutch land farms Breeding. S. R r. I. Red cockerel from heavy laying Strain 230 to 250 egg a cords. Hastings amp Smith w. Glover. 45-47p for Sale or rent my real estate in Barton Village consisting of or. And yrs. William Estabrook j who motored from we Ashington d. C., mothers and Fathi visiting friends in route arrived at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. D. J. Huntington. They expect to spend the Winter in town. Of 12 Giris and a quoth Andice to club of Chicago William Telfer who lived just out 10 boys. Miss e. F. Chamberlin is of a a a a a a among those names we must make a Side the Village on the Evansville the local Leader mrs. Demick. Mrs a in helping the family out and Gete Large place for the name of Henry Road died monday and the funeral Leclair and mrs. Young advisory the lower part i Leland the great manufacturer and was held wednesday afternoon. Fur committee. The House before More Distant help 1 Noble gentleman a Patriot of a uni Jan exp ,. Artiuh As the water Sun nov was a a ther particulars will be Given next week. Sure into Fine business property. In of mrs. Mcdougall or w. M. Wright. 43tf for Sale or rent farm with 160 acres sugar and Apple or Tianis running water. Good House a by Bam. Only two Miles from bar in Viii age on Westmore Road. Good frailty Quarry on property. Also 180 of Woodland and pasture. J. M. Beraard. Barton. 16tf wanted wanted live Ron. Poultry. Elrick 18tf wanted Man to work on farm. G t. Cook Glover. 43tf wanted at once a meat and pstry Cook. Valley House Orleans. 44tf w anted i a things. Greet Orleans it. 25 Maple 45-46p for pullets and of toys. E. S. Kelley Orleans Thone 123-13. 42tf in telegraphy. Mrs. A. L. Ryder of Fitch Bay p. Q., is visiting her daughter mrs. J. J. Hutchinson. Ernest Smith of St. Johnsbury is and mrs. . Of i.1. 4. 1 v 13 boys. Mrs. Goodsale will assist the weather for the past week has advisory committed continued open. There has been one _ for two very Sharp nights and two ors k a three Snow flurries. A very Little Dewing a by of 11 Junior High school Snow would make Good Sleigh ing. Of is a handicraft club of 12 boy thermometers failed Only a few de a a sewing club of 20 boys and Grees of reaching Zero one morning grammar grades orking last week to ree projects sewing gardens and handicrafts. The ladies in the com Rev. Is. J. Hutchinson was in Glover 1 Unity Are going to take up the hot sunday to officiate at the funeral of lunch project for three schools. The e. Miles now of Bradford but older girls club will help by super Morgan a Center has a sewing club v a Supply As a a be and lofty to. Of to girls. And a club 1 Fer hours is atari the entire farm buildings connected and about 300 feet in length were a mass of ruins. Or. Parmeter went to the barn to Rural carriers examination the United states commission has civil service d an exam. A new installed and. Re a. New Sil Linen and dishes and much new leading Plant is Bein much plumbing work vet Linen and dishes and much new Kitei Ien equipment has also been purchased. Or. Cutting also told of their Good Fortune in securing the services of or. And mrs. J. Ira Lincoln to manage the property and spoke of their Success elsewhere and the great Progress they have made in putting hotel Barton a on the the mention of the names of both or. And mrs. Lincoln was greeted with applause. In inspection of every part of the House by those present showed clean Bright hastily arranged rooms and Halls and every part of the House has a comfortable and a a Homey Appeal. Business has been larger than was anticipated since or. And mrs. Lincoln came to the management All rooms having been filled Many nights. With further improvements and further publicity hotel Barton is bound to become a Bush and paying property. Many thousands of dollars have been expended in putting the place in Fine condition no expense Havig been spared to make the hotel the Best in every Way. Following the banquet and inspection the new Harmony orchestra of Orleans furnished music for a social dance which was enjoyed by All. The orchestra also furnished splendid music during the banquet and before. From beginning to end the event was a most pleasant and successful one the food All being Well cooked and served the Quality of the food being the comment of Many. Water his horses before going to bed. Nation for the county of Orleans As was his custom and had three of vt., to be held at Greensboro or. Wanted Yout automobile Batter of Winter storage. Urie garage Barton. 45-47 wanted�?65 Good store sheep lambs Over 70 pounds at 11 cents rite s. A. Cleveland Coventry. In wanted Good boarding place or elderly Man. Farm Home desired. Han Able to help with chores. Quot apply to Harry Dickens Orleans. 46ti wanted men to Cut pulp Wood. Good w3"es paid either by the Cord by the Day. Call or address Joe gyr Greensboro Bend. 45-46 wanted a Shetland Pony and Jazaie. State Price for same. G. L. Newport Center it. R. F. D. I of. 2. 44-46 visiting his parents or. Addison Smith. Miss Geneva Hubbard is spending two weeks with her sister mrs. B. Shattuck in Danville. Mrs. Jennie Alexander of Newport has been spending several Days with mrs. Della Willson. Miss Glen Fuller of Brownington has been visiting mrs. Charles Morse and other friends in town. Mrs. Nettie Auen is moving Here from St Johnsbury where she has been living for several months j. R. Gray has moved from mrs. Holbrooks House to a farm he has purchased in Woodsville n. R. Barron has been in new York markets for several Days buying goods for the e. W. Barron co. Or. And mrs. James Scott were guests of their daughter mrs. Lynn Anderson in Albany the past week. Mrs. A. S. Redfield is assisting the Telfer Home for a time. Miss Nettie Telfer is slowly improving from her illness. Announcements have been revived of the marriage of Herbert Elliott formerly of this place and Ava Reid of Sutton p. The thanksgiving meeting of the woman a literary club will be held with the president mrs. Perley tonight november 17. Mira Laura Case who has been an invalid for some years is making a remarkable recovery. She is now Able to walk about the House unaided. Yrs. Zabarsky of South Church i them at a Large trough at one end of the lower or feeding floor of the Stock Hara and his lantern was either leans and Newport on dec. 11, 1920, to fill the position of Rural Carrier at Derby line and Greensboro and a formerly of Barton and Glover. Or. Vision and demonstrations in the be Eruik a Mues was prominent in town affair Spring the handicrafts club of the a find them and were trapped there Here several years ago further boys will split up into three pro Ter. Parmeter got another pair of reference to or. Miles life will be a poultry calf and i xxx. Made in these columns later. Knocked Over or i loved and flames candies that May later occur on Rural routes from other Points from Post quickly spread to the chaff and Hay nearby the three horses rushed into the feeding floor with the flames be reference to or. Miles life will be a poultry Caff and Maple Suga. Miss 1 �7�used i 1 his family and then Ems unable to a break in the main Power line of the municipal electric Plant in Charleston this Forenoon deprived Barton of electric current for several hours. The Linotype and presses in the Monitor office Are entirely dependent upon electric current and the break handicapped the publishing of this Issue to a considerable extent. News was received Here of the death at his Home in Danville october 26, of f. B. Stockes a prominent business Man of that town. He has held Many town offices and was vice president and director of the Cale a National Bank. A Heath Are the local leaders. Mrs. George Calkins and mrs. Eastman Are the advisory committee. Newport Center has 17 boys and girls working on the following projects poultry sewing Canning cooking and gardens. Miss Thelma con Nal is local Leader. Orleans has a sewing club of 21 Junior High school girls. Miss Elsie Skinner is local Leader. Mrs. J. Stannard and mrs. J. Bartlett the advisory committee. Barton has two clubs 42 Junior High school girls in a sewing club mrs. Girls he is survived and 14 boys in a poultry club. By a widow Nee Carrie c. Stanton j e. J. Carter is local Leader for the who was for a time a teacher in the girls or. J. F. Schelder Leader for Demy Here al a son. �?o2 the body of c. Hammond arrived from Mcindoe wednesday noon and burial took place in Welcome o. Brown cemetery Rev. J. J. Hutchinson officiating at the five. Or. Hammond was born in Haverhill n. H., 67 years ago but spent most of his life in Barton. Mrs. Hammond died about a year ago. He leaves two daughters mrs. A. Chase of wanted storage Battery repair also Winter storage of bats v. Nault Barton. 44-47p wanted to hire or rent Small a pm by experienced Man. Myron a horse Box 267, Barton. 35tf eds fresh eggs and Poul mondays and tuesdays at or advisory com e boys. Mrs. Red May Mildred Dutton Are the adv Mittee. Glover has a poultry club of 19 boys Joseph Alexander local Leader. Also a sewing club of seven girls. Get into the cow stable in which were 17 cows and a Bull which were also burned. Nearly All the farming tools household utensils and Over 200 bushels of potatoes were lost. The loss is Between $7000 and $8000. Evans Vilf Clarence Tracy is Home from Dorchester mass., for a time. Or. And mrs. D. W. Wright visited at a. Miles sunday. Mrs. Ella Tracy of Boston mass., recently visited at a. E. Tracy a. Miss Lulu Heath of Orleans was a week end visitor at u. W. Spencer a. Mrs. Della Hilliard has been visiting her son Elmer at Orleans the past few Days. Mrs. L. A. Drown has gone to Orleans to care for mrs. Randolph Turnbull and child. Owen Robinson has been visiting mrs. F. Bickford local Leader mrs. J his son Fred at St. Johnsbury Cen 1 by y it. John Kimball helping on the advisory committee. Or the past week. Several from Here went to the Center to the Chicken pie supper wednesday evening and report a splendid time. F. S. Foster a. Miles and or. Offices in the above mentioned county. The salary of a Rural Carrier on a Standard daily route of 24 Miles is $1,800 per annul with an additional $30 per mile per annul for each mile or major fraction thereof in excess of 24 Miles. The examination win be open Only to citizens who Are actually domiciled in the territory of a Post office in the county and who meet the other requirements set Forth in form no. 1977. Both men and women if qualified May enter this examination but appointing officers have the Legal right to specify the sex de a j 1_ a a _ 4-4 a 4- .�-s.1- congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Prayer meeting and Bible study on thursday evening at 7.30. Sunday november 21 10.30 morning worship. Thanksgiving service subject of Sermon 11.45 Bible school. Classes for All. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. ,00 song service and Short talk on be trouble of possessing 7.1 a the new construction progressing rapidly construction work on the new buildings of the Wessell Nokle amp Gross Plant on water Street is progressing rapidly about 40 men being employed by the Flynt constr Tion company in erecting the buildings. First Story of the main Wood sired in requesting certification of Eli j working factory is up and the floor Giles. Women will not be consid Laid. Thi ered for Rural Carrier appointment unless they Are the widows of u. S. Soldiers sailors or marines or the wives of u. S. Soldiers sailors or marines or the wives of u. S. Soldiers sailors or marines who Are physically i qualified for examination by reason of injuries received in the line of military duty. Form no. 1977 and application Blanks May be obtained from the offices mentioned above or from the United states Civ love or or Iii Lii Iii ecu a service commission at washing Cletion and to Lis is an especially Well built building the Back Wall being a 32-Inch solid Wall while the three other Walls Are �6-Inch Walls. The window Sills Are All Granite. The elevator Shaft is outside the main building and is also of Brick. The boiler House Walls Are nearly up and the roof will soon he on while the foundation for one dry Kiln is Complete and ready for the Brick layers. Work of constructing the Sawmill has progressed far toward com ton d. Ai plications should be forwarded to the commission at Washington at the earliest practicable site of this new Brownington has plans ready for re a a xxx a a. Organizing its four clubs to form a Mcindoe where he has made his Home Garden club of 15 members in the since the death of his wife and mrs. I North District with sewing Canning i. A re Xyz a we St Peter of Tulsa Oklahoma. A calf potato and cooking projects in and mrs. Frank Gilfillan attended the from her. Visit to her daughter mrs. Eluded mrs e. J. Caron is their log funeral of Elias Martin at Glover i Maurice Leland. The afternoon study club held miss Isabel Cullen 1 Village sunday afternoon. I Armstrong who has meeting with the president mrs. Assisting. The Village club will al Elias Miles formerly of this place been caring for mrs. A. A. Webster Pearson thursday november 11 go form a Standard Garden club with died at his Home in Bradford last has returned to Burlington. The meeting Jas opened with the i members including project work in thursday. Funeral services were of. X it i singing of America and repeating the Canning sewing cooking calf conducted at Glover Village sunday in Street is in a Boston Hospital. A or lords prayer. Subject of the pro poultry pig and sheep. Miss Inez j. Afternoon. Young son broke his Arm in two place Idemance. Article on Mary is local Leader mrs. R. A i is sunday while cranking a Ford car. Riehart read by mrs in Litton mrs. E. S. Kelley mrs. F. a est Moke a a j a n 1, 7�? a. A Derwood piano Solo. Rustle of a Yanson the advisory committee mrs. U. I. Switzer is visiting Rel a i would advise a Hose wanting a Spring a miss Marie Browning As Center club will form a Standard natives in Morgan Center. Xxx. To Loxton a is. John Borland last Friday. Mrs. F. Weight has returned has been spending a few Days with him during his recent illness. Glover read Hutchins advertisement this Industry is a Bee hive of activity a a a la. Xixis xxx Xic xxxxx.x.1.s. Orphe Center Clud will lorm a Alixi Miilu Anives in a Morgan enter. Veau Jau Luigino Auvy photographs at my Barton studio Foran encore miss broking played Gewing club of 15 members with can Josenh wills is Home from his workweek and save Money. Scarf dance by Chaminade an Art a cooking and Garden projects a a a a jew la on Eleanor Porter was read by Sdeo mra. W. J. Mob Nkeith is Webster mrs. Ida Cut Leader mrs e. A. Robinson and to rent tenement. A. Nute a we Ryo a a a a a Carton. to a to rent Waterford for a Short time. Several have been suffering quite severely with colds in this Vicinity. Mrs. Ward it Peeler of we est Burke visited her aunt mrs. E. Hunt the miscellaneous Sciss ored Wisdom was Given by each a a a x j j s j xxx of the members. Thirteen members at Evansville a Sten re Garden Eek and seven visitors were present. The club will be formed having Mem a a a a to a a a ,. A 2l.t___1____ xxx a _ re Tnp let work n. A. . La a exc . Xxx Ciufu Rcv. M. T. Koot is delayed an will not be Here As expected november Nual supper Friday evening in the Glover Community Quot Thurce pastor. Rev. John a mall. Morning worship 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 Evening service at 7.30 p. M. The menus class will give their an adv bought the Valley fam of failing health he sold the farm and Cash paid for furs hides and of Tea and cake and a social hour in sewing Canning and poultry. Rev. Xuy nays and Luesa ays Ai or junk. Telephone 58-11 Daniel Za-1 enjoyed. The next meeting of or. We w. Cook is their local Leer. Station. E. S. A Baa sky Barton. 9tf a the club Wil be held with yrs. In mrs Gertrude Mith. Mrs Fri for Man and wife Man to in Mill and wife to help in Tehen. U. S. Bobbin amp shut-co., Willoughby. 44tf a Calfskin horse hides also All kinds of junk Hirn water St., Barton. Both a a tones. 43tf 17tf _ insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual com Nanies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Village real estate. Any one having Village real estate they wish to sell Call on f w. Baldwin. Barton. 39tf Derwood on december 2. Coventry 21. 1 vestry. Carroll Piper and family of this will be a Blue Jay sup notice ame _ my place a week ago Buck sheep marked with a a a a own name a. Hubbard. Owner May same by proving property and pay Wanton a x. Ing charges of advertising. Albert Iku al assistant Matron Ca i Westmore. 46-47 a de ascent vo7� Hannah. Westmore i Pound work. Good salaries to right Bax quota. Tuuu Stria pics no xxx ii. It. A. Sri f x qualifications fully in a Fott Ndu Black and White female in tier. For particulars write hound with Collar marked g. R. S. I intendant county truant school october 12. Almond Ducharme iras i a ence mass. 46-49 Burg. Box 99. 43tf Ter mrs . Co of ivies. George Charleston visited their parents. Kittle and Mabel Larock Are the and and mrs. Joseph Tatro sunday visor committee. Mrs. Ernest Parry has Rona to Canning club will form t a Xuy or Xix of mrs. Bertha Lyon was called to i How Trees might be saved. If everyone would save the waste Johnsbury for treatment look Hospital. J a my projectrmr7 a b. Heyer a i Earl Lvov and Erton i require More than their local Leader mrs. A. T. Lorimer or. And mrs. Lyon and. 500.noo.ooo feet of lumber each year Bert Ware went to Brookfield mrs. G. F. Lodge and mrs. Baileyy Quot mrs franc i la Oil it a to make the paper shipping cases mass Friday and while there Pur the advisory committee. A throughout the country chased a residence. Membership cards for 1921 will be a Frost a see Foi by rial in�?4. 4. At Yirk a Lix x 1___ij_ 1___ with an a own your own West Charlesten thursday by the j a a borne it would not let Enec death of her Mother in Law mrs. 1 the n e. M. P a. Meeting was a sent to any boy or girl in the coun cemetery beside her husband great Success. There was a Large to desiring to take up some project a a us Lyon number present to partake of the Fine m club a Rork where there is no club a arc t rat Suiser in the evening the food that formed in his or her Community. Such a est Gloyer was left was sold at auction by Frank help will be Given these members by j j Shatney has been suffering Orne. The following program was the club agent As can rendered by heart trouble. Then enjoyed duet Sidney Gorham a a a a a mrs. A. A. Webster has recovered and Carrie Batchelder Reading the mail Forl recent operation. Kate Hancock the milk question was such will receive his prompt Atten then discussed by the members. Tion. The missionary society met with _ Why it was safer. Said the weather prop Liet a i think it is safest always to predict Bud a a Why a to bar a Well people Are ready to forgive you if you turn out to be Yonkers statesman. 11 m Ai a d. Gilmour. The following account of the life and activities of David d. Gih Nour is from the last Issue of the Bradford opinion after a Long and lingering illness Gavid Donald Gilmour passed away a his Home Here on november 1, 1920. He was born at Glover March 25, 1864. His Early life was spent on the Home Fatm which he later bought. Shortly after his marriage to Margaret Telfer on a Une ,17, 1896, the buildings were destroyed by fire. He then bought a farm at West Glover from West Glover he removed to Barton and later to Lyndon where he on account for two years lived in Lyndonville. In the fall of 1918 he bought of Roy Burroughs a part of the Everett Mcduffee farm on the upper Plain at Bradford. In july he sold the farm to his son in Law we. S. Bailey and bought a House in this Village where he lived less than two months when death him or. Gilmour was an Active member of the congregational Church and a Man highly respected by All who knew him. He was a tender and de voted husband and father and will be missed in the Home Circle. During the illness of his wife he scarcely left her except for a Tew hours when necessary caring for her As Lone As his strength permitted. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and three daughters Agnes mrs. We. S. Baile Bertha And Helen m., a brother at West Burke and a sister in California. The funeral service was held at his Home her it it on november 3, 1920, Rev. J. J. Hutchinson of Barton a former pastor officiated. Burial at Glover. A. Large number of friends awaiting at the cemetery showed the High esteem in which or. Gilmour was held

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