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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49-no. 47barton. Vermont wednesday november 24, 1920 single copies 5 cents. A to a a song a will a Iii sett us Der thu. A per word tor4lr�t insert Tud it per word there note. Cash it Niv the order. A advertise a. Inse ted or less than for Sale for Sale new line of Street a blankets. Wrights stables. Orleans. 45-47 for Nice five year old , v.-. To freshen soon. Harry a Darling. Albany__46-48 for Sale Ose Hay Fine Quality. J. Ii. Bartlett a phone 78-21, or . For Sale sound work horse weight 1300 lbs. M. J. O a Barton 38tf for Grade Guernsey Bull calves also Duroc Jersey pigs. E. Kelley Orleans r. D. 41tf for Sale half blood Shropshire Buck year and a half old. Fine Ani Bai. J. J Waters Irasburg r. 1 for Sale nearly new Delaval separator. No. 17, also second hand driving harness. V. O. Miles Barton. Phone 34-14. 37tf for pair heavy one beam sleds also pair of three beam sleds nearly new. If you want sleds you and see them. Harry Cook bar-47-48 ton for sale�?1917 Model Ford tour not car with new body in Good run Bing order also nearly new Roppelt Bros upright piano in excellent con h i ten. C. E. Jenkins Orleans. Of a a Academy notes the a a overseas social Given monday evening was very interesting As Well As instructive. Pictures and a talk were Given on the City of Paris also Many souvenir and War relics were on exhibition and or. Rankin explained their use. also had a Large american Flag which had been used in service. Placed about the room were maps Post cards and pictures collected during his tour in France. At the close of the entertainment or. Rankin presented to each member of the audience a piece of a German aeroplane. The Money received was used for the Benefit of the b. A. Athletic association. B. A. Is. N. In the opening game of the season the Barton Academy boys contested the Newport High school boys the game ending in Victory for the Newport team. Rudolph Bigelow acted As referee and All comments As to his decisions Are very favourable. The first period showed that the teams were very evenly matched. Barton gained the first score landed of Comstock. Several Good plays were made soon after by Savage Carter and Gardner. Carter was substituted by Waken an in the last part of the period. The standing at the end of the 20 exciting minutes was j2-12 in the favor of Newport. The second period showed the superiority of Newport Over Barton in Lassing. Although Good plays were Iii de by Cornish and Valley the second period proved a failure for our boys because of the Speed of the contestants. In the last part of the period Hanson was substituted for Amish. The game ended with new first Snow storm of the season the first real Snow storm of the season came saturday night and sunday the 20th and 21st, and continued nearly All Day sunday. In Thig Section the storm was mild the Snow fall being around six inches. In nearby towns heavier Falls of Snow were reported and South of the county heavy storms prevailed. Another storm of three or four inches fell tuesday and tuesday night making splendid Sleigh ing upon smooth and slightly Frozen ground. Methodist episcopal Church not Rev. M. A. Turner pastor preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.45. Epworth league 6.00 p. M. Preaching 7.00 p. M. Prayer meeting on thursday evenings. Calendar for november. Nov. 25�?Union thanksgiving service in the methodist Church at 9 of clock a. M. Nov. 28�?meeting of Junior league and Kings heralds at 3 of clock. Home of or. And mrs. V. Drown on wednesday evening november 17th at 8 of clock when their daughter Eva Mae was United in marriage to Leslie Murkland Elliott of this town by the Rev. M. A. Turner pastor of the methodist Church. The Bride wore a Beautiful gown of White corporate districts to succeed c. L. Georgette crepe with veil and was attended by miss Hortense Elliott sister of the Groom As bridesmaid. Harvey Leonard was Best Man. Both or. And mrs. Elliott Are graduates of Barton Academy in the class of 18. They have the Best wishes of their Many friends. Store underwent an operation for appendicitis at the St. Johnsbury Hospital Friday. Although his condition is critical a slight gain is Rej arted. His Large Circle of friends wish him a speedy recovery. The red Cross Roll Call drive ends november 25 and any who have been missed in the canvass and wish to contribute their Dollar for membership and the great work of the red Cross should see mrs. W. Carter chairman of the committee. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Union thanksgiving service in the methodist Church thursday at 9.00 a. M. One hour Only. Sunday november 28. 10.30 morning worship. Subject of Sermon a the 11.45 Bible school. Classes for All. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 song service and Short talk on a Thorn in the service Bright Brief and brotherly. All Welcome. For Sale Village residences i parlor stove Franklin Ivan Nav bilk Comstock. If cant Hook Iron bar Hub . R Chine second hand Brick. Ten. To rent. Call upon f. W. A Quot i Barton al it has been reported that the Sta score being 36-14. I restaurant is soliciting regular Neal _ a the lineup and floored baskets were ers Only. This is not True. The Star restaurant caters to transients As Newport Well As regular dealers serving Spe 1 Gardner if 7 Cial dinners each Day and a Chicken Prouty of 4 dinner each sunday. Try our ser Goodrow c 2 j vice. Mrs. L. C. Gates proprietor and Addison. In a on thursday afternoon As h. V. Bay age re i drown was passing a Load of Christ Irasburg Wallace Reid in a double Speed a thursday at the town Hall. Adv Cashus alien of Nashua. N. H., visited friends in town Over sunday. Perry Lanou is Home from the Randolph school for thanksgiving. John Simino has traded his Tresi Dence Here for a farm in South Newport. Mrs. Addie Cook of Barton has been business visitor in town the past week. Or. Leonard of Burli Norton visited his Cousin mrs. Ralph Willis the past week. For Holstein there were Fey fouls during the stood in the Street in a or Bull. A a Creamella sarcastic Barton gaming one Ore i int of a. L. Uriel a House another la. Dutch land farms Breeding Eye sort s errors while Newport automobile from the Odd Osite direct i a Quot the sir class ring a have arrived decor. Hastines Smith a t for Sale or rent my real a estate in Barton Village consisting of two residences facing the Square j Good Bam and Garden. One House has two tenements and might easily be made into Fine business property. Inquire of mrs Mcdougall or w. M. Wright. 43tf for Sale or rent farm with 16h acres sugar and Apple Orchards running water. Good House and Bam. Only two Miles from Barton Village on Westmore Road. Good Granite Quarry on property. Also 180 acres of Woodland and pasture. J. M. Barnard Barton. 16tf wanted wanted live poultry. Elrick Larton. 18tf wanted Man to work on farm. G. T. Cook Glover. 43tf wanted at once a meat and pastry Cook. Valley House Orleans.44tf w anted orders for pullets and turkeys. E. Kelley Orleans Thone 123-13. 42tf. W anted your automobile batteries for Winter storage. Urie garage Banon. 45-47 wanted at once girls experienced in a general housework. Inquire of f. W. Comstock Barton. In wanted Straw of any kind. Pariseau West Glover a phone Barton 109-3. Twp w anted autos and carriages to paint and store. M. Whiting Orleans. 47-49 wanted Good boarding place for elderly Man. Farm Home desired. Man Able to help with chores. Apply to Harry Dickens Orleans. 46tf wanted storage Battery repair Fork. Also Winter storage of batteries. V. Nault Barton. 44-47p w anted to hire or rent Small farm by experienced Man. Myron Morse Box 267, Barton. 35tf wanted fresh eggs and poultry mondays and tuesdays at or Loans station. E. Kelley Orleans. 17tf wanted Man and wife Man to Fork in Mill and wife to help in fat Chen. U. Bobbin amp shuttle Willoughby. 44tf Barton the Bank will be closed thanksgiving Day. Roy Stiles and family were recent visitors in Wolcott mrs. R. Barron has been ill with tonsillitis this week. Will Utton is in new York City this week on business. Herbert Pacteau of St. Johnsbury was a recent visitor in town. Mrs. W. B. Proctor was a business visitor in Sherbrooke on Friday. Arthur Akle is children Are recovering from the whooping cough. Mrs. J. F. Batchelder has been ill for several Days but is much improved. Mrs. Stott of Danvers mass., has been visiting her Mother mrs. Nettie Ford. Regular meeting of Orient chapter no 13, o. E. S., Friday evening at 7.30 of clock. Mrs. G. Ray Sheehan and daughter of Burlington Are visiting her Mother mrs. Mae Rollins. Miss Grace Proctor spent the weekend recently with miss Avis Spaulding at Newport. Misses Ina and Myrtle Allen of Orleans were recent guests of or. And mrs. Arthur Akley. Mrs. A m. Wright has returned from a several weeks visit with relatives in Albion n. Miss Hilda George of Manchester n. H., recently spent two weeks Here with mrs. F. R. Buck. Miss Phyllis Urie of Boston is spending a weeks vacation with her parents or. And mrs. G. Urie. Or. And mrs. C. A Willard and children left saturday for Beverly mass., to remain until after thanksgiving. Madame Shaw who has been visiting her son Rodney Shaw of Park Street has returned to her Home in Whitefield n. Miss Belle Fairbanks who is a teacher in Enosburg is spending thanksgiving week with her parents or. And mrs. B. Fairbanks. Ralph Hibbard of Springfield mass., made a flying visit to his parents or. And mrs. C. E. Hibbard sunday and monday. Mrs. V. K. Zimmerman and son Walter of Greenfield mass., have been spending several Days in town returning saturday to their Home. Get your thanksgiving dinner at the Normandy cafe. Turkey with trimmings $1.00 per plate. Dinner served from 12 to 2 of clock. Ranted a Calfskin horse hides also All kinds of junk. Water St., Barton. Both pores. 43tf automobile from the opposite direction also attempted to pass. Or. Drowns car was quite badly damaged in the collision but no one was injured. Victor Robbins son of or. And mrs. F. Robbins of Lake Street was seriously injured saturday Forenoon while coasting near the freight station. His sled shot under a loaded milk truck which passed Over the boys body inflicting injuries which necessitated an operation at Bright look Hospital where the child was taken. is improving slowly. / the we Oman a literary club met with mrs. Perley wednesday evening november 17. There were 20 members and three guests present. The following thanksgiving program was Given it being arranged by miss Burgess paper a Early pilgrims a miss Grace Mcdonald paper a Ypil i tvs in America a mrs. Mabel Hibbard Reading a a Mother a dash for Liberty a mrs. Hanson. All joined in singing America after which the hostess served apples Candy and nuts. A Community Creed. I believe in the integrity of the people. I believe in my Home my Church my school and my business. I believe in my Community. I believe in the enrichment of social and Community life. I believe in the Elevation of the moral standards of my Community. I believe in the service of my Fellowmen. I believe that to serve i must Rise above selfishness and Petty jealousies. I believe in cooperation for Community betterment. 1 believe in the application of the Golden Rule to Community affairs. A Virginia Extension news adv Lowell Charles Stewart is visiting relatives in Highgate. A son was bom to or. And mrs. A. J. Guyette tiie 20th. Or. Slayton of Morrisville was caller in town the past week. Or. And mrs. W. J. Collins were business callers in Morrisville Friday. C. Newton is visiting his daughter mrs. A. L. Grow at her Home in Johnson. Preston Sheltra is moving to Westfield where he will work for h. L. Pudvah. Henry Sheltra is very ill at the Home of his daughter mrs. George Paronto. Mrs. Cavis Toof of North Troy is visiting her parents or. And mrs. A r. Sinclair. Mrs. Goodale of Barnet is stopping with her daughter mrs. Benj. Barrett for awhile. A. P. Sweet returned Home monday from Boston where he has been the Elliott drown. A quiet wedding occurred at the Bab a panted school superintendent. Carl Batchelder supervisor of the Cabot District has been appointed school superintendent of the Orleans Southern school supervision District which includes schools in the towns of Barton Glover and Albany and those in the Barton and Orleans in Erwin who recently went to Bellows Falls. Or. Batchelder is a vermonter 32 years of age having taught several years in the state previous to his College career. In College or. Batchelder specialized in subjects relating to supervisory work and in mathematics. After graduation he taught mathematics in a military College and then went into supervisory work in which he has shown marked Talent. It is expected that or. Batchelder will take up the work in a Short time. Mcfarlane Sells feed Mill and Stock Charles Mcfarlane has a Lold his feed Mill and Stock at the head of water Street to f. E. Brown of Sheldon who takes Possession of the property december 1. The Sale includes he building Stock fixtures and Good will. The Saie Price is $12,500 for the building and fixtures plus the inventory of the Stock in hand. Or. Mcfarlane will remain with or. Brown for a time As will All the help or. Mcfarlane has employed. Or. Mcfarlane came he re nearly nine years ago taking the business from he Barton Grain company and since that time the business has increased More than four fold. Or. Brown is a Young Man who will be welcomed to the business interests of Barton. The sunday Observance Law or. Editor Rev. R. A. Hamilton of Orleans in an Issue of this paper said a have we come to a Point in Vermont where the principle of local option in handling the sunday problem should be put into practice a we Are told that everything is governed by Law. We Are then led to inquire what is Law authorities Tell its that Law is a a Rule of action established by recognized authority to enforce Justice and direct duty As a legislative enactment specifically a Rule of civil conduct prescribed by a supreme Power in a state As the Laws of god and soon after god made this orld he published his Law and through his servant Moses gave it to his people in the shape of commandments which have never been equalled since and Are at present the Law in substance of nearly eve state -4n the Union. Exodus 20. These commandments Start As follows a remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy. Six Days Shalt thou labor and do All thy work but the seventh Day is a Sabbath unto the lord thy god in it Shou Shalt not do any work thou nor thy son nor thy daughter thy Man servant nor thy maid servant nor thy cattle nor any stranger that is within thy Gates fore for it is holy unto you and everyone that def Ileth it shall surely be a Eye shall keep the Sabbath there put to death for whosoever doth any work on the Sabbath Day he shall surely be put to anything in that that sounds like local option in 1787, six years before Vermont was admitted into the Union the a Republic of Vermont passed a Law a that the first Day of the week Shal be kept and observed by the people of the state As a Sabbath holy Day. Or Day of rest from secular labors and bro��?zi.,r, achievement Day. Even scripts my of december 3rd. Proceeding and the string of an achievement Day program is be a the Sun on the same Day exercise an ing arranged by miss Winslow local secular labor business or employ Leader of the wide awake club ment except such As Nee Eskaran Brownington Village. Friday even acts of Charity require nor shall they ters of St. Johnsbury were in town to i ing december 3rd is set for the Date. Use or exercise any games sports. Dav to attend the funeral of mrs. The Hall will be announced later a or plays or hold or resort to an Phillips. I through the schools. Public Assembly except such As Shal Arthur Taylor of South Newport is i the program includes Reading of a be Holden for the purpose of Socia moving into the House he bought of i stories by the club members records and religious worship and moral in John Simino 1 of each of the four clubs. Jolly Jun Striction nor shall any person or per a it a ors at the North District wide Pait with he a mrs a of a. M. Clouet. Lera it evs Iville. The club presi Hiram Pike of in mass., visited a be called upon for a read his parents or. And mrs. E. A. Pike a he summarized totals of the one Day recently. The children who have been ill with Rev. R. A. Hamilton will give an whooping cough Are improving and j address upon a Community achieve there Are no new cases. Ment a for the Benefit of the mothers for Sale one three beam sled and fathers who Are urged to come and two one beam sleds. Chris Bell Irasburg it. 47tf Joseph Courcy has finished work in the store Here and returned to Nis former Home in Lowell mass. Clyde Healey and Glendon Sanborn Are Home from Montpelier Seminary for the thanksgiving vacation. Mrs. Edward Lewis and daughter of Wells River spent the week end at the Home of her father c. D. Bailey. T. C. Fisher has had a Fine Monument placed on his lot in the cemetery. L. R. Lewis of Barton did the work. A new daughter arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. Gerald Annis yesterday november 23. Congratulations. Mrs. Jessie Brush of Malone n. Y., mrs. Grace Boright of Derby and mrs. Thomas Smith of Evansville were called Here sunday by the critical illness of mrs. Jennie Phillips. George Mitchell and mrs. Sam Mitchell were called to Wells River last Friday by the illness of mrs. Nellie Mitchell who went there last week to visit her son and daughter. Mrs. Mabel Telfer Zimmerman of Greenfield mass has been visiting in the Homes of or. And mrs. E. T. Wells or. And mrs. R. E. Willis and or. And mrs. Harry Wells the past week. Messes. Harlow Willey Damon and g. Metcalf returned from Errol n. H., last thursday night each bringing a Deer with the exception of our town representative elect no failed to get one but then he ought not to expect All the Good things to come his Way. Charles Shepard and daughter mrs. Hazel Nault and Little daughter left today for Grafton n. H., where they will spend thanks shia no with or. And mrs. P. Brewster. They will also visit relatives in White River Junction and St. Johnsbury before returning. Remember the Box social and promenade Given in the town Hall next Friday evening by the willing workers sunday school class. The band will be in attendance. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Ladies with boxes free. All the proceeds Are for the Church. The county club agent will be present and assist in the evenings program giving a Short talk on the plans for the club work in Brownington the coming year. Three special Lime demonstrations to be conducted in Orleans county. Three special Lime demonstrations will be started next Spring in Orleans county. The Eastern Bureau of the National Lime association will furnish free of charge delivered to the Farmers station Lime to be used for these demonstrations As outlined below by the Extension workers of the state College of agriculture especially through the county agent in accordance with the plan agreed upon. The objects of these demonstrations Are As follows 1. To demonstrate Liming the soil on a crop yields b the Quality of the crops c the effect upon soil condition. 2. To measure the value of linking materials in terms of value of increased crop yields the Quality of the crops grown for a period of years preferably the period of the rotation on limed and unlined plots. 3. To measure the value of the Lime in realizing results from investments in seeds sown applied to such seeds As clovers Alfalfa etc., by comparing the relative returns in yields on limed and unlined plots. 4. To gather practical information of a local nature for use at Farmers meetings in publications in news articles and in other ways to definitely Point out the Money returns resulting from the use of Lime. The farms on which these demonstrations will be conducted Are the a. P. Niles farm in Derby the Leonard Homestead farm in Lover. And the a. B. Smith farm in Craftsbury. These demonstrations will All be on pieces next to the Road where the passing Public can View them. Samples of the soil from these pieces where the demonstrations will be run have been taken and forwarded to the Extension office at Burlington where they will be tested with samples from other counties thus applying a uniform test to the soil samples from All sons visit from House to House unless for the purposes of religious or moral conversation instruction or edification or from motives of humanity or if this Law was violated it provided for a Fine of $2.00 to go to the town where the offence was committed. In 1801, Laws nage 16, the above was amended by inserting after the word a a plays the words a Ball or dance or resort to any tavern inn or House of entertainment for amusement or in revised Laws 1840, the following was added a no person shall travel on the Sabbath Day or first Day of the week except from necessity or also a Hunting or shooting wild game or discharging fire arms on the Sabbath Day is prohibited. Fine not less than $10. Vermont statutes 1894, the Law was amended leaving out the provision regarding the resorting to any tavern inn etc., also leaving out the provision As to travelling on the Sabbath Day etc., but providing that the Railroad commissioners of the state might authorize the running of through trains on the railroads on sunday. Tie present statute of Vermont Sec. 7097, reads As follows a a person who Between 12 of clock saturday night and 12 of clock the following sunday night exercises any business or employment except works of necessity and Charity or holds or resorts to a Ball or dance or uses or exercises a game sport or play or resorts to a House of entertainment for amusement or recreation shall be fined not More than $2.�?� Sec. 7099, a a person who Hunts shoots pursues takes or kills wild game or other Birds or animals or discharges firearms except in the just defence of persons or property or in the performance of military or police duty on sunday Shay be imprisoned not More than two months or fined not More than $100, nor less than $10.�?� no local option in this Law. The Christian people of any Community can put a Stop to violations of the sunday Law if they so desire. It seems to be their a a options however that they do nothing about it. To that extent a local options is being put into a practice. F. W. Baldwin. E. C. Miles. The funeral of Elias c. Miles a former resident of Barton was held at the Church in Glover Village on sunday november 14. A Large number of relatives and friends were in attendance and the services were conducted by the Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor of the congregational Church of this Village. Or. Miles was bom in Albany january 1st, 1848. married Eliza Ames. Of this marriage two children were Bora the eldest of whom died in infancy. After his marriage he resided for a few years in Albany with his wife a father. From there he moved to Glover where he resided for some years and from Glover he moved to Barton where he resided until about a year ago when with his son veme he moved onto a farm in Bradford where he was living at the time of his death. His wife died november 10, 1901, after which he made his Home with his son veme. For Many years he was Deputy sheriff of Orleans coup a to and while a resident of Glover he was for several years Road commissioner of that town. While a resident of this town he was Road commissioner for several years and afterwards selectman which office he held until partially paralysed by a Shock which so impaired his ability to transact business that he resigned the office of selectman. Since that time though Able to be about and perform some manual labor much of the time he gradually failed until last Spring when he had another Shock that rendered him completely helpless a condition which continued until his death. During his last illness he suffered much not with standing the tender and watchful care of his son and step daughter yet he murmured not and bore his affliction As the Price which he was paying for living to great age. As he viewed it. retained his mental faculties until the end and awaited the final summons As the natural result that overtakes All living creatures yet without fear or complaint. was a Good Man modest and unassuming. And though the activities of his life were not such As to ring him prominently into Public notice yet the life he lived was so full of the True character of real greatness that his Many friends will Ever remember him As a worthy example of True manliness. had to known enemies and cherished no ill will toward anyone and his honesty was above suspicion. is survived by his son Verne three grandchildren two Brothers l. D. And w. W. Miles and a sister Melvina weight. A. B. Telfer. William b. Telfer a Long time resident of Barton died at his Home just outside Barton Village on the Evansville read monday november 15, after a few Days illness of pneumonia. The funeral was held from the House wednesday of last week. Revs. Warner and Hutchinson officiating and interment was in the Welcome o. Brown cemetery. Or. Telfer was Bora in Craftsbury october 7, 1846, the son of Thomas and Jean Dunlop Telfer. When a Young child the family moved to Glover and in 1877 or. Telfer married Emma Salisbury when they came to Barton to live. This was 43 years ago and or. Telfer has been a resident since living on the Salisbury place now known As the Telfer farm. Besides a daughter Nettie or. Telfer leaves two Brothers John of Barton and Thomas of Lyndonville and two Sisters mrs. Margaret Leggett of Waterbury and mrs. Jean Graves of Glover. Or. Telfer was a quiet honest kind hearted Man who held the respect and esteem of All. Evansville mrs. Annie Perkins recently visited her son Alvah of Westmore. W. W. Labor Cut his foot quite bad in while chopping in the Woods one Day last week. Mrs. Instone of Minnesota is visit her Mother mrs. A. P. Jenkins. Itt v. I. I past week on w. A. Warner who has been a1.1 mrs. Account of ill health miss Gla new Harmony or Ultra a will a Dys Coulm has in obliged to resign furnish music for the Ball at Glover her Posi Uon in the Lowell High school. I thanksgiving night. Adv j is. Burdette Start of Burlington owners to m. K Clow has sold his farm about sokness of her user k i shall care for charge and i two Miles South of the Yilla to Ede. Coo ledge was taken seriously ill thursday night. We Are glad to. A demonstration plots. Reports will be for the Rinset misses Belle and Alta Baldwin Are returned to the county agents and Rived Home from Montpelier Seminary a Lime forwarded accordingly from the miss Vera Leland is Home from for the thanksgiving vacation tues-1 National Lime association. 1 Bay path Institute Springfield mass., i for a weeks vacation. The death of Augustus p. Jenkins took place his Home near Evans dle on monday november 15th, at visiting her Friend. Miss Mae wheel j the age of 63 years and four months or. _ a the held at the House on Westmore miss Lucy Hancock of Coventry is pair storage batteries this Winter Ward lord of Glover. Or. Clow has As usual. I. Badger Ori eaps. 1 moved his family into mrs. L. E. Hol-45-49 i Brooks tenement for the Winter. Report that he is More comfortable at a Vii re a a. I miss Colburn is moving this week present. And Active fir Del Rome few former quarters in the Lang has sold his team horses a Bov a 1 of department work Street which were re a w. Barrett of St Albans. Or. A a a a Quot a am make an attractive gift shop. Angelo Bona of the Barton fruit 1 for or the past two weeks with a. is a Little More up banh �?1 Quot Quot cd a Nave been to Rougny rep Reu a Parde Good salaries to right a Siake an attractive gift shop it state qualifications fully in a sol for particulars write Torino indent county truant school t ence mass. 46-49 Day night. The a were accompanied Iby miss Olsson the teacher of Art at the Seminary who will be their guest during the week. Mrs. C. E. Towne and two Daugh the Many friends of mrs. G. W. Phillips were pained to learn of her death which occurred Early monday morning. Although she had been in poor health the past two years she was Only confined to the bed a week and two Days. Funeral services were entertainment at the Church wednes held at her late Home this afternoon j Day december 1st. An obituary will be Given next week j Emma Hudson who has been methodist Church notes a stopping for several weeks with her m. E. Church notes Quot a son was born to or. And mrs. Isaac Wilson november 9. Congratulations. Thursday november 18 at 2.30 of clock the Rev. Or. Tripp of Rioh Ford presiding at the services at the f-v�1 skin Quot pm to rent to rent tenement. C. A. Nute 41tf rent Small tenement in bar a inquire of b. J. Jenness. 47-48p pm a of nth two rooms heated. A clothes shop Davis Arton. 47tf found found a miscellaneous i ceases in the ear. Attire Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-11 Danie Zabawsky Barton. 9tf 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 to sell Call in f w. Baldwin. Barton. 39tf notice came to my place a week ago Buck sheep marked with name a. Hubbard. Owner May have same by proving property and pay agon umbrella. In ing charges of advertising. Albert c. A. Norris Barton. Twp Hannah Westmore. 46-47 comfortable at present. Clement Taylor received injuries to his left shoulder recently by having a tree fall on him while working in the Woods. Mrs. C. F. Hodgman was called to North Hyde Park sunday on account of the death of her Cousin who was killed while coasting by running into an automobile. I. Sylvester met with a severe Accident monday Forenoon while working in the Woods by having the butt of a tree strike him a the head. Or. Sylvester did not regain consciousness until tuesday morning. It is now hoped that the Accident will not prove to be More serious. I Rev. Edward f. Wood pastor. There will be a thanksgiving service in the Church thursday evening at 7.30. The pastor will preach. Eve i Ery body Welcome. E. N. Knapp. Rev. And mrs. Percy 1 Newton miss Isabelle Wood and Rev. I Edward Wood attended the special meeting at Montpelier last monday. Next sunday the pastor will preach As usual. The morning theme will Ibe a the tragedy of classes for All Ages in the sunday school. Evening subject a Steward ship of the Rev. Percy new ton of Albany preached a very inter Esting and inspiring Sermon Here last sunday evening Basing his words on that wonderful 14th of John. My 11 u j. 7 House while his brother masons of Orleans and Richford took Charse of the serv ice at the grave. The bearers were three sons Harold a. Jenkins of Richford Kenneth Jenkins of a Morrisville and Lawrence m. Of Orleans a son in Law Archie c. Brown of Newport Center a brother Azro a. Jenkins and Uncle Berton Jenkins of Morrisville. The late or. Jenkins Greensboro miss Theo Hendrix returned to her Home in we ctr Eitz Satu Claf after finishing a ver a successful term of school Here. School closed Friday was born in Ansonville p. Q., where is life. Quot f Lod part of his he prayer meeting at 7.30 tuesday Kins Austin Lyon and Clayton show i evenings. Or. With a Silhouette party for the Tschoi moved to Richford in the year 1914 ars which they Ali enjoyed. Sand Wiches cake cookies and lemonade were served. Miss Hendrix e acts to return after a weeks vacation to teach a part of the Winter term. Sunday school class no. 1 met at the Home of supt. A. E. French tuesday evening november 16 to organize. The officers were chosen president. Royce Wheeler vice president Clvde Switzer Secretary Dorothy Calkins treasurer Lynn Clapper sick committee Alfred . And Edah Calkins social committee Dorothy can where he lived on a farm until coming to Orleans in May 1920. From his kindly disposition he made Many friends and was surely one of gods Noble men. leaves a wife and six daughters and three sons to mourn his loss All of whom were Able to be present at the funeral. The Floral tributes were Many and Beautiful. Card we wish to extend our sincere thanks to All the kind friends and Neie Borg who assisted us during the death and burial of our loved husband and father and for the Beautiful Flowers sent. \ mrs. A. P. Jenkins and family. Owing to the severe weather the attendance was Small at the Peter Mcqueen entertainment. Mrs. J. D. Willson who has been having trouble with her feet is not so Well. The Junior High school have recently purchased a piano of the Bailey music store St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Emma Lindsay returned Friday from a two months visit with relatives in Holyoke mass., and Vicinity. Mrs. Edith Dufur and son Raymond have gone to spend thanksgiving with her aged parents in Gorham n. Mrs. George Blair of St. Johnsbury has rented the Blacksmith shop and will open it december 1. has also rented mrs it Ellie Simpsons House. The ladies of the congregational Church will hold a Christmas Sale afternoon december 1. Supper will be served in the evening. J. Barrington has recently sold the Harrub cottage which he purchased last Suring of mrs. Emily Harrub to mrs. Mabel Perkins of Lakeport n. A dance will be held at Greensboro town Hall on tuesday november 23. The Harmony orchestra of Orleans will furnish music. Dance to be Given under direction of High school. All come. 46-47 news has recently been received from Atlanta ga., announcing the death of mrs. Emily Hill Coultier a Farmer resident of Greensboro and also the fact that she left three bequests in her will for her old Home town one for the free Library one for the copy relational ladies Aid society a and one for the u. P. Ladies Honie i Circle. Mrs. Coultier will be pleas Antly remembered by the older in Hab i it ants As a very prominent teacher in i her earlier Days. Mrs. Coultier was a 84 years of age. Greensboro Bend Carl Rushford is working for Arthur Shatney. . Helen Esdon has had a Furnace put in her House. W. B. Richards was in St. Johnsbury on business thursday. The ladies Aid society received $28 for their Chicken pie dinner last week. Mrs. Clara Brown has returned to her Home after spending a few weeks Here with . Mrs. Celia Streeter of Worcester mass., is spending a few Days with her Mother mrs. Amelia Amsden

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