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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. I a no. 42barton, Vermont wednesday october 20. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Ossified advertising will Bernaert Dunder this. Re r a Ord a a a for Sale a a dry Block Strood. F. A a Surg. Tel. 146-22, or 42-43 Rose cd it my Rhode is Academy notes or. Merrill and the boys of the agriculture class attended Tjie meeting of the county agriculture association at Glover on wednesday of last week. While there they visited the Leonard Homestead inspecting the new Bam. A very interesting program was Given by the members of the second year class in Chapel Friday. Several selections were Given by the boys of the class and a very pretty piano Solo was played by Marion Baldwin. One number which was perhaps the most interesting on the program was the dialogue Between Edith Alexander county court. Orleans cd it unto court was reopened monday of last week. The jury recalled at this time were excused until tuesday morning at 9 of clock but no cases being ready on that Momine they were again excused until thursday morning. At the openings of the court on thursday morning the Case of the annual District masonic meeting j county convention one of the most successful District i j meetings of the 10th masonic District re pm a it Hans it at Derby line and of the 10th masonic District was held at Newport thursday oct. 14 the Fine program which began at 1 of clock in the afternoon continued until late hour in the evening. The meeting opened in the masonic Hall rooms at 1 of clock. Masonic grand lecturer Edwin Greene conducted the school of instruction state is. Ruston g. Bancroft alias j for about 25 members. Wilfred a. Bailey of Camp Westmore Fame charged with swinging several people id Orleans county in connection with the girls Camp at West a it gue i ��5. George e. John land Carlos drown which caused very More came Ston Box 47.�?T lip much laughing among the students. Pig ded not i criticisms of the program were made j brought r two Nito by Clarence Hazen �?T21. J noon was taken in see dec at 2 30 p. A m. Lodge was opened by officers of Mempher Magog Lodge no. 66, of Newport George Eaton w. M., follow hear stirring addresses the Orleans county farm Bureau held its annual meeting at Glover october 13th. President r. A. Dutton called the meeting to order at ten farm Bureau meeting Brownington club fair. The four boys and girls clubs of e t j Brownington got together tuesday ted and october 5, at the schoolhouse at another year elect Brownington Center for their annual fair. Schools in the four parts of the town were closed to allow attendance to be compile. Lunch was ser Cpd a offi Cox elected. In the form of sandwiches cake pie Coffee and cheese by mrs. Smith _ Ige-1m Quot ments had been made by the i j 1__ i a x of clock. The meeting was held in the i by mrs. Community Church where arrange-1 mrs. Robinson and mrs. Dutton As the t listed by the girls of the clubs. Kimballs dinner being served in the attendance was 200. Vestry by the Glover Gran. Eighty four Booths were very prettily a people were present from the different ranged one for each club. Decora communities for to morning session a tons were crepe paper streamers and Wadsemneek Irasburg 36tf i a undershot Grain sep is r. R. A a a stoic Orleans 38-41 r r a sound work horse do. J. Owen bar i a High Grade Guernsey it Duroc Jersey reans r. D. 41tf p0?. Sale Good Young Jersey last of this month. .1. 40tf f0?. Sale half blood Shropshire. Half old. Fine Ani is Irasburg r. D. 1 73 a a a a Tiwu was taken in Seieci Public speakers of the past week 1 the remaining jury were Ere Ralph May 22, who gave a my As this was the last jury by Quot were _ philosophy a Riley and Gladys who gave a the wreck of Simpson the there Are Between 25 and 30 students practising Basket Ball daily on the new court. The following notice appeared on the blackboard one Day last week a shark be seniors to the Call of the wild on wednesday evening if it be mild at 5.30 from old b. A a the hares will Start to go their Way. At 6.00 the hounds must give them Chase and do their Best to win the race. Come teachers All and bring your wives. Come seniors and show that you Are True to the Challenge of 1922. The Challenge has been accepted by the seniors. The music of the Tomey for mrs. Patterson and e. A. A organized in the Foox it ring manner a attorney for Patterson. Carle my. Lei Anu Dearbo the 4th 5th we a g Stratton v. Mary c. Stratton. = 6 grades twice a week each and panted for severity. T thet Wrork with these = of Brit t , Fine Tab a two Cook stoves one -. New grates. Guaran. Condition. E. Sockol of a nearly new Delaval. 17. Also second hand v. O. Miles bar. A 14. 37tf chorus a heifers and one calf. 5 months Mest Glov _ 41-43p. Up Jug 5uitblo for the Heiren the i Ages represented in the. Grades Are. Model Ford tour go. Parents who Are t body m Good run a children records Fco a a. This was the last jury Case to be tried at this term. At the opening of the afternoon session Bancroft decided to change his plea of not guilty to one of Silty. The Case was closed and the jury discharged. Sentence will probably be Given on the opening of court the first of next week. During the week the court has tried the following divorce cases and Divo pcs were granted. Michael Wak am v. Waheb Wakam. A a. Cameron of Island Pond was attorney for Wakam and Bill granted for wilful desertion. Illiam s. Ingalls v. Lillian e. Ingalls Bill granted for intolerable severity. Walter Dutton of Hardwick was attorney for Ingalls. Charles m. Simine v. Gertrude Simine Bill granted for adultery. w. Reirden of Barton attorney for Simine. Myrtie b. Patterson v. Leon Patterson Bill granted for wilful desertion and custody of child Given to 1 mrs. Patterson. Reirden at gave a review of the work. The most enjoyable part of the Days program came at 6 of clock when 231 sat Down to a banquet prepared by the members of Lakeside chapter no. 27, o. E. S., mrs. Leigh Wellman acting As chairman of the supper committe. After the banquet a smoke was enjoyed before the opening of the evening session when a reception was Given to the following grand officers m. W., Archie s. Harriman. G. David a. Elliott p. G. . E j kill p. G. D. W., Frank c. Mosher p. G. D. W., Henry s. Root p. G. J. Or. W., Edwin t Greene g. L. W., o. Lock g. P the second Section of the m. degree and closing was conferred a Valley Lodge. No. 106, Orleans b. O Smith w. The Success of the meeting will More than 250 present was Largel due to r. Hardy d. D. G. M., of North Troy who had the Days program in charge. The or of Lakeside chapter o. E. Conceived a unique Way of Raisig a Little extra Mortry at this meet after supper they announced a i Emoo were to dispose of a very i music user Shaw of Newport his report on the financial standing of the farm Bureau Rawson Calkins reported on the Dairy improvement project for c. A bean of West Glover c. Richmond reported on the com variety project for a. C. Cheney of Albany report on farm management project by b. R. Buchanan of West Glover report on Home demonstration project by mrs. Will b. Heyer of Newport for mrs. Clark of Glover b. J. Williams of Morgan reported on the Lime and Clover project r. A. Dutton president of Brownington reported on the organization project. County agent w. T. Abell of Newport gave his report county club Leader m. R. Bacon of Newport reported on the boys and girls club work for mrs. Inez j. Winslow Orleans supplemented by his report and the last order of business being the appointment of m. E. Calkins chairman. Rev. John Kimball and mrs. John Bartlett committee on a resolutions. After the bounteous dinner served by the Glover Grange ladies the afternoon session was cached at 1 30. Albany cripple Dies from bums. A Ariy new Pel would Confer a favor by corp. Up wines who lives about o . Neans. A it the above mentioned teachers. It Asale the above mentioned my place on High House Large Gar c h., his of to Belmont Avenue c. novel a. Mrs. Emma Kimball is visiting her _ i daughter in Brownington. A a ted to solicit j. C. Farr moves this week to a no oils greases farm he has purchased in Albany. Miss Phyllis Urie has returned to a Boston where she resumes her school _. Work. Jenkins. Democrat goes accidentally burned to death on wed votes mesday evening of last week a circular letter dated october 15, or. Miles was a cripple and was and a respectfully submitted to the clone at the time of the Accident mrs. Voters of the town of Barton a has proved to Harom Farman of the accepted As follows butter Fie i co., of Derby line. Yarm Bureau organization r. A. Dutton president Brownington Dai try improvement c. Bean West by a it. To. After Barton Glover Lime and Clover b. J. Wil Liams Morgan Center farm management b. R. Buchanan West Glover Home economics mrs. J. Bartlett Orleans crop improvement Fletcher Niles Derby Center Poul a. T. Miles having gone out for a Short been sent to All voters of the town i a improvement Call. On her return about 6.30 of clock some 1200 in number she found the House filled with smoke or. Jenkins is the democratic Nom and or. Miles unconscious on the Linee for town representative and floor nearly burned to death. Phys puns a live Campaign As this letter cans were at once called but his con i would indicate. Following is the edition was to serious that he died letter Early thursday morning. The House Cook Glover was completely filled with smoke and part of the rooms and their furnishings were badly burned. For Sale double tenement with a Sisco who has Beer serious Carder. Plot. All Modem j Juith typhoid fever is now slow thoroughly built and a by improving. Inquire of m. Wright mrs. F. P Smith is spending of barter. 39tf it weeks with her son l. C. Smith a at North Troy. For or rent farm Peerless mfg. Co., is working acres sugar and Apple or j on account winning water. God House orders to. A Arr. Omy two Miles from bar Tuisee on Westmore Road. Good gon John Davison was bom to quark it on property. Also 180 or and mrs. A. D. Seaver of Lyn of Woodland and pasture. J. Donville last week. A retard. Barton. 16tf miscellaneous Cash paid for furs hides and Telephone 58-ll Daniel a Barton. 9tf a amp Ert it Scott has moved his family into the Roy Stiles tenement on Lincoln Avenue miss Eva drown has resigned her Isi Tion As librarian and miss Belle or is now doing the work. A. Harding who has been suf i it Atun what tto Fering with heart trouble for several uti a Tock s a a to a pc a a surety Bonds All kinds of Vil j o. A. Curk of Schenectady. N. Y., rat. Estate. Any one having Vil i is visiting at the Home of his aunt re estate they wish to Seu Cau j mrs. C. E. Hamblet. For a few Days f w. Baldwin Barton. 39tf j p j Jarvis is moving his family from mrs. Holtham a House on High As the democratic nominee for representative for this town i feel it my duty to inform you As to some of my views and principles. _ _ tales. The Quot cause Quot of the acc Dent is not a was a Rule your publican Nomi known but it is thought the lamp sex Inee makes a handshake my tour of exploded and As or. Miles was a grip town talking not of any Imus but pie. Be was unable to Call for help or of the Petty shortcomings of his of save himself. Funeral services were held at the Petty potent. A Republican nomination has Ali House on Friday afternoon and burial t meant election in this town come was a a the loe.1 cemetery. ,b�ic��?oca3.�?oto�?T�5��?~rrl where he sunds on the issues con there will be a demonstration at coming our town and state the Domestic science room in the 1 a i consider that unless a. Academy but Ding Friday evening at has some constr Active ids As to the 1,30 of clock by miss Lydia m. Potter duties of the of and the wishes of Home economic specialist of burling the voters he is not suitable for the ton. Her subject will be a dress office which he see. i a i have convictions As to the duties _ _ -1, of your representative worthy of Taos the Home missionary society will believe i have a knowledge meet with mrs. E. Ban Tuesa a be voters of this town euday afternoon october 26th. All the representative ladies Are earnestly requested to at it a i a a Maple products improvement e. Kelley Brownington. The report of the nominating committee was read and the following offices elected for the coming year president r. A. Dutton Brownington vice president c. Bean West Glover Secretary b. R. Buchanan West Glover treasurer Shaw Newport or. Abell county agent addressed a few remarks on the place of boys and girls in the farm Bureau organization the need of better financial backing for the farm Bureau and also the need of a Strong membership drive. County club Leader m. R. Bacon said a few words on the aim of club work for the coming year the worker Busy use Ciufu vac Iichi ii to. To. J. Monteith local Leader Jolly juniors North District mrs. E. J. Caron local Leader willing workers Evansville or. Cook acting local Leader. The Quality of the exhibits shown and the spirit of the whole affair were very characteristic of the Brownington Community. They Are to be congratulated upon their interest in the boys and girls in their club work. The judges were mrs. J. Sten Nard Orleans clothing and cooking or. Boyd superintendent of schools in West Charlest ii vegetables with m. R. Bacon county club agent Canning and livestock. Class in baked foods lot 1�?Best loaf White bread. 1st, Dorothy Dutton 50c 2nd, Vera Nichols 35c 3rd, Eva Robinson lot 2�?Best three varieties bread excluded _ 1st, Gertrude Gray 50c 2nd, Dorothy Dutton 35c 3rd, Eva Robinson 20c. Lot 3�?special one or two varieties 1st, Esther Barry 25c 2nd, Dori i Reid 20c. Special under 12 years 1st, Helen Burroughs 20c 2nd, Arlene Provoncha 10c. Class 2�?canned foods lot 4�?Best collection not less than 10 and not Over 20 1st, Doris Reid 65c 2nd, Doroth Quot Dutton 40c 3rd, Gertrude Maso. 25c. Lot 5�?Best three jars fruit. 1st and 2nd. Pearl Barry 35c, 20c lot 6�?Best three jars vegetables. 1st and 2nd, Pearl Barry 35c, 20c. Lot 7�?special under 12 years 1st, Arlene Provoncha 25c 2nd,. Vera Nichols 15c, class 3�?sewtng and crocheting lot 9�?Best crocheted article. 1st, Gertrude Mason 35c 2nd, Peari Barry 20c. Lot 10�?Best collection of sewing. 1st, Gertrude Gray 65c 2nd, Eva Pui Binson 40c. Lot 11�?Best sofa Pillow cover. 1st, Doris Gray 25c 2nd, Achsa Smith 15c. Lot 12�?special for girls under 12. 1st, Gertrude Mason. 25c 2nd, Norma Stone 20c.lot 13�?special for girls under 12. 1st, Eunice Stone 25c 2nd, Marian y Oung 20c. The Orleans county convention was held in Derby line tuesday of last week. Luncheon was served at Derby line hotel at one of clock and was one of the genial landlords most substantial spreads. There was no speech Mak ing at the luncheon. The rally was held at Haskell opera House which was filled to its capacity. This opera House May be justly called an International building for the great International Boundary that invisible line that separates two great nations passes through the building just in front of the stage the speakers being on the Canadian Side of the Lin sending out their patriotic Calls for True americanism from Canadian territory to a Large audience of Loyal american citizens. The Derby line band was in attendance and rendered several selections. The Call for this rally was made Republican state committeeman t. A of Rourke and its Success was Larse tend this meeting m the county vice a because president mrs. J. E. Young will Bej Utas present. J autumn fair held by the ladies a i not actuated by any desire of the congregational Church in the vestry tuesday afternoon and evening with a Public supper was a Ireat Success. All Booths were Well great Success. All Bool patronized and a very substantial i Barton. Notice car of cows wanted at of Yares. Monday october 25th, Yogi a. I cows to freshen in oct a vember. Telephone at come and see them. Of Iieana. In your to the l���st�?Tl��?T.l�? �"3.e sum for their Treur. It amp Gross Mill. Barton 1 House. I an informal gathering of inn in Mou hold a Este to . h a. Turner and Prin. R. D. Merrill or. And mrs. B. C. Shattuck of remarks and a lunch was serv Danville were guests of their Par ends or. And mrs. O. A. Hubbard re Reirden underwent a gently. Serious surgical operation at the it regular meeting of Orient chapter Teton n. H., Hospital on Friday of no. 13, o. E. S., Friday evening. A last week. She was Zacconi pained by there will be work and refreshments or. Reirden and mrs. B. C after the work. A the annual meeting of a local red Cross will be held at 3 o clock thursday afternoon at the improvement club rooms. Mrs. Laura Smith Bell of mows Ville has been spending several Days at the Home of her brother Addison Smith of school Street. Wanted t once a pastry Cook. Orleans. 39tf and wife to work t. Cook Glover. 42tf orders for pullets and a pm a. Kelley Orleans a la a a 42tf live poultry. Elrick a 18tf a i consider that unless a candidate ing out of Standard is in each a a Community and the need of local leaders. Miss Florence e. Ward Home demonstration agent for the Northern and Western states then addressed the Assembly. Miss Ward addressed her remarks primarily to the women but spoke at some length upon the place of the United states department of agriculture in relation to the farm Bureau offering As it does scientific Aid and a fostering influence it being necessary to stand in the Back ground and let the county farm bureaus do their own work making As it does stronger organizations and greater help to the Farmers. She said continued on Page six. A i am not appealing for your sup it it because i am a Democrat nor m citizen of this Cowles. For office but As a nominee just As rightfully As the Republican nominee i believe i should present to you the issues for which i stand. A i believe your candidate should represent your town not in the partisan sense of Democrat or Republican but As a citizen of the town looking after the Best interests of his town and state. A i believe in the concurrence by our state government in the enforcement of the provisions of the eighteenth constitutional amendment and applying them to Rich and poor alike. A i believe in ample appropriations for educational purposes the foundation for True democracy., a i believe in the ratification of the 19th suffrage amendment although Westmore boy assaults Albany girl Joseph Rousseau of Westmore a 17 years old lad was taken to Newport last week and lodged in the county 1 f jail upon the serious charge of As a lot 22- onion. Sault with intent to Rob miss Anna a �0 Rowen the 16 year old daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Rowen of Albany. Edwin c. Brown superintendent of lot 13�?special prizes. Alice Ennor 25c Emma Robinson 20c Jennie Beauregard 20c Arlene Provoncha 20c Vera Nichols 15c. Class re isl George Lacoss 65c 2nd, de. Blakeley 40c. Lot 15�?Best four beets. A a ,. 1st, George Lacoss 25c 2nd, dons Reid 15c. Lot 16�?four carrots. 1st, Ruth Cook 25c 2nd, Clarence Barry 15c. Lot 17�?10 potatoes. 1st Edmund Swanson 50c 2nd, Harley Blake 35c 3rd, Edward Blakeley 20c. Lot 18�?quart Beans. 1st, Ruth Cook 25c 2nd, Morns Houston 15c. Lot 19�?squash. 1st, we. Lacourse 25c 2nd, Ralph Dutton 15c. Lot 20�?pumpkin.1st, Florence Kelley 25c 2nd, Helen Burrows 15c. Is Doris id 25c 2nd, Rupert Mcdowell 15c. A Urke and its Success was largely due to his Earnest efforts. Col g. Emery presided and in his opening remarks called attention to the great International Boundary line and we need not spend All the time in Vermont to learn of a protective Tariff for Canada had that although perhaps seemingly strange. A i never come to the line a said col. Emery a a Wilt out thought of the Noble deeds of canadians that transpired on Flanders repeating a part of that thrilling poem which runs Lite this a in Flanders Fields the poppies grow. Between the crosses Row on Row. That Marks our a for two centuries this line has been peacefully kept by Canada and America an event that probably could not have transpired Between any other nations on the face of the Eaith a in taking the party work and the changes that had come col. Emery said a a woman is to be added to every county and town committee. The destiny of the party is sure to be changed. This is one of the happiest things that has come not Only to the Republican party but to the whole United states. The influence of women will be in introducing or. Hartness go. Emery referred to him a was a May with whom he had lately been closely a one thing i do believe said the speaker a the is a Man absolutely truthful and honest and wants to do the Best he can for or. Hartness said he wanted to Tell Hope to serve the state most accept How he envied him the loyalty show in the Solidarity of the people was knew col. Emery in standing by him. Or. Hartness said a i would Ratter have had this and lost than to not have had it and or. Hartness in referring to the late Campaign said that although the candidates had their differences that Only kindly feelings existed Between them. In speaking of the women and the new duties they were to take he would like to Tell them a the men do not know How to vote we must show them How a he emphasized the Home life saying that a Vermont is made of Homes. Tell the needs in the Home Tell it what the Mother 1 the James r. Wood detective Agency who was in town on the Bancroft the believe in the amendment of our Case. Young Rouseau who was sus x two we a a mrs. Cowles who returned last night reports the patient is somewhat improved. Primary Laws so As to make it compulsory for a voter to declare his or Ler political Faith before balloting and Case was called to assist states attorney Thompson on the Rousseau Lunga. Pec ted at the time confessed to the assault after being questioned b Young 25c. Lot 23�?plate apples. _ 1st, de. Blakeley 25c 2nd, Clayton Larock 15c. Lot 28�?tomatoes. 1st, Doris Reid 25c. Lot 29�?special, cucumbers. George Lacoss. 25c. The officers and a number of placing a reason be limit on Cam Bers of Keystone chapter no. 13, re pain expenses. A. M., from Barton and Orleans went a a Jaq Sanction this present Pri to Island Pond on tuesday evening a Suhich makes it possible foe Vaa to pay of a Isle a no a to Confer the r. A. Decree be pro a candidate to Purchase his election feed and a sum to be deposited Gram opened at 4 of Elk and at6.20 a a believe in legislation Rem Reg Bank. Your isun aay so nooks Taro Gnout the sunday school institutes j Hvall Orleans county sunday school Otto Tyr two a it workers Are urged to give special at had driven fio a tent to the following institutes Annie Rowen had Are to be held in the different Home m Albany on monday to Barton the pvt Tew Davs 1�?o�?o i Ese toss Tel Are is held in the once laundry done by machinery. Reau Irine a a a a a v sunday schools throughout the coun e a Rutter optometrist. Jul be r Tranqu pm red. Childr to j know a Mossmann a thursday the j style which needs 1� explanation. A by a real before entering school methi of the route she would take please a h Call and have your eyes sex following the banquet the program a a believe m the enforcement of Theu Home drove out Ter rks.niw-. 28th. Call and have your eyes sex adv. Mined. J. Wesley Batchelder who has in Twenty labourers at a a tier auction co., bar following a a was resumed and those who attended report a very enjoyable time. Afternoon study club held Frame Fnu to this stotes a ree Hun a Pon her return trip Home drove out of the Institute for your respect hrs and five la to i Albany Road near the Point District and make your f.,o, . One a tie 4is to. Eer Penter 4ork on the adult a Emte Doe Quot so Dietrict Troy. Quot a mrle be of a uti Ter Tukik. Or a Street is nearly completed. The Chim a Good citizenship a. Tolerate it in our county. shuttle co m Anna s. Richardson read by mrs. I believe m the enforcement of the _ 41tf hire or rent Small whiter a a Cie he Lea Laws which we already have not in Vittora a Carrie Chapman the creation of More Laws to add to u., statutes. Representative Felt 2� Eye Oil. so Quot a a a jews Quot a al �3 too7&y�?~8c���?~r Foss who carried her to her Home and evening. The Case was at once reported to Willoughby Lake District Orleans states attorney Thompson and an wednesday october 28, afternoon. A better opportunities More opportunities. There is a hopeful Way continued on Page three committee on resolutions reports annual meeting. 1. Resolved that the Orleans con to farm Bureau express its appreciation to Gilpin Hunt amp co., for their Good work in raising funds the secure a county Leader for the Hay and girls club work. 2. Resolved that the Orleans Sute a Tom Puta i entertainment. Picturesque Nantucket. A believe. A he was brought into the county october 29, place to be announced try v 7-fresh eggs and Poul c. R. Dunham is spending two Teotil several years ago Nantucket. A it a every voters duty to exer �0�?o pm thur a Moeini and tuesdays at or weeks vacation with his parents n a a crier. Old Are i his or her rights and go to the a Quot a a Tion gather by the s Tuitoo. E. a Quot a Loiou k r ref a hand picked candidate who is from the examination it appears do. Of nomination by the Republic that the lad had before been connect can town machine and was a a ordained by a few a political fixers several years ago vote for the Republican candidate. To farm Bureau deplores the gambling in evidence at the county fair and in the interest of Good Mora and a clean fair we would respectfully request the management to eliminate gambling at the next fair in return we pledge ourselves to greater interest and greater efforts to mate the fair More successful than it bar been in the past. 3. Resolved that the farm Bureau of Orleans county express its regret that our former agent or. Johnson Felt called upon to leave . however congratulate ourselves that we have been Able to secure the service of such an enthusiastic agent As or Abell to carry on this work. especially commend the spirit of enthusiasm which manifests itself in the work of both or. Abell and or. Bacon our new club agent. 4. Resolved that work done by officers committees in any Way however Small which tends to the advancement of the farm Bureau the recognized and to you one and All we extend our Heartfelt thanks. 5. Resolved to show our App rec i Tion to the people of Glover for their interest in this work by their cordial invitation extended to the farm Bureau for the annual picnic which proved so beneficial in Par tick things As Well As in pleasures to All who participated also in welcoming Here today and Quot furnishing such Bountiful dinner. Rest artfully submitted m. E. Calkins mrs. J. Bartlett Rev. John Kimball committee a for general _ 7 k v cooking. Mrs. Barton. 36tf Calfskin also All kinds of junk water st., Barton. Both to rent or. Dunham is away. Miss Mary Urie returned on sunday from Boston where she spent a week with her sister. Mrs. I my Rich. Her Mother mrs. J. P. Une will Rei pain for another week. F. D. Pierce is in Boston where e i a Rill meet mrs. Pierce who is re i turning from an extended visit to Rel natives in Pennsylvania. They Are expected Home tonight or thursday. Rent f -t7 the opening number of the bar r. A jltoi8hed room. Mrs. J lyceum course thursday even High Street. 40-43p was Well attended. The concert re it o a company was the of Reid in re Coer a Var. A tenement. C. A. Nute instead of the one advertised and 41tf gave general satisfaction company was the old reliable Weber i. A m j i o i Blest. Nes. And houses Are Wood with old Wood shingles for a roof. Many fishing dories Are Docke Ltd along the one time Busy wharves and while its glory is gone the town of Nantucket becomes More picturesque every Day. Why the Aspen Leaf quivers. The Aspen Leaf quivers easily it is Broad and place Ltd Quot a a la eng. Verv flexible Stock. The upper part of the stalk is flattened and. Being at right angles with the Leaf. Is liable to be moved by the faintest Breeze. A Independent voters remember the a a Freeman a oath a vote a cording to the courage of your convictions. A find out where your candidate stands lets be fair with ourselves and size both sides the ones a be moving von will appreciate a car Moaier for fair play and your criticism. I am a faithfully Vours. Pc. E. de with misdemeanours in Massachusetts before the family moved to Westmore. Hard on the nominee. Or. Editor since it has become customary for the people of this state to elect the Man for governor who pays the highest Price for his nomination t would suggest that the governorship be sold at auction to the highest bidder and the Money be used improvement. A a a a E. Simpson. Methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor Calendar for october. Preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.45. Epworth league 6.00 p. Preach Tjing 7.00 p. Prayer meeting on thursday evenings. October 21, Rev. John m. Gage d. A our new area Secretary of the Centenary will be in Barton and will speak in the m. E. Church. October 29, e. A halloween social. October 31, Junior league and Kings heralds meeting. Congregational Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Prayer meeting on thursday evening at 7.30 p. Sunday october 24 10.30 worship. All seats free. Subject of Sermon 11.45 Bible school. need More adults. Why do you not come 6.00 p. Christian Endeavor. A recent events and their 7.00 song service and a talk on a practical subject Pomona Grange meets at Irasburg. Prospect Pomona Grange no. 25, holds its next meeting october 28, at Irasburg. The program promises to be interesting and All the members Are urged to be present. Do not for a get the Date

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