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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Barton, VermontT i 14 f 1 1 ii 1 i x v Cote qty Mon 1 Kajj i 1 i vol 50- no. 35 Barton Vermont wednesday september 1, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Women May vote 4 supt. Erwin leaves for new Field. O. L. Erwin who has been superintendent of the school supervision District which includes Barton since its organization has resigned his position gone to a similar positioning Bellows Falls. This is a notable advancement for or. Erwin who has been consid one of the state s Best superintendents. Or. Erwin takes Aphis work there september 1, having left for his new Field. Nothing is known As to who the state Board of education will Send to fill the vacancy caused by or. Erwin s going. Or. Erwin came to Barton 16 years ago As assistant principal has lived in Barton Ever since except two years he was principal of the Orleans High school. When appointed superintendent he moved Back Obarton where he bought a Home. His Success As an instructor school administrator in his work As superintendent has marked him out As a Man whose educational advancement was to be being an excellent school Man or. Erwin is a citizen who takes Active part in the civic social affairs of the Community. Mrs. Erwin is a Barton girl their goings to be greatly regretted. Liar on women should qualify to ote. A special meeting of the civilb2? be hel1 at the town clerk s office Barton on Friday afternoon evening at the club rooms Orleans on saturday afternoon evening at which time All women who wish to vote at the primaries May Register. All voters whose names not on the Check list should at tend to the matter at this time. Academy notes. Barton Academy a Ralph or Horti opened monday Mornier with an auspicious Start for a new year. There was a Good enrolment for the first aay in Many new faces in the High school. The registration by classes was As follows first Grade. 2s second third Grade 1g fourth Grade 24fifth Grade is sixth Grade 27. Total grades 139. High school first Vear. 26 so year 24 third year 12 fourth Yar -4nun 3tear sixth year Xoai Man a Nooi total enrolment 262. This number will undoubtedly be increased in the next two weeks. Barton mrs. W. B. Proctor visited in Sher Broo Delast week. The Bank will be closed monday in Observance of labor Day. Harold Copel?.nd was a guest Ata. Hubbard s recently. There will be a picture show at the Gem theatre every night fair week. Mrs. Lucy Campbell of Springfield,mass., is visiting mrs. P. O. Ingalls. Or. mrs. A. A. Larabee Lisit Edher Mother who is ill in Canad Asun Day. Rev. B. L. Jennings is visiting atthe Home of his brother g. E. Jennings. Miss Kate Willson of Milford n. Was a recent guest of mrs. Deli Willson. Mrs. A. D. Kerr daughter of Putney Are guests of her brother George h. Gorham. Or. mrs. F. C. Sawyer of Lyn Donville spent sunday with his Mother brother Here. Mrs. N. Kinney of Craftsbury has been the guest of mrs. Sadi Cowles for several Days. Stanley Reirden visited his grand parents or. mrs. J. W. Reirden North Troy last week. Mrs. Burns Buchanan two sons i Georgia Are guests at the Home her father Charles Morse. Mrs. Frank Reiber son of Ottawa have been visiting her parents or. mrs. Joseph Brooks. F. O. Ingall3, who ha3 leased his farm has purchased the Seaver ten ement House on school Street. Or. mrs. Albert White of Bris Tol conn., have returned to Barton where they plan to spend the Winter. Or. mrs. W. J. Watson of Law Moca to ppr a mists at the Home George e. King the first of the j week. Mrs. Clara Stevens children of Etna n. In Are spending a vacation with her parents or. mrs. V. Drown. Miss Marjorie King recently spent found i 1 i i t v v. T 1 i i1 i a u i ill reinserted under this c for Ness in strip word thereat or. Can for Sale Are in rows Ana Lucucis. V. Damon jr., Morl i u g Over. 20tf f ? Sale new lot Justi . Kain Nam rate t. Tel. 213- 3. Ltd Rel five Nice yearling Jhc Stein two Jer parlir.?, Albany it 34-3 5 a sle furnished cottage in at Crystal Lake. Mrs. .vvcardi3 Pearl st., st.25tf a. Sale rive registered Jer wire to Heifer calves. Cows ii is i o. K. In Ever Tjo Roro horses for Sale. B. S. West Burke. 33tf i 5ale --5r a i farm near car. Never failing barn. Address a vt., r. D. 2. 34-3 6 3 Sale Snail farm in South o. La e. Good buildings. A Grizz away obliged to t2z2. Courser South Albany. 34-3 6p Isale 0r.a registered Jersey a years old. Name. Molly s guardian of Brondale l of farm. F. A. Wil Arr s. 35-3 6 3 Sale or rent my build b 2 Vayre known As the c in. Equipped with electric h arse room. C. Kimball,20tf 3 Sale one Chevrolet run Tea 11 condition. Also one Blais Ca dec Pleie with Chuck Cen sir so tools Etc p. W. Law pcs sir of 2 Sale 50 cords about three 5 by Wood at r. R. Sid los Rorth of Newport. $8.50 e.1 f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Cour to giver. 7tf of Sale 2 rebuilt Ford Road touring with starter 2 of Silt touring is. These cars Osgood As they Layson Newport. 16tf 2 Sale or rent farm " jjfv5 Suar Apple or in water. Al nah Kinnea lyj15 0 of bar Csc More Road. Buooa Harry on new nerf Ion pasture. J. M. 16tf air few t0 in health i of to it 200 customers also to or r7"1? same a if Uera Oiz cows inti. Gently been placed on. To 1 to " refrigerator. Snow is5-Yactili e clothes horse i. I " armchair Stair of est t Ric tire take com f Rf-ll6 0? August 29th. 34-3 5p Cisom feet of lumber.100 tented so ?-4i s 14x25. Inn a Ard casinos. This rom the fills Ivi Fth. La 13 in Good f Hardwood floor jul Barton. 34tf ,- acre. Farm 5 j feet Rchard of 1050 buckets Tient by quantities ofi0? Ore of the Best Hay county. Ahda s. Rat water at hons of j0f Bam of l t a. Of pen room for 3chide 10 co some wis Eood mas Matt. To Laust of Lodder. 35-3 5 o acted Uve poultry. Elrick. 18tf re. Apen Encoh fonder j school in Westmore. 35tf at overt Juau purr e by machinery,20tf. Winners h. U Gay bar or rent Small x 9vr ended Man. Myron carte 35tf f. To Ork. In Meav v Ujick leu s. Kr3enr express Sta y Uriens. 17tf band Range in Len 1 -5 Barton cat Keg a i v also All . Watt a of test. Tel Carton. 1 43tl i Ilen for for. An a 6rv k a work Froni j the ivae de i. La. any of Candy talk it Over. Barton fair next week. ?6 Orleans co fair will beat Barton next week the two Bigye no wednesday thurs Day. Baseball games which have always been a feature of this fair willbe faster than Ever this year Lyn Donvil replaying Barton wednesday Forenoon at 10 o clock Sherbrooke playing Barton thursday at the same Nour. A i famous Canadian aviator will make three exhibition flights on Bot wednesday thursday will carry passengers. This feature willbe one of the Best exhibits of air work Ever seen in this part of Vermont. Very Effort is being made to give exhibitors of Stock the Square Deal. Large Supply of com has been Gro non the grounds will be Cut read for use. The judge of the Stock Willby f. E. Duffy of Hartford it who does the same work at the easter states exposition. It is expected there jul be a larger display of livestock at the Barton fair than at an of the other fairs in this part of Testate. With the Ball games air flights vaudeville band concerts races exhibits of Stock horses sheep Swine cattle poultry dogs fancy work Many other exhibits the pleasure of everyone has been considered ground accommodations Are the Fin est at the Orleans county fair. Fin est grand stand seats Large parking space for cars Good running water clean toilets big dining Hall a big fair. Several Days in Island Pond the guest of her u. V. M. Roommate Paulin Parlin. Mrs. E. D. Alger has a hanging Basket filled with the Lovely blossoms of a Plant Star of Bethlehem on her veranda. Mrs. Carrie l. Burnham has Soldier House on Glover Street to Home Rushford has returned to Spring Field mass. Married at the congregational parsonage on August 24th, Harold of Kirby Gladys h. Gray of Sheffield. Or. mrs. Albert Dilley an family from Alberta Canada Are vis iting their parents or. mrs. George Dilley. Miss Ethel Elliott is taking a Vaca Tion from her duties at the Barron store which she is spending at her Home in Newport. Or. mrs., a. M. Cutler of Northfield who attended the old Home festivities at Orleans called on friends in this Village recently. There will be a play the wayfarers in Crystal Lake Hall Friday evening september 3, Given by dramatic club. See posters. Mrs. Stella Heath has moved he household furniture from the Tene ment in the Stiles House on Lincoln Avenue to the Home of her son in or leans. c l. Hutchins is in Boston at tending a meeting of the new eng land retail milliners association of which organization she is vice presi Dent. Regular meeting of Crystal Lake Grange on Friday evening. Topic be prepared to talk on what will be Thebes plan to increase your financial standing. Barton Orleans fats meet for a final show Down at baseball on bar ton fair grounds saturday afternoon at 3 o clock. Don t fail to see the grease run. The fast st. Johnsbury Barto n game cancelled for wednesday after noon on account of ram will be played at the fair grounds thursday afternoon at 3 o clock. Or. mrs. C. F. Cutler accompanied by or. mrs. C. E. Sisco motored to Bradford recently calling on d. D. Gilmour family who formerly lived Here. Or. mrs. Lewis mrs. Ewins miss Elkins of North Troy motored Here on sunday to attend the congregational Church Call on their old friends or. mrs. N. D Martin. Leonard Dodge of Woods Ville n. H., was in town recently was accompanied on his return by his Little daughter who has been spending the summer with her grandmother mrs. Will j. E. Chase is at Home this week from Wallingford. will sell his household furniture etc., at auction on saturday afternoon. Or. will soon go to Wallingford where he has a position on a Large farm. There will be a business meeting of the ladies society of the congregational Church at the Church parlor Friday afternoon at 3 o clock. A Good attendance is desired As there is considerable business to be done in re Gard to the fair. J. Wesley Batchelder went to st. Johnsbury one Day last week to visit his son. Leon family from which place Leon took the party to Burke Newark calling on his aunt mrs. Fisher two cousins Courtney the woman s literary club will have a picnic at Flat Rock. May Falls thursday afternoon. A covered dish supper will be served at 5 o will be served by the commit tee each one is asked to bring their own dishes Silver. Brownington Center Philo Powers family were n Glover sunday. To the Chella Seymour Are i visiting their sister in Sheffield. I or. mrs. Earl Eley family were visitors at l. T. Growls sunday. Or. mrs. John Brennan of or leans spent sunday at e. C. Bren Nan s. Or. mrs. Walter Regan of Springfield Are visiting at William Reid s. Or. mrs. Collins Lacourse at tended the fair at Ayers Cliff last week. Mrs. Leonie Crowe of Boston is visiting he Mother mrs. Amanda Powers. County politics. Or. Editor if you will allow me space i to Airlike to present some facts in regard to the primary nomination Law county politics More especially theotice of assistant judge senator. According to that Law chapter 3general Laws of. Vermont on the second tuesday of september biennially every voter is expected to o visit the polling place in his town procure ballot from the official whose duty it is to furnish them Check Deposit same in the ballot Box designating the persons selected by him for the several offices a plurality of votes so cast shall be the nominee of said to 1915, the voters in x county were called together in county caucus had an Opportunity discuss candidates select those they desired for the several the Law now stands any one who desires office substantially Nomi nates himself there being no understanding or concert of action the person who has a plurality of the votes cast is nominated. The nomination by primary elec Tion was Well termed by a prominent Man of Vermont a Noble dream which has proved an the nomination election of our present governor is a Good illustration of How that Law works. I note that Wallace d. Miller of Troy Fred l. Parlin of Charles ton have filed petitions for judge from the North of the county Anda. C. Chase of Greensboro f. of Albany Amasa of Lowell from the South of the county. In regard to the office of judge this once has always been considered an honorary office More than anything else. I asked a Friend of mine once who was candidate for the office what he could want of it he answered so he could have the title precede his . D. Miller f. W. Tenney at. The of this term will have held the office four years two terms. La All fairness to them other just. As Good men in the county who desire the office Why should they have the office longer this leaves at the North part of the county Fred l. Par Lin of Charleston member of the House of representatives from Charles ton in 1915, selectman Lister Road commissioner state Road commissioner for his Section for seven years. is a Good Man for the place. At the South of the county this leaves a. C. Chase of Greensboro born in 1852, member of the House of representatives in 1906, selectman Lister Justice of the peace Constable town agent Deputy sheriff director of Barton savings Bank Trust company. Amasa p. Sweet of or Ell born in 1872, member from Lowell 1915, also 1919, town clerk Shoal director. Chase is a Man of experience As shown by tie above record. Why not nominate Hin tor senator from the North of the county William w. Blodgett of Newport is the Only Man named. Everyone say she is All right. From the South part of the county m. E. Calkins Urban w. Brown both of Westmore Roscoe m. Cowles of Albany. was a member of the House of representatives from Albany in 1906, is treasurer from the town of Albany director in Central Sav Ings Bank Trust company of or leans As an Albany Man said to me today we consider him the fore most Man in Albany i think if we nominate elect him senator from the county of Orleans he willbe a credit to himself to the county. F. W. Baldwin. Or. mrs. Guy s. Rowell daughter Anastine of new York visited his sister mrs. R. W. Buchan an last week. Or. mrs. Is. T. Vance spent several Days at Carl Dwinell s at or leans last week attending the Cen Tennial Celebration. There will be a social at the Hall Friday evening with a program of readings music. Ladies please bring sandwiches. Schools opened monday with Floy Webster teaching at the Village. At this writing there is no teacher forthe Wright District. Or. mrs. John a. Urie g. L. Young started last week for Nebraska to visit or. Urie s daughter mrs. Neal Findlay other friends. A r. mrs. C. T. Jackson children of Orient Iowa mrs. Ruth Mcgoff of Waterville me., p. A. Buchanan of Irasburg were at r. W. Buchanan s thursday. The Buchanan family descendants of or. mrs. Duncan Buchanan met for a reunion on tuesday. A gust 24, at the old Home in East Al Bany where h. W. Centebar no lives. A picnic dinner was enjoyed in a Grove overlooking the Creek Valley the whole Green Mountain Range. It was to this farm that or. mrs. Buchanan came from Scot land in 1849, Here 11 children were born to them. Five of them Are now living were present at the reunion. Out of 39 members of the family 33 attended As Iowa Robert Buchanan family of West Glover f. A. Buchanan family of Irasburg William Cameron family of West Glover or. . G. Buchanan of Craftsbury. G. Urie family of Barton mrs. James Buchanan of Jamaica n. Y mrs. Will Buchanan of Amherst mass., or. mrs. Charles Jackson , family of Orient Iowa mrs. Ruth Mcgoff son of Waterville me., or. mrs. Roy Buchanan family of Burlington Harry Buchan an of new Haven conn., or. mrs. Stephen Newton son of Hyde Park or. mrs. Oyde Vance of West Glover. No rivalry. A visitor was being shown Over it big Cotton Mill by the proprietor who proudly displayed some of the far Lee produced. Holding up a piece of pint a ii co he said. Our latest Patter. Excellent work Iva t it it s All right Aid the visitor but you can hold a Candle to the goods we turn it in my works i same line a the Host somewhat offended. No re plied the other ours is or Unnold r t an open letter. To the directors of the Orleans county fair association Barton it gentlemen during the past week the Orleans Community celebrated it Centennial. The program of the week which included parades sports baseball music Public addresses was praised by the visitors who came from near far but the one fact perhaps most commented on by visit ors was the absence of something from this Centennial Celebration. There were not on main Street or on any other Street those cheap attractions wheels tables devices on which people could spend their dimes their dollars get in return a Cigar or a rag doll a brass Monkey or nothing at voluntary commendation leads me to ask a question on the Point of the county fair at Barton. I have been a fair devotee since i was four years old have attended one county or state fair almost every year since. The Day at the county fair was by All Odds the one biggest Day of the year for my youth arid i have something of the same enthusiasm yet. I attended the one county fair which Orleans county has had since i came to live in the county. The things at every fair that Appeal to me Are the exhibits livestock Agri cultural mechanical the race track events the people the specials such As baseball a icon air ship so on. I have had a grow ing distaste for the Midway gambling features not that i Ever had any Money to waste on them but because they Appeal to me As cheapening the whole week with that which is out of keeping with the genuine promotion of agriculture Industry Aiso out of keeping with the Fino spirit of fun play relaxation whe.? great groups of people come together for a Holiday. My question is this these Midway features in the main Are outside the Pale of the Law Are they not officials who cared to suppress them could do so by a word could they Dot doubtless they for the privilege of fleecing a Light hearted Public but their main characteristic is the Money they take with them out of the county is it not finally is it not possible for Orleans county to have its fair a Success financial other Wise without these features which of fend the sense of so Many men no cannot be placed in the ranks of the scribes pharisees sincerely yours for the Best fair Orleans county Ever had a. A. Hamilton. Orleans vt., August 31, 1920. Candidate Agan talks to Small audience Frank w. Agan of. Ludlow Candi Date for governor spoke to an Audi ence numbering about 50, in Seaver s Hall Barton tuesday evening. Preceding or. Agan judge Homer. Skeels of Ludlow spoke briefly giving a Short sketch of or Agan Slife As a Man. Or. Agan devoted More time to discussion of the liquor Issue than to All the other issues of the Campaign. said Emery was a Friend of his but. They agreed to disagree about this Issue. Emery taking Trie dry he the wet Side of the question. Or. Agan said he was one of those responsible for the local option Law i Vermont believed it the Best Temperance Law the state had Ever had. said he believed the volstead act to have set the cause of temper Ance Back 25 years that it would take an army As big As that sent to France to enforce the act claimed that More liquor is being sold now than under the old local option Law. prophesied that if the Law is not changed the evil resulting therefrom will become very great in the course of five years. Or. Agan touched upon the ques Tion of roads schools farms but gave More attention to roads propos ing to tax automobiles More nearly upon their valuation basis than now thereby giving More Road advocated Stone bound Road Well drained said it could be built for a trifle More than gravel roads. Glover m. A. Smith is doing Mason work at Orleans. Mrs. Bartlette has returned to her Home after an absence of 22 weeks. Mrs. Luther Brooks has returned to her Home in Manchester n. Zervis Phillips family from Springfield mass., Are in town visit ing. Miss Anna Blanchard of Keene n. H., visited mrs. M. W. Johnson the past week. Many of the people Here attended the Centennial at Orleans the past week report a Fine time. The Community Church will hold a fair october 7 8. All contributions will be gratefully received. Mrs. Helen Royston was married to Paul Nightengale August 7 at 3449 Lee Street los Angeles Cal. Or. mrs. Percy Buck together with friends from new York Are occupying the Willson cottage at Stone Pond for a week. The ladies Union will hold a so Cial september 3. Dinner will be served. All those not solicited please bring pie or cake. This is the annual meeting a full attendance i3 de sired. Glover Community Church pastor Rev. John Kimball. Morning worship 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 m. Services will be resumed in the Community Church september 5. The topic of the Sermon will be what Are you Worth West Glover mrs. Farrington of Lyndonville has been visiting at a. A. Webster s. The camerons made an automobile trip to Morrisville fair last week. Or. mrs. A. A. Webster at tended the state convention of Rural carriers at Saxton s River last week. Hon. Chester w. Clark mrs. Eliza Page of Wilmington mass., visited her sister mrs. P. Ii. Skinner last week. State s attorney attorney gen eral give opinions. V several boards of civil authority have asked me if women have the right to vote at the coming septem ber primaries without legislation on that subject. While there was no question in my mind that women pos Sessing the necessary statutory qualifications had that right i deemed it Wise to withhold my opinion until had obtained the opinion of the attorney general on this matter he gives the opinion that women who can qualify Are entitled to vote atthe primaries at the " elections without further legislation. The nineteenth amendment giving women Universal suffrage became effective on its ratification by the Legislatures of three fourths of the Sev eral states Tennessee being the state making the necessary three fourth s. The adoption of this amendment had the effect in Law to remove from our state Constitution or Render in operative that provision which restricts the right of suffrage to male citizens to enlarge in its opera Tion the statute which prescribes the qualifications of voters so As to embrace women As Well As men. Technically the amendment does not Confer the right of suffrage upon women but forbids discrimination against any citizen by the unite states or by any state on account of sex. It secures to women the same right to vote As that possessed by men . Subject to this limitation the states still possess uncontrollable authority to regulate the right of suffrage according to their own views of expediency. Section 72 of the general Laws of Vermont which prescribes the Quali a r 1 4--Ncauons of voters Reiers my in male citizens. The effect of the nineteenth amendment is to strike out the word male so As to make this Section to read As follows every citizen Twenty on e. Years of age or More having resided in the state one year next prec Dirig a gen eral election who has taken the free Man s oath As provided in the Constitution shall have the right to vote at such election for the officers to Bej elected thereat in the town where he v or she resides on the Day of such election but he or she shall not vote for representative. To the general Assembly or justices at such election unless he or she has re sided during the three months next preceding such election in the town which is his or her residence on the Day of such Section 78 of the general Laws provides that a person shall not be admitted to take the Freeman s oath or to vote at an election until he has obtained the approbation of the Board of civil authority of the town in which he resides. To entitle a woman to vote she must appear before the Board of civil authority of the town in which shelves satisfy it that she possesses the qualifications prescribed by Section 72 of the a ppm Laws take the i oath of allegiance to the. State of Vermont the oath to support the Constitution of the United states the Freeman s oath see that. Her name is placed on the Check list. If she possesses the necessary qualifications the Board of civil authority cannot refuse to administer the oaths to her place her name on the Check list. In this connection i might add that the statutes of the United states pro vide that any woman who is now or May hereafter be married to a citizen of the United states who might herself be lawfully naturalized shall be deemed a citizen any Amer ican woman who marries a foreigner shall take the nationality of her Frank d. Thompson state s attorney. Westmore Mill Brook school began tuesday with miss Theo Hendrix teacher. Frederick l. Fish of Springfield mass., visited at g. C. Myers the past week. J. W. Hyde spent a Day at Albany recently or. Kemple taking him with his car for an All Day trip. Or. mrs. Rawson Calkins spent saturday in st. Johnsbury with his sister mrs. Fred Marshall. Or. Toop family have returned to their Home in Philadelphia pa., after spending the summer Here. Miss Ruth Parsons of Woonsocket r. I., has returned to her. Home after spending her vacation at g. C. My ers. Judge mrs. Fish daughter prudence of Vergennes mrs. Abb in Morse of Newfane visited at Geo. Myers the past week. Mrs. Ritcherson family who occupied the Hawkes cottage this summer have returned to their Home in new Rochelle n. Y. The misses Bernie Niece miss Nettie Bernie also Madam Stevens daughter have returned to their Home in Elizabeth n. J. Mrs. Mary Whipple son Roy of West Burke who spent the week at the Home of her brother Geo Craig has returned Home. Mrs. Emma Hudson of Burke Myrtle Danforth of Willoughby who have been visiting at the French shave returned to their Homes. Or. mrs. J. M. Myers son Howard who have been visiting his i brother g. C. Myers have returned to their Home in Yonkers w. X. Rev. Willam Rockwell will occupy the pulpit next sunday. This will Beret. Rockwell s last sunday this sum Mer. Rev. T. Root will Supply on september 12. Or. mrs. Frank drown mrs. Of. Dickerman of West Burke or. mrs. Stanley of Bridgeport conn., called on their cousins or. mrs. A. E. French recently. 3ir. mrs. James Tatro daughter Eva or. mrs. Euren before of Newport or. mrs. Elbridge Derusha four children of Springfield mass., visited at Joe Tatro a thursday. Bull came into my enclosure. Owner Mav have same by paying damages congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor. 10.30 a. M. Worship. Communion service. Rev. C. W. Cen Ter pastor of the congregations lurch at Lexington mass., will be Iver the address. Let us give him a arts Welcome. 11.45 sunday school. 6 p. M. Christian Endeavor. 7.00 p. M. Union service in the meth Odist Church. Or. mrs. Lyman Seymour spent the week in d in North Dan Ville. Bert Wright Laura Mayott of Orleans visited at Horace Whitehill s sunday. Or. mrs. Frank Lacourse of Orleans spent sunday with their parents Here. Several from Here. Attended the Celebration in Orleans All report very enjoyable time. Mrs. W. J. Bissell of Sutton spent the week with her parents or. mrs. George Roy. Or. mrs. E. A. Gallup or. mrs. Charles Gallup motored Tost. Johnsbury sunday Charles Whitehill daughter Myrtle mrs. Jane Armstrong Are visiting friends in Canada. Will Houston of Concord has been visiting his brother j. C. Houston other relatives in town. Or. mrs. L. T. Grow or. mrs. Will Stone recently took an automobile trip to Montpelier. Or. mrs. John Currier mrs. George Richel of Derry n. H., recently visited at j. Currier s. Or. mrs. Arthur Emery son have returned from a ten Days visit in Boston where they went in their automobile. Or. mrs. C. Little twins Hazel Harland of Lisbon n. Visited their parents or. mrs. O. A. Grow last week. Or. mrs. George Gray children of Morgan mrs. Mar shall Powers of Charleston were guests at John Young s Friday. Mrs. Mary g. Lynch of Brookline mass. Has been visiting at l. T. Crow s. Mrs. Lynch was formerly a nurse in the family of William b. Strong. Or. mrs. Harold Whitcomb Homer Crandall of Lyndon or. mrs. Hazen Colley of Lynn mass., were. Sunday visitors at l. A. Bennett s. Recent guests at j. Currier s were or. . Mrs. Edward Findlay or. mrs. Roland Findlay of Island Pond or. mrs. Err regt Wheeler of Bangor me. Evansville Adolph Souliere ha3 moved into the Simmons House. Of w. Adams of Dorchester mass., recently visited at a. E. Tracy s. Everett Martin of Providence r. I., has bought j. W. Moore s farm. Mrs. Bessie rash daughter Are visiting her brother Adelbert con . mrs. Walter Norris family recently visited his parents i Orleans miss Arline Marshall of Bradford was a guest of miss Vera Leland for the week in d. Or. mrs. A. E. Jenkins who have been visiting friends in Rich for a have returned. Mrs. Leora Gilman of Compton n. H., visited her Niece mrs. Clarence Mcdowell last week. Mrs. S. J. Kittle daughters Esther Irene visited relatives in Lyndonville last week. Esther Kittle Doris Porter Ida Lapierre Raymond Foster Are attending Orleans High school. Mrs. D. A. Deaette four Daugh ters of Newport were guests of . A. Drown one Day last week. Mrs. Omira Skinner. Miss Elsie Skinner will Aldrich visited relatives in West Burke Las week. At r mrs. Jog feh Baldwin. Mrs. Marion Westover c. J. Maxfield of Orleans or. mrs. G. Hunt visited at the Home of Kay tinker in schools in this of the town will commence monday with the teachers As follows mrs. Burt Fuller at East Brownington mrs. Nettie Monteith at the Center w. W. Cook Here in the Village. Take time for o not grow so keen Oil Money making business generally As to forget that a Little nonsense now then is relished by the Wisest Cost of advertising. R. W. Ken Nison Greensboro Bend. 34-3 6p found about August 15th, come into my enclosure a Bull calf Black with White spot on flank. Owner can have same by proving property nil Nav incr charee3. A. E. Tracy Orleans. Tel. 166-3 1. 35tf miscellaneous Farmers notice will buy Stunek made sugar monday sep tember 6. G. S. Dodge Orleans Law Cash paid for furs hides Ink. Telephone 58-1 l Daniel a Baas by Barton. 911 auction Sale household fur Nitro ctr at ty1v Dace Oil Elm st., Barton on saturday afternoon sep to fur 4th at 1 o clock. One Siuyau insurance real estate Best Stock Mutual companies. Surety bond3 All kinds of Vil Lage real estate. Any on having Vil Lage real estate they wish to sell Call on t. W. Baidwin Xann. Of. Urn Terv your sawdust at the Wessell Nichol & Gross Mill Barton 1 in a while it lasts. W. a. We. " Hanson Barton. 26tf to rent to rent tenement to rent ln--4 quire of r. G. Stiles Barton. 4ti to rent store three rooms in Davis Block Barton. Steam heated. Store suitable for millinery grocery ice Cream parlor Barber shop or fru t stand. Rooms up one flight suit Able for lawyers dental or a office or Light housekeeping. May rented singly or together. Apply Bradford clothes shop Barton of lost lost car operator s License. A mkt of or 23-48 2. Finder plea set w of to wll Orleans. R f. D. 3o-3-6p t not Rajni Chain Pendant Between bakery Phillips shoe store. Finder please leave at Smith Bros. Bakery. Barton. Lip lost Between Barton or leans Friday night Between 9.30 10 o clock one wire Demountable wheel White with tire tire cover we Finzler please Call Jack Ladd vt., reverse ticket re i Island Pond " ice co Orleans. 31tf Lward offered

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