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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor. . Barton Vermont wednesday september 8, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Victim of accidental shooting. Letters from the people Orleans county gains census returns show slight loses Orleans gains. U. S. Census returns for Orleans Barrows addresses women to Barton women your privilege of suffrage now Complete carries with it immediate duties of which you Are no doubt aware. Every woman who can qual 1 ? Chi saturday afternoon Francis Paige nine year old son of . An mrs. Harry Paige of Wilk Baghby was the victim of a shooting Accident when the Bullet from a revolver entered his head the Little Cha lived for a Short time but died soon aider me arrival 01 a . 11 z i in a iw.ci44 Siciu in essay a Irei Iwu mkt a. .1. I. Nairn Mson Ovici rating Ana Ine Many Rienas pres -. Ers told of the sincere sympathy of friends of the family and the sorrow of playmates. Barton local notes miss Ina Paige who has been quite ill is improving. J. C King is driving the order Tea for A Nute. Miss Hala Shedd is attending school in Springfield mass. Miss Marion Carter substituted in the High school last week. C b. Joy and family were visitors in mint Peifier the st of the week. Walter Goodro of Springfield mass., is visiting relatives m town. W. B. Proctor and family visited relatives in Canada the first of the week. Tharl Coatland from Concord. N. Ii was a recent visitor at j. A f Smiths a daughter was bom to . . F. Blouin of High Street wednesday. J Bertha Davis of Greensboro is t 1 de her aunt mrs. J. A. Smith theft Nellie Davis of Lyndonville is spending the week with . And d Martin. Miss Bee Butler has finished work at Lyndonville and returned to the j miss Shirley Smith of Newport pent the week in d with . And mrs. I rvs cps Smith. V t a apr was in Boston Las week in the interests of the Barton Auto Exchange miss Etta Folsom left monday for st. Johnsbury where she will teach the coming year. The w. C t. U. Will meet with mrs. C f. Cutler on tuesday after noon september 14l everyone should remember. Thelast ,. To ret a name on the Crnec list is saturday night. John Rossi of fall River mass., is a guest of his Mother mrs. Rossi and sister mrs Bona. Mrs. E. A Ferrin Arvd Marjorie Young of Brownington cae d on rela Tives in town recently. Miss Margaret Emery has gone to North Craftsbury Tere she is a student in the Academy. Campbell of new York is spend no a mourn wit a. Hunt. Mass is spending her vacation with . And mrs. O. A. To White. E. D. Bickford of Yerly mass. -. Bickford was for 50 no. 3d advertising heifers. G. " " 32tf i s6t.is ? iras Law p Register Ritz g of. 2ccft Rrt it lu5tc Han Iii c i. R Ani ii cottage in like mrs. T is. It stir. It. Truck Titi new j. P. W. Law Litereo Jerr Reir. R Rorres. Cows ii 0. I Ever. A farm rear i i z Niter failing re in i Tarr address Rie i. It pm. 2. S4-o-o i .& farm in South is. Cd i buildings. iti7, c billed to i South Liz i z. Hent my build 1 to in s two As the a. Ritt a i with electric s to 5z. Izz string water re -. C h. Simball,20tf a Csc e Chevrolet run Liz Alsa Cne Blais with Chuck Cen a i Etc ?. W. Law of ill Eris abot threets at. K id to of n6-sr3r t Sao jul 2. Cars. Guy Cour tel 1-a Spruil Ford Road ctr air str renter 2 Tese cars As they5cr crr ii Lei and paint Ifa i i ctr i a i. ? c a Nevi Al Bare Road. Good Fitt 7 o Aiso Iso i h health i 5- e a. Y rr3z Rea also Servine same,55 t he j end it. 5gv- feet of lumber. I tr2 113 Bunches of War s Ood cont 50 per s4tf --1tcow farm yet include 0buckets 5 i the Best Hay a is a t add stanchions. " r v. A. X 7"" t j some it a 1 snares. A. Noble dark 35--3 5.t nexus to tides and ate Les 1 1 k s f miss Ruby Orleans county s official ballot list democrats have candidate for All officers except state s attorney Orleans county voters will go tithe polls tuesday september 14 anyplace in nomination a county ticket which is As Good As an election. The democrats have filed a com plete county ticket with the exception of a candidate for state attorney. A near ii Xet is As Loi lows for senator. Quirene a. Pike iras Burg and William Pike Derby for assistant Jude res. John h. Moi Rill Newport and Dennis Sheenaa. Lroy. For judge of probate. Amos p bean Glover. For sheriff Roy p. Skinner. New port. For High Bailiff g. Herbert Mou l ton the Republican Camp there Are three contests. For the two senators there Are four contestants As follows w. By. Blodgett Newport Urban Wbrown Westmore E. Calkins Westmore and Roscoe Cowles. Al the two places As assistant judge there Are five candidates a Chase Greensboro Wallace d. Mil Ler Lroy Fred l. Palm p. Sweet Lowell and Frankw. Tenney of judge of probate e. J. Smith the present incumbent is the Only name appearing on the contest is on for state s attorney Albert w. Farman and her Bert s. Pierce both of Newport being the contestants. " e. J. Hill is the Only name filed in the Republican column for sheriff an Solon e. Gray the Only name for High Bailiff. Meeting of historical society. C after being postponed on account of bad weather the annual meeting and picnic of the Orleans count historical society was held tues Ady August 24, in Brownington a. The grounds of the old Stone House the property of the Good sized crowd assembled about where the Iron Kettle was swung and where plenty of Good hot Coffee awaited All who cared for it. After All had been served and lunch baskets were put aside the following program was carried out. In g. Perley of Barton was in charge of the music and mrs. R. A. Dutton of Brownington was organist. Al joined in singing patriotic songs an familiar hymns f. W. Baldwin president presided. Rev. M. A. Turner pastor of the methodist Church of Barton offered prayer. The Secretary b. R. Buchanan not being Able to be present. W. Locke of Orleans was appointed Secretary Protem. A. C. Chase of greens Boro. A. Dutton and mrs. James Young were appointed committee to present a list of officers for the ensuing Call was made foray present who attended under Rev. A. L. Twi -. Light the children of those Whoso attended mrs. Ellen Ferrin of Brownington aged 84 responded to the first and a Large number to the second class. A list of about Tern applied for membership and were duly president delivered an address upon Orleans county court 179s to 1816 Brownington and Craftsbury half Shires. The nominating committee re ported the following list of officer for the ensuing year president f. W. Baldwin Barton vice president col. C. S. Ewery Newport Secretary Bruce. Buch Anan West Glover treasurer g. J. Gross Orleans m., D. French Orleans we. Davies Brownington. Bacon the boys and girls club Leader. 1 4 l boys and girls of Orleans county this is your new club Leader. His name is Milor Baco and he conies from Down in Massachusetts. He has however been in the state of Vermont several times before and plans to make his Home up Here. He Werft to grammar school Ana nigh school in the town of Leominster mass and last june graduated from Massachusetts aggie at Amherst. While in College he studied the work of helping the boys and girls m club work under the farm Bureau and intension service cooperating. He has Good plans ahead for Yoa boys and girls and he wants you. Should look to him to help you with that calf and that pig. Hens and even the cooking and Canning Giris. Just drop him a line about your troubles your successes for Tot is what they will All be by and by. Won t they remember farm. Bureau office Newport. Watch for the boys and girls be part ent in the next Issue of the farm Bureau news. Everybody gossips but nobody likes anybody else s Brand of it cultivate activity the time coming when you wont have to i Sivate repose. Where you find a Man who a a from overwork you la find a Hundred who have rusted from unde Sroi. Strong Talent engr Jared. The Barton improvement club lyceum course for the Comins Tea so n will consist of the Bostonia sex Tette dub in its20th annual Dwight Hillis a return in i. S most Dixon has Artw Vitus Feiore me american Reo pie. This season he brings a Mes 01 great importance to the the american concert grand Quin Tette the finest singing male quartet m America. A More Complete announcement and dates will be Given later. Congregational Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Subject of Sermon the 11.45 sunday school. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 evening preaching service. Short Sermon. All Welcome. Rev. . Collier of Lexington,mass., occupied the pulpit sunday morning preaching a splendid ser Mon. . Collier owns a cottage i Crystal Lake Grove and has spent several Summers Here. I Burlington Are spending this week in Iowa i Riess . And mrs Archibald of ply Nouth n a Are guests of his Broth Stanley Archibald. Mrs. Pearl Brock and two children st. Johnsbury Are guests of . And mrs. W. B. Proctor. Miss Beatrice Aliard underwent i11 operation last week for the re Eio Vai 01 tonsils Ana a Aenious. Mrs car Nevins Suckley Las re mrs. Clara Ross who has been spend my several weeks with relative sin town has crore to Montpelier. Mrs. Inez Bona has moved from a tenement in the Hutch ins Block to the Baldwin Bouse on High Street. E. J. Butter will be at o. H. Moss Man s Friday september 17th. Call and have your eyes examined adv. Robert Smith of Somerville. Mass is stopping for a time with his grand parents . And mrs j. A Smith t. F. Hamblet was in st. Al bans last week called there by the death of an Uncle Nelson goods peed. Mrs. Anna Smith and daughter Hor of Hartford com visited their Cousin e. W. Barron last week. V it. Prescott and mrs. Eddy have returned from spend ing the summer at Willoughby Lake. . And mrs. A. P. Underwood have been enjoying a week s Automo bile trip visiting Boston and Cap cod Points mrs. C l. Hutchins. Has returned from a business trip to Boston. e. Hibbard assisted in the store during her absence. Miss Maude Chapman has returned to her Home in st. Johns p. A after pending two weeks with her Cousin miss Grace Proctor. Mrs. Ella Aliard who has been a guest for several weeks of . An mrs Hollis Allard has returned to her Home in Illinois. George Carter has gone to Akron Ohio to visit his sister mrs. Harland Paige and will go to Boston later to resume his school work. Via weather for the past wee has been Fine most of the time. At the approach of the fair however Rainy and threatening weather prevails. . And mrs. A. R. Webster and family arc guests of . W Ebster father. A a Webster and his brother it x veo5ijr us Tower. . And mrs. A. L Dexter of Bir Mingham ala., Uncle and aunt ofor. Emma drown and . And mrs. L. J. Fosdick and daughter of bos ton cousins of mrs drown visited her for the week in d and entertained mrs. Drown with a party at hotel Barton. At sometime sunday evening the awning on the Barton fruit store took fire probably irom a cigarette carelessly tossed upon it burning a Large Hole in the awning and scorch in the Wood where the awning is attached to the building. The Blaze was discovered in time to save a fire. The Board of civil authority win meet for the last time before the Pri Mary election on sat urday evening. Both men and women whose names do not appear on the Check list should qualify at that time Many names Safya and Shejen be f a woman vote in Barton , 1 the Advent of . And mrs. Caries in end Worcester. Mass., who the thers of their family to. 7, a m Art of the country lieu a stopped Here w i it of the he if of a n in i Jit in k in i it a vicars u a Etc citizens the time when her father. Frank be is wa8 an employee of the 1 Latea. Anu act i to Jive hotel mrs. Squires Al so recalls the fact that she was a Pas Senger on the first train that came in to this Village from Lyndonville Italy trains Blind soldiers. Italy has about uj0 Blind soldiers. All of these Are being trained for use Ful employment. In addition to hav ing lost their sight a number of these unfortunate soldiers Are without arms legs. Several ingenious devices have been invented to assist the Arm less Blind soldiers to read. One of these consists of a Little pocket Bat Tery and a Belt encircling the Chest and containing Small Needles. The de vice plans a record that causes 9 Dif Ferent Needle to prick foe eco letter and to the Blind. It reads. Sabbath Observance. . Editor i am somewhat surprised that no one has anything to say on the subject of Sabbath Observance As you invited them to do in your Issue of Avgust v is. It seems to me that Sabbath desecration is the greatest sin of the age Ana the one to neg mat will bring ruin to this nation. God s command remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy is to this Genera Tion just As much As it was to the israelite and is no less a command than thou Shalt not kill thou Shalt not Why do Christian people Church members think it & dreadful thin to break the sixth seventh eighth commandments and continually from week to week deliberately break the fourth instead of thinking of the Sabbath As a Day of quiet rest and worship they Are planning All through the week what excursion to take what friends to invite to accompany them where to Stop for dinner Etc is this keeping god s Day holy and what about the children who will be in our places of worship in the next Genera Tion. There is much food for thought in this subject. " let us study the downfall of those nations that forgot Goti and then meditate up on the words found in Isa. 58 13-1 4. W. Jeffords advocates Emery. . Editor in the presentation of his Side of the question in the governorship is sue col. Emery voiced the sentiment of a Large part of his audience by a concise truthful and logical state ment As to his attitude on the differ ent platforms of the four candidate for governor of Vermont at Enos Burg Falls two weeks Hartness would build up the mechanical industries of the state at the expense of her agricultural in Babbitt would have one end of his platform dry and the other end wet a Tilting. Agan would have an All wet Plank platform and a huge tax levied upon the tax payers of ver Mont to build trunk lines of High ways in the most expensive and elaborate methods conceivable. While he Emery would have the mechanical and agricultural develop ment of her industries go hand in hand and the strict enforcement of the volstead act. The writer would like to submit to the voters of Vermont which is the Ideal platform to stand on in consideration of the different principles embodied therein and which one can Appeal to All classes women As Well As men at the state primaries to Beholden on the 14th Day of september 1920. It is not a question of ethics alone but one of common sense and progression As Wellum. H. Jeffords. East Berkshire vt., september 3, 1920 Don t let Vermont go to seed. editor did it Ever occur to you that our officials in this state Are elected not because of any special principle that they stand for nor in Many cases be cause of and special fitness of the candidate for the office which he seeks if he has been a life Long Republican has been an Active worker in their caucuses and helped to elect some other Republican of Good party standing he will in turn be elected to office. Is this representative government is there any particular incentive for an Independent thinking voter to go to the polls and vote for candidates nominated and elected in this Man Ner How much better it would be for our state to have two equally Strong political factions each one giving the other something to work state is no better off than Ala Bama for instance which is just As conservatively democratic As ver Mont is conservatively of these political methods our old state is going to is time we changed this farce of election and saw to it that men who deserved the office were elected not because of being regularly republicans nor regularly democrats but because they Are men who Are work ing for the Best interests of the state regardless of men who stand for progressive principles and Are not bound by any party s have our candidates declare openly what they stand for and win their elections on their respective merits. You have recently seen a Clear example of hew our one sided political policy works in this state. We had a governor who was apparently trustworthy efficient popu lar and respected until he was tried and found guilty in our own courts of embezzling state funds. He was found guilty because there was no other Way out. The facts were there and no amount of whitewashing could cover them up. He has not yet been punished nor will he be. Yet he was the Republican nominee and of course should be elected. Is this situation to continue until eternity you Don t want this grand old state to go to s Wake up and put Vermont on the map As a progressive state one that the rest of the Union will look up to not a plodding hide Boun d Commonwealth but a real live Forward looking state setting the Pace for Fco voet of the Union. The time is Ripe to build up a Strong progressive movement in this state a democratic party if you please to abolish these old worn out methods and put real life into the political campaigns and make our elections Worth while make them worthy of the state of Vermont a Commonwealth in the United states. C. Jenkins. Orleans it. Pomona Grange meets. Porn Sheet Pomona Grange no. 25, will meet with Glover Grange thurs Day sept. 16. All the members Are urged to be present. The question for discussion is How can a town s indebtedness be paid without increasing the present rate of taxation c.,.r m v county have been Given out and leans county is one of the six in ver Mont to show an increase in Popula Tion. Our increase is Only 2.5e from 23.337 in 1910 to 23,913 in 1920.the figures available Are Only forthe incorporated villages and the Cit of Newport. Orleans Derby line and North Troy each show a splendid gain while Barton shows a considerable loss. The first social census of Newport cite shows the speculation to be Only 24 Short of 5000. Here Are the figures of incorporated places As Given out 1920 1910 Albany. 152barton .1,1s7 1,330 Derby Center 274 Derby line 640 390 Glover. 209 Newport Center. 274 Newport. 4.976north Troy. --1,072 771orleans. 1,353 1,131 West Glover. 99 the population of Vermont is 352,-12 1.this is a loss of 3.535, 1.0 yer cent Over the population of 1910, then the population was 355,956.Vermont is the first state in the Union Hus far counted to show a decrease. Eight of the 14 counties show a ailing off in population and the gain n the other six was Small except in he Case of Windsor county where he increase was 9.s per cent. Important real estate transfers. More real estate transfers have taken place in . G. Perley has purchased of . Baldwin the building now occupied by the Perley Novelty store opposite the Post Osc e. This will maker. Perley a splendid permanent Home for his business. Inere is a ? tenement and . Baldwin s Law of i fees on the second floor. Mrs. F. H. Gilman has sold the Gil Man Block opposite the passenger station to l. C. Gates who has taken Possession. The plans of the new owners Are not fully known but the lock is Well arranged for a restau rant and Rooming House such As has been conducted there in the past years might be transformed for other business. A. H. Degolyer of Boston has bought the Drew shop of w. H. Chap Pell. This Transfer presages important developments As the following clipped from the state papers will show the National confectioners machinery co., of Barton has filed Arti cles of association in the once of Secretary of state for the purpose of con ducting a business in Barton. The papers Are for $50,00x and Are signed by Carl p. Ford and Clarence h. W Ilia re of Barton and a. H Degolyer of Coventry buildings Burn. The buildings of h. E. Miner on the West Hill in Coventry was struck by lightning tuesday afternoon and to tally destroyed by fire together with about 50 tos of Hay. With help from the Village and the assistance of the Newport chemical engine and Force the House and other buildings were saved. The property Vas partly Cov ered by insurance. Salient Points 4 of senator Harding s speech of acceptance i pledge Fidelity to our coun try and to god and accept the x nomination of the Republican party for the presidency of the United the human element come first and i want the employers in Industry to understand the Aspi rations the convictions the yearnings of millions of Ameri can wage 4- the Constitution contemplates no class and recognizes no group. It broadly includes All the people with specific recognition for we approve collective bar Gross expansion of currency and credits has depreciated the Dollar. We will attempt Intelli gent and courageous when Competition natural fair impelling Competition is 4 suppressed Whethe Rpy Law com pact conspiracy we halt the March of Progress silence the voice of aspiration and paralyse the will for i Promise you formal and of for festive peace so quickly As a re publican Congress can pass its declaration for a Republican executive to i can hear the Call of con science an insistent voice for largely reduced armaments 4- throughout the 4. Pur vision includes More than a chief executives we believe in a Cabinet of highest capacity equal to the responsibilities which our system contemplates 4- in whose councils the vice pres a 4 Dent second official of the re Public shall be asked to Partick 4- he 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4- 4 4- 4- 4e " " barter. Life has lovel1nesbrell " All Beautiful and splendid things. Blue Waves whitened on a Cliff. Climbing fire that Way and sins and children s faces looking up. Holding wonder like a cup. Life a s loveliness to sell music like a curve of Gold scent of Pine tree in the rain. Eyes to fact love you arms that for your spirit s still Delight. Holy thoughts that Star the night. Spend All you have for loveliness. Buy it and never count the one White singing hour of peace count Many a year of strife Well lost. And for a breath of ecstasy give All you have been could Teasdale. Fify should see to it that she appear before the proper authorities and gets her name on the Check list. I congratulate you upon having receive i de the vote and while 1 have not the Lime disposition to make a can Vass of the Many new women voter sin the interests of my candidacy for town representative i would nevertheless appreciate your believe it is your duty to qualify and vote if for no other reason than to give Orleans county s candidate for governor your last meeting of the civil Board will be held saturday evening sep tember 11, at the town clerk s Osce. Come and truly a. A. Barrows. Grand lists of Orleans county towns the following giving the grand lists of the various towns of Orleans county As shown by the rec ords in the office of the state tax com missioner at Montpelier Albany 6,235.18barton 22.s44.05 Brownington. 4,123.91charleston 7,422.39 Coventry 5.2s7.07 Craftsbury. 6.50s.77 Derby. 19,700.95glover. 5,517.36 Greensboro. 7,251.14 Holland. 1.545.9 Irasburg 7,169.13 Jay 1,845.76lowell 5,419.64 Holland 4.545.05 Morgan 3,362.67 Newport City 35.421.29 Newport town. 7.923.57 Troy 12,719.80westfield 290.90 Westmore 2,637.06 5163,675.69 Glover the civil Board will meet in the town Hall saturday september 11, at 1 o clock for the purpose of allowing the women to get their names on the Check list. " a Kitchen Shower was Given miss Alice Dexter Friday evening at the Home of mrs. P. E. Buck. Miss Dex Ter received Many useful gifts former new Home consisting of Man Kitchen utensils. Dainty refresh ments of Lemon sherbet and Angel cake were served by the hostesses mrs. Lyon and mrs. Buck. Giaver Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kimball morning worship. 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 . Ozora davi3 occupied the Pul pit of the Community Church last sunday Givine a wonderful Sermon on the theme the vacant sunday the topic of the ser Mon will be the history and Geo Graphy of of the women Rotthe Community Church who Are interested in the com ing fair Are invited to meet with mrs Georg Anderson next Friday even . E. V. Stevens of North olm Stead Ohio who preached in town a number of years ago called on friends in town last sunday. West Glover the to. R. C. Will hold their next meeting saturday september 11th. Mrs. Bert Woodard of Northfield mass., is spending some time Withers. Fred Miles. Allen Ticehurst Ruth bean and Ruth Baker attended Sherbrooke fair last week. A. C. Cheney has commenced work on the South Albany Road near Hart Well Pond. Mrs. Nettie Baker has returned from Sherbrooke whee she has been for some time. Work is being done on a Section of Road on the East Side of Parker Pond. S. T. Vance is in charge. E. W. Ticehurst of st. Johnsbury is at w. O. King s for a Days while looking after his farm. Miss Clara Colburne and miss Katherine Wilcox of new York visited mrs. L. L. Hastings last week. S c Tamati tia that were in st. Johnsbury with their Daugh Ter mrs. Guy Garvin Over labor Day. Mrs w. Learned of Jeffersonville and Katherine Rogers of Burlington have been visiting their brother Richard Rogers. . And mrs. R. O. Buchanan and family who have been at the Home of his father for the summer have returned to Burlington. Gladys Cameron has returned Tol. 1 c a a 14ya Yii Hin to Shelbourne Falls mass., for the opening of the school year. R. M. Borland and 1 Lyman and families made an automobile trip of several Days last week visiting Sherbrooke fair and the White mountains. Trip civil Board will meet in the town Hall saturday september 1j, at 1 o clock for the purpose of allowing the women to get their names on. The Check list. Saturday Forenoon Henry Barber s automobile was run into by a Barre car in Irasburg Village. Mrs. Barber was thrown from the car and was quite seriously injured but is More comfortable at this writing Secre tary of state Black arrived at the scene of the Accident a minutes after it occurred and investigated the affair. Willoughby Rev. J. J. Hutchinson of Barton will preach at the schoolhouse nere at 3 o clock pc sunday afternoon. Everyone is invited every travelling Salesman dreams of a time when he will be wealthy enough to own a hotel that will rebuilt right. Uo1virl9i s x9um.q st o 1 Mierly of Barton and Glover. Ski scam saw w " v is visit info at the come of Rodney Shaw of paric Street wanted wanted live poultry. Elrick Larton. 18tf wanted experienced teacher for Lake View school in Westmore. O. E. Lyon Orleans. To wanted at once laundry woman work All done by is Chier a. Valley ouse Orleans. 20ti wanted hand spinners Cash Roll s parcel Post. A c Gay bar ton wanted to hire rent Small farm by experienced " Man. Myron Morse Box 267, Barton. Wanted fresh eggs and Poul try mondays at Orleans express tation. E. S. Keuhey Orleans. Ltd wanted girl for general work in restaurant no cooking. Mrs. Belle Kibby Barton. 3611 wanted will buy yearlings two year old heifers and fall cows. W. E. Hanson Barton. Law j i Vav in 11 Vamds of Lunoc ainu nurse i Jucs to i Barton. Both. F. I Ivl i f tend Anta. Salary $45 to Loo per month with Board room and laundry at ass st mass Law " tit to t Tea not fat j men for handling lumber manufacturing boxes ,r77l a work Fromi ainu faxes it-16.45 to 5.18. One hour for Ulm a x. Saturday afternoon off wages a non i t i i i it Iii i Pena upon it Calso pm Muht fireman wanted. Any Call and talk it Over one interested. In. A a. Via Iii Ici. " to a ten Van set As i com Rrt ores rtfe2-s Grosi Iii it stat w Ever f j y. A i to . S7?f j.1 1 --Arv " rooms to .5 heated. ? Izot .,.5orfrsrl Kass?-4 doctor s 1 Amir tan. Of j--4i. s License. Vriens 5-s 6p it c and t a a i Cutie cover. re weekly. . Also part time Manor to Man to act As collector Etc 10 weekly. Experience not Bank s6-3 7wm x. Aux xxii building Burlington t. Found found yearling Black Jersey Bull came into my enclosure. Owner May have same by paying damages and Cost of advertising. E. W. Ken Nison Greensboro Bend. 5wtp found about August 15th, come into enclosure a Bull calf Buck on flank. Owner White spots have same by Png property and paying apr ?5forleans, tel35-3-6 1 .

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