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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor september 8, 1920 Page three big Premium list at state fair. Tors by the fair nerf i on exhibitors of far too Caledonia county ducts Are a Reatle premiums the v. Elfair is offering this year and they Are to adjust. This proposed arrange Meint was very satisfactory to the trustees of Lyndon Institute As it gives the Institute a Large property which if not profitable to be employed directly sold wholly Orin part by the owners. De a Little son to their Home last Fri Day. Congratulations. L. A. Wheeler an family entertained we. And Henry deslauriers. Also j. F. Kennedy and son. Albert of Lawrence. Mass., last week. The party came by Auto returning by Wax of old Orchard. Morgan Center miss Alice " Deslaurier from Massachusetts is visiting at l. A. Wheeler s. Mrs. Gladys Crowe of Island Pond was the guest of friends Here last week. Or. And mrs. B. J. Cargill Welcom iat there was filed with the town tot1t a ?.hers --5esfive Silver cups.f1 a Vul. Distribute $553.602l5e premiums and there a Especial prizes amounting to $2shorticultural Hall for vegetables nas premiums amounting to ss61 65a great automobile show the by cart Tell 111 new England out Side Boston will take place be Neath canvass. The tent is ir.i3n m st. John shirt Cavitt Nofu. 6, our Lee fourteenth annual exhibition to be held at Whiteriver Junction september 2s, 29 30and october 1, in Large forthcoming fair As a display of agricultural no duct Kirin v v three candidates for Toum Tureo Ester of Short time for two a. S and aches live Quiam of Richardson and Gil Bert e. W oods on the Republican tic avoid largest yet held. It Ana entries in. Whitney on the diseases Sec is taking Cwm Brauc ticket. S a a wac yet w Xix six Vuk we my my vex in rom Nam vex x inc we v3fc i xxx Xix Xix ill Xii Oil Xix Xii i Oil Xii a Xii but Xix xxx xi5 Xix Xii ii. Xii 5leet and. Over 100 cars and truck swim be on exhibitionoj5v department over52,000 in premiums Are offered. Ver s2frances Helen Blair. The . Sheffield Grace Pearl is teaching in Concord this fall. Jack Garfield has gone to his Home in Boston. Theda Sheldon will teach the Vil one half year old daughter of or. And st Ltd meal 5--Urs. Josepn Ziair of Barnet lost her not foot Friday. The child was playing and ran in front of her a x the Hutchins store to Call your attention to a few of the new things in the new store the trotting features wit hate largest Ever offered by the Ermont state fair Are attracting entries from All Over the country. Great racing i3 promised. Morgan Center Mont poultry raisers Are advised Totake advantage of these Liberal premiums. The Swine department carries stat fair premiums to the amount of $1500and in addition there Are premiums amounting to $313 offered by Breed Siw Lage school. Z. J. Blake and family have returned to Boston. Mrs. A. O. Gray has one to Bostner s mowing machine. The Man driving did not see her in time to pre vent the Accident and the Little girl was caught by the Blade. The foot was completely severed near the ankle. The child was brought to and operated upon at the a less nth of Wpm to 1, 4sheep exhibitors win ,. I Virtu a is the guest of friends k since 1535. Tires .1 Vin prints. Ton for a visit. Ida Scott of Lakeport is visiting 55 55 bks Jaxk x re a a x5 x5 six fair premiums amounting to $2,233,and $223 from breeders associations. Millinery in All the new colors and shades. Ostrich and Wing trimmings in a great variety of colors and latest ideas in dress embroidery materials. 1 r j Ca enuf Box Csc vow. The hit or miss supper at the m. 11 Thoday evening sep tember 2, was a Success socially and sit at j. S. Chesley s. Ben Gray of Lisbon n. In visited at Delia Jenness last week. The cattle department will Distri Bute $5,106.34 in state fair Money,$1,233.16 from clubs and others. New line of Serge dresses for ladies and special num a x Wendell Puffer son of Rev. E. of Groton was totally blinded monday evening when lightning entered the Power station at Botton kidney Phis in the horse department $4,031x0 or. And mrs. Sumner Eastman x3will be paid in premiums to exha u u Are easily suited you de serve to be. Have been visiting in Newport an Potton p. Bers for the miss from 14 to 20. Gordon Hose for the Schoolboy and girl As Well As for the grown ups. Little Coats and bonnets for the baby. We have so Many new things in the jewelry department Xix Reuben Willard who has been huh Ville where he was Workins an burned out the switchboard. He was taken at once to st. Johnsbury where doctors thought it possible that his sight would be restored in time. The burning of the switchboard crippled boarding at Hiram Eastman a has Xix gone to or. Hudson s to live. We have not the space to name them but we have the gift for scholars from the red schoolhouse 1 5mxand the nation school Are to come to any occasion. Call and see for yourself to common sen Seffl appear me Lien Tmur service irom Proton Odanville. The lower Power House was started whih furnished Power for Groton but the remainder of the cir acuity of the corporation was out of District no. 3. Effie Dane will be the teacher. The Hutchins store wrong Side of the Square Sutton North Ridge Lea j. Blake was quite ill last week. W. J. Buck wa3 in Barton last service for the rest of the night. To give up Vail aggie school the state Beard of education had Vermont Sweek. Is Barton Xix an important conference at Lyndon vote last Wees Ana As a result Wui m recommend to the next legislature that the Vail school of agriculture Ivsich the late theordore n. Val xxxix sir Nix wow we my. I but xxx but x a a but i xxx. Avery r. Curtis spent the week end at Home. Mrs. E. R. Mcshane is somewhat improved in health. Mrs. Elizabeth Ash and son Clar ence visited in town sunday. Or. And mrs. It. Burke of st. Johnsbury called on the Ridge deeded to the state some six years ago be Given up and that the pro Perty revert to Lyndon state Board invited to this conference a half dozen represent ive Farmers from All parts of the including v. N. Cady of mid , f. Ii. Bickford of Brad Ford f. L. Davis of Hartford g. Pajavis of Rutland town Horatio e. Mrs. G. Mcfarland and Daugh Ter Kathleen spent a few Days i Sheffield last week. Miss Millicent Richardson of Lyn Donville visited her brother e. F. Luce of Pomfret and e. S. Brigham state commission of agriculture Fromet a bans. These men made Richardson recently. West Burke mrs. O. L. Worthen spent the week end in Boston. Mrs. Mary Packer spent last week in st. Johnsbury. Miss Lydia Corliss of Spencer mass., is visiting relatives in town. Through investigation of the Vail arms and properties thursday Afemon. Later in conference with the state would be served by aban judge that the Best interests of the state would be served by Abon Doni no the Vail school and farms and allowing these properties to re Vert under the terms of the deed of gift to Lyndon on their counsel the state the sound common sense which has always characterized the sni women of Vermont should and we believe will influence i c to vote tor Frederick h. Babbitt for governor. He represents that Type of Clear headed honest fearless right Zint Public spirited successful business Man which Vermont sri during the trying and eventful years lying just ahead to econ Cill y and efficiently manage the business of the state. The governorship of Vermont Means something to every tax payer the state for the conduct of the government is nothing More or is than the doing of the people s business. Or. Babbitt is a Man of Broad vision but is not visionary. He its not believe that favouritism toward and one feature of our state re to the detriment of All others will make a prosperous and Happy a but that our schools and highways our agricultural and in is ii development All of which Are essential to cur Well Bein g sri rement Prosperity should receive equal consideration and helpful i lotion. The Electon of or. Babbitt would mean a real business Man of i c training and an experienced legislator in the executive Chai r. 1h5 cannot be truthfully said of any of the other candidates. Babbitt Campaign club Bellows Falls Vermont of to the Universal car. Order your Ford car now or we can Mal e delivery in Coupe 1 ton truck and touring car Chassis touring and roadsters ordered now will be delivered m from three to five weeks. Touring car $575 with dual electric starting and lighting system $650 roadster $550 Witt Cai elect inc Ste Illig and l Lairg to tits $625 Coupe $775 with Deal Clicc tic erd lilt org f j fam $e0, these prices Are All f. O. B. Detroit Board at a subsequent meeting adopt j miss Celia Spencer returned to her school in Waltham mass., this week. Mrs. Peter Abar is much better and is Able to sit up a part of each Day miss Laila Roundy went to her school in Springfield. Mass., thi3 week. Sense of the Board that it should re commend to the next legislature the abandoning of the properties. " the unanimous opinion of these representative Farmers was taken As an expression of the Farmers of the state As a whole respecting this mat View of the conditions that would necessarily hamper the school mis3 Helen Glines of Putnam 3vide, ha3 been visiting her sister mrs. W. A. F. Hill. A. O. Berry has been entertaining his brother Ralph Berry of Mont under the situation As it now exists. Real p. Q. P. W. Lawson Newport the d. Of their District meeting in West Burke on tuesday the Board decided to postpone the opener of the school until after the legislature has had an Opportunity to act providing that this can be done without forfeiting any of the rtate3 interests in the properties. Of this week. M. E. Fairbrother was in West cixsda1xlebanon, n. H., on business during a part of last week. Rev. W. F. Hill has returned from to this end an arrangement is under Way with Lyndon Institute whereby the latter inst Tion is expected to waive any claim for forfeit on the part of the state until the legislature has acted. The details connected with this plan respecting the Vail school Are left to a committee of the state Board his vacation and services were resumed last sunday. J. P. Watchie 13 very ill at Bright Loo k Hospital where he went for treatment the first of last week. Miss Muriel Kendrick has gon e to the Seminary in North eld mass., to Complete her High school course. Or. And mrs. Robert Rood and daughter Abby have been spending a few Days in Northfield and Bethel or. And mrs. Albert Meara Are at Home again after their summer s work in the girls Camp in Lunenburg. W. W. Gallagher and family took an Auto trip to Windsor last week to visit 3irs. Gallagher s sister mr3.waters of Vermont 122m Are entitled to the ballot in All state and National election you without tax qualifications you May vote in the state primary tuesday septjj14 Elins. Miss Lola Eliot and mrs. Martha f jewel of Newport were the guests of or. And mrs. W. R. Thurber during the past week. I the Village schools opened this week with mis3 Elsene Dresser of a Wheelock. Miss Kathleen Mclain of 1 Newport and miss Alice Ames As j teachers. I the Fowle boys who have been i spending their Long vacation with i their grandmother mrs. Kate Fowle i have returned to their Home in Broo Klyn n. Y. G. A. Jamieson and family and s. I l. Brigham and family took a plea3-sa it trip to Hardwick Morrisville Waterbury Barre and Montpelier i last thursday. Clair and Wayne Hitchcock have returned to their Home in Spring Field mass., after a very pleasant summer with their grandparents or. Onich it foil to Poi filter. You owe it to your state you so White River Junction Vermont Dan t you should you owe if Toj yourself follow these instructions and the allot jb., o la woman must be 2 13 years of age or Over. --ra2nd a woman must have been a resident of the state one year and of 3 vote at least three months prior tothe City or town where she expects to Date of " before the Board of civil authority and have3rd--a go her name Polcene cock lis t unless she has already done so consult ascertain the meet my Date your town clerk in person or phone to Board of civil authority. 4th a woman must take the Freeman s oath. This you will do before the Board of civil authority when you Register. As a voter. A.1ii Ziblat Iskric and mrs. A. E. Hall. Professor and mrs. Elbert Orcutt who have been spending a few weeks Ata Edgemere their summer Home on the shores of Lake Willoughby have returned to Plymouth n. Mrs. Abby Whipple and daughter mrs. Addie Carr of Manchester n. I 111 and another daughter a Vars. Ai Mahill have been the4c991uuuspending the pa3t two weeks at mrs. Whipple s Home Here. Loren Jenkins has been obliged to give up his position in new York City owing to ill health and is at 2nv-rn Ai or Roma med that there Are no restrictions on women void n an mc1 Wail Altu Fujiu tum much As the men even More than interested in it inter ested fully a your state that Vou Are i Home for a rest and a visit alter pc will be on the watch for a 1 0,000r.csthat vent h test to Croc Tess and Taice Ner Gnu i pwt Gnu. New Job in the country As City life does not agree with him. B. M. Fairbanks and family moved j u worn Tiwi Jiaw Isi re Vermont to go Forward and keep Quick sure Pace with the Best of them. I to their new Home m Carton last Thev will be greatly missed race in the Church Here where they were 1wani i m in Etta to Rel your ballot is needed to accomplish this Burlington thursday september 9 lch30 and 2 00 o clock at the new Sherwood in life of our Village where they were Ever ready Ana willing to Neil in any Way possible. My inn a former resident of women voters will be held,league2nd members of the Vermont of i it to be present and assist to of West Burke had a bid fall while j t n convention trotting entries close september 17thvisiting her , Iris. New award at by. Joens Crary edition. Mrs. Cole is fe2 years of arh or recovery is club Tau As fhe was very feeble before receiving the injury. Is of this organization and members or All women " be addressed bythe meetings the of the new league. Miss Marjorie Shuler of new York associate editor of the woman citizen " Julian h. Olzendam " chairman Vermont league of women voters. e o. I Woodruff has sold his j All the usual fair features on a Mammoth scale remember the dates place and business to or. Gilmour Obarton. Or. Woodruff has been in the drover business for tace past wan. is known a a a cattleman All Over this part of the country. We Are very glad to know that he and his very estimable wife Are to remain in our Village for both would be greatly missed in the Community life. They will rent for the Winter awl May build later. For premme lift address f. L. Davis sec.,White River jct

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