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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor a in Vlf a a a Singi _ a to a a heifers. G. S2tf Vetr line Irasburg 36tf Academy notes. Barton Academy began its third week of a present year with a larger in Roll to in the Junior senior High school than at any time last year. Among the new arrivals on monday morning were John list be and Dorothy Gates formerly of Utica n. \., Lynford Bowen of Barton Barton Vermont wednesday september 15, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Primary election results later information than was Community were sub san is received the special elec a wedness Morol my most of our subscribers Merrick Winslow. M an automobile Accident in Burlington that Forenoon. Merrick was in Here grew to Young manhood in Barton and left Here Only a few years de Thiol edition a on of -0, but 7 so a Foo tto so so Rose ale a so time because of an Accident Retta Potter of Irasburg Dorothy Dow of Alwy and Florence Cook of ? empty Thi senior he to gins the ret my on a a a Retiro Stanro and a it in a a a a a a it it Ltd a a is or ome a not receive it until the same time this copy is received. It does notch cd saturday after own Quot at 3 o clock. Rev. W. A. Warner of peach Rebekah District meeting at Derby Large attendance excellent degree work banquet and fraternal Good time the District meeting of Rebekah lodges or District no. 5, was held with wide awake Rebekah Lodge no 67 at Derby wednesday night. The lodges represented in this District Are morn ii ally planned. 5s� or ?3 a a a a Quot a Essex Center thursday and. Student ctn to a. ,000 and Babbitt to Nam Ltd a inn 0 50 non Tabie with vat the 37tf this Akut Swo. The Quality Dale s final vote is about 14,000, a or mor Danng school hours when the i a Register-1 student is not otherwise engaged with i20tf a studies. \ Lolin lessons will be Given h. R. Barron is in St. Johnsbury n the near future if there is sufficient this week acting As official time keen Berkshire demand to warrant the engaging ofor at the fair races in Rby a Marjorie King was the guest 3i-38 Mildred Dutton. S., of miss Era Leland in evansville., a graduate of the University of ver saturday and sunday. T mrs. Julia Young of Craftsbury re i v Quot in Extension work in is visiting at the Home of misses. R. D. 1 Ermont he be a her duties As Mildred and Glen Lang. Oves. A Leo Micsg. J. Stannard and mrs. C. -. 5. Guaran Rran ments Are being made to r. Prescott Are now on the working e. Sockoijre the services of mrs. Gertrude Force at the Hutchins store. S7tf Hin Mann to the Chai of a course u. Morning about 930 of clock. The seven passenger Cadillac car in which the in were going from est. Sex Junction to the fair grounds said to have been owned and driven by Baghdasar Agoos Dow or Agoos Kialii. An armenian who lives in Winooski left the Roadway just after crossing the tracks at Pepin a crossing went to the ditch on the right Side of the Road Tore a mail Box from a Post then crossed the Road to the left Side and ran into the Bank and Dumec completely Over Landing right Side up and facing Back the Way it had come. A besides the Man who was killed a use in the car were William i it Alton of Bridgeport conn., whose upper Teeth were forced through his lower ii and the ligaments of the right Arm were strained while the Arm May Complete census returns towns As Well As incorporated places Given. Most towns lose. The completed census of Vermont for 1920 is now Given out. Of the fourteen counties eight show a falling off and the other six have made slight gains except Windsor county Barton Orleans county fair unqualified Success pre Mimun awards Given full with other news of event Aing Star 2, of Newport Clyde River the Burlin Irton free press tells of no. 64, of Island Pond. Sunbeam. Lodge. No. 17. Of Barton wide a a at the overflow nearly 150 members and grand Lodge officers sat Down to a sumptuous banquet prepared by the members of wide awake Lodge consisting of salads of Many varieties Rolls doughnuts Coffee assorted cakes and ice Cream. The Quality could not be equated and the Quantity was so great that the plates could not be emptied. It was served with neatness and dispatch. The tables were decorated with Cut Flowers which added to their attraction. The committee in charge and who should receive credit for the spread were mrs. Q b. Kelley mrs. Ada Eastman mrs. Clara Kelley Carl Bates and Nelson Stevens. The committee of reception were mrs. Emelia Cofran committee were mrs. Emelia Cofran mrs. Cidra Keach mrs. Mary or cutt mrs. I. O. Weymouth or. Geo. O. Burton. Examination for certificate of perfection in unwritten work was held in the Lodge room prior to the opening of the meeting. At 8 00 of clock the meeting was called to order with wid awake Lodge conducting the opening exercises. The grand officers were introduced after which mrs. Katherine Killom p. N. G. Of Derby gave an address of Welcome which was ably responded to by mrs. Grace Morrow p. N. G. Of Newport. A collection which has an increase of 98 per cent. Chittenden and Orleans counties were the last to be reported. Orleans which has an increase of 98 per cent from the census of 1910. Barton Coventry Irasburg Newport City Newport town and Troy have increased in population. The total gain for the county being 576. Derby line Village. North Troy Village and Orleans Village have increased in population the Village of North Troy showing the largest increase of 301 since 1910. Following is the census by towns and incorporated places in the county for 1920 and 1910 1920 1910 23,913 23337 Couch. . we. A R�h in sick of air lt1 one parlor the Story. The St of the opera i Harriet Hayes of Bangor a a ,.� a a a burial lot at Ludlow -1 rr mrs. C Frothy Emerson. Je., is spending the Winter at the the exemplification of the Rebek Acrcc-., orc a a. M it. Und or. F. R. If of fish conducted a to twp Nara of 11� Junior c my. Wilmer Dmn Teu. Who re tent of the Ribi on the right Eide crushed creditable manner upon two Candi j v to c a a a in a ak_ ---1 dates by the Dree team from wide e River Lodge a a a a More. Mims Zeaui. Nia Okay was remove a Audi Ltd cacuiplified the ballot raise funds to a Rry on properly the. I a see Smith who has been vis to the undertaking rooms of a b. I taking in a member by Transfer card. A a Maas Lwy 1 be 1 j Wimet Cuvi a Vic not a Arriol ant Raa Grinew >10 Orleans county Albany town including Albany Village 840 920 Barton town including Barton Village and Orleans villages 3,506 3,346 Brownington town 741 760 Charleston town 921 993 Coventry town 668 616 Craftsbury town 1,042 1,119 Derby town including Derby Center and Derby Lineve Lages 201 3,639 Glover town including Glover and West Glover a a Lages 826 932 Greensboro town 905 931 Holland town 714 722 Irasburg town 999 983 Jay town 368 513 lower town 1,005 1,086 Morgan town 368 463 Newport City 4,976 248 Newport town including Newport Center Village Troy town including North Troy Village Westfield town Westmore town -i�?3 t first cuss sprained her ankle is visiting her and injuries to the Quot internal organs dates by old ree Tea ei5 for a u. W. Brown in West which caused Haemorrhages Leming i Awal be. Clyde1quot of al the tics of More. To his death. His body bras removed i of Island Pond Exempla 01 funds to carry on or sporty Thea u Tavit Tew in a Academy a athletics. A51z of rent my build a a Rivage Krown As the a Jet Seq upped with electric i a iting a a. Smith mass. Barton local notes uric Oxubko wow of oven Ai Jav cry hip Rente. Or. And my. I Isten a six Oak and �198 Ive Itie incr r v go to Ksir friends in Bradford. I A a a a p a a a 1. _ A p a Rik roo2l 20tf was not carried out owing to the re turn to 1 a Quai ton and Winslow were oper absence of Sunbeam Lodge a a a stand in the mid Way in the i splendid report of the last District a a v 1 j j to i Chittenden county fair at Essex Cen a meeting was give by mrs. Lizzie miss Nettie Telfer recently visited mrs. A e. We son Ber Jed had gotten into the Automo Maxwell p. D. D. P. Of Island Pond ends in Bradford. Of Concord n. H., have been j Essex Junction to return to after which followed the reports from the weather has been Cool and wet sifter mrs. John a. Grounds it is said. Just. The several lodges in the District. For the past few Days. Smita. A what was the cause of the Accident is the unwritten work was exemplified a a a year old h l. French has gone to Bridge David a. Gilmour of Townsend not known. Several different reports by mrs. Gertrude Jewell Assembly i a s urd. Good port. Conn to visit his family. Mass., was in town the past week at a have been circulated to the effect that i president. Will sell. W tending the fair and visiting relatives another car was concerned in the af-1 Rue grand officers present were to a Erar. Willoughby�?T a. C. Mem i of mom file spent fiends. Fair but none of these reports have mrs. Gertrude Jewell Assembly 37tf the past week at h. W. Bess. Emerson and mrs.,been Shuftan tinted. All that can be president of proctors a be miss miss us Coe of West Burke u Iva coins of Newport n. H., were Learned Tor a rum in that Driver Emma Gates of Ludlow mrs mar cords about three working in the Peerless factory. Recent guests of mrs. Charles Morse of the Cadillac lost control of theget Kelley of Derby. A foot Wood at r. R. Sid Charles Dillingham of Boston was attended the fair earn it a Thering was honoured by the Rorth of n l 0. Cars. Export. S8-50 Guy Cour Tif a recent business visitor in town. Mite., a Df of has been visiting at A White s. Beverly ass. 1 1,187 1,136 1,686 613 331 490 287 the Orleans county fair held at Irton tuesday wednesday and thursday of last week was a Success in every particular. Though it rained tuesday and undoubtedly kept Soma exhibits of live Stock and of other things away most departments were Trou filled the exhibit of live Stock was Good showing much blooded Stock from the representative herds of the county and in the different Breeds. The racing was better than for several years several classes having Many starters. The track was is splendid condition in spite of the rain and fast time was made. Threatening weather on wednesday morning did not keep the crowd away for More than 7000 tickets were sold at the Gates which meant at least 8000 people on the grounds. Thursdays crowd was smaller but was Large for the last Day the total attendance passing that of last year. This Means a Success financially for the association. The Ball games were both Good but the one of thursday Between Newport and Barton was unusually close going ten innings and then Newport winning by Only one score. Floral Hall was the usual interesting place for All. The department of fancy work was fully up to former years and the main Hall was filled with Many interesting exhibits of a commercial nature. Automobile dealers had Fine exhibits of Standard makes of cars which Drew Many spec tutors. The air plane exhibit was something of a disappointment As the machine did not come near enough the crowds Tor close inspection of the Maneu vers he made and did not land on the grounds. It is claimed that he did not care to take the risk of making a Landing with the crowd and his Landing Field was out of sight and hearing of the fair grounds. The detail of the races Ball games and Premium awards Are Given below which Tell the Story better than words can. Incorporated places 1920 1910 Abany Village 152 Barton Vul age 1,187 1,330 Derby Center Village 292 316 Derby line Village 640 390 Glover Village 209 Newport Center Village 274 Newport City 4,976 North Troy Village 1,072 771 Orleans Village 1,358 1,131 West Glover Village 99 congregational Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. 1030 preaching service. Subject of Sermon �?Osympathy�?� 1145 sunday school 600 Christian Endeavor. Fair 1 i 2 2 5 or 4 4 racing summary wednesday 2 35 class Pace or Trot purse $300 Jim Mack blk. G Mullen 2 3 2 z. C. By Mcshane Hal Wilkes is Slayton Hallie a by Kittredge e. A. By Lee time 221%, 222, 221%. 221 class Pace or Trot purse $300 Guy petres by 4 2 5 major Deen chs 5 4 2 Alcander Isle cd g 3 5 6 Coral Hurst blk a 2 3 3 silent brigadier by 111 Tommy Hayes by 6 6 4 time 219%, 219%, 219%. 215 class Pace or Trot purse $400. Mrs w l. Graves who has been a Merrick Winslow is a brother of sister. Bad by of ending her vacation with or. And Winslow of Milton con Shire. Que., a member or a Rebekah ending Yaca imn Jar Norket at 114 Cherry Lod under the Canadian Juristic _ the. Street. Besides his brother he 18 sur Rebekah Assembly of Eekt-f� me. A it . Corp the of we ,.m By Ige of from Springfield. Mass_, and. Cookshire. And a most such Cesnul Dis a is. Super and Apple or visiting her Niece mrs. Della will a mrs. Glen Dodge of Orlean House a in town satterday to attend tote Funer i in Birton. of Verol a Merrick Winslow. A Winslow was born 23 years he overs of Derby Lodge. 7 on property. Alan it so Woods a be n. A for several or 1 a a a litre a Ole Fly Tion of Rebekah from Bynon. Westmore Road. Good cd so re a al not Rand or. And mrs. James p i Newport Atte Naea 16tf i miss Bernice Atwell has in As Durkin of Boston a re ests at the thursday after a five Days illness of i report a Fine time. In the Lang store for Sev Buckley Home last week Pufford was i or. And mrs. A. We i a Large delegation of Rebekah from a Newport attended the meeting and sisting in the eral Day. A a. Brights disease. Mrs. Clifford was j Moll of Jujj Wheelock 20 l Beagle and h. J. Mcc Rey her a so a mrs. T2th? al Ero Eti Iron the Quill Ira Quot a apr by Inland were Useo me ii re been or. Cd or. Hnr. It Uteri. Of Irto mers h20 Frank Dana of Gardner. Mass. At a or. And mrs. Henry a a a a a a a Orold a and. A a a Quot so says wedding March a Jav been no a tended the fair last week and visit Che River. P q�?z Hythe a was played on the Victrola the Bride de friends in town. At the Home of her sister mrs. D. Jbrown and merge proceeded from the cot mrs Grace Hinton of Charleston Huntington for several Days. I to other. Mrs. Tage under an Arch of Evergreen and a b is Igram. Newport it. Feet of lumber _�3iqi 100 4-lighted a nth and is in Good con. Tit of Hardwood floor mrs Grace Hinton of Charleston Hunting Ron Lor mrs. Tage under an Arch of Evergreen Ana ted a �n Bon. The And in. Love a. Hotel Intel mov t in Uneit cemetery. Drew acted As ring bearer. The Bride a a a the w. C. T. U. Met with mrs. White silk covered with a tulle Heath r water Charles Cutler tuesday afternoon a carried a Shower bouquet of Leland 1 j nine members and four visitors Bei brides roses. The dress of White Hoernle. C. Ana a re. To a a a Titi of opened with i. Eiliv Zojac Cote a from China to Vitta. N Bunches of David Massey at miss Harriet aus grandparents Ray casings. This tins Home recently. Akra from the pills spending grandpa Smith p or. And mrs. Jennie Labolt mrs. Sarah Maloney and 700 evening pro Short Sermon. All a reaching service Welcome. Thursday at 73 be a conference ii Church do not Fau to 1 Nora Hill by. Honesty by Southern lady by R30 p. M. There will Ray Hall is in the vestry of the Friday a by Fau to be present. Or. A a a a time 218, 218, 220%. Thursday 225 class Pace or Trot purse $306. The fair games. Barton won the first game of the fair from Lyndonville 7 to 0. The game was interesting chiefly for a Marguerite Hall by exhibition of pitching Given by i. Corbato direct by. The Norwich in varsity Star Pic hmm of Forbes by for Barton held the Lyndon due slug Gete to no hits and no in. For the Enjo a a a a but a tire game. A second fair game went 10 innings and was won by Newport 8 a a Tommy dog abet Moab a so Little Prince Brg z. C. B., by 7 2 1 5 4 2 6 1 3 3 or time 217%, 218, 217%,-22l free for All purse $400. Lock boy cd g. The score Barton Connor s t. Lee 3 b. Lee 2 Walden 1 Snyder of Dubois of for furs hides and i �v1l Daniel z 9tf woman. Cajoto Currier spent tee Vvan my a Tel a Timber. And fsr visit Tebei a. To. In�? wanted live poultry. Jenck Bury the guests of or. And mrs. The meeting opened the brocaded silk was sent from China to j Vitty p Attar s. Revoir. I scripture Reading by toe president Bride from Lola i. Sargent who totals Fern Sanborn who has been a a rag offer by mrs. Fair Bania missionary that county. Lyndonville played in toe c. A. Barrows amp son interesting program of a. About 60 r �?T--=-----1 35tf a Tore for Soine tune has Kone to i a it per a boil disk to Monas a nested the it Ell mass., where he Wal enter a Buskin our schools to Tey mrs. By gifts we i wanted sex Rien ced to her r Barrows for Lake View school West Moi p E. Lyon Orleans. Notice Willsugar monday sep i Eive private Ler a j by new meth h. J. Veins Orleans. 36-3jp and real is. P a and Mutual Eom-11 kinds Otu Hakim w ish to Call i Ron. tf a is now a missionary that county. Lyndon ill about 60 relatives and friends wit Pierce 3 a ceremony and Many value Sherrer 2 _ Ruicens in a Kay Jere left or. And mrs. Miles Rublee 1 bowl is was ted at of Cen laundry Ness school John Mclellan a talk by a. Bar Money Ilver Cut Glass Austin 1 Darnel a a done by Macly onery. Archie Walden of 2� pieces of hand work of Valley oust orleans_20tl_ Wmk cd Days Kinery. Archie Walden of Plain vice. Mass no cooperation Lor learn my bin and pieces of hand worx. Jmj Hazard 20tf was a guest at c. A. Barrows several Job and morality parents and be usual Shower of confetti dam Cusson or Day. Or Jyh Espir. Tep to Hete to. Wanted second hand bicycle ton mass., Ara a Ira rid it was Quot rid by mrs. Irden Wato Hiitt the front Dir and the Many wanted hand a toners rash he Barton Bunch Ite bar thursday Rolls parcel Post ton h. C. Gay is i a plans for Temperance Day in toe pop a and wafers were served by the j cashing c schools prize essay note Young friends of toe Bode. A novel Mahan p n world temper Anra Suny�?� by mrs Jet away was made by the Joung to i mrand mrs. For be is their friends were diligently Lipp Orleans. A former Par incr a a a. We in a St. Johnsbury business. I it was Aovai i v t u aus inc Vvs a axe 1 membership drive which lasts about Beir exit by a rear Dot i. A week each member when discovered by their fiends new member. Let us All get Busy rowed safely across the c. A Wootz a one 7 a Kir to a 1 o Chocs Xxvxv sawdust at the wanted to hire or or and mrs. Charles Hale or. 1 member. Let us All Gousy fax by Rien ced Man. Ina Escott Moora and or. And 1 increase our Mem a top. I. Box 267, Barton. Mra. Alec Mclean of. Lyndon due. A a meeting closed with the Benediction were recent i ets of or and mrs. Door and were a a a at where they took a waiting 0 17 1 5 0 0little Batice by time 213, 212. 212%. 0 0 Corases 52, 53, 54 and. 55-�?includii Dairy products Maple Saga fruit vegetables household ornamental and culinary All Floral Hall awards. Abbreviated As follows by Bato Towel Bat Battenburg cd Cors 4 27 14 21 cover Coll collection Cro Crochet Jar draw work Ems embroidery it. N guest Towel a handkerchief Mac 1 macrame or night Robe is Piligar i slips Sci Scarf up sofa Pillow 0 tatting Var 0 12 0 0 Morse 29 0 0 24 4 3 123456789 30100102 7 000000000 0 stolen bases Connor 2 sacrifice hits Connor Leland Hoernle struck Quot a a Mahan 9 bases on balls. Totals innings Barton Lyndonville wanted fresh eggs and Purie and attended the fair. In a boat were they a we a a xxx a a a a amp a 9 bases on balls two Psi Vetog Quot Quot a Quot we Mahan 6. Vity 1 passed balls. Cush gl0\ to to Tough a Stern Vermont. New my 1. Hoernle 1. Remember the Armstrong auction and Connecticut. A Barton you have a Host of or. S friends who wish them a Long and y. Lee. 3 1 leave Happy journey through toe years to a 2, a Lle Toby. Barton. To rent Cial Itrot�?� see Buls. Or. Foote Day of this week. Leave Happy journey the decorations were Plann by George e. Jewett of Warrensville o., a Flost and 1 a Rita Kureon painless. Xhu funeral of mrs. Caswell was Nany years was a no i wanted a f i non of inn j Uin in offt Quot a a iter effects to her late residence last tues decorator in Cleveland. Ohm. I att Fly amp a a Quot Quot a a a a us. Co�6nv_ c Church a or ten a a a phones_____hotel it>nwedse8sy. Tomb a the neigh i pastor. Rev. John Kimball n x Imen women 22nd, for toe Day Only. And friends Asp Day a morning worship. 11 a. M. L w i Tvete Quot a a so of a Sis a s Olse cd tote a site idly Teholt 12 A Tets be so Day steam heated. For free Paru Cullars attention theral be Warren Caswell. Silver�?� 15,. Form ii vice exam r. I a Vanir Barton about oel Caswell. I Lou Sargent Wells a a a a jul meet with mrs. Stela Wilson j tuesday. September 21. Dental o Miles Dexter Walden 1 Dubois of Heath r p Leland 1 Snyder c Barrows r Emerson p totals Newport Monty 3 Rublee 1 Mossa c Kennison 2 Lahar of Morrill s Mayo r a r h to a e 4 1 0 7 4 2 4 1 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 3 3 0 5 0 2 1 0 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 2 0 5 0 0 11 0 0 4 1 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 40 7 11 30 14 6 4 0 0 0 2 0 6 2 3 14 0 1 2 2 0 4 3 0 5 1 �?�3 2 2 1 6 1 1 0 0 0 5 1 3 0 2 0 6 1 1 3 4 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0a a 41 8 11 30 13 2 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 in Ter Encin mite rv-vi.,.1. One interested Call Ana 15th, come Bond required. A a ii Ector Etc. A a if. Black i or woman to Jet a Tene k a a flank. Owner i salary $10 us. L co in h her Hom for burial i Bride has always of a a stings treasurer. Mrs. Glen had been unusually Well for i eral a Anderson executive committee Ezra la Quot Prav tousle amp a a he Quot Claris mrs. Kate Leonard. Mrs. Zora sir sed too ?�5s� a it of �?��>�i�/.,i. 5�?�i. A so Boidephillips. The ladies who Are charge of the different departments toe autumn festival to be held 0<ber 7 and 8, met last Friday night at the Church vestry and made a partial 1000030004 1000300003 7 ses Connor 2. Lra 1, Dubois 1, Snyder 2, Emerson l Mon to 1 Rublee 1 sacrifice hits Mossa. Hit by Pitcher Mossa a truck out. Wells 3, Emerson 1, Heath 1 bases on balls Wells 3. Emerson 1, Heath two l4�e hits. T. Lee. Walden. Kennison 2 three base hits Wells a Otole plays. Connor Connor Leland and a. Lee Welu and Rublee. Lying Var taxi Coji pc it mrs. J. C. Ladeau. Barton yokes 50, mrs w. A. Skinner Brownington handmade nor Blanket 50, handmade Stencil Wool Blanket 50, Cro Bedspread 50, Cro boudoir Cap 35. Miss Jennie Bung Orleans Era mat 75, 2 handmade Ems infants dresses 100, 5 it 60, Lavender and White t 10, by 15, 2 Fremb is 135 table runner 25, 2 is 40, is 20, 2 Era up 60, Cro Collar 25, Cro table mat 50, up 75, 2 Cro yokes 50, 2 Scis 50. Miss Retta Lane Barton table runner 30, 4 Cro yokes 115. Miss Alma card. Orleans�?3 Era yokes 120, tat Collar 25. Yolande Blair Barton or Rug 5 drop 35, or St up 25, Ems is 40, Ems up 35, Ems tie rack 25, a Glove Box 20, Burnt Wood a Box mrs. Judah Blair. Barton my 50, or Rug 50, Ems tie rack 10, eito table runner 35. Ida Laclaire Ems pc 20, Ems up 25, Ems Dresser Scarf 65, Ems is 30, Era a Lia Ira Ems up 50, Ems it Cro chair tidy 25, Cro or 35 Cro dec 31, Cro Dresser Sci 40, silk Patchwork p mrs Charles p. Robinson a Sheet 75. Ems is 50, Toble cover or Sci 50. Pc 15 stand cover 15. Up 25, Cro infants dress 25, 4 Cro k continued on Page six. Barrows thanks voters to Barton voters your generous support in a Keg me the Republican nominee for to representative is deeply appreciate and you have my Assurance of my very Best Effort to fairly and represent it you i next Legislatures uld your continued support elect my to that position h. November. Yours truly c. A. Barr Ovra. A Milt

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