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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Barton, VermontA a Iii sing Barton Vermont wednesday september 15, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Lbs Rob Salb a fers. G. Academy notes. Barton Academy began its third week of the present year with a larger enrolment in the Junior senior High school than at any time last year. Among the new arrivals on monday morning were John Natole and Dorothy Gates formerly of Utica n. A. Lynford Bowen of Barton primary election results later information than was contain d in on special edition. Issue is not Stiving much space returns. 8in< All county subscribers received the special elec a a a a i. Edition issued wednesday morn who has been unable to attend until Amon of our subscribers this time because of a a a a a Merrick Winslow. The people of this Community were shocked thursday evening to hear that Merrick Winslow had been killed in an automobile Accident in Burlington that Forenoon. Merrick was born Here grew to Young manhood in Barton and left Here Only a few Vears ago. F an a in so to body was brought to Barton 32tf j Maretta Potter of Irasburg. Dorothy of ular Issue but some mavs head fun Era and Florence Cook of receive it until the same time As Surch a a congregational yearling Glover. There Are Only three empty Tai copy is received. It do not x>attv�a3� afternoon at 3 Irasburg desks in the Junior High room and seem necessary therefore to cover it no Arner of peach 36tf the senior High room 5 retires Only As Thestira a do a a so a Aroe Flor a Bute of Green in extra desk accommodate a options or additional information. Int Eisent was gen a tribute. Isis. Send till nl11 or a a Fri by a cemelct5�?T. Welcome ass a a tas so re a i Reberah 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 morning Star Lodge no. 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 Orleans county fair unqualified Success pre Mimun awards Given in full with other news of event the Orleans county fair held at slight grains except Windsor county Barton tuesday wednesday and a a a a a a a a a a _ a 2, of Newport Clyde River Lodge to a . ,,�5� to ssh m v. Irr quiz it the Lodge no. 17, of Barton wide a Merrick Winslow of Springfield awake Lodge no. 68, of Derby. At too. I. Room of the overflow a a crease his total vote of Oliy the ? of an automobile Accident when nearly 150 members and Gran Village Orleans Village have in a a a few a is a a ass sirs Psi �?�--1. Fois Biru l512-2 t a Rio. A h. At-1�nth� Oto a a a w. B Dud tid 6s0p. Alta dining with to la be a year As was origin a ally planned. Re any. Student studying piano this about 12.000�� 13,��� and Babbitt Momine about Yew an who attains satisfactory re there a Are no material changes or Wuy of Frera a suit will be Given credit toward addition ci1�?o�?oces. Or which the men were going from is graduation according to the Quality Dales a final vote its about 1400 Jubett in to fair pounds said of the work done. Most of the piano 000 a la be in owned and dry ven by lessons have been arranged to be a 6 00 Gordji 11baghdasar Coo show or Agooshian. Str Civen during school hours when then armenian who lives in Winooski a a a 1�? a it the Roadway just after crossing 1 Ryan a re a which has an increase of 9.8 per cent. Chittenden and Orleans counties were the last to be reported. Orleans which has an increase of 9.8 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 tro thous banquet prepared by the Mem 9.30 of clock. The Bers of wide awake Lodge consisting Cadillac car in of salads of Many varieties Rolls doughnuts Coffee assorted cakes and Register Stadell 18 not otherwise engaged with. It of studies. \ Iolin lessons will be Given. R. Boron is in st. Johnsbury a Pep Quot a grossing went to the near future if there is sufficient this week acting As official time keen a. E Illch on the right Side of the Rush re 37-38 demand to warrant the engaging of or to the fair races a teacher. Miss Marjorie King was the guest miss m idled Dutton. A. A of miss Vera Leland in Evansville graduate of the University of ver saturday and sunday. It a sure Mont and who for three years has mrs. Julia Young of Craftsbury a am seen engaged m Extension work in is visiting at the Home of Misse s Vermont has begun her duties As Mildred and Glen Lang. M is. J. Stannard and mrs. C. 2fw re. R. D. 1 i. I teacher in Home economics. By orcs one i _ _ . Is. Guaran i Arran cements Are being made to r. Prescott Are now on the working e. Stekol to Ecjpe services of mrs. Gertrude Force at the Hutchins store. 37tf Hin Mann to take charge of a course Road Tore a mail Box from a Post then crossed the Road to the left Sid and ran into the Bank and turned completely Over Landing right Side up and facing Back the Way it had come. _ a besides the Man who was killed Host in the car were William Dalton of Bridgeport conn., whose upper Teeth were forced through his lower 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 _. Creased in population the Village of _ i 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 Orleans county 23,913 23,337 Albany town including Albany Village 840 920 Barton town include. Ing Barton Village and Orleans villages 3,506 3,346 Brownington town 741 760 Charleston town 921 993 Coventry town 668 616 1,042 1,119 j lip Ana the ligaments of the right or. And mrs. Nelson Aiken of be strained while the Arm May nil w Vij in Home nurse a and personal by Lakeport n. In recently visited her and he a a a a bruises is had sever i .,., pvt to ,<r.l1 on his body larks Simonieg of we sister mrs. Nettie Mcdougal. ,. A a v. It. ,.a a. Rooski whose wests were Baraiy Cut or. And mrs. Fred a of Boston reception were mrs. Emelia Cofran i Dert town including my Mettaa Tara Vic pm Olio inf a i i it a Derby Center and committee were mrs. Emelia Cofran mrs. Clara 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. It Ltd at 8 00 of clock the meeting was work. Her Sattre and expenses will a add f a a r re<vv\ujtlej�1. 1k 5ton and head lacerated and Baghdasar a Dej we to wid. Awake Jav town a be paid largely by the red c of a cd 10wn Agoos Dow and Mike Agoos Dow. Broth fff0 0pening eur Lowell town a a a _ a i cases. The grand officers were Intro i ill str a tired Jersey a Arsa. Name Molly a set. Kurdian of Brown-2i v of is Root farm. F. Pm Laval Giene. Mrs. Hinman has re hand Al years experience in this line of , bar set i Chader be Rcd ses on for d Mak a the trip by automobile. Ers living in Winooski. Baghdasar a one grand omers were Intro noon were in charge of the -. For or Wallace Foss has finished is badly Hurt though not Aero Only. I r �0� work in the Jackman store and mrs. He has a laceration on the forehead i gave an Derby line villages 201 3,639 Glover town including Glover and West Glover villages Greensboro town Law be divas coach also a. In w. Class. The program consisted of the a or a a a a is a ice Ramon on me lore eat a add of Welcome which we a Autv Readic of the a Tore of the one a a George Centebar takes her place. An Eye gouge out by pieces of the j v 2r w5, ad1y a Lucia de a Ammerm or and playing or. And mrs. Roy Brown of bos broken Windshield and other minor Newport 6 Cal on the Victru several selections on visited at the Home of their aunt injuries Mike escaped with nothing be Monument und _ Al from the opera at the proper the in mrs. Lucreti. Alexander last week. A it it a a he Back of fetus Home parlor the Story. The Story of the opera miss Harriet Hayes of Bangor a Winslow who died a half hour of lot at Ludlow. K week Are in a t1 t a p p a Ter the entire party had been removed the exemplification of the Rebek 1 Home of or. And mrs. F. R. Hastings. A Annj alien Hospital had most Abd pee was conducted in a most mrs. Wilmer Daniels who recent of the ribs on the right Side crushed creditable manner upon two Candi this 5ule Sutt Orleans. Chapel exercises twp charge of the Junior class. Morgan town Newport City Newport town including Newport a Center Vil Troy town a Cludine North Troy Village Westfield town Westmore town �?�ill�?3 t to Elan a a movement has Beer of caned by sprained her ankle is visiting her and injuries to the internal organs Ltee by the degree tens from wide a l i act y four a 1 in a a other Mes. U. W. Brown in West which caused Haemorrhages leading awake Lodge. Clyde River Lodge e t v it Ai of he so. And a More to his death. His body was removed a i Island Pond exemplified the ballot. I to amp a 01 a a a find a Rry on properly the to the undertaking rooms of a. Taking in a member by Transfer card i mint text. Lita la tip of a no ii. No corned out owing to the c us 0e , boil a rammed s. Some be. A a a a a a. were oper it s Unhjem a a st to r a known As the Barton local notes mass Stag a stand m the mid Way m the splendid report of the last District r Isa. A Mriz Eow the e Chittenden county fair at Essex Cen meeting was give by mrs. Lizzie ? incorporated places Albany Village Barton Village Derby Center Village Derby line Village Glover Village As. Equipped with electric Iose and Spring water Roca c. E. Kimball 20tf 4 l. Fid 10-year-old its. Sound Good ses. Wiil sell be. Wui Hughby. Miss Nettie Telfer recently visited friends in Bradford. _ the weather has been Cool and welder 51ster, for the past few Days. L. French has gone to Bridgeport c-onn., to visit his family. A. C. Merrill of Morrisville spent a of friends ,t7tf past week at h. W. Bliss. _ _ b Newport City. _ _. ,. _ Chittenden county fair at Essex Cen meeting was give by mrs. Lizzie North Troy Village mrs. A. L. Copeland and son. Ter. And had gotten into the Automo Maxwell. P. D. D. P. Of Island Pond Orleans Village Nard. Of Concord n. A. Have been Ile at Essex Junction to return to after which followed the reports from West Glover Village 826 932 905 931 714 722 999 983 368 513 1,005 1,086 368 463 4,976 2,548 1,187 1,136 1,869 1,686 490 613 287 331 1920 1910 152 1,187 1,330 292 316 640 390 209 to 274 4,976 1,072 771 1,358 1,131 99 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 Well 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 a splendid condition in spite of tha 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 Eames 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 for 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 crowds 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. Mrs. John a. T�6 far grounds it is said. Just the several lodges in the District. 1 Smith. David a. Gilmour of. A a mass. Was in town the past week st have been circulated to the effect that p resident. Tending the fair and visiting relatives another car was concerned in the affair but none of these reports have mrs. Gertrude Jewell Assembly mrs. Helen Emerson and mrs. Been substantiated. All that can be president of Proctorsville miss what was the cause of the Accident is the unwritten work was exemplified Townsend not known. Several different reports by mrs. Gertrude Jewell Assembly resident the grand officers present were Lils Coe of West Burke is Iva Collins of Newport n. A. Were Learned for certain is that the dryer Emma Gates of Ludlow mrs. Mar recent guests of mrs. Charles Morse of the Cadillac lost control of the Garet Kelley of Derby. Car. R a b cars. Guy Cour Jerpe. _. The gathering was honoured by the a Merrick Winslow is a brother of presence of sister. Bailey of Cook congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. 10.30 preaching service. Subject of Sermon 11.45 sunday school. 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 evening preaching service. Short Sermon. Will the 1 3 5 4 1 1 2 2 5 or 4 4 a k rail amp oat a ire working in the Peerless factory. Recent guests of mrs. 23 11 r Charles Dillingham of Boston was and attended the fair. A it it sir. A recent by iness visitor in town. Jesss John r. Winslow of Milton who con a Iro qu�.? member Quot or a Quot Rebekah a. Tif miss May b. My of Beverly. Mass., o a write has returned to her ducts a a heat Mark to 7 Lodge under the Canadian Juristic thursday at 7.30 p. M. There i he a been visiting at A. Whte s. Reverly a amp a a Street. Besides his brother he is 5t a Tion. All of the Rebekah Assembly be a conference in the vestry of the w j. A Rorke a j i. A rat i by a a do officers were called upon and res Church. Do not fail to be present. ,. Mrs. Lottie Or m or. And mrs. M. Taplin and or. Expected in the City last night As we j act a ister Bailey of _ Quot Cut tel a Vuithi her i i to a Spring Rudd us �5 a a. Eskohi . Most spec Cesnul Dis. Fajr gym a Good House my. M town saturday to attend the inner Mother. Whose Home is m Barton. was closed at a late de Gas or Esther Titus has been Home Al of Merrick Winslow where Winslow was Bora 23 years h b the officers of Derby Lodge. Barton won the first game of the 9ktj n w a \isol80 from woo Listille a he a for Verai i or. And mrs. Harley 1--�?� 7 a a or _ pm. N n no Yuad sad pasture. J. M 16tf six of rent farm Slack fair racing summary wednesday 2 35 class Pace or Trot purse $300 Jim Mack blk. G Mullen 2 3 3 z. C. By Mcshane Hal Wilkes is Slayton Hailies by Kittredge e. A. S. By Lee time 2u21v�, 2.22, 2.21. 2.21 class Pace or Trot purse $309 Guy petres by 4 2 5 major Deen chs 5 Alcander Isle cd g 3 Coral Hurst blk a 2 silent brigadier by 1 Tommy Hayes by 6 time 2.19, 2.19, 2.19. 2.15 class Pace or Trot purse $400. Nora Hill by honesty by Southern lady Brm Ray Hall is Friday a by time 2.18, 2.18, 2.20. Thursday 2.25 class Pace or Trot purse $306l 4 6 7 1 3 5 2 4 4 5 3 1 6 1 3 5 2 4 report a Fine time. A owing to Fol health i offer for Sale. If out 200 customers Day. I Northfield and or. And mrs. A a a a miss Bernice Atwell has been As Durkin of Boston were guests at the �?�pjiur9 Jay afer a five Days illness of sisting m the Lang store for Sev Buckley Home ast week. A Brights disease. Mrs. Clifford was a ral Days. T or. And or. A. A Tbs tastefully decorated with evergreens u j. J. Neagle and h. J. Mccaffrey Pike n. H., visited her mount ,. Ner Mamen a my wus a a Flowers it evergreens with Mij Lyndonville visited st Peter Cotas Marion Nelson last week. Mrs. Mor Edwards. She �?oarr3d j while a Weet peas and White asters a a set ners also Rill remained until monday. Clifford in August. 1916. Besides . A second fair Cliff. A a. A a rv__a_r____.11 in Ivy or Ultra in int 11 111 Quot Inora it no War w Uwi w to a t in Little Prince Brg a Large delegation of Rebekah from fair from Lyndonville 7 to 0. The z. C. B., by Newport attended the meeting and game was interesting chiefly 1or the Marguerite Hall by exhibition of pitching Given by Vitty. The Norwich University Star pitching for Barton held the Lyndonville slug-1 Gers to no hits and no runs for the in 1 6 3 7 5 2 2 7 4 5 3 1 2 1 5 4 2 6 1 3 3 or game went 10 of Gardner. A 5=7� a a s2.�?�l� 8 cows Mwika p o have been thesis Che Leves two Sisters. Mrs. Droid in Victrola the Bride to 7 it by we and v1s�t b4�?oa?d so and Groom proceeded from the cot-1 the score by Fca to. Newport it. -1 mrs. Grace Hinton of Charleston Huntington for several Days. Three Brothers he. To it re a under a Rah of Evergreen an it it a. Spent the past week with her Mother Robert smith10cm feet of lumber. Mrs. Hollis Allard a Home in Somerville Job inc it 100 4- in Ted a son was born to or. And mrs. Spending Severa abet Polea a 4-lighted a. A. 14x2? 100 a taches of David Massey at miss Harriet a us grandparent wot and rasing. This tins Home recently. It Smith. \ or. And mrs. Jennie Labounty. Mrs. Sarah Maloney and mrs a. M from the pills and is in Good con of Hardwood floor t Var amp to st 350 per Barton. S4tz Quot Cellaneous service being Musca. A Aitie amp Nucy Drew acted As ring bearer. The Bride Dubois of the w. C. T. U. Met with mrs. Wore White silk covered with a tulle Heath r wanted mrs. Amp aran a chares Cutler tuesday afternoon vein and carried a Shower bouquet of Leland 1 Currier spent the week end m j Ater to embers and four visitors being brides roses. The dress of White Hoernle c w a live poultry. Elrick Bury the guests of or. And mrs. Int the meeting opened with brocaded silk was sent from China to Vitty p a ii i8tf n. Revoir. Lauri ire Reading by the president the Bride from Lola i. Sargent who. Totals i _. Are. Fairbanks now a missionary in that country. Lyndonville Carton. Teacher Fern Sanborn who has been pm was offered by 3. A a a wanted a experience team intr c a Barrows son / interesting program Fol about 60 relatives and friends wit pm erect 3 r Lake View school in Westmore. For 80me time has gone to Low Bui Dir a a cemetery a sri store Lor some Niue r. Lowed Raper. A building tomorrows nes8�<i the ceremony and Many value Sherrer 2 Ell mass. Where he will enter a Busi citizens in our schools today mrs. Be gifts were left or. And mrs. Ones Rublee 1a. R w it a a lar kit via rar t 1. J Hinr Mit it a Lack. 1 wanted at once laundry Ness school. A for E. Lyon Orleans. Y for furs hides and Vir sell. Daniel a a. _ a of woman work a Don. By a Cluney a re Valley ouse. Orleans. John Mclellan a talk by mrs bar Jad Adiar Money Silver Cut Glass Austin 1 Archie Walden of Plainville mass. On on cooperation for teaching China and pieces of hand Hazard of a i Vla a m a to 1 a _ Orleans. Private 1m arces by new meth 20tf guest at c. A. Barrows several Jruth and morality parents and the Shower of confetti Dain Jii of to fair. He also played teachers As partners a Reading. To refreshments of cake ice Cream a ca5h Ball with the Barton Bunch wednes pans for Jem Beranice Day m the punch d wafer were Speed by tiie Cus son r Hall s -1-ih.ns in c -. Cushing c schools. Prize essay contests an Young friends of the Bride. A no e. Mahan p notice will buy. C monday sep wanted hand spinners Ball with Law. A a a x i and in t Cutter a a a. A Coupie As men were diligently total mass. Are guest of or Ana and by mrs. Reirden watching the front door and the Many a a. P. 1-nd.nrood. of Dormer the ��10?, they utly a ass ton a y-"5�?~-eed. J. Vezina. Good condition. Coaster <2-3. Orleans. 36-3?p Kipp Orleans. Rolls a parcel Post. C Gay. Bar Day an it i thur a. _ _ _ by mrs was made by the Young a As their friends a a. It or the front Doo 37-38 a a former partner of or Underwood which lasts about add Thev exit by a rear door and Ujj Silville a a a a a m. Vvs a a a a r v t Flat tit it v i _ _ a l m a k a v f Nonic wet p wanted second hand bicycle in ton. A t coaster Brake. A a mrs. A a a of. R. A in a Sti Johnsbury business 2 4 3 3 1 3 4 2 3 4 29 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 1 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 27 14 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 Cocha to direct by doctor Forbes by Jim Mack blk a John Moore by time 2.17, 2.18, 2.17, 2l free for All purse $400. Lock boy chg 2 3 2 Tommy dog 111 Maylie by 4 2 4 Little Batice by 3 4 3 time 2.13, 2.12. 2.12. 0 17 1 5 0 0 1 0 0, _. 0 classes 52, 53, 54 and 55�?including 0 Dairy products Maple sugar 0 fruit vegetables. Household or 0 Pamental and culinary a Floral 1 Hall awards. 0 abbreviated As follows by Bath 0 Towel Bat Battenburg cd Corset 2 cover Coll collection Ero Crochet or draw work Ems embroidery it n n 1 1 0 guest Towel a def handkerchief Mac. U u v macrame or night Robe is Pillow slips Sci Scarf up sofa Pillow Tat. A tatting Var variety up Center piece mrs. J. C. Ladeau barton�?2 Cro 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 4 0 0 12 0 0 1 0 2 7 0 week each member try to get a when di6covered by their friends were a a. And real is inh. L Aad Mutual com Quot a 221 a we 11 kinds of. Vil a. May one having Vil 5 they wish to be Call it. Barton. 39tf a a sawdust at the up. ,9ross a Niu Barton la to lasts. W. E. A a a 26 of wanted to hire or rent Small d mrs Charles Hale or new member. Let us Alli get Busy being rowed safely across the Jake experienced Man. Myron p Ott Moore and or. And d increase our membership. The j boat where they took a waiting pm by experience 35tf mef1lean of Lyndon due. Dosed with the Benediction. Automobile and were burned my Quot Quot were rent a a tests of or. And mrs. Me if tact they Are taking a two weeks Auto Morse. Box 267 Barton. Wanted fresh eggs j. P. Urie and attended the fair. Try a Days at or leans a Prev a big Novelty it dance be it property saturday at a the a Young people have a Host of a a Kelley Orleans. Lynere wednesday even sate of Persona v k wish them a Long and Tion. E. S. Wanted pm for ��.1 Ork my and. A Quot Sver it he a on wednesday 0.cloc gloves trip through Southern Vermont new remember the Armstrong auction York and Connecticut apr Soakai property saturday at the Young people a friends who wish them a Long 29 0 0 24 4 123456789 30100102 000000000 stolen bases Connor 2 sacrifice hits Connor Leland Hoernle struck out Vity 4, Mahan 9 bases on balls Mahan 6, Vity 1 passed balls Cushing 1, Hoernle 1. A r i.11 to rent in a Barton. 34tl a to a 5 Frerk to rent Cor 7 m streets . A. To min leave Happy journey through the years to Belle Kibby Barton. Day of this week. Barton Connor s t. Lee 3 b. Lee. 2 Walden 1 ii. Dubois of George e. Jewett of Warrensville o., Heath r p 36tf feature will be see a a a a a _ _ or Vic. A a Calfskin 1 or. Foota. hee.tfsrruta0,. ,0r�?�t l us not a 1 junk a a 1 a a. Of Tegt i or grrr in ducted by j Glt web Community Church Barton. Jugs nerd a a so ill phones. Hold Barton wednesday september we Wiah to thank All the neigh pastor. Rev. John Kimball a. My am Anlo. In and friends who so kindly As morning worship 11 a. M. 37-38p Over 17, for to a a ten clerks men women 22nd, for the Day Only oors Anu a a i Fine Quot and Wao tedi a a. �?zsis�?oo53ss a Fig a is demand the think the Sagere a at this time j the Many Beautiful pm c month. Examinations. September Finis Des the and those to gave the topic of the Sermon next a Kip re a rooms october. Experience unnecessary what Public questions de Beautiful Flowers. Sunday win be a Twenty pieces of Hano. Steam heated. For free particulars wite r. La attention a will be a Tae Warren Caswell. Or millinery. A Croce or former civil service examiner amp during swirl waning Barton about w Pleis Bree jew Pinnies. Mrs. Mary f so a 75_�?~t get and suit dental Ite big rectal or doctors 2? a a Rev s key Pink May be Bop. Barton to found help wanted men for tan doing Lomber amp a a a an Garwin Road was found ?7t�r�?oonvrbonr saturday after Oon off. Is st a taken to ,. S. G . For Bunal. Mrs. R Isa oel Caswell. Miles Dexter Woodrow in cottage Snyder c Barrows r Emerson p totals Newport Monty 3 Rublee 1 Mossa c Kennison 2 Lahar of Morrill s the summer sunday silver.�?�. The Lola Sargent Mission Cin Rte will meet with or. Stella Wilaon tuesday. September 21. Mayo r the annual meeting of the lon 6.45 to 5.18. Vuc �?o7� vhf takes Deis b. Owner one Twe Ted and m Quot a�6p 7 a Eust 15th. Come a a it a Bun calf Black a it Erv a a Frank. Owner a Rejla prov tog property be a an aunt of mrs Chauncey drown of Home of or. And Are. A. P bean of 1 a a a a a a a a a meet tar House society a a i Road was found Glover w8s the Cowie of i very Retty held september 7 ring at the l has been in in to Little to it her Home for a c �1 Scop i. A a a i t6n 1 wanted Man to act a co Bector Quot incl s4-36p Quot a st try $35 weekly. Cash adj stot Etc Sai Man Etc or woman to a fax Orience not 1� us l. Otto a Mil a e to a Over was a o on. May sept Obj a a where she has Boen visit mar. When hair Macc. Alice la uie Dexter. Necessary. Address Raj us i us a a a room 1. k g 86-37 the Village on building Burlington. It. Had been unusually Ell to a vital Days previous to ber death b sometime pre Musiy suffered 8 and it is supposed be died a.3de suit of another stroke one we found in a kneeling posture beside the Couch in her room. Mrs. Iota b. Clifford died at the us a a and the Fol lowing officers were elected president eld win Alexander vice president Mark Johnson Secretary. Frank Hastings treasurer. Mrs. Glen Anderson executive committee Ezra , mrs. Kate Leonard mrs. Zora Phillips. The ladies who Are m charge of j. ,1. W # athe different departments of the in the Vicinity a the son a c 1. Festival to be held october of Barton. He a 17 and a met last Friday night at months overseas taking an a Church vestry and made a partial Sime the Bride of Ralph Abel . The Bride has always resided m Glover graduating from Barton Academy and later from Johnson Normal Lloland has been a successful teacher for the past six year. The Groom who has always resided Ann of v. _ 1. 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 Quot so 30 14 5 4 0 0 0 2 0 5 2 3 14 0 1 2 2 0 4 3 0 5 1 �?�3 2 2 1 5 1 1 0 0 0 5 1 3 0 2 0 5 1 1 3 4 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 _ a a 41 8 11 30 13 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 0 a o yokes 50,. Mrs. W. A. Skinner Browing Tony handmade nor Blanket 50, handmade Stencil Wool Blanket 50. Cro Bedspread 50, Cro boudoir Cap 35. Miss Jennie Young Orleans Cro mat 75, 2 handmade Ems infant dresses 1.00, 5 it 60, Lavender and White t 10, by 15, 2 Fremb is 1.35, 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 sets 50. Miss Retta Lanet Barton table runner 30, 4 Cro yokes 1.15. Miss Alma card orleans�?3 Ero yokes 1.20, Tat Collar 25. Yolande Blair. Barton or Rug 50. Drop 35, or st up 25, Ems is 40, Emp 35. Ems tie rack 25, Burnt Wood Glove Box 20, Burnt Wood a def Box 20 Quot mrs. Judah Blair Barton a my pm 50. Or Rug 50. Ems tie rack 10. Ems table runner 35. Ida Laclaire Ems pc 20. Ems up Ems Dresser Scarf 65, Ems is 30, Era Yoke or 35. A a ,. A Laclaire Ems up 50. Ems it 20, Cro chair tidy 25, Cro or 35, Croce 30. Cro Dresser Sci 40, silk Patchwork p la mrs Charles p. Sheet 75, Ems is 50, table cover 25, or Sci 50. Pc 15. Stand cover 15, Ero up 25, Cro infants dress 25, 4 Cro t continued on Page six. 1 000030004 8 1000300003 7 luf or it i 1st Quot is a so kiotata a a report of their Pun a a v totals innings Newport Barton stolen bases Connor 2, b. Lee 1, Dubois 1. Snyder 2, Emerson 1 Monty 1, Rublee 1 sacrifice hits Mossa. Hit by Pitcher Mossa struck out. Wells 3. Emerson 1, Heath 1 bases on balls. Wells 3 Emerson 1. Heath 1 two base hits t. Lee Walden. Kennison 2 three base Hita Wells double plays Connor Connor Leland and b. Lee Wells and Rublee. J Barrows thanks voters to Barton voters your generous support in making me the Republican nominee for Tow representative is deeply appreciate and you have my Assurance of my a tax proft to fairly and Tanta tally represent you in Vermont hot of m next legislature should your continued sup it elect my to that position m truly c. A. Barrows

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