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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 50 no. 38 vent wednesday september 22. 1920 single copies 5 a Tising county state fair exhibit. F i class Chapel Friday Given by the Junior was very of readings of Watt by members of the Clas the sub ble of the teachers he fast Barton fair Beautiful expressions of the eng lish language impressions of the sew 1 and the athletic association which were followed by Theta. A. Yell. Inns imfba0f ?1 Newport has class. Charles it nth to i i it i 1.1 v i Mei sixth Grade to the first year Junior murder and suicide Lyndonville Mother shoots baby an then herself. Mrs. Merle Pierce of Lyndonville sunday shot and killed her baby and then killed herself. Despondency is Given As the Princi ple cause of the affair the woman was said to be in her usual health Al though it is known that she complained of hearing noises in her head audit is also said that she brooded Over the financial condition of the family or. Pierce having been out of employment for a Long period inthe year due to an operation. Or. Pierce a fireman on the Boston & Maine returned Home saturday night and found upon retiring about Midnight his wife in bed. did not awake until nearly 8 o clock yesterday morning and found his wife gone. Upon searching he found hex in the room in which --4he baby slept both lying on the bed and dead. A revolver was found on the floor near the bed. The woman had shot the baby through the head and then put a Bullet into herself through the must have been instantaneous in both cases according to or. A. L. Leonard who reached the House about 9 o clock. declared that the shoot ing must have taken place in the Early hours of the morning. No one in the Vicinity heard the shot not even the two sons who slept in the room adjoining the one in which the shoot ing took place the door of which was closed. $3,000 fire loss sunday the alarm of fire sounded shortly after 11 o clock sunday. The scene of the Blaze was in the Nelson building so called near the upper end of main Street owned by George c Lang and occupied by E. Nelson and miss Colburne. C. L. Hutchins had Only recently moved from this building to the Hutchins Block inmost office Square. The fire appears to have origin ated in the Back end of the Block and in the basement occupied by or. Nel son s store. When discovered the Blaze had gained considerable head Way and was bursting through the windows. It spread rapidly and by the time the fire department arrive had gone up through the Block to the top Story occupied by miss Colburne. Four streams of water were soon playing on the building but the Blaze was so scattered and the smoke so dense that it was nearly two hour before the fire was completely conquered. The origin of the fire is no known As no one had been in the Nel son store that morning and the Only fire inthe building was in miss col Burn e s rooms in the upper Story. Itis stated that when the firemen sub Dued the flame and went to the apparent origin of the fire the Money drawer which was near by was out of its place and overturned on the believe Entrance to the store had been made and a lighted match or discarded cigarette stub started a smouldering fire which several hour Slater burst into flame. Or. Nelson carried no insurance on his Stock of goods and the Joss is heavy. Miss Colburne was partially insured As was or. Lang but the loss must reach at least $300fr. 1 i my there is a Large chorus this Yea which meets each week with Ida v Hitcher As pianist. Reports Are being sent out to o the parents of the pupils whose work has become unsatisfactory and also to those who stand extra High in their classes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson will give talk to the boys of the school in the near future. Mrs. Hinman of Newport has be Uither course in personal Hygiene and Home sanitation for the girls of the Junior and senior High Are held in the Domestic science room on mondays and wednesdays. The reference books Are being re arranged so. That when completed the study Hall will contain nearly All of the reference books of the school. Eyes ears and throats of the pupil3 Are being tested this week in accor dance with the Laws of the state of Vermont. The annual Corn roast of Barton Academy held on Wakeman s Hill last tuesday night was Well attended and Greaty enjoyed by several of the teachers and a Large number of pupils. The fire was built under some difficulties by the boys of the fresh Man class. Several songs were Sung by the freshman girls and n few speeches were made by the boys. After the Corn was roasted it was be coming quite late so the Jolly crowd started for Home. Barton mrs. Daisy Baldwin is teaching the school at Willoughby. Mrs. E. M. Nichols who has been very ill is recovering. C. Willard went to Boston tues Day on a business trip. C. L. Erwin was heme from Bel lows Falls Over sunday. Albert Gilmour is employed in the Comstock meat Market. Do not forget the Novelty dance to night at Seaver s Hall. Adv mrs. F. P. Smith was the guest of her son at North Troy this week. I. A. Mcritchie has purchased the Chase Home on Elm Street and is mov ing . Degolyer of Boston was a business visitor in town the first of the week. N county court opened. List of Petit jurors drawn probable Short term. The september term of Orleans county court convened tuesday the regular session commencing sep tember 14, being postponed on account of the primary election coming on that . Frank l. Fish is the presid a judge Hon. Wallace d. Miller and Hon. Frank w. Tenney. Assist ant judges. The jury Calendar contains thirty six cases As follows Joseph Morin s administrator v. George alias George a. Morin and trustee contract George a. Morrill a t v. Sarah Morrill s estate pro Bate Appeal Andrew Hill . J. Bedell it Al tort Georg Bedell v. B. P. Vallencourt tort Andrew Hill v. Ralph h. Bedell it als tort George Young v. A. A Chase Replevin Joseph Cyr v. A. A Perry tort Leroy p. Russell v. Wil Liam e. Brock tort Wilfred Girardi a v. Everett j. Hill Replevin Maryb. Martin v. Dean Bowen and e. A. Bowen tort Fletcher Thompson and Earle Thompson v. N. W. Baldwin tort w d. Allen v. D. D. Moodie. Tort Albert Lumbra v. Harry Locke tort w. D. Allen v. Frank j. Parlin Replevin w. A. Merriman v. J. P Taylor and trustee contract h. A. Ovitt v. A. C. Chase Replevin Lou Hood v. Town of Cam Bridge tort h. M. Lou Hood town of Cambridge tort Locke p. Myott v. W. Austin tort George Wells v. George Lachance tort Mau Rice. E. Gray v. O. Smith tort . Elkins a t v. Clinton j. Gibney tort Thomas Dustie v. Capote of Pouliot contract Alphonse Poulia v. Napoleon Pouliot contract Lister s agricultural chemical works v. Cleon w. Seaver and trustees contract Moses n. Elkins administrator v. Ralph w. Hardy it Al ejectment Hattie Goodale v. Louis Goodale divorce the Monarch evaporator co. V. P. Tracy tort Edmund d. Gardner and Effie v. Valerie and William Girardin contract Wilfred Girardin v. Everett j. Hill Replevin Alberta. Austin v. Arthur Belville con tract George a. Veazie v. A. and trustees contract Massey Harris company Ltd. V. Napoleo Pouliot and trustee contract m. F4 prime v. Town of Barton contract Barton Auto Exchange v. D. D. Moodie tort Georee Wells v. Geora Lachance tort. Petit jurors Albany a. R. Miles d. R. Nel son. Barton a. G. Harris. George Hoyt b. O. Smith. Brownington e. A. Austin Hallel . Coventry c. Boynton Homer Wright. Craftsbury l. L. Allen ale Buchanan. Derby j. E. Martin William Pike o. L. Searles. Glover a. P. Bean Alex l. Collins j. . Holland e. G. Moulton. Iras burst M. Sears p Webster. Jay Gilbert Bara Lowell c. Bovnton. J. 5?. By Hana. Morgan j. A. Calkins. Newport town . Niles. Newport cite j. R. Kirkpatrick Asa c. Sleeper. Troy c. R. Hitchcock Ralpk Hardy v Bestfield a. G. Ainger. Lee r. Miller. Westmore Marshall Lacrosse. The docket contains 99 Law eases. 42 divorce cases 7 state cases 2s chancery cases. Rockwell has something Neir. J. C. Rockwell s sunny South company always a favorite Bere since it. Made its initial appearance several years ago is announced t appear in the opera House Bartok. Friday october 1. This season from curtain to curtain the performance is absolutely new m every detail Xis Bright and pleas ing from Start to finish from in Ein me to end there is no let up a a. The fun and it is the spontaneous kind that will Force the laughs out of Doit whether you go in with the Intel Tom of maintaining a Stern exterior or not. The Coontown Parade takes place at High noon main streets Only. The prices of admission have been placed at 55 and 85 cents including War tax. Secure seats Early and avoid standing. They Are Selling a Pierce s pharmacy. J congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Thursday at 7.00 p. M. Prayer meet ing service. Who wants a weekly meeting this Winter. I sunday september 25 10.30 preaching service. Subject of Sermon motive. 11.45 sunday school. Are you there or ought you to be there 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 evening preaching service. Subject for what were you Cret edit is a problem. What do a s think plenty of Good singing. Sonar men and women especially invited. Methodist episcopal Church note Rev. M. A. Turner pastor preaching service 10.30.i sunday school 11.45. Epworth league 6.00 p. M. A rearing 7.00 p. M. The King s heralds will hold their social and mite Box opening in the Church on saturday afternoon from 2.30 to 4.30 o clock. The woman s Alliance will hold their annual Sale of aprons fancy work canned goods vegetables Etc near the Middle of november. The ladies Are asked to keep this Date mind and prepare for it. Letters from the people what is Amateur recreation or. Editor to or invitation to the readers of Monitor for discussion of the Sun Day problem has not been responded to by Many of us not because we were not interested but because we were waiting for the other fellow to Lead off to get a specific Point of Contact. I should like to hear these two Points discussed 1 have become to the Point in Vermont a which the principle of local option inthe handling of the sunday problem should be put into practice should each town and City have the Opportunity to determine by its own action what sort of recreation goes with nits own Borders on sunday 2 rehear much in these Days about the distinction Between Amateur recreation and professional sport. Will some one run the sure and Clear line that divides the two is baseball with Gate receipts Only but no paid play ers Amateur recreation sincerely yours a. A. Hamilton. Orleans vt., september 18, 1920.cowles thanks voters. Or. Editor i wish to extend to the voters of Orleans county my deep appreciation and thanks for the vote Given me atthe primaries. Sincerely r. M. Cowles. Albany vt., september 20, 1920. Calkins grateful for support or. Editor allo w me space to say that i a deeply grateful to the voters of or leans county for their splendid sup port of my candidacy for county sen Ator which placed me next to the winners. I feel that the vote is not alone one for me but also a vote in recognition of Westmore s claim for a county Honor. I especially than the voters of Westmore for their sup port. Very truly yours a. E. Calkins. Westmore vt., september 20, 1920. Barton closes baseball season. The Barton baseball team recently finished its season and its record stands 12 won and 12 lost and bar ton played All the fast teams in this part of the state. Emerson the local twirler won nine games and lost 9. Ted Lee was the Champion Long distance hitter with one Homer four three sackers and six two baser a to his credit. Below Are Given the batting aver Ages b. Lee .400, Snyder .394,priest 381, Webster .280, Dubois .264, Emerson .250. T. Lee .247, Barrows .241, Heath .214, Carter .190, Leland .183. Team average .273. Down the River. The spillway will nor eight foot screens. There i is about 100 Yards of Cement construction m the Job which is being Aone for the state fish and game department or. And mrs. Ora Willard motored to Burlington tuesday to take their daughter Frances who has entered u. V. M. As a student. Mrs. George e. King and daughter Marjorie who returns to the College for her second year accompanied them and the party called on mrs. M. M. Byington at her new Home in Charlotte. Miss Flora Emerson has also returned to u. V. M. For her second year. Or. And mrs. Geo. Gorham and or. And mrs. W. L. White and miss attended the funeral of mrs. Gorham s sister mrs. Emily person who died at Ner Nome in Brooklyn n. Y., september 11. The remains were brought to Coventry her old Home where the funeral was j Neia the Nui her late husband Ana son in me Vil Lage cemetery. The remains were accompanied by her daughter miss Louise. East Albany mrs. John Mullaney is on the. Sick list. Miss Kathleen Keenan returned to u. V. M. Tuesday. J. T. Sinon is having his buildings wired for electric lights. Or. And mrs. T. P. Mullaney visited friends in Barton Friday. Benjamin Locke of Highgate has purchased Adolphus Soulier s farm. Miss Josephine Centebar is spend ing her vacation with her parents Here. Master Stanley Foss had the mis Fortune to fracture his Arm while playing at school recently. John Kilgallen has taken posses Sion of his Home place recently vacated by the Pepin bothers. Mrs. Robinson who has been vis iting at Walter Kennison s several weeks has returned to her Home in Walden. Miss Margaret Denneson who has been spending her vacation with her parents Here has returned to Hart Ford Conn. Congratulations Are extended to or. And mrs. George Centebar who were a to Amor t recent la. Man ice Centebar was one of our popular Voung men. is an sex service Man having server Wim w nun Nyu be dictionary forces overseas one year. Twin wedding st John s while Spires Church was the scene of a very pretty wedding thursday morning september 16, when Margaret Ann second daughter of or. And mrs. John t. Sinon be came the Bride of Joseph Mcdermott of new York City and her sister Catherine Belle became the Bride of Louis j. Beauregard of st. Johns a promptly at 10 o clock the bridal party entered the Church to the strains of Lohengrin s wedding March played by mrs. T. P. Mullaney Cousin of the brides. The party was ushered to the altar by Harry Hughes and Frank sinon. The brides were prettily gowned in White Satin with bridal veils and car ried Shower bouquets of White roses. They were attended by their Sisters Elizabeth and Bertha who wore Pink asii1 and Home of county to be sex Bisl. The Orleans county farm Bureau of.6 the ther bureaus in the exp in atthe state fair of the a be vtzu1 the uses care made on Thoua Ira ? nuke Leer 0f products b i"cl0f products1 d asst first prize cup second prize Small Silver a Lithe products that will count Large for Orleans county Are Dairy prod i or Pic Phi Unis Gram Pota toes poultry products and Hay. Other products to be included Are bees Honey vegetables fruits and canned i goods. The farm Bureau is extremely anxious to present a creditable sex Uii in comparison with other coun ties of the state and it is very much desired that anybody having any of the above products of Good Quality will loan them to the farm Bureau where very Pood use will be made of them in arranging the exhibit. A variety of products of Good Quality is the main objective. All products to be used received at the farm Bureau office Newport not Kember 25. All products will be re. 4. J a. A. 1 1 to Lumen to one owners n Aesir a on Erwi be they will be sold at the High est possible Price and the Money re funded. This is an excellent Opportunity forthe Farmers of Orleans county to get their products before the people of Vermont As Well As before the visit ors at the fair from other states and is bound to do much advertising for the county. The Success of this exhibit depends on the cooperation afforded the farm Bureau by both members and non members. Committee meetings in three communities. During the past week farm Bureau committee meetings were held i three communities Brownington West Glover and Glover. The work of the past year was summarized an discussed and a tentative program of work arranged for the coming year. This program which is based on the problems of the Community includes a part forthe boys and girls to per form cooperatively in the Way of calf clubs Garden clubs Canning clubs Etc., the boys and girls thus helping to solve the problems of the Community in cooperation with the adult members of the family. Rally sunday at congregational Church. Sunday october 3 will be observed As rally sunday at All the regu lar services of the congregational Church As Well As the mid k prayer meeting. Rally sunday has come to be observed More or less universally throughout the nation but has never before been observed in Barton. It 1 1 Oil Proton tent tip tile of the Community who do not have a Church Home elsewhere win invitation to visit any of the regular and associate themselves regularly with the Church. V k ii r. Tinct in i in ending his vacation at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. A. D. Abbott. Regular meeting of Orient chapter no 13, o. E. S., Friday evening. Work refreshments will be served. George w. Owen who has been taking a vacation at his Home Here returned to Hardwick the first of the week. Ernest Davenport is the new clerk in the Seaver hardware store taking the place of Clyde Walcott who is in school. Ii. M. Cutler returned to Dart Mouth College monday the 20th miss nah path Irons Back to Smith col leg this week. The children of the late s. Hill moving from the a. F. French face rooms in the Willard House on cemetery Hill. Wallace Abbott of st. Johnsbury and Varnum Abbott of Lyndonville were visitors. At the Home of their parents last week. Ciarence Lang who has Deen Ian ing a three is with the naval Reserve at new work has returned Home. Is ill at the Home Marand mrs s. M. Born to of for treat ment week he was in a Hospital and is now on the gain. Gladys Masure is enjoying x Novi from her is a lilt to miss Gladys Hill was summoned to Newport recently when Het Toj was if she brought her sister Home. I i Tua. nn., . To run is. Lac Sci of Ottawa who have been spending several weeks with her parents or. And mrs. Joseph Brooks returned to her Home saturday. Or. And mrs. George h. Davis and Davis who have Beenen Sydine in Camp m left monday for their Home in California. The infant child of Frank Clifford whose Mother died when the child was old died last Only a few Days and the remains were buried in the Welcome o. Brown cemetery. Vista Bee no mrs. J. A. Wili " two weeks with relatives i Lou a Fairlee and her friends. Mr.3 mrs. O. E. Cowles at Claremon tto return Home this. expects week. Following a week of Cool wet weather the last few Days have been Clear and warm. The first frosts have appeared but thus far the foliage has not changed to the autumn colors to any extent. John Millar has taken a contract to construct a Cement spillway at the outlet of Willoughby Lake for. The pur pose of keeping the fish from going ,. B i it Al under this Ord for firm intr to to a Wori .ta.-r.-Alt. Ash the . Than to of n"-, i r iet f for Sale 3 Pitale cows and heifers. G. Over. I i Culive weeks of d pips. Glover. 3s-3 or. Be two Nice yearling j. Wadsemneek Irasburg,36tf 4 to Cle reentered and Grade ram Lamb May Pond it. 38tfbar. Tale Airedale Pup four id. Registered. Allan ii. At f a. 37-3 up i Sale one Pool table with . Inquire at the a feb Iran. Barton. 37-33 n i Sale heavy lumber Wagon. Are. Lillian Brooks bar l. 37-39 p 2sale undershot Prain sep i . C. Houston Orleans r. R. Tzi 125-1 5. I38-3 r. 2 Sale sound work horse pcs 1300 lbs. M. J. Owen bar i 38 of i service Damon jr., mor c -. Standard and Register c e. Kimball. Glover. 20tf Sale registered Berkshire s free Sun bean West Glover. 37-3 8 22 Sale half blood Shropshire jul rear a half old. Fine Ani i. I. Waters Irasburg r. D. 1 i32 Sale two Cook stoves on Brier front new Prates. Guaran z Good condition. E. Sockol. 37tf j2 Sale Neav new Delaval i-4-xr, no. It also second hand st Hrless. V. O. Miles bar t 34-1 4. 37tf .2 Sale 15 registered Jersey 3. 2 yearling bulls extra Fine ones. I greeks Berkshire pips. I. O. A. Banon vt., r. F. D. 38-4 0p i .2 Sale one divan Couch also and inc nor lar r. A3 Trae Ticali new. Mrs. C. Tessza. Maple Street Orleans. 37-3 9p Sale horse harness and i buy. Even year Oia High in 830 lbs., sound. Ased two seasons of to sell at once. C. D. Or Eaas. 38tf Bop or rent my build z ?0ter Village known As the ?f.,pipped with electrician closet and Spring water peerage room. C. Ii. Kimbau 20tf j?2 Sale in Lendil Mot Janif 1200 lbs. Sound to Tajh will sell j p Waterman. Willour Jbv. 37tf h2 satpir7rw Coras labout three Wood at r. R. Sid fcrp8 Roplh of Newport. ?8.50 Ca. Guy Cour it Glover. 7tf. 160s8ile 0r Kent farm sum Iti Ater. Good house4 Miniea from bar Vest More Rad. Goodfe is p property. Also 180scd and pasture i6tf if Tuta ,am Furnace with aaiii1 out mis. Aej Lofs Coal is reason for ? Palarz r1"- ? round Oak rom 0t? rang. John fat c. 11 Surls a of lumber tyls and casinos. This 3000 is a? m Good con ? a i in j be to of Hardwood Al nor. A Phis lot at ?50 Parton. 34tf ill Laneous 9tf b?msani.n0tlce--wi la buy Iff a 1, Ratt. Z Fco saturday of or let Ock of second Han h for. , tools Etc., Ali Aper next . 38-3 9 terse st st Kial is Etc an Mutual com. A11 kinds of p9 ving Vil a. Limey so to sell Call Ospon 39tf r Mili Barton ban while it lasts. W. E. 26tf l her i ?6 of to Jott is Barton. 34tf 7 j i mrs party furnish a w Zzz Anna knt t 0 0 ent 10 rent d Elm Cor-5jit , Barton. To. Emett at Herzi steam heated a ? r need separately quire of the Brad a 38tf miss Annie Noble of Chelsea mass., is the guest of her Friend mrs. N. D. Martin. Miss aft Ian Scott is spending a few Days with relatives in Portland and old Orchard me. Mrs. Nettie Allen has moved her goods to st. Johnsbury Center and will keep House there. Mrs. Nelson Barr of Taunton mass., was the guest of mrs. E. C. Wilkie the last of the week. Mrs. C. Nanson has sold her Home to E. Fuller of Glover and will Board for a time. Mrs. W. B. Proctor returned sat urday from Granby p. Where Shehas been spending two weeks. Wanted wanted live poultry. Elrick Laronn Lotf the Hutchins Block improvements. The improvements recently made on the Hutchins Block located on the East Side of Post office Square deserve More than passing mention. A 12-fo of addition to the Block has been built onto the front extending the whole Width of the Block or 33 feet. This addition is four stories High and above the Street floor contains nine rooms from which Entrance is gained from a stairway leading from main Street. The Street Story of the addition contains a modern show window constructed along the most modern lines. The window is about five feet wide and 24 feet Long and is enclosed. The lighting for night display is by indirect lights and the construction is proof against frosted windows in Winter. Above the window is a Section of prism Glass which lights the main store is gives a wonder fully Fine Light for the display of goods and the remodelling of the rooms makes an Ideal jewelry store on one Side and a Fine millinery store on the other. Not Only has the front and store been remodelled but even pc room inthe building has been painted and papered and a new steam heating Plant has been installed which heats the entire building. In the Spring additional grading and cementing willbe done which will Complete changes made in this property since or. And mrs. Hutchins bought the Block in the Winter. The display window is one of the most modern in Orleans county and congratulations Are due both the owners of the property and Barton for having such a modern new store. Orga Naie. Ionn r. Muu Uigum Cythe brides and Michael Conroy both of new York acted As Best men. The Nino Ore Twat of Albany s most pop ular Young ladies. Mrs. Lucu Ermus is Giofu Ormejohnson Normal school and has been for the past 10 years a successful school teacher besides having served a term of three years on the school Board. ,. Mrs. Beauregard is a Gra Aua i of John Surv . Una Piui and has proven an efficient nurse. Or. Mcdermon is " dealer in new York City and is an sex serv ice Man having served one year in . Or. Beauregard is a graduate of Middlebury College and is one of t. Johnsbury s leading merchants. The brides received Many Beautiful and useful gifts including China silverware Cut Glass besides Man Beautiful pieces of hand work. The East Albany school where mrs. Mcdermott has taught for the past six years presented her with several pieces of silverware consisting of Abutter knife Berry spoon and cold meat Fork. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Home of the brides to the immediate families. Amid a Shower of Rice and confetti and the very Best wishes of their Many friends the Happy couples left for an automobile trip through congratulations and Best wishes of follow them to Tyiana friends will their new Homes. South Albany miss Ila Urie left on tuesday to enter u. V. M. Beld at the school xxx Ava km1 a. House on Friday evening. Mrs. Etta Calderwood is slowly improving from a severe attack of Gall stones. Mrs. G. A. Carr of Manchester n. H., visited at o. E. Rowell s and c. R. Vance s last week. Thnora Day As the teacher mrs. C. E. Ander son Atte Naea of. a daughter has arrived at Willstone s. Lucille Anderson is Home from Vergennes. Mrs. George Mason is very ill with pneumonia. Albert Campbell is Home from new York on a visit. Elmer George and family visited in Wolcott last week. Mrs. Jennie Rogers is visiting in Barton and Newport. A son arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. Harry Wilder september 14. Or. And mrs. Glen Miles attended the st. Johnsbury fair last thursday. Miss Mildred Rivers of Waterville is visiting at the Home of will Rowell. John Kelley has gone to Indianapolis Ink to the g. A. R. Encampment. Mrs. Lucy Talbot of East hard fire chief Rushford gives warning. Homer Rushford chief Engineer of the fire department gives warning to All property owners to see that All chimneys Are thoroughly cleaned be fore the fall and Winter fires Are started and that All pipe connections Are investigated in a thorough Man Ner. Many fires Are started at this season of the year through careless Ness in looking after these details. Or. Rushford also states that the fire companies were somewhat Handi capped at the sunday fire by the interference of those who do not be Long to the company both by handling fire fighting apparatus and by shout ing commands which Are More or less says that every person who is not connected with the department would lend Best Aid by keeping Back unless called upon to assist and authorizes the statement that severe measures will be resorted to in the future if outside interference becomes a has suffered very few fire losses in the past 25 years and much of the credit is due the splendid work of the fire companies and the Good water system. Sunday s fire was one of the worst the Village has seen in Many years save the tub shop fire. Mill contractors coming next week. Members of the contracting firm which has taken the contract from Wessell Nickle & Gross of new York to build their Brick factory m Barton were in town last week making pre Linvina by arrangements for operations which Are to begin next of the material for the work is expected to arrive soon and in clude quantities of Cement and 250,-00-0bricks. Several local hands will be employed considerable local material will be used such As Sand and Timber and the contractors expect to have the factory building and dry kilns completed in three or four months. The foundation of the building and the Frame work of the two stories to be constructed now Are to be so built that additional stories put on. Studding 3x8 inches will be used an floor timbers Are being sawed from Timber on the land of the concern which measure 8x12 inches. It is reported that the contract Price for the work to be completed this fall and Winter is in the Vicinity of $65,000. Wick is visiting her Niece mrs. Clyde Sweet. Or. And mrs. Charles bumps of Boston visited at will Rowell s last saturday. Mrs. Frank Wilder of East Charles ton is Here caring for mrs. Wilder and son. Mrs. Ida Munson suffered a stroke last monday from which she is re covering slowly. Mrs. Harry Clark of Somerville visited her Cousin r. M. Cowles the first of the week. Mrs. Walter Lafleur of Concord n. H., is Here caring for her Mother mrs. Ida Munson. Mrs. Mina Eldr Idere has returned from several weeks visit in Hardwick and East Hardwick. Mrs. Julia Rowell of los Angeles cal., visited at c. E. Chamberlin s and r. M. Cowles last week. Or. And mrs. Clyde Sweet attended the american legion Encampment at Morrisville last wednesday. The ladies club met with mrs. J. B. Dow. Thursday. September 16. Afountain pen was presented by the j club members As a Token of their re Gard to . E. Roger who is soon to make her Home in Boston. Morgan Center mass., is visiting friends in Morgan. Miss Ruth Scribner of Island Pond is visiting friends and relatives Here this week. Mrs. Harris Crowe has returned to Island Pond after visiting her grand parents or. And mrs. . Burroughs. Messes. Henry and William Des Lauria J. Kennedy and son Al Bert of Lawrence mass., were All in town thursday in route to old or Chard Beach. They made the trip by Auto. Mere Man. Another reason Why a Salesgirl thinks a Man shopper has t got any. Sense is because he is willing to buy a Collar Button without trying it Ouw Dallas news. Once laundry woman work All done by machinery. V ally of " wanted second Han d bicycle in pm in edition. Coaster Brake. A. M. T. 37-a o r. I inn f Oli a in nil Black a of oort Irh for right Man. A. W. Redington Barton. Do-4 0 rent Small la Aii lil u i farm by experienced Man. Myron Morse Box pvt Caru. Heres and Poult it a it Tutti to tobit mondays at Orleans express a Psi l a c tto Irav. Orleans. 17tfl1u1i. Ujj. F wanted girl for general work of i or t no cooking. Bits. Belle Kibby Barton. I. Solomon water st Barton. Both phones. Wanted to. Purchase a Good upright boiler six or powr. Apply to Boxt Wood Vuu found found sum of Money in grand stand at fair grounds. Prove pro Perty and pay charges. M. By Novas Oneaus. I. Admit Irth. Come into my enclosure a toll Glt. Owner with White spot on can have same by pm property and paying charges. A. E. Lac Orleans. Tel. 166-3 1. Lost lost lady s Small Black hat Par Ron Irasburg Road Between Morri Orleans Village mrs Johntel. 71-2 3. . Regan t not will the party who found a re Dir n his Ford car one Day write Obarton fair kindly Erin w . Windsor. It. In tact Between Nute s store and

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