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4 Aug 1920

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4 Aug 1920

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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Barton, VermontAwl , August 1c20page two probate court build your future hire to make himself and his impose press clippings business Directo f. R. Hastings m. D. Barton it. Returned from medical service Over teas september 1st g. S. Courser. Licensed auctioneer Elmber estimated South Albany Vermont. H. Drew so. Walden it licensed auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed. Or. E. H. Hills veterinary office and Hospital East main Street tel. 43, Newport insurance of All kinds May s insurance Agency Barton Vermont Josiah a. Pearson dentist . It. Office if m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue tel. No. 44--4 Barton it. He stitching we Hemstitch All the popular styles a mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler 77 main st. Newport it. A r. J. Beeman licensed auctioneer East Hardwick Vermont for Sah harnesses whips blankets halters strap work of Al kinds Carriage lamps sponges Chamois sloans liniment Turtle s elixir. Or. Lesure s medicines Cura to x perfection Fly killer guaranteed to kill the Nies some second Han d farm machinery one Cream separa tor nearly new. Good time to have your har Nesses repaired and oiled at the Glover harness shop. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Speir Glover j Vermont notice inside and outside painting paper hanging Bell phone 13-1 2. P. J. Guertin i special attention 1sivendiseases of to the Nuttin of if Kiffi 8boffice hours j Keeyes. I c. A. Cramton most. Jot Tvett v . Etc eat. A us a. Harry Nir . Yuma Vermont j veterinary surgeon j , phone 138-1 1 a Uraj metropolitan life ins. Co t Branch office Newport it f Henry w. Bernard dept supt i Cleon w. Seaver agent f Harry e. Drown agent Lane s i. Rufus w. Spear 1 general insurance Agency assistance probate matters j eluding preparation of probate accounts i or. Harry f. Hamilto dental surgery Gilman Block Newport v Complete or a equipment Hospi l. H. Mciver d. 0. S. I specialist optometry appointments can be made by mor phone for the examination of i eyes for glasses. Optical supplies of All kinds and f pairs made. Phone 332- 2 Renihan Block to Airport j a. C. Farmer d. V. Veterinarian f office at Newport Vermot Buck s feed stable i Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida Schof Newton mass studio 783 East main st Nef fax e. H. Howe successor to Howe & Stow real estate Newport j tel 175 Root s Block j Jervah & Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of 1 kinds phones j. J. Corkins 153--2 f. A. Jervah 18 ters the knife wheel Type and Rowell the Cylinder Type. Can furnish you with a first class outfit coupled to run at the proper Speed at 2s six months Start september 1- 15 e a m Jufu l y m the Mill school Albany . Auto tires vulcanized work guaranteed hours after 5 a m. And sat urday afternoons c. Ots Alt third House left Han d Side up from Harrison ave. Barton Vermont commissioners notice estate of Zaidee e. Skinner the undersigned having been Point Edby the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Zaidee e. Skinner late of Bartonia said District deceased and All claims exhibited offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of Harry Dickens inthe Village of Orleans said District the 2rd Day of August and 2srd Day of october next from 10 o clock a. until 7 o clock M., each of said Days and that six months. From the 18th Day of Junea. Dost. La the time limited by Saldo ourt for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and at Orleans vt., this 23rd Day of july. A. D. 1&20. Harry . O. Smith. 80-8-2 commissioners. Estate of Carrie e. Keir state of Vermont District of honorable probate court for the District All persons interested the estate of Carrie e. Keir late of draft scary said District deceased. Greeting whereas said court has assigned the26th Day of August next for examining and allowing the account of the adminis Trator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to Al persons interested said estate by pub Lishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned the or leans county Monitor a newspaper published at Barton said District. Therefore Yon Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office Newport said District at 10 a. the Day As signed then and there to contest the Al Lowance of said account if you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said under my hand this 28rd Day of july 1920. 80-3-2 b. Spooner. Register estate of William h. Davis state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District All persons interested the estate of William h. Davis late of Glover uni said District deceased. Greeting we Kwh As. Said court has assigned the12th Day of August next for examining and allowing the account of the executor of the estate of said deceased and fora decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and or dered that bile notice thereof be Given toll persons interested said estate by pub Lishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned inthe Orleans county Monitor a newspaper published Albarton said , you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate of Lee of Export s o Eitek the Day assigned Tea and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees lawful claimants to said under my hand this 26th Day of july. 1920. 80-8-2 b. Spooner Register. Estate of Wiiiam s. Mcdowell state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District the heirs and All persons interested lathe estate of William s. Mcdowell late of Brownington la said District deceasedwhkm1s to Thi court writing by the executrix of the no Satin Winum to Iti. Praying for License and authority to sell allow real estate of said deceased for the pay ment of debts and charges of administration setting Forth therein the amount of debts due rom talk deceased the charges of administration and the amount of per Sonal estate and the situation of the real estate. Whereupon the said court appointed and assigned the 18th Day of August l2u. Att fro tie the office Newport jul said Ila tric to at 10 o clock a. M., to her and decide upon Aid old Carlona petition and or dered Public notice thereof Tobert Ventrall persons interested therein by publish ing said order together with the time face of hearing three weeks successively Monitor a newspaper circulates the neighbourhood ofp"."n8 interested said estate Al which publications shall be previous to the Day Mie Ned for h a before. You Are hereby notified to place aligned then and there said to make v,.n i. Court such Lleni Elf you pc forgiven Uncle my and at Newpor Ujj strict. This 2srd Uay july. 199 80-8-2 k. A spoon r. Register. Hor Ticefe Xvi Hont question sible program known m this Little state is the Man we need for Gover nor the latest thing is the drive made from inspired dispatches and Cox written by men paid for doing so by or. Hartness and sent at a Cost 01 thousands of dollars to about every fool some Winman Vermont re men. Iut the great Maju " All Mont voters can not be led around by j such a vaporous mass of words. Def bit just what is it Hartness pro poses to do Janjay if he were elected governor no one even those of his close political supporters has been Able to answer this very simple and practical question yet. Just what or. Hartness is it that you propose to do to make Vermont Industrial hive providing you Are governor of Vermont for two years we have read at least a Good sized volume of your political output and cannot Tell for the life of us How you propose to Start and just what you propose to do. Let the answer be is confined to a column please. The Story of the creation of the world is sex told a few Hundred words. This the Barre times Breaks into unusually Long editorial defense of John w. Gordon reply to mention of s name connection with labor and the democratic party this paper. Or. Gordon himself also uses Many words to make reply. It was not realized that a casual summarization of All congressional candidates a single sentence would and cause such consternation Barre. If this paper made any misstatement of out facts saying that or. Gordon is closely associated with labor and or. Gordon is not so associated then it is desired to make a retraction but to neither the Barre contemporary nor or. Gordon himself make a denial. Or. Gordon merely says he is not too closely associated and the times says it is not accurate por trayal to infer that he was a partisan has of the labor cause but neither deny that he is associated with and suppose that or. Gordon is so associated. Is that any crime Abler men than or. Gordon deem it Hon or to claim such associations. This paper recognizes much that is Good and beneficial to everyone labor As we have come to speak of organized labor and because it is generally talked and supposed that or. Gor Don s tendencies lean More strongly toward labor than those of his opponents who seek the same office it is not understood Why he should object to the statement originally made. After All is said and done Are not the words of the times and of Gordon sort of a camouflage to make his candidacy appear palatable to those who oppose organized labor while it is quietly passed along among the labor by leaders and most strongly organized labor influences that Gordon is the Man we do not consider Gordon a one Issue Man and but for the Hon est belief that Dale is a much better qualified Man because of his experience support such a Man As Gordon. But this attempt to hedge is not particularly commendable. Is Gordon associated with labor to such a degree that he is labor s candidate or is he not if he is so associated is it any Dishonour to Gordon or to labor democrats nominate a full state ticket Fred c. Martin for governor George f. Root for Lieut. Governor. At a mass meeting of prominent democrats from All parts of Testate held at the Sherwood hotel Burlington tuesday july 27, twas voted to put a ticket Nomina Tion at the fall primaries and a big Effort to get out a big vote will remade. Fred c. Martin of Bennington was of selected to head the ticket As the gubernatorial candidate. The other names that will be placed Nomina Tion Are for lieutenant governor George f. Root of Newport for stat treasurer Otis c. Sawyer of Sharon for Secretary of state h. A. Pond of ast Berkshire for auditor of accounts Harry c. Shurtleff of Mont Pelier for attorney general James of Rutland for congressman from the first District j. C. Durick affair Haven for congressman fro the second District Henry c. Witters of st. Johnsbury for United states senator h. W. Varnum of Cam Bridge. One of the principal matters brought before the meeting was the proposition of a democratic newspaper. It was stated that the Swanton Clouner was spreading the gospel of democracy and speakers urged Hose present the importance of get ting the paper before the Public. It Vas suggested that the different to Al committees conduct Active can Vass. A committee consisting of a coming Richford h. W. Witters if st. Johnsbury and C. Dodge of Candolph was named to look into the Natter of securing a democratic or a. Or. Martin the gubernatorial Nom Inee was born Bennington 38years ago. He was a Delegate to the recent convention a san Francisco and was also a Delegate at larg e to the National convention Baltimore 1912. He was three times presi sent of the Village of Bennington and Vas elected to the legislature 1912.he is unmarried and is connected Vith the Holden Leonar d company manufacturers of Woolen goods. A Hayward leaves North Troy the Rev. C. E. Hayward of North Troy has accepted a Call to the Pas Mummy Mirc urn i Towe to nil the vacancy caused Xvi he resignation of tre Rev. E. A . He will begin work August 1nd will probably move there some me August. He has held pastor to 5 1. " i special sessions of the probate court willbe held at the office of f. W. Baldwin. Barton the second and fourth Friday of each month the afternoon and at the office of k. A. Look Orleans the afternoon of the third Friday of each month. Parties desiring to transact prob business at Barton or Orleans should notify the judge Advance that he May take the notches i7osatpee office at Newport Wili be open every Day except sundays and holi Days but those coming from a distance Asfar As possible should mate special appoint ments with the court Advance. E. J. Smith. Judge. Commissioners notice estate of Louella l. Eldridge by the honorable probate court for the lab Lilly , delve examine and adjust the claims All persons against the estate of Louella l. Eldridge late of Albany said District deceased and All claims exhibited offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for to purpose of residence of Henry Mcguire the town of Albany said District the 21st Day of August and 22nd Day of december next from 10 o clock a. M., until s o clock Mon each of said Days and that six months fro the 29th Day of june a. D. 1930. Is the tim limited by Sal a Zouri for sum Cremi Var mint thir claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Albany this aay w a. D. 1c20. Henry Holbrook. 8q-s 2 commissioners. Trust estate of Tracy c Mason state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the District All persons interested the Trast estate of Tracy c. Mason late of Craftsbury said District deceased. Greeting whereas said court has assigned the18th Day of August next for examining Rand allowing the account of the trustee of the estate of said deceased and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All per sons interested said estate by pub Lishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned. the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper published Albarton said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at f. W. Baldwin s office Bartonia said District at so clock .the Day assigned then and there to contest the Al Lowance of said account if you see came and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said under my hand this i5th Day of july 1920. Jew b. Spooler Register. Estate of Joseph m. Valley state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District All persons interested the estate of Joseph m. Valley late of Barton said District deceased. Greeting at a probate court Holden at Newport within and for said District the 23rd Day of j. By 1920 instrument purporting to Bethe last will and testament of Joseph late of Barton said District de ceased was presented to the court Afore said for it is ordered by said court that the18th Day of August. 1920 at f. office said Barton at 2 o clock Be assigned for proving said instrument that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively the Orleans count Monitor a newspaper circulating that Vicinity said District previous to the time , you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time anyplace aforesaid. And contest the probate of said will. If you have under my hand at Newport said District this 26th Day of july 1920. 80-8-2 b. Spooner Register state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the do Street a Foresaid to All persons interested the estate of Kaiui a jun Man of a Iota insane greeting whereas. j. 1 to i j Biu until been made to this court by the guardian of Auric Asu Annan for License to sell the real estate of said Ward Viz being the interest of said Ward the farm deeded to James Wallman by f. , a Grant deed dated october a i j9i?i and recorded the land records of said Glover Book 17, Page 461, said land and premises situated said Glover. Rep resenting that the Sale thereof for the pur pose of putting the proceeds of such Sale a interest or investing the same stocks Orother real estate or using the avails there of for the Benefit of said Ward As the la directs would be beneficial for said whereupon the said court appointed a?d.1as8l, the 5th by of August 1920.?w . Robate office Newport said District at 10 o clock a. to hear and dec e upon Baid application that Public notice thereof to be Given to All persons interested up dusting this order three weeks Kubwa Siviy me Uriens county Mon a newspaper published at Barton. Run Luntoo i. Those persons interested therein All of " of previous to the time appointed for hear intr. Ikhkrj9,re Yon Are notified to appear said court at the time and place aforesaid then and there said court to v to icing of such License if you up vlf.upud.er,my hand at Newport said District this 12th Day of july. 1920. To d. Mbrjfj2ix to Register. Desertion notice whereas my wife. Mildred Benoit. Haslet my bed and Board without just cause or provocation. I hereby forbid anyone Trust this Date 1"8 my eco exit iter Edward Benoit. To i Arle Ina it or of1930. 29-8 1p notice y v m a Rita Helena Fox. Has lefty bed and Board without just cause or21?. Altja a11 pros Are hereby forbid 1arliollor turns her my account. .k.10 l8.hreby Given that i shall jii8 5reted by her after this Barton. It. July. 2i. 1m0.p g Lyd is Fox. Commissioners notice estate of Ethel m. Sawyer ,hfki1,,la hatln8 been appointed5? probate court for District of Orleans. Commissioners re delve. Examine and adjust Rasid .metnhe8l Mau wlnstheme8,Taale pm 4zzs a0lf, t. " a purpose Aires Ald ., Ehr of h of. Clock p.?k Sil of Juir Sisr " by aria court for Snir creditors to present their claims to us to examination and allowance. July a d.lrt0n Al hl8 19th of g. J. Gross. W.o.twombly.29-3 1 commissioners. Estate of Mary s. Joslyn state of Vermont District of Orleans is. Of oorklpbate0ourt for the dust o All persons interested the estate , of Bartok a at a probate court Holden ass within and for said District the 7th Dav of july. 193 instrument purporting to bea5 Aad stament of Mary kj0jylate Barton said pro&7e? 10 tue urt Aresa do and it. 1 a m. Jim he a a a that theome said Nih t a. Cook so. Be re " tit that notice thereof be Given to All person concerned by publishing Thia ioenitoruc1vh3r to a county Vilov Zzz i Usu a a previous to the trek Krobbe. You Are hereby to Gipsia Hunt & company inc. Printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Vermont med every wednesday and entered it the Post office Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manage North Troy Vermont issued every thursday and entered is the Post office North Troy As second class matter. The Newport news b. F. Humphrey local manager 57 main Street Newport Vermont issued every Friday and entered at the Post office Newport As second Cist matter. Subscriptions Vej paper $2.00 per year 6 months$1.00 a Ltd subscriptions payable Advance Adall papers discontinued when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c resolutions fl.00. Reading notices 15c per line per insertion. Classified advertising terms at top of classified column. These rates apply to any paper. Tji splay advertising rates for any paper upon application. Up goes the Stanstead journal to is. It appears that the Canadian publisher is As hard hit As the fellow this Side of the line. The paper Short age seems to be growing worse both countries. What will Stop the practice of ii orse drawn vehicles travelling at night without Light As the Law pro Lides automobile its Are held to strict account with regard to lights and other Road Laws but numerous teams continue to travel our roads at night without Light endangering their own property and life As Well As that of others. General complaints do not Stop it for the simple reason that specific violations must be known to be prosecuted and the state can hardly afford to keep officials the roads nights to find these Law break ear s. The state s attorney of Orleans county has recently stated that the Aruto owners Are As much to blame for kids trouble As anyone else because they Are not interested enough to find out who Are driving teams with act lights. He also says that not a saner Levase of specific complaint will g a prosecuted. Therefore it is up to the automobile its themselves. A Feie cases where teams without lights Are stopped the name of the Driver r owner ascertained and complaint made will put a Stop to this danger Ous practice. County politics. Takes new Terest with the Entrance into the con test two new candidates for state s attorney both from Newport. State s attorney Thompson is not a Candi Date for re elect Ion it is understood though his splendid record would give him Strong support were he to seek re election. The two who seek the Fesce Are a. W. Farman of the Law firm of Prouty & Farman and Hubert so Pierce for two years principal of Newport High school. Or. Pierce has been admitted to the Massachusetts Hax and will take the Vermont examinations this fall. Or. Farman has the advantage of being a county reared Man and held the office some 20 years ago. He left the office and practice of Law to enter the lumber business which he remained until a few years ago when he resumed practice Newport. Or. Pierce is a. Young Man whose study of Law Massachusetts and his High Mark when examined., for admission to the bar . That state show him to be . Able Man. His work at the head of Tite Newport High. School and his decision to locate Newport has found Jessor with Many residents of the City. No candidate for governor has received such evidence of. A United Hon est Earnest enthusiastic support As that evidenced for Emery at a county meeting of the. Emery club new port last week when representatives from Washington Orange Caledonia a sex and Orleans counties were present. There was a certain spontaneous kind of. Enthusiasm which comes from genuine men who believe from head to of. the Man or thing they stand for. And when Emery was brought and spoke the is sues before the. Voters his stand was made so Clear and so calmly positive that even those who. Opposed some of is beliefs were moved to wild enthusiasm. After what he said no one can charge him with being anything but Merj and no doubt can remain about his conviction that Large expenditures of Money campaigns must join Vermont and that he will make Ute Issue uncomfortably warm this Wery Campaign before Many weeks save passed. His whole Soule d state rejent with reference to agricultural building was also brought out and she hundreds. Of men who went from that meeting Back to their Homes live counties went Home with the de termination that. Emery must be sleeved governor of Vermont. James Hartness or his political advisors and spenders Are simply flood Vermont with literature of. One Lind and another a final Hope to breathe the breath of life into his Campaign. They May succeed do me it. Can. It be possible that a sob who needs to spend Many thou a it " Post of t will find Victory Vermont. Poultney journal his aspiration for Victory governor Cox is coming to Vermont. He fed it. Too. It is located the of the state and has of 200 people nine of whom were democrats at the last governor May As Well me to the coach Ion firsts Thi rest of it Essex county for Emery. Island Pond Herald the reports circulated various parts of the state that Essex county showed indication of a willingness to support a South d candidate for governor notwithstanding its close proximity to Orleans county Atwould foundation. Whether seem Are without such a Rumor was started for the purpose of injuring the candidacy of congressman Dale or colonel Emery Uncertain but there can be no uncertainty As to the fact that or. Emery has As United support ases county Ever gave a canal Laws ii -. Via Trhman m will reveal fact and this Story should be discredited. Agan and Emery Are Frank. Rutland Herald Frank w. Agan candidate for governor stands squarely his two Good feet and admits that he is a4wet" candidate. Speaking the other night Felchville he said among other things i am the wet Candi Date and i stand Here two feet admit it but i am not Here advocating. The open Saloon. I started 18 years ago to do something for Temperance and the result was the local option Law the Best temper Ance measure Vermont Ever wet or dry vermonters Are bound respect a Man who stands a Issue squarely and refuses to be moved by expediency or supposed Politi Cal advantage. The other end of the proposition is candidate Emery who similarly stands squarely for prohibition local state and National As he stood for Herald does not particularly believe prohibition but it respects or. Emery much More than a Candi Date who tells voters wet territory that he has always believed License and that local option is the Only Way to regulate the rum Busi Ness then when he gets into dry company declaring that the 18th amendment has settled the rum is sue for All neither can the voters have the same respect for a candidate who evades the Issue entirely or who Ostrich Lik e alleges that it is not Issue despite the fact that it is the one live and potent subject of Politi Cal argument and discussion every where a Vermont. Back roads neglected. Stanstead journal postmaster Heath of Derby line went Over Rural route no. 1 with the Driver yesterday inspecting the Road direction of the Post office depart ment Washington. He found the Brewer Road from the Derby Townline to the Holland Creamery bad condition. The Highway from the Corner of b. F. Stratton s to j. s Corner was likewise bad condition As was the Section Between m. Page s and the Tabor the latter place to Caswell skills the Road was bad practically Al the Way. One Day last week the Driver found this Road impassable at one Point. To reach the boxes the Vasai Veu s a Tiuis Section Nenad to leave his regular route at the Bis sonnet Corner retracing Over the same Road. To remedy this mar shall Ames a private citizen turned out next Day with men and teams fixed up the worst place. It is claimed that no work has been done Many of the roads Holland during the past year or More the whole Effort going to the so called trunk lines with the result that certain sections of mail service May be Dis continued by order from at Rural delivery offices Are required to make these inspections and report upon actual Condi Tion s Montreal s experience with the Beer Saloon. The american Issue Montreal can., is testing a policy dealing with the liquor traffic Sim Ilar to a policy now being strongly advocated by Brewers and their friends for adoption the unite states. It is a plan which permits manufacture and Sale of Beer i Montreal and the province of que Bec and limited sales of whiskey Are permitted under certain strict regu lations. Many saloons Are licensed tor the Sale of Beer and so called Light wines Only. This proposition of permitting manufacture and Sale of Beer and so called Light wines the. Unite states has become a leading Issue inthe congressional election liquor interests have forced the question for settlement by their de termination to Amend the volstead code so As to let Down the barriers of Beer and wine. Their argument i that these dinks Are non intoxicating and that their sales will solve the problem because drinkers with Al Coholic thirst now resorting to theu3e of Bootleg whiskey will satisfy that thirst with these non intoxicants. Biff Montreal s experience does not Bear out this Contention of the liquor interests. A correspondent of the Richmon diva evening journal declares that a visit of fifteen saloons licensed s Beer and wine Only he was de Nied the privilege of buying Whis Keyin but one he declared that he also bought whiskey a Saloon camouflaged As a lunchroom where the proprietor had not taken the trouble to obtain eve a Beer and wine Licensee concludes that the situation Iri Montreal bears out the Contention of United states Federal prohibition director Kramer who said if the Sale of Beer and Light wine is permitted the United states through modification of the prohibition Law we might As Well go the whole Wayand not restrict the liquor traffic at it is apparent that licensing saloons for the Sale of Beer and wine Only Montreal has complicated the Law enforcement problem. It has not prevented Blind pigs but it has furnished excellent screen for Saloon keepers As a shield the Sale of prohibited whiskey. 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