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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Barton, VermontPace two sip a. Hunt amp company inc printers arts publishers Orleans county Monitor Brattm Vermont used every wednesday and entered at the Post office in Barton As second class matter press cupping or. Bachand a aspirations i St. Johnsbury caledonian dairymen and sugar a ers held important meeting in Burlington last week the annual convention of the corp bind Vermont Dairyman and sur the proper Way to keep a fire saying it should be kept very hot. He said that a tall Chimney will create a Strong suction draft and that will rms Bee told of substituting state of Wermont court for the in the estate of Marjorie a Hinkley. Minor of Glover. In said i strict. Greeting whereas application in re tank hath North Troy palladium teased of a. H. w. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Vermont issued every thursday and entered at the Post office in North Troy As second class matter. The Barton Monitor hears that or. J. D. Bachand of St. Johnsbury is a Republic in Matios invention. Or. J fact a a talk Bachand has been an Active party Mont cow is falling behind in her milk i worker and if sent to the convention production and now ranks far below wild Sumi Ort gov. Coolidge first that of some other states. President i with Gen. Leonard Wood As second j f. H Bickford Quot a joint Lynip Socia Tion said in part Verai ont farms Are Best adapted to Dairying and whatever our personal feelings Are in the matter i believe the shipping of whole milk is to continue to increase until the greater part of the Coal for Wood telling what changes a w itpit\r./vo. of makers in Bur would have to be made in the fire. He a in ii Var License Kcf sell the Lington three Days last week Many important speakers addressed the convention. One important thinks they Are willing Bennington Banner the Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager i of the dozen or so men who Haveit will be a been mentioned As candidates for pm milk produced in the in the made Starett toe being Quot a log they Are Quot a Fon s. I be shipped and the creameries Earth 57 main Street Newport Vermont a being a in. They Are issued every Friday and entered at i Stone Foi Roer Supe a the manufacture of commercial Sweet issued every Friday and a Nereu Emery the Post office in Newport As second Newport and Frank w. Agan manufacturer of Ludlow. Class matter. Subscriptions former i the manufacture _ Cream. The time will come when Vermont will be an importer of butter. This will be determined some also spoke of concentration by St a saying that although those who Haye used it Are enthusiastic the Cost of the Plant which is necessary is prohibitive unless it can be used for other purposes during the remainder of the year. Another scheme he described was boiling the sap in a partial vacuum. He said that this was very Good but in his opinion the evaporator of the near future will be a Flat bottomed pan i re pm a a re to be a Iven to All persons Maer video by partitions into venous com a ested therein by pull Shine this order Nart ments and operated to weeks successively in toe Orleans in conclusion he told How it Woid be ?h a circulates m t of o produce a syrup by Freez the Neath boyhood of those persons interest Marjorie a Hinkley. For License to sen the read estate of said Ward. Viz. Being Ine interest of said Ward in the late Home place of Albert f. Hinkley late of said Gloer Decea a. Situated in said Glover repress enl not that the Sale thereof for the of putt intr the proceeds of such Sale at interest or investing the same in stocks or other real estate or using the avails thereof for the Benefit of said Ward As the Law directs would be let Enell Cial for said Ward. Whereupon the let ont Appolon and assigned the and Day of Lanuard. In at the probate office in Newport in said Dos Rich to hear and decide upon Saiid application and ordered that Public Nohs a Boston Auto show March 1? 1. Itis too Early to Quot a by the amount of Ole Margerine now on. No better barometer of tvs j pain but not too easy to Farmers use in their Orvn Fame condition is to be obtained than the i any paper $2.00 per year 6 months men j the Farmers use extraordinary demand for space for $1.00 i toned. I a governor c1em.ent in his add Rte Boston automobile show which. A a i urged the necessity of the strictest is to open in mechanics building much. All subscriptions payable in Advance. Commercial clubs exist by spurts Economy in the conduct of the a and All papers discontinued when time expires advertising i Stanstead . Journal i new port City is reviving its Cham Iber of Commerce. Charles a. Brown has been made Secretary and a new cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions i member Campaign is on. The pub-$1.00. Reading notices 15c per line. Jef. Usually al to respond to the of per insertion. Classified advertising forts of such organizations and they terms at top of classified column. Exist by spurts like some water sys these rates apply to any . Nearly everybody seems to be display advertising rates for any j too Busy about their own affairs to paper upon application. Emery and roads r u 1, a j within and for said la is Chester i. Campbell is confronted with it my of december. In i. An the Job of finding space for the Trade Torii Elf to Beihn to Archibald f Mcl it Ogail affairs it s m of the smaller places would Nob be actually bankrupt. He said that the slogan a something to tax had been used to the limit and a something to do with out should be substituted. A take the town of Belvidere for instance with a grand list of about $2,500 and 105 taxable polls. The a a is. Tax rate of $3.00 will be insufficient. At the Boston show. This season .4 this also applies to Wardsboro with however the demand is record break Douress re toning Itei the for $2,300 and ing. It is not exaggeration to state Ine a my busies us class depends 12 polls and a present tax rate of that the applications that Are now on ing. $4.60 and Concord with a grand list die would fill a building twice As t. 1 1. 1. Personal Effort and my business than $6 000, and polls will Large As mechanics building with its a Barton Monitor thinks that c. Is probably find its Norm is tax of 125,000 Square feet of exhibition Emer of nov port ��j-jmy�?~se.? �?��?�25 =.o�?zt u. Do but Neso on. The same whole this g s. Emery of Newport governor of Vermont. Would like to know How he stands on the Good roads question. This is an important Issue in the state and to say that a a in a for Good roads is not enough. Vergeront needs a governor who is Strong enough for Good roads to favor a Concrete proposition that will give the state a Road system that is not full of ruts and spotted with mud puddle after every Little rain. Something much better is demanded than what the state is now Burlington Clipper. F her fore. Yoi rare hereby notified to before said court at the time and Ace aforesaid then and there in id Tbs to a Ltd Ateca Annm in the 1 a a i i ourt. To object to the fran Flag of such 1 Fie greatest Boom in the i License if you see . The automobile and motor a is Given under my hand at Newport in said no better barometer of this j direct. This with Dayo Fanugao. Estate of Archibald f. Mcdougall state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the District of All persons interested in the estate of archly old f. Mcdouall. Late of Barton. In �,,. It new on the �1st instrument Pur and testament of late of Barton. In said District deceased was presented to the court aforesaid for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 2�rd Day of january. L�2u, at f. W. Baldwins office in said Barton at 2 o clock p. A. Be assist red for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper circulating in that said in strict. Previous to the ted. 13 to 20. A month before this the first Public announcement of the show dates every Inch of available floor space has been allotted and even a greater amount of space could be sold to Over a Hundred manufacturers who want to show their wares. A greater number of new makes of the Canadian Border Albert e. Laing in the Vermont Issue the old Days when a line houses were in style have largely passed away but the Boundary remains. The eighteenth amendment can be enforced right up to this line but be does it prove out that the election a old John still lives in of a governor with a a a concretes Road proposition in his head is Paramount governor Clement was elected with a a a concretes Road proposition behind him. One that would have Given Vermont Good roads minor problems like expense not considered. But he work his Road proposition nor the a a concretes because the legislature and the people were not behind him. The election of a Man for governor who senses the sentiment of the state and who can make his plans workable through the legislature is fully As Essen Ial As the election of a Man Becaj re get has an idea no matter to w advanced that idea May be. But As for c. S. Emery and Good roads. He is for them both in general and specifically. No better answer to the question could possibly be found than cd it a. Emery a definite and aggressive attitude the Street pro Bro in Newport to him More than to any other Man is new i it Ort obligated for what is probably the finest Street in any City or town in . And because the Street happens to be a a concretes is beside the question. Should or. Emery become a candidate for governor and announce his Road beliefs in the loudest terms words could not be As convincing or As conclusive As his attitude and policy toward the question in Newport. On the problem of the betterment of Vermont highways sex mayor Emery is sately and sanely progressive. In fact when the problems of the state Are enumerated and the measure of a Man to solve them taken that measure fits c. S. Emery no Ore closely than any cider Man Mentone i for the High office of governor Dur no these years of reconstruction. Montreal and several other wet a riots in the province of Quebec. He is Worth watching. Four of our counties and 13 of our towns touch the Canadian Border in a stretch of about 100 Miles from rouses Point to Beecher Falls. In this distance six lines of Railroad pass from Vermont into Canada or of you prefer fro i Canada into Vermont. On this Frontier Are lakes and Bays Rivers and streams mountains and valleys farms and forests highways and byways and in Essex county Long stretches of wild unsettled country. In fact Northern Vermont is a Good place to tempt smugglers. Many have already tried it and Sev Cial have been caught. Many More will try to bring Canadian whiskey into Vermont. It i ill be a Long hard Job to clean it All up but it must be done. We Mill stand bad of the Law. Congratulations Are due the officers. They have been doing splendid work i am sure every Temperance Man and woman wants the Law enforced. We must encourage prosecution and help to the to keep Versoi t free from Canadian whiskey. If you live m the North and have reason to suspect something wrong al any time or place get in touch with your officials it once. Do you part to help the men who have the enforce not of the Law in their hands. A be 100cr whereas my wife. Mildred Benoit has left my bed and Board without just cause or no vocation. I hereby forbid anyone trusting or harbouring her on my account after this Benoit. Dated at Orleans. Vt., this 6th Day of january 1920. Al spa. H. Howe successor to to we amp Stowe real estate Newport Tel. 175 roots Block mrs. D. R. Puffer teacher of dancing Modem dancing for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of aesthetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school near ton mass studio 7s3 East main St., Newport j m. Blakem Barton it Tho it tone of a Offick hours i a m ,. A in news and a c. A. Or it 1 St. Johnsbury it Quot text or. Harry f. Hamilton dental is forgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit l. H. Mciver d. S. O. Specialist in optometry appointments can he made by mail or phone for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Optical supplies of All kinds and repairs made. A phone 332-2 Renihan Block Newport it. Harry Dickens general insurance and phone 53-2 re Sidic a is Orleans. Vermon g s court it licensed auctioneer run leg. South Albany \ Ermont n. H. Drew. Glover i licensed auctioneer satisfaction qua Rantand estate of John Lawrence the , having teen appointed by the honorable probate Curt for the District of Orleans to . To r i Olive. Examine Ami Axl just the claims and in his address before the dairymen at Burlington last week. Gov. Clement touches upon the subject this isl per has commented upon with relation to the financial condition Many of our towns Are in. Conditions have been growing worse with half the towns in Orleans county for five years and the end is not yet. One Man interested in game has written the editor his opinion As to Why fewer Deer Are killed in Orleans county than in other counties. What do the rest of our sportsmen say the editor does not believe the difference Between the number of Deer killed in Orleans and Caledonia counties for example can possibly be traced to the conditions mentioned in the letter because Many Caledonia county men go out of that county to Hunt and there is no reason to believe there is More out of season killing in this county than in others. The writer is co indent that the vital reason for the Scarcity of Deer in Orleans county has not yet been named. He feels like a new Han rheumatic pains backache pain in sides sore a Seles stiff Jants or an a always a it do feeling Are City politics Newport news As the time draws near for the annual City meeting and the selecting of the several officers to serve Newport for another year the thought comes to the minds of Many a cwt to shall we elect As mayor a quite natural with a City Only two years old there Are to be found within its Borders Many men qualified to fill these responsible positions who would gladly receive the Honor of Beine called mayor. We have not heard a name mentioned As yet for this important place except the present mayor. Several of the business men of our City who Are m position to know of the great amount of hard work that has been done the past year by mayor Gardner Are strongly in favor of his reelect Lon for another term. It is Well known that a big task has been launched on the causeway in cleaning up that Section of our City and when completed will be the i?reate.?t improve ment that has been for Many years. The removing of the houses and trading and making a City Park will require a Large amount of work and time from someone and the manner of accomplishing this work by filling with Only the natural amount of refuse from the City would require several years to Complete. It it be done on a larger scale. Mayor Gardner has worked hard on this great improvement and has Laid plans which if there were More time before his term expires would bring wonderful changes in this Section of Newport can the City afford to make a change this year we believe not. While we have had no authority to comment on the question from the mayor yet we believe that Arnould the City Honor or. Gardner with a reelection he would accept and give the City another year of aggressive administration. Demand for first Cotton Bale. The appearance of the first Bale of Litton is made an occasion in in by markets avid is sold at auction Tiluy is compete for the privilege of Par Iha Iii Quot the first Bale on account of the advertising prestige and often run the Price to o very High figure. Dont desk air if you Are Troubl. T Vith or aches feel tired Cav a headache indigestion insomnia painful passage of Urie you win find Relief in Gold medal the world s Standard remedy for Idun liver bladder and uric acid troubles and National remedy of Holland since 169& three sizes All druggists. Guaranteed. In a for the bum Gold medal a Overr Box in sold District on the Seth Day of Jan. And rth Day of june next from 1 of clock p. In. Until 4 of clock p. In. On each of said Days and that six months from the la the Day of ii Cember a. D. 191�. Is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Orleans this 5th Day of Jan. A Kirk Marston a. A. Patton. Ooin missioners a. D 1920. Is we Are paying 60c in. For no. 1 Calfskin we pay top Market prices for cow hides horse hides sheep pelts and raw furs. Green Cut Bone for poultry 3c in. Estate of George h. Hawkins of Vermont District of Orleans is. The f a let Ai to All persons interested in the estate of George h. Hawkins late of Barton in said District deceased. Greeting whereas said court has assigned the a a the Day of january next for examining and a Llowana the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and or die it i that Public notice thereof be Ven to h11 persons interested in said estate by pub Tishina this order three weeks successively previous to the Day ass aned. In the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper published at Barton in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Newport in said District at 2 of clock p. M on the Day ass riled. Then and there to contest the al Lowance of said account if you see canse. Hand this 7th Day of Given under january. 1920. 2-4 b. M. Spooner. Register. Said Tourt. At the ume a and place ind contest the probate of said strongly the necessity first of i a worked up to a High pitch Otentha Quot Rin under a hand at Newport m said honest grand lists setting the value is ism and expects the greatest Selling District this Sist Dayoni . I9i9. Or propety at on history to take care of i i a b. M. . Register. Ond the need of absolute Economy in a new crop of cars and trucks a m a a the conduct of not Only the town of manager Campbell is endeavouring to commissioners notice fairs but All state affairs. Secure a Large Are Ory within a few a you should impress upon your rep a Hundred feet of mechanics building be. Anti Tives in the in Islat ire of 1921 a Quot a in this he will stage a show near the fact that probably three fifths of Yas Large As the one in mechanics the Tov Vns in top state will he in i i ave never seen anything to the towns in the site Wii of in a Ivity the room that is now right a a i Mancial difficulties before the end of the Boom that athe Vear. And that the state Revenue von declares or. Campbell. I we and All claims in Funni Knoll a sir is will no Balv by had a building Large enough we could i hereto rive notice that we irom kno it an sour is will proof nil w Omore than 130 different he Quot no a a a of a a Ihu mar pose aforesaid at the less rather than greater. Absolute play More in Lou Ai Gierent Village of Economy must be observed if our maces of care and fully a Hundred i towns Are to continue As solvent units Sticks. It is the most won of a great j Kerful Era in the motor car the new officers of the Dairyman a association Are president s. L. Hairis of Proctor first vice president e. C. Hillis of with Montpelier second vice president. George h. Terrill of Morrisville Secretary Orlando e. Martin of Plainfield reelected treasurer Walter h. Harrington of North Pomfret auditor i Quot re to a. Davis of Hartford. A among the is the following Myron a. Adams of Derby formerly president of the dairymen a association Long time its treasurer Aerator from Orleans county Farrier Creamery manager a quiet unobtrusive kindly gentleman died at his Home last summer. For Riore Ihnn a corp of years he has been a constant attend Dpt at our n meetings. He did notable service 20 or More years ago in har Mizing an unhappy division our ranks which for some time threatened to split the association is Sunder. This episode has been forgotten by Many of or indeed the younger generation hardly knows about it. It was a real service that he rendered and the Weld he then made has stood the test of the result of the butter scoring j read by o. L. Martin. The win i Ner of the association Golc medal and Creamery sweepstakes cup was the i Green Mountain Creamery of North Craftsbury with a score of 98 and the Dairy sweepstakes cup went to h. M. Lee of Windsor with a score of 97%. The officers of the sugar makers Are As follows president c. A. Barber of East Montpelier first vice president. V. I Spear of Randolph Ond vice president c. F. Colon of Danby secret am Merrill j. Corliss of Berlin treasurer l l. Story of East Fairfield executive committee o u of Cuttingsville and b. H. Strong of Fayston auditor. P. B. B. Northrup of Shemon. One of the papers before the sugar makers was by f rank Teer of Rutland who gave an account of the use of the i Reid to piping system for collecting sap. Or. Teer said he had been Usine too direct piping system since 1916 the system consists in running toe pipe lines from the Trees to the sugar House and the sap is made to run easily by putting Small holes in the pipe at intervals to let the Aii in the pipe is made of tin leaded Over and comes in two size one third Inch for the Branch lines and three quarters Inch Lor the main lines. In describing the installation of the my. Leer said that in the fall of the sets out stakes for the pipes. Where wire is used to hang toe pipe on the posts Are set two or three rods apart sometimes ten rods Lep Naing on the pitch. On All the a Nain lines wire is used on which to hang the pipe. The wire to be stretched very tight so As to avoid sagging. The pipe comes in lengths of four feel seven inches and or. Teer has one main line which brings two Orchardo together and which is i,i>00 Lect in length. All along these Mam lines Branch lines Are attached and to these in turn Are attached other Branch ones making a net work of pipe. The Branch lines Are connected to the main lines by Goose necks they Are called. By the use of the gooseneck and two foot lengths of of act topped at any or. Teer said that he had found by or Chen e that it is advisable to have the lines run on the ea.?t and South sides of the Trees so when the Sun omes up in the morning it will strike toe pipes and prevent them from Rezine. Or. Oils Nee quid of Experiment in a oing sap. He do it at length on a them stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular styles All mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler. 77 main St. Newport it. F. R. Hasting stir Barton it. Returned from medical service Oto seas september it insurance of All Kindi May a insurance age ice Barton. Vermont jo81aha.peab.0n Ritchie amp Colby real estate or. E. H. Nills veterinary office and Hospital East main Street i Greensboro Bend. Tel. 43, Newport a c. Farmer d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Bucko a feed stable m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue Tel. No. 44-4 Barton it. C. E. Jenkins Orleans Vermont estate of Mary Ingalls state of Vermont District of Orleans is. To All persons interested in the estate of trlc7 deed a i Ras Burg. In said Dis a whereas said court a assigned he Aoth Day of january next for examining and of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful c a Manta of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All Persona interested in said estate by publishing this a a a a a a a a a o a a therefore you Are hereby appear at the probate Filce in n a id District at 2 p. A. The Day aligned a it Lowance of a id account if you see cause and to Stab a a of a tee Sand lawful claimants to a id residue. Jim try la a g b. M. Spooner. Register. By the powerful sterilizer deodorant disinfectant Antiseptic. Best thing for the Dairy. It. Bottles $1.00. Gal. Bottles $2.50 batteries no. 6 Columbia igniter 45c dust Bane by the la. Or bbl. Matches 5c Box. 12 boxes for 50c whips Good assortment 25c to $2.00 team whips whip stocks and lashes h. T. Seaver the hardware Man Foley kidney Phis for backache kidneys and bladder r. J. Beeman Censed auctioneer East Hardwick Ven not probate courts special sessions of the probate oort a it be held at the office of f. W. Ralphis. , on the second and fourth Fred us of each month in the afternoon Anda office of k. A. Cook la Orleans. U of afternoon of the third Friday of month. Parties business at Barton or Orleans should no to the judge in Advance that Hema Juteth necessary papers. The probate office at sew por Wurie open every Day except sunday Send Days but those coming from a far As possible. Should make special up poem ments with the court in Advance j e. J. Smith. To Naff. Our sales of rays ready ration Are breaking All records the Price of $75 per ton in sacks $73 in bulk is Low and we will Gulf it tee the Price against decline until or grows. Ray p. Web5ter Barton Vermont if you have not already joined Christmas saving a you had better do so at this this is one of the most popular methods for the saving of Money and this year we Hope to make the club the Best Ever. Barton Vermont Barton savings Bank amp Trust cd j Barton Vermont or a strode or Bank of dependable service Tiff a a a capital surplus and undivided profit. It it it xxx it

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