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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Barton, VermontQuot get Gra toe Monitor Jan Mary 21, 1920 48,000 drugstore Spellit. Five million people use it to kill a Romert k sunbird cold remedy for 20 years in Tablet form use. Sure no a test Breaks up a cold in 24 to Ili rrb a a tit fils a a he genuine Box has a red top with or. Hurs after Vou eat no .ra3 take ii Jonic in stain a relieves Kea w bloat Edga Siv feeling. Stops food Younng Tor a Ine and All stomach miseries Quot so ssh svy rss is a a Tho be t remedy. Tens c Hoo a Kane Sigfid. Only Coutaa cent positively guaranty i Quot found Mcnay. Got Liik Fred d. Pierce. Barton. Vermont commissioners notice estate of Clara l Dwinell til Tuiai i Quot i Ivins been Lippoi cited by i i ourt for the Iii. A a in nigh ii fliers to re Iriti Quot a i the of ruins Natl a Iii i i i a of -1.,., r of a i. Ill Lauri ii til snid let is rift in is exhibited in off set a. I a. Ltd or a Iio ice Htit ave will a i Liro Oie to a i Ita sold. It the Lioi get 1 a. Nye ill the a to ape of a i Striet. On the Ibsh Day of i january i a ii in a a of tune next. J from a p. In. Until 1 o clock p. In. On i each ii . I Tui that six months from a i i t r . Lehi. Is the time i i i Hurt for said kor editors to per to i in Taiin it to for examination . Iwane. Lati in at this 12th Day of Jan. I Lirt. Lerk Marron. V. C. Brown. Oom missioners estate of Lewis j. Ingalls state of Vermont District of Orleans is. I the honorable probate court for t he Dos 1 Triet Afore Iii i to All persons interested in the estate of i a Wii j. Inf Ralls Date of Irasburg in said 1 District deceased. Greeting whereas said court has assigned the i Etc Day of january next for examining i and Allowine the account of the admin is i Irato Rof the estate of said deceased and for i a tee Orthe residue of said estate to the i lawful Ria imn -. Of the same. And ordered i that Public notice thereof be Given to All i person interested in said estate by pul>-1 ush Nathis of or three weeks successively a a a tin Day assigned in the Orleans Iii a newspaper published at i Barton in said District. There Ink you Are hereby no Laed to i office in Newport. In a no two p. the Day assign v Ltd. M. Quot outset the allowance. Use cause and to est a a ii it heirs legatees and to Riili a a a hand this 12th Day of e. M. Spooner Register. / to a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a slams diary a a Saab a sub. Taking about peo it was wrong for 2 fort and peo Pul Genrell was punished for doing so. A he started kidding her amp he sed dont you re Coleck How you used to flirt with me when we seen each other at the a them re roots amp pick icks a she sed yes 1 did fort with you when i was a Yung woman and i surely got my punishment. A sed no More on the Subjeck. Saturday i Tore my Pance As i was playing with Brizz which is my dogs Naim and i ast a 2 so them up but she was Bizzy amp Givore a Needle amp thred amp sed fix it Yure own self. So i started 2 thred the Needle but whenever i tried to put the thred in its Eye it Kinda winked so i got Jakes a to thred it. I sowed it fast to sum clothing which was underneath. Sunday saw a couple of Yung Fokes which was just married amp i sed 2 a dont you hate 2 watch Yung Fokes which is so much in love amp a replied amp sed no i dont mind it much it aint my fault. Ver Moir news the eighth annual conference of m boys is held in Northfield this week january 23-25. The choir ice Cream company of Burlington has asked permission to Vermont produces the largest amount of talc of any state in the Union but the output of new York is of greater value. The Church Street school in Barre recently repaired at a Cost of $2,000, is to become the Home of the american legion Post in that City for a period of ten years at a Cost of $1.00 per year. The building is owned by the City. Officials of the Vermont National Bank of Brattleboro announced the awarding of contracts for rebuilding practically tie whole of the Bank quarters at an expense of Many thousands of dollars. Boston specialists have been engaged to design and superintend the work. Pellet amp Skinner of Brattleboro will do the building work. Reports in the Secretary of office show a total of $96,017. Monday they Stool today to lec sure on the Teeth woman she looked at All our Teeth amp sed they was Only 2 boys in the room which Kep there Teeth Nice. They want me Neether. Tuesday Jane sent me a pome Rote on a peace of paper today. It sed i am dreaming of the fellow which has stole my Hart away but he has a Streek of yellow which is wide As Hudson Bay. She aint getting Enny More of my Candy. Nor gum Neether. Wednesday i went Home from Stool today owning a Black Eye a ast me How did it happen amp i sed it was because i told pug Stevens to cum out in the Yard. That what i told her. Pug sed 2 me if he cart me he was going to punch my face in. I sed cum on out amp do it amp he done it. Did not go to blisters. Thursday saw Jane at Stool and sed 2 her i was sorry i had to miss the party amp she sed of want you there. So i pre soom she didst miss me. Very much. The i states o. 75 was collected from automobile licenses in the first fourteen Days of this month against a Little Over $93,-000 collected in the whole of january 1919. The number of cars registered to the 14h was commercial 3,812, total 4,640 operators licenses 4,057, chaff refs 1,627, total 5,684. The Sawmill of g. D. Griswold inc., of Jeffersonville was burned Friday evening. The Mill had not been running hut a Large boiler had recently been set and from the arrangements to keep the Cement work from freezing the fire is supposed to have started. The loss is heavy. Practically everything was destroyed except the boiler. C. B. Richards the watchman had a narrow escape from being badly burned. The biggest Quarry Deal which has Ever Odbur red in Barre was completed last week when the Boutwell Milne and Varnum company of Montpelier a and the e. L. Smith and co. Of Barre i bought the Quarry land holdings of the James Gazeley estate amounting to about 280 Acnes. The two companies divided the property in about equal parts. The Purchase a Price has not been made Public but \ goes into Many thousand dollars. The Vermont silk company of Brattleboro is the name of the concern just incorporated with a Stock of $25,000. The incorporator Are or Leslie s. Edwards Arthur Simonds and mrs. Edwards All of that place. Ernest a. Reed of Athol mass., a brother of mrs. Edwards formerly of Vernon is behind the project. He is owner of a silk spinning Mill in Athol which employs 40 to 50 hands and As Cai Bonu Coyoty St. Johnsbury is to have a free evening school that will teach shop mechanics typewriting stenography millinery and the Tike. The plan contemplates the holding of classes at the student division at the scale factory and in St. Johnsbury Academy. West Burke Claude Roundy went to his work in Burlington last week. Mrs. Gorham of is Donville was a visitor in town last thursday. Or. And mrs. O. L. Worthen visited Boston the latter part of last week. Mrs. Almon Murray who is very ill remains about the same As last week. Mrs. Clayton Ball has been quite ill during the past week but is improving. Or. R. H. Burke and family of iry v Nutly. Pork in Olden times. Middle Ages. Immense droves of pigs were kept by Charlemagne in his Forest in the ninth Century. Harold Colum was in town several Days last week. Mrs. Mabel Hovey visited her parents or. And mrs. Oscar Bundy the past week. Mrs. Albert Hanna of Barton was about 300 acres of land which in i in town to see her sister mrs Jennie eludes the Peak of mount Killington Vidette who in Verja ill. Bumps recently or -. J let Doyle of St. Johnsbury has been spending a week with her brother and sister l. G. Roundy and mrs. Mears. Mrs. Susie Smith has returned from her Long stay in Somerville and Watertown mass. And is keeping House again for w. E. Roundy. Mrs. Hattie Fairbrother mrs. Emma Way mrs. H. W. Turner mrs. Myrtie Caswell and several children have been visited by the mumps during the past week. Miss. Eva Rosebrooks of East Burke was the guest of mrs. B. D. Gles the latter part of last week. P Ayed several piano solos at the meeting of the woman a club on Friday afternoon. Who e at work in the Bam last Friday afternoon Elmer Coe Felt through a Scottie Hole injuring his Back quite seriously. No Bones were broken and it is hoped he will be about again in a Short time. Or. On mrs. Harrison Orcutt celebrated their Golden wedding last saturday. Their children were All at Home and several other relatives and friends were present to congratulate them and wish them Joy. Joseph Donna aged 57 years died at his Home in Westmore on tuesday of last week. He has been ill for some time with cancer and was a great sufferer. He leaves a delicate wife and eight children Only two of whom Are married. Sutton seventy one years Young National life insurance company of Montpelier starts another year of Progress tors of the inquisition a published in iroc Quot Wius a a a Eri Etuate Toms a 1817, Llu Rente states that in Spain eng two huts of the Green Mountain those who did not like pork were tried club situated on the Long Trail. Or. A by the inquisition As suspected jews. Proctor will be Melnate the Forest i tract in its wild condition although spending the Winter in Burke with its lower slopes will be their daughter mrs. Bert twombly. Or. Farmer of St. Johnsbury was called in Council with or. Blake to see mrs. Jennie Vidette. Or. And mrs. Stephen Chesley Are Maple sugar is sure to be sky High we advise Farmers not to contract but to put it up in Ood Standard Wood packages and hold it for us. We will pay you the very highest Market Price. Our customers Are demanding sugar cooked to a density of at least 240 degrees. We Are also quite extensive dealers in Maple syrup. We use it Here at Morrisville at our caking and Canning Plant. H. Waite amp son Morrisville i. The lumber on Cut off scientifically by the Vermont Sheffield Marble company. Or. Proctor owns a i. The adjoining Peak of Pico which was h. P. Simpson is taking the census Given to him on his 21st birthday by j of the town. His Grandfather the late United Pearl is improving from his states senator Redfield Proctor. Recent illness. Every person connected with the National life insurance company a of Montpelier and this Means every official who has a part in the management of the successful and Gro Wing Vermont organization As Well As every policyholder for he is certainly an element in the Success achieved Mast feel an exultation of Pride in the Seventieth annual statement of the company presented in this paper. It is proper Here to state that the National life is doing business in strict accordance with the Laws of 38 states of the Union. The National life has not a Dollar of insurance risk or investment out Side United states and Canada. The National life is examined by the Vermont state insurance department in accordance with the state Law requiring an examination every five years. The last examination was completed on August 13, 1919, and the examiners report closes with the following statement a that the company a business is generally Well conducted is shown by its growth and the favourable returns to policyholders which Are the result of careful selection of insurance risks Good judgment As to Good investment and economical the National life has a surplus Over All liabilities of $3,422,000, even after valuing its assets at the Market values of dec.31. The National life a pay Anent to policyholders together with the assets now to their credit exceeds ithe amount the policyholders have paid in premiums by Over $13,000,000. Uie National life in 1919 paid its policyholders Over $23,000 a Day for the entire 365 Days of the year. There is every reason to congratulations be Iii extended so successful a Vermont institution. Aroi fid the world in a Day. If anti coi ild Fly in in air plane at a Toady Speed of 1,0.�?�9 Miles an hour and keep i up Fer Twenty four hours and were to Start Westward at noon on the Equator the Sun would not set for you that Day. Hut the Earth would make one Complete revolution under your feet. There is More Catarrh in this Section of the country than All other diseases put together and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribe local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh Medicine manufactured by f. J. Cheney amp co. Toledo. Ohio is a constitutional remedy is taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. One Hundred dollars Reward is gered for any Case that Halls Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. Chenet amp co. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists 75c. Halls family pills for constipation. I i a old Silver $1.05 an v think of it Why not bring it in now and Exchange it for new Good the place where you Bough the ring. Main Street my h Barton a Vermont m wanted Lake Shore property Mountain or Hillside cottage Sites Small farms summer Camp Sites do you want to sell lots on the Shore of a Lake or Pond or accessible Sites on the Elope of a Hill or Mountain affording a Good View and suitable for the location of cottages or bungalows do you wish to sell Small farms or abandoned farms that Are suitable for summer Homes do you wish to dispose of property suitable for k country place for persons of wealth do you wish to place in the Market land suitable for summer Camps or colonies any Vermont property included in the classes mentioned my be advertised free of charge in a Booklet soon to be issued by the Stutey publicity Bureau. The Blanks needed together with directions May be obtained by addressing state pub City Bureau Secretary of states office. Wanted Beech Birch and Maple logs f. O. B. Cars at any station Between Newport and Wells River highest Cash Price for same. For further information Telephone 69 Barton or reply to u s Bobbin amp so Ute co. Willoughby Vermont who can foretell when fire will break out or burglars break in it is always Best to have your valuables protected. Our fire and burglar proof vault is the place for them. Safe Deposit boxes for rent $3.00 and up per year. Central savings Bank and Trust company As a result of the recen Tate a Ghent made by gov. P. W. Clement i relative to the tax rate increase in the towns of Vermont and advocated that i Economy be pursued by the towns in. I the next few years. John m. Ave j 1 tax commissioner has compiled Fig a lures showing what the average tax 1 rate in the 247 towns in Vermont has been for the last five years. They read As follows 1919 2.54 1918 2.36 1917 2.16 j 1916 2.02 1915 1-93 the Secretary of state received in the year 1919 the sum of $12,600 from licenses issued to Vermont merchants who sell Ole Margarine and Blanks Are being sent to the several merchants stating that their licenses have expired that is to say those who have obtained licenses in january last year. There were 504 licenses issued a ast yer a while the largest number obtained was in the month of october when $2,250 was received from the License fees while february was the next Oil Sest month namely $1,500. This Licen a is the matter which several of the merchants who were in the House of representatives last year tried to have eliminated claiming thatt with the High Price of butter it was a marked saving to the people. There were 62 exhibitors at the 23d show of the Vermont state poultry association which was held in St. Albans. There were about 1,000 Birds including exhibitors from Vermont new Hampshire and new York. A the largest exhibitor was Frank l. Nutting of Brandon who had a string of 52 Buff rocks. The next largest was Frejik w. Sault of St. Albans with 51 Rhode Island reds and Light Brama bantams. Among the Birds exhibited was a $1,000 Buff Wyandotte owned by j. J. Dansro of North Clarendon and a $500 Buff Rock Pullet owned by or. No acting which took the $100 cup and All spills at the Boston show last week. D. P. Shove of fall River was the judge. There was keen Competition in nearly every class so keen in some instances that not More than one first prize could be won by any one exhibitor. The judge stated that in the single comb Rhode Island reds he found 1 three pullets which were the Best he had Ever coughed night and Day Joho Vonae Elberton. A. Write a a la it fall when my Orleans it. Peter Simpson has gone to Smith Mills for a few Days. Alden Eastman has purchased a a Ord car of Ash Bros. Mary Phillips has returned to her work in Holyoke mass Inez Sweet has returned to Lowell Wiere he has employment. Charles Snelling is doing As Well As could be expected after his operation and the loss of his leg. Onie Simpson was on the sick list last week Joe Montminy taking his place on the Cream team. Henry Mitchell has taken the town Hall to care for for a year. Henry is a Good Man for the place. Edith Labay of Lyndon has been caring for her sister mrs. Charles Dopp who has been quite ill. Merrill Day and a is Phillips spelled Down the class at the spelling match in the Village school last week. Then my neighbors were Aown win inn Enza i Ioos a severe cold and before i was aware of my Ditino i was Down sick in bed. I coughed Wirht and Day and my Throat a As raw and sore. I got a bottle of Foley a h Oney and tar com a a a a it in two hours. My d got a Dottie of Rodey s took eight Small doses Egan to Iro Prore and in in two hours. My a ii a a a few Days i was As Well ase in my of ii aim Foley a is the Best cough Medicine everywhere. Vermont notes Arthur Platt Howard publisher and editor of the Vermont Advance at Burlington for two or three years and who later operated a Candy store in that City died at new Haven Conn. Last week following an operation for intestinal trouble. Or. Howard at one time atm mayor of the City of Salem mass. The Vermont state treasurer up to and including Jan. 10 has distributed among those persons who went into the Navy army marines and red Cross the sum of $1,102,302.98 and every Day sees a few More coming into the office so that the limit is not known and will not be reached for some time for there Are still so Diers in Europe whose cards have not been sent to the office. Roland e. Stevens of White River Junction Vermont chairman of the near East Relief gives out the Sute ment that to the Appeal for funds but a Small number of contributions have been received but that if a greater number of people do not immediately Aid the worthy cause with their dollars the Vermont Campaign will not be a Success. A this situation a said or. Stevens a is anything but heartening. Vermonters responded so quickly and so generously one year ago it seems strange that there has not been a More ready response to the Appeal just made. Hope to see the situation change in the next few Days for i cannot believe that vermonters will turn a deaf ear to this renew your sulm eruption promptly. a famous for its a Rve ious motor thousands choose the Chandler dispatch to any admirers of the Chandler six choose the Chandler dispatch. For two years this Model has outsold All other cars of the so called sport Type. Its popularity is one of the High spots in motor Dom. The new series dispatch is a Snappy handsome car seating four adults in perfect Comfort. It is of most Beautiful design and finish mounted on the Standard Chandler Chassis famous for its mechanical exc ence. You Are asked to pay much More for cars which might perhaps be compared with the Chandler. And Ches cars sell for but Little less. Six splendid body types seven Pius end or tour it car sis95 four passenger roadster. $1899 Pomr passenger dispatch car $1975 seven passenger Sedan $2895 four passenger Coupe 12795 Umo Usine $3395 a Natl prices f. O. B. Cleveland Barton Auto Exchange Chandler motor car company Cleveland Ohio

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