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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Barton, VermontPage eight a Iii i Wii we pay two the Monitor july 28, 1920 a pad him amp company inc. Printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Bartok. Yermont i wired every wednesday and he tiered at the Post office in Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer. Local manager North Troy. Vermont Lafaed every thursday and entered at the Post office in North Troy As second class matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey. Local Mana 57 main Street Newport. Vermut issued every h riday and entered at the Post office in Newport As second Cleta matter. Subscriptions any paper $2.00 per year 6 months $1.00 press cupping Dale three to one. Rutland Herald. On the East Side. Gibson and Trainor Are supposed to be on the Point of opening up a speaking Campaign. John Gordon certainly wont be stopped from Public conversation and Porter Dale is omitting extensive remarks and amputating logs of firewood by the Sawmill process. From what i could gather. I should be inclined to give Dale Essex Orleans and Caledonia counties Gordon Washington county Orange com to. No Many a land Windsor county Trainor Windham county Gibson. Of course speaking campaigns m Barre. Montpe or. St. Johns Barton and Newport might something against Gordon and i be but i should not be surprised if the final line up were along the lines suggested herewith. Emery rapidly gaining ground Barre times some of those who Are talking critics make the assertion quite boldly All subscriptions payable in Advance contest for the Republican and All papers discontinued when nomination for governor of Vermont time expires Joes Between Curtis s. Emeji of new port and f. H. Babbitt of Bellows advertising the views of the chronic kicker and fault finder have less weight an those of any other adult element of the human race. ,. ,. ,. When he thinks he is kicking his town he generally finds that he is kicking himself instead. Port Ana r. N. To. Falls Frank w. Agan of Ludlow not cd of thank ,60c. Resolution. 1 Riding notices 15c j Een All but eliminated from consider per insertion. Cl�ss�4.1 action. It is significant because when terms at top of classified column j a a Emery first entered the contest be rates apply he War it seriously by display advertising rates for any Down state pol itkins paper upon application. Resolutions of Merit the Baptist state convention at its who Are supporting either Babbitt or Hartness. Evidently or. Emery has been making considerable Progress during the last few weeks air a Man is becoming known and the claim recent meeting in Newport adopted a about his being a perpetual office series of resolutions the contents of i Holder is being suede Fly Jefat which a not yet been Given the pub i a a to a he he in fixity which they deserve. The com brought against or. Emery is that Mittee which drafted the resolutions he has held More than one office in his consisted of no less than seven promo Long and useful career sent clergymen and laymen and it is Camp possibilities unlimited. Interesting to note they were passed Barre times unanimously. A Vermont possibility that is being this i rather an in rant Point Ira he a is Isnit sorted once the resolutions uttered no in by nature and geographical surround certain voice on some most important i Ings for the establishment of sum matters both ecclesiastical and Politi Mer vacation Camps for ral. It is not necessary to read Bo-1 parts a to he Stu Chieny tween the lines to get at the mean i be Lake and Pond shores but some ing of the various recommendations i times in the regions where land at and endorsements. And if the Mem traction furnish the greatest induce Mont follows out the spirit of these resolutions something is bound to happen that May Well cause serious reflection in some quarters. The resolutions take up to Date ground on the question of Ove churched communities a approving the method used by the evangelical a Hurches in affiliating in the Over churched communities a thus saving the duplication of pastoral care the elimination of needless whatever May be said of conditions elsewhere evidently the baptists of Vermont recognize that human beings Are More valuable than creeds and conservation of resources is preferable to segregation of sects. The Resolution on the inter Church world movement is absolutely fair rendering Honor where Honor is due going on record As heartily sympathetic with the spirit of the movement and recording its conviction of the Christian spirit at the Bottom of to in scheme. The Resolution a heartily endorses the spirit of Christian cooperation which gave Conception to and by which was builder the inter Church world movement and further a that we As a convention recommend and endorse further cooperation and reorganization upon sane at this time when there has been thoughtless slander of one of the greatest the most far sighted schemes for world evangelization that has Ever been conceived it is refreshing to read the utterances of men who have been in close touch with the inter Church movement and who know the True inwardness of the plan men who recognize the mistakes that have been made but who also magnify the devout spirit and the Christian Conception of the whole program. The tenth Resolution on the in Fin Cement of prohibition is however Hie most unmistakable of them All the Resolution hits the Nail on the Bead and Thea clinches it after it a driven in. It Calls not Only for the enforcement of Law but Points out that the Only Way to get it is to elect men to office who Are pledged to enforce the same. The Resolution is not a wet a it is not even it is not in favor of a enforcing the Law until we get it it does not even squint at the fallacy that the Federal government has put a one Over in the people of it brands As slanderous and unmitigated non Mise the statement that a the 18th amendment for Federal prohibition j the Fame of Vermont As a place for vacation and recreation is being sent broadcast Over the Eastern Section of the country. Naturally enough the parents of the Young people Are Likely to turn their course toward Vermont in order to make visits of inspection if not to remain for a considerable period in the Vicinity of the Camps while their Young people Are enjoying the life in the open. Vermont lends itself to this sort of vacation life unusually Well and these Camps Are expected to multiply during the next few years. There is a Fine Chance for business development along this line. Motor travel in two states Barre times vermonters who travel Over the new Hampshire roads say that Stod Bates roads Are High class compared to the neighbor states. Doubtless the new Hampshire people have a similar record. There Are some roads in Vermont which Are Superior to the Best in new Hampshire for the reason that new Hampshire after building a splendid system of trunk lines did not pay close enough attention to their Upkeep. One of the Vermont roads we have in mind is in the Connecticut Valley Highway through the town of Guil All in. Northeastern Vermont. We do not know whether commissioner Bates had anything to do with the construction of this Highway but we Are ready to assert that it is a finely constructed Road As Good As anyone could ask for. From the Lunenburg line North to Maidstone this main Highway is a motorists Delight so smooth and free from the a a washboard effect is it. In fact barring a few stretches the entire River drive northward from Lunenburg to the Canadian line is very satisfactory while the scenery along the route is calculated to rest and Delight the Motorist. Those who have been using the new Hampshire Side of the River do not realize what Good things they have been missing on the Vermont Side. Denies a a too close labor associations. Or. Editor in a recent editorial you made certain comments on me As a candidate for Congress. You classed me among a men of More or less Radical types or single Issue men.�?�. I do not know whether you intended i should be classed among the Radical Torpes or the single Issue men and i am at a loss to know Why you make your further said a Gordon is kno to be closely associated with labor and if it is correctly recalled sought honors from the democrats a few Spears if you incan that a Farmers boy who worked on a farm until he was 20 and during his vacations while at College was closely a Socia ted with labor i confess to the charge. If you mean to in Sumate that i am one who is too closely associated with labor to take a fair View of other questions i deny the charge. I can see no ground on which you can base such a charge. When i was a Republican St senator in 1910 i introduced a working Many a compensation Law and an act to modify the old fellow servant doctrine. The United states government had already passed a Sii Mur Law to modify that doctrine which Gladstone More than 30 years ago denounced As barbarous. As Early As 1904 or. Roosevelt had advocated the working Many a compensation Law and in 1910 nearly 30 countries had adopted it. In 1914 our own state adopted it and it is working satisfactorily. In fact it was passed with the consent of both the employers and labourers. At the time i introduced the working Many a compensation Law i also introduced a Bill for deferring strikes and lockouts containing substantially the same provisions As the Esch Cummings Bill recently passed by a Republican Congress. Since 1896 i have voted the Repov lican ticket both state and National and sought no honors from the democratic party. Before that i had voted for or. Cleveland but i had also void for Reou Bucan governors. Such is the sum and substance of my offending if i have offended. Yours very truly. A John w. Gordon. Barre Vermont. July 22, 1920. Vermonters Greet governor Coolidge thursday july 15th, was a big Day at Plymouth when 3000 ver Gat Home and paid tribute to Calvin Coolid governor of Massachusetts a native son of Vermont and Republican candidate for vice president. John c. Coolidge. Father of gov. Coolidge was the Host of the occasion looking Hale and Hearty despite his years. Harding o. Coolidge of Rutland a relative of the candidates who combines two great names in his own fell in with the Coolidge clan in the Parade which was a feature of the preliminary Jollif cation. The serving of lemonade was directed and supervised by the head of the House one of the features thereof being the stirring of the Cooling and refreshing beverage by Means of a new axe handle. The father of gov. Coolidge Lead Quot the Parade which included Over 3000 guests. They passed the a Are Viering stand under a Plymouth Elm where ski Velmor and mrs. Coolidge stood. Governor Coolidge was introduced by Earle s. Kinsley Republican National committeeman As a a Vermont a most distinguished son and the next vice president of the United cheers greeted governor Coolidge and he was greeted by a rousing Welcome. His address in part follows a my guests and fellow vermonters. I want to thank you few the reception you have tendered me today. I want to thank you for coming in such numbers and i am glad of the respect and compliment your visit has Given me. I am Here by right of birth. Vermo Ift is my Birthright and a Noble and High Birthright for All to have and living up to it entails a very great Obelisa Tion. A in these mountains in these Brooks hurrying Dom to the sea in lakes shining like Silver in their done to kick your town. Morrisville messenger there a no better evidence of a commendable Community spirit than that of loyalty to a town in which a person lives. If a town a a Worth living in it is Worth defending and supporting in its Effort to Advance with the rest of the world. Yet in almost every Community you will fed Ople who can see Noth n that though it Good in can lat Tho surroundings. Not recognize the fact by be Humble it yet is Home that it has clothed Skiem fed them and cared for them in sickness and in health and has furnished them friends who have been steadfast and True. They magnify its imperfections and was forced through Congress and the spread Clouds wherever they go. State Legislatures by a powerful and often make life miserable for Tai possible of respiration operating the Essie a through paid agents with unlimited j but there is a brighter Side to this and in so Many wors it Story. A a is a a resolved that we As a con the abuse these shortsighted so Tion appreciating the moral vie ens tory As a result of the adoption of ears the prohibition amendment hereby their neighbors and friends know assure the authorities of our moral. Are As people who rapport in its maintenance and that 5���i valuable citizens up wion their place Quot of Amsilly Falls upon unsympathetic far dispositions have been warded a a a dilates for Public office m younger Days possibly through no a win pledge themselves to the sup partic a fault of their own. A Art of the 18th amendment and the to a a Quot Iti isms Are listened to with Kwa enacted for Ita a patience but Are for a eau arcement. Gotten about As soon As uttered. Peen set tag and Fields cultivated by Bram and brawn of Man is a place of rest. Yonder schoolhouse a Monument to popular education the Church Pross the Way by position and size 18 a Symbol of the temporal and eternal. It ministers to the reverent. Commissioners notice estate of Zaidee a. Skinner the and Erslund having in appointed by 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 Katdee e. Skinner late of Barton in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the impose aforesaid at the office of Harry Dickens in the Village of Orleans in said District on the 28rd Day of August and 28rd Day of october next from 10 of clock a. A. Until 7 of clock p. A. On each of said Days and that six months from the 18th Day june a. . Is the time limited by said oort for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Orleans. A to a this 28rd Day of b. O. Smith. 80-8s . Estate of Carrie e. Kor state of Vermont District of . The honorable probate oort for the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of Carrie e. Kerr late of Craftsbury in said District deceased. Greeting whereas said oort has assigned the Juth Day of August next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said deceased and for n decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned. In the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper pub appear in said District at 10 a m. On the Day assigned. Then and there to contest the allowance of said account if Yon see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my band this Sard Day of july. Imu. 30-8j b. Spooner. Register for Sale Hose Wagon two horse reel Wagon body could be substituted american la France make lamps bar axe Etc. Elegantly painted Nickle trimmed strongly built would Jost $1500 new. Price $250. Wagoner Tel study Baker. Seats 17 adults canopy top suitable for schools or inn Good order Well painted. Price $100. Mountain Wagan four horse has been in actual use on Yosemite routes thorough Brace Hung jus he thing for a Mountain House. Once $200. Mountain Wagon two horse Hung on Springs otherwise same As above. Price $100. E. F. Gebhardt Shelbume. It. Desertion notice whereas my wife Mildred Benoit has left my bed and Hoard without just cause or provocation. I hereby forbid anyone trusting or harbouring her on my account after this Date Dward Benoit. Dated at Orleans. A to a this la the Day of july. Lao. 2$m�p estate of Mary s. Joslyn state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. To All persons interested in the estate of Mary s. Joslyn late of Barton in said District deceased. Greeting at a probate court. Holden at Newport within and for said District on the 7th Day of july Inayan instrument purporting to be i he last will and testament of Mary s. Joslyn late of Barton in said District deceased. presented to the oort aforesaid for probate. And it is ordered fit said oort that the 3bth Day of August. 1. At k. A. Of oks a iffy Lee in said District at 8 o clock p. A. Be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks Neces steely in the Orleans county time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and to contest the probate District. This 7th Day of july. Two. b. S Poon e r. Register. Estate of William h. Davis state of Vermont District Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the i strict aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of William h. Davis late of Glover. Imwald District deceased. Greeting whereas said court has assigned the is today of August next for examining and allowing the account of the executor of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the Lai us claimants of the same and ordered Tea Dubuc notice thereof be Given to All Persona interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks Suncee sylvely previous to the Day assigned. Inthe Orleans i county Monitor a newspaper in blushed at Barton. In said District. Therefore Yon Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in n of said account if you see cause and to is to Blush your right As heirs legacies and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my band this 28th Day of july. Its. >"8 b. Spooner. Register. Commissioners notice estate of Ethel m. Sawyer by the honorable probate oort District of Orleans. Commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Ethel m. Sawyer late of Barton in said District deceased and All claims exhibited Iii offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the store of twombly a Colton in the Village of Orleans in said District on the the Day of gust and a Day of january next from 2 of clock p. A. A null 4 of clock p. Mon each of said Days and that six months from the 8th Day of july. A. 1920. Is the time limited by said oort for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Barton. I. This my Day of july a. A. 1920. G. J. Gross. . Twombly 29-81 commissioners. Commissioners notice estate of James a. Batten by 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 James a. Batten late of Greensboro in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the store of b. O. Davis and son in the town of Greensboro. In said District on the Aoth Day of july and 24th Day of december next from 1 of clock p. Until 4 of clock p. My a on each of said Days and that six months from the ssh Day of june a. A. 1920. Is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Greensboro it. This 9th Day of june a. D., 1920. A. O. Chase Wesley r. Oole. 28-so commit Ioner notice estate of lather k. Witham the undersigned having appointed by the honorable probate court for the distr Lotof Orleans commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of lather k. Witham late of Irasburg in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of the town the town of Irasburg 1 n said District on the Soth Day of july and 10th Day of nov. Next from to of clock a. A. A null 8 of clock p. A. On each of said Days and that six months from the lot Day of May a. D., 1920. Is the time limited by said court for i said creditors to present their claims to us for exam i nation and allowance. I ted at iras Lairg. Vt.thls8thday of july. A 1090 f. Sears. . Carpenter. 28-80 a it is a great heritage to be reared Here among these Hills Given to Thrift and a Dustin and All amp to is noblest and Best. The schools Are doing is noblest away with ignorance and aggression inspiring reverence that ought to be there with the works of nature All Aronni the Young men attend school in order to they May understand the Edu tonal advantages of Law and order the privilege of being americans and of going on As americans faithful to themselves and to al Mankind a it was something of a political gathering congressman Porter h. Dale and Ernest w. Gibson following each thoughtful picture Man grouped candidates for go it Velmor Emery. Hart Babbitt together and picture amid is ass is ass my w1� with 1�?o constantly falling to cur Able pronounced it incur Able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a air. Take Hall s family Piti. Tor Eola Patlon estate of Wulliam s. Mcdowell state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to the heirs and All persons interested in the estate of William h. Mcdowell late of Brownington in said District deceased greeting whereas. Applied lob hath been made to this court in writing by the executrix of the estate of said William 8. Mcdowell praying for License and authority to sell All of real estate of said deceased for the payment of debts and charges of administration setting Forth therein Ahe amount of debts due a rom said deceased the charges of administration and the amount of per estate and the Slot anon of the real is whereupon the said court appointed and sled tee 18th Day of August 1920. At to probate office in Export in Eadd l3ln-Trlct, at 10 o clock a. M., to hear and de de a a a petition and or dered Pauc notice thereof to be Given to All Persona interested therein by put lab ing said order together with the time and in the Orleans count Monitor a news or which circulates in the neighbors of the pers is interested in said estate All Thor Pforr. You Are hereby notified to oort. At the time and . Then and there la said court to make your objections to the Gnu Tom such Toense in you see cause. In said a Register. Newport a Striet. This a re Day o july. Fillo. >-8f b. Spooner be 25 men wanted for steady work in veneer my a Good living conditions schools and churches. Sali Sci y a a to circa o without loss of pay. Commissioners notice estate of Richard Neill the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the distr Lotof Orleans. Oom mi88ioner8. To receive examine and adjust the claims and Dena ands of All persons against the estate of Richard Neill late of Albany in said i sect. Deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto. Hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the residence of a. O. Cheney. In the v in of Albany it. In said District on the 12th Day of july and 10th Day of nov. Next from 11 o clock a. A. Until 2 o clock p. My a on each of said Days and that six month a from tee 16ih Day of May a. D., 19201s the time 11m-ited by a court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. A a i Albany. It. This 8th Day of july. O. Hitchoock. A. O. Chene s-80 commissioners. Or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate of Ontario veterinary College phone 138-11 Davis livery stable metropolitan life ins. Co. Branch of ii a Newport it. Henry w. Bernard dept supt. Cleon w. Seaver agent. Harry e. Drown agent lanes blk. Rufus w. Spear general insurance Agency assistance in probate matters including preparation of probate accounts or. Harry f. Hamilton dental surgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit l. H. Mclver d. O. S. Specialist in optometry appointments can be made by mail or phone for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Optical supplies of All kinds and repairs made. Phone 332-2 Renihan Block Newport it a. C. Farmer d. V. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Bucko a feed stable Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school Newton mass studio 783 East main so Newport e. H. Howe successor to Hove amp Stowe real estate Newport Tel 175 roots Block Jervah amp Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All kinds a phones j. J. Workins 153-2 f. A. Jervah 18 notice inside and outside painting paper hanging Bell phone 13-12. P. J. Guertin Kocna Fred d. Pierce Barton. Larm Aee Aea we James Wallman warranty deed dated 11. 1919, and recorded in the land i said Glover in Book 17, Page 481, a Rah Ford co. Richford al r. J. Beeman Censed auctioneer East Hardwick notice persons Are Here fold Glyde Fox. 29-81p estate of Ellak a. Norton state or Vermont District 01 Orleans is. Trs a a a a w a be estate of Glover in said Dis greeting als Mants of the same and ordered the amp to Tel Ren interested in said estate by a of Ihling order three weeks Renee Mcvely Prev Lons to a Aid Aero not if Yon see ease. And to Stab a a a 8th Day of june b. Spooner. Reg Star state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court. For the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of Annie Agnes Wallman of Glover. Insane. Greeting whereas application in writing hath been made to this court by the guardian of Annie Agnes Wallman for License to sell the real estate of said Ward Viz being the interest of said Ward in the farm deeded to James Wallman by f. He october records of Page 481, said land and premises situated in said Glover. Rep resenting that the Sale thereof for the Pur pm a of patting the proceeds of such Sale at interest or investing the same in stocks 01 other real estate or using the avails thereof for the Benefit of said Ward As the Lav directs would be beneficial for said Ward. Whereupon the 6ald court appointed the 5th Day of August. 1920. Office in Newport in said a clock a. A. To hear and de Ipp application and ordered that Dubue notice thereof to be persons interested therein by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans county Mon newspaper published at Barton which circulates in the neighbourhood of those persons interested therein All of which Pobu nations shall be previous to the time appointed for hearing. Appear Jerore Sala court at the time and Niace for eld then and there in said Cha a to tee Uto of such License if Yao j m. Blake met Barton it. A i a a Oviok hours 11 a a let i sunday and by a c. A. Cramt0n7r it is Harry Dickens a Nerel insurance and office a phone 33-4. Orleans Vermont j g. S. Courser Vocu Oiler Taber South Albany Vermont . Drew. So. Licensed Acuti Oxee satisfaction to Granteed f. R. Hastings . Barton it. Returned from medical Terrice or seas september lit insure once of All Kadi May a insurance Agency Barton Vermont Josiah a. Peak80s, m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue Barton it. Tel. No. 44-4 probate courts each month in the afternoon and at the office of e. A. Look Orleans a the afternoon of the third Friday of Ead month. Parties desiring to transact prolate business at Barton or Orleans should not the judge in Advance that he tray Tom ten a a up Teter office at Newport a open every Day except Sundayman Oliou Quot Days but those coming from far As possible should make special a poll ments with the court in Advance. E. J. Smith. Judy. Or. E. H. H1ll5 veterinary office end hc�pi1aettl Tel 43, Newport a them stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular Styli All mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler 77 main St. Newport it Given under my hand at Newport. Day of july. 1928. »-81 b. Spooner. Reg in said for Sale harnesses whips Bloke to halters strap work of kinds Carriage lamps. Spokes. Chamois sloans Lime to tuttles elixir medicines Ura Box per Fly killer guaranteed to kill be flies some second hand machinery one Cream sepia Tor nearly new. Good time to have Nesses repaired and oiled a Glover harness shop. W. Johnson a a Vermont Trust estate of Tracy c Mui state of Vermont dirt let of Orleans is. The dlr to All whereas said fourth fined la in pm blushed at Barton in said in strict. A a b. Spooner. Register. 6vit achieved by handling Many and varied matters Over a period of Many years works continually for the advantage of our customers. You Are invited to Avail yourself of our experience your own Benefit and that of others in whose welfare a 5 Are interested. Barton savings Bank amp Trust co Barton Vermont new Deposit boxes to rent at moderate rates and inspect them. A oooo Oroon Cau

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