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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor 49_j\o. 9barton, Vermont wednesday March 3. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advertising a erred under this in for first insertion than to panty be for Sale Quot to Riales one five horse in wer Tor cheap. Chris Bell Irasburg. 6tf for let pair Grey horses five cars old. Weigh 2700. Adolph . 2xed�?by March 15th. Furnished room or room and Board in private family. Inquire at this office. Udies fur Lin coat sire extra Fine coat and sold Low. Mrs. A. R. Robinson Barton it. 50tf a for Ford 1 second hand Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Would Exchange for cows. Charles Bellway Orleans. 38tf for heifers to freshen in Early Spring and ten yearling heifers All holsteins and Well marked. Tuberculin tested. P. D. Walker., for sale�?50 cords about three cars dry four foot Wood at r. R. Siding u Miles North of Newport. $8.50 per Cord f. O. B. Cars. Guy Courser West Glover. 7tf for Village Home. A Fine Home for someone in Evansville. House and Bam in Good condition also a Henhouse 17 acres of land with some $700 Worth of lumber and Wood. It will easily carry three cows and a horse. J. Turcott Orleans r. D. 1 twp for Sale new and secondhand electric motors 1 h. P. To 5 h. Immediate delivery new Eden washing machines $115 with swinging wringer $125, Cash Price electric flatirons $4.90 electric toasters $590. E. Nichols Barton it. Village meeting next week be annual Barton Village meeting will be held m seavers Hall tuesday evening of next week As officially warned. Several articles of special interest sides the u 5ual routine read As follows 10. To see if the Village will vote to pay the members of the fire department 25 cents for each attendance at monthly Roll Call also to see How much the Village will vote to pay the members per hour while attending fires. 11. To see if the Village will vote to pay into the town Treasury 15% of its 1920 Highway fund to be expended on the highways outside the two incorporated villages. 12. To see if the Village will vote to Amend chapter two article two lines one and two of the Village bylaws so they will read a no person shall drive with a horse team or Carriage bicycle motorcycle or automobile upon any sidewalk except to Cross the same 13. To see if the Village will vote to Annex two pieces of land belonging to f. W. Comstock and f. S. Whitcher respectively situated North of Barton Village and East of the Highway leading to Orleans the trustees having complied with the statutes relative to annexation. 14. To see if the Village will vote to ratify the action of the trustees in making a special reduced rate for electric current both for Power and lighting to Fairbanks and Redfield Woolen manufacturers and to Wes Sel. Nickel amp Gross manufacturers of piano actions. 15 to see if the Village will vote to ratify the action of the trustees and water commissioners in agreeing to extend the water and sewerage system to the proposed Woolen Mill of Fairbanks amp Redfield. 16. To see if the Village will vote to raise Money to pay for the Exten Tion of said water and sewerage ays tem. Past matrons. O. E. S. Honoured past matrons and patrons night was observed by Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S. At their last regular meeting. Mrs. Florace k. Pierce p. G. And f. W. Cutting g. P. Presiding in the East. The other chairs were taken by past matrons and patrons As far As possible. The work was exemplified in a very impressive manner having four candidates. Or. Cutting was called upon for remarks. He responded by giving a description of his recent trip to Chicago returning by a Southern route which was of much interest As he visited several o. E. S. Chapters and the Gand chapter of Tennessee held in Nashville and was made an honorary member of the grand chapter of the state of Tennessee. Mrs. Pierce and or. Baldwin p. G. And p. G. P. Also made remarks which were pleasing and profitable. All returned to their Homes feeling that this meeting was one of the Best and that we should have a meeting of this kind every year. Camp Westmore adjudged bankrupt notice is Given that on the 15th Day of february Camp Westmore company inc., was duly adjudicated a bankrupt and the first meeting of its creditors will be held at the municipal court room in Newport on the 8th Day of March at one of clock in the afternoon at which time and place said creditors May attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt authorize the Sale of any and All of the property of the bankrupt at Public auction or private Sale or in such other manner As they May deem Wise and transact such other business As May properly come before the meeting. County court. March term of Orleans county court will open tuesday March 9, 1920. Following is the Calendar of trials Morrillos estate probate Appeal. Joseph Cyr v. A. C. Chase Replevin s. A. Scott v. Ernest Roy Trover. Joseph Cyr v. A. G. Perry tort. Annie Bachand v. W. T. Powers contract. Leroy p. Russell v. William e. Brock tort. Winnifred l. Squires a Claude l. Shufelt tort. O. B. Willard v. James Dodge Replevin. O. B. Willard v. James Dodge tort. The Monarch evaporator co. A f. Tracy tort. Wilfred Girardin v. Everett. Hill Replevin. I George a. Griggs v. Sarah Mitchell ejectment. Edmund Gardner and Effie Gardner William and Valerie Girardin contract. C. W. Seaver v. F. Elkins apr to. Contract. J. F. Wright v. Ben Rexford contract. Leroy p. Russell v. We. E. Brock tort. Moses e. Elkins adm a. V. Ralph a. Hardy it al ejectment. Zarroli e. Jenkins v. Camp West More co. Inc. And trustee contract. B. F. Amp h. L. Jackman v. Camp Westmore co. A o. Stone amp son v. Camp West More contract. The Monarch evaporator co. V. F. Tracy tort. George and Philip m. Marcou v. Henry Ai Clovis Vigneault contract. South on the Railroad track but meeting its death when the Helper struck the animal. Their Oyster supper Friday evening despite the bad weather. F. W. Cutting cooked the oysters which were Prono iced extra Fine by everyone. The rest of the Kitchen Crew was made up of f. S. Whitcher Geo. King and. F. Batchelder while the waiters both a phones. 2tf for Sale it is settled that Wesel Nickel amp Gross manufacture a of a a Una actions Fairbanks and Redfield manufacturers of woolens the Domald manufacturing co., Man fact vers of nine pins Are a sure thing in Barton. Real estate is sure to Advance i offer for Sale two Story House two tenements and Bam High Street. Two tenement House with Bam on Glover Street. Three Tene wit House and a am on Lakeview Avenue. F. W. Baldwin Barton. 7-10. Wanted poultry. Won. Eriek late wanted Good tenement for Razall family. Inquire at this office. 9tf wanted three wry work. S. E co Willoughby it. Girls for fac Bobbin amp shuttle 6tf go for general housework. Small it Tuzy. Mrs. A. R. Robinson bar 6tf wanted hard and softwood Lawrence Mill at Glover w. E. Hanson Barton. 3tf Wax ted Calfskin and All kinds a junk. E. Sockol Barton. Tel. 42tf to buy one or two of horses. I also have some Labeau. Or phone 58-32. Twp 8tf or woman for Gen work m restaurant. No cooking Bart it party. Normally wanted in the i Quames by Vermont company Proctor Vermont work Good wages. 5-17 Calfskin carcass junk. T kinds of , War a Ork competent and butter and a reasonable Baet. Adams East Man to with grading milk. Full charge of man�0 Ottar it ledge of a Plant Quot added o salary and experience. For Woodsville. No. 3w a Greet a lots on Glover King f. French Barton or Geo. --8tf to rent Barton local notes w. Burrows is among the sick ones. Miss Phyllis Urie is Home from Dean Academy. Charles Webster is suffering with blood Poison in one hand. The w. C. T. Will meet with mrs. A. P. Underwood March 9th. Gainer of Essex n. Y. Was a recent visitor in town. Miss Fanny t. May is confined to the House with a mild Case of grip. Mrs. W. Benware is absent from the drug store on account of illness. Or. And mrs. J. S. Chesley who have been quite ill Are improving. Iss Bernice Hamblet is absent from the Bank on account of illness. Miss Ethel Hogg of Lyndon Vule spent the week end with miss Gladys Masure. Mrs. Lillian Benware is absent from the fierce drug store because of illness. Remember the past masters night of Orleans Lodge no. 56 f. And a. Friday evening. Althea Norris of Orl is is the guest of her aunt mrs. Brun Ning for a few Days. A Rev. A. Turner is numbered among the sick ones being unable to occupy his pulpit sunday evening. The woman a literary club will hold their Musicale with mrs. Ruto we sur wednesday evening March 3. Hear the new Victor records for March. New songs demonstrated on the Victrola. Lang a jewelry store. 1 w. G. Perley has completed Chan in toe Baldwin Block and is moving his goods to his new quarters this week. Mrs. D. P. Mclellan has been substituting As teacher in the High school. Or. Lyon who has been ill with mumps has returned to school. Mrs. James Scott was recently called to Albany by toe Senous ill nes of her daughter mrs. Lynn Anderson who is reported better. Mrs. Fred Kinsey of it Hartford conn., has been spending Sev eral Days with her parents or. And mrs. F. S. Whitcher. Mrs. Ina Nye Raney has arrive from Bellows Falls to assist Muring for her sister mrs. L. E. Mason who is u1 with toe grip. Mrs. Frank Seavey of Brownington came monday evening to care for her son Amherst who was ill the Home of or. And mrs Andrew twombly a horse belonging to e. J. Became frightened thursday Runng f. B. Tower has been confined to a were e. J. White Ralph King w. P. The House for nearly a week on a Barrows Neil Gardner Harold Carter c. A. Barrows a. S. Drew Dean my count of sickness. There Are several ill in norbit Labou Tityk a family on High Street. Mrs. S. B. Cowles is caring for the baby at her Home. Mrs. W. Chappell of Elm Street who has been ill for several Days with influenza died wednesday morning of pneumonia. Burial will be at West Burke on Friday. There will be no funeral Here on account of the quarantine. Barton is having a regular i Demic of hard colds grip and Ofiu Enza Call it whatever you will. Very few of the cases Are dangerous but the number of sick probably outnumbers the number at any other time this Winter. March came in Uke a lion and the closing Days of february were also lion like thermometers registering As Low As 28 degrees below saturday morning. However a essay and wednesday Are somewhat Milder in temperature. The ladies society of the congregational Church invite toe Fri is of or. And mrs. George h. Gorham to an informal reception at the Church Parlours monday March 8th from 2 until 9 of clock p. M., in Honor of their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Ralph. Shatney and Evelyn a Thorp a graduate of Barton Academy were married at the Home of or. And mrs. W. S. Hibbard where miss Thorp has made her Home for several years sunday by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. After a Short trip they will reside in gloves Lloyd and Roy Smith sons of f. J. Smith have bought the Barton bakery of or. St Onge taking Poss Ion March 1. Both boys Are experienc Bakers and with Quali goods wll find a Market for much Bakers goods. They will serve lunches and Are and dog a Small line of groceries and canned goods. The body of Belle Folsom a sister of h. A. Folsom was brought Here from Waterbury saturday with Bunal the South Barton cemetery sunday afternoon. Miss Folsom had been in the state Asylum for 33 years and was 53 years old. A simple payer service at the House by Rev Ner was held. Monotony of town meeting broken by dog. Tuesdays town meeting was one of the quietest and shortest on record All business connected with the 24 articles being disposed of before 12 of clock and not so much As a Ripple of excitement was Manifest during the meeting. There was considerable merriment when a dog loudly voted a a Aye on putting w. W. Reirden into the office of town agent. O. Moss Man Rose to say that the dog was his and that he was ashamed of the Way it voted while or. Reirden suggested that perhaps or. Hamblet in putting the motion did not make it Clear just what they were voting for whereupon or. Hamblet declared the question was Clear but he doubted whether All voting were Legal voters. The affair caused rounds of laughter. In the a Sene of miss May town clerk c. E. Hamblet acted As temporary clerk. A change from the usual course of electing Road commissioners was made when the vote to have the selected men appointed was carried. The town tax was raised from 60 to 70 cents and the town school tax from 85 cents to $1.15. The usual $1000 was voted for permanent Highway work to be matched by the state $300 was voted for the Library and $50 for the town g. A. R. Posts for the proper Celebration of memorial Day. There was no opposition to exempting the two concerns of Wessell Nickel amp Gross and Fairbanks amp Redfield who expect to locate in Barton. Emery out for governor nex it Man throws hat into ring with Babbitt and Hartness. Curtis s. Emery of Newport has announced his candidacy is follows. I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor of Vermont. The issues which rightly claim the attention of the voters and upon which i May have something to say at a later Date include 1. A genuine Effort to curb state expenses. 2. Further. Encouragement of agriculture which is Vermont a chief Reliance. 3. The development of the Industrial possibilities and natural resources of Vermont which Are Large and promising. 4. A sane but progressive Highway policy not in the interest of the few but for the Benefit of All the people of the state. 5. A Square Deal for labor. 6. The maintenance of a High Standard in our schools in which there should be As nearly As Equality of educational Opportunity provided for All a condition which cannot obtain from too great centralization and with inadequate pay for teachers. 7. Continuance of the recognition of Vermont a obligation to her returned soldiers. C. S. Emery. Farm Bureau notes. Be cautious in applying come trial fertilizer in 1920. C. S. Emery is a customs broker the term of exemption was for ten Newport and was the City a first mayor. He has been prominently g. A. Huny Uhrey refused to serve a identified with the development of As overseer of the poor As did a. A Newport was a Leader in War work Patten and Fred May refused to act for the county and has been a Man of on the Board of selectmen. Officers affairs in the state for years. U., ----.1stanton Emery was bom in As elected will be found in another column. Prisoner escapes jail Lellan and. A. Pearson. A message was received Here the last of the week announcing the death of Horace Gilman at his Home in Campton n. He was a former resident brother of Charles and the late Harry Gilman of Westmore and has several Sisters living. He married Leora Cass daughter of the late or. And mrs. George Cass and they resided in town some years. He is survived by his widow and one son with whom he lived. The funeral was held sunday at the Home and burial was in Woodsville n. H., where two daughters were buried some years ago. Brookfield november 6, 1861. He Wai educated in the Public schools of i Brookfield and Chelsea and Chelsea i Academy. In 1884 he married Harriet a. Ord by of Tunbridge and they have three children. He read Law with German who Skipp parole in Illi c. W. Clark and a. S. Austin at chel not has Brief Liberty Here. Gea was admitted to the Vermont bar and began practice at Chelsea Henry . A German Pris la fir Onasi Oner who skipped his parole Froin an a gnk at Chelsea and is a director of Illinois in tertiary and has be kept the Union Mutual fire insurance co. the nes Ort jail since he was became collector of customs at to excepted Here by immigration offi Newport for the District of Mempher Rera some was of esd Magog for 1906 which position he held feb Jarry 25. He a been taken until the District was consolidated. He by officer Swett to the Barber shop,.j he Vermont legislature from and Hing finish before Swett 1888, being the youngest returned for him Stort off As was member in the House his father being suppose Back to the jail in Emries member of the same House from Abt town and through the Railroad town of Sharon and again was town officers miscellaneous optic if a ant �ut1ce�?if you carcasses than sell to i. Solomon re i Arton. Tel. 56-3. 7-lop Jaa in hrs hides and in a a a a Ntxo shed or packages. Barrels prices Guaran a Arne chs packages. Barrel wed. J f n prices Guaran p Batchelder Bartoi 8tf look new Walton Svei it registers now on Sale at this office. Price 40c. By mad 45c. It insurance and re estate Best Stock and mul cd panties. Surety Bonds All kids of Lage real estate. Any one having Village real estate they Kwh to on f. W. Baldwin. Barton. 39tf Farmers notice co for Sale or Exchange for beef or Logna cattle. Two Ayrshire cows 5 yrs old fresh in milk calves by Side. Six due to freshen in Mih extra lot. Jul take Stock Moy a 8. Carload of syrup or cos a wished free for Syrop. The highest paces for Rogar of up the coining year. Yours for business. G. S. Dodge. Orke a. In. A. Tur though Barton lecture course patrons were disappointed in not haying Glenn Frank As the last number m the course tuesday eve eng Gregory Mason who came instead proved a Man of ability and his Learned and scholarly Story of condition m Asia and Eastern Europe gave Light in the political situation of the worn. Or Frank has been ordered off the Road because of a physical and nervous breakdown. The necessary form making it Legal to Annex territory to Barton Vil Sre has been started by the trustees. The property in question la owned by f. S. Whitcher and f. W. Comstock and comprises about four acres lying just North of the Village on a set of which the promo Fai Bank amp Redfield Woolen Mill will be erected. The question will fore the voters at the annual Village meeting next tuesday. On february 26th the Keblar meeting of the afternoon study club was held with mrs. Barrows. Elvro members and one visitor were present. Subject of Prog so Ike re. Pad re interesting events m the life of leak so is Are. Jennie car Ler Reading a the taming of a a Shiew a mrs. Batchelder eroding a the Mercline of Venich a mrs. Mamie Hanson. These readings were from lambs a tales of Shakespeare and were most interesting. The men of the co Grega Nal Direh served a bout 125 people it Yard gave no Trace of him. About 6 of clock through communication with the Farmers it was Learned that such a Man had passed the Neddow farm about three Miles out on the Coventry Road. The Benware store in Coventry was at once notified to hold the Man on his arrival there and officer Swett immediately started for Coventry by Albany Moderator. A. C. Che to a the Man Ems kept there until Ney clerk d. Hackett treasurer. R. Cowles selectmen f. I. Foss w. N. Potter a. C. Cheney school or a will be front Back directors. C. E. Anderson. W. C. Bur Illinois to serve a term of 13 Bank f. W. Chase listers t. E. A a a a Durkin f. W. Tenney f. W. Chase overseer a. L. Stone Road commissioner appointed by selectmen Constable g. A. Davis auditors e. Hitchcock Thomas Riley h. E. Carter. Tax $3.75. Barton Moderator w. W. Reirden clerk and treasurer Fanny t. May selectmen h. A. Cleveland Harry Mere in f. L. Hall overseer Harry Dickens first Constable and collector George Jennings second Constable Frank Parlin listers w. E. Hanson c. E. Hamblet a. C. Harris auditors w. S. Hibbard f. A. Rant t. R.2i-dm to Quot a f Ard jurors f. W. Baldwin f. C. Brown own agent w. W. Reirden school directors Pliny Baird e. C. Drown Howard Gray trustee of Public Money e. W. Barron Libra trustees. F. Batchelder f. D. Pierce mrs. Florence Pierce. Bartlett. Total tax raised $3.09. Brownington Moderator l. Lund clerk and treasurer p. G. Stone selectmen n. C. Berry w. J. Monteith r. A. Skinner school directors we. Davies mrs. Nettie Marshall a o. Converse listers we. Davies Frank Lapierre Thos. Smith overseer w. S. Mcdowell Road commissioner f. L. Lapierre Constable h. Leland auditors b. F. Colby e. A. Robinson l. A. Drown. Tax $3.40. Congro Gati it Mial Church note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor sunday March. 7th. 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a who stole Christ a this is the first of a series of sermons on the general theme of a things we want to All seats free. 11.45, sunday school. Ikuo p. M., Christian Endeavor. The sunday evening service will be i in service at the m. E. Church. Crops were injured in Many sections of the country during 1919, or Olebly because of the usage of fertilizers containing More or less Borax. This is a relatively new proposition and was caused by the use of certain american sources of Potash. The fertilizer Trade is vigorously attempting to control the Borax Content in their several brands which will be sold in 1920. The likelihood that further trouble will be experienced particularly in Vermont where Large amounts Are not often applied is relatively Small. However Farmers should seek to avoid possible injury to this years crops by taking proper precautionary measures. Considerable stocks of Potash salts containing More or less Borax were purchased by the Trade before anyone realized How poisonous Borax might be. Inevitably some of these stocks must be used in fertilizer Man i a facture. Now it is quite possible possible an tet Farmers who apply Large Quanti Opportunity ties of fertilizers and place them close to the germinating seed May thwart the Effort which manufacturers Are now making so to reduce the proportion of Borax As to Render their fertilizers Safe for use when applied in the Ordinary fashion. Damage is most Likely to occur if it occurs at a because of the excessive concentration of the fertilizer in the close Vicinity of the Plant roots. The danger of damage May be reduced if the fertilizer is broadcaster instead of being applied in the Hill or Drill. If in usuary Large quantities of a High Potash Brand Are employed it May be Wise to apply it twice in moderate quantities instead of All at once. It is confidentially expected that Borax is not Likely to be a serious Factor in 1920 in Vermont yet precautions May As Well be taken in respect to fertilizer usage As not for even under Normal conditions As Good or better results Are often obtained when the fertilizer is somewhat widely distributed in the soil than when it is applied direct in the Hill or Drill Farmers using the quantities ordinarily applied in Vermont namely 500 pounds or less per acre in All human probability need not worry about Borax. Those expecting to employ larger amounts should get in Toweh with their county agent or erect by with the Experiment station to determine whether or not the Large usage will be Likely to be Safe. The North Atlantic Experiment stations Are combining in a series of vegetation trials in the Vermont station greenhouses with the View of determining the Type of injury caused by Borax and the limitations of usage. Furthermore it is expected As Early in the Spring As possible to Analyse All fertilizers found on Sale in Vermont and promptly to Issue a statement As James Hartness of Springfield to their Borax Content one of Vermont a leading industrialists feb. 24, announced his candidacy false rumours about moving Mosior a representative in 1898 and 1900 and senator from Orange county in 1902. He served on the staff of gov. E. C. Smith with rank of colonel and was a member of the executive committee of the Republican state committee in 1904. For the republication Nomi motion to the office of governor. Or Hartness says that it is his intention to make a Campaign on a program of Progress that will solve Many of our state problems and that within a Short time he will submit this program to the consideration of the people. Frederick h. Babbitt of Bellows Falls on the same Day and punched his candidacy for the Republic Afi nomination for governor. He has not yet formulated the platform on which he will make his Campaign but says that the issues of Good roads increased teachers salaries and the continuance of the state Board of control will probably constitute important planks there Bible study on thursday evening at 7.30. Mrs. Ruth Webster Sang a the publican a by Beardsley Van de water a lieutenant governor Mason s. Stone of Montpelier who has been prominently mentioned in connection with the governorship feb. 25, an most effective manner sunday a bounced that he was not a candidate. Morning for an offertory a ladies Trio composed of miss Baxter mrs. Batchelder and mrs. Hutchinson will sing an offertory next sunday morning entitled a How Lovely Are the messengers a from Mendelssohn a . The open discussion on the subject of a tithing a sunday evening Drew a Good sized audience and was very interesting eight or ten different persons asking questions and everyone gaining much Light on the topic. School notes the improvement club of Barton is going to give two prizes to students t f Barton Academy for prize speaking. All students of Junior senior High school Are eligible to try for the prize which will be Given in april or May when the contest will be held. The prizes Are a five Dollar Gold piece As first prize and a two Douay and a half Gold piece As a second prize. Nelson Richards has been secured As the violin instructor and begins lessons wednesday with a class of ten pupils. Those enrolled from the Sophomore class Are Bernice Ray Sylvia Jenness Roy Valley Froni the freshman class Mildred Inker from the 6th Grade Lena la Bounty Ciar ence Kilgallen Howard Fuller and William Bra it Bey from a fourth Grade Winifred Wehr and from the 2nd Grade Doris Webster. The Junior class is going to renew the old custom of giving a Jumior play and w�o1 give a a Bose of Plymouth town Quot it is a romantic comedy of four acts with the scene Laid in Plymouth. It requires eight characters four male and four female. School close Friday for a vae atom and will not begin until monday the Glover Moderator a. P. Bean i clerk m. W. Johnson treasurer a Bel King selectmen. A. Urie a. Shields w. A. Wylie school directors s. N. Clark e. L. Alexander Amy in Road commissioners w. K. Bai Ley w. E. Calkins overseer a. G. J Sargent listers g. Anderson d. E. Danforth a o. King Constable e. I t. Anderson auditors a. P. Bean f. I w. Hastings s. T. Vance. Tax $3.70. Irasburg Moderator s. G. Sui a Tor clerk f. Sears treasurer f. I a. Buchanan selectmen g. W. Phil lips c. Hannant e. A. Pike school a directors f. Sears a. E. Harlow o. W. Metcalf Road commissioner. Geo. Kennison listers c. E. Pike f. A. Field e. L. Perry overseer o. W. Metcalf Constable o. W. Metcalf auditors g. E. Metcalf a. Clough f. A Metcalf. Tax $3.63. Lowell Moderator f. J. Smith clerk a. P. Sweet treasurer h. A. Parker selectmen a. P. Finnegan f. G. Kinsley f. T. Murphy school directors a. P. Sweet. T. Murphy d. Bra Faana Road commissioner. Curtis s. Emery of Newport t candidate for the republication nomination for governor of Vermont Westmore Moderator u. W. Brown clerk and treasurer mrs. C. B. Brown selectmen i. A. Wilson m. E. Calkins Geo. C. Myers school direct w. Pope overseer Frank Barney res. D. Beebe. Mrs. Myra Hinton 1st Constable and collector f. J. O. E. Lyon overseer selectmen con Smith 2nd Constable Henry Wells Lister f. J. Smith o. F. Deyette Peter Barre so Ditora e. W. Farman d. P. Nar Manuwa. F. J. Hines. Tax stable h. L. Hinton listers o. E. Lyon i. O. Robinson. C. E. Conley Road commissioner. G. W. Conley so Ditora g. A. Gilman g. Craig Rawdon cd Lina. Tax $8.26. It has been rumoured that the Monitor was to be moved from Barton. Lat it be said for once and All that no such move is contemplated. Such reports probably started from the fact that the publishers of the Monitor began publication of the Newport news in Newport last August and plan the establishment of a printing and publishing Plant in that place. In fact the publishers of the Monitor last week took title to real estate in Newport which is soon to be transformed into a splendid printing and publishing Plant. A the Monitor Plant in Barton has been crowded beyond its capacity for the past year and since much of its business comes from Newport and Points North a Plant in Newport would facilitate the handling of to business. Hence the establishment of Newport Plant. For More than two years the undersigned have been publishing the North Troy palladium but have maintained a printing Plant and the publication office of the pal Radium in North Troy. And so because the publishers of the Monitor Are to operate a printing Plant in Newport does not mean that the publication office of the Monitor will be moved. With the crowded condition of its Barton office where much work has had to be turned away the Stab Liris ment of a Newport printing Plant May mean moving such part of our Barton equipment As causes Cong Tion Here to Newport and new equipment added there to Complete a Fine Newport Plant and with an office in Barton in rapport and North Troy the mechanical work on the various publications and Job printing itself would be varied from one office to another As Best suited conditions. But the fact of the establishment of a Newport Plant in no sense Means the discontinuance of a printing office in Barton or the a moving of the Moni Tor to ported. Newport a As some have re Gilpin Hunt amp co. Inc., printers and publisher army balloon in Albany one of the three army balloons enraged in the endurance race from Long Island to Montreal landed in Albany Early sunday morning with a Crew of three completely exhausted in their midwinter flight. The machine has been packed up and shipped to Long Island and the members of the Crew went to Montreal sunday night from Orleans. They had been in the. Air 17 hours and suffered greatly from the cold saturday night As the Mercury was 25 below Zero. One during the night they saw one of the other balloons signal through the Daxl Ness. People from Miles an Iii flocked to this Little Village to a a a the big balloon and interview the p-1 Mph

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