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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor March 10, 1920 Daisy White Emery in Lea press clipping Gilpin Hunt & company inc printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Vermont issued every wednesday and entered the Post office in Barton As second Cla a matter teacher of violin and expression of graduate of mount Ida school Newton mass studio 783 East main st., Newport e. H. Howe v. Successor to Howe & Stowe real estate Newport tel. 175 Root s Block mrs. R. Puffer acc in of Avsie by modern dancing a for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of is thetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate of Ontario veterinary. College. Phone 138-1 1 Davis livery stable metropolitan life ins. Co. Branch office Newport it. Henry we Bernard dept. Supt. Gleon w. Seaver agent. Harry e. Drown agent Lane s blk. Rufus w. Spear general insurance Agency assistance in probate matters. Including preparation of probate accounts a. C. Farmer d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Buck s feed stable Jervah 8c Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All. Kinds phones j. J. Corkins 153- 2 of. A. Jervah 18 or. Harry f Hamilton dental surgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit. I l. H. Mciver d. O s. Specialist in onto metro appointments can be made a y mail or phone for the examination of the cues for All ser. A j .7 optical supplies of All kinds and re r pairs made. R phone 332- 2 a Renihan Block Newport tvs. Sick headaches All for years nothing gave raise until. He Tafisi in to v As. 1g0caeoise ave or acc Gnu t. I four Jezra with Jav. ". 5v it tried doctors cute Buzz. To to o look All kinds of remedies but nothing Aid Raie any Good until i used Truit a Tive s or fruit liver tablets. Uliey Trade be Tell and keep me Tell end i am always glad to Tell people or tvo 2ro things fruit i have Many friends in Ogden Bur Row using fruit a tire s on my recommendation. . Cir. 5cc. A bos 6 for $2x0, trial size c at dealers or from fruit a t i i limited Ogdensburg. N. Y. Attention i poultry raisers at von a pad for those Chicks disinfect that Henhouse with Reefer s powerful disinfectant. To Thos when have rot used ree Fer s More egg tonic i am making the following ten Day offer two packages of Reefer s More egg Toni for one Dollar. Don t ask me to re peat this offer or extend the now. The sooner you Start us intr More Eccl tonic the quicker you la be getting More egg profit. This a Ftp is inf Cpd he a million Dollar guarantee to refund the Money if you Are not Satis Nea. E. Pearl Dudley Orleans Vermont ask Coupon e. Pearl Dudley Orleans it. Deer sir i accept your offer. Enclosed please find one Doi arf r two pc sees of Reefer s More eggs. One of. These packages Are free. Nam e a dress commissioners notice. Stalc of Thos. Tiik under signal. Having been appointed by the Hok Orsble probate ont forthe lust Fictor Orleans Mission Kusto receive examine and adjust the Claiman demands of All persons Aalst theesta Teof Thos. A Crandall. Int of Nanton. I hid District a these. And. All. Claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby Jive no Tice thai we will meet for the purpose Afore said at the office of Central snot Nurs Kan k Trust co. In the Rillee of Orleans in paid District on the nth Day of april and 13th Day of August n you. From 1 o clock p. In. Until a o clock p. A. On each of said Days and that six months from the 20th Day of february,. 120 is the time limited by Sakl court for said creditors to present their claims tas for examination and allowance. Dated it Orleans. Thts25tb Day of . A i j0. Y a. w Bright Eye a Clear slain end is body full. Of youth. Quel Hea. Cd my by yours if you will kick your vast Erin order by regularly Taliej. Ezi i in of vat k-ti-7 r the world s is Indra Renie i for to Lyncy liver bladder r and v. Rid dec d to Cubis Thi enemi3 of like and looks. In use Siace 1656. A druggists three size a. ?.r.r look for to Baia Geld Meca a e7r7 hot i in lii i y. is iffy he stitching All the popular styles mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler s 77 main st. Newport it. Or. E. H. Hills veterinary office and hoi pita East Huin Street tel. 43, Newport to. J. licensed auctioneer East hard Wick Vermont we buy the year around we Are not Here today and gone tomorrow. Vafi Huv regardless of whether the Market is favourable or unfavourable. We pay what the Stock is Worth we want your hides and skins regularly. A we can t afford to use you any Way but right. Calf skins our specially. C. E. Jenkins Public Market Orleans " Vermont now is the time to have your harnesses repaired and oiled have harnesses blankets Robes whips halters and All kinds of s trap work team Bel or. Leisure s veterinary remedies for Sale by w. Johnson successor to a b. Speir Glover Vermont commissioners notice estate of Emily Goodwin the Mider Sifred. Having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the univ trl Ctol , commissioners to receive exan Uneland adjust the claims and demands of All persons Atra inst tie estate of Kmil Goodwin late of Glover. In said District deceased and All claims exhibited in off set thereto hereby Stive notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at. The Towie clerks Effiee. In the town of Glover in said District on the 20th Day of March and 31st Day of july next. From. 2 o clock. P. 4 o clock p. M. On each of said Day Sand that from the sri Day of february a. 1. Jois the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and it Glover this ?4tb Day of . Iva. I George an person j a. Mark. Johnson. Commissioners " desertion notice whereas my wife Dora Degreen la Haslet my bed and Board without just cause of provocation. I hereby forbid. Anyone har born Trustick her on Mae count after thisdale. Sci Vaules a Kike e n i a. Rated at Barton t this 1st Day of March. 19a., a Fri a p commissioners notice estate of Zefer Hannah l the unters turned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. Commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims an demands of All persons Asra inst the estate of Zefer Hannaah late of Bart ont inlaid i strict. Deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that me will meet for the purpose aforesaid a,1 t be Barton trs honk & Trust co. Inthe Village of Barton. In said District on the 25t h Day of to Arch and 12th Day of Audru Stuert. From 10 o clock am Vatu o clock on each of said Days and that six month from the. 17th Day of february a. 19-2 Isth tinle limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us Iov examination ind allowance. Dated at Barton i. This 3rd Day of March a. D., Mai i Curkin for s win opt Oliver Frech Kate 9- 11 commissioners Jill a i a. .uo.vi1 Essex fertilizer coming in ? your order now for what you ".ft.,0 a Wiig Seuer and we we can have the order now. 5 Seaver an Vermont the following dated at White River Junction March 3, and appearing in the Brattleboro reformer a Babbitt paper is the latest political gossip. Being at a gathering place for travellers from All parts of Vermont this Village is admirably located As political gossiping Center and one Henrs nil sorts of so Culaton and pre diction regarding various Republican candidacies. The political gos sipers Are trying to figure out the chances of diodes of t in three Cana quaies ii Frederick h. Babbitt of hollow Falls. James m. Hartness of Springfield and Curtis. S. Emery of Newport and the consensus of Opin Ion seems to he Olvat the latter has the Lead in the scoring. As one goc3 North the sentiment for mayor Emry grows and As one turns to the he finds the gossip ers talk in about Babbitt and Hart Ness. One should attempt to inventory the dates he would be inclined to coach be Windham Bennington Rutland and Addison counties to Babbitt. Hartness would naturally be credited with the support of Windsor county where he lives and possibly Chittenden. Emery is said to be reasonably sure of or leans county where he makes his Home also Orange county for Many years his Home. He should be Strong in his native county Essex and get his share of the votes in Washington county. His friends claim he will get a big slice of the votes in Franklin and grand Isle coi ties. Lamoille county would naturally be Strong for Emery and Caledonia is credited As being favourably disposed toward the Newport candidate. This sort of figuring puts Emery the former collector of customs at Newport Well ahead of the other two candidates but the friends of Hartness and Babbitt declare that both men Are bound to show increasing strength As the Campaign or. Hartness because of his train ing in big business As the head of the nationally know n Jones and Lamson machine company and from his prominence in waxwork both at Home As state food administrator and i France As an expert in aviation mat ters is said to Appeal to the business interests of the state to a greater de Gree than does or. Babbitt who is a wealthy paper manufacturer. Or. Babbitt however has the advantage of or. Ilar Ness in the fact that he has a much wider Circle of acquaintance. Babbitt and Hartnest Are adopted sons of Vermont the for tiler Jenft a native of Iveene and the latter of a. . 1s. A native of Lioom Finkl and he length of his service has probably been tenfold that of or. Babbitt and twice teni Oid the time which or. Liari Nei s has been in the Public life of the state. The gubernatorial Campaign will meter lock to a considerable degree with Txie election of congressmen this year As the local of zionists who Are interested in or. Babbitt Are not going to be interested in the candidacy of Mason s. Stone of Montpelier. governor Stone As he is expected to do makes a try for the seat of congressman Porter h. Dale of Brighton. With the expectation that Vermont will lose one of its two congressmen under the next apportion ment As based on the 1920 census. Lieutenant governor Stone is said to be making plans for a Long residence in Washington it being his expectation that two years hence Congress Man Frank l. Greene if the first District will seek and secure the seat of the United states senator Carrol l s. Page thus leavin the. Election of a congressman a state wid e proposition it is claimed by or. Stoneff friends that he cannot be pried away from Hia seat if he secures the place now held by congressman Dale of 4 the second District nor beaten As a candidate for congressman at Large when the time comes for Vermont to so choose its representative. Or. Stone is credited with a wider and More intimate acquaintance among both men and women than. An other Man in the. State because of the Long service Ashe head iof the state educational1 department. He is known to be i favor of woman j suffrage if the ambition of or. Stone to go to con Gress is to be killed it must be done this year say the local Vermont livestock Worth $47,703,000. The february number of the monthly crop reporter published by the department of agriculture at Washington which has just come out show that on january 1, 1920, Vermont had 85,000 horses valued at $11,985,000, which is a steady increase from the year 1917,and there Are s 278,000, Milch cows in the state with. A. Value of $24,742,000, making Vermont. Rank27th in the number of these cows this number however is far in excess of any other state new England states. There has been slight i de crease in the past three or. Four Yearsin Dairy cows but the total value of those in the state at the present times higher than. In any previous other cattle Vermont has 190,000 out ranking any other state in new England again. These Are valued at$7,068,000. There Are .105,000 sheep in Vermont valued at. $1,208,000.while thesis a slight decrease from 1919, it is a considerable increase from 1917, when there were Only 100,000 inthe state Only one new.,England state exceeds this number and that is Maine. In Swine there Are 120,000 in the state and they Are valued at $2,-700,0 00.this number is the same a last year but larger than 1917 and1918. One new England state Massachusetts exceeds this number. The total value of All livestock in the state according to this report is $47,703, -000. How s this we offer one Hundred dollars Reward for any Case of Catarrh. That cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh s Catarrh Medicine has been taken by Catarrh sufferers Lor the past to dirty fit Eyears and has become known As the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall Catarrh Medicine suits thru the blood on the mucous surfaces expelling the pol so from. The blood and Healing the Din eased portions after you have taken Vilall Catarrh Medicine for a Sybor time you will see apr eat improvement in your Genera health. Start taking Hall s Catarrh medi Cine at once and get rid of Catarrh. Sen for testimonials free. To. J. Cheney & co. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by All druggists. 75c j. M. By Akmid Barton it. Special attention Uvea to off i res i mus Byspociaupdoilp-1"-., c. A. Cramton m. is Gifu a. It . Eye of lace. Office hours we. M appointments for examinnnnn.9 b be made in Advance Telephone. By letter Harry Dickens general insurance office phone 53- 2 Jug Orleans versi0st licensed auctioneer umber estimated South Albany Vermont n. H. Drew so. Walden it. Licensed auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed. F. R. Hastings Wildt Barton it. Returned from medical service Over seas september 1st insurance of All kinds i Mayy insurance Agency Barton Vermont Josiah a. Peak sos dentist bloc . It. 01fice i m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue tel. No i 44- 4 Barton it. Probate courts special sessions of the probate court willbe held at the office of f. V. Baldwin in Bat ton. On the second and fourth Friday of each Mouth in the afternoon and at the office of k. A. Cook in Orleans in tha afternoon of the third Friday of m month. Parties prostate business at Barton or Orleans should notify the Jumpre in Advance that he May take the necessary probate Othee at new p0k1 i sundays and holidays open every Day except from a instances. But those coming far As possible should make special appointments Frith the court in Advance. I k. J. Smith. Jude. .l.0vf solid car of spirit Lake i Buster a. I Vermont the equip staff and re Vermont. Sii Plu. $100,000 f Box equipment Minlina v t Clement defeats Vermont Progress Brattleboro Phoenix governor p. W. Clement again a Imgolf nut. Of Harmony with the Republican party of Vermont the party that elected my to Muce i re fusing to Call a special session of the leis nature to act upon the proposed Federal constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote. Not Only is he out of touch with Vermont or but he endangers the National party Aswell. Thirty thre e states have ratified the amendment and Only three More ratifications Are necessary to put the amendment in Force. Thus far no Republican legislature has failed to ratify the amendment but several democratic states have. Therefore it becomes something of a party ques Tion and the republicans Are anxious to secure ratification by three More Republican states to show to the women it is ready to do them Justice. The states which might ratify in time to allow women to vote m the coming presidential election Are Delaware Florida Washington and connect Cut. Vermont might if the governor would Call a special session. The governor of Connecticut like the governor of Vermont is opposed to Call ing the legislature in special session Florida quite Likely would refuse to ratify so action by Vermont is also lately necessary to put the Amend ment in Force in time for the women to vote this year. Governor Clement in refusing to Call a special session made the follow ing specious excuses the people have had no Opportunity to express them selves on the question and the adoption of this Federal amendment would bring about a condition contrary to of the papers of the state that have the Vermont state Constitution. None commented on his reasons accept them As sound. There is no provision whatever for referring an Amend ment to the Federal Constitution to the people of any state but ratification by the Legislatures of three fourths of the states is expressly required. Therefore calling the Vermont legis lature in session to act in a Federal amendment does not violate in any Way the state Constitution. Should the Legislatures of three fourths of the states ratify this Federal suffrage v10 Varro i ref firm not i would have the right to tote because i the Federal Constitution prevails Oer and state Constitution. Because this a True nerf Iho Moo nine on nosed i to equal suffrage he acts in dance of the wishes of his party and of a majority of the people of Vermont. The License vote in Vermont Barre times be Are unable to see in the largely increased number of yes towns i Vermont As the result of March meeting any expression of disapproval of the National prohibition Amend ment As some of the advocates of licensed liquor Selling profess to nearly score of years the cities and towns of Vermont have been vot ing on the local option Issue whether licenses should be granted in each town for legalizing the Sale of the first year of such a vote More than one third of the towns voted yes Snail Oesola legally Mere after came a sudden drop in the num ber of such Tow stand year after year since the there was maintained about the usual number iof towns which favored licensing the Sale of liquor. It was right up to Jav year ago when the Prospect came that National constitutional prohibition would come into effect before the end of the License year and wartime prohibition would be in Force even before then. Believing that the Prospect of wartime prohibition would mean few saloons in Vermont even though the towns should vote in favor of. License the advocates of no License let Down their vigilance and the number. Of yes towns promptly jumped to Al most double the average number Dur ing the preceding decade. Again this year with National prohibition Al ready in Force and licensed liquor Selling practically out of the ques Tion the voters of the no Issue letdown still More and refused in Large proportion to vote on the Issue at All while the advocates of licensed liquor Selling decided to put in their protest against National prohibition although they believed it would be of no 3vail,and cast their votes with undiminished ranks sometimes wit increased numbers. So there you have the situation one Side satisfied with the. In coming of National prohibition and willing to Lett to at that without further electoral Effort on their part and the other Side dissatisfied and with the usual persistence of the Dis satisfied Side. Deciding to voice that feeling of disapproval. The result was that the number of nominal License towns was very largely in creased. ,. In such a ease we fail to note a real protest against National prohibition on the part of Vermont As a whole but rather a display of pure unadulterated laziness on the part of a considerable percentage of the voters that analysis of the Case May o course be wrong but a study. Of the Small size of the vote cast on the Issue in most of the towns on tue Day Lea discs to believe the interpretation of the situation to be fairly accurate. We believe moreover that were the 247 cities and towns of the state to vote again on the Issue with the firm conviction that their vote would decide the course of action of liquor Selling for a1 year there would be a return to about the number. Of towns which voted year after year in favor of licensing the Sale of liquor. Liberation notice this is to give Public notice that have this Day Given my son. Calvina. Sanborn his time and will claim none of his was a s nor Nav and it vice stills after this Date. " e. G. Sanborn Irasburg vt., March 10, 1920. 10-1 2p important Ortii Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield. W. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Vermont issued every thursday and entered the Post office North Troy As second class matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager 57 main Street Newport Vermont issued every Friday and entered at the Postof Sce in Newport As second Clas s matter. Subscriptions any paper $2.00 per year 6 months$1.00 All subscriptions payable in Advance and All papers disco Nunuha when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions t of to 1 mar Lino per insertion. Classified advertising term3 at ton of classified rates apply to any paper. Display advertising rates for any paper upon application. Frank w. Agan of Ludlow has entered the race for the nomination for governor against c. S. Emery of Newport James Ilar Ness of Spring Field and f. H. Babbitt of Bellows Falls. Frank Agan was a running mate of Clement s in the famous local option fight of 1902 and perhaps holds Many of the present governor s views. It is fairly Well known that Agan s sentiments Are in opposition to prohibition in general and to the present enforcement act in particular. Undoubtedly or. Agan interprets the. March meeting vote which in theory put More towns in Vermont than Ever before into the wet column As a protest in this state against the present prohibition legislation. How far or. A ran can get on this Issue is a question to be settled later but this paper believes the number of vot ers who will support a wet gubernatorial candidate As such Are comparative la few and that unless or. Agan can give the voters something More tangible definite and construct ive than a Mere Campaign of protest against prohibition and its enforce ment his Campaign will fall Flat. Since or. Babbitt holds a similar View to that of or. Agan with regard to the volstead enforcement act it would appear to this paper that his entry into the Campaign would take More from or. Babbitt s strength i than from that of Emery or Hartness whom Are generally known to be in Sam Natov with prohibition As it now stands and since Agan comes from the South end of the state where Babbitt and Hartness both live his entry would also take from Hartness More strength than from Emery. Blodgett a candidate authorizes statement that he will seek county Senate ship. From the Newport news in a recent Issue of the news appeared an editorial commenting on the North end senator ship situation. This article stated that it had been the Cus Tom in past years to have this Honor go to the towns along the Northern order alternately. In 1915 the town of Derby sent m. A. Adams in 1918 Troy presented h. H. Lewis and this year quite naturally Newport lays claim to the right to Send a the time the article appeared the Only name that had been mentioned was w w. Blo Durett and since the article appeared or. Blodgett has received Many words of commendation from his friends in Newport As Well As nearby towns. In an interview with or. Blodgett on the matter he gives the news authority to stat that he has decided to be a candidate for senator and will have something further to say on the matter in the near future. Agan wet candidate for governor Frank w. Agan Well known As Woolen manufacturer and As a Candi Date for lieutenant governor in the famous local option Campaign of 1902 will announce through his Home paper the Ludlow Tribune this wee that he is to be a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor this year. White or. Agan is himself i California at present and will make no platform statement until he return sit is understood that his entry in the gubernatorial race was brought about largely through the influence of . W. Clement. Or. Agan is known to be strongly opposed to the manner in which prohibition was brought about and is Likely to make prohibition one of the principal planks in his platform. Al ready he is termed the wet can Dida the of the Campaign. Or. Aga has lived in Ludlow practical Allis life and has been extremely successful in the manufacture of Woolen goods. A Friend recommended them a Ymon f trn 60s More a Cal than he Rea ize Shen he tells a suffering Friend How to Gret Well. . Toiv. Clerk Louie hoi Al Evans vice. Ind., for weeks i stiff red constantly wit pain sin the Mast Mith he i was tre Stibr the doctor for rheumatism hut found no re Iel. To Toni Tina of a t Tien ii tried Foley kidney pills and an to get Relief almost far backache rheumatic Datus stiff joint sold Ezcry where to the Farmers of Orleans county behave purchased a Canadian government seed o wins to the condition j of v Canadian Exchange and to the fact that we Are taking. A. Full Carload in bulk we can offer Vin $185 per Bushel canvassers. Would. Ask you $5. 00. I we believe this car of Oats will be a. Real Benefit to our Farmer friends. K f i off i Barton. I. Of v. .1 e have v ment x f. F o sex be Raizers sources thata modern Bankin g institution should possess and on the strength of those qualifications invite your business. We have a Carload of Boon. Please let us have n o n re 1 r re ill pc i 11ul.u you when the car comes in. You know a Rifle to of Wpm a " of i can furnish it for any crop if to saving Vav Barton casual $50,000. Inspect our Safe Deposit the hardware m Barton f rates for maximum Protection a ,. A i

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