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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Barton, VermontPages no filler fertilizer the Hoire mixed land. Made from High Grade chemicals with Bone base. All fertilizer. No Rock or other filler. Guaranteed analysis. Guaranteed Deli if. We have the goods. 3 1-2 per cent ammonia 10 per cent phosphoric acid. A splendid general purpose mixture. Only $55.00 per ton do you want chemicals for Home mixing we have Hig n irate of soda acid phosphate Bone Tankage and Potash As Well As fertilizing Salt. Write Tor y. Rices before purchasing elsewhere. Carroll s. Page Hyde Park Vermont developing printing and enlarging for amateurs a everything photographic photo Craft shop 37 main Street Nev port Vermont the Monitor March 10, 1920 Page three Vermont news yes its True you May buy a piece of furniture elsewhere for less Mon but Are you satisfied with the just As Good kind Are 3ou willing to pay out your a Oney for furniture that lasts six months or a year the just As Good kind in the end is most costly and never com with our Quality Fumi hire in design Quality or finish be sweetness of Low Price is ver equated by the bitterness a poor Quality. This is a store that Sells food dependable furniture rugs Only at prices you Ltd re to pay. . Root amp son Tel 9,3 Newport. It. Ilie names of about 600 women appeared on the St. Albans Check list this year. Middlebury has Over 100 voters who lost their right of franchise because of unpaid taxes. There Are 300 vermonters in Waltham mass., and there is a flourishing Vermont club there with an enrolment of 150 names. Residences in Rutland for renting purposes Are so scarce that garages Are being made Over for that purpose and bring $25 a month rent. The Secretary of state has received from the town clerk of Belvidere the report that the town meeting was postponed until March 23 because of influenza. The Danville improvement association which intends to improve conditions in Danville has filed articles in the office. It has no capital Stock. Some 25 persons signed the papers. The tax voted in Halifax on town meeting Day was $6.80 and in Whit Ingham $5.65. Some of the other High rates Are Guilford with $4.66, Cra Tubi a with $4.50 and Royalton returns have been received at the Secretary of states office showing that 135 towns have one License. Some 225 reports of the 247, have been received but about a dozen have been sent Back to town clerks for corrections. Harry p. Stimson owner of hotel Cumberland in new York and for Many years Secretary of the new York hotel menus association died in that City March 3. was a native of Vermont and a graduate of Middlebury College. The Park theatre owned by the by ack theatre co., inc., of Barre was gutted by fire sunday morning. The loss probably will exceed $26, 000. Edwin Bruno Leader of the orchestra lost about $2,000 in his Library of music. Nelson e. L. Ecuyer 59 years of age for Many years business manager of the St. Albans messenger co., died in Florida last week when he went to regain his health. had held Many City offices and was state chief Ranger of the c. O. F. At the time of his death. A new Industry was formally launched at Winooski when the Winooski Ove Gaitor co. Applied for a charter of incorporation with a capital Stock of .$75,000. Many prominent business and professional men in Burlington and Winooski Are stockholders of the new company. Charles s. Dana of new Haven was governor of Vermont one Day last week. Governor p. W. Clement being in Boston and lieutenant governor Mason s. Stone being in new York. Under the Laws of Vermont in the absence of governor and lieutenant governor the speaker of the House which office or. Dana holds is the governor. The Case of state is. Dewey t. Hanley was not the first Case tried at the opening of Washington county court tuesday morning. Frank c. Archibald attorney general who is preparing the Case for the state is sick while m. G. Leary attorney for or. Hanley was unable to be present at that time. Announcement has been made of the gift of $1,000 in Cash by Richard Billings of Woodstock this state and new York City to Goddard Seminary the Money to be placed in the schools endowment fund the income of which is used by the trustees in running the school. With this addition the schools endowment fund now amounts to $161,608.39. The work of muskrats caused the shutting Down of the Vinton paper Mills in Brattleboro this week. A Hole through one of the Banks of the Mill Pond by muskrats let the water through which increased the size of the Hole till most of the water ran out. Then the ice settled in the Pond which took out what Little water there was left in it. Repairs Are being made. The Vermont cooperative Creamery company. Inc., which was organized recently in Burlington has filed its papers in the office. Its capital Stock is $200,000 and the papers Are signed by representatives of the Shelburne cooperative Creamery company St. Albans Creamery company Swanton cooperative Creamery company and the grand Isle cooperative company. Governor p. W. Clement has appointed Gilbert f. Davis an attorney of Windsor in place of Homer l. Skeels of Ludlow resigned. Or. Skeels has been in poor health for a time. was appointed about two years ago. Governor Clement has also a listed Harvey r. Kingsley of rut Ead to the Board of administration of Norwich University in place of John n. Woodfin of Rutland who recently died. Arthur Lawles agedl6 years a resident of Calais co knitted suicide last week by shooting himself through the heart using a 22 calibre Rifle. Pawenta had been away from Home for to in Day and when they reached Home they did not think it strange that he did not come to supper believing that he had taken his gun to go Hunting. But when he did not return about 8 of clock they commenced to search for him and found his body behind the him a the youth left no note showing any reason for the affair. Insurance commissioner j. G. A Tutu has compiled a statement showing the amount of business written in Vermont in the last year 1919 by the several companies writing life i suran a total of $17,123,855.20, of which the metropolitan has the urgent amount written namely $3,164355. The Connecticut general is next with a total of $2,003,149 and the nation my a in Surat be is third with $1302,t15.34. Sci Oling the Industrial insure written by the metropolitan and Pru Dienthal Jam proies and insurance written by group companies the grand Testal is $23329,697.84. The total Lowes id in the year amounted to $2,085,-9.71. A Boom for attorney general pal Mer As the democratic candidate for the presidency was launched last week a dinner Given by the Hon. Harv Quot a United states judge v. A. Bullard District attorney and Nam Wick i James e. Kennedy collector of inter i Titi air last Burlington. Thomas John St nov n Caledon county Nal Revenue at Hardwick lost two of its Well known week in the death of r spell Crof Hartford 2. And of w. M. Tanto to Attoy a be Quot in Quot Quot a do of a Connecticut and Thomas Jefferson Boynton of Boston District attorney for Massachusetts were the principal speakers and both extolled the services of the attorney general. Or. Bullard acted As toastmaster at the dinner which was attended by about 35 of the leading democrats of the state. The Vermont commissioner of agriculture is still receiving a Large num of applications for testing of cattle. The number has far exceeded the expectation when the legislature was in session. The total sum has been so depleted that a e. S. Brigham in reply to each applicant states that he has placed their application on file but there will not be funds available until 1921, there being so Many applications ahead of those be head of the caledonian Granite com paid died of tuberculosis. came to Hardwick 17 years ago from Quincy mass. Or. Clark died of pneumonia. was 77 years of age. Over 100 Farmers met in St. Johns Bury Friday to consider ways and Means for taking Over the plants of the Plymouth Creamery company throughout new England and operating them on a cooperative basis retaining the same managements. The committee appointed at the meeting two weeks ago reported that they had visited the various plants from Boston and new Boston n. H., into Canada and found the Farmers in every place where there was a Plymouth Creamery interested in taking Over the corporation from the present owner j. W. Davies of Reading mass. The physical appraisal of the a a the la of. A Issue Stock on the basis of�10 per tfoi�?~0f�?~ the Quot or a or Hll a tilt win not their �j0.�o0 was subscribed on this basis no a a boy re a of to Sony a a a Quot Farmers in other sections of new England and Canada will subscribe enough to make the cooperative scheme possible. The Issue Between the Catholic parents of children attending Brandon High school and the school Board has ses a a a re by i of we to in be Ota a no As a a a quote a of a startling experience at his to a despot for a of Danville Road. The to present excuses for not attending morning Chapel exercises will return to school. The basis of agreement was arrived at on saturday when a meeting of the school directors and Prin. E. Walker was held with a committee representing the parents of the Catholic children. At this meeting the school Board agreed to accept in lieu of the usual a excuse a a collective protest against their children a attending the exercises signed by the Catholic parents. A tie tenth annual convention of the Vermont state Bankers association was held in Burlington feb. 23 with a Large attendance from Alp parts of the state. The subject dealt with by the speakers present was a a Thrift As it is applied to reconstruction work. The report of the executive Council showed that at the present time 100 of the 107 banking institutions in the state Are members of the association which is a gain Over a year ago. It was voted that the Bankers continue to offer prizes for the work of the boys and girls clubs of the state. The association elected the following officers president Gilbert a. Woods of St. Johnsbury vice president Charles g. Staples of Brattle Boro Secretary c. S. Webster of Barton treasurer d. L. Wells of Orwell. General Leonard we Ood candidate for president of the United states on the Republican ticket will be invited to deliver the principal address at the Republican state convention which will be held at Montpelier wednesday May 26. Congressman Porter h. Dale will act As chairman of the Republican state convention while senator w. Fairchild of Fairfax will be the chairman of the committee on resolutions and judge e. W. Gibson of Brattleboro will be Secretary. According to the plans for general Woods visit to Vermont he will come to Burlington for an address the Day before the convention at Montpelier and May be the guest of the City the night before the convention. At this convention eight delegates and eight alternates will be elected to the National Republican convention. In a recent address by mrs. A a. Linderholm formerly of Chicago made after she had been in Vermont about two months criticism of the child welfare work in the state occurred and at the meeting of the Vermont children Aid society at Montpelier Friday judge e. M. Harvey answered that portion of her address which was Given to the criticism of the courts handling the matter in a very thorough manner and demonstrating that the juvenile worst is handled More from a parental Point of View than from a a out. W. Jeffrey also spoke and explained the work which the state Board of charities has accomplished which Board mrs. Linderholm said in her address should be reorganized showing that the last four months Over $1j 00 a month has been spent by the state in child care and that 166 children were committed to the Board in 1919 and 23 in the first two months of 1920. Oung Man is about 20 years old and had been recovering from two weeks Ili 03s of influenza and for several Days previous his Mother had noticed that a was acting strangely. About 1 a a cock in the morning he entered his parents room and grasped an Earthern Pitcher and brought it Down with such i orce Over his fathers head Ai to break it into fragments. then tarted a Amo in the direction of his a nother a a threw a chair out of the a window. All this was done in the darkness of the night and when the Voung Man started to leave the House he fell Down stairs. father recovered sufficiently from the blow to help his wife tie the Young Man and summoned help. The nearest neighbor was at a distance of a Quarter of a mile away. telephoned sheriff Worthen and he and officer Wallace went to the Dana Home and brought the Young Man to the county jail where he was confined. A. Bishop was called to Burke Friday to attend the funeral of a brother a wife. Emma Simpson of Lyndonville has been caring for her Mother Lydia Blake the past few Days. Gerald Tanner has been confined to the House the past week on account of sickness but is better now. The Phillip Ning h ton. Young people gave Merritt i a Surprise party Friday eve store he left saturday for bos miss Hooker of St. Johnsbury came to care for mrs. Paul Willard wednesday night. Mrs. Willard died Friday noon. Peter Simpson went to Canada the first of the week and his youngest daughter returned with him to care for Lydia Blake. Or. And mrs. Wiley Willard of Passumpsic were called Here tuesday to attend the funeral of his Mother who died Friday. Mrs. Herman Sheldon was called to Newport Center last week on account of the illness and death of her Mother mrs. Horner. Or. And mrs. S. A. Jones took their grandchildren Home to St. Johnsbury monday after keeping them three weeks while their Mother was sick. The two children of mrs. Dan dwyers sister whose Mother died last week in new York were brought Here for burial. This is a very sad circumstance the father being sick in the Hospital. The body of Claude Chamberlin was brought Here from Groveton n. H., for burial Friday. died of influenza. Or. And mrs. Clyde Chamberlin went to Groveton thursday after the remains of their son. The Baptist parsonage was badly damaged by fire thursday of last week. But for the Quick work and the time of Day the blah was discovered the buildings would probably have burned to the ground. Sutton North Ridge Fred c. Ingalls visited in Randolph Center last week. Mrs. John Chase spent several Days in West Burke last week. At que n d the e Albany business College Send a i de. Carnell5.h0it , . West Burke Percy Hall has not been quite As Well for a few Days. Miss Florence Humphrey spent the past week in Boston. Or. And mrs. S. I. Howland spent thursday in la Donville. Adna Abar has been at Home with the mum us this Post week. Or. And mrs. Ernest Robbins have a Little son born last monday. Miss Susie Saunders was at Home from Sheffield for the week end. Mrs. Emma cd Burn who has been ill for some time is much better. Mrs. M. E. Fairbrother was in St. Johnsbury on monday of last week. Or. And mrs. Leonard of Lyndon visited at or. Kendrick son Friday. Or. And mrs. Albert Mears were visitors in Lyndonville last wednesday. A Little son was born to or. And mrs. Lewis Chabot on tuesday of last week. Mrs. Minnie Ruggles visited the o. E. S. Chapter in Lyndonville last Friday evening. Ray Howard and a Friend from St. Johnsbury spent Friday with or. And mrs. D. C. Howard. Miss Estella Allen of St. Johns Bury Center was the guest of mrs. J. F. Ruggles last Friday. Harris Fyler has decided to go Back to his farm in Burke and the family will y move this Wysk. Or. And mrs. S. Chappell were called to Barton last week by the death of mrs. Hattie Chappell. Mrs. P. S. Rublee and Little daughter Louise of Newport visited at the Home of mrs. Aldrich the first of last week. L. E. Bugbee a family Are All better and their nurse mrs. Jennie Goodwin has returned to her Home in Newark. Mrs. Edna May Fowler a former resident of this place was married to Bert Preston Carr of Boston in that City february 23rd. The remains of mrs. W. Chappell of Barton were brought Here for it interment last Friday and Laid in the i Howland cemetery. Mrs. Chappell was Well known Here and her loss will be deeply mourned by Many. We do not feel proud of burkes record on the License vote and we feel sure that it does not represent i the sentiment of the town As a whole. Moral attend every town meet my and vote on All important questions. The lecture course committee have $53.75 left after paying All expenses and this Money will be Given to the West Burke Library. This gift exempts people from the War tax and will be much appreciated by the Library trustees. Sheffield Orie Calderwood has the mumps. Ray Watkins of Burlington was in town last week. Leslie Stem is Home from school with the Pink Eye. Earla Simpson has come Home from the Hospital. Merritt Phillips has gone to Boston to work for Hood amp co. Mary Fletcher returned to her Home in Newport the Middle of a daughter was born to or. And mrs. Curtis Bradley March 1st. A o. E. Mcfarland who has been very ill for two weeks is improving. How Ard Ingalls is at the Home of his Uncle o. W. Ingalls for a few Days. G. Mcfarland went to St. Johns Bury wednesday to attend the funeral of his Cousin Dennis Rice. Mrs. E. R. Mcshane entertained several ladies at dinner tuesday and mrs. G. Mcfarland gave a dinner Friday. Elsworth Heath went to the Hospital in St. Johnsbury Friday. Saturday morning he had his foot amputated four inches above the ankle. S Spring cleaning you la want that watch in Good order for the sugar season and we Are on the Job. Bring them in main Street Barton Vermont. S 1 m the perfection of Genco Light Bakefe it possible for every Rural Dweller to enjoy All the conveniences of electricity. Genco Light is Large enough and powerful enough so that All the tasks Chas running the sewing machine turning the Cream separator operating the vacuum cleaner running the washing machine and like jobs can be done by electricity. Genco Light is reasonable in Price easy to install and a child can operate it. Time payments easily arranged. Catalon on request. A. E. Counsell amp son St. A Finsbury Vermont classified advertising brings result if results Are to be had. Got any livestock to sell aut amp a furniture to dispose of rooms to rent or Wsot to find help or los articles our growing list of classified advertisers is proof enough that it pays. Read it every week. Lets get acquainted get better acquainted with your neighbors you might like him a that a a pretty Good motto for a Community like ours Isnit it town folks should get better acquainted with country folks the merchants and the Bankers should get to know the Farmers and How they Are farming. A pealing for this Bank wed like to get acquainted personally with every Farmer hereabouts he might like us enough to Deposit Money with us we might like Liim enough to lend him some. Anyway we could Swap ideas and perhaps add his to the rapidly growing list of subscribers for Charles Dopp has been confined to the House the past week with sick 51 the copy everywhere sometimes Banks get acquainted with Farmers by giving Good advice or urging Good roads or organizing calf clubs among the boys. That last was the Way of one whose Story is told in the country gentleman dated March 6. And wed like to get acquainted with you through this great National farm weekly itself. We know that the country gentleman helps Farmers All Over the United states to make More and More Money. It would please us to see Jou making More Money too so we stand read to Send in your subscription if you just say the word. One Dollar buys it for a whole year�?52 big Friendly helpful weekly issues. Get acquainted with the country gentle-ma1��?you�?Tre sure to like it. Barton savings Bank amp Trust co. 0�itel h. R. Cutler. Per id a Elephew s7 Genfi Smen. 1 because Yoa know me enter my charge the Cost $1.00, to me. For the cow tit for one

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