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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Barton, VermontPage two the Monitor september 1, 1920 Gib Hont amp company inc. Printers and publishers Orleans co Tinty Monitor Barton Vermont Hoed every wednesday and entered at to Post office in Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. B. Sawyer local manager pres Skippings Dales elect on almost certain. Waterbury record looks almost certain that congressman Porter h. Dale will succeed himself which in our jump rent is quite the proper action of the voters of this District. We would like to see or. Dale serve a term in Washington under a rep lican adm stration. He deserves this Opportunity and in our opinion no mistake will be made if the voters give him this Honor. Rat to a a a a cow its b. Sawyer local Man North Troy Vermont a a. Every Tho Redey and a term i voters the Post office in North Troy a of this District. Second class matter. I the Newport news b. F. Humphrey. Local manager Orleans county leads Vermont. Stanstead journal Many of the state papers Are refer .7 Teri it �8-�ve�o� swi Gerund t a America Unis Sulu to comply Israel every Friday and entered in toe Post office to Newport As second height at least Vermont a mountains Are not to be compared with those of class i matter. So or options Hay paper $2-00 per year 6 months $1.00 All subscriptions payable in Advance and All papers discontinued when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolution . Reading notices 15c per Ime per insertion a ossified advertising terms at top of classified column. These rates apply to any paper. Display advertising rates for any paper upon application. Switzerland. The fact is there is not sufficient similarity to warrant the use of the saying. Both Are at an Altitude favourable to All products that can be grown successfully but Switzerland is More rugged while Vermont surpasses All other sections in the variety and Beauty of its foliage and pastoral picturesqueness and Orleans county leads the state. Thiere Are Over 50 Ponds and lakes in the county and the network of Rivers and Brooks is simply wonderful. The Pink of the children a Cheeks Are deeper and the greens of the forests Are Richer than anywhere else m the world. This is also True of the Blue of the water and sky. The Brattleboro daily reformer is soon to raise its Price to 58 per or and to three cents per copy finding the Advance necessary on account of to in rapidly increasing Cost of items entering into the publishing business. There is every reason to believe that c. S. Emery of Newport will profit More than any of the other candidates for governor by the vote of the women who go to the primaries september 14. Or. Emery is the Only a at and out dry candidate for this office and it is generally expected that a very Large majority of the women will favor dry candidates. If this conclusion is right congressman Dale we a also profit by the female vote for he is also dry. This paper believes that there is evidence of great need for a state taxation equalization Board in recent grand list figures Given out from the state office and in events recently developed in connection with certain Rutland county lists. The detail of such a plan would needs be worked but carefully but other states have such boards and it is believed great Benefit would result in Vermont from a Nch a plan Brattleboro is said to have the second largest list of any town or City in Vermont but Brattle Horo May or May not have the second largest property value based on actual Sale values. One town sets a piece of property in the list at 54000, for example and raises a $2 tax while the next town might set the property in the list at $2000 and raise a $4 tax. We need greater Equality of valuation for taxation and greater a Quality of tax rates. Every woman who can qualify and who will qualify May go to the primaries on set Ember 14 and vote for town county and state officers. To qualify is a simple matter of taking tile Freeman a oath and asking that their name be put on the Check list. Town authorities have no option in the matter and the qualifications for voting Are exactly the same As those Tor a Man. A woman must be 21 years of age and a citizen Emder the Clement and his boy. Gan. Bennington Banner the commission to suggest any needed changes in the Vermont Constitution is getting the Worth of its Money and not much Money. The Benjamin a. Summer of Montpelier has sold to Charles h. Thompson All his Stock holdings in the ver not amp Quebec Power corporation and the Ithial Falls Power company at Par. Or. Summer has resigned As clerk and director of both these corporations and Roydene Reed of Hyde Park has been elected clerk and director of both corporations in is place. Sheriff f. H. Tracy and Deputy h. C. Lawson returned saturday evening from a trip West where they two two men in custody. The first was e. Robert Osgood charge with breach of parole and who will go to the House of correction to serve out his sentence for larceny of which he was convicted some time since. He was arrested in Teledo. They also took Irving Fifield of Montpelier from Detroit mich., where he has been employed. He is charged with non support of his family. The 1011th automobile Accident reported has reached the Secretary of states office some 15 having come to the office thursday. The Accident included w. Drew Varney who reported that while driving the Massachusetts Bible society car in St. Bans another machine ran into him because the Driver of the other car he said did not follow the a right of Road Law. N. Phelps of Barre made two reports one being that Battiste Passeroni ran into his truck and another that Ray Abbott ran into the truck. The latter time the truck was standing still the Abbott car backing into it. The state Board of medical registration has certified to the Secretary of state that the following persons May practice Medicine inv or Mont Kenneth Brown Orwell Byron , Worcester Herbert Durffee Winooski Albert Desautels Dover h. Zenas Ellis Poultney Ransom Holcom Isle Lamotte John Mccaskill Barre Charles Nicols j heart disease a made completo Coze of stomach trouble world Over and cure All the mean Conn. Wil a tricks of the grown up children who Leslie w Hite Granille n. Y., populate the Earth. Perhaps the limit Ert Demin a Corinth Maew of Absurdity urged at the meeting of Griswold crafts Bun Quot Horace Cra the commission a few Days ago is Gin Brooklyn n. That the Constitution of Vermont shall the program of the fourth annual make a Rule As to How it shall proceed convocation of Vermont congregate act on a proposed amendment to tonal ministers to be held at Middle the Constitution of the United states Bury College september 6 to 9, is an Back in 1791 Vermont surrendered to bounced. Tie lecturers will Rev. The United states of America and James l. Barton d. D., of Boston ceased to be an Independent re pub. Foreign Secretary of the american lie. Probably old Tom Chittenden i Board chairman of the american Mose Robinson Ira Allen and me committee near East Relief Moder rest of the gang that turned the trick Ator of the International co Grega never would have done such a thing j tonal Council prof. William Adams had they realized How badly gov., Brown. D., of Union theological Clement his boy Gan and the anti Seminary. Newyl Ork City chairman suffragists were going to feel about of the committee on he War and the mrs. Frank w. Wallace moult Onville Carroll co., n. H. A an account i read about a fruit a Tives or fruit liver tablets in Ono of our newspapers prompted me to try this remedy. I was All run Down and v. Cik was burdensome owing to indigestion and Fukune amps duo to Gas on my stomach which caused me to belch a Good Deal. My heart seemed to to affected. It was two years ago that i was in this condition and began the use of a fruit a Tives. Even though the trouble had been of a few years standing the use of a fruit a a ves proved the very remedy i required. I was freed of the indigestion which i attributed t j my heart and i can conscientiously recommend a fruit a Tives As a remedy of Merit. Mrs. w. Wallace. 50c, a Box 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from fruit a Tives limited n. We have Binder twine lots of it the Standard Deering twine. Start your gasoline engine with a Columbia hot shot Battery if you want Long and reliable service. Red Seal batteries .40 insurance of All kinds May a insurance Agency Barton Vermont let me sell you a horse Fork it will pay for itself in time and labor saved during the harvesting season. Liberation notice this is to certify that i have this Day Given my son Rupert e. Tate his time during his minority. I will not claim any of his wages or pay any of his debts after this Date. J. W. Tate. Witness p. G. Stone. Brownington vt., August 9, 1920. _33-35p capital looks Vermont Ward Barre times Purchase by Newyl Ork financial men of a Large manufacturing business in Brattleboro is another indication that capital is turning its eyes More and More toward Vermont the seat of so Many natural resources the Best Field for investment in Many lines of activity. Many other concerns in the Large cities have become vitally connected with Vermont concerns and Vermont products during fhe last few years and in most instances the connect it is have proven advantageous to Vermont and to the people of the immediate Vicinity of the manufacturing plants. In the Case in question at Brattleboro the Purchase of the Industry is said to presage Imi it Octant developments with the addition of More capital and to make it certain that there will be considerable growth in the business with corresponding Prosperity to Brattleboro and its immediate territory. This trend of capital into Vermont ought to be encouraged in some systematic Way for we have the natural resources to make Many More industries workable. A a Outlook president Ozora s. Davis d. D., of Chicago theological Seminary Rev. Herman f. Schwartz d. D., of new York City executive Secretary of the congregational world movement Rev. Malcolm Dana d. D., of new York City director of the no al work department of the congregational Home missionary society. After you eat always take Atonic instant relieve hear Tow Wom Bdrm of Aalto. Stops food 80unn& re Ting and All stomach Mijenes. My . Atonic. Tool Moor we a al Rcd Oak a Hon Tosas so Myrto Awid in Fri a d. Pierce. Arum. Yer meet what the representatives of Orleans county towns say with reference to u. W. Brown of West More As a senatorial candidate. We the undersigned representatives of the 1919 legislature of Vermont wish to say to the voters of the town of w est More that they displayed Good judgment in placing the name of Urbin w. Brown As their territory. Candidate for county senator. We know him to be a Man of sound do not read this a Good Many people put off havin the comforts they deserve in Denly they Wake up to find their lives almost gone. You know your wife and yourself will be happier with electricity in your Home and bams. Done to Wear your life away doing useless chores. Let us make you Happy with a Genco electric ugh Tibig system Vermont notes Ber its As Fine is made and Light Plant As there it has Many features Jud ent. Quick in i decisions which make Long Tiff ready for bus mess and that he a and Small Upkeep specially favors the banners and is a a we win a a be glad to Tell you ally to Supi Wrt therm about the Genco at any time he was called the Farmers repre-1 prices and easy Pajma ent plan Totive in the last legislature and you do not have to buy of course if the voters of Orleans Bounty wish but give us the fun of telling you to support a Good Man in eve the Genco. Men of voting age in Vermont num t ratio Len i p Cam r 124.506, while the women of Vot a. Jiuu Nelll amp Jun ing age total 117,571. So males need not yet fear political domination if they stick was a Large attendance at present Law As to naturalization and the Morrisville fair held last week. Jug path of residence in the state and town. 6 Only apparent exception to this is that a woman whose husband is not qualified to vote even Tim ugh she be native bom and 21 years of age will be unable to qualify under the Law. Women should take a Vai stage of this privilege by seeing Itiat their names Are upon the Check list of their town which Are just now being revised. They should go to the polls on september 14 and Register their voice for officials. The Village of Orleans staged and maces fully put through one of the biggest and Best events in the line of a Celebration Ever held in Southern Orleans county at its Centennial anniversary last week. From the open my carnival event to the closing of the historical address there was not a hitch not a mar to the entire program. The decorations have not been stir passed in this part of the state and the three Days were filled with pleasure and profit. Ideal weath the Stock and crop exhibits were not As Large As in some years. There was some Good racing and an exhibit of an air plane. The annual convention of the Vermont sunday school association will be held in St. Johnsbury october 1-3. The program indicates a three Days session of unusual interest with sunday school leaders of the country contributing helpful addresses. The shortage of cars in Barre is mate. There Are 700 cars needed in that City alone to get the Granite now awaiting shipment out of the City while the other towns in Washington county Are about As badly tied up for Lack of cars. Unless cars arrive soon a suspension of work will have to occur. Mrs. L. Hibbard mrs. Euen m. Johnson and miss Emma Ford All of Burlington and All Over 60 years of age recently climbed six and one half Miles from morsels Hill to the Taft Lodge on mount Mansfield and then one and one half Miles to the Summit House where they stayed Over night and wednesday they walked to Stowe Village a distance of 10 Miles. September 14th. F. W. A a Hastings Glover f. C. Kinney Greensboro Geo. U. Porter legislative Post master Greensboro 4-34-13-2t St. Johnsbury al g. W. Phillips Irasburg a a Westfield h. B. Hitchcock Wes a. P. Sweet Lowell g. C. Lucier Jay h. M. Page Holland c. R. Durgin Morgan m. S. Sawyer Craftsbury f. C. Brown Barton w. A. Elliott Coventry e. N. Connal. Newport Center. Build your future in six months Start september 1-15 e estate of Annel. Corley Vermot a it i tract of Orleans is. The honorable probate oort for the District of Orleans. To All persons interested in the estate of Ann e. Corley lat of Albany in deceased. Greeting at a probate oort. Bolden at Barton. In told and for said District on the to Tufa Day of and ust. 19� an instrument purport Inato be toe last Ann e. Corley late of Albany in said District deceased was presented to the Coart aforesaid for probate. And it is ordered by said Coart that the Mth Day of sept. 19�. At f. W. Baldwins office Everton at of clock p. M concerned by Tbs order three weeks successively in the Orleans Fogt Nonty Monitor a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District Prev Loas to the appointed. Ther Pfohe. Yon Are hereby not ded to m i appear before skid Quot oort. At the t place aforesaid and to contest the p and of said Yon have Ca ast Quot Given under my band at Newport in said disc let. This a the Day of August. 19�. »-7 3. M. Spotan or. Register i Caiu mrs. Mark Eastman of Duxbury or contributed to the Success of the the in charge Are _ a�?Tn��vf�?o7e��e��k�?oas la Ato be most heartily congratulated for at the Junction of the Waterbury i they succeeded in getting Large Barre Highway and the Road from crowds in giving the crowds All the Duxbury. Friday death ensuing about Tuc a j a an hour after the Accident. The woman was hit while or. Ramum was attempting to avoid several boys on bicycles who had just turned into toe main Road from toe direction of Duxbury and or. Ramum did not know he had struck the woman until he aug ted from his car after the vehicle had collided with a mail Box Telephone pole and a Large Maple tree. Grasshoppers Are causing a great Deal of trouble in Addison and chit Tenden counties. Many farms in Chittenden county have been infested i the estate of Ephraim i Craft san a in said dust we Krak estate of Ephraim a. Robbins state of Vermont District of Orleans is the honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to the heirs and All persons interested in. Robbins late of District deceased , apply coition hath own made to this court in writing by the adm Elstra advertised and More and no mishap barred toe greatly varied program a Many ways the rest of the towns a this part of Vermont must a know Faige toe spirit of Progress of or pcs a an example worthy of emulation. There is reason to expect that Orleans will stand As the second largest place in the county when the Cen St returns Are announced and with the spirit of Unity found in Orleans to a marked degree with a thorough be be in their Village their industries and their men there is every reason to expect Orleans to make marked Progress in each decade which Marks the coming Century. Congratulations and Best wishes to Orleans. Ata no. . N t f victims rescued Tor praying for Ilc Nih and authority Tovy Gill ail of realer Tate of a Aid Decea de. For the payment of debt and charge of admin Hora thou. Setting Forth therein the Antuano of debt due rom Ald deceased the Chi of admin Traylon. And the amount a goal estate and the situation of the Tate. F. S. Whitcher Barton it. Probate courts be held at the office of f. W. Bau wis. In of each month in the afternoon and at office of k. A. Look. U Orleans. In the afternoon of the third Friday of each month. Parties desiring to transact i Obata business at Barton or Orleans should not Luj the judge in Advance that he May take the the Rosto office at Newport will be open every Day. Except sundays and holidays but those coming from a distance As far As possible should make special appoint ments with the court in Advance. E. J. . Judge. Commissioners notice Jervah amp Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All kinds phones j. J. Workins 153-2 f. A. Jervah 18 or. E. H. Hills veterinary of pics Aud Hospital East main Street Tel 43, Newport or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate of Ontario veterinary College phone 138-11 Davis livery stable metropolitan life ins. Co. Branch office 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 al Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit l. H. Mciver d. O. S. in optometry appointments can be made by mail or phone for the examination of the eyes for a Tasse. Optical supplies of All kinds and repairs made. Phone 332-2 Renihan Block Newport it. Estate of Martha b. Lamonda a. C. , d. V. M. The undersigned having been appointed i veterinarian of the honorable probate t ourt for the strict of Orleans. Commissioners to re pc ass rms r delve examine and adjust the claims and office at Newport. Vermont demands of All persons against the estate of Martha b. Lamonda 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 a late residence of Martha b. in the town of Greensboro in said District the by Day of september and Zund Day of january next from l o clock p. A. Until 4 of clock p. A. On each of said Days and that six months from the bid Day of july a. 19�, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Greensboro this 12th Day of August. A. 19�. A. O. Chase. J. H. Barrington. 85-36 commissioners. Compisi ers notice estate of Elliza s. Eaton the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Orlenn. . To receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Eliza s. Eaton late of Barton in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the Central Bank Trust co. In the Village of Orleans. In said District on the a the Day of sept. And 27tn Day of december next from 1 of clock p. M. Until 8 of clock p. My a on each of said Days and that six 19�. Is the time limited by said creditors to present i heir claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Orleans. It. This 19th Day of August a. D., 19�. Roy bean Carl French 84-86 commissioners. Estate of Peter Durocher state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of Peter Durocher late of Glover in said District deceased. Whereas application in Wiitung hath been made to this court by the executor praying for License and authority to sell All of real estate of said deceased to wit the Home farm of said and being All and the same land and premises deeded the said Peter Durocher and Albert Durocher by r. Eliza i it. Johnson by warranty deed dated 1 Une 11th. 1906 and recorded in but a a 17. Page 81 of Glover i it and records said land and premises located in Glover in it would Bema Elf Cal to the heirs and All persons interested in the estate of said deceased to sell real estate and convert the same into Money. And bringing into court the consent and approbation in or plug. Of All the heirs to mid estate residing in this state and setting Forth the situation of the real estate. Whereupon the said court appointed and assigned the 9th Day of sept. 19�. To office in Newport in said District at 9 o clock p. A. To hear and de Clde upon said application and ordered that Public notice thereof to be Given to All persons interested therein by Pito Lishing this order three weeks Success Lovely in the Orleans county Monitor. A newspaper published at Barton which circulates in the neighbourhood of those persons interested therein All of time appointed for bearing. Therefore you Are notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid then and there in said court to acc a the granting of such License if you Given under my hand at Newport in said do tract this 20th Day of aug., 19�. �4-w b. M. Spooner r ser Register. Commissioners notice estate of Henry w. Harrub the undersigned having been a potted by the honorable probate <5ourt District of Orleans. . To receive examine and adjust the Cuitis and demands of All persons against the estate of Henry w. Harrub late of Taun ton 51a�, to wit Greensboro in said Del tract. Deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid be Henri to town clerk s office to the town a Tofu al in Green pm it to. In said District on the a epee a a a it or and 2nd Day of Jan he real is j p. M. Until wide Roku Pon. The said court appointed i and assigned the 2nd Day of Hept. 19�. At a and Day of la probate iffy Lee in ewer it in said a Quot a he time limited by ing Sald order. Together with the time and pie of hearing three was Success Vel in tie Orleans a i ant Monitor a Newsham per which circulates in the Ltd gtd of interested in said estate in which publications Squill ire previous to the Day assigned for h a ing. 5kkf<rhk. Or it a Ai hereby notified to Edney liver bladder and uric acid troubles Are most dangerous be. Dux Baucu a suss of their insidious at tactics. T App re a Tori a do a Durt. At the Lime ind a tettion by Takfai Given under hand to Newi cold medal. W. 8. Ingalls. A. Thilk Thon Roii Insle in Lois ers Delco ought the Romp to al. Bucko a feed stable protect your cows by spraying them with Cura bos perfection by Kier the flies business director j. M. Blakem d Barton it the fitting of glasses to a a a a a c. A. Cramton m St.johnsbuky.harry Dickens no insurance and auction office phone 62-3. Residence Orleans. Vermont f. R. Hastings m. Barton it. Returned from medical service seas sep r 1st g. S. Courser. Licensed auctioneer Limber Esti South Albany a it notice inside and outside paint ii paper hanging Bell phone 13-12. P. J. Guert j08iau a. Pearson m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue Tel. No. 44-4 Barton a them stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular St. A mail orders attended to promo misses Trudeau and whee 77 main St Newport al r. J. Beeman Censed auctioneer East Hardwick Vei guaranteed to kill Money refunded. Have the Whiz automobile greases Axle grease binding twine or. Lesure a and or. Lawyers vet Inary remedies North Star woo fat Royal Gall cure harnesses whips blankets and All kinds of strap work for Sale at the Glover harness shop m. W. Johnson prop., successor to a. B. Speir Glover Vermont Daisy White teacher of violin and express graduate of mount Ida sch Newton mass studio 783 East main St. New e. H. Howe successor to Hove amp Stoi real estate Newport Tel. 175 roots Block n. H. Drew so. Walden licensed auctioneer guaranteed. All feeds amp Gre in Are cheaper we think still lower prices will be seen for your immediate needs we offer a Complete assortment 2 cart of pure bran due can you use a Load out of the car Ray p. Webster Barton it. A Power Pluti Babylon s a million. Feb Ion is by a a Rcv a a to a amp be Tiv fir sir City to att amp in a porn latino a i by a Ationo have come in swarms and preyed. Upon the Grain the grass in the instars and All sorts of growing join. They have even attacked i maj gardens and in some cases eaten up the vegetables to such an extant that they were a melees. In fact these pest Ferous bogs have to i i my Nina at a a a pro i. Id Liisia of tract. This la in Flay o August 1930. B. M. , u. Go tar. Toat or bib Egypt in the Ami the ind it Israel and the hard hearted solves the a a retired Farmer problem by modernizing the farm Home. Stirch or Thoet where Good service banking needs the service of the Barton savings Bank amp Trust company is Ood services Well planned to meet Ever it legitimate banking Ned. A Strong depositary for working capital. Barton savings Bank amp Trust Barton Vermont

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