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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor september 8, 1920page two insurance of a kind probate courts press clippings business direct publican and the candidate for lieu tenant governor is a Democrat. Now it is natural for Newport to want to Honor both men but such a thing is simply impossible under the primary Law As it now stands. In the primaries a voter cannot ballot in two party columns and if he does the ballot is. Spoiled and does not count. Either or. Emery for Gover nor or or. Root for lieutenant governor wi3 have to be left without our complimentary votes. If both Are complimented neither will receive any Benefit. Since or. Root is sure of his nomination there being no opposition it would seem Wise to vote in the Republican column Only. Or. Emery has opposition and every vote will count for him. J. M. Blakem Barton it the Ntim. Of Lefto Msj Crft c c. A. Cramt0n, office hours a a inst of Telephone. Harry Dickens Orleans Vermont i p d u a Tito. Barton it. Returned from medical service f seas september it g. S. Coursed Censed auctioneer umber Esuf " South Albany Verma f notice inside and outside pain paper hanging Bell phone 13-1 2 t p. J. Guert josiaha.peaes0n. T dentist it. Affili m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital i Lakeview Avenue tel. No. 44--4 Barton 1.um, we Hemstitch in All the popular i a mail orders attended to prom misses Trudeau and whet 77 main st. Newport it r. J. Beeman licensed auctioneer East hard Wick ven Daisy White j teacher of violin and Euprea graduate of mount Ida sol Newton mass i studio 783 East main st new i e. H. Howe i successor to Howe & Sti real estate newp0bt tel 175 woot s Block j n. H. Drew so. Waterf licensed auction kit satisfaction guaranteed. Ican expeditionary forces during the height of the world War. I was gen t conceded that Nadier Edou t pc 4 is Rivee a. The May s insurance. Agency Barton Vermont Jervah & Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All kinds phones j. J. Corkins 153- 2f. A. Jervah 18 or. E. H. Hills veterinary of pics and Hospital East main Street tel. 43. Newport 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 Jav. Bernard dept. Supt. Cleon 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 or. Harry f. Hamilton dental surgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete or a equipment Hospital unit l. H. Mciver d. O. S. Specialist in optometry can be made by mail or phone for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Optical supplies of All kinds and re pairs made. Phone 332- 2renihan Block Newport it. A. C. Farmer d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Back s feed stable build your future in six months Start september 1- 15 e e my up l a it m i e o n school civil seb vice Tasany. . Some prices Are 1 i six years ago we m politics in Essex county. Stanstead p. Journal Essex county is having a Little excitement Over the election of county senator Luther a. Cobb president of the Island Pond National Bank was the first in the Field and c r. Powell an attorney has come into the Field to liven matters up. Or. Powell is going after the banking interests Hammer and his chief argument is that there Are Sev eral Bank men seeking office this year. We have always supposed that the Legal profession were More Orless Given to the habit of office hold ing a and the Bankers have always been accused of being tight wads too much so to be interested in the munificent ? compensations follow ing in the Wake of the average ver Mont office. If Powell is As Good at Candida ting for office As in directing a band he ought to get . Cobb is Good enough business Man to make a successful Bank in a Small town and he also made one of the Best state Bank commissions ver Mont Ever had. He was born on a Morgan farm and is a self mad e Man. In these Days of the demand for goo business men in politics it would seem that or. Cobb is scripture measure for this Job and we wonder at his being willing to give his time to it. True every word of in Barre times the reason Why Bri Radier Gener a Clarence r. Edwards u. S. A., has been removed from command of tiie northeastern department of tha United states army and transferred to the command of a brigade in the first division at Camp Taylor Louisville. By. Is just about As obscure As the reason Why he was replaced As the head of the 26 h Divisi a of the Amer office r of the 2 in Divi. I Sion particularly curing those Sigats when the c v s on was being for service abroad and it was r Hought by the Public that he was do j re Good service As head it the North Eastern Cestari Nierri. It May be taj m.1 the Transfer was merely one of those . E cans inca Argret All through this Region. In de Claring that the Best wishes of the of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts go with the general and mrs. Edwards wherever the nation May Call them gov. Coc Edge expressed the sentiment of the of Vermont As Well As the who e of new England. There Are a Rood Many fathers and mothers in ver Mont who feel that general Edvards was More or less of a father to their boys while the 26th division was under his command and they cannot forget the kindness shown to them and theirs in such exhibitions of kindly consideration. Gibson wet Gordon close labor Man Springfield reporter capt. E. W. Gibson of Brattleboro enters the contest for a seat in con Cress As the member from the second Vermont District with a dandelion stuck in his helmet and his Lance tilted at that local opt in wind ii i. The volstead act As needing amendment alone lines of reason an a rom or. R. the Captain chief concern seems to be Over what he terms household necessity otherwise know Las dandelion win a Knemo or tar concoction if it mar ant of of one per Cert of alcohol bul the trouble is if it contains More it is a direct violation of the Encin measure of the Trothi hint a Law to a the Home Brewers Are in danger of prosecution. The Captiva is fret tire along lines which Are neither ten and the Thott taking the pubic into it seer j . In it is certainjelji0& Loh in the any event Mius x or cent that brigadier Geser Al Edwards Hasin 17a0 the population of Vermont endeared to the of England As he endeared in self was fcs.423. The census of 1s0o gave Vermont 154,465, an increase in the the to is the 2wh d5v15 or. And Tea of 6d,040 or s03 per cent t departure for a new Post of years ,a v a duty be heard of with Deen re Golpin Hunt & company inc. Printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton term out issued every wednesday and entered at tie Post Osce in Barton As second Cla a matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. K. Sawyer local manage North Troy term out it Raed every thursday and entered t the Postof Sce in North Troy As second Clas s matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey. Local manager 67 main Street Newport Vermont lamed every riday and entered at the posto23.ee to Newport As second Al m matter. Subscriptions any paper $2.00 per year 6 months51.00 a subscriptions payable in Adrance and All papers discontinued when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c resolutions 11.00. Reading notices 15c per line per insertion. Classified advertising terms at top of classified column. These rates apply to any paper. Display advert sir or rates for any paper upon application. Why Emery at the primaries next tuesday will be settled who is to be Vermont s next governor. The Chiee is important and there Are several candidates for the position. But there Are reasons this paper thoroughly believes Why c. S. Emery of Newport should be room lated for governor. Among the reasons Are briefly these 1. Me is a native be err. Enter a Man who knows from experience the of Vermont ask culture ver i Mont Industry and the religion and social fabric of the state. He is Vyp a a r c a thinking and acting no fenced a varied career All touching. Vermont affairs and Vermont men. Knows Vermont As few men know 2. His nomination would be a great to Numen Xor the poor Moa m politics and a telling blow to the huge expenditures of Money in campaigns which so often leads to Cor up to who seek Osce should be measured by their ability and not x the amount of Money they Are willing to bid in seeking position. 3. Or. Emery deserves consideration for his great Public service. Dur ing the period of the War when other candidates were making Large sums Ftp Money As a result of War prices or. Emery was serving his state and station with his time talents and Money without stint. L. Or. Emery stands for the Constitution and for Law and order. The Isth and 19th amendments have enacted into the fundamental Laws of the land principles which or. Emery advocated and stood for during his years of Public life. Certain other candidates oppose some of these constitutional Laws. 5. Or. Emery is Orleans county s candidate. He has lived Laboured and served among us for years. He is a Man who knows his friends and neighbors High or Low morning or night. He is honest Earnest and Loy Al. Xot simply because he is a county Trian but because he is the Man far governor and a county Man is reason enough for supporting him. C. Or. Emery s experience would carry to the executive chair an Intelli gence of the state s affairs a Diplo Macy a rigid Economy and a spirit of Progress not found in Vermont s chief executive for several terms. And finally or. Emery is a Christian gen Tom an whose Grace and dignity would Honor any occasion. Ill. Emery easily qualifies As the Man Best suited for the Osce and there is no reason Why Orleans coun v so veld not support him almost to a vote. This is fair week. The women should Register and tote. Cast your primary ballot for parter h. Dale for Congress. Or. Dala s experience his ability his Fin Christian character his belief in prohibition and rigid enforcement his position already attained in Congress his acquaintance with the and the District All Mark him out As a m3.3 who should represent us in Washington. Vote for Porter ii. Dale of Island Poni. A Bitt As a gubernatorial Factor is easy slipping. This is reported 77reason nor if he thinks he must go to Washington to save from cruel persecution who make a right and proper use of a cel Larf us of such indispensable As Dan Delion wine Elderberry wine. Cider bitters and Raspberry Shub. Lie can do a Heap More Good by Sta Jug and attending Usu those criminal cases which come to his attention As state s attorney for Windham county and Are traceable to generous imbibing of lome brew. Hon. John w. Gordon of Barre an other candidate for Congress from this District does not appear to be and too clearly understood in regard to his attitude towards organized la Bor and there is a vague suspicion that he is rather More of a Union Man than would be altogether desirable in congressman. In the published statement of his views he covers capital and labor in a smoothly written paragraph which does not commit him to either Side and yet does not unmistakably establish his neutrality. So far neither of his opponents have placed any obstacles Worth mentioning in the Way of h. Dales return to the National Hall of representatives. Sometimes opportunities seem Tobe everywhere except in the place you Are looking for them. What is More pathetic than a Rich old Man who imagines the Young Girlis marrying him for love clothes Don t make the Man but the Price of them sometimes mighty nearly unmake him. We have Binder twine lots of it the Standard Deering twine. Start your gasoline engine with a Columbia hot shot Battery if you want qing and reliable service. Keel peal batteries he let me sell you horse Fork it will pay for itself in time and labor saved during the harvesting season. F. S. Whitcher Barton it. Protect your cows by spraying them with Cura bos perfection Fly killer guaranteed to kill the flies or Money the Whiz automobile greases Axle grease binding twine or. Lesure s and or. Law yer s vet imry remedies Northstar 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 i. To Korty Feack without question ii Hunts Salve Mil in the treatment of itch. it 1" 7 Fred d. Pierce Barton. Vermont Man in Penn i sanitation special sessions of the probate court willbe held at the office of f. W. Bail Wiljo b Tox. On the second and fourth Days of each month in the afternoon and at the office of k. A. Cook. A Oju a the afternoon of the third Friday of each month. Parties desiring to transact prolate at Karton or Vriens a oui in Advance that he May take the necessary probate office at n i port will to open every Day except sundays and Boll Days but those Eoln from a distance As far As possible should mate special appoint ments with the court in . J. Smith. Judge. Commissioners notice estate of Nora Holmes the undersigned. Have of been appointed by the honorable probate urt for the District of Orleans. Commissioners to re get examine and adjust the claims an demands of All persons against the estate 01nora Holmes late of Glover in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby Arlve notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of f. G. Fleetwood in the town or Morristown in said District the Soth Day of september and 14th Day of january next from Povlock p. M until 5 o clock p. In on each of said Days and that six months from the 14th Day of july a. D. 1920.is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Morristown this 1st Day of sep tember. A. D. 1s20. W. M. Sargent. D. A. La Fountain. Ass s commissioners. Commissioners notice estate of Eliza s. Eaton the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. Commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons Asra inst the estate of Kliza s. Katon late 01 Barion in Saiu District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby Stive notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the Central Savin Bank a Trust co. In the Village of Orleans. Inlaid District on the 2v-t Dav f sept. And attn Day of december next from 1 o clock . Until s o clock p. A. On each of Saiti Days and that six months from the sird Day of Only. A. Dis the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and at Orleans. It this itch Day of August. A. A. 1vav. Roy . Estate of Peter Durocher state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of Peter Ini Rocher late of Glover in said District deceased Greti sgt whereas application in writing Baths in made to this court by the executor praying for and authority to sell allow real estate of said deceased to wit the Home farm of Ald deceased and be int All and the same land and premises deeded the said Peter Durocher and Albert Durocher by r. Eliza i Johnson by warranty deed dated june Lith. Los and recorded in Rook it. Padre st of Glover land records said land and premises located in Glover in said District representing to said court that it would be he Uncial to the heirs and All persons interested in the estate of said de ceased to sell real estate and convert the same into bringing into court the consent and approbation in writing of All the heirs Tomid estate residing in this stat and setting Forth the situation of the real estate. Whereupon the said court appointed and ass eced the the Day of septet at the probate office in Newport in said District at 2 o clock p. M to hear and de i de upon said a plication. An ordered that Public notice thereof to be Given to All persons interested therein by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper published at Barton which circulates in the neighbourhood of those persons interested therein All of which publications Seal be previous to the time appointed for bearing. Therefore Yon Are notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid then and therein said court to object to the granting of such License if Yon see cause. Given under my hand at Newport in said District. Thls3c the Day of aug. b. M. Spoon or. Register. Estate of Ann e. Corley state of Vermo District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District of All persons interested in the estate Pfann k. Cor Ley lat of Albany inlaid District Eueasea. Greeting at a probate court Holden at Barton wit Hinand for said District on the ?7t h Day Ofa Trust. La an instrument purport tag to Bethe last will and testament of Ann e. Corle late of Albany in said District deceased was presented to the court aforesaid for probate and it is ordered by said court that the2th Day of sept. Iso. At f. W. Baldwin office. Barton at 2 o clock p. A. Be assigned for proving said instrument an that notice thereof b in Lorn to nil Brinn concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans . A new super circulating in that Vicinity in said do strict previous to thetis , Yon Are hereby notified to apr ear before said court at the time and place Ai Orsaio. Ana to contest the probate Nuu in 11 Juu Nve cans. Port. In Saidi. Mhairi i of aut Sib. 3i.8po a nor. Resister. Ana care the name of Agan s Barton speech was As full of holes As an old Skimmer. In his enthusiasm for a Little Beer or. Agan completely lost himself in a Fiat contradiction. He first stated that there is More liquor now sold in Vemont than there was under local option. Then he got off a Beautiful sob Story of a woman in Bennington who died of Insunza because no liquor what Ever could be found. He did not explain what he As governor would do to change the present status of things. In fact he did not state that the governor can have nothing whatsoever to do about it. The Law is a National Law and All the governors of All the states could not make it less or More effective. With regard to roads he has some Good ideas but he asked for personal rights and objected to having one town dictate u another f what they should do with their roads. And later in his address said he woul 1 have the state build the trunk line j i highways taking the matter entirely. Roof the hands of local . Of mean is playing a Fine game to the j Calenes. Loss of population in state of ver Mont. There Are 332,421 inhabitants in Vermont according. To the announce i h census Bureau at Washington. In the census of 1910 or 41 per cent 1s20. 23oo, an in crease of 18.071 or a 2 per cent 1s33. 150,632, an increase of 44.6s5, or 13.9 per cent 1s40, 221,943, a gain of 11,-2-6, or 4 per cent 1s50, 314,120. A gain of 22j.t2, or 7.5 per cent is go 315.093, a gain of 973, a gain of three tenths per cent 1s70, 330,551, a gain of 13,453. Or 4.9 per cent 1ss0. 332,-2s-6, a gain of 1735, or five tenths per cent 1890, 332,422, a gain of 132 1900, 343,641, a gain of 11,219, or 3.3 Oer cent 1910, 355,956, a gain of 12,-31 5, or 3.6 per cent for the first year in 130 years the 3,920 figures show a loss in population. West Rutland Lister found Xot guilty. William r. Dwyer one of the list ers of the town of West Rutland was found not Cuilty by jury saturday evening of the charge of malfeasance in office by failing to list at its proper value personal property belonging to the Vermont Marble company and also in exempting a Quarry which had not been exempted by the voters. The j Ury was out Only an hour and a half i after listening to evidence for three f state had introduced evidence to show that or. In yer Ard his Asso j rred Enck Lanther. Had Unce Resti mated by More than a million dollars blocks of Marble belonging to the company in appraiser it for Taxa--1tion. Or. Dwyer denied thi3 and a so denied that he had said when in i conversation with a representative of the state tax commissioner s Osce who.wa3 looking up conditions attest Rutland that the Vermont mar ble company controlled the votes of West Rutland. This is said to be the first time in Vermont that the state authorities have brought criminal proceedings against a Lister for alleged failure to do his spite of the failure to conviction this Case it was stated tonight by municipal Judee George m. Goddard who presided in the Case that juries would be empanelled in the rear future to try the Holt and Lanthier cases. 31 to b. I ii Gas resigns office 3io i vegas. Who has been state commissioner of education since 1916 has presented his resignation to the members of the state Board of Edu cation to be effective not later than october 1 or As much earlier a 3 he can be relieved of the duties of the Osce in order that he May take up the duties of his new position As pro Fessor a the teachers College of Columbia University. No one has yet been selected to succeed him although the Board has the names of several educators under time to eh1. Hillegas accepted the position at Columbia at a con-5ver a e Advance in salary Over what state of Vermont has been paying m and it is understood that to aboard would liked to have retained races at a substantial s. Ter they were ayin hindu it to Vermont ten the Carnegie foundation made. The time e was an instructor at co Jjck Tibia. In 1216 he came 5 rain to t r to Jung up the work of the i 3 a 1 Fatone resigned which the Carnegie foundation advised Hea so instituted Many ideas of his f11 the educational system of i Renee. Amonete Isis. V will be a distinct loss to Veont j. I wealth in t everything of course a3j ? teen said so often but thence Ter a poverty is the Root of much failure. Time Fang s heavily upon those who ". Make 11 a Felly. $ when e tits High but just a minute were compelled to As its alcoholic Content. Ai Tost any t you More dollars for a gasoline Batter a equipped engine than we can sell you a Gas line or kerosene engine today equipped with Magneto. The Noj spark delivered Froit the oscillating a Neto assures you of better running engine therefore taking everything into Coffi Side ration an engine purchased today does Noj met Nupur Ink Rolf or roof it of six Leafs Bow vol. I w lib 11uu t t ill us figure with you. 8. Eow sew k sow putting it up to men who know the problems of the milk pro plants More experts carry of the amerind the milk distributor Good of infinite detail. From country by their supervision their attention to de with a steady Eye and cheerful heart for it has Many Good things in store for you if you improve your opportunities and prepare wisely by depositing regularly with the Barton savings Bank & Trust company Wittjr us pics n Hood has become a household word table food product must be handled with maximum care and minimum uuu4 once site of it invest ration of Vermont Educa Bao itt supporters. Emery and Hart to on Al conditions and followed by its 53 Are coming to the front Bat How j recommendations As to changes that Hartress can be considered seriously were pct Iri effect later. Or. Hill eras n he has been so disinterested in wry it vow jerks in the past As to ignore town meetings but of a sudden finds it rec sexy to spend a Fortune to Makin himself known in ode that h st a 4 interest paid on savings accounts Standard of Quality for nearly three quarters of a Century. With constant Experiment test and re test they search for new uses of by products As a per entire of waste. With continuous Check and re Check of operations the Strite for More economical methods of Anu facture and a cleaner purer safer is a wonderful work they do but by the volume of the business it handles h. Hood & sons is enabled to maintain this department at a Cost of but a very Small Frac Tion Ofa cent per Dollar of sales. The result achieved prove it cot an expense but a Economy. Loss. Men of science of careful training skilled chemists of expert judg men give their labor and thought to the intricate problems of purity and safety. In the Laboratory of its Boston distributing station h. P. Hood & sons requires the ser vices of fifteen chemists. With uni arc Scop and retort test tubes and chemicals All raw material is daily Analysed. In other perchance be made governor is a Riddle yet unsolved. Bat for Hart-1 3 mess tremendous expenditure of Moa f11 by in this Campaign he would be out f the running entirely. If we want Soney to talk and to talk loud in poli tics and Gam a still stronger stranglehold on Ermont politics Hartness is a Man whose example Points that Way. Newport Lias a candidate forc Ventor and lieutenant to tar Barton savings Bant & Trust co h. P. Hood &. Sons the gubernatorial Candida. Teia a be tap is is ice Root of milk t Vermont Dairy expert Barton Witt

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