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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor september 29, 1920 Page two i business director or. E. H. Hills veterinary office 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 w. 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 appointments 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. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Back s feed stable insurance of All kinds May s insurance Agency Barton Vermont protect your cows by spraying them with Cura bos perfection by killer guaranteed to kill the flies or Money refunded. Have the Whiz automobile greases Axle grease binding twine or. Lesure s and or. Law yer s vet Inary 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 Milorey Back without question if Hunt s Salve Falls in the treatment of itch eczema. Ringworm Tetter or other it bins skin diseases. Try 75 cent bos at our risk Fred d. Pierce Barton Vermont Josiah a a j m. Blake m. D Barton it i special attention Stiver diseases of to to Taniere the fitting of Glai Efto the office Hopes Umeye 1msunday and by speeds is c. A. Cramton. Mijc n in x. Iliac a of office office Hoiu a. 9.fk,a v v ver 1 can be made in 0l i Telephone. A univ by letter Harry Dickens general insurance ? office phone 63 Orleans Vermont t f. R. Hastings. to Barton it. Returned from medical service o seas september 1st f g. S. Courser t licensed auctioneer Timber estimate South Albany Vermont m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue i tel. No. 44--4 Barton v he stitching f we Hemstitch in All the popular Sty All mail orders attended to Promp. Misses Trudeau and wheel 77 main st. Newport it i r. J. Beeman s licensed auctioneer i East hard Wick Vermac Daisy White f teacher of violin and expressive graduate of mount Ida Sam Newton mass i studio 783 East main st Newt e. H. Howe i successor to Howe & Slot real estate Newport tel 175 Root s Block n. H. Drew so. Walden j licensed auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed. Jervah & Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of kinds phones j. J. Corkins 153- 2 f. A. Jerrah 18 if Carroll Smalley Page were assured of As easy a time two years hence As William Paul Dillingham had this year said Carroll Smalley Page would no doubt be a most Happy individual. But there May be no need to worry for opposition May Peter out As it did in the Case of Dillingham when it came to a real times this paper wonders what would happen to Carroll Smalley if Porter. Dale could be induced to enter the senatorial Field in two years. Fien red on the Cost basis c. S. Emery led All the other candidates by wide margins an the votes received for the Money expended. According to Campaign expenses filed and official returns of the vote Emery s votes Cost him 14 cents each Agan s 40 cats Babbitt s 60 cents and Hartness $1.60, for every vote he received. This last Ngure is just about the per capita amount Cox says the republicans m the nation planned to spend which charge the republicans hasten to deny and denounce. It is a wrong Prui Hipxe allows a Man to spend $38,000 for a Job which pays $6,000 in salary for the entire term of office. Hartness is a splendid Man but the plan and Prin Ciple upon which he is being made governor is wrong. This paper s discussion of the ques Tion of sunday sport and Observance and inviting contributions on the subject is taking Root. But there must be others who have opinions Worth pub Lishing. If so Send them along to the editor. The question of Laws governing our Sabbath will most Assur edly come up at the next session of the legislature. One of the Funda mental questions is whether we individually and All the people have a Relig ious duty to perform or not if we have is not a fairly Good old fashioned sunday Observance a More Likely method of aiding toward the duty than an open sunday.? if there is still a creative god and a Savior has Man any duty to perform toward his creator or his Savior and if he has is a sunday in which one is Given a Chance to meditate and worship uninterrupted and without distraction a Good thing Well let s hear from our readers. Campaign expenses High. Hartness spent nearly $40,000. Emery less than $2000. The four candidates for the Republican nomination for governor have filed their Campaign expense account sin accordance with the Law As have other candidates for office. Hartness spent More than twice As much Money As All the other Candi dates for All the offices in the state combined and reaches the huge total of $39,260.99. The items As Given Are As follows st. Albans messenger co paper envelopes Etc $10,685.85 Hays advertising Agency 19,155.80salaries to assistants. 1,191.70 postage 65.82 Telephone and Telegraph 187.00 printing other than bulletins. 41.65 photographs. 98.47 travelling 384.75paid to Hartness club Telephone and Telegraph printing 826.81clerical assistance 2,775.95 postage and express. 1,123.41buttons 614.14 seals and signs 1,022.79the statement of Frederick h. Babbitt of Bellows Falls shows his total to be $6,942.94, of which the largest single item was $2,010 for Telephone Bill was $287.60. C. S. Emery s expense account was As follows 3,367 Miles travel by Auto Mobile owned and drive -. In by himself. $ 404.04hotel Bills and warfare.282.00 printing stationery and cuts 577.05 Campaign buttons 250.00 i postage 158.00 Telephone Telegraph and other incidental expenses 127.00 total $1,798.09the expenses of f. W. Agan As previously Given were $5,059.52.in the congressional Campaign Johnw. Gordon of Barre spent $802.67,the most of which was for printing circulars and travelling expenses including hotels Porter h. Dale of is land Pond $1,785.49 Ernest w. Gib son of Brattleboro $494.94.where there were no contests the expenses were very Light some of the figures being As follows Frank c. Archibald candidate for attorney general paid $1.34, of which36 cents was for warfare Between Montpelier and Barre and the remainder postage on nomination Gates of Montpelier Candi Date for state auditor spent $2.85 and Harry a. Black of Newport Candi Date for Secretary $11.40. Witters woefully wet Harry w. Witters an attorney of , the democratic nominee for Congress will contend for the elec Tion m this District against Porter , Republican on the following platform. Believing that the will of the peo ple should govern that personal Liberty is the very foundation upon which the greatness of the United states is founded and that local self govern ment is the most efficient Safe and satisfactory if elected your Congress Man i would work and fight for first. An amendment to the Constitution of the United states provid ing that no further amendments be made thereto without being submitted to the direct vote of the people in every state. Second. The repeal and submission to the people of the prohibition amendment upon the ratification of which the people never had an Opportunity to vote and which was forced upon the country by a minority while Over two million men were in France fighting for Freedom and while thereat majority of those at Home were bending every Effort toward the win. Ining of the War and were not watch ling the lobby a t washing Ortr r third. The immediate Motif in Tion t the volstead act to permit the Gippin Hunt & company inc. Printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Vermont issued every wednesday and entered at the Post office in Barton As second Clas matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manage North Troy Vermont issued every thursday and entered at the Post office in North Troy As second class matter the Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager 57 main Street Newport Vermont issued every tuesday and entered at the Post office 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 discontinued when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions $1.00. Reading notices 15c per line per insertion. Classified advertising terms at top of classified column. These rates apply to any paper. Dis play advertising rates for any paper upon application. Prosperous Orleans county from an Industrial standpoint prob ably Orleans county never looked for Ward to such Industrial expansion As she now contemplates. Just what effect the break in certain markets will have upon these developments is not town but it is Safe to say that whatever a verses May come they will be Only temporary and that there is a Bright and prosperous future for this county. One can speak with More than general terms about the situation for several of our centers have developments in the Progress which augur Well for Industrial growth. Probably the largest single develop ment is in Derby line where a Quarter of a million dollars is being expended in a Plant of the Butterfield co., on the american Side. This great Plant Means the employment of several Hun dred men and the further growth of that Village already one of the larg est in the county. Probably the next largest single development is in Barton where a $65,-00-0 Plant is being built for a new York concern which will add consider ably to the Industrial growth of bar ton. One or two other new Indus tries of a smaller nature but with unlimited future possibilities have also begun business in Barton. The Blair veneer company of North Troy is spending thousands of dollars in enlarging and developing its business there. North Troy was one of the most rapid y growing Vil Lages in the county in the past ten years due largely to the expansion of this concern and their present plans mean future growth for North Troy. Several concerns of a smaller nature Are beginning business in new port. No less than four Small manufacturing concerns have already be gun business in Newport or will be Gin in the very near future any one of which holds prospects of very great development. The aggregate of these developments mean something Al ready and will mean More with each month s growth. Orleans is already growing industrially. The Parker Youn g company is advertising widely for help and several minor employees of labor have a growing business which continually places that enterprising Village to the front. Several places locate from the Railroad Are also experiencing some Industrial growth. Westfield and Lowell have new Wood industries and several other places like Irasburg have lumber industries. Development and growth of sum Mer business is almost forced upon the county because of its Many Natu ral advantages. Agriculturally or leans county is Well organized wit hits farm Bureau and Farmers Exchange. Orleans county Banks never contained As much Money As they now hold though Loans Are in demand beyond the ability of the Banks to sup ply. Orleans county schools never contained so Many scholars. From a material standpoint Orleans county is exceedingly prosperous with every reason to expect great develop Anent in the years ahead if Mason s. Stone could forget politics Long enough to attend strictly to duties pertaining to the office of the Vermont commissioner of education he would make quite an acceptable Man for the position. With 42 divorce cases on the court docket Orleans county takes no Back seat when it comes to Domestic Trou Bles. Chittenden Rutland and Washington counties and places with Large centers of population have seemed to Lead in divorce cases in the past but Orleans county is bound to take inferior position no longer. There must be a bit of satisfaction in the vote Secretary of state Harry a. Black received in the recent Prim Aries. He was Given the largest vote of any Man on the state ticket by More than 1300. This May or May tit be taken As a vote of Confidence and Sanction of his rigorous handling build your future in six months Start september 1- 15 e m p l o a t m e n n the ims school Albany. . Friday oct. 8th, 1920 is Delaval service Day at my store come Early and avoid delays. Tell your neighbor for the Benefit of users of de Laval Cream separators we have arranged a de Laval service Day we urge that every de Laval user brings his Complete Separ Ator to our store for a careful inspection which will be mad free of charge. Should any part due to unusual Wear or Accident need to be replaced this will " be done the Only Chari re be incr for the Price of the new parts used no charge for service. A de Laval service expert will be with us to assist with this important work. Bring in your separator Complete on the Date mentioned and get the Benefit of his advice on the care Ana operation of your separator As Well As the free service. It is our wish and that of the de Laval company that every de Laval separator give the Best satisfaction at the least Cost and we urge you to take advantage of this free and useful service. F. S. Whitcher Barton it. Remember october 8th, 1920 commissioners notice estate of Joseph m. Valley the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable Prol Wue court Lor the District of Orleans. Com Mission kk8. To receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the tale of Joseph m. Valley late of Barton in said District deceased and All claims excl bleed to offset thereto hereby rive notice that we trill meet for the purpose aforesaid. At the k. W. Barron co. Store in the Village of Barton. In said District. On the both Day of october and Zvon Day of january next from1 o clock p. Until 4 o clock p. Mon each of said Days and that six months from the18th Day of August. A. A 10. Is the tim limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and at Orleans. It this 20th Day of september a. 1920.o. K. It a my let. E. W. B Akron. 88-4-0 commissioners. Women made Young Bright eyes a Clear skin and a body Ful l of youth and health maybe yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking Gold medal sttkces2jer n n the world s Standard remedy for kidney liver bladder and uric acid troubles that enemies s of life and looks. In use since 1696. All druggists three Sixes. Look for Tho Nam Gold medal on Overy Boa end accept no imitation developing printing and enlarging for amateurs everything photographic photo Craft shop 37 main. Street Newport Vermont Edison Blue Amberos records and Ahbe Rolas Edison Agency at Wright s shoe store 7 Mai Street Newport Vermont press cupping Candy for the women Brattleboro reformer the successful candidate for representative of the town of Newport sets a Pace for others to follow and adds to Campaign expenses a hitherto unknown item by presenting Candy to the women As Well As cigars to the men voters. Off year for lawyers Montpelier Argus there Are but two lawyers among the state Republican senatorial Nomi nees which is considerable of a slump. The number of lawyers in the state Senate two years ago was fourteen. However there Are five doctors among this year s Republican candidates for the Senate. Political paragraphs. Rutland Herald expressed in Nerce Tarres. Or. Hart Ness carried the largest Home support receiving per cent. Our. Ornery received 83.7 per cent of the vote in his Home town. Or. Asian 67 per cent and or. Babbitt 55 per cent. Col. Emery s snowing m Uriens Orang and Washington counties where he is Best known should give him about All the satisfaction that would have come from a Complete Vic tory. He got the endorsement of his friends and neighbors without the responsibility that would have followed election. Vermont dry four to one. Bellows Falls times. Last week s primary clearly demonstrated that the people of Vermont Are not opposed to the 18th Amend ment and Are not opposed to the vol Stead act. All opposition to either of these measures was buried deep. There Are in Vermont about 12,000 votes which can always be corralled for any candidate labelled wet. Cle ment got them two years ago and Agan this year. The opposition to this combination has at least four times As Many votes. Hartness and Emery were absolutely dry and their combined vote was three times that of Agan. Babbitt s Plank for a modification of the volstead act under the circumstances As they developed did not help him. Gibson also wanted the volstead act liberalized and Gordon was not opposed yet Dale dry As a Pine Chip trimmed them both Good and plenty. There is no escaping the conclusion that the people of Vermont Are four to one for both the Amend ment and the act that limits alcohol in beverage to one half per cent. Vermont forests Brattleboro Phoenix Iran interview state forester w. G. Hastings says there Are approximately 4,000,000 acres of land in ver Mont that is not adapted to agriculture that half of this land is Good for est land supporting a satisfactory stand of Timber that there Are about 1,000,000 acres on which practice of forestry for lumbering ii impracticable or impossible. The remaining million acres has been Cut Over or burned Over that is not coming Back naturally to Forest Trees of desirable species. To reforest this area he estimates will require the planting of 40,000,000 Trees for a period of 25 years. Half of this work would be divided Between 25,000 farms. He also estimates that the growth of tim ber in Vermont is about equal to the annual is reassuring to know that the Timber Supply of the state is not being Over Cut or that the immense amount of 200,000,000 Board feet and 1,000,-00-0 cords of Timber Are grown in the state each year. This 000,000 acres of land and shows a growth of 100 Board feet and one half Cord per acre. The statement that this growth is Only 25 per cent As Large As it should be shows the Opportunity of developing Timber growth on the Best Timber lands of the state. These lands Are largely owned by Lum Bermen and they should develop the Timber thereon. To make the Timber growth and Harvest of the state four times As Large As it now is would greatly increase the annual production of wealth in the state. Apparently the lumbermen in the state should in their own interests improve the growth of Timber on the Good Timberland of the state. The state forester shows the Folly of removing sugar Maples from land that will not produce Merchantable Timber and his warning should beheaded. His statement also shows there is about a million acres of non productive land in the state that might be profitably planted to Timber Trees. The forester s statement presents to the people of Vermont the Opportunity of developing the wealth and Industry of the state in a practical and inexpensive Way. It remains Tobe seen How generally they will accept the Opportunity and begin the construction of a bigger and better lumber Industry. To regulate their own habits and Mode of Liying and to the state of Vermont and every other state the right to govern itself. Upon the foregoing platform your support of my candidacy for Congress Man from the second District is respectfully Harry w. . Johnsbury sept. 25, 1920. Vermont notes Cyrus Brown of Vergennes recently killed a Diamond Black Rattlesnake with nine rattles near the Mouth of the Otter Creek. The Fern picking Industry is now tits height in the District around chit Tenden Sherburne and Mendon and some of the pickers Are earning ?13 a Day. Rev. F. H. Hazen who for a num ber of years has been pastor of the congregational Church in Johnson has resigned his pastorate there and gone to Richmond. At. A Farewell reception last week Rev. And mrs. Hazen were presented with about $250in Money and an electric lamp. Austin Cary one of the most note foresters and Timber experts in the country last week made an inspection trip Over Forest in mid Delbur was greatly impressed with the Fine Quality of the old growth Rea Spruce on the College lands. Therein very Little Spruce of like Quality remaining in the Eastern United stat Sand in or. Cary a opinion it May be curable value for air plane Stock and i Saiwai Psi Ruments. Probate courts special sessions of the probate court willbe held at the . W. Of each month in the afternoon and at the he after Artoon of the third Friday of each month. at Nanon or i Muthe judge in Advance that he May take the necessary papers. Be or Soaib a v every w.exw.,-.Days dui Inose cd Uusi a i c raid Muke special appoint ments with the court in Advance. Estate of Evaline l. Caswell state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District All persons interested in the estate of k Valine in. Caswell late of Greensboro in said District of n i n court Holden at Newport we than and for said District ont be 10th Day of Monto Mpr. Ibo in instrument purporting to e the last will and testament of k Valine i Caswell Lute of Uree Sooro in a u i is tric t. Deceased was presented to the court aforesaid for probate. And it is order by said noun mat me1st Day of october. 1w0 at the probate Iff Ifft in said Newport at 2 o clock p. Be assigned for proving said instrument an that notice thereof be Given to an persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans count Monitor a newspaper circulating in Xinai. Vicinity in said District previous to the time , your Are hereby notified to appear before wild court at the time and place aforesaid. And contest the probate of said will if you have cause. Liven under my hand at Newport in said District this 11th Day of september 1u20. Jt7-8 0 e. J. Smith judge state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of Gilbert c Malcolm e. And Keith j. Gross minora of Brownington in said District greeting whereas application hath been made to this court in Walt lar. By the guardian of said minors for License to sell the real estate of said wards Tolx Reiner the interest of said wards in the Barnum farm so called Twenty five e acres of Timber land being in Liot no. 104 and twelve and one half acres of Timber land All located in said Browning to n. Representing that the Sale thereof forthe purpose of putting the proceeds of such Sale at interest or investing the same in stocks or other real estate or using the avails thereof for the Benefit of said wards As the Law directs would be beneficial for said wards. said court appointed and assigned the 1st Day of october,lt20, at the probate office in Newport in said District at s o clock p. M.,to Bear and decide upon said application and ordered Public notice thereof to be Given to All persons interested therein by publishing this order three weeks Succes sively in the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper published at Barton in said District which circulates in the neighbourhood of those persons interested therein All of which publications shall lie previous to thet Luie appointed for t lie hearing. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid then and there in said court to object to the granting of such License if you see cause. Given under my hand at Newport in said District this 18th Day of september. 120.li. Spoon or. Register. State of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the estate of Martin a. Bean. Insane of Glover in said District. Greeting whereas application hath been made to this court in writing by the guardian of said Martin a. Bean for License to sell the real estate of said Ward Viz being an undivided half interest in one Timber lot con sisting of sixty acres being lot no. 10 in Sec Ond Range of lots in said Glover. Represent ing that the Sale thereof for the purpose of putting the proceeds of such Sale at inter est or investing the same in stocks or other real estate or using the avails thereof forthe Lenett of said Ward As the Law directs would be beneficial for said Ward. Whereupon the said court appointed and assigned the 8th Day of oct. Leiu. At . Baldwin s office in Barton in said District at 3 o clock p.m., to hear and decide upon Ald application and ordered Public notice thereof to to Given to All persons interested therein. Y publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper published Albarton which circulates in the neighbor Hood of those persons interested therein All which publications shall be previous tothe time appointed for the h a , you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time anyplace aforesaid then and there in said court to object to the granting License i you see under my band at Newport in said District this Day o september. 1d20.s7- l b. Spoon by Register. Commissioners notice estate of Mary s. Joslyn the undersigned having of been appointed by the honorable prolate i ourt for the District of Orleans. Commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims an demands of All persons Una inst the estate of Mary s. Joslyn late of Barton. In said District deceased and All claims exhibit Din offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the dwelling House of w. 8. Joslyn in the Village of Orleans in said District on the 1st Day of october and 15th Day of feb. Next iioai1 o clock p. M., until 4 o clock p. t on each of said Days and that six months from the20th Day of aug. A. A. 1h20 is the time limited to said court for said creditors to pre sent their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at bar tort. It. This 6th Day of sep we Auer a. V., Ivov. O. W. Look a. J. Gross. 87-8 9 commissioners. Commissioners notice estate of David Peel the undersigned having been Appo Lotf by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. Commission Krs. To Sci Len Nim no arh o h u claims and demands of All persons against Rcv Aiato i Gavm rib i Ainoi lire Sooro in said District deceased and All inn Taat. . A . Let Lee that we will meet for the purpose Afore airs Viorence rom,uuevneuoin8oi in salad is. Tract on the and Day of october and 20th Day of february next from s o clock p. Until 4 o clock p. On each of said Day Sand that six months rom the 95th Day Faugust a. D. 1920. Is the time limited by said court tor said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allow dated at Greensboro this 4th Day of september. A. D. 1920.o. B. Oook.8. W. Campbell ots 9 commissioners. Estate of Gertrude Alden state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District of All persons interested in the estate of Gertrude Alden. Late of Stanstead. Quebe to wit of Barton in said District a probate court. Holden at exp Ortity within an for said District on the 15thday of september l20 an instrument pur port tar Tobe the last will and testament of Gertrude Alden late of Stanstead Quebe to wit of Barton in said District deceased was presented to the court aforesaid it is ordered by said court that the. " Ecuer in o cock a. M., atthe probate office in said Newport City be assigned for proving said instrument an that notice thereof be Given to All person concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans county Lontor. A newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time , you Are hereby not Ned to appear before said court at the time anyplace aforesaid and to contest the probate of said will. If you have Caus Given under my hand at Newport in said District this 15th Day of september. 1920. 88-4-0 e. J. Smith. Judge. T the results of classified Advertis ing in this paper Are often beyond expectations. Many times an expenditure of a cents will sell Many dollars Worth of property or locate the very article you want Toby. Don t Overlook the classified rat snap kills rats and mice dries them up and leaves no smell. Batteries Columbia ten tor hot hot Flash Light batteries i if you Are going to paint anything see us about it. E can do you Good. We Are Selling the sharpies Moto Milker just the thing for dairies up to 20 cows. H. T. Seaver Barton it. I m Well managed and equipped the Barton savings Bank & Trust company is conservatively but pr0" Gres sively managed and it is thoroughly equipped to serve the people to the Best possible advantage. irus. Iof the automobile Laws Butu Rathe id Fula. Jzzxe3$ $2ffcsome measure a Register of approval for medicinal purposes May Beof his. Good work in office. Imply and economically ,. These measures would restore tothe people personal Liberty the right my Carton vennoiir.11v l

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