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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor april 7, 1920 Gypin. Hunt amp company inc printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton. Vermont a a Mere every wednesday and entered aft the Post office in Barton As second class matter press clippings North Troy palladium Lih Iid of a. Batter Flold. W. K. Sawyer. Local manager North Troy Vermont maned every thursday and entered aft the Post office in North Troy As second class matter. Who can this be. And Why Burlington free press one of the candidates for the gubernatorial nomination in 1920 is credited with having written letters 1 and with boasting that he would spend $50,000 or even $100,000, if necessary to secure the Republican Nom i nation for the governorship. The Newport news b. F. Humphrey. Local manager u main Street Newport Vermont a Ned every Friday and entered at so Poa Toffice in Newport As second class matter. Subscriptions an paper 2.00 per year 6 months 1.00 \ an subscriptions payable in Advance Nad All papers discontinued when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions of toss. Reading notices. 15c per line guv insertion. Classified advertising of toss at top of classified column. These a ates apply to any paper. A play advertising rates for any paper upon application. _ in a a a a Slat s Diar a a a Sease a a a a a the Cost of carelessness. Brattleboro reformer the town Hall of Danby was burned to the ground last week because someone dropped a lighted Cigar or cigarette in a sawdust filled Spittoon. The smoker who drops such things about without being sure they Are where they will not be dangerous is guilty of flagrant carelessness but it also might be Well for the Rural districts to begin to equip their Halls of Fame with fireproof Cusp Dors. Davis of Derby line mentioned. Stanstead journal r. M. Cowles of Albany announces that he is a candidate for senator from the South end of Orleans county. So far the candidates for this office Are All Good men. D. W. Davis of Derby line has been favourably mentioned As another Good candidate from the North end and if he should decide to allow his name to be used in the primary he would probably make or. Blodgett of Newport a wait up and take this kind of men is needed in both the House and the Senate. Efficacy of prohibition and enforcement. Barre times East Charleston Merrill Lewis is quite ill. Or. And mrs. Leon Hinton Are working in Brownington. Mrs. Grace Caswell is spending a week with relatives in Morgan. Mrs. Willie Hinton and children have gone to live with James Hinton. Levi Hopkins of Portland Maine is the guest of his brother d. K. Hopkins. The students from Island Pond and Derby Are Home for the easter holidays. Mrs. Lillian Fuller went to a Hospital in Montreal last week for treatment. Ruby Bessette and Florence Petrie of Island Pond Are guests at Don Moulton a. Joseph Canning is Home from Greer 1. Mass. Where he has spent the Winter. Ernest and Bernice Colburn have been ill with the Grippe but Are now Able to be out. Dale Maxwell of Island Pond is the guest of his grandparents or. And mrs. Frank Wilder. Topic for c. E. Prayer meeting april 8, a the Power of an endless Leader Rev. W. Carroll. Mrs. Parker Kelley has returned after spending the Winter m California. Mrs. Kelley visited relatives in Concord n. A. Enro Ute to Vermont. The sympathy of the Community is with or. And mrs. Albert Finard in the death of their Little daughter of pneumonia which occurred at mrs. Pinardo a Home in Norton. The missionary society will hold a poverty social Friday evening april 16. A prize will be Given for the 112 min a Ion a s used lust Yeut to kill colds a Sills Cascara quinine Standard acid remedy for 20 year a in Tablet form a afe. A ure. No in latest Breal. Up a cold in 24 v,oa._-.1 7 1 it 3 car. A in a it i. F l. 1.5 in. Be Box he i a red top with or. picture. At an Dmn Srorn Delco Light urn Complete electric Light and Power Plant a Lenty of Bright Safe clean electric Light no More hot Smoky lamps. M. L. Porter North Troy. Al Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school Newton Slass studio 783 East main st a Newport no v poorest dressed and refreshments will what s this. Not a single arrest in l served. No admission will be March by the Rutland police for local offences ? it reads almost like a Miracle not that Rutland is unduly Tough and Law breaking but because Rutland is a City of approximately 15,000 people and was wont to have her arrests run up into the scores each month. Such a change is almost startling in its revelation of the Efficacy of the 18th amendment if not of the volstead act. Charged but a free will offering will unduly 1 a in West Charleston miss Maude Peck is ill. Schools began this week. Lyle Rice is working for Elmer la Mere. Friday i found a Nickel on the st. Today amp Tuk it into the store to buy son marbles. The clerk sed it was sent Enny Good As it was made out of led. So i went amp. Give it to a Blind Man which was begging on the st. Corner. Saturday overhead a amp a tawk ing about getting ready to make Garden. That signify me. So i amp Jake sunk out in the country with the Dawg. Gardens dissent Enny fun. In the summertime. Sunday a had a Narry exp ape Cru a burning his self. He Tuk a Bath like he Offen does amp it was Kinda dark a he grabbed the Talcum powder Box which he had extracted Frum Raats Dresser a he started to give himself i Cote of it. It stung him amp upon exam Nashun he discovered he had picked up lewites lie by a mistake. Monday Jane a me is getting reel chummy now. We play marbles after Stool on Are Way Home a As Long As she wins everything is o. K. And i let her win All the time. Almost she can spit thew her Teeth now. Good As i can. Tuesday they had a fire at the Makool today did Dent amt. To nothing. Hart r ess Industrial program. Brattleboro reformer or. Hartness a Industrial program is All right but just How does it connect up with the governorship what added leverage would it get from that fulcrum ? a Randolph Herald and news. Pertinent questions surely. Or. Hartness idea of applying Industrial Plant germination to Vermont after the plan that has been so successful in Springfield is one bound to attract persons interested in state development but Why should its Success depend upon the nomination of or. Hartness for governor if the plan requires legislation it were better perhaps that its sponsor were not in the executive chamber. Watch the big 4 stomach a kidneys heart liver keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the worlds Standard remedy for kidney liver. Paridar and uric add troubles Gold medal or. E. Hills veterinary office and Hospital East main Street tel 43. Newport the National remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhel Mina. At All druggists three sizes. U4 or in. A a. Cel Merui to a err we a them stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular styles All mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler 77 main st. Newport Al lost past Book. So. Hittso. Issued by Barton Savinay a trurlci�., Barton. Vermont. October in la la. R. J. Beeman u Censed auctioneer East Hardwick be Raoul now is the time to have your harnesses repaired and oiled Hare harnesses blankets Robes whips halters and All kinds of strap work team Bells. Or. Leisure a veterinary remedies for Sale by m. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Spe1r Glover Vermont e. Howe successor to Howe amp Stowe real estate Newport tel. 175 roots Block mrs. D. R. Puffer teacher of dancing modern dancing for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of aesthetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles a or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate of Ontario veterinary College phone 138-11 Davis livery stable metropolitan life ins. Co. Branch office Newport Al Henry w. Bernard Deal supt. Cleon w. Server agent. Harry e. Drown agent lanes blk. Randolph Herald for Emery. Randolph Herald and news in these column last week were outlined the qualifications that in the opinion of this newspaper should be possessed by him whom the people this year select for the governor of Vermont also the state of mind and the methods by which the people should approach and finally make their selection. From the four Ana a bounced candidates for the Republic am afraid they will get it All can nomination one of whom will in noted up a we will tar to go Back Agen doubt edly be selected for the office the Teecher ast blisters who was the Choice will be made Hamlet a he replied amp sed he was looking these four men Over and a great Dane who suffered with Solli conceding the particular qualities and Points of strength of each this paper wednesday about All i Heer is yet has a decided preference founded Wirk in the Ole Garden it seems to we assert not on personal Friendship we that As High As meat is i should or location which should be largely not to be Ketching fish. That is 1 disregarded in a matter of this kind thing a a a agrees upon a that is but because we sincerely believe i should Wirk in the Garden amp ruin the that one of these men combines in a Bummer. An unusual degree the qualities that thursday a was reeding in the would make a Good governor. Our a ooze paper that they dissent seem Choice is col. Curtis s. Emery of to be no demand for branes Here of Newport. Lately a indicated that he should i it May be because we have had a Ort to do Pritty Well according to that lung and close Opportunity to know but he did Dent say nothing Back. J col. Emery and to appreciate his Worth that we Are led to this judg Venont suffragists have new plan a ent but an8wer? be text and this being the Case if the Job were that the suffragists of Vermont our own personal one we should hire have new Hopes of complying with the him for it on the spot. Seemingly impossible conditions in we had intended to appraise and posed by governor p. W. Clement As set Forth with some detail colonel conditions under which he would Call Emery a qualifications training and an extra session of the legislature for As we have noted them. The purpose of ratifying the Federal but it has been done so Well in a com suffrage amendment is the statement Mun cation published elsewhere in this a bade by or. Lillian Olzendam. Chair Issue from the pen of one of the Guy r Asan of the state ratification commit. Keenest minds in Vermont a Long Charleston tee who announced the program to be time neighbor and professional Asso Pap �11 work for m r adopted by the suffragists in Case no cite of the subject of the sketch k for mrs Nelson extra session is called. That we will simply refer readers to the suffragists take the stand that that article As covering the theme the legislature of Vermont has passed Fairty and Fulla we endorse the be Bill by giving women the right to statement. It is not overdrawn. It vote for presidential electors and the does not make col. Emery a Paragon attorneys for the suffragists claim of Wisdom virtue or infallibility but that the approval of this Bill was it draws a flesh and blood picture of 0a a a a a a a a co. Purely a matter for the legislature a real Man As he really is and Forton and is going the boiling at his a the governor s veto or approval hav that alone is Well Worth the Reading there a sugar Camp my no bearing on the Case. They con we will Only add that in respect tend therefore that the Bill has Al to inherent capacity Clear judgment knowledge of Vermont its needs its institutions its men High civic consciousness. Courage tenacity of purpose Candor ability to select High Standard subordinates tact in meeting and handling men. And All the other elements that Promise Sprela Alvin Woodard is working for or. Jones. Frank Faufaw is working Fot Erol Driver. Ray Faufaw is caring for we. Eley nights. The sick ones at g. W. Drivers Are All improving. G. L. Kinne is carrying on or. K-idder�?T6 sugar place. Bert Mack and family have moved into g. A. Danes House. Gordon Austin is Here visiting his brother Lynn Austin. Or. And mrs. Ora Dane visited relatives in Newport sunday. Frank Faufaw has sold his Holland place to or. Gray of Holland. Or. And mrs. G. L. Kinne recently visited at Alex Estelle a in Derby. E. Buck and family of Derby have moved Back to their Home her. Mrs. Parker Kelley is visiting at the Home of her father John Cook. Miss Kathleen Daggett of Derby spent last week at s. D. Barrup a. A. J. Crawford of Newport spent part of last week at his farm Here. Miss Edith Lacoss is working for mrs. Eugene Dwire in Salem Derby. Miss Mary Foss of Saco me., is Here with her Mother. Mrs. Monira Foss. Medora Max and Bessie Kendall of Newport spent last week at Ora Danes. The High winds of last week caused much damage to Telephone poles and wires. Or. And mrs. W. W. Blodgett of Newport visited mrs. Margaret leavens thursday. Or. And mrs. Bert Hama i i ton of Woodsville n. H., have been visiting at e. W. Hamiltons. Mrs. G. W. D. Reed and Nephew Edwin Spencer Are visiting at Fred Spencer a in Lyndon i lie. Or. And mrs. Raymond Blake and daughter of Derby spent sunday with her Mother mrs. Leavens. Miss Mae Hastings of Windsor and miss Helen Franklin of Newbury have returned to their schools. And family of East be moved Here and or. Ready become a Law and women have a right to vote in this state for presidential electors. The course to be adopted if All plans for the ratification fail and no extra session is called will be for women to Register at the presidential primaries which Are to be held next timely excellent service in the Gover a North. If they Are refused the priv j Norship colonel Emery Combine a lege of voting they will take the these essential qualities to a greater ease to the supreme court and attempt i degree in our opinion than any of the to secure decision before the presiden other candidates. And this is tial election next fall. Many availed themselves of the kind invitation of or. Nelson thursday and went to his sugar place to eat sugar. Clifton Barrup has finished work for Canning a Hinton East Charles mrs. G. W. Horn daughter Ila and grandson Gilbert Kinne spent part of last week at Eugene Hinton a in East Charleston. It was reported that Bert Mack had bought the stage business of Jay Labounty but this proved an error As it is Richard Trucott who has bought the easter exercises sunday morn ing were unusually Good. All the its the smooth Road that causes the ment. Most Falls. A. J Bluff occasionally has its place in the Economy of things but work. Sheriffs Sale sense and ability always have theirs. Even though your infant is a pro disparaging any of these1 either sex tendered Rev. Or. Johnson gave his easter cent As comparison forces this judg Sermon in the dig you should know that people Are pitty Well fed up on infant prodigies heifers two and i Bree year evening. This was splendid and showed much thought and preparation. The music was appropriate Arthur Bates violinist taken one Cut la it re in inv or of a h. We s. Mrs Tracy. Organist with h. 1 racy musical director and the Large no Riv May a a a. 1 a. Choir who so painstakingly rehearsed will a it Ower is something that makes in Ulm uni iwo pm old Hull Are to congratulated on the music. a no ymnnd�zlwz�lt0 the beet 5 a Quot o reject the Man who poses As a the t7n<<iav it get a ii. A. Nor a ins2. Jit. Loo Viock Iii Tho Forenoon to a nerf Sov �nl�1 lost pm of it a Slyt Are to. Nev off Tukik a of Isis. A a e. S pm to Nave any fun. In Lri a two. In a Book no. Issued Bun n if you can t obey orders you la Nev. 1 Quot a rub urn on the o is Vine he us at.,.her be Able to give a. D. In. Sri Imp Kink a Trust it to. Hyrum. It. Llo o. W. Metcalf countable september is #. A world rebuilt by the Golden Rule not by the Rule of Gold thirty denominations of the Church Are uniting in a simultaneous Campaign in the week of april 25th-May 2nd. They Are uniting because the task before the Church �3 too great for any one denomination because there must be no duplication of Effort no waste. These churches know that the world needs Many things but it needs Faith most of All. -4 they know that there can be no final solution of our economic problems that is not a spiritual solution based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and his Golden Rule. They have had the courage to Survey the whole task and to ask for a budget Large enough to sustain l the work abroad. 2 the work at Home including the Church s part in the huge task of americanization 3 the colleges and 4 hospitals supported by the churches. 5 the religious training of the Young and to provide 6 a living wage for the Church s ministers. The budget is Large in the aggregate yet if each person who loves America would increase his contribution by Only a few dollars the whole amount would be easily subscribed. We face the task of rebuilding the world. Let the Cornerstone be a Strong and vital Church in every american Community and the measuring Rod by which the builders build must be the Golden Rule. United financial Campaign world movement of is Forth Putin Metca of this advertisement to made possible la the a thirty . Rufus w. Spear general insurance Agency assistance in probate matters including preparation of probate accounts a. C. Farmer d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Bockus feed stable business directory j. M. Blake it 0? Barton it special attention a Iven. Disease of the Eye ear nil a a the Ali ten of klan be m 1 oks ick h Rosa n a m a lab it j c. A. Cramt0n m s st.jf>nx8hi-et \ a a a a m. Obj a. A appointment i can be made Telephone. Harry Dickens general insurance and anew office phone 53-2 resides Orleans Vermont Jervah amp Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All kinds a phones j. J. Workins 153-2 f. A. Jervah 18 or. Harry f. Hamilton dental surgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit l. Mciver d. O. S. Specialist in optometry appointments can be made by mail or a phone for the examination of the eyes for glasses. _ optical supplies of All kinds and repairs made. A a phone 332-2 Renihan Block Newport Al c. S. Couch ski leased auctioneer Haberer Tiu a South Albany Venn n. Drew. So. Wald licensed auctioned satisfaction guaranteed f. R Hastings ii of Barton it returned from medical met a a a a september it on insurance of All kick May a insurance Agency Barton Vermont j061ah a. Pba&s0n. Dentist Bartow. It. Off Lul a Owen a Block. M. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue tel. No. 44-4 Barton. It. Probate courts special sessions of the prolate it 4 be held at the office of f. W. A Aunrik the second a a fourth from of each month in the afternoon Odd to office of k. A. Look. In 0klkas8. A the afternoon of the third Kri tag sos month. Partley de business at Barton or Orleans should a the judge in Advance that he is necessary papers. The probate office at open every Day. Except sunday a we Day hut those coming from a dlitaaa.9 far As possible should make special my Menta with the court in Advance. E. J. Smith m arrived car of Saginaw seed Oats at $1.35 per Bushel these a ave excellent satisfaction last season. To arrive soon car of Canadian government spirit Lake seed Oats from the new soil of extreme Northwest Canada this will he the car of seed Oats Ever seen in Yermont. Ray Barton a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Webster. Vermont we want the accounts. Ii to ? of the wage earner and Householder a larger patronage of business firms and cd rpm we Are gratified to see the steady grow j Small depositor and Are glad to help and e All who earnestly desire to edition. And to help and j better their finance Barton savings Bank amp Trust Barton Vermont capital $50,000 surplus $100.00� Safe Deposit boxes to rent at reason rates. Able a c / of �.ooooo00

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