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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Barton, VermontA. E two the Monitor june 9, 1920 Golpin Hudt amp company inc., printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Termont Isayed every wednesday and entered at the Post office in Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Vermont Laaied every thursday and entered at the Post office in North i Roy As second class matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager 87 main Street Newport Vermont issued every Friday and entered at the Post office in Newport As second class matter. Subscriptions any paper $2.00 per year. 6 months $1.00 All subscriptions payable in Advance and All papers discontinued when time expires and Quot Ert Ising 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. Display advertising rates for any paper upon application. Money in campaigns the Rutland Herald admits that a no newspaper or candidate would have the slightest objection to putting a reasonable limitation on Campaign expenses a but objects to mentioning past campaigns in which Money has been spent freely in Vermont. From this attitude it is reasonable to suppose that the Herald condones such campaigns As those conducted by Mccollough Clement and others and Calls their expenditures one would reasonably expect the Herald to find no fault with an expenditure say of $11,000 in a gubernatorial Campaign since Clement spent that amount two years ago. Congressman Dale seeks reelection on a platform of his own building. No one credits him with being a Superman but when it comes to conscientious work attention to duty the soundness of his stand on National questions and the Worth of his experience it will take More than a Trainor Gibson or Gordon to convince the people that a change will be beneficial. Of Dale the Burlington free press says a the history of congressional politics in Vermont has demonstrated one fundamental Point. If a Man seeks re election the surest Way to get it after having been in office a number of years is to get several competitors to Start instead of one. In that Case any new aspirant would naturally rather have the Man in office stay another term than to see a new rival land the prize. In the former Case. It would be an open race again two years from now whereas if a change were to be made now All unsuccessful aspirants would be completed by precedent to concede the new congressman several terms at least and their own nags would be a sent to the Bam for an indefinite number of years. A congressman Dale has succeeded in a taking on three rivals for the nomination this year Trainor Gibson and Gordon to name then in the order of their appearance. Congressman Dale now makes this simple announcement in a St. Johnsbury Contemp or a am a candidate but i hardly think i shall make any formal announcement about it at this time what i believe and stand a congressman Dale says he would like to have a single term under a new Republican administration and he will have a wide Circle of sympathizers from this Point of View. Congressman Dale made an excellent impression As chairman of the recent state convention and his speech was in Many respects a keynote utterance eloquently press clippings no reason to expect the Herald would limit the expenditure to $11,000. But where Pray would a poor Man stand in a Campaign where $11,000 is considered a a reasonable for an expenditure no wonder the Herald throws a fit at the Issue of Money in campaigns which Emery is forcing upon his moneyed opponents with such Success. The common people Are tired of having men like Clement Mccollough Ana other aristocrats made their governor a sheer preponderance of Money expenditure in their campaigns. No doubt Large sums of Money $11,000 or even More can legitimately be a pent in a gubernatorial Campaign in Vermont but the question is not altogether one of legitimacy of expenditures. The fundamental question is whether a Man of wealth because of his wealth and his willingness to expend it in a Campaign should be allowed to make his wealth a determining Factor in state politics. The Herald does not pretend to see the Point. It will ridicule this paper and or. Emery it Quot will assume that lordly attitude becoming the Organ of an autocratic governor like Clement and continue to be fog the Issue and if necessary absolutely ignore the question. Since the Herald admits a no newspaper would object to a reasonable limit on Campaign expenditures will the Rutland contemporary Tell us flatly and frankly what limit it would suggest since the Herald sees an attempt on the part of this paper to a impugn the purity of every primary in which political advertising was used a will the Rutland paper Tell the Public whether or not it sanctions the campaigns of Mccollough Clement Mead Page Fletcher and Prouty or not the Herald can answer a a yes or a a not in let it desires to camouflage the Issue. Or. Emery a determination to conduct a modest Campaign such As the average vermonter might conduct As to Money expenditures his Promise to use his influence for statuary restrictions on the expenditure of Campaign Money his every Day knowledge of every Day men his acquaintance with Vermont and Vermont needs and his eminent fitness for the office Are making his moneyed opponents worried. Or. Emery has publicly stated that he has no objections to his opponents expenditure of their thousands in the Campaign against him but he does believe As a principle and As a future state policy that the rampant expenditure of wealthy men to get the office of governor in this Little Commonwealth ought to cease and with the courage of his convictions he is going to the people with the Issue. Babbitt paper admits weakness. Waterbury record who is the Man in Versoi that can Council with messes. Babbitt Emery and Harkness and show to them How utterly foolish it is to Imine for one instant that with the three cornered fight either one can defeat Agan the Darling Howe fight and there is against gov. Clement should not forgotten. If one Man cannot do it let each of the candidates pick three men and the nine pick nine More spread the cards out on the table and select a regular Republican candidate and show to or. Agan that Vermont is not a booze state far from it. From babbitts Home town paper. Bellows Falls times Curtis s. Emery candidate for governor says his corrupt practices Law of 1902 did not intend to prohibit political advertising and even if the Law does prohibit this kind of campaigning there will be no complaint made by him against any candidate who does advertise. This seems fair enough and should Clear or. Emery of any charge of attempting to frighten any other candidate by holding Over him threatened enforcement of a Law of questionable interpretation. Give poor candidate a Chance. Bellows Falls times Curtis s. Emery in a statement giving his attitude toward political advertising concludes with this paragraph a my acquaintance with the newspaper men of the state leads me to the conviction that nobody of our citizens is doing More for the up building of Vermont or is More willing to treat Public questions on their real merits than Are they. Being assured of this As i am i would confidently expect a generous approval of my purpose if i am elected governor to secure the enactment of a Law to limit Campaign expenditures to a Point that will permit any citizen to become a candidate regardless of his there May not be general approval but there will be some approval and one paper to Back a proposition of that kind will be the Bellows Falls times. Heavy taxes. Rutland news Benjamin Franklin tells of stopping at a Street Comer where a crowd was gathered for an auction. The crowd was conversing a on the badness of the times and one of the company called to a Plain old Man with White locks. A Spray father Abraham what think you of the times will not these Beavy taxes quite ruin the country what would you advise us to a a friends a he replied a the taxes Are indeed very heavy and if those Laid on by the government were the Only ones we had to pay we might More easily discharge them but we have Many others and much More grevious to some of us. A we Are taxed twice As much by our idleness three times As much by our Pride and four times As much by our Folly and from these taxes the commissioners cannot ease or deliver us by allowing an abatement. A however let us Hearken to Good advice and something May be done for us god helps them that help themselves As poor Richard Franklin is immortal Bause he is Universal. He died 130 years ago but his words have the ring of something that might have been spoken in any Church sunday by any preacher discussing the subject a needs of our Franklin spoke to the people of his time and of All time. Read the anecdote of father Abraham once More and think it Over. An outrage of Vermont rights As the visits of new York officials to the Early settlers of the state. The Green Mountain boys of those Day applied the Beech Seal to the backs of the new York marauders so effectively the in Anions were discontinued. The next new Hampshire Warden who nodes Vermont territory to commit official outrage on a Vermont citizen should be Given a dose of this ancient remedy for outside greed. Probably no other state in the Union has had an experience similar to Vermont in maintaining its territory. When Vermont set itself up As an Independent Republic it had to Deal with new Hampshire claimants on its Eastern Boundary and with new yorkers on the West. An agreement that the Connecticut River should be the Boundary bet Veen Vermont and new Hampshire was made without much delay but Neva York for Many years refused to recognize Vermont jurisdiction and was submitted to some Humilina experiences by the Green Mountain boys. V. Hon Tho bound Between the two states was finally agreed upon the new yorkers respected it and have since observed it. New Hampshire on the contrary has ignored its agreement with Vermont and attempted encroachment in different ways compelling estate of Vermont to continually fight for its territory. The matter is coming before the supreme court for adjudication but new Hampshire officials continue to invade Vermont territory and to harass its citizens. It would seem As though it is time for the citizens of Vermont to organize some fishing parties on the West Shore of the Connecticut River who should become a Fishers of men in the form of new Hampshire bandits and give these invaders a Good stiff course in natural history with a Vermont Beech Twig. Vermont o. E. S. Gains. The forty eighth annual session of the grand chapter of Vermont of the order of the Eastern Star was held in Barre last week. In the report of the grand Secretary mrs. Olive 3. Stowell it was divulged that the grand Lodge of Vermont had strengthened its ranks by 700 new members during the past year which augments the membership of the order to 9,100. At present there Are in Vermont 79 chapters. Grand officers elected and installed were grand Matron mrs. Addie f. Allen of Milton grand Patron h. D. Mccrillis of Marshfield associate grand Matron mrs. Josie Fay of North Williston associate grand Patron. Or. J. H. Miller of Wallingford grand Secretary. Miss Abbie f. Clarke of Randolph grand treasurer mrs. Etta Fraser of Windsor grand conduct Ress mrs. Nellie m. Smythe of St. Johnsbury grand associate conduct Ress mrs. Nellie m. Gates of Rutland grand lecturer mrs. Kate Hull of Burlington grand chaplain mrs. Nellie Goodsell of Fairfax grand marshal mrs. Mary Mac Kay of Barre grand organist mrs. Anna Mcbride of Winooski grand Adah mrs. Elsie Garrick of hard a Wick grand Ruth mrs. Nellie Buckley of Wilmington grand Esther mrs. Ella Ranney of North Bennington grand Martha mrs. Ibbiejean Sweet of Orleans grand Electa mrs. Emma Spear of Morrisville grand warder mrs. Clara Gavoni of St. Albans grand Sentinel George Seager of Barre. We pay top prices for calf skins cow hides horse hides sheep pelts and raw furs in season desertion notice whereas my wife Josephine �>118, has left my bed and Board without just cause or provocation. I hereby forbid anyone har world a or Trustena her on my account after this Date. Jok w eij.8 dated at Brownington Center it. This 7tb Day of june ivs. Is ski a them stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular styles All mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler 77 main St. Newport it. C. E. Jenkins pubic Market Orleans Vermont liberation notice this is to certify that i have this Day a Lvii my son. Walter o. Stanley Bis time Duran for the remainder of his minority and shall claim none of his wastes not pay any of Bis debts contracted after this Date. A. B. Stan dry dated at Sutton. It. This 28th a april 1p20 Lay o 21 for Sale harnesses whips blankets halters strap work of All kinds. Carriage lamps sponges Chamois sloans liniment tuttles elixir or. Lesure a medicines Cura Box perfection Fly killer guaranteed to kill the flies. Some second hand farm machinery one Cream separator nearly new. Good time to have your harnesses repaired and oiled at the Glover harness shop. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Speir Glover Vermont 25 men wanted for steady work in veneer Mil Good living conditions schools and churches. Saturday afternoons o without loss of pay. Rich Jed Mano factoring co. Richford it. Commissioners notice la Tate of Lydia v. Bowen the Indk Ksionek. Havtur a Polnett d by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. Of m m1hsioner8. To receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons a galust the estate of Dudla v. Bowen late of Westmore. In said District decease al and All claims of Bibl ted in thereto hereby give notice that we meet for the purpose aforesaid. At the Home of m. E. Talk los in the town of West orc. In said District on the a the Day of june and ctr Day of november next from 1 o clock p. Until 4 o clock p. a on each of said Days and that six months from the 10th Day of May. A. D. No is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Westmore this 1st Day of june a. D. 1m�o. E.oat.kin8, Geo. O. Myrks. 23-25 or. E. H. Nills veterinary office and Hospital East main Street Tel 43, Newport notice inside and outside painting paper hanging Bell phone 13-12. P. J. Guertin Jervah amp Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All kinds a phones j. J. Corkins 153-2 f. A. Jervah 18 or. Harry f. Hamilton dental surgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit j m. Blake Barton it special attention Kiven a a i diseases of the Eye air a a feat. I the fitting of glasses to 1 office hours n a a f 1 sunday and spech Ici a e j r. J. Beeman Censed East Hardwick Vermont commissioners notice estate Elzra j. Chaffee having been pointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Orleans commissioners to receive examine and. Adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Ezra j. Chaffee. Late of Albany in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at w. H. Potters House in the town of Albany in said District on the 17th Day of june and 2lst of oct. Next from 1 of clock p. A. Until 8 of clock p. M., on each of said Days and that six months from the 2�th Day of april. .l8the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to of for examination and allowance. Dated at Albany this 22nd Day of May . Potter. J. H. Dahon. 21-28 commissioners Els late of Zaidee al. Skinner state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate court for the District of Orleans. To All persons interested in the estate of Zaidee k. Skinner late of Barton in said at a probate court Holden at Newport within and for said District on the 20th Day of May. 1020 an instrument purporting to the la it will and testament of Zaidee k. Skinner late of Barton in said District deceased was presented to the court aforesaid for prolate. And it is ordered by said court that the 18th Day of june. 1020 at e. A. Cook s office in Orleans in said Barton at 2 of clock p. M., be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and contest the pro Bate of said . If you have cause. Given under my hand at Newport in said District this20th Day of May. 1020. 21-28 b. Spooner. Register commissioners notice Ela Tate of Joseph Donna 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 against the estate of Jos Donna late of Westmore in said dust deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the Home of the late Joseph Donna in the town of Westmore in said District on the 17th Day of june end 19th Day of oct. Next from 10 of clock . Until 4 of clock p. On each of said Days and that six months from the 10th Day of april. A. D. 1020 is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Westmore this 27th Day of May a. D. 1021. C. L. 8toddard o. E. Lyon 22 Oom missioners when the breakfast Bell rings Waterbury record objects to this papers quotation which it headed last week a a govenor to be pm a Rye and credited to that paper. The Bee Ord says it did not make the state a bunt what paper did we cannot now any Bat the sentiment of the quotation is unquestionably right. Revive the Beech Seal. Brattleboro reformer it would seem As though it is about time for the Green Mountain boys to reorganize for the Protection of the hts of Vermont against outsiders pie seizing of the Vermont fishing licenses by new Hampshire officials at Belows Falls is quite As serious in the great cities and suburban towns a every morning a rain Snow or bliasard�?365 da3rs in the year thousands of families reach out to the stoop and find waiting for them their daily Supply of hoods milk. Few of stir milk producers have had an Opportunity to become acquainted with the vast organization of human and mechanical equipment necessary to get a can of milk to the consumer a Doorstep perfectly pasteurized divided into eighty portions to fill eighty pint jars that must be washed and sterilized every Day. Though a other necessities for the morning meal Are purchased the night before the consumer goes to bed confident that h. P. Hood amp sons will answer his Call for service with a pint of milk Denvered on the third floor for the baby when it cries at 5 . H. P. Hood amp sons endeavours to give the Public exactly what it wants a sure and prompt delivery and a clean pure Safe milk. To do this the company has had to invest millions of dollars in the construction and operation of some 132 country shipping us to on and Over 50 distributing stations and the equipment and apparatus necessary for their maintenance. This great development has been made possible Only by sound financing and proper provision for operation and maintenance. H. P. Hood amp sons Dairy experts Swetie to to come 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 repairs made. A phone 332-2 Renihan Block Newport it. C. A. Cramton pm Assisi a. C. Farmer d. V. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Bucko a feed stable Harry Dickens neral insurance and . I office phone 53-2 reside a Orleans. Vermont Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school Newton mass studio 783 East main St., Newport e. H. Howe successor to Howe amp Stowe real estate. Newport Tel. 175 roots Block mrs. D. R. Puffer teacher of dancing Modem dancing a for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of is thetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary Stu Geon 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 business Directo g. S. Courser licensed auctioneer Robe Fri South Albany Vermont 1 n. H. Drew so. Walden y licensed aug non Eer satisfaction guaranteed. F. R. Hastings . Barton it. Returned from medical service seas september let insurance of a Kin a May a insurance Agency Barton Vermont d j08iah a. Peae sos m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview avenge Tel. No. 44-4 Barton probate courts special sessions of the probate oort will be held at the office of f. W. Balt vi5,1i Barton on the second of each month in the afternoon and at us i office of e. A. Look in Orle ass a a the afternoon of the third Friday Eachl month. Parties desiring to transact Protti a business at Barton or Orleans should not la i the judge in Advance that he May take to i the probate office at Newport Elk i open every Day except sundays and Ion a Days but those coming from a distance u a far As possible should make special appoint a ments with the court in Advance. P e. J. Smith. Jadw. J our feed assortment has improved bran seed Corn mixed feed seed Oats Paragon Dairy ration feed Corn wort More Dairy ration feed Oats linseed provender 439 cottonseed plenty High Grade fertilizer Ray p. Webster Barton it. This is the time to save your Money and a banking connection with this institution will if sure you of Good treatment ample Protection and the incentive to build up a Good Deposit it future needs. Barton savings Bank amp Trust co Barton. Vermont Cap Hal $50,000 surplus $100,000 Safe Deposit boxes to rent at reasonable rates. It of oooo of oooo Ltd it

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