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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Barton, VermontA in two the Monitor june 16, 1920 Kilpin Hunt amp company inc. Printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Vermont famed every wednesday and entered my the Post office in Barton As second class matter Clvin Coolidge of a native of Vermont will order to protect themselves and their North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Vermont lamed every thursday and entered at the Post office in North Troy As second class matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager �7 main Street Newport Vermont famed 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 an subscriptions payable in Advance All papers discontinued when time expires Strong Appeal to the voters of the a 1 against possible Aggra a Tion As candidates for president and to on of the trouble hereafter vice president respectively. Harding state entomologist Harold l. Bail Mav be a Little conservative for the by of Bradford has sent to the Federal a a Alt element of the notion but Bureau of Nescu at Coolidge is of the younger and More which has been doing damage progressive Type of Man who commands the Confidence and respect of everyone. Advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions amp a a 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 st upon application. Rural Church Survey one phase of the inter Church world movement which on account of the great financial Campaign has slipped somewhat into the background b the National Rural Church Survey. The world wide program which the men who travel about to a considerable extent state that there is from one third to one half less acreage under cultivation in this part of Vermont than in former years. If this Story is duplicated in other parts of the state and in the nation the food problem of another Winter May be very serious indeed. Farm labor is a crying need but it can never be secured so Long As industries turning out nonessential products and Allied materials can out bid the food produced for labor. Why the Low Price paid for Maple sugar who has an answer is it monopoly on the buying end ? is it the Lack of organization on the producers end is there a lessened demand for Maple products ? was there on Over production this season someone must know the answer or think he knows the answer and this paper will be glad to publish signed statements from anyone bearing on this subject. It is strange indeed that Maple sugar this year which Cost More to produce than it did last season brings no greater if As Good a Price As it brought a year ago. And this in the face of a tremendously increased Cost of other sugars. There must be something wrong somewhere. In Putney about half of a two acre Field of Corn on the farm owned by miss Mary t. Andrews having been destroyed. Through a High Power Microscope they Are Able to identify the pest but they think it is the european Corn Borer warning coming which was received at the farm Bureau office some time ago. Lne Field will be Kent under observation by the state d Arment of agriculture and if any further trouble occurs eradication of it will be adopted. The National potato Magazine for May gives a summary of potato seed certify Tion work in the United states and la. A. Vermont stands third in the list in number of applications a or certification being led Only by Minnesota and Wisconsin. Vermont also stands third in the number of Fields certified As suitable for seed purposes under the standards adopted commissioner Brigham is receiving a much larger number of applications for potato seed inspection than in previous years. Several seed potato growers associations have been formed and it is expected that Vermont will have a Large acreage which will qualify for seed purposes. Last year a potato grower in Orange county raised about 2000 bushels of certified seed potatoes which he advertised widely in the agricultural papers of the country. He reports that he had orders for 50,000 bushels. Press cupping movement projected was based upon. A United scientific Survey both of the a prominent \ Ermont Farmer re actual conditions and Reeds in the i gently said in substance a what in the world wide Field of the Church and of the abilities and resources of american protestantism to meet these prob name of goodness is this Man Hart Ness thinking of when he advocates building up industries in every com mrs which the Field Survey would re Unity in \ Ermont ? Industry is a great and glowing thing but Industry in these Days in any degree As this own would have us believe was possible would put the Vermont Farmer. Weal. In this country the Survey is now a being carried on county by county with special provision for the study i the City and particular group problems. Up to now. On account of the a Carcity of time and the necessity of potting All the energies of the people an the matter of financial drive the work of the Rural Survey has perceptibly slowed Down so that Only a Small part of the state of Vermont has been covered by the canvassers. Here in Orleans county for instance Only about one third of the towns have been completed. Rev. C. O. Gill of Hartland. The state director for new Hampshire and Vermont is very anxious to Complete a work of the Survey within the in Windiate future and he has called to Bis Aid. Rev. F. E. Davison of Derby who had. Charge of the publicity de and therefore the foundation Stone of Vermont out of business even As he forced to Lessen his production of crops. In the name of common sense what do we want of More Industry in Vermont now Industry has drained the Banks of Money and the farms of labor and Many an Industrial Plant is turning out pleasure prod sets which the nation would be better off without. What we want of a governor these times is someone who will help solve the food problem who has a program for the farm and the Farmer. Industry production can never bring Down the Cost of living but agriculture and agricultural production can and will. What candidate for governor offers us the Best program in Ward cry a questions Bennington Banner Henry s. Wardner of Windsor who a appears to look at Public question from the office of a Board of directors of some corporation has addressed a series of questions to the four candidates for governor of Vermont. Some of the questions Are of interest and importance and a few Are simply pest Ferous attempts to draw the candidates into profitless controversy. Or. Wardner misses the most important a a issues before the state of Vermont this year while devoting much space to the particular axes he would like to have ground. A terrible affliction govt. Concrete inspector saved by a fruit a Tives 89 Noin a Union st., Rochester . A for five Long years i was afflicted with stomach liver and kidney trouble which developed into serious bladder trouble. 1 saw a testimonial of fruit a elves and concluded to make one More trial. By the time the Sample Box and a 50c. Box were finished there was grand improvement. To make a Long Story Short i believe a fruit a Tives or fruit liver tablets the Best stomach liver and bladder Medicine the world has Ever produced. R. B. Of Flynn. 60c. A Box 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from fruit a Tives limited. . N. Y. 25 men wanted for steady work in veneer Mill Good living conditions schools and churches. Saturday afternoons o without loss of pay. After you eat always take i of a Ryou or Aop stomach i instantly relieves heartburn bloated Gassy feeling. Stops food souring repeating and All stomach miseries. At duration and Apps Ito. Kaep a Tornee in cask Quot a vitality and up . Tana of that a car a Tradar Paliy Bens Ltd. Only Coutaa Cal a a a do a a to it. A Ltd vow a for Imasd to Aarow Viii refund cry away Goca fac Ikle today. Yoaw Isaae Fred d. Pierce. Barton. Vermont Rich of re m? Richford it. 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. M. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Speir Glover Vermont Jervah amp Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of All kinds a phones j. J. Corkins 152-2 f. A. Jervah 18 or. Harry f. Hamilton dental surgery Gilman Block Newport it. Complete a Ray equipment Hospital unit l. H. 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 phone 332-2 Renihan Block a Newport it. Business directory j m. Blake m. C Barton it 8pcia attention by yet. Diseases of the Eye ear a rest Iwobi the fitting of office Hocks m a sunday and by of a. Cramt0n m key cps Calist. Eve f a throw. Office 39 main soh1 in. U8t, office. Office hours 0 5stl��?~ a or a appointments for Exanie no a i can be made in a�s0��l Telephone. A a a Vanee by part men of the state for the Denom a this respect a one must admit there Ilion of the inter Church people Dur 1 a some truth in this Contention. More food production is imperative now Industry or no Industry and Industry appears to be Able to take care of itself. Food production does . Shall we legislate and govern for essential or for nonessential things the first months of the year. Or. Davison will get in touch with the canvassers in every town in this county at the earliest possible Date. In the meantime it is hoped that All those who have any of the material on hand will communicate with him immediately the Rural Church Survey is a House to House canvass it does in any Way correspond to the United states census it is limited to territory outside of incorporated towns of More than 5000 population. It is primarily Rural in import. The task of the county men is to map the county locating among other things every Church and parsonage. The circuits of ministers will also be indicated. Especially important it is that Over churched and neglected territories Are discovered. Outstanding social conditions and Community relationships that affect religious conditions and hear upon the program of the Church Vermont notes the Enosburg Falls High school played the entire baseball season without winning a Victory. For the third time within a year Porter Green of Morrisville has broken his right Arm this time while cranking a car. Beginning july 1 the Price of the Bellows Falls times is to be raised from $2 a year to $2.50 on account of the rising Cost of paper. Mrs. Elizabeth c. Newcomb passed her 101st birthday anniversary at her Home in Thetford May 21. She was Able to receive her friends and enjoy the Day. Sale of cigarettes to roys. St. Albans messenger complaints received by states attorney e. W. Gibson of Windham county have caused that official to Start a crusade against violates of Vermont a cigarette Law As regards Sale to minors. While their harmfulness to the mature Man when smoked to excess is doubtful yet the cigarette is recognized in the medical profession As detrimental to the Quot Roper physical and mental growth of the boy or youth. It is therefore proper that merchants should observe to the letter the state Laws with regard to the Sale of cigarettes to minors. It can generally be observed that Windham county is watch the big 4 s t Mach of kidneys heart i Iver keep the vital organs healthy b7 regularly taking the world s Standard remedy for kidney liver bladder and uric acid troubles cold medal a Boom the National remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilbel min. At All druggists three Sixes Lank far the Mac cold medal we pay top prices for calf skins a cow hides horse hides sheep pelts arid raw furs in season a. C. Farmer d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Buck s feed stable Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school Newton mass studio 783 East main st a Newport e. H. Howe successor to Hove amp Stowe real estate Newport tel. 175 roots Block Harry Dickens general insurance and Aon office a phone 33-4. Reside 1 Orleans Vermont. G s. Cou set licensed auctioneer Timber South Albany Vemo n. H. Drew. So. Licensed auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed. F. R. Hastings . Barton it. Returned from medical service a was september lit Tion in Vermont today is its Industrial development. That is just about like chasing skyrockets visionary. Here is what Hartness would do. He would make every town an Industrial the Only Section suffering from this Bee hive. But 1 2 fails to Tell How it evasion or perhaps disregard of the would be done. The Industrial plants cigarette Law. Perhaps a checkup have already robbed the farms of All might be timely All around. Clements foolishness. Brattleboro reformer a if the Republican party sees fit to adopt the Resolution providing for a common every Day business ability popular vote on All future amendments will do More for Vermont than All the the labor yet the Hartness program Calls for still More labor. Where is it coming from Industrial growth is to be desired but it cannot be done by any new methods. Practical hard sense and visionary theories advanced by this wonder from Springfield. To be noted in a special schedule the Little Woolen company of North m a m a m a a to a m i h a a m a $ a m _ i 0 a f a far Community at Large. On the basis of these facts the a for Rah leaders of the county will be Able to assemble a constructive program to conserve Money and men atop waste of Good material and do business on business principles a matter which is of vital importance these Days of fierce Competition in religion is in everything else. And on the bams of these facts again there will be a tilt up a state program and so on and up to a National program. Already in this state sectarianism slowly being asphyxiated so that to the Federal Constitution i shall be justified in calling a special session and will do w. Clement governor of Vermont. In making this the Agan followers Are pursuing a proposition the governor of Vermont false god if they think a governor can has eliminated the last Shadow of an kelp to bring Back local option. If a excuse for calling a special session governor has such an influence where of the legislature to act upon the pro was the Hon. Percival w. Clement posed woman suffrage amendment to during the past two years. It was the Federal Constitution. His propose during his term that the National pro Tion is an impossible one because it re Hibi Tion amendment was ratified quires the suppression of the will of the Vermont was one of the states. Then majority to the terms of a minority of r was during gov. Clement s term one and if an impossible condition is to Congress passed the volstead act. The Only obstacle to a justification for where was the Hon. P. A it. C. During calling a special session there is no Kat time. Agan can do no More to justification in calling one. Hav bang Back local option than a Monkey ing Given away his Case it is hoped a Africa. _ the. Governor will go ahead and per-1 form his duty to his party and to the Public. C. E. Few ibis Public Market Orleans Vermont 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. Or. E. H. Hills veterinary office and Hospital East main Street tel. 43, Newport mrs. D. R. Puffer teacher of dancing modern dancing for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of aesthetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate of Ontario veterinary College phone 138-11 Davis livery stable notice inside and outside painting paper hanging Bell phone 13-12. P. J. Guertin Here a another Plank that Hartness ought to into his platform a i be Lieve that Vermont should raise More solving Vermont a housing problem. St. Albans messenger another idol of the Agan Campaign the Lack of housing accommodations to no it pal a in in Vermont cities and larger towns Nman a has been growing More and More Clard the Federal prohibition Amend acute. The High Price of labor and to it and the enforcement act passed by Congress to be constitutional. Montpelier has closed its manufacturing Plant because of the congested Market in woolens. It employs about 100 persons. So far there Are three candidates material has put More or less of a for the office of state senator from ��?o�55 Franklin county a. S. Howard of Fairfax s. Carl Carpenter of Rich Vyford my w. J. Chaffee of Enosburg. ,2�. Quot Hasei the Federal grand jury which was ground in several communities in the at Windsor in the United states Dis state the latest places to enter being strict court several Days last week Randolph and Newport City. Articles reopened with a total of 43 True Bills of association have been filed with the Many of which Are said to be for pro Secretary of state by the Randolph steering. A catarrhal deafness cannot be cured to it a local applications of they cannot reach the diseased portion of in ear. There to Only one Way to cure catarrhal deaf near. And that la by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the eustachian tube. When this tube la inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed. Deafness la the result. Unit r. J. Beeman licensed auctioneer East Hardwick Vermont �1 attend the a Albany business c0llece i Send for catalogue Carnell amp Hoit Albany . Inspection and repair Day for u. S. Cream separators. Tuesday june 22, 1920 at f. S. Whitcher a store Barton Vermont 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 insurance of All May a insurance Agency Barton Vermont Jos Lail a. Peae�0k dentist Barton it. Orm owe c i Slock. M. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lake View Avenue tel no. 44-4 Barton probate courts special sessions of the Fri Tate be Liell at the Othee of k. W. Bal. Barton on the second nud fourth. Of each the afternoon Abib office of e. A. Cook a a of Ute th3 afternoon of the third Ariura month. business at Barton or Orleans a Nonio the Jusfre in Advance that Benny necessary papers. The probate office at Newport open every Day. Except sunday Days but those coming from far As possible should make special ments with the court in Advance. E. J. Smith. Fag Otry and self sufficiency is grow Tain and Hemlock Island Waterpower .1.1j.a a a m the Lamoille River near East geor my slower by degrees and beautifully Ria of f h. Dewart and John Reynolds of Burlington and t. A. Hogan of st. Albans. The Price paid is estimated to be in the Vicinity of $100,000. The. _ a Lalum Matlyn can be reduced and this tube a a cooperative savings and loan Asso re a a or a it Normal condition hearing a group of Massachusetts capital Weeh u its has purchased the Green Moun some 40 federations of churches which once held their lonely Way Farangi the wilderness of sin have been formed and they Are making the waste places to Bloom and Blossom As the Tose each other the More Tiey come face common problems and understand that the tasks of one Are the tasks of All. It is a foregone conclusion that in order to meet our obligations we must know what they Are and in order to know what they Are they must be in exceed $100,000, shares Are $200 each a inflamed condition of the mucous aur a Quot do a a a a to Holder can Hove More stuffs than $1,000 at a tune. The purpose system Given is to build Homes and Uree Sav we Hundred dollars for Ings among the residents of Rondel no at catarrhal deafness that cannot i Quot Mung Ine residents of Randolph. Be cured by Halls Catarrh Medicine. Clr Shore than 40 persons signed the pay Mars Trae a druggists. 7ic. Ders. 1 r. X Cheney a co. A it 4c a it i i a 4t 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4t 4c t 4c 4c 4c a 4c 4c 4c a 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c a 4c 4c 4c 4c Miracle motor Gas tonic saves gasoline and climates All Carbon trouble. Regular Price while they last 75 cents full line of accessories including Boyce motor meter Stewart search lights and pyrene fire extinguishers a few bargains in slightly used tire Call and look our Stock Over Barton Auto Exchange Barton Vermont pers. A Ltd Chi sex a cd. Toledo. O. The Newport City building Asso or to c. ,. Citation has organized with a capital Barton vt., september 1, 1919. I hot a a a season tal a a a of ?50,000 an it i the 8ole Purpo so to y frient�8 and neighbors of the More , know of 7he a a by pm i a bart0"h a a More they come to having been made to or. C. H. Burr % Homes in Newport City. A year ago i had rheumatism so after an examination by or. J h these movements and similar ones Bluit i could get out of bed or Woodruff and one of the state a Abara Are decidedly worthy and will go a even turn myself in bed. I took the tory officers Friday afternoon the Ink Way toward solving the housing famous a. J. P. Rheumatic remedy patient is Melvin Tucker who has problems of Vermont if pushed to a and a less than a week i was out of passed the acute stage of the disease. Successful conclusion. Incidentally ked and attending to my farm work. The Home where he lives has been to no up native vermonters ver a would further say that i Haven to quarantined. Monters by adoption and vermonters had any rheumatism since. If you. By inclination where they belong in Kave a Friend that has the terrible a a a d announcement is made by director Vermont. Disease Tell him about the a. J. P. Vest gated. Hence the need of the a a Chormeley Jones of the Bureau a a a Evey that protestantism May know of a risk insurance that former Forren g. Harding of Ohio a a Litis though the injury or Dis none dream Riar Ness says that Stone Brownington Center a Quot h ease was of a minor character should Bis program is in Harmony with the Hunt Evansville j t new re be sure to apply to the Bureau of War prime need of agriculture and in the Era a d to Hael la ail Dre a Glov Ruk insurance for a certificate of in next he say that the no re Man Quot s.1 Oil alb nys a a political shots. Burlington Clipper in one breath Hartness says that Stone Brownin adv. Will Basford Barton. Sold by p. D. Pierce and c. A. Nute Barton austins pharmacy Orleans p. G. Says that the Paramount ques Russell Irasburg. We Are interested to see that every u. S. Cream separator gives the satisfactory service that this make of machine is always capable of giving. To this end there has been planned an inspection and free service Day we urgently invite every u. S. User to bring his Complete be Pera tor for a careful inspection which will be made free of charge. If any part due to unusual Wear or Accident needs replacing there will be no further charge than the Price of the new parts used. The service will be free and valuable advice will be rendered on the care and operation of your separator. Done to miss this Chance. At least one u. S. Representative expert in this line will be present to assist in this important work. The earlier you come the quicker Yon will be served. Kindly inform All who Are Likely to be interested in this free service. We have cultivators weeders and horse hoes for Sale cheap. F. S. Whilchez agent Barton it. Thi is the to me to save your Money. A. Len we a a amp banking connection with this ins Titu i sure you of Good treatment ample or and the incentive to build up a Good sep future needs. Barton savings Bank amp w capital $50,000 Barton Vermont surplus 100.000 Safe Deposit boxes to rent at rates. Reason1

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