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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor March 24, 1920two a Plainfield murder and suicide. Judge for Yourel press clippings Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school Newton mass studio 783 East main us Newport e. H. Howe successor to Howe & Stowe real estate. Newport tel. 175 Root s Block he stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular styles a 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 is thetic and interpretive dancing x for juveniles. 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. A. C. Parmer d. V. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Buck s feed stable which is better try an Experiment or profit by a Barton citizen s experience something new is an be proved to be As represent tee statement of a manufacturer is not convincing proof of Merit. But the Endo Peirent of friends is. Now supposing you had a bad Back a lame weak or aching one would you Experiment on it you l i cad of Many so called cures. Endorsed by strangers from far away s different when the endorse ment comes from Home. Easy to prove local this Barton Case. C. H. Hammond North main st., Sayf from hard work and heavy lifting my kidneys became Dis ordered and my Back ached and pained. At times the kidney secretions were highly coloured and had to get up often at night. I also have had a Dull aching pain in my Back which has been very troubled this Way i used Doan s kidney pills and they have always relieved me. I am very glad to recommend Price 60c, at All dealers. Don t simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan s kidney pills the same Thater. Hammond had. Foster Milbur n co., mfrs., Buffalo n. Y. seeds we have in Stock or transit As Fol lows medium red Clover alike Sweet Clover Alfalfa Grimm s Alfalfa Timothy red top Mammoth yellow Flint Corn Golden Nugget Rhode Island Flint Sheffield Sanford Long fellow drouth proof Dent Early Yel Low Dent Minnesota thirteen Stow Sll s Evergreen Golden Bantam can Adian Field peas six rowed Barley seed Oats hungarian Millet Japan Ese Millet Marquis Spring wheat buckwheat pea Beans Soldier Beans yellow by e Beans sunflowers seed Essex rape cattle beets red and yellow cattle carrots cattle tur nips cattle Squash. Five varieties seed potatoes Burpee a Garden an Flower seeds in packets or bags. Stalls stanchions water bowls carriers insecticides powdered Lime Sulphur arsenate of Lead Louse Chase sprayers parotid roofing,3ilos.everything for the farm a. E. Counsell & son phone 210 st. Johnsbury Delco Ligh t the Complete electric Light an Power Plant self starting. Stops simple a child can operate it. T m. L. Porter North Troy. It. Commissioners notice i estate of c. H. Hanson Roku i err firn d hive Iier been appointed i Striet of Orleans. Commissioners to a Lve. Examine Iiri a. A i s u1 " persons Atra inst the estate of Hanson late of Karton. In hid District deceased. Ami 1 be a Toher Bykle notice that we will i in. R it a for Esaich at the dwell. Vur i stirs. I i j i 1. Town of Karton. In said the 27th Dav o f m Jacland ,4t"Day of aos rust next Fifon " until 4o i Ocic p. M., on each 1 in net me Ornt Shif of or ror 8aid creditors to Sod ,aini8tou8 for "8nunat,on mssfla.i5.iartob the 6th Day Ofa c in ask i o. K. Ham blet.lft.19. Commissioners Jervah & Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work of a kinds phones j. J. Corkins 153- 2 f. A. Jervah 18 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 Mailor phone for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Optical supplies Cfall kinds and re pairs made. Phone 332- 2renihan Block Newport it. Solid car Busi to m. Blakej Oakton a special attention diseases or t be Eye Nivea tit. C a. Cram Toiuo officer of in i appointments for to a can be in Ion of. Tei Penone. Harry Dickens Orleans Vermont g. S. Course South Albany n. H. Drew. licensed auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed. . Hastings . Barton it returned from medical service ova. Eat september lit insurance of All kinds May s insurance Agency Barton Vermont Josiah a. Peak sox dentist Barton. It 0ff1c1 Block. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lac View a venue tel. No. 44--4 Barton it. Probate courts special sessions of t he probate court ill be held at t be office of f. Barton on the second and fourth Fridri of each month in the afternoon and it Ltd office of k. A. Cook in of leads. A the afternoon of the third Friday of e4 month. Parties desiring to transact prob business at Barton or Orleans should the jul dare in Advance that he maj Tat Iii necessary probate office at Newport til h Oden every Day except sundays and Holt Days but those coming from a As possible should make special appoint ments with the court in Advance. E. J. Smith. Judy. Of seeds i Gilpin Hunt & company inc printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Vermont issued every wednesday and entered the Post office in Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Vermont issued every thursday and entered at the Post office in North Troy As second Clas s matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager 57 main Street Newport Vermont issued every Friday and entered at the Post office in Newport As second Cla a 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 fl.00. Reading notices 15c per line per insertion. Classified advertising terms at top of classified rates apply to any paper. Display advertising rates for any paper upon application. It is now or never governor Cle ment thirty five e states have Rati fied the woman s suffrage amendment and Only one state More is needed to make it the Law of the land and give millions of women the right to vote for president next fall. It would be a distinct Honor to have Vermont the s6th and deciding state to ratify. Will Clement keep the state from this ratification Honor As he did from prohibition ratification Raymond Trainer of White River Junction a consistent wet All his life has thrown his hat into the ring for Dale s place in Congress. This paper May be tremendously mistaken but we do not believe or. Trainer has a show alone in the Field again Star. Dale. There is every probability that Ether aspirants will enter the contest and. What will then happen is a conjecture. Dale s strength has always been a Surprise to politicians however and 1920 May be no exception. In undertaking to raise ?2000 for the promotion of boys and girls club work in Orleans county this paper begins a work which should interest every person. In the county for it affects everyone. The work Means much to the future Progress Prosperity and happiness of our youth. This paper undertakes the task because it believes so thoroughly in the boys and girls of the county and the Good that can be brought to them by club work. And because it believes so thoroughly in the generosity of our people Fornall constructive work. This Issue contains the announce ment of a second candidate for the state Senate from the South end of Orleans county in the person of . Cowles of Albany. Or. Cowles is one of Albany s leading citizens and a successful merchant. This win prob ably Complete the lit of entries and the Choice will lie Between two Good men or. Cowles and or. Calkins of Westmore. Both have been in the legislature both Are splendid types often and either would do credit to himself and to the county. The Rutland daily news has been bought outright by Donald Babbitt son of gubernatorial candidate Bab Bitt of Bellows Falls. Undoubtedly this Rutland paper will support the Bellows Falls candidate from now move Marks a new Deal in ver Mont politics and confirms a my that or. Babbitt will spend much Money in his Campaign. Babbitt. Am and Hartness Are All classed As wealth men Ana Tutere is every indication that they Are ready to spend freely to gratify their ambition of being Gover it to. Eric int. A Little study of the yes and no vote in Orleans county convinces one that there is nothing in the fact that four towns Brownington Irasburg Jay and Lowell voted for License this year and that the yes vote in the county was 410 against Only 661 no therefore making the proportion of yes to no votes run very much higher than it has Ever done before. The fact is that the yes vote is smaller than it has been Many years in the past. In 1903 when the local option test was made Orleans county cast707 votes for a local option Law. In1914 Orleans county cast 451 yes votes and in 1916 cast 456 yes votes while this year the yes vote was 410. In some years the vote has fallen be Low these figures but the no vote has simply fallen out of sight from its usual average. In 1903 the no vote was 2819 in Orleans county and in1914 it was 1566 and in 1919 it was1866. This would indicate that fully0 of the no vote did not put in its appearance while the yes vote was very nearly Normal. The Only com fort we can see for the wet crowd i these returns is the Beautiful apathy the prohibition crowd. R. J. Bleman licensed auctioneer East Hardwick Vermont Calfskin 40 45c la. We keep posted on the Market and pay you top Market prices. Beef hides strictly no. 1 hides free from cuts scores or grubs 20c la. No. 2 hides "18c no. 3 hides and culls at value c. E. Jenkins Public Market Orleans n Vermont now is the time to have your harnesses repaired and oiled have harnesses blankets Robes whips halters and All kinds of strap work team Bells. Or. Leisure s veterinary remedies for Sale by m. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Speir Glover Vermont estate of Sarah a. Fox state of Vermont District of Orleans honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to the heirs and All persons interested inthe estate of Sarah a. Fox Date of said District deceased. Greeting 1xit to a r to t Santitas application in writing Hathleen Suade Tothi Stourt by the adm Leutrat w met mail of Saia Maran a. Fox Pray Norfor License and authority to sell All of real estate of said deceased to wit being Chelate Home place of said deceased situated in the Villas re of of Evansville. In Rownin Gronin said District consisting of about Oneacre of land with buildings thereon representing to said court that it would be beneficial to the heirs Ana All persons interest Din t he estate of said deceased to sell said real estate and convert the same bringing into court the consent and h1"0 von in. Writon of "11 the heirs to residing in this state and set Vuk Hereupon the said court appointed of. Assigned the 2nd Day of april the probate office in Newport in said Dis Rich at 2 o clock p. A. To hear and decide upon Baid and petition an ordered that Public notice thereof to be Given to All persons interested therein by publishing said order together wit the time and place of hearing three weeks successively in the Orleans county Monitor. A newspaper which circulates inthe neighbourhood of t Hocer a d e8tate a of which publications shall be previous to the Day assigned for hearing. He on Are he pay notified to appear before said court at the tim place assigned then and there in sad la i ? v, yur objections to the grit in of License if you see cause. Vt.,u Unuer my Nana at in said District this i5th Day of Marchess .11- i. Ynek Register. Liberation notice this is to give Public notice that have this Day. Gife my sont Calvina Sanborn his time and will Claine of hinges nor pay any of his the Sanborn Irasburg vt., March 10, 1920. M to $1.19 $1.37 in a fit of rage perhaps because the woman refused to marry him at one Hoyt Gallup aged 68, Plainfield Farmer shot and killed mrs. E. Fenwick aged 51, a widow at her Home in Barre town on the Plainfield Road Early monday morning and then after driving in haste to his own Home killed himself with a Bullet through the heart. They had been together much in the last year and a half and or. Gallup had let it be known that he expected to marry mrs. Fenwick the first Date named by him having been a year ago this month. So it is expected that disappointment Over postponement of the marriage or a refusal Byers. Fenwick May have been the cause of the doable tragedy. Gallup is said to have shown no signs of mental derangement. Sun Day he called at her Home and took her driving. On their return the had us j. Or wih the family of her son with hoi Tae live. Gallup remained through the eve ning and at Midnight when mrs. Fen Wick s son got up to care for a sick child he found his Mother and Gallup conversing quietly in the Kitchen with no indication of a quarrel. At 3.30 the son was awakened by his Mother s scream and a pistol shot and founder body. He saw Gallup just driving out of the door Yard when Gallup reached Home his horse was covered with sweat and he turned the animal Over to his son saying that he Felt ill. When the son returned to the House he found his father dead on the Kitchen floor. Gal Lup leaves four children. His wife died four years ago. Trainer out after Dale s place. Raymond Trainer of White River Junction candidate for Congress against Porter h. Dale of Island Pond has Given out the following state ment As i am a candidate for Congress for the second District the voters of that District should know my position on important questions that will pro Bably come before the next Congress for consideration. I am opposed to the volstead elected i would vote to Amend it to permit the manufacture and Sale of Beer of Small alcoholic Content High wines and cider under the stat local option principle. It is and always has been my opinion that All constitutional Amend ments should be adopted or rejected by a referendum vote of the procedure was not followed in placing the eighteenth amendment in the Federal Constitution. However if the volstead act were amended Asi have indicated i do not believe there would be any serious agitation for the resubmission of the constitutional amendment. Congress or the state would pre scribe the Way in which Beer Light wines and cider could be sold. Public opinion has abolished the former american Saloon forever and i personally do not believe that the Saloon should be reinstated As a method of distribution of these beverages. I Amnot advanced As a candidate in the interests of any labor organization or any business am grateful for the endorsement have received from certain labor unions in my town and know that this enforcement was Given because of a belief that i would give labor a Square Deal and nothing More. Cap ital is As essential to the welfare of this country As is labor and is entitled to and will receive from Leif elected the same consideration and treat ment that will be accorded the just and reasonable demands of labor. In the disputes that May arise Between the two i shall feel that it is my duty to consider first the Public welfare an interests. It is my belief that Federal taxes now levied and collected Are an important Factor in the High Cost of living. If elected i pledge my sup port to such legislation As will Correct the injustice now existing and fur ther pledge myself for an economical administration of the affairs and the abolition of unnecessary and expensive departments. I will vote for the enactment flaws that will prove beneficial to the agricultural interests of this country. I am in favor of a reasonable adjustment of the requests of the sex service men who participated in the world War. I will be pleased to state my Posi Tion on any question of legislation at any time to any North Troy c. P. Hunt candidate for representative. C. P. Hunt announces his candidacy or the Republican nomination for representative to the general Assem Bly from Troy this fall or. Hunt was born in Troy in 1855 and is one of Troy s successful Farmers. He has. Frequently Beon called to hold Public positions daring the last 30years, having held nearly All of the town offices. Or. Hunt advocates More and better agriculture for ver Mont also. Pood in nos Norl schools. If elected to this Fri a Hunt s friends believe he will give very Man a Square Deal nah a pro. Sent them to the Hest of Tiia a hints in. La legislative nails of Vermont. Me straighten up Jarner. Carman Mayfield kr., writes my bar used to Hurt me at Rimes and i could not get Strait for half an hour. I took Foley kidney pills and have not had the trouble since. I cannot say enough tor them and their great work. Foley kidney pills Nelp the kidneys do their work in ridding the system the poisonous waste matter that causes so Many aches and pains sold everywhere. Vermont notes nearly 1300 voters attended the an Nual Village meeting in Bennington mar. 16, the largest attendance Ever recorded. The Large vote was brought out by the fact that labor put a ticket the Field. Their ticket was Defeated by a close margin. Appropriations included $200,000 for the improvement of highways within the corporate limits. At the town meet in 2 an appropriation of $80,-00-0was voted to improve the Road Between the Villa Ere of Prinjy """6wu c1i1u vote immtj1 curb and Gutter on the Village greets. Likes county unit idea. Burlington Clipper the Barton Monitor has suggested a county unit for meeting some local matters and this is not such a bad idea after All. In new York state there is such a method with a body known As the supervisors. Many mat ters Are disposed of at the meetings of the supervisors of a county in new York state that Are handled by the legislature in Vermont. Amey and the right platform. Rutland Herald the name of senator Harry b. Amey of Island Pond is now mentioned As a possible contender against congressman Porter h. Dale in the primaries. If senator Amey should run on the right sort of a platform he would be a very considerable fac tor in the situation. Running True to form. Enosburg Standard when governor Clement wrote his remarkable letter to the Republican state committee refusing the request that he Call a special session of the Vermont legislature to act upon the woman s suffrage amendment he undoubtedly thought his reference to the committee s request As political propaganda enhanced his reputation As a wit and master of sarcasm and that his Contention that such Legisla Tion infringes on the Constitution of the state showed a capacity for expounding constitutions As profound As that of old John Marshall himself. On the contrary the governor As usual Only made himself ridiculous and exposed his ignorance of the fundamentals of constitutional Law. Whether his conclusions were evolved from the operations of his own mind or were based on poor advice is merely running True to form As a reactionary with no sym Pathy with progressive ideas or Meas ures but Little interest in any Public question but that of his pet Hobby of booze. Thirty fou r states and including Alloi the Eastern Northern and Western states of the Union except Vermont Connecticut and Washington have ratified the suffrage amendment. Six states Only All Southern have refused to ratify. Of the eight states Yetto act the necessary two will eventually ratify. Vermont through the perversity of a reactionary governor is placed inthe unenviable and humiliating Posi Tion of i aiming to do its share in matter of political Justice and prob ably preventing adoption of the amendment in time to give women the right to vote for president this year. State As Mother and trustee. Rutland Herald in a report of a Heartner before the municipal court in st. Johnsbury the iou Owma sign cant paragraph appears mrs. Bumps testified that she did not love her. Children except the youngest one and did not care any thing about them. State s attorney Thompson filed a complaint against mrs. Bumps for neglecting her Chil Dren to which she pled guilty. The court thereupon sentenced her to the state prison in Windsor for a term of not More than two years nor Les than one year and eleven months an placed her on probation under the charge of the state probation officer who Laid Down some strict rules former future guidance which her Pas conduct seemed to Case is typical of Many which come before the state Board of Chari ties and probation. This bumps Wom an who lives in Barton is the of three children one of them a Vic tim of infantile paralysis and All of them neglected according to the re port of the Board s Field worker. The evidence went to show that she would eave them for a whole Day at a tim while she consorted with persons of bad reputation. Now the state Only care for the children but must become guardian for the Mother theoretically this woman s person Al conduct is none of the state s Busi Ness until she violates the Law but the a requires her in the absence of the children s father to children. So when she neglects them Suo Jeci to improper surroundings and influences the state by step m Ana take Possession it is something of a Job to act Inazu of parents to hundreds of such neglected children to say nothing of Joba Tion and requiring them at least preserve the appearance of decency and perhaps the state has gone afr As it can in such direction Butje Tamly the children who Are trom mothers like this bumps worn ssh ? Sood Homes an treated for defects will have a better Chase of hey hot men and than i allowed to grow up selected animals. Vul Hatefi problem. Itally citizenship of the Tate and nation and one which the next legislature will probably have Trace in or Rineo jw., r we in the m their unworthy parents. How s this ? owe offer one ttht.4 to for any Case of ref a cured her Maii o r r " i cannot be Hall s Catarrh a the n i"""5-. Re Catarrh of taken in Medly Tat have taken ha"8 Catarrh i a Short time you will see health it apr yement a your general eur takes Hall s Catarrh Medl get rid of Catarrh. Senator testimonials free Aii cd nj5y & co Toledo. druggists. 75c xtif0--h its Yuxiu worse than it those about you. In Stock. Containing a full assortment of High Grade brands at rightist prices. Ray p. Webster Barton Vermont 00kk0sa your truest Friend most time to Shear sheep we Are now Selling the Stewart shearing machines just the right thing. If you Haven t tried the Security calf food you had better do so it is a great Success. V in times of adversity is your Bank account. Open with us and enjoy the ease Freedom from worry and up lie Confidence it brings. Don t leave Money about to House to tempt thieves and run the risk of losing 1 fire. Make your payments by Check and thus obtain Good receipt and avoid paying the Bill twice. 5 Tine manure 6 Tine manure Forks Forks see our line of dog collars. You know the do should be collared before april 1 st. Barton savings Bank & Trust to Barton Vermont capital $50,000 surplus $100,000h. T. Seaver the hardware Man Barton Safe Deposit boxes to rent treasonable

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