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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Barton, VermontA e two the Monitor. March 24, 1920 Gippin. Hunt amp company inc printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Bartim Yermont imbued every wednesday and entered it the Post office in Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leased a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Yermont fanned every thursday and entered at the Post office in North Troy As second class matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey. Local manager 67 main Street Newport be remit 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 advertising cards thanks 50c. Resolutions �?�1.00. Reading notices 15c per line per insertion. Classified advertising terms at top classified column. These rates apply display advertising paper upon applicant ii press cd pings likes county unit idea. Burlington Clipper the Barton Monitor has suggested a 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 matters Are disposed at the meetings the supervisors a county in new York state that Are handled by the legislature in Vermont. Amey and the a a rights plate my. Rutland Herald the name senator Harry b. Amey Island Pond is now a mentioned As a possible contender against congressman Porter h. Dale in the primaries. senator Amey should rim on the right sort a platform he would be a very considerable Factor in the situation. It is now or never governor Clement thirty five states have ratified the woman a suffrage amendment and Only one state More is needed to make it the Law the land and give millions women the right to vote for president next fall. It would be a distinct Honor to have Vermont the 36th and deciding state to ratify. Will Clement keep the state from this ratification Honor As he did from prohibition ratification Raymond Trainer White River Junction a consistent a a wet All his Fife has thrown his hat into the ring for Dales place in Congress. This paper May be tremendously mistaken but we do not believe or. Trainer has a show alone in the Field against or. Dale. There is every probability that Ether aspirants will enter the contest and what will then happen is a conjecture. Dales strength has Quot always been a Surprise to politicians however and 1920 May be no except running 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 the Vermont legislature to act upon the woman a suffrage amendment he undoubtedly thought his reference to the committees request As a political. Propaganda enhanced his reputation rates Lor any master sarcasm and that his Contention that such legislation infringes on the Constitution the state showed a capacity for expounding constitutions As profound As that old John Marshall himself. On the contrary the governor usual Only made himself ridiculous and exposed his ignorance the fundamentals constitutional Law. Whether his conclusions were evolved from the operations his own mind or were based on poor advice or. Clement is merely running True to form As a reactionary with no sympathy with progressive ideas or measures but Little interest in any Public question but that his pet Hobby Tion. In undertaking to raise s2000 for the promotion 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 our youth. This paper undertakes the task because it believes so thoroughly in the boys and girls the county and the Good that can be brought to them by club work and because it believes so thorough by thirty four states and including All the Eastern Northern and Western states the Union except Vermont Connecticut and we Ashington have ratified the suffrage amendment. Six states Only All Southern have refused to ratify. the eight states yet to act the necessary two will eventually ratify. Vermont through the perversity reactionary governor is placed in the unenviable and humiliating position failing to do its share in a matter political Justice and probably preventing adoption 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 a hearing before the municipal court in St. Johnsbury the following significant paragraph appears mrs. Bumps testified that she did not love her children except the youngest one. And did not care anything about them. States attorney Thompson filed a complaint against mrs. Bumps for neglecting her children to which she pled guilty. The. Court thereupon sentenced her to the by in the generosity our people for a state prison in Windsor for a term All constructive work. This Issue contains the announcement a second candidate for the state Senate from the South end Orleans county a in the person r. M. Cowles Albany. Or. Codes is one Albanys leading citizens and a successful merchant. This will probably Complete the list entries and the Choice will lie Between two Good men or. Cowles and or. Calkins Westmore. Both have in the legislature both Are splendid men and either would do credit to himself and to the county. The Rutland daily news has been bought outright by Donald Babbitt son gubernatorial candidate Babbitt Belows Falls. Undoubtedly this Rutland paper will support the allows Falls candidate from now on. This move Marks a new Deal in Vermont politics and confirms a Rumor that or. Babbitt will spend much Money in his Campaign. Babbitt Agan and Hartness Are All classed As wealthy men and there is every indication that they Are ready to spend freely to tiny their ambition being governor Vermont. A Little study the yes and no vote in Orleans county convinces one to iat there is nothing in the fact that amp or 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 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 cast 707 votes for a local option Law. In. 1914 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 below these figures but the no vote has simply fallen a out sight a from its usual average. In 1903 the no vote was 2819 in Orleans county and in 1914 it was 1566 and in 1919 it was indicate that fully to ,.f the no vote did not put in its appearance while the Yog vote was very nearly Normal. The Only Comfort we can see for the wet crowd in a Plainfield murder and suicide in a fit rage perhaps because the woman refused to marry him at one Hoyt Gallup aged 68, Plainfield Farmer shot and killed mrs. E. M. 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 kill 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 the marriage or possibly a refusal by mrs. Fenwick May have been the cause the do Ible tragedy. Gallup is said to have shown signs mental derangement. Sunday he called at her Home and took her or Vang. On their return they had us r wih the family her son with a it Hoa i ivc. Gallup remained through the evening and at Midnight when mrs. Fenwick a son got up to care for a sick child he found his Mother and Gallup conversing quietly in the Kitchen with no indication a quarrel. At 3.30 the son was awakened by his mothers scream and a pistol shot and found her body. He saw Gallup just driving out 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. Gallup leaves four children. His wife died four years ago. A Trainer out after Dales place. Rajmond Trainer White River Junction candidate for Congress against Porter h. Dale Island Pond has Given out the following statement a was i am a candidate for Congress for the second District the voters that District should know my position on important questions that will probably come before the next Congress for consideration. A i am opposed to the volstead act. elected i would vote to Amend it to permit the manufacture and Sale Beer Small alcoholic Content High wines and cider under the state local option principle. A it is and always has been my opinion that All constitutional amendments should be adopted or rejected by a referendum vote the people. This procedure was not followed in placing the eighteenth amendment in the Federal Constitution. However the volstead act were amended As i have indicated i do not believe there would be any serious agitation for the resubmission the constitutional amendment. A Congress or the state would prescribe 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 distribution these beverages. A i am not advanced As a candidate in the interests any labor organization or any business Enterprise. I am grateful for the endorsement i have received from certain labor unions in my town and know that this enforcement was Given because a belief that i would give labor a Square Deal and nothing More. Capital is As essential to the welfare this country As is labor and is entitled to and will receive from Leif elected the same consideration and treatment that will be accorded the just and reasonable demands labor. In judge for yourself which is better try an Experiment or profit by a Barton citizens experience something new is an Experiment. Must be proved to be As represented. The statement a manufacturer is not proof Merit but the endorsement friends is. Now supposing you had a bad Back a lame weak or aching one would you Experiment on it you read cures. Endorsed by strangers from far Umay places. Its different when the endorsement comes from Home. Easy to prove local testimony. Read this Barton Case. C. H. Hammond North main St., says a Harj work a and heavy lifting my kidneys became disordered and my Back ached and pained. At times the kidney secretions were highly coloured and i had to get up often at night. I also have had a Dull aching pain in my Back which has been very annoying. When troubled this Way i used Doans kidney pills and they have always relieved me. I am very glad to recommend Price 60c, at All dealers. Done to simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans kidney pills the same that or. Hammond had. Foster Mil bum co., mfrs., Buffalo n. Y. A a a a a a a a a a a a a it seeds we have in Stock or transit As follows medium red Clover alike Sweet Clover Alfalfa Grimm a Alfalfa Timothy red top Mammoth yellow Flint com Iden Nugget Rode Island Flint Sheffield Sanford Longfellow drouth proof Dent Early yellow Dent Minnesota thirteen Stow Ellis Evergreen Golden Bantam Canadian Field peas six rowed Barley seed Oats hungarian Millet japanese Millet Marquis Spring wheat buckwheat pea Beans Soldier Beans yellow Eye Beans sunflowers seed Essex rape cattle beets red and yellow cattle carrots cattle turnips cattle Squash five varieties seed potatoes Burpee a Garden and Flower seeds in packets or bags. Stalls stanchions water bowls carriers insecticides powdered Lime Sulphur arsenate Lead Louse Chase sprayers parotid roofing silos. Etc t3 thing for the farm a. E. Counsell amp son phone 210 St. Johnsbury 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. Nills veterinary office and Hospital. East main Street Tel. 43, Newport r. J. Bleman Censed auctioneer esst 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 cuu scores or grubs 20c la. No. 2 hides 18c no. 3 hides and culls at value co to Jenkins pubic Market Orleans n Vermont now is the time to have your harnesses repaired and kled have harnesses blankets Robes whips halters and All kinds strap work team Bells. Leisure a veterinary remedies for Sale by m. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Speir Glover Vermont or. Daisy White teacher violin and expression graduate mount Ida a cobol 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 dancing Modem dancing for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods aesthetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate Ontario veterinary ollege phone 138-11 Davis livery stable j m. Blanket Barton it a ouse Quot Eye few i 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 probate accounts a. C. Farmer d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont backs feed stable Jervah amp Corkins building construction remodelling and repair work All kinds a phones j. J. Workins 15s-2. A. Jervah 18 estate Sarah a. Fox state Vermont District Orleans is. Or. Harry. Hamilton dental surgery Gil Jan 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 phone for the examination the eyes for Glosser. Optical sup no ies All kinds and re pairs made. A phone 332-2 Han Block Newport it. Telephone. A Avance Harry Dickens general insurance a Nii i i office phone 53-2 Skidis Orleans Vermont g. S. Course lied auctioneer South Albany Mermom . Drew. , licensed aug Noehl satisfaction guaranteed. F. R. Hastings . Barton it returned from Mercal a Eric org. I a a. September it insurance All Kink May Shurance a Obarton Vermont �081ah a. Peab80m, m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview Avenue to a. No. 44-4 Barton it. I probate courts special sessions the probate Conrail. Be held at the office . i Barton on the second and fourth fridy 1 each month in the afternoon an duty i office k. A. Roox in . A i the afternoon the third Firdajr Keiek i month. Parties desire not to transact pro tat i business at Barton or Orleans i the judge in Advance that he May Utseth i �?�s�?op7os�? 5�o. Newport a la a open every Day. Except sundays and he i Days but thosecomiii�rfromadi8tanm,ii i far As possible should make special Appolit ments with the court in Advance. E. J. . Jodie. not More than two years nor less than one year and eleven months and placed her on probation under the charge the state probation officer who Laid Down some strict rules fori the disputes that May arise Between her past the two i shall feel that it is my duty conduct seemed to Remiro 4._____ .1_____ui j Delco ugh the Complete electric Light and Power Plant self starting. Stops automatically. So simple a child can operate it. Conduct seemed to require. The Case is typical Many which come before the state Board charities and probation. This bumps who lives in Barton is the Mother three children one them a victim infantile paralysis and All them neglected according to the report the boards Field worker the evidence went to show that she would a eave them for a whole Day at a time when she consorted with persons bad reputation. Now the state must not Only care for the children but must become guardian for the Mother. Theoretically this woman a personal conduct is none the states business until she violates the Law but the a requires her in the absence the Chi Dren s father to provide for the when she neglects them or makes them subject to imn Roner surroundings and influences the state May step in and take Possession. It is something a jobs to act in Aea parents to hundreds such try a a re nothing pin track men and women on Tonry a a al to them at least to preserve the appearance decency 1 4-v�&Quot direction but or Triniy the children who Are taken Crom mothers like this bumps Wom Elf a i a need in Good Homes and de for physical def a will have a better Chance be a Traen than tall future citizenship the 1 one which the ext legislature will probably have to their unworthy parents. How a this we offer one Hundred Ijo Llars heal log ule Dis 12."�?o ii.4 old to consider first the Public welfare interests. A it is my belief that Federal taxes i now levied and collected Are an in a portent Factor in the High Cost living. elected i pledge my sup port to such legislation As will Correct i the injustice now existing and fur a ther pledge myself for an economical administration the affairs and the abolition unnecessary and expensive departments. A i will vote for the enactment Laws that will prove beneficial to the agricultural interests this country. A i am in favor a reasonable adjustment the requests the sex service men who participated in the world War. A i will be pleased to state my position on and question legislation at any time to any North Troy con missioners notice estate c. H. Hanson Apt hunted to the heirs and All persons interested in the estate Sarah a Fox Sale Barton in said District deceased. Greeting been made tothl8 Urt by the and Nln in i tra a aaa Klc Kii to Utt j or the estate said Sarah a. Fox. Paying ? for License and authority to sell All Realise estate said deceased to wit being the 4c late Honie place said deceased situated in the Youage Evansville. In Brownington i x in said District consisting about one i i acre land with buildings thereon repro pc senile big to said Chirt that it would be by be ? facial to the heirs an i All persons interested i in the estate said deceased to sell said Monet Quot Quot a a i the consent and the heirs to id estate residing in this state and set the real estate where Ron. The said Tourt appointed and assigned the 2nd Day april ii Oriet t Newport in said Dos Rich at 2 clock p. In. To hear and decide Uton said pal Catlon and petition and ordered that Public notice thereof to be Given to All persons interested therein by publishing said order together with the time and place hearing three weeks successively in the Orleans a Oso by Monitor a which circulates in a the Liose persons interested in said estate All w hic Publ la the he fore Yon Are hereby notified to Dis thet a foliate Hourt for the assigned then and there in join bans. . To re court. To make your objections to it the grit a a Quot by a a a jux the claims and tuft such . Ifyu a see cause demands All persons against the estate a Veu under my hand at new pts it la said Hart a in said Dos District this i5th Day March offset therr a a a exhibited in go b. M . Sister hereby give notice that we will . Meet for the Puri use aforesaid at the Kirton a a 111 the Tow 11of a be 27th Day insist Goth Day August next from 10 a a clock a. In. Lintl i 4 a m own liberation notice c. P. Hunt candidate for representative. C. P. Hunt announces his candidacy for the Republican nomination for representative to the general Assembly from Troy this fall. Or. Hunt was in in Troy in 1855 and is one Troy s successful Farmers. He has frequently been called to hold Public positions the last 30 years Hing held nearly All the town offices. Or. Hunt advocates More and better agriculture for ver Mont also Good roads and Good schools. elected to this office or. Hunt s friends believe he will give 5very Man a Square Deal and represent them to the Best his ability in the legislative Halls Vermont. He straighten up James Fiarman Mayfield Tkv writes my Back to Hurt me at times and i could not get Straib Lor half an hour. I took Foley kidney pills ind have not had the trouble since. I cannot say enough for them and their great work. Foley kidney pills t. Do their work in ridding the system pm sch this is to Eive Public notice that t have this Daf give miso Capri a rent arc doors to Sanborn his time and will claim none it it his was nor pay any his a Quot a a it it a a �>.3 dat., e. G. Sanborn Irasburg vt., March 10, 1920. 10-12p solid car seeds in Stock. Containing a full assortment High a Wale brands at right prices. This 5th Day a. C. Chase. O. K. Hamblet. Vermont notes nearly 1300 voters attended the annual Village meeting in Bennington mar. 16, largest attendance Ever recorded. The Large vote was brought out by the fact that labor put a ticket in the Field. Their ticket was Defeated by a close margin. Approx Ria included $200,000 for the in a a a to tons corporate limits. At the town meet me March 2 an appropriation $80,-000 was Vot to improve the Road be vill Bennington and you worse ? the a a a ssh a a a curb and Gutter on the Village streets. It hurts those about you. Most time to Shear sheep we Are now Selling the Stewart shearing machines just the right thing. you Haven to tried the Security calf food you Toad better do so it is a great Success. 5 Tine manure Forks 6 Tine manure Forks $1.19 $1.37 see our line dog cougars. You know the dog should be collared before april let. . H. T. Seaver the hardware Man Vermont Ray Barton p. Webster Vermont your truest Friend in times adversity is your Bank account. Open with us and enjoy the ease Freedom from worry and lie Confidence it brings. Done to leave Money about Tai House to tempt thieves and run the risk losing it fire. Make your payments by Check and thus obtain Good receipt and avoid paying the Bill twice. Barton savings Bank amp Trust co i Barton Vermont capital $50.000 surplus $100,000 Safe Deposit boxes to rent at reasonable rates

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