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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Barton, VermontJ a Etwo Gilpin Hunt amp cd Mph by inc printers and publishers Orleans county Monitor Barton Termont issued every wednesday and entered at the Posto Fluce in Barton As second class matter North Troy palladium leaned of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manager North Troy Vermont issued every thursday and entered at the Posto Fluce in North Troy As second class matter. The Newport news e. F. Humphrey local manager &7 main Street Newport Vermont issued every Friday and entered at the Post office in Newport As second class matter _ Gibson also in congressional race. Barre times the action of the Republican caucus in. Brattleboro in instructing the towns delegation in the state convention in Montpelier a to use their Best efforts in the convention to further the candidacy of Ernest w. Gibson As a candidate for rear Totive Porter h. Dales seat in the lower House of Congress is the first positive move so far As the Public Joni m favor of the candidacy of the Brattleboro Man for the Tion for some time it has been talk Here and there that Gibson was to be a candidate for the position but no Foi Roal announcement was made by or. Gibson or in his behalf. This More or less formal entry makes three candidates already for it is taken Fot granted that representative Jalel seek re nomination and besides him there is Raymond Trainor of White River Junction. It remains to be seen whether the list is completed. Subscriptions any paper $2.00 year 6 months Rabie in Advance All subscriptions payable in cd be and All papers discontinued when expires advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions . 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 soldiers Bonus Rutland Herald until the committee on ways and Means of the House finally and Fot Mally decides on what to do with the myriad suggestions before it for soldiers Aid it is probably the part of Good sense to Reserve judgment. Several things however Are Public property in that connection various plans proposed contemplate expenditures of from two to six billions to be raised by taxation this Money cannot be taken from existing revenues As the government into a deficit every month _ _0 the United states will a have expended $263,968,993 in behalf id i this paper has secured for Publica j of world War veterans. The estimate Tion three sermons recently preached for 1921 is already $45840,000 by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson of Barton at the dose of theby Rev. J. J. Hut Camson about upon three topics which will be capita interest to a much larger a Circle of the present National debt is about $24,700,000,000, or about $225 per interest to a much larger people than was privileged to hear them in his Church. He terms the general theme of these three sunday evening sermons a habits to be avoided a the topics being a profanity a a a tobacco and a card the publication of these sermons will be begun within a week or two and ought to create much interest the topics being decidedly modern of Universal interest and Hall led in a vigorous but not offensive manner. Whether one indulges in these things or not the discussion of the topics will be a wholesome thing for the Public. Watch for these sermons. The Sale i Vav cake civil War there were about 2.800.000 Union soldiers in the world War there were about 4.800.000 americans in the civil War the base pay of a private was about $13 in the world War the base pay of a private was $30 in the civil War there w As no service Bonus paid in the world War there has been a Bonus of $60 paid in the second year after the civil War we paid out a total of $21,000,000 for pensions Hospital treatment and administration for the veterans in the Twenty fourth year $92,000,000 and last year $223,000,000. In the second year after the civil War w e of the Newport express j paid in Soldier benefits an average of and Standard by d. W. Hildreth is �5 -50 per Soldier or about 60 cents per noted with interest. For nearly Ondy a after the world years the writer has lived As a neigh Jug paying in Soldier Bene Bor editor to or. Hildreth and fits exclusive of any contemplated has always found him a courteous Bonus an average of $95.50 per sol and accommodating brother publisher. Tier. Or Over $4 per capita of Popula or. Hildreth a editorial style is forceful often vitriolic and the support of the traditions of the United states demand generous treatment for the of any should his paper has been eagerly sought a men who wore the Khaki just As it de while its opposition has always been Mandod generous treatment for the feared. Or. Hildreth s spirit of pro of Veteran Gress has been shown in the erection in Newport of the splendid Home of the express and Standard in the establishment of the Orleans signal which he published As an edition for the Village of Orleans for four years in the publication of the Island Pond Herald for a time and in other business moves. The Newport Field has always been considered one of the Best in the state and the express and Standard one of the prosperous papers of Vermont. If the new publisher of the Newport contemporary gives Newport the kind of paper the town deserves he will find Loyal support and room for advancement. While the departure of or. Hildreth from the newspaper Field is not without a feeling of regret the new publisher is welcomed. Vermont notes or. And mrs. Ahrin Tich out of Montpelier both died in Vergennes last week As the result of an automobile Accident. There is said to be a possibility of placing the new state Nomal school at Rutland. A site in Middleby is also being looked Over likewise m Burlington Montpelier and St. Johns Bury also Barre. A statue of Ira Allen the founder of the University of Vermont will presented to the College by j. B. Wilbur of Manchester it was announced at the founders Day exercises last week. The value of the statue will be several thousand dollars. Levi Morton the Twenty second vice president of the United states the running mate of Benjamin Harrin 1888 died in Poughkeepsie n. Y., at t1 Ili tical uie As . Xxx Vav. Although poin inc son of a lorry Man in poor circumstances in Shore Ham vt., in 1824, he forced his Way to the front in the business and financial world until he became one of Money Powers of the country. He had the blood of a financier in his veins dependent As he was of George Morton of York eng., who raised funds to Send the pilgrims to America on the Mayflower. The democratic state convention will be held in Rutland june 2, commencing at 11 of clock in the morning. United states District attorney v. A. Bullard of Burlington will be chairman of the convention. Announcement has also been sent out by the state committee that the democratic Cauca us will be held throughout the state to elect delegates and alternates to the state convention. Representation in the state convention will be on the basis of one Delegate from each City and town and one Delegate for each 50 voters. Four delegates anal four alternates to the National democratic convention to be held at san Francisco june 28, will be elected to the state convention. The Rev. Edward g. French of Johnson was elected president of the congregational state conference at wednesdays session of the annual convention. Judge Frank l. Fish of Vergennes was elected vice president the Rev. Charles c. Merrill of Burlington Secretary John m. Comstock of Chelsea statistical Secretary and f. W. Baldwin of Barton treasurer. It was voted to hold the next convention in Vergennes. All officers of the Vermont Domestic missionary society of which Nathan g. Williams of Bellows Falls is president were reelected. The Rev. George a. But trick of Rutland was chosen to preach the annual Sermon. The Rev. Or. Merrill reported the pledges of $116-000 toward the quota of $130,000 in the congregational world movement fund. Recommendations for improved sunday Observance and marriage Laws were adopted. The Rev. Paul d. Moody of new York and the Rev. Cornelius h. Patton of Boston were among the speakers. The Monitor May 19, 1920 a Cid Hood w1& chronic constipation in Dacha Complex yrs by a of purr a Yves Quot Ever be allowed to suffer while this Republic exists but it is a question whether a sort of Bonus Joy ride will be doing the world War veterans Good or harm. The Herald for one sincerely Hopes that if such a Bonus plan comes out of committee it will be coupled with provisions for homemaking homesteading or Aid in permanent Enterprise rather than providing a Mere a Melon cutting which will not permanently Benefit the problem of the returned Soldier but rather still further complicate it. Press cupping earning and saving. Bennington Banner More Money is paid out in this country daily for soda and ice Cream than for automobiles and gasoline according to the collector of internal Revenue of new y Ork City. It is also said that More Money is spent for chewing gum than for diamonds and More for Candy than for Silks and furs. Nearly All people spend a considerable part of their income for luxuries and the percentage so spent people of Small income is a doubt Fly greater than that of the Rich or Well to do. All americans nowadays a a loafers and Are blessed the Good health earn Money enough m their lifetime to Bome Well to do but most of them spend it As they go x people have the ability to save patiently from year to year until they get a Start which helps them to Success. How to meet the Situa on. It does no Good to fume and fret. Its be a far to just forget. That times Are hard and things Are High it will not last for Bye and Bye the world we Hope will mend its ways. And we shall see some better Days. If even one would do their Best. Work hard and Long with Little rest. Would try to smooth instead of tangle. Life a Bells would chime instead of jangle. Is where did the difference go Springfield reporter if any great number of Vermont Farmers like those of Johnson sold their Maple syrup for $1.75 a gallon and the purchasers of the same paid a third party $3.7o a gallon it is time that some kind of an introduction committee made producers and Consumers in this state a Little better painted with each Ether. It might be quite As much to their advantage m other lines of barter and Exchange to die use with a go Between and Smice they both speak English and understand the same numerical system Tiey could conduct trading negotiations without the assistance of an interpreter if they were on speaking Tetos. In the above mentioned mat difference Between the $1.75 and $3.75 Ter of up they could have split the and each would be sweeter tempered Over the result than they Are at pres if men would plow and Plant and Hoe. And women Weed and Cook and sew. If congressmen would act like men. The future would look brighter then. If there were no More profiteers there a be More smiles and fewer tears if Ull would cultivate real Worth. Wed have a taste of heaven on Earth. M. A. The Best Wray to discourage divorce would be to make it unfashionable. Attend the Albany business Collece Send for catalogue ��rnell5.h0it Albany. By. Otis m. Bryant 49 Anderson St., Portland Maine. To was troubled with constipation Ever since i can remember As a result was subject to distressing Ilca Daches and pain in my left Side. I would go for two or three Days without any movement of the bowels. I chanced to a about a fruit a Tives in one of our local papers and began their use about four months ago. Since them i have been free from headaches my bowels have been re Tilar and from the use of several boxes of a fruit a Tives i feel that the great Benefit i have derived justifies me in pronouncing them a remedy of True and exceptional Merit. Otis m. Bryant. Goc. A Box 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from fruit a Tives limited Ogdensburg n. A i have Fust received \ Carload of engines a Carload of farm wagons a Carload of tillage implements. Peg tooth harrows Spring tooth harrows wheel harrows cultivators weeders com planters seeders the prices Are right. Barton it. Jervah amp Corkins building construction re Modlung and repair work of All kinds phones j. J. Workins 153 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 he made by mail Lone for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Optical supplies of All kinds and repairs made. A phone 332 Renihan Block Newport it. A. C. Fax Viz d. V. M. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont backs feed stable we pay top prices for calf skins cow hides horse hides sheep pelts and raw furs in season avoiding kidney ills make life miserable for Many Barton people. There a nothing More annoying than kidney weakness or inability to properly control the kidney secretions. Night and Day alike the sufferer is tormented and what with the burning and scalding the attendant backache headache and dizziness life is indeed a Burden. Doans kid Ney pills have Given peace and com fort to Many Barton people. Profit by this Barton resident s experience. A. E. Brunning Park Street says a i had been troubled More or less with kidney complaint since childhood. I had Little control Over my kidneys they acted involuntarily causing me annoyance and making it very disagreeable. Doans kidney pills were brought to my attention and i tried them. Three boxes were enough to relieve me and i certainly Praise them for the Good they have done Price 60c. At All dealers. Done to simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan s kidney pills the same that or. Brunning had. Foster Mil bum co., mfrs. Buffalo. N. C. E. Jenkins pubic Market Orleans Vermont business directory j. M. Blake m. D. Barton it the. , of Gumse Offik hours Ham 8unday and by a Pectal a a it a exec a a c. A. Cramton m n 8t.john8bcrt.ossa a osi�?o>3 is my a Raj a scr Harry Ickes general insurance and aug tip a office phone 53 residence,1o?4 Orleans Vermont g. S. Courser. Licensed auctioneer umber estimated South Albany Vermont Daisy White teacher of violin and expression graduate of mount Ida school Newton mass studio 783 East main St. Newport n. H. Drew so. Walden it licensed auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed. E. H. Howe successor to Howe amp Stowe real estate Newport Tel. 175 roots Block f. R. Hastings . Barton it. Returned from medical service ote a was september lit mrs. D. R. Puffer teacher of dancing Modem dancing a for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of aesthetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles Delco ought the Complete electric Light end Power Plant brings City conveniences and modern benefits to the farm Home. M. L. Porter North Troy it. Developing printing and enlarging for amateurs a photographic photo Craft shop 37 main Street Nev port Vermont comparative prices paid by h. P. Hood amp sons and another Large buyer in Maine july 1, 1919, to december 31. 1919 per hundredweight test 1 paid by . Hood amp soot outside of Maine. Loth zone pin. S.09s 2 paid by . Hood a Csora in Maine 3 paid by the other Lacee Buyei inc Aab 4 paid by the other lame buyer in stocks of column 4 5 and Stock 6 3.5% 115 h5 -.?5 4.2% 4j% 4.4% 4.5% 33.569 3.609 3.649 3.689 3-729 3.769 3.809 ird 3.929 3.969 %3j400 3.461 3.522 3l?07 3.768 3.829 ird 4.014 a Lisi Ilif 3.388 3.450 3.512 Tui 3.697 3.758 30.094 .096 .097 .099 .101 .103 .105 .107 .109 .110 .112 is i5f? 3.680 3.744 3.870 example if yom 4and re a Maine producer you received Over a. Per quart More Cash a h. P. Hood amp sons and about pc. Per quart More Cash from h. P. Hood amp sons than the other Large buyer paid you in Cash and Stock certificates. If you produced milk Elseth in Maine you received nearly per quart More Cash from . Hood amp sons thao from the other Large buyer in Cash and Stock certificates. A Ian from h. P. Hood amp sons Dairy experts 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 a veterinary remedies for Sale by m. W. Johnson successor to a. B. Speir Glover. Vermont or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon 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 insurance of All kinds May a insurance Agency Barton Vermont Josiah a. Pearson m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakevin evry Avenue Tel. No. 44 Barton it. Probate courts held at Theoff Cleof . Barton on the second and fourth Fri Syi of each month in the afternoon and at the office of e. A. Look in Orleans in the afternoon of the third p riday of each month. Parties desiring to transact probate business at Barton or Orleans should no tits the judge in Advance that he May take the a he Toba a office at newport111� open every Day except sundays and holidays but those coming from a far As possible should make special appoint ments with the court in Advance. E. J. . Judite. R. J. Beeman Censed auctioneer a a at Hardwick 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. 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 if you have an Edison Standard Home or Triumph phonograph that will not play the wonderful four minute Blue Amberos records Call or write and we will explain How a Cement will Rice to the coi it vow prod Chi. Up to Date w a a a .11 of in. It a. , pop. Olar songs and instrumental pieces. Edison Agency Wright s shoe store 37 main str to Newport Vermont once again we have plenty of Adas Portland Cement in cloth or paper better look after that barrel of regular and King flour car of fertilizer due in Ray p. Webster Barton it. Our banking service enables you to transact your business quickly Convenie by and with every degree of safety and satisfaction. Cold we extend you a cordial invitation to use plete service to your business needs. Barton savings Bank amp Trust co Barton Vermont capital $50,000 surplus $100,000 Safe Deposit boxes to rent at reasonable rates

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