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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Barton, VermontGilpin hot amp company inc., printers and publishers oblians county Monitor Barton Termont lasted every wednesday and entered at the Post office in Barton As second class matter a a Orth Troy palladium leased of a. H. Butterfield w. E. Sawyer local manager ninth Troy Vermont lasted every thursday and entered at the Post office in North i Roy As second class matter. The Newport news e f. Humphrey local manager 67 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 All subscriptions payable in Advance and All papers Discon trued when time expires advertising cards of thanks 50c. Resolutions 61.00. 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. Emery and corrupt times act prac it appears that those papers which have been banging away at or. Emery on the corrupt practices act have drawn fire where they had not expected. He has been quoted As saying that the act makes it a crime to employ political advertising but says he never made such a statement. He does not deny however the drafting introducing and advocacy of the present act which has caused so much comment but says that he had not in mind then 1902, political advertising As it is now known and the interpretation of the act is for the court. Then or. Emery comes Back with a statement which forces the question of the expenditure of Large sums of Money in political campaigns in Vermont into the open and makes it a live Issue in this Campaign. Or. Emery says that if he is elected governor he will make an Effort to have enacted a real corrupt practices act in this state. X be which shall place a limit upon expenditures and make it possible for a poor Man As Well As a Rich one to go into politics in this state. Here or. Emery has touched upon a most vital question. Shall we go on sanctioning the expenditure of thousands upon thousands of dollars in a Campaign to become governor of this Little Commonwealth when the salary of the chief executive is but $3,000 per year shall we Drift on and on with Laws which make it possible Only for men of Large Means to become governor of this state shall we face Campaign after Campaign where Money is a first and Foremost Factor in electing Public officers ? shall we continue to allow men of Means to boast of proposed expenditures to get the office and let those boasts go unchallenged ? if the voters of Vermont Are satisfied with the usual regime of the past administrations where Money has played so important a part in campaigns and administrations let them elect Hartness Babbitt or Agan. These men have Large Means and Are spending have threatened to spend or Are about to spend much Money to be elected governor As their predecessors have done. Why is this or. Emery proposes to conduct his Campaign upon a modest plan limit Campaign expenditures to a Small amount and leave the verdict with Man of ability integrity and a the people the common everyday Quaintance with the state in the governors chamber. Or. Emery has rightly and properly forced into the Campaign the Issue of Money expenditure in seeking office. With the Issue he will win thousands of voters who Are tired of Money in politics. Clement acknowledges the expenditure of Over $11,000 in his Campaign two years ago. Mccollough spent Large sums in his Campaign Meade and Prouty ran expensive campaigns. The Fletcher and Page senatorial campaigns were costly and the Man who stands up and says he will make such campaigns Unla Irful by statute and has the co Mirage of his convictions wins the respect and Confidence of a Large following. Or. Emery has struck a a emote Issue in this Campaign. One that overshadows the eighteenth amendment the volstead act and other dead issues which his opponents Are trying to Force into the Campaign. When Large expenditures of Money by men of wealth make it impossible for the poor Man to enter politics with a northing like an equal Opportunity and the Law allows that Man of wealth to make his wealth a great political Force then has the very foundation Comer of our americanism been shaken. Pains will be an Issue until that Issue is settled and settled right. Other states limit expenditures and bring men into contempt and shame who violate the Law. Vermont can Settle this question right by electing or. Emery governor. Vermont notes John w. Gordon of Barre has announced his candidacy for the nomination for congressman from the Sec a District and gives out a this makes the fourth candidate for the Honor congressman Dale land Pond Raymond Trainor of the River Junction e. W. Gibson of Brattleboro and or. Gordon. With Only a few towns missing out of 247 in Vermont the vote in the presidential primary May shows that major general Leonard Wood received 3,218 out of the 4,469 ves cast. Herbert Hoover of California was second with 549, senator Hiram Johnson of California third with 358, William Grant Webster of York fourth with 343 and gov. Coolidge fifth with 326, the others being scattering. Charles a. Plumley was elected president of Norwich University by the trustees saturday aftera Oom or Plumley received 16 votes. Major Frederick m. Crossett of new York five and maj. Lee s. Tillotson of Montpelier one. The election of or. Plumley was recommended by a my Iorito of the committee on president. The new president is 45 years of a. He was bom in Northfield and was graduated from the Universy m 1896. He was Secretary of the French Venezuela mixed commission of which his father sex congressman Frank Plumley was Umpire. He As principal and superintendent of the Northfield High school for four years. In 1903 he was admitted to the \ or Mont bar. He was speak of the Vermont House of representatives m 1912 and tax commissioner from Luis to 1919. The firm of Bonazzi amp Boparai Granite manufacturers of Mont Lier has signed an agreement with a resident Alexander Mcmillan and Secre slams diary Friday a i was taking to Jane about Wen i get big snuff to go to Call on her amp take her to the moving Pitcher shows. She jus Kinda Lafferd amp sed to me what Wood you say if you was to cum to Are Dore amp Nock at it amp my Mother Wood go to the Dore. I replied amp sed i Wood lift up my hat amp say Good evening. Then she sed suppose my father Wood cum to the Dore what Wood you say. I sed i Wood grab my hat amp say Good Nite. Saturday i Herd a person say that sum thing made there Mouths water. I ast a wat did they mean by saying there Mouths water amp he sed that All they is for Mouths to do since the 18teenth amendment. Tary Arthur Knight to pay the company a cutters $8 a or $1 an hour. This is the first firm to sign up an agreement in the Granite text since the cutters went out Panl 1. The employers offered the cutters $6. A which was not accepted. This agreement is the first breaking away from the Granite manufacturers. Seventeen barrels supposed to be filled with fish and consign by a. Birse of Montreal to the William m. Green City fish co., Elyott Street Boston were taken from a train in St. Albans by inspectors w. E. Fuller and Peter Marengo wednesday night and an Insi fiction disclosed 500 quarts of various kinds of liquor of a valuation in Boston of $5,000 or $6,000. The William m. Green City fish co. Is said to be the Lar St handlers of fish in new England. The inspectors were looking Over the express on the train when their suspicions were aroused upon discovering sawdust about the barrels. When the barrels were opened 30 bottles of the Best Canadian liquor were found in each barrel under layers of fish and ice. From returns received from the Vermont preferential presidential Pri Mary tuesday it is certain tha major general Leonard Wood of Bourne mass., one of the two candidates whose names were printed on the ballot received a majority of the votes. Herbert Hoover of California was running second and senator Hiram Johnson of California third their names having been written in. As were the names of governor Coolidge of Massachusetts and gov. Low Den of Illinois. William Grant Webster a new York lavs Ryer who had filed papers for the nomination was the recipient of a Good sprinkling of votes. The total vote cast was very Small not being Over one twentieth of the Normal voting strength. Vermont Council knights of Columbus in annual convention in Burlington elected e. J. Howard of Bellows Falls state Deputy p. J. Hicks of Middlebury Secretary Arthurc Moore of Barre treasurer John f. Smith Warden Martin f. Cleary of Newport advocate e. J. Howard of Bellows Falls Thomas b. Wright of Burlington. E. J. Owens of Barre Frank j. Dwyer of Burlington j. P. Delegates to the National convention Leamy of Rutland p. J. Prengergast Bennington alternates. There Are now 14 councils in the state. The Secretary a report showed a total membership of 3,306, a gain of 797. The next convention will be held in sunday i found out that a Kep a Diry Wen she begun living with i amp a. I was a Reading it today agent her Hollidge amp found where she Imd Rote i have just finished bathing the prettiest Littel baby in the Hole big wide Happie world. So now i no that when she balls me out she dissent mean it l guess its her nerves. Monday Wen i was a comeing in the House after Stool i Herd a taking to a woman Whitch was a calling on her. I did Dent want to int rur Quot them so i sit outside amp listened. M was saying that Wen a Cupple lived to gather a Long Wile they Grue to understand 1 another better amp Wen they had there Littel Quarls 1 of them All ways gives in. She new what she was taking about to for Wen her amp a mixes up 1 of them All ways gives up Whitch ainu to a. Tuesday we was going to the Pitcher show but a was so Long find at tend the Albany business College Send for catalogue carnell5.h0it Albany . Memorial wreaths i .50, $2.00, $2.50, $3-00 and up. Memorial sprays $1.50, $2.00, $2.50. Metallic wreaths $3.00 to $10.00. Wax wreaths crosses anchors $2.00 up. Send your order in now seedlings now ready for transplanting write for Catalon a hem stitching we Hemstitch in All the popular styles All mail orders attended to promptly misses Trudeau and Wheeler 77 main St. Newport it. Notice inside and outside painting paper hanging Bell phone 13-12. P. J. Guertin a a a Bali Flower shop Newport Vermont Tel. 311 no her Hare that it was too late Enny How it was a Edu cashoral filled so i did Dent care. Wednesday a had intended on ing to a Stag party but changed his mind at the lats Minnit. 1 of the men called him up by Telephone amp i Herd a say no he assent comeing amp then be sed he was staying at Home from Choice. Whitch was Trew Only he did Dent explant to the Man that it was Frum maps Choice. Thursday had to stay in at Stool Tonitte. Teecher seems to be sorry Stool is ending amp wants to make us kids mis Erbel. Well webby i will Dye sum amp go up in the sky and they jul think of me what a Nice Little Gente Manlie Fella i was and How i am Mist and it amp i will be up on a big Cloud amp have a Harp amp play i Hope Yure satisfied. We pay top prices for Cau skins cow hides horse hides sheep pelts and raw furs in season or. E. H. Nills veterinary office and Hospital East main Street Tel 43, Newport i have just received a 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 remodelling and repair work of All kinds phones j. J. Workins 153-2 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 he made by mail r a phone for i yes for Glasset the examination of the optical supplies of All kinds and repairs made. A phone 332-2 Renihan Block Newport it. A. C. Farmer d. V. Veterinarian office at Newport. Vermont Bucko a feed stable 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 Hove amp Stowe real a state Newport Tel 175 roots Block amp is a do a j m. Bulc Barton it a. Special attention. I diseases of the Eye is i the fitting of gl�9�r� office hocus 11s.i, my or gig a a. A Aii c. A. Cra Tonit office. Office hours 0 go appointments for u to 1 can be made in a Telephone. A Lavanc by Harry Dickens general insurance Ami a office phone 53-2 resident Orleans Vermo Jit g. S. Coli ten licensed auctioneer Limber i South Albany Venn Oai i n. H. Drew so. Walda licensed a Nonea satisfaction guaranteed. F. R. Hastings . Barton it. Returned from medical Terrie 0 a was september 1st mrs. D. R. Puffer teacher of dancing Modem dancing for adults Chalif and Vestoff methods of aesthetic and interpretive dancing for juveniles insurance of All 1 May a insurance Aimaq Barton Vermont or. Edwin l. Miller veterinary surgeon graduate of Ontario veterinary College phone 138-11 Davis livery stable c. E. Jenkins pubic Market Orleans Vermont any girl with Good curves elsewhere always thinks that folks done to look at the angles of her face. State of Ohio. City of Toledo. county As. Frank j. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of f. J. Cheney a co. Dolner business in the City of Toledo county and state aforesaid. A Frank j. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6tb of december a. D. 1886. A. W. . Seal notary Public. Hall�?~8 Catarrh Medicine is taken in by and acts through the blood on mucous surfaces of the system. Send Demauy and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces o for Testino Nials. Free. F. J. Cheney amp co. Toledo. O. Bold by All druggists. 76c. Hauls family Pius for Consul anon. Commissioners notice al state Ecra j. Chaffee the undersigned having been a olnsted by the honorable probate court Orthe District of Orleans commissioners receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Ezra j. Obalee. Late of Albany. In said in strict. Deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at w. N. Potters Bouse in the town of Albany in said District on the 17th of june and Ylst of oct. Next from 1 of clock p. A. A null 8 of clock p. M., on each of said Days and that said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. I it ated at Albany this 22nd of May. A. D. I9f0. W. N. Potter. J. H. Lanon. 21-28 renew renew your your subscription subscription promptly. Promptly. Estate of Zaide Esel Skinner state of Vermont District of Orleans is. The honorable probate cd it Urt for the District of Orleans. To ail persons interested in the estate of Waldee e. Skinner late of Barton in said dlrt�ctd6c��d. Greeting at a probate court. Holden at Newi it Ort within and for said District on the 20th of May. 1�20 an instrument purporting to the last will and testament of Waldee e. Skinner late of Barton in said District deceased was presented to the court aforesaid for probate. And it is ordered by said oort that the 18th of june. 1920 at e. A. Cooke a office in Orleans in said Barton at 2 of clock p. A. Three a Finks successively in the Orleans county Monitor a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity. In said District previous 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 in eluding preparation of probate accounts Josiah a a. Peae Soh m. L. Batchelder cottage Hospital Lakeview atone Tel. No. 44-4 Barton v probate courts Barton on the Send of each month in the office of e. A. Cowk. In Orle a the afternoon of the third month. a so to a a he Robate Quot office at open every . Days but those coming from a far As possible should make ments with the Elsis Sissini therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court. At the time and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said will if you have cause. Given under my band at Newi it Ort in said District this 20th of a. 21-28 b. To Pooner Register liberation notice this is to certify that i have this Elveu my son. Walter o. Stanley his time during the remainder of his minority and shall claim none of Bis wages nor pay any of his debts contracted after this Date. . Stanley dated at Sutton vt., this 28th of april. 1920 21 Rutland. Small newspapers face extinction. Representatives of More than 100 newspapers met in Washington last week to Deal with the hardships surrounding publication of the Small Page ers and organized the United states publishers newsprint conservation league and called on similar organizations to join in for Mutual Protection. Some of the reports sent in by editors unable to attend painted distressing pictures of trouble ahead due to inability to obtain newsprint and High prices for the Little to be had. Many dailies with an ancient and honorable lineage soon will be forced to suspend unless there is Quick Relief letters and telegrams said while some editors declared the weekly a walk of the ghost would be a thing of the past in Many Little offices if prices kept climbing and Mills failed to answer the newsprint Appeal. One editor whose paper has not missed a publication since the civil War telegraphed that he could not get away because there were Only two Rolls of newsprint in the shop and where the next would come from no Man could say. After you make up your mind that there is no such thing As a Good Luck Quot a a a ally it what will you give to save a child picture a Vermont girl or boy Pale underweight listless and exposed Ter tuberculosis infection. What will you give to change such a child into a Riddy Happy boy or girl Strong enough to fight off the infection of tuberculosis the prevent orium is doing this very thing for Vermont boys and girls. $50,000.00 from voluntary Gitts for the necessary work of. The Vermont tuberculosis association Means the gift of a second $50,000.00 and the site for a new and larger prevent orium the Campaign to raise the $50,000 a is june 1 and continues to june 5 Fred a. Howland Montpelier state chairman. A. W. Hill Burlington treasurer. In All the world and that All you get must work for you be put your in shaken., self squarely in the Pathwa of Good Money m Vermont political Cam-1 Luck. This drive for funds is endorsed by the officers and District officers of the Vermont state Board of health. What will you give if your town has no chairman please Send your contribution to m. N. Taplin Orleans Rev. L. A. Edwards Newport county chairmen. About everything in the seed Lioe including our car of fancy Canadian seed Oats j for the biddies Pratts baby Chick feed scratch intermediate Chick feed Fine Chick growing feed and Mash. Ray p. Webster Barton it. Our banking service enables you to transact your business quickly con by and with every degree of safety and sat Sfach we extend you a cordial invitation to use our plete service to your business needs. Barton savings Bank amp 1 capital $50.000 Barton. Vermont surplus. Safe Deposit boxes to rent at reason rates. Lable

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