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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, FRIDAY, XOVE5IBER. lv. 1018.
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Twixt Love and Duty D " ' s w TAKE. 'En BACK AND BUV THRIFT STAMPS! (Oopynglit) D N THE KfMSGR! 3 jy MARY CBAiIiyiilsER BROTHER BACON'S WORD. PARKER'S Auto Service to Putney Will be continued Tues day, Thursday and Sat . urday afternoons, leav ing Putney at 1.30 and Brattleboro at 4.30 as heretofore. No regular trips other days. Subscriptions Must Be Paid in Advance The War Industrie Board, In its efforts to conserve the paper supply, has ruled that newspapers must stop all subscriptions IMMEDIATELY UPON EXPIRATION. This means that subscribers must keep their subscriptions PAID IN ADVANCE in order to be certain of getting The Re former regularly. Notice of eipiration of subscription is always sent in advance; do not neglecft it and then blame the publisher for what is yocr own fault. The Meddler "1 tlit coat fits ybu, put it on.' l'l.MD'AY. NOV KM UKU 1, MS. On the eve of resuniino; normal ac tivities after five weeks of restriction on account of the influenza epidemic, llrattleboro people would do well to bear in mind that the need of being careful will not cease with the lifting of the ban on public gatherings. Happi ly, the disease hast been held well in check here, as is shown by the small nunilier of local eases compared to those in other towns of the same size, but there is still enough of it to cause a great deal of trouble if reasonable pre cnution is not continued. In this con nection it may not be out of place to call attention to the statement of Dr. Tucker that continuance of the epi demic is due in large measure to persons who have the disease in such light form that they do not realize its nature and consequently take, no precautions. Fot the next few weeks 'people who feel any of the numerous tiymptoms indicative BROOKS HOUSE G. E. SHERMAN Manager Benj. A. Crown Professional Photographer EEATTLEBORO, VT. Tel. 487-W 4 Frost Place Hon!o portraiture, party gather ing;, flashlights, interiors, views, copying, enlarging, commercial work, etc. man gun, be shot! They were not dis turbed by the thought that America might be forced into the war. The jubi lation with which the news of the sinking of the Lusitanin was received was general. Tt was so significant that Dr. Iavis believes that America would have declared war immediately had it neen Known, and lie clnl not find a single German who did not enthuse over that dastardly crime. The raids of Zeppelins worked similar demonstra tions, The view of the people were strong ly influenced by the j.rejis which wa aosonnciv controlled i,v tne govern ment. Nothing the papers said was too preposterous to lie believed. They were used to conceal reverses and to make the utmost capital out of success- From the start thev declared that Oer manv was fighting a defensive war Two Germans said that the kaiser wa responsible for the war. If he did not ."('cure a victory it would mean the end of him and his supporters. The kaiser admitted to Dr. Davis that he never intended that the all'u should accept his peace proimsa! o mvr-r-t . . I - . . nit. iVAiaiiK ANU tUS I-EOFLE. December. 131(1. It was for Lome en.. '.. ii . .. i . I .. . . .... ... .ii.- ..ii ini.-.c.-ieo u gei iiuoriiia- i sumption and to injure the allies if timi about the kaiser and the German ! tms.sible. President Wilson's sincer people tun the relations between them, effort to procure a nea. e following th trllinr X- l.,,-:t 4' II ..... l.ll. . . ......in ...i.i.-., mi it jt-ui;. i in- Kaiser s proposal was answered nv n ..... i kaiser s dentist, gives us the benefit I resumption of ruthlc.-s submarine war nf his observations in his recent book, I fare! The Kaiser as 1 Know Him." The kaiser comes first, then the fatherland T'nlike the draft and the iiiflueny? ui me on in or anegiance. ne said to I tne recent Sundav ban on rrasoline dM ; m i i u.ts. r.ouv ano soiu, you neiong to m a measure discriminate. The ma i If 1 ' j . t i .1 me. ii i ei.iniii.iiMi you to shoot your or wealth and leisure might if he j fathers and mothers ymi must fol- chose ride from M.mdav mornin" tin low mv command without a murmur. I til Patnrd.iv nioM m... i....i.. . He means this literally; it in "my peo- man must attend to his goods and Hi. pie," not "the peoj K and tiie Teutons laborer put in six days of work- there- adm;t it, for they are the most willing fore if he could not take out the flivc va. .;. Is hi the world. Veneration and on the seventh day. he didn't take it i tin irn l.i'A.l in link l...n.. ..- I n 1... ..a ! 1 1.. .i j, ' ..... .... ...... ... .... ....... . i. i Ulan-.. I inn ui an. in me majority or eases, n even among the Socialists. This state we know, the sacrifice was made dire. of mind will change with the reactions fully; and as reports begin to be give.i from the war. and when they realize by those who took numbers of Sunds till. I'ltitl I il-r.il O fi r i.tnn !.... l.m. l.n ...'.I .1 ! O . .1 m in, in in,- mi,- luiiinn (lining .-e(iieiiiner, Hie lact I itary leaders, the consequences cannot noted that the larger number of tho c be foreseen. I who failed to ie..,t tin. I-Oi i it Act ....... I.. . 1 1 S a 1 t . .. . in.- J..OOH- ii.ne orsinpc.i iiicir intii Tiiose wno presumably might have should be nerrlecfrd . ... .... .... I . . I -r--- M.i visinv, run it will ie another story Jwaited another day, and not those wh when they discover that he has failed I must ride on Sunday if thev rode at aP. to achieve the promised ends. "The The food administration and fuel com- kaiser himself realizes that his tenure 1 missioners are bound to show un a few f office rests upon victory." The war j slackers who like sneak thieves and was stalled to dominate the world; pickpockets may cause annoyance, bu it has been continued solelv to save can never undermine society the kaiser's throne. "Does the kai ser actually sit in this verv chair?" Substitute corn for wheat, beans for Little Benny's Note Book By LEE PAPE This aftiinoon me and Skinny Martin and Sid Hunt and Lerov Shooster .was standing on the corner, and Skinny Mar tin sed, G, look whose up there looking n the candy store window Meening Sam Cross standing tip there like a jrersin trying to make up his mind kvat kind they wunt to buy, and I sed, I tell you lets wat, lets dont yell to liim r enything till he comes out, because if we do he mite not go in And we all ducked erround the coi ner and peeked erround at Sam Cross, and Sam kepn on standing there looking it the diffrent kinds in the window as if he dident know weather he knew wat not lmv Shooster ravine, (i, maybe hes got a nickel, you ; Set a lot in there for a nickel. Maybe lies got a dime, you get twice as mutch for a dime, sed Sid Hunt. Hes taking a heck of a long wile to go n if hes going, 1 sed, and Skinny Martin ed. After he goes in, lets us go tip and 'Grunt, grunt, what's ' the news?" asked Grandfather Porky Pig. 'Well," said Brother Bacon,, "they say that: it's going to , be, a. fine, day tomorrow." " t j'.- -. '- ; ""Who fri thurirler do "you mean by they?'" asked Grandfather Porky Pig, crossly. . I mean people when I say they,'" said Brother Bacon "At least I meant it just now when I said 'they,' and it is of this occasion we are talking." "Hum," grunted Porky Pig; "you are being very smart In your manner of speaking eh?" , "Maybe so," said Brother Bacon, "but if I were in your place I wouldn't speak of thunder when I had just heard it was going to be a fine day tomorrow." "Why not?" asked Porky. " "Because," said Brother Bacon. That's a fine reason," squealed Porky Pig. "Yes, that Js f most as suredly a fine and noble reason." I'm a pig" said Brother Bacon. I know It," said Grandfather Porky. And I'm not a professor or a eacher or a scholar," said Brother Bacon. "Such people may know the reasons for everything, but I don't I'igs aren't supposed to be so awfully wise." 'I thought you might have given a slightly better answer than you did, though," said- Porky Pig; "even though you are a pig." "I can if you will give me time," feaid Brother Bacon. 'Take your time, take your time. Your time means nothing to me," said Porky Pig. "My time means nothing to me except when it Is meal time. Then I feel differently about time, for I am In a hurry to grab the goodies." "I meant," said Brother Bacon slow- & .1 A "Ham Is Good to Eat." Thev Both Ex- stand outside of the store as if w? was j claimed, est standing there. Wich after a longj t-.l.. vj... I 'i'niu irdnl ill mill inn mill t -. T tl 4V !1. t. a wa.w! . . , ,, , , ,. , i -ii v ....... ,1 iiiai i uiuu i uiiiin. ii nas a s""" l t r r - , , of influenza should shun public gather- Ukinny and Sid and Tx-roy Shooster q'k.doa to eak of thunder when the OU f OUr fa,F COUtltl . or IS she ings of all sorts. From now on the went up and stood outside, with '.xl)res' j eati,er js nice ani ts going to con- t nS to her colors in the POIJTICAL ADVERTISING. Clement or Mayo? I desire through the columns of your paper to touch upon a few issues of the present campaign. e'are urged to vpte for Clem ent because he is the Republican candidate. What is .his record? In 1902' he was defeated in con vention and then bolted; as an in dependent. In 1906 he , ran again as an independent ahdsjwas also nominated by the Demoprats. In each of these years the; Republi cans' defeated him. Now, under a new. primary law, with an ex penditure of $11,000, with a state wide campaign in the papers that this was the old local option fight over" again, with an appeal-to his former supporters to vote for him again, and by the aid of Demo cratic votes, he secures the Re publican nomination. The Demo crats have really nominated two candidates for governor this year: Mayo on their own ticket, and Clement on the Republican ticket. We are to choose between them next Tuesday. When there is a choice between a thoroughbred and a hybrid, I shall select the thoroughbred every time. Al though I have always voted lor a Republican governor, 1 prefer the thoroughbred Mayo, who has a clean record and has the welfare of Vermont, always at heart, to the Republican discard whom I have fought in two previous cam paigns, and had the happiness .of helping to defeat with my vote. We are told, in a little cam paign book just sent out by the Republican state committee, that we should vote for Clement in order to carry out the 10 great principles that the candidates have selected for their platform. This is a pleasant bit of camou flage. There isn't one of those principles of any importance that any man of any party would think ' of opposing, much less Mayo, whose legislative record is in har mony with them all. The little book makes no men tion of the great question that Vermont is to vote on this winter, national prohibition. This is the most important question to come before the next legislature. Ver mont's voice is as powerful on this question as that of the largest state in the Union. I low shall she speak? Shall she proudly take her stand among the 36 and sav that this great evil shall" be; stamped stamping out of the grip germ rests largely with the individual. How well he will accomplish it remains to be seen. ' As for the opening of schools it is generally conceded that the step is not premature provided parents watch their children carefully and keep them at home the moment any suspicious symp toms become apparent. In the case of a good many children the watch that iions on our faces as if we dident ixpeck '.o see enybody in paitickler come out, and after another Ions wile I sed. Hes tak ing a heck of a long wile to come out if hes Coming. O, he must have about a quarter, tak- mr all this time, sea umv Miooster. And we waited another long wile and then tt'e lookea throo the winilow and we tinue being nice. It might encourage the thunder to come." "Nonsense," squealed Torky Pig. "You have silly ideas. If it's going to thunder, it's going to, and it will take more than a couple of pigs from the barnyard to stop it, I can tell you. "There, now ! What do you think "I believe they have a food called pig brains," said Brother Bacon. Have the delicacy, young Pig, to .-oiiiuil I- et- rujo.i, iiiiu Mi-ni i.i.i . - . M . . M.,i tnvin.T !, la.lv Would 11 uml ",r Mlor U8 vuu please tell us if a boy with glasses came in lieer? Wv ves. he came in finite a litle wile azo! will be put over them in the school j and bawt some candy and asked as a leave ray name out of. conversation room is likely to be more searching J speshil favor if he couldnt go out the lwck when you are mentioning foods. That than they would receive at home, while I wav or a s!lort ut' tll.e may- Is only mention my name as being tne x,, ami qui you reeve n m i seu, aim 0e tQ whom to give tnings to eat. I uie seu. erteny, wy not: u icn we anient rlf n Q cni-on nf fnorl tell her wy not, and we nil went out , . , restricted plav. Teachers should bearlagen. Skinny Martin saying. Aw hcck.i v" . .. in mind, however, that thev cannot be l"wn U.ere. . au rigui. 1CI1 lie lllllSl Ol. I L'Jll. " Ull l nim "i fail "v u roast pork and pork chops any more.' the- routine of school work should if anything prove less dangerous than un too careful in their lookout for incipient cases. School work already has suf fered a considerable interruption and nothing that can be done to prevent wp"' l further interference with the schedule HAITI BOVLSTOX STKKKT IiUirJj err. huuc garden THORNDIKE (in nf r.lfo S.RRST.I10TFXS Snd fnr Circular ted M.ip. Bn 3 t f..nl!r Sui'd U tti KfqnirmnU I. if 10'. KIls n aecoont el iu rieasani locr.tioa and Armmhilitr from Evtry Pmnt" ,V. 1 1NKIKI H pAMOS, Prop. patients would ask Pr. Davis in awe-I meat and syrup for sugar, but do not strin-1; tones. The kaiser shook hands I try to find a substitute for patriotism. j wit Ii the nflice girl and, after he had left, she held out the hand and said WEAR MASKS ON TROOPSHIP. .she wouldn't wash it for a week! The I I n A T", 3 . . -- M . devotion of the people made them stand rrecauuuu MauK' Auuuenza uases io solidly behind the kaiser in this war. 50 Among 6,000 Americans. i The Ceniiain are the most quarrelsome I LONDON, Nov. 1. A transport ear liieonle in the world, the Doctor tells I Ting 0,000 American soldiers has ar- ' 1 I . T-..! l . .a T". .1 . rivco ai a nriiisu port. iMiring; ine trip there were only "0 cases of influenza re corded. One death was caused by the disease. The success achieved in combatting CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR Covered Buttons Made us, and all Germans are militarists. The average German is the most sel lish individual in the world.' He thinks of himself and his own comfort first, last and all the time. "German thrift," the keen desire to make some thing out of nothing, is only ti politi cal name for German stinginess. In tJie matter of atrocities and all t the nialadv was due, in the opinion of physicians, to the fact that every man wore a cloth mask during the voyage. There were several fatalities on the same ship during her previous'' voyage and the armv and navv oflicials here If the new schedulo to go into effect on the local street railway Sunday will enable the Twin State company to con tinue its operation throughout the win- Hairy Learnaid motored to Noithampton ter nobody ought to complain about I and West field, Mass., Saturday anv inconvenience that is caused bv I Mrs. Kllen Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. the change in time. For, regardless of W- H; T. Hunter of Boston, visited Mr. .tut ..iiTi. t . jj. .-.i.eim'11 irrrmi,!, iii.iivui the trip in their J'eo coupe. jjLipA.2 I You re verT rude," sam l'orKy rig. r, r- i i ( , , n, ( M Very rude. Let me reply, nowever, Klmer Coburn and son of Cheslet field, , 3 , , fl .,.. H.. visited dames Graves recent 1 v. f ov lul "a""1 " u "'r Ar n, , T . . ... , fast food, a splendid breakfast rood. Mrs. ( harlcs J.earnard is visiting rel-i t ... , atives in Westfiehl, Mass.. and New Hav- Ana " f ..e!IT, .,7 , ? X n. Conn. "v en, sain wiss nuin, juiuuik me i)r. Oiithouso and family of Shelbume nrher two, "what is this strange con- Falls, Mass., have been sjiending a week versation I hear?" it Hillside camp. "Ham Is good to eat," they both ex- Mrs. Annis Green and Mr. and Mrs. I claimed together. what we mav think about the road's shortcomings and the causes thereof, the fact remains that patronage. TEA KEEPS fallen off to such an extent durinsr the I past year that there have been times YOUR HAIR DARK when- it was a serious question whether operation would not be given up en- it's Grandmother's recipe to bring back tirely. And obviously, the present serv ice, inadequate as it may seem at times, is a great deal better than no service at all. ' color, youthfulness and lustre Everybody is using it again. OUCH! PAIN! RUB Tvr f n pf ic fnA with ivlmt 1 li rii fitn a1 ana.rs i.eyonu tne inn-is ot ci iiize.i fo ,,e a serioUH sUtlaf ion warfare the majoritj- of Germans in i onversntion with Dr. Davis, not only defended everything Germany did, but complained because more rigorous mea- Alterinc' Renairine PrCSSins siires were not taken. The people ap-4 1 "Q Main Street roved the submarine warfare and GERMAN EMPRESS VERY ILL. Haunted by Russian Terror, She Insists That Kaiser Abdicate. Gray hair, however handsome, denotes advancing age. We all know the ad vantages of a youthful appearance. Your hair is your charm. It makes or mars OUT RHEUMATISM ,t,,e,facT When it fades, turns gray and i'ivm Mira sru, ,l"i .iew njijuicaiious of Kaee Tea and Sulohur enhances its Stop suffering! Relief comes the mo- appearance a hundred fold. ineiit you apply old "St. Jacobs I Don't stay gray! Look young! Either Liniment." I prepare the recipe at home or get from I anv drue store a bottle of "Wveth's Rheumatism is "pain only." Sage and Sulphur Compound," which is .Not one case in fifty requires inter-Imerelv the Id-time recine imnrove.l bv nal treatment. Stop drugging! Rub the addition of other ingredients. Thou- Sunday Papers On Sale on Arrival of Paper Train at the DEPOT NEWS STAND Open .) to 12 Stop drugging the "misery right away! Apply; sooth- jsailds of folks recommend this ready-to-ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Liniment" use preparation, because it darkens the directly upon the tender spot" and re- hair beautifully, besides no one can pos ( lief comes instantly. "St. Jacobs Lini- sibly tell, as it' darkens so naturally and .inent" conquers pain. It is harmless evenly. You moisten a SDonse or soft PARIS, Nov. 1. The German empress rheumatism liniment which never dis-1 brush with it, drawing this throueh the . . .! 1 1 T . "1 - , I..... ... slanutiter of women anil children, it is very in ana wciik, according to a appoints ana cannot ourn tne skin. liair. taking one small strand ot a time. was absolute folly, if not a crime theviBernP despatch to the Petit Journal. Limber up! Stop complaining! Get a By morning the gray hair disappears; .' r ' ' . ., ' " I It is said that she is haunted by the small trial bottle of "St. Jacobs Lini- after another application or two, its said tor i.ermany to prescribe saiet mrmorv 0f tne Ku(Sian revolution and ment" at any drug store, and in just a natural color is restored and it becomes lanes for neutral vessels to use. The insists upon the abdication pf the em- moment you'll be free from rheumatic thick, glossy and lustrous, and you ap- whole world should have been declared peror. pain, soreness and stiffness. Don't suf- pear years younger. i war zone Kverv ship that sailed tor- ' Relief awaits you. "St. Jacobs Wyeth 's Sage ami Sulphur Compound should be sunk and everv "Well. Torky Pig and Brother Ba con," said Miss Ham, "you have no consideration and kindness." "We started trying to hear the news that is, I wanted to hear it," said Grandfather Porky Pig. ' "And I tried to give it to you," said Brother Bacon. y "Well, if you ean't talk about any thing more interesting than the weath er, I don't think much of your conver FHtion," said Porky Pig. "The weather is very Interesting," said Brother Bacon, squealing and twisting his little tall angrily; "It can be snowy, rainy, sunny or m.oony. That is, I believe it can be moony, al though I don't think, there is such a' word, but if there Isn't I'll make it up, for there 'is certainly weather when it's fine and when It's clear and when It's night and the moon Is shining, or gleaming or , beaming or whatever the moon does do. "So if we speak of sunny weather and rainy weather, we should speak of moony weather, too, when the moon ts out, looking down at the pig pen." "I fancy the moon has something else to look at besides pig pens," said Porky Pig, "although J am worth look ing at 1" mire and take the place that every liquor journal in the country has assigned to her, a supporter of booze ? Why did Clement come into this campaign? On his own state ment he came into it because ' Darling and Howe both favored national prohibition, and he want ed Vermont to vote against it. His supporters now say that the legis lature decides that tptestion and the governor has no voice in the matter. Another bit of camou flage. A-governor appoints many men to office, a governor signs or vetoes all bills that a legislature passes. Can a governor who en ters a campaign for the purpose of killing prohibition have no in fluence on our representatives and senators when the .question comes up in the legislature?. Republi cans of Vermont ; Many of you have fought for prohibition for years, you have nominated men for the senate and house who will vote for the amendment. Are you going to vote for a man for gover nor who will use every means in his power to. make your represen tatives change their minds and misrepresent you? I cannot con ceive how a man that wants na tional prohibition can vote for Clement. The bullfrog will swallow a piece of red flannel every time it is held up in front of him. Clem ent is Jield up to us with the Re publican tag and we are urged to take him, hook and all, because he is labelled Republican. Isn't it time for us to show our independence by voting for Mayo, who is right on all state issues and is strongly in favor of nation al prohibition? Don't join the bullfrog class on Tuesdav. VOTE FOR MAYO. O. K. HOLLISTER, Principal Goddard Seminary. who ventured within range of a Ger- a3 on his head TIia liUL-uim if lIqiiiIj 1miin.t K tKn it-rut I . i i I in mi t iu tnat i u rrrrA frtr ur'ifl1ii I iti fi 1 frli t f li 1 frttlof vanuioila Tf ia 11101 K 3 11 r 1 1,. ..-l .wit.1sv; V,.. V. n n V n o Vi n c.e. X no I rtf I nfoilr4af1 f Tha itw-vrt4- -vn si- ill t njti 1 1 1 ftmi mp m n urn iiii: nii.i u in aiiuf iiiui Hifi'9 tnK. uvrj nitiiu.i i uui tun imtu 101 mc tuiCj iniiigaiiuu J i Can't Be Answered. -Willie Mother, why does It rain? Mother To make " the grass and vegetables grow and the , strawberries you love so -well. Willie But why does It rain In the streets? " 1 and swellings. Adv. prevention of disease. TMTTBTTS'PMrVirQ TW TTTT flifTV IAW T UUlAMUHlilil Ill All Jk SEFOSMSE BKINQ EESULX3. A Delicious Drink Scott Farm BUTTER MILK Fresh' Daily at Root's Fountain