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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER:
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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
5 cents a line first insertion; centa a line each subsequent Insertion.
Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents.
WANTED.
FOR SALE.
"WANTED "Waitress, Albany y"-::trrrtJ. n. Diinton's
JJ.-X.I 1 lit W ClllU. DVVVilU
WANTED Two pin boys.
Ft. -
"WANTED Dishwasher, lloadloy 's
Cafe.
64 Elliot LAST BLOCK WOOD 1'UK saw.
74-tf G. R. Atkins, Expressman, 'lei. tu-t-M.
111-tf , FOR SALE Singer sewing macnines.
fit.n. .T Bover. 53 Elliot St. rhone WUU
C4-tf
TpI
J OK SAUfci tauoage piauis,
VANTED
& Son.
-Fireman. W. II.
112-tf I Haul Head ana warren a oiue miu.
" ' i 1 1' .H',, T)na.
WAMLU-uisnwasner. ow - ti? Thoroughbred Irish tcr,
laurant. L;. Qra David B. Houehton,
if
WANTED Dishwasher at Streeter 's putney, Vt. Tel
0fmirnTit. 104-tt ;
C3-3.
82-tf
Restaurant
FOR SALE Three Ford cars;
also
WANTED Washings to do at home ( Ltandinp gy&SB in -four different lots
Tel. 386-R.
Chas. Miner. Tel. 615.
101-tf
vv'AXTKI Beef, hops, calves and live vm si a iw srrl,, POmb white Jeer-
nnUrv. W. F. Richardson Co. 305-tf Wn i,;,,!-. o weeks old. 35c apiece. F.
1 rf . ; .,,r .-, c-t4. no.ff
v avtv.iv Second hand eoods. G. W,
Cushman, 61 Main St. Tel. 239. 113-118
' WANTED Men to work on farm near
,siWo Address Men. Reformer Office.
6 9Q.tf
Adams, Vine Street.
FOR SALE New railroaa watcri
and three second-hand altnams. .
L. Howe, 117 Main Street. lu-tr
ttr X rp t."' i Poi-noTifoTo an A hriek
!..,. nnP -R. F. Carlson Co.. Flat The Grant Granite Co.
t 109-114
FOR SALE Dry, clean spruce wood,
has high heating value Stove lengths.
xei. J.-V.
93-tf
Big ones, little ones, good ones,
poor ones . on display in my
north window.
Good Sponges from 25 cents to .
twenty dollars. The poor ones
,are merely to look at and are
not for sale. ,
AMERICAN LEGION
TO MEET IN BARRE
CHAS. F. HI ANN
38 Mala Tel. S3 38 Mala
Antoitrop Razors 30-Day Free Trial
WANTED Two more horses to pas- -c r
Chas. Miner, national gas engine
101-tf running order. Kice i-arm, j)raiiKuui.
Vt. c'ni
3
hire. Woven wire lences
Tel. 615.
WANTED Woman for general house
work. Good pay. J. E. Bushnell, !4
Elliot St.
113-tf
WANTKD Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. llarrie 15. Chase, Jirat
lflnrn. Vt.. " 113-115
voi? mat.v Some fine 2 and
months' old Red Belgian hares, price
rial, Mrs. Will Denison, Green luver.
Vt. i
100-120
FOR SALE Wagner upright piano, in
FOR SALE
Carpenters': Tools of
A All Kinds
including miter box, rabbit and com
bination planes, slater's set, two tool
chests; also books on carpentry and
the steel square.
MRS. G. A. PROUTY, 197 Elliot St.
: .ood condition, with stool, $175 ash. A
WANTED A school boy would like - v E. Goodwin, 521 Barber
work during August. Address nork," ""flUm 113-1 IS
Reformer ollice. 113-118' & s . .
WAN TED One or two good men for
work in and around saw mill. Holden &
Mart in Lumber Co. 22-tf
WANTED Board and room for
'American collide in private family. Ad
dress K. B. E., Reformer Office. 113-118'
WANTED Woman for general
housework. No-washing or ironing.
Mrs. P. B. Howard. Putney. Vt. 89-tf
FOR SALE Express harness, set of
double work harness, about 1,000 straw
berry baskets. G. J. Perkins & bon,
'phone 575-M. 103 "tf
FOR SALE Pneumatic rubber-tired
buggy, single strap harness, all in lirst
class condition. Inquire .Carl Lind, 2
Pleasant St. Tel. 4ti!l-U . n.i-no
FOR SALE Two four-drawer . f' -'cks,
rmnrtered oak filinsr cabinets. Two
WANTED Boy to work in shipping nnneled ends to match. At a I rgain
- . 1 . I 1 . . i i rs t A. C
room. .o experience necessary, uy r,r ,.P iioiifr hton &; Simonas. iut-u
1 to W. J. Mack, Vermont Printing Co.
113-tf
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE lords
from 250 uo. one with selt starter.
WANTED Girl for chamber work Maxwell $350. in good condition. Parker 8
find wait on table: woman for laundry narBPtnpv. Vt. Tel. Putney 1. f8-tf
i . t 1 TT . J. i in X. A ! A. I -
ana Kitcnen worn, xioiei yaiuasuiun,
A. Schroder. Londonderry, V t. 112-114
WANTED Two lusrli school boys or
sirls for several days canvassing work.
Inquire for Mr. Bissaillon, at the Brattle-
boro News Store mornings at 5 o clock.
113-1141
FOR SALE Almost new mowing
machine and horse rake as good as new,
both already for business, also other
tools. Inquire E. W. Sage, Townshend.
Vt 109-tf
WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and
some nice fresh cows, delivered at my
place Saturday or at the depot Monday Tel. Putney 63,3.
morning, l win pay marKet price. 11. u.
Clark. Brattleboro. 34-tf
. FOR SALE Reaper and binder,
threshing machine. 12-horse power
drafting engine. All in first class con
dition. W. B. Houghton, Putney, Vt
107-120
FOR SALE Circasion dressing table
colonial dresser, combination tabk? an I
WANTED Young woman for of- desk, library table, gas heater, start waist
flee work including stenography and box, pictures, heayy. jortieres, coucii
-tvoewritintr. Excellent omortunity for cedar chest, plant s-tand. Mrs. . D.
wu wnntiniT Tiprmancnt. rtnsition. ArT)lV 1C111 hail. Abbott APIS. ll.J-ll
" rt i I i ' . I ' '
FOR
to Mr. Rice, Reformer Office. 112-tf -
WANTED To rent for month of
'August cottage at Spofford lake for
family of sir, suitable for housekeeping.
garage desirable. Write L. R. Sims, t'.
Hastings St., Greenfield, Mass.
107-113
WANTED Chef and helper, expe
xienced in American plan . hotels, relb
able, economical, obliging. Also wait
resses, good wages, yearly positions.
Adnabrown Hotel, Springfield, v t.
10S-113
SALE One three-horse power
General Electric induction motor with
clutch pulley, sub-base, starting box
110 volts: and small screw cutting
lathe, 54-inch bed, 10-inch swing. In
quire IS Vine St. Roy B. Miner.
l12-li:
VOl! SALK Second hand goods at
, . . l..
very low prices, isicycies, gun, -ioois
automobile tires, cream separator, musi
cal instruments, clocks, watches, sewin;
machines, invalid's wheel chair, washing
machine, trunks, writing desk,- stoves, etc
G. W. Cushman, 61 Main St. .Tel. 239
113 US
Machinery Wanted
Second hand wood
working machinery.
All kinds. State price
and condition.
BOX 606
Reformer
FOR SALE A May Rose Guernsey
bull calf, eligible to registry, from a very
larjre cow, giving 50 lbs. of milk a day.
A nice individual, well marked, straight
and right, at a reasonable price. Also
3 Client er White gilts, bred to farrow in
September and bred to a registered OJ.C.
boar. Ldw. L. Welcome, West Chester
field. N. II. Tel. 74-14 103-tf
FOR SALE Increase the value of
vour dollar by buying remnants o
towelling, $1 a pound, 4 pounds for
$3.50, 5 pounds of bleached cotton for
$1.50. Percales and . ginghams. Send
for prices. It is worth your whil
Corduroys for men, boys', ladies', girls
wear, and upholstering. Braytonville
Store, North Adams, Mass., Roch A
Meunier, Prop. 109-120
B R A K EM E N
1 WANTED Yard Brakemen, Freight
Brakemen, for service at Maybrook,
N. Y. 8-hour day.
PERMANENT
POSITIONS
: Apply N, Y., N. H. & H. Co., Boom
459, South. Station, .Boston.
TO RENT.
TO RENT Furnished room, all con
venienees, 31 Green St. Tel. 576-11. 110-tf
TO RENT After July 10, the Moore
cottage on Ames Hill. Apply to J. D.
Barrows, West Brattleboro. Tel. 64-12
106-114
TO RENT On my farm, 15 minutes
walk from the car line, one 6-room cot
tage; also my farm house of 10 rooms
furnished. All modern, up-to-date, hot
and cold water and bath, also connected
with the sewer, running water. Chas.
Miner. Tel. 615. 101-tf
Second State
There August '30 "and 31 Na
tional Commander Invited.1
BURLINGTON, July 12. At a meet
ing of the state executive committee
of the American Legion, held here Sat
urday afternoon it was voted to hold
the second annual state eonventiojn,
which will meet at Barre this year on
August 30 and 31. The convention will
open on the evening of the 36th in or
der to get matters such as credentials
and committee on resolutions taken
care of before the main part of the
convention opens.
Among the speakers who are invited
to address the convention are General
Clarence R. Edwards, and Franklin
py'Olier, national commander of the
American Legion. It is expected that
representatives on the federal board of
educational training and of the war
risk insurance bureau, will be present.
IA committee consisting or Robert
W. McCuen of Vergennes and L. F,
Edgerton of Springfield were appointed
to receive all suggestions for amend
ments to the constitution and to include
them in the call for the meeting.
One Ton Auto Truck
v Service
I am In a position to do all
kinds of trucking. Special atten
tion will be given loads for Ches
terfield, Spofford Lake, Eeene
and Wsstmoreland.
C. M. BTJRNHAM
'Phone 79-6.
West Chesterfield, N. IL
DRYS WON IN BRUNSWICK.
to
Plebiscite Votes Down Proposition
License Light Beers and Wine.
ci. juiia, jn.- 15., July l-'. ihe pro
hibition majority shown in" Saturday's
plebiscite in the province of New Bruns
wick was increased bv further returns
received yesterday, the figures nearly com
plcte giving a 2 to' 1 victory for the drys
On the question of retaining the presen
bone dry prohibition law, passed duriii
the war, the vote was: For prohibition
!41,4i0; against 20,796.
The proposal to introduce licenses to
permit the sale of beer and wine was de
feated by a vote of 36,374 to ,23,093.
WTNCItESTER-ERATTLEBOEO
JITNEY
Leaves Winchester House 8 a. m., 1.13
p. m.
Leaves Mann's Store (Hinsdale) 8.30
a. m., 1.55 p. m.
( Return Trips
Leaves Root's Pharmacy lu.u a.
4.30 p. m,
Daily Except Sunday
m.
Automobile Service
TOWNSHEND TO BRATTLEBORO
AITD RETURN
ltTrip 2d Trip
Leave . m p. m.
Townshend, Chase'i Storo. 6.30 11.3
Newfane Inn. i 6.45 11.50
Williamsville Station, i 7.05 12.05
West Dummerston Store, 7.20 1X20
Arrive Brattleboro, 7.40 12.40
Leave
Brattleboro, Root' Pharmacy. . 9.40 3.45
West Dutnmernton Store, 10.00 4.05
Williamsville Station, , 10.1S 4.20
Newfane Inn, 10.30 4.40
Arrive Townshend. 10.4S 5.00
Order book at Root's Pharmacy, Brattleboro.
X. S. SAYRE,
Towntiend, Vt.
none Bewfane 34-31.
Thomas T. Brittan
Fire Accident
Insurance
Liability Life
Wilder BIdg., Brattleboro
HELD OFFICE 71 YEARS.
Elected
Fire
Physician, 103, Again
Company Treasurer.
WEST CHESTER, Pa., July 12. Dr.
Jesse C. Green, 103 years old, lias been
reelected treasurer of the First West
Chester Fire company by a unanimous
vote.
lie lias been treasurer for 71 years con
ccutively, this making' his 7'2d year in" the
ofike. During all that time his accounts
mve been found correct to the cent and
ho has never been opposed at an elec
tion.
LOST.
LOST On Canal or Maple street, pair
cut nippers, Cheever 1S85 on handle
Will pay more than worth. Present to
mo. 1.. 2l. Anzier. . iui-ii
FOUND.
FOUND Tuesday nisrht bunch : of
keys. '0vnermay have same byprdvt
iit property 3and paving for this ad
at The Keformer Office. . 109-tf
FOR SxLE
REAL ESTATE
IN NEWFANE VILLAGE
SPECIAL t NOTICES.
HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey, 208 Bar
ber Bldg 103-tf
O.
TREE EXPERT, J.
Box, 345, Brattleboro.
.1. Lyons, T.
Tel. 303-M. - .
113-151
CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailey, 208
9 to 122 to 5. Phone 006.
198-tf
Barber Bldg.
WANTED!
Down at Our Elevator
Ten Men
Immediately
E. CR0SBY"& CO.
VVe Buy and Sell Diamonds
All shapes and-kinoX
GEO. Lv-KAYE,
Grand View Brattleboro, Vermont
A FEW DATES open for cottages at
Carpenter's Point, Lake Rescue,' Ludlow,
Vt. Address Mrs. . C. Belknap, Lud
lov. Vt. 113-115
FOR SALE 'AT ONCE ;
My house and lot at 218 Canal St.
House has 14 rooms, all modern, and is
in good condition.
ROY MONROE
Tel. 1006-M '
Frank A. Snow
"Violin Teacher
Orchestra -Furnished for AH Occasions.
Call. Tel. 676-J 10 Putney Road
Automobile for Hire
Easy Riding 7-Passnger Buick Car
WALTER M. ROBBTNS '
TeL.269-W . - j -
BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most
favorable terms on single subscriptions
or on reduced club rates. Send for book
let. BRATTLEBORO NEWS CO. 196-tf
DON'T LET anyone fool you. Sell
your junk to the right dealer get full
price and the Tight scale, leiephone
connection. M. Gissen, 104 Williams St.
51-tf
MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES
Write me about what magazines you
want, for the coming year. I can get
them for you at .money saving prices.
Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist,
South Newfane, Vt. 208-tf
ADVERTISEMENTS TN .TBS .DAILY
REFORMER BRING RESULTS.
:WiDflwoi!kers1ifMe
Exceptional opportunity for a first-class
f' ?rper,man also several other experienced, men
on band saws, rip saws, Jointers and belt. Sand
ers. . !
NO SPECIAL SESSION.
(Continued from Page 1.)
1 u
tary of state, at Washington, a communi
certified copy of a res?
Convention to Be Held olution of the congress , of the United
States of America, entitled 'Joint Reso
nst '3fl"flnfl 31 Na- 1, .. . ti . : .n AtnonHmniit. to the
lunon x roiuiiif; -
Constitution, . Extending the Right of
Suffrage to Women,' with a request niai
it be submitted to the legislature of Ver
mont for such action as may be had.
I have received requests ami pcutionb
from individuals, residing both within
and without' the -state, 'asking me to call
a, special session of -the- legislature 01
Vermont, to ratify this resolution ; and
from others not to call a session lor mat.
. L 1 tlin.
purpose, ivumerous poiiiii:n.i niu vmci
nrtrnnizations have made similar requests
The importance of this-matter demands
a full presentation of the facts to the
voters o tlie state and a statement of
mv conclusions. ' '
-The constitution of Vermont' has had
the sanction of use and approval for more
than 140 years. Caretul : provision is
mnde in that constitution to insure ex
tended consideration and deliberation in
making changes allecting . its provisions
and for direct submission to the freemen
of the state. The legislature may pro
pose changes, but section 6 of chapter z
of the constitution, providing the powers
of the legislature, says : 'They shall have
no power to add to, alter, aboiisii or in-
fringe any part or mis cousuiuiwu.
'Section 67 of the same chapter de-
nl.rr-9 tVmt tb is constitution 'ought not to
Ik? violated on any pretence whatsoever.
The proposed 19th amendment to tne ieu
orfil fonstitution would in fact, if
adonted. make radical changes in the
constitution of Vermont and in our form
iif government.
'Tlio nr.iv!"ions for chanffes in the
federal constitution, to which we Ver
nionters are loyal subscribers, are in con
flict with those laid down in the consti
tution of Vermont. The federal consti
tut ion provides that proposals for change
therein shall, if favorable action is taken
thereon by the congress, be submitted to
the legislatures of the several states for
tht ir action, and the supreme court of the
United States' has in a recent decision
Hawks vs. Smith, June 1st, 1920, de-
declarod:
The referendum provisions of state
constitutions and statutes cannot be ap
plied, consistently, with the "const itu
tio-i of the United States, in the ratitica
tion or rejection of amendments to it.
'This decision leaves the people at tne
mercy of any group of men, who may
lol bv a proposal for change to the federal
coi'stitution through congress and then
through the legislatures of the states.
'in the face of this situation, I am
nsked to call the legislature of Vermont
into extraordinary session, not lor tne
purpose of debating, considering, deliber
ntirnr on the Question at issue, but witl
a maioritv of its members pledged be
for. hand and in private, as I understand
it. to ratify the proposed amendment.
"If the "people of Vermont, in accept
ing a place yn the union of states, inad
vertently lost in whole or in part the
right of self-government and conferred
it 0:1 a .legislature, there is all the more
rea on why a legislature should not pass
unojaquestion which has arisen inep
Xliif r election and upon which their con
stituents have had no opportunity to' cx
pre: s themselves.
'The people are the supreme governing
power of the state, and the legislators,
under our constitution, are their repre
sentatives and responsible to the people,
yet it is now proposed that their legisla
ture take action without the sanction of
the people and in direct invasion of their
rights.
"For this reason, I am calling to the
attention of the voters of Vermont this
all-'.inortant proposed change in our con
stitution," It may be forced upon us by
the action of other states; nevertheless
it is our duty to know what the attitude
pf our senators and representatives is
upon this subject and to elect men who
represent our wishes.
'Candidates for the legislature of 1921
should be required to declare their posi
tion on the subject without delay.
it is evident from the reading of the
constitution of Vermont that when the
framers of it accepted in 1791 a place in
the union of states they had 110 idea that
they were signing away liberties which
had been boldly proclaimed and zealously
gua 'ded up to that time. .
"We must now either remodel our own
constitution to couform with the man
date of the supreme court of the United
States, or the constitution of the United
States must be amended to provide for
a referendum to the free men of the sev
eral states before .amendments to that
constitution become elFeetive. As it
stands and is interpreted by the supreme
court today, the federal constitution
threatens the foundation of free popular
government.
"The 17th amendment, providing for a
federal income tax, was lobbied through
congress and the state legislatures by
federal agents. The 18th amendment for
federal prohibtion was forced through
congress and the state legislatures by a
powerful and irresponsible organization,
operating through paid agents with un
limited funds. It is now proposed to
force through the 19th amendment for
woman suffrage in the same manner and
also without the sanction of the free
men. 'i have been asked to overlook these
considerations as a matter of party ex
pediency, but this is a matter of prin
ciple, not expediency and the party that
invades a well-established principle of
popular government will, suffer,,, in ..the
end. i . "
"Our constitution was framed to insure
our liberties, not to proscribe them., It
means 'what it 'says The. Tightsof the
people thereunder must be maintained. I
y ill never be a party to .any proceeding
which proposes to change, tne organic Jaw
of the state Without' the consent of the
people. -,''-" r '
"I propose to go and come aS'my duty
calls me, both --within and without the
state of Vermont, and if any other state
officer sees fit, regardless of our funda
mental law and his oath to support it,
to take action contrary to the terms of
this proclamation, he will do so on his
own responsibility ancf be answerable to
the freemen of the state."
II'
The B. C. Eager place on West street
eight-room house, barn and ample
shed room. "Buildings, xn plot' of auout
one acre, 175 feet frontage on West
street. Tour large ; maple trees. Never
failing running -water. Newfane vil
lage has County . Court House, common
of four; Jicres, electric service from
Twin State Co., electric street lights
concrete sidewalks on all streets, well
equipped public library.
,
Tor further information upply to
WARD IL! EAGER, Newfane, Vt.
Special to 'Automobile
Owners
Protect yourself by joining the Auto
mobile Legal Association A. L. A.
Official Green Book Given to Members.
MR. STONE, Representative
:153 Main St. - Brattlebdro, Vt.
to own and easy to t
play a "Gibson
.ua-.wa Mandolin, Banjo
1 or Guitar is the ideal instrument for
i any one of the family. An orchestra
for beginners a real one is now
I forming, p f r Kp Prospect Court
I Join Now VUOKC Telephone 32W
Maple Syrup For Sale
Spring Broilers
dressed and delivered
SCOTT FARM
Tel. 227-Y
Work is in Brattleboro and wages good.
Address Box 606, Reformer , :
fi a
Barber Shop and Pool
Business For Sale
This is a fine chance aridbest-of bus
mess. Casn only. - write- .;.- - i
196' "'
J... II. BUCKLEY,;,
Box
. Personal Checking
Accounts .
... i
This1 'Bank;;' offers facilities fort personal, r ,
checking accounts and other. financial business. ;
' "" . , . . . .
- - We invite inquiries from" persons vishing to
' ' : !' ' -i v ',
-'-. ' - . .- ' '-' ' ' '
open checking accounts.
Peoples National Bank
k BRATTLEBORO, VT.
Do You Know?
What rights a husband has 'in -his de
ceased wife's property when there is no
will and no children?
What . rights a widow has in her de
ceased husband's property when there is
no will and no children?
The Trust Department of the Brattle
boro Trust Co. offers. to make your will
and answer these questions.
Would it not be wise for you to know
what disposition -would: be made of your,
property if you died?
Brattleboro - Ve.tmont
CAPITAL
Capital is created by, collecting small sums together
to be used to finance business undertakings.
Some are able to purchase a share or more of stock.
Others must save more slowly and for such persons the
banks are a safe depository. '
To deposit surplus funds in the banks enables them
to finance local business concerns and so helps - build a
bigger and better BRATTLEBORO.
VER MON T
NATIONAL BANK
' BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT
SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE
Lawrence Garage
.5-.-
Towhslientl, Vt.
All-kinds of automobile repairing and over-. .
hauling done in first-class shape. : )
; Standard makes and sizes of, tires and tubes
carried-ihtock, , Xubvulcahized. - ; v - r, :'
Complete tup-to-the-minute,, acetylene weld- -
'ing outfit. : , v -' ' . -
Automobile livery 'service, day or -night, con-v,;
nected. i
Call and see me. ."
F. H. LAWRENCE, Prop.
Tel. 32-16 . . . . :: - : ;
Advertising Copy, Sent: to .The Reformer Early
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