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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; WEDNESIXY, JULY 2i; 1920.
l m m Java Granulated Sugar We have just received a shipment of Java Granulated Sugar. This sugar is darker, and coarser than American Refined Sugar, but is just as good for most' purposes. While thb 1 -A 'lasts' we "are, pitering . it at . , , :; ' per pound in 5-pound lots ancl upwards DE r5i TamojiWoilet SoapV;;. . Hvhitei :Polar SoapJ laundry 10 cake . 8 cake THE ABOVE ARE GOOD VALUES W. II. MILES & SON I; it V, y 't Committemen,; ;Claim lHc; Said $l:Wss;.iEn0Ugh.v-.r 3 Wednesday M Specials orning JjQ.N'VIN'CEI) THEY selection of the chairmanship had de cided to recouiiiK'nd the selection of Mr. White for the position. After a conference between Governoi Cox. Franklin I). Koovelt and JUr. Whitet it was announced that the tenta tive dates" tor the notification of the presidential and vice1 presidential can didates, were: Governor. Cox, Saturday, August. 7, at Trail's End, the govern or fsjidnie,. and Mr Ewsev-lt,iM,orlay, August-ax ni noniCj s,z lyoe.-a ars, In accordance .with the recommenda tion of fh'e ,suh-comrnittee, tli'J' national roniiiutiye; una-HiunvnsIy, elected Gexmge If.; White- otJfl arietta, -Ov. as Hsh&ir- PILGRIMAGE TO ROCKINGHAM AUG. 1 "; i ARE GOING TO WIN Annual ; Gathering '; in - Old : Meeting House to' Be 'Addressed by Rev. C. S. Mills and Prof. J .A. Tufts. The 11th. annual pilgrimage to the Old Rocktntrham-. Meeting House at Rockingham will occur Sunday,'Aug. 1, at i p. .in. Two prominent speakers have been engaged, Rev. Charles S. Mills of Montclair, N. J., and Prof James A. Tufts of rhillips Exeter acad- eniv. This is an occasion of special im portance to people .within a radius of 50 milesj and the : program! always in cludes widely-known speakers. There is always a large delegation present Confident -Country Will Approve Their Break from Wilson Republicans Will Look Un Cox's Record On the Liquor Question Bv DAVID LAWRENCE. Special Despatch Reformer Large Cake Fcls White Soap : . 8 Swift's Sunbrite Cleanser 5 Extra Good Brooms, plain or bamboo handles, Lutz & Schram Chili Sauce 25 Try One Pound of Our Special Coffee, only 50 Try One of Our Special Cakes 18 OUR CONFECTIONERY SUGAR " HAS ARRIVED WE PAY CASH FOR FRESH EGGS " Wilder Farm Products Co. Lawrence Garage Townsliend, Vt. All kinds of automobile repairing and over hauling done in first-class shape. . Standard makes and sizes of tires and tubes carried in stock. Tubes vulcanized. c Complete "up-to-the-minute" acetylene weld ing outfit. Automobile livery service, day or night, con nected. V; dA-jJa&itf Call and see me. F. H. LAWRENCE, Prop. Tel. 32-16 to The Copvright 1H20) mininru n .Inlv 21. This is a miniature Convention and not merely a meeting of the Democratic national com mittee; . For there are 106 members of the committee instead of 53, the women holding equal rank as the representa tives of their respective states and terri tories and the atmosphere here is one not unlike a 'national convention, for in the first place there has been a contest over the selection of a national man . 1m tended to bring to the surface ih nrmiments for ana agami the Wilson regime whtcli ciremaieu the convention floor and in the lobbies in San Francisco and there is moreoer n,it:tnpv and a determined air whi may surprise Republicans when they en ,.Vtr !f for inuniestionably the major- i r.f ih Democratic leaders are hon- Imt thev are coing to win with Lox from this section. Little Benny's Note Book By LEE PAPE. good is it -with nobody drownding in I! is a ox u mi, aim uii with all that distance to wawk back. bleeve 111 go and set on my fruut steps agen. COX MAY VISIT VERMONT. Mayor Jackson of .Burlington . Wants .lEro. TTp Cutj fiown publicn'yote Vv : BURdlikoTOX, July-' 21.' ayof J. JfylniCs Jackson .stated last.veiing that unsV tJiere- .yra,-8 . ehange in pfes- enf udans of, (iov. Jam'tfs.-AE. Cix, Denio- crtiei:. iionijliec? Jtor :.ine. preeiuncy, voidd . visit.1 Verintjnt luring the. coming cairtpaign. . W rule.,,at ban x raticico. Mayor Jackson became quite., intimate with. Attorney' r Moore,' manager of the Cox camoain, who told the mayor that he .wouldtbtinsr 31r. Cox to Vermont. lie wished to do lihis for the purpose of attempting to cut down the Republican majoritv in Vermont and thought that considerable benefit could be derived .through" thpYtjrrnonters who -would in fluence others. ' "Mayor Jackson said that nothing "definite had been decided on as to how many stops would be made in the. state as Governor Cox had been nominated only a short time when the conversation took place. lie thought the chances were very good of a visit from the head of the party, however, and said that he would do anything in his power to bring it about. HUNTRESS-ADAMS C Columbia I Records : - r0R A LIFETIME OF MUSICAL HAPPINESS ' Throuch niany years the gift of a, selection of Columbia Rec ords gives nnfailing joy to every member of the family. No other gift so frequently and pleasantly recalls the giver. AUGUST COLUMBIA RECORDS include popular summer dance music by Art Hickman's and other high class orchestras, fox trots, waltzes, one steps, medleys, popular son records, foreign selections, violin solos; music by bands of worldwide reputation, old-time music,' folk"' songs, plantation mu sic, children's music, religious selections, national forum records including Harding and Coolidge oratory all by exclusive Columbia artists.- - " . CZATONOLAS SOLD ON EASY TERMS 1 ' H it i it n v i. w. It : i! il !i A HECK OF A LIFE. A Flay. 8cene, boy on his frunt steps. Boy. 1 wonder ware all the fellows are? G. this is a heck of a lire. 1 There is no doubt of the confidence of bleeve Id like to do umthing famous Democrats gathered here, out wneiner u, is going to be vindicated on election day is another question, but admittedly the IPiiflers think their chances nave mi the Inst three months from an almost boneless outlook to a good chance. The nomination of Harding at Chicago and Cox at San Francisco are the sTde reasons for the change from rlonair to honef ulness. The Democratic leaders say the country was impatient for a chance from the Wilson adintinstra lion and that the Democratic convention satisfied that craving by selecting a man who will select a new cabinet and give the country a new deal, but mostly the Democrats who are going out to wa gl and get my'pickture in ail the papers. O well, theres no time like the pres ent, I bleeve 111 stop a runaway horse. Aek.2 Scene. 4 miles away. I Joy, 1 bin looking for a hour now, and 1 havetit even saw a horse try to run away. I hayent even saw one looking as if it wunted to.' This i a heck of a liie.vf' bleeve 111 change my mind and earrv a. lady down a ladder out of a house, on tire. ! Ack 3 Scene S miles away. Boy. This is a 'lie'ck of a life. My feets tired wavvking and even, if I did find a liuse on the there mito not be the campaign in 4S states point to the cny lady in it, and even if there was Republican 'nominee as one of their chief ware, would I get -.tlm ladder f I Weev e assets. . It was somewhat amtiaing to setr 111 change ' ray wind' agen a'rid' resctie IZ THE GEE WH Electric Fan , $10 Other sizes at other prices $6.50 to $60 HORTON D. WALKER MONEY TALKS! TEN DOLLARS placed, with us will TALK LOUDER, financially, than . it has been in the habit of doing heretofore it will talk .in terms of SIX PER CENT! ' ' To out knowledge, no other concern in the country is allowing and pay ing 6 per cent interest on every 110.00 payment received, as do we by our Partial-Payment-Plan. We invite all to try this unusual method of saving money. It means cash in your pockets! The hundreds who have already availed themselves of this opportunity,, testify to its advantages. THIRTY-FOUR YEARS WITHOUT LOSS TO ANY INVESTOR means a lot to us. It should mean considerable to you! . Write ;or call for free booklet regarding this Partial-Payment -Plan. VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST CO. F. B. PUTNAM, Sales Manager BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT . (Thirty-four years without loss to any investor.) -We Teach Your Dollars to Have More Sense - - the committeemen from far away agri cultural states looking up llarding's rec ord. This visit, to Ohio gave tliem a chance to verify rumors which they had heard concerning Senator Harding's stand on public-' questions. For instance, Sam Kansas a ttate which has had a pricv anee against tne uson auuiunsuauuii or fixiiiff the price of wheat and not nx- ng the price of cotton, discovered amid great tflee that arren Harding had made a speech in the senate when lie voted for the food control act, declaring n effect that a dollar was enough for a bushel of wheat. This speech TO jiiynted and sent broadcast .y3RepJi$(pon- ents of Senator Harding m the presiden- ial primary campaign this year in which Harding ran behind ood, Ijowden and Johnson, The Democrats collected am munition-eagerly. Another, committee man discovered that there had been a divorce m the Harding family which would offset in his judgment any hesi tanev on the part of women voters to cast their ballots ' for Governor Cox, whose divorce suit- had beeu discussed from political viewpoints at San Fran cisco and had. been mentioned as a pos sible .-weapon by Republican party . work ers m the.preeincts where word ot moutn argument is supreme Another committeeman had a copy of Senator Harding's record of attendance at the sessions of the senate which tended to -show that the Ohio" senator was absent a good deal. Of course the value of this argument may be questioned tor a great many people who don t think the talk- tests of the senate are worth attending anyway, miy'argue that the Ohio senator showed rare judgment by staying away. Before the week is over the Republican i executive committee and the Republican hosts will come here en route to Marion. 30 miles away, 'where the notification of Senator Harding will be held on Thurs day. The Republicans will dig into Gov ernor Cox 7s record and make use of their; presence in Ohio to follow out the real j facts about the governors attitude on the liquor question, which will such a vital factor in Democratic strength in the populous, ,eaVrn states. Already one hears suggestions that the governor Lifted eofriaiderably on the liquor issue and of. course if his record is vulnerable, the country will hear about it through the Repubfk-ah ammunition gatherers. Ohio.i cefainly the political center of the country, lull of politicians, commit teemen and committeewomen, office-seek ers, would-be speakers, correspondents andjthe usual caravan which follows in the wake of presidential nominees. ;:. H i - ; : : i CONGRESSMAN WHITE vl CHOSEN CHAIRMAN a muu trum arownumg. Ack, 4 Scene, 12 miles away. Boy. Well, heers . a river, CANADIAN NATIONAL GRAND TRUNK NEW SERVICE ACROSS CANADA ,?flV .- Effective June 27th. 1920, the Canadian National and Grand Trunk Railways will inaugurate a new transcontinental service on the follovrinjt r",l schedules: BOSTON MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANCOUVER PRINCE RUPETR BOSTON MONTREAL OTTAWA WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANcbuVERPRINCE . 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VTncxccllcd Equipment, Including Observation Cars. Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, Tourist and Colonist Cars and Most Modern Coach es ... For Ail information. Fares and Sleeping Car Reservations, Apply to , . - . W. R. EASTMAN, General Agent. Passenger Dept., Room 510, Old South Bldg., 291 Washington St., Boston, 9, Mass. He Will Conduct Fight for Cox For ' mal Notification to Be Given August 7. COLTMBUS, Julv 21. The nomina tion of Congressman George II. White, of "Marietta, O.. as" chairman I .f the lenwcratic national - committee and manager . of -Governor Cox s eampaign was-forecast here late yesterday', when Mr. White announced he had been elec ted as the Ohio member of the commit tee to sueceed ,Edniuiid ,. M, .Moore of Yonr'stowrr."i " ' '' - - GntWiior -TaVcf nYniormrert that OllI Gr ihe i but watl ' - " ! H T ' jj o .O0 '-lri '-. ' ill I V ..vt -"'" ft SQ-f v : , -58 mf: -- '''l. M-ft;r , . ?rmm mm m " , 'ir -.-:J:i T. 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