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6 THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER: WEDNESDAY; J1tLyM.I 12 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Adranca, Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Waitress, Iloadley's Cafe, v " 120-tf WANTED Man. Wr. II. Vinton & Son. 120-tf WANTED Cafe. ;' Dishwasher. Iloadley's 111-tf WANTED Dishwasher. Scovell's Res taurant. H3-tf WANTED Man or woman to wash fliRlipR. Albanv Ca.fe. 120-tf WANTED Beef. hoes, calves and live XV. F. Richardson Co. 30o-tf x ' - WAN'I i.I) - I'.nv over 10 to work in phop. Rrattleboro Baking Co. 120-tf WANTED Two or three good men to cut lops. Crystal Springs Ice Co. 119-tf WANTED A boy or girl to learn to feed iob press. Vermont Printing Co. 121-tf "WANTED Second hand goods bought, sold and exchanged. G. Wr. Cushman, 01 Main St., Tel. 239. 110-124 ""WANTED One or two good men for work in and around saw mill. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 22-tf WANTED Party to take family washing. Reply giving address to Wash ing, care Reformer. 120-122 WANTED Woman for general house work. No washing or ironing. Mrs. F. B. Howard, Putney, Vt. Sfl-tf WANTED A vulcanizer. State ex perience and salary, expected. P. O. Box 149, Greenfield, Mass. 121-122 WANTED Young man to work in Bindery. No experience necessary; 48 hours a week. Good pa v. Vermont Printing Co. " 121-tf WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and pome nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. Clark, Brattleboro. 34-tf WANTED Young woman for of fice work including stenography and typewriting. Excellent opportunity for one wanting permanent position. Applv to Mr. Rice, Reformer Office. 112-tf WANTED! Down at Our Elevator Ten Men Immediately E. CROSBY" & CO. MAN WANTED For Bending room, alo men for ma chine and bench work. WHITE RIVER CHAIR CO., Brattleboro, Vt. 120-12.5 Liberty Motor Firing System Saves Gas Aids in locating motor trouble, gives more power. Use a lib erty Spark Intenstfler. Sold on a money-back guaran tee, by X. S. SAYRE Townshend, Vt. Thono Newfane 34.-31 WTNCHESTER-BRATTLEBOEO JITNEY Leaves Winchester House 8 a. m., 1.13 p. m. Leaves Mann's Store (Hinsdale) 8.30 a. m., 1.55 p. m. Eeturn Trips Leaves Boot 'a Pharmacy 10.30 a. m, 4.30 p. m. Daily Except Sunday Thomas T. Briftan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder BIdg., Brattleboro Maple Syrup For Sale Spring Broilers dressed and delivered SCOTT FARM Tel. 227-Y Painting and Paper Hanging Write or call at L. A. MOMONEY, ' 49 Clark Avenue. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR , 159 Main Street- We Buy and Sell Diamonds All shapes 2nd kinds. GEO. L. KAYE Grand View Brattleboro, Vt FOR SALE. FOR SALE Furniture and Ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. LAST BLOCK WOOD FOR SALE. G. R. Atkins, Expressman. Tel. 604-M. .v. ' ; 116-123' FOR SALE Gas range, nearly new. J. W. Barton, 15 Manley Apts. '.,. 11G-121 FOR SALE Singer sewing machines. Geo. J. Bover, 53 Elliot St. Thone 8390 or 913 -M. 64-tf FOR SALE Thoroughbred Irish ter rier, 2 years old. David B. Houghton, Putney, Vt. Tel. 63-?. 82-tf FOR SALE New railroad watch and three second-hand "Walthams. C. L. Howe, 117 Main Street. 112-tf FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle, in first-class condition. Cheap for cash. H. E. Foster, SpofTord, X. II. 120-125' FOR SALE Dry, cle'.n spruce wood, has high heating value. Stove lengths. The Grant Granite Co. Tel. 12-W. 93-tf ""FOR SALE Wagon suitabhTfor mi lk or meat, made by Leech of Hinsdale. Can be seen at Tucker's Stable. 121-126 FOR SALE One 6-horse power Inter national gas engine with saws. In good running order. Rice Farm, Brattleboro, Vt. 85-tf FOR SALE A pair of Durham oxen, weight about 2,00. Good workers. F, D. "Winchester, Box 14, Rural 4, Brat tleboro. . 121-126 FOR SALE Ilemloak : 2x4 9 M feet; 1-inoh s. e. rough, 22 M ft.; 3-inch s. e. rough, 4 M ft. G. L. Sturtevant. Kcene. Tel. 3S0. 116-121 FOR SALE In West Brattleboro, Vt., 12-room, two-family house. Large piazza for each tenement. All in good condition-. Tel. 53""-M. 114-125 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Fords from $250 up, one with self starter. Maxwell $350. in good condition. Farker's Garage, Putney, Vt. Tel. Putney 1. 08-tf FOR SALE Clocks, watc' -s, guns, tools, sewing machines, bicyc". s, violin, mandolin, piano, victrola," machinists' tool chest full of high grade tools, auto mobile tires, etc.. etc. G. XV. Cushman. 61 Main St., Tel. 23!). 119-124' FOR SALE As I have sold my farm, I will offer for sale all my per sonal property such as household "goods, blacksmith tools, wheelwright tools, farming tools such as wagons, milk carts, plows, express wagons, steam engine, boiler, sharping, and a whole hosiery outfit consisting of 60 machines, winders, silk yarns for heels and toes and a lot of hosiery partly finished, enough to make 250 dozen" stockiTiTs today; also one four-horse dynamo. ciias. .aimer. Tel. 615. 118-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailev. 203 TUr. ber BIdg. - IDS-tf TREK EXPERT. J. J. Lvons. P. O. Box, 345, Brattleboro. Tel. 3C3-M. 113-151' CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. BaiieyOS Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. Thone 600. iirs-tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Miss Minnie A. Hamilton. Depot News stand. 116-121' BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES r0 favorable terms on sine-la or on reduced club rates. Send for book- lct. BRATTLEBORO NEWS CO. lQ6-tf DON'T LET anvone fool von. KpTI your junk to the richt dealer frPf. f,,n price and the right 6cale. Telephone connection. II. Gissen, 104 Williams St. 51-tf MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES -Write me about what m want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money savins prices Af.. n If T -r . . r. r. ..'. v. jm. ive, iuagazme specialist, South Newfane, Vt. 20S-tf TO RENT. TO RENT--Furnished room. 29 Green St-. 119-tf LOST. LOST Mondav noon Ywt u-onn TTl. stein-Friesian Association and the Rest Room a fountain pen. Finder please re turn to Reformer Office. 120-1'?1 Standing Oats READY TO HAY II. F. Weatherhead Tel. 228-M Frank A. Snow Yiolin Teacher Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions. Call. Tel. 676-J 10 Putney Road Automobile for Hire Easy Riding 7-Passenger Bniclc Car WALTER M. BOBBINS TeL 269-W FOR SALE AT ONCE My house and lot at 218 Canal St House has 14 rooms, all modern, and is in good condition. EOY MONROE -Tel. 1006-M MR. MERCHANT We are in the market for a limited amount of Spot Shrimp and Peas. DeWitt Grocery Go. Wholesalers r rf3 LMJ Lauii and Lawn flowers CHAS. F. MANN 38 Mala TeL 38. 38 Mala Aiitostrop Razors 30-Day Tree .Trial WEST TOWNSHEND. A few cases of measles have developed in this village. Mrs. E. W. Holden was with friends in Newfane Sunday. Vivian Decell is working for the C. E. Bradley corporation in Brattleboro. Miss Addie Cushrrfan of New York city was a caller at II. E. Post's Wednesday. Mrs. Aun.Carc andson, Charles, visited at the home of her son, Prentice Carr, in U'illiamsville Sunday. Mrs. Georpe- Balch and two children of New, York city are visitors at Herbert E. Post's. The Sunshine Sunday school class, with their ttacher, Mrs. C. II. Grout, took a hike over tlie hills to the old log house Thursday for a picnic. Miss Esther St rat toiv gave an interesting account of their trip at the Sunday school session Sunday. Queen Elizabeth of England was very fond, both of. receiving and giving glove as presents. Administrator's Sale The undersigned, administrator of the estate of LAURA J. WILSON, de ceased, will sell at Public Auction, on the premises lately occupied by the de ceased in the town of HALIFAX, situ ated on the Deer Tark Road, about 2 miles from Halifax Center, on Saturday, the 24th Day of July, 1920 at 10 o'clock a. m. the Real and Personal Estate of the deceased, consisting of the following: REAL ESTATE The Homestead Farm of the deceased, estimated at 120 acres, more or less, about one-third till age land, one-third pasture land and one-third wood land. PERSONAL PROPERTY Twc cows, due to freshen next fall; 10 hens 2 black and white bulls, two years old. broken to work; black bull, three years old; yearling heifer, 1400 feet of spruer boards, 1500 feet spruce and hemlock logs, farming tools and other article? too numerous to mention. TERMS MADE KNOWN AT TIME OF SALE F. IL MILLER, Administrator, A, G. Gallup, Auctioneer. FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro FURNITURE SALE Have the .., following furniture" left which I would like to dis pose of quickly. Don't bother to telephone but come in and look p,t it: Dresser and pictures. MRS. W. D. LENIHAN Abbott Apartment One Ton Auto Truck Service I am in a position to do all kinds of trucking. Special atten tion will be givea loads for Ches terfield, Spofford Lake, Keene and Westmoreland. C. M. BTJRNHAM ' ' 'Phone 79-6. H West Chesterfield, N.; H. BANJO Tenor Banjo. Mandolin Banjo, and Five-strinft Banjo Players Wanted. Beginners or advanced.',' If you want to earn some al money get in touch with mc today. I'll give you a year to pay for the finest instrument ever made and learn you to play correctly. Be a "banjo bug." It costs nothing to investigate, E. O. Cooke Prospect Court Telephone C. F. Hawkins SLATE ROOFING Chimney cleaning, roof painting and repairing. 8 Myrtle St., Brattleboro, Vt. TeL 1016-M EuOS6 IS. OLZENDAM EXPOSES GOVERNOR Makes Public Condition He ' Imposed , on Vermont ' Suffragists WANTED OPINION OF SUPREME COURT Now Ignores Decision of Federal Su preme Court : Governor Later De s nied Making Such a Condition to " Women of Vermont. BURLIXGTOX, July 21. On March 25, Mrs. Lilian II. OlzenJam had a personal interview with Governor Clem ent at his home in Montpelier. On that ocecasion the governor and the chairman of ratification of the federal suffrage amendment, discussed the op posing views of the governor and the suffragists on the question of the le gality of the legislature ratifying the suffrage amendment, the contention of the governor being that a referendum must be had. .Mrs. Olzcndam held, as the United States supreme court sub sequently decided that a referenda in the states on constitutional amend ments were illegal. This view the gov ernor disputed as he disputes it today, thus getting up his personal opinion against the opinion of the highest tri bunal in the land. In making public this interview yesterday, giving the de tails to the press for the first time, Mrs. Olzendam told tlie whole story of the conditon laid down by the governor, upon the fulfillment of which he would fall the special session for ratification. "At the end of the conversation." said Mrs. Olzendam, "I asked the governor if he had consulted the attorney-general in regard to the constitu tionality of the amendment, and he evaded a direct answer to the question, but indicated that he would ask the opinion of the attorney-general when he should next be in Montpelier. lie added that he felt that he, (the gov ?rnor), was right whoever said any thing to the contrary." "I'-; asked the governor," continued the chairman of ratification, "if there was TiflvYme whose tinion he would rake 5f respect to the - question, and he said there was. That if I would get a decision from the supreme court of Vermont favorable to the suffragists, he would call the special session. The following .day Mrs. Olzendam again visited the governor in the execu tive oflices, and again asked him to tate the condition, which he did in tht hearing of the secretary of civil and military affairs. "I will call the ses sion if the supreme court of the state derides t hat I am wrong," said the governor, and Mrs. Olzendam returned to headquarters in Burlington. "I felt that the condition imposed bv the governor was impossible of ful fillment," said Mrs. Olzendam J IV ut t determined to do all I could in the matter. I wrote to the justices of the 'supreme court and t&ld them what Clement had said, and then consulted Wir lawyer, and learned that only if a ase was brought into the court could a lecision be handed down." "It seemed advisable," continued Mrs. Olzendam. "not to make public he condition imposed by Clement, in view of the fact that such test case night some time go before the supreme ourt and publicity at the time might lw prejudicial to our cause. But I did make public the fact that the governor had put up a proposition to me making the calling of the special session con tingent upon the fulfillment of it." "It was later called to my attention in the press, I think in one of the New York papers, that Governor Clement, h.'id denied, in an interview, that he had mado any condition for calling the session. ' I have on file the letters to the justices of the supremie court and replies, and the fact that the repetition by Clement of the prefposition was made in the hearing, of his secretary, seemed to make superflous such a denial by him." Mrs. Olzendam concluded he.r state ment, to the reporter by saying: "I have decided, in view of Governor Clement's setting -so lightly aside the lecision of the United States supreme court on the legality of referenda on federal amendments, to let the public know just how the governor felt back in March. It was not so long ago that his 'principles' could have had much weight at that time. It will perhaps be a comfort to Yermonters to know that, while Governor Clement will not admit that the United States supreme' court can decide anything for Vermont along .this line, he held, at least not longer-ago than March 2tth, that the Vermont supreme court could decide -uch a question, and thatj he would abide by their decision. That the gov ernor saw fit to deny making such a proposition is an interesting side-light on the 'whole matter in view- of "the latest manifesto", of his excellency on the subject,,". - Clement Would Welcome Attack. . RUTLAND, July 21. When Gov ernor Tereival W. Clement was informed of the threat of the suffragists to at tack in the supreme rourt the validity of his veto of the Vermont presidential suffrage bill, the governor last night said very frankly that they might "go as far as they liked "land the state of Vermont would endeavor to defend itself as it hadJnJLhe past. . Direct taxation in England now amounts to over $7.'i per head of the pop ulation, as compared to less than $S in 191L ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE I will sell at public auction all the real estate and personal property belonging to 'Alice St.'ilarie Estate. Saturday, July 24, 1920 ; At 1 O'clock sharp ( .On i the premises,- situated -three-fourtha of a mile from Windham Village. : i '' .' r , . ;t ... ; . -.; t-.,; IjLEALi ESTATE-t Xine, or ten , room house,' every ''room ''furnished new; bath room, hot and cold w;ater to bathroom and kitchen; house faces the east' with a nice wide lawn; the house newly shingled, a piazza on two sides; six acres of land with a small barn that can, be used for a garage. An ideal summer .hqpje, situated among the green hills and on a It. F D. route and telephone line, and a state road running by" the house. " 'li ,; PERSONAL rROPERTy-TA'l;the fur niture, crockery, glassware used in house keeping, bed and bedding, stoves and tinware. In the furniture there are cham ber suits, tables, chairs, sofa, stands, and everything in a furnished house, v r Come early , as the Bale must begin on time. ' ' - ' ' Terms, caeh or bankable paper. EMERY A. ME LEND Y, . " Administrator. J. B. Johnson, Auctioneer. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO DEFENDANT. Alice C. Gilbert as Abenaque Machine Works, Inc. vs. Daniel A. Dory . . ... . Windham County Court ' - September Term ' 1920 The above named plaintiff having en tered in said Court -at the April, 1917, term, this action 'which is, assumpsit declaring upon the promises of defend ant to pay $406.21 for the repair of a compressor outfit and it appearing that the defendant was absent from the State of Vermont when, the writ in this action was served, and had no per sonal notice thereof, it was ordered by the Court that said cause be contin ued to the term thereof, next to be held at Newfane in said County on the sec ond Tuesday of September, 1920, and that notice of the pendency of this action be given to the said defendant by publishing this order three weeks cuccessiveh' in The -Brattle?boro Ee former the last of which , publications shall be at least twenty days before said September term of said Court.' Dated at Brattleboro in said County, this 12th da v of July. 1920. , WM. R. DALEY, CleTk. Harvey, Maurice, Whitney & -Fitts, . Plaintiff's Attorneys. ' IF WEAK, THIN OR NERVOUS DON'T WORRY Try The Bitro-Phosphate Health System $300 Guarantee. NEW YORK. If you are feeling run down, weak, nervous, tircdan-tfce-morniiiK, and Rcn erally ailing, these are the symptoms that stio;tUi wmv joji to take care o your health. Four1 persons in every ten arc needing more phosphorus in their-bodies. . When you see thin land fretful people; or those who are anaemic, Tale. frail, oft despondent or lacking in energy. .you may look for the need of -certain elements that make for a strong constitution. Some people, after relying, upon preparations composed chiefly of salts, quinine, drastic drugs, iron, calomel, cod liver oil, etc., yondv why they tind no benefit. 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It creates confi dence, forms careful financial' habits and may prove a good recommendation. In short it is a good investment. Peoples National Bank XL BRATTLEBORO, VT. Do You What right a widow has to a homestead in her deceased husband's estate when there is no will, and where debts exceed the value of " the whole property? ' ;r . .,-:' ' " ; If both parents survive a child who leaves no will, widow, husband or children, who will inherit the property of the child? I V5V If a man 'dies , leaving no-will, but leaves a. .. " widow, a nephew, and a grandchild, but ho other .kindred, who inherits the property? ' r. , , VWhat effect, -if any, k will .has' during the "Jifetime'of thejestator ! ' I "The Trust Deparment of the. Brattleboro Trust Co. offers to make your, will; and answer f these- questions. ,'; I -:;S' ''' ' " iK V ' Would it. not be wise for yoii to know what disposition would be made of your property if you died? 5 Brattleboro -.Vermont VERMONT NATIONAL BANK Accounts ; Know?