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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920.
4ft - t 7 . COUNTY VOTE IX DETAIL FOR PRESIDENT, SENATOR, CONGRESSMAN, GOVERNOR AND STATE SENATORS. . - Pres. IT. S. Senator T'ong. Gov. Co. Senators 3 rf r I'RANK K. I'.AKi;EK. 17 blank, 7-; thu RARIiER REPRESENTATIVE. (Continued from rage 1.) and counters at once began the wovk of tabulating. The result was announced about 4 o'clock, and it naturally was pleas ing to the successful candidate. Voting for the candidates for the re maining offices continued until ." o'clock. The presidential vote was counted lirst. and the result was announced at " o clock .. ,i i- .. II ((; fn- I 'nv 41M! for the i'roliibtion candidate, scntterine. S : spoiled and total, Congressional, state and county ballot and the Vote for justices of the peac were counted next and the tuial ligures were reached about U o'clock. A table ,r th,. results in winch there was mare general interest is given in im netv lt is of interest to note that the person receiving the highest vote in Hrattleboro for anv oftce was James liartness. rne T'iiiihlicni nominee for covernor, whose I vote was IMS.'?. Throughout the county the Republi can nominee for president and vice pres ident ran ahead of the rest of the ticket. In the count v senatorial contest I.. Dunham of I'.rattleboro and! l)r. F. L. Osg ood of Haxtons River, the two successful candidates, ran fairly even, but Mr. Dunham had a slight lead, the vote being Vi.17 to .",)1.". In Rock ingham, however, Mr. Dunham was cut .'10 votes, wliich may have been due to a little feeling toward Brattleboro because this town did not cast a larger vote for V.ellows Falls nominee. M. .1. (Jranlield. in the September primary. Harry B. Ilaus of Hrattleboro, Democratic nomi nee for senator, ran well ahead of the l'.dlows Falls nominee. M. .1. Grandfield, in HrattlelMiro, the vote being to Attorney Harold E. Whitney of P.rat tleboro was unopposed for state's at torney. His vote in the county was as follows:' Athens, H!) ; Hrattleboro, 1. !M: Hrookliue. "S ; Dover, 72: Dummer jt'm. 107: (Jrafton. 13-; Jnilford. 113; Halifax. il : .lasnaica. 1! : London dei . v, ltS; Marlboro, "4 ; Newfine, lt',7; l'utney, l!41 : Rockingham, l.l.'iO; Som erset, '2U ; Stratton, 1H; Townshend, 11(1."); Vernon. 7'.: Wardsboro, 'X : West minster, 2'2; AVhitinghani. 1;V2: WU niington, 244; Windham, 7!. Total, The vote for Hrattleboro justices of the eace, which was a ticket of 1 agreed upon by the two parties anil con taining 10 Republicans and five Demo crats, follows: Charles A. Hoyden (D). 1.N02; Neil D. Clawson (R. 1.S7S: William Ii. Daley (It), l.Stil; Sanford A. Daniels R. 1.S40; Edgar II. Dav enport I). 1.74."; J. Gray Estey ( R), 1.S7C. ; C. Menzies Miller (It), 1.747; Harrv H. Haus (D, 1.7S0; Carl S. Hopkins (It). 2.001; Daniel F. Riley (I). 1,7.".".: Anthony F. Schwenk (It), l.ssi; Wil'iam A. Shumway (D). 1. (2: Frank D. E. Stowe (It). l.S4i; F.lea.er E. Waterman (It). 1,S2 ; liar old E. Whitney (lt, l.Sti'.). 55 x - 2 , te 5: c sB ? -5 ec c i - i S I1 - . - J: w, - w ii Ul " - c; i c w i i Athens 3S 42 ; 11 42 5 30 30 4 4, Hrattleboro... 202(1 413 2113 2.12 VMY.l 4(il 21S3 230 1074 1004 372 200 Riookline 42 4 40 ." 3S (1 30 4 3S 30 4 4 Dover S2 7 70 11 72 0 72 7 72 7.1 (5 10 Dutnmerston .. 121 24 127 31 120 20 12." 2(5 114 107 1 0 Grafton 12S S 140 0 130 S 135 0, 134 134 5 5 Guilford 124 33 12S 20 115 20 110 32 100 104 20 27 Halifax . . 05 23 OS , 22 00 25 00 18 01 04 IS IS Jamaica 114 13 117 2 107 20 112 0 113 115 S 0 Londonderry .. 200 21 214 20 214 10 205 10 108 ISO 12 12 Marlboro 50 3 00 1 55 4 50 2 50 55 1 1 Newfane 177 13 175 13 103 4 110 4. 1(18 105 12 11 Putnev 255 30 253 30 250 20 200 27 251 255 25 22 Rockingham .. 1044 372 1050 333 1043 350 1125 250 1104 1104 201 274 Somerset 20 5 20 5 . 20 5 20 5 20 20 5 5 Stratton ...... 13 0 14 0 13 0 11 0 12 10 0 0 Townshend ... 208 21 224 12 214 13 214 13 222 200 7 8 Vernon 70 20 84 14 84 12 81 11 77 80 13 11 Wardsboro ... 00 14 00 14 87 10 104 0 02 01 11 10 Westminster .. 205 30 203 28 271 32 280 23 274 271 10 10 Whitingham .. 148 104 140 104 130 103 147 107 140 130 00 05 Wilmington . . . 225 07 247 70 242 80 240 ( 245 230 01 61 Windham 82 10 00 0 82 8 70 7 75 75 0 7 Totals ... 5044 1201582)1010 5415 1202 5840 873 5657 5015 061 000 A SEASONABLE SALE OF tin w inter 711 m. ercnu ndise RETURNS DISPLAYED BY THE REFORMER Associated Press Bulletins Shown in Twfn State Window Also Fur nished by Western I'nion. Elections returns were received at The Reformer office over the Associated Press wire direct to the office. Returns also were gathered by the Western Union Telegraph Co. and were furnished by the c mpany to the Masons at Masonic tem ple, the Vermont Wheel club at the club rooms, and to a gathering of Raptists in the Raptist church. Through the courtesy of the Twin State Gas & Electric Co., The Reformer dis played bulletins in the company's front window for the public to read, and while the night was very stormy a good sized company remained around the front en trance until about 1.30 this morning. Many telephone calls were received and answered at The Reformer office, some of them being from out of town, and a num ber of calls came in after midnight. NORTHFIELD, MASS. THOMPSON TOOK THIS TOWN. WILSON NOT AFFECTED. Health Saane After Election Has Not Congratulated Hardin;. WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. The Re publican landslide in the solemn refer endum on the league of nations has had no apparent effect upon President Wil son's health, according to Rear Admiral Grayson, his physician. Dr. Grayson said he found the President unaffected by the result after spending a good night. The President, it was said, at the White House did not vary from his usual routine. White House officers were not pre pared to say whether the President would send a message of congratulation to Sen ator Harding. They did not exiect him to have any comment to make on the election at this time. AT LOWERED PRICES To Give Our Customers What They Want When They Want It At a New and Better Standard of Values Smart New Models Just Arrived Warner Carried Every Other Town and Got Rig Vote in Orange. Charles S. Warner of Northh'eld. Re publican, was handsomely elected to the legislature in the Fourth representative district, defeating George L. Thompson who ran as an independent candidate Mr. Thompson carried Northtield 208 to 221, but every other town in the district went for Mr. Warner. Orange gave the Republican candidate the very compli mentary endorsement of 1,408 to 224 polled by the independent candidate, and New Salem was proportionally as tron? for the former, the vote there being 117 to 13 in Mr. Warner's favor. The women's vote was out strongly in many towns of the district and to judge by the results, the bulk of it was of Republican complexion. The district is heavily Republican normally, but Mr.' Warner's majority of 1.270 is a new high water mark for a G. O. I'. legisla tive candidate in that section of the county. According to careful estimates, three hours of close study wear out the body more than ten hours of hard physical ex ci tion. Dye It Right! "Diamond Dyes" Don't Risk Material in Poor Dyes that Fade or Run A MESSAGE TO ROLLIN. Cox-ey's Army Still Commanded to Keep Off the Grass. Editor of The Reformer: Please grant me space to inform mv old friend and neighbor, Rollin S. Childs. that Cox-ey's army is still ' com manded to keep off the grass." CHAS. S. CHASiS. Hrattleboro, Nov. 3. Sheep -Lined Coats Built for warmth and hard wear. Nothing in town that can touch them at the price. H.P.WeUman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-FoSter System Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions bo simple that any woman can dramond-dye a new, rich, fadeless color into worn, shabby gar ments, ' draperies, coverings, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods. liuy "Diamond Dyes" no other kind then perfect results are guaranteed even if you have never dyed before. Druggist lias color card. Adv. Have You Seen It? The Only Natural Walking Doll? Not an ordinary doll in any sense. "Billy Boy" demands' atten tion because he is so human. See the large family of unusual dolls at ELBERT SIMONS The Specialty Shop Every doll needs a bed or a carriage. We have them. 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