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f t . I' ( V TTnBrnsHrsrH ;vorisnaaif "TUi ft .4 ' tyTj f i w if i f 1 1 n 3 ... . i i A STATEMENT OF FACT TO THE 0 1 Ml Every woman resident of the State, if she is 21 years of age or older, and has been a resident in the State one year and in a town or city at least three months prior, to election, is entitled to vote in the National and State Election, provided she has registered and her name on the check list. And Such Voting has Mottling Whatever With - Taxation. To Do The only election wherein only tax-paying residents are eligible to the ballot is Town Meet ing, held in March. Therefore, Women Voters of Vermont, do not be misled. You are entitled to the ballot in the election of November 2. You may be, but it is not necessary that yon must be a taxpayer. When you go to the polls to cast your ballot for Presidential electors and State officers have in mind that you will serve your country and State to the fullest degree possible. This you will do by voting the ticket : Id COOL1 A and the State ticket headed : T 9 L ITS2? Governor, FOOTE for All of us, Men and Women alike, desire to return to normal times of peace, with extravaganee and profligacy eliminated from the administration of government. The one hope of a return to normality ol things, with sanity prices prevailing and' hope and ambition replanted in the human heart, is found in the success of the Republican ticket National and State, - - - Let it be repeated: Voting in November does not necessitate paying any tax. Republicans Men and Women let's have an old-time inspiring vote for both National and State ticket next Tuesday. Burlington, Vt., October 22, 1920. REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE. aantiment en this question even in the more radical sections. Jwdcfnent Apparently Unbiased. The questionnaire closes with a re quest for the editor's personal opin ion en cartaJa concrete case as tol laws: - Da you pcraaaally believe that the Federal Government should own and -operate competitive industries to pre side: (a) Fertiliser! (b) Clothing! (c) Aatecaebilea! (d) Farm Imple ments! (a) ' Ieodatufla! Substantially all the editors who ffTt eatl4t3 l tadarr epia- Jons also expressed their own by re plying to this last question. Proof of considerable effort to avoid personal bias is found in the fact that in many cases the editor differed from the opinion he credited to his community The percentage of "nos" ran: (a) 76; (b) 83; (c) 88; (d) 82; (e) 79. - While the questions were based on general principles involved in the Government participating in competl tive '' business, ' the so-called Muscle Shoals Bill now before Congress wtu used as a concrete example of a Gov erameat operation scheme. Under thi nets and seTi them In competition with producers and merchants in the fer tilizer business. The sirength of the opposition te Government operation is Indicated by the replies from Alabama, where the Muscle Shoal war plant is and where, of course, there is Intense interest and local pride In getting Its expected peace-time operation under way at the earliest possible data. Fifty editors from that state replied, of whom 88 were opposed te Government opera tica, t la favor an4 a doubtful. bifida Government-owned corporation would be given broad powers to oper ate and develop Government plants and properties. It would produce at Muscle Shoals various" fertilizer prod CONTRACTOR. Brown la your son in businees? Smith He's a contractor. Brown What fine? Smith Debt J Pearson's West v f"