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Helen H.G. Harrisonburg, Va  DAILY NEWS RECORD, HARR PAGE TWO  ASKS VOTE FOR FOR WOMEN THINKS PARTY WRONG NOT TO FAVOR IT NOW  Mr. Editor I note what you say this morning as to Senator Conrad;s position on the Federal amendment granting woman suffrage.
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Helen H.G. Harrisonburg, Va   
I think myself that it would have been better to postpone this question to the regular session when the question might have been discussed before the voters by candidates for legislative honors, than to have prec pitated its consideration at this special session, called for a particular purpose.
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PAGE TWO DAILY NEWS RECORD, HARR[ISONBURG] 
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ASKS VOTES FOR FOR WOMEN; THINKS PARTY WRONG NOT TO FAVOR IT NOW   
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Mr. Editor:
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I note what you say this morning as to Senator Conrad's position on the Federal amendment granting woman suffrage.
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I think myself that it would have been better to postpone this question to the regular session when the question might have been discussed before the voters by candidates for legislative honors, than to have prec[i]pitated its consideration at this special session, called for a particular purpose.
 
So far as I am personally concerned it makes little difference. I had long since settled the question in my own mind favorable to giving our mothers, our wives and our daughters the same political priviliges we enjoy. I have no doubt but that they are just as well qualified to exercise this function of government as are the male members of our population. I remember the glorious record of the women of the South, with what devotion they suffered and toiled, and the sacrifices they made for their country and their loved ones. If that had been forgotten, the record made by the women of our land in the recent world's war would be enough.
 
So far as I am personally concerned it makes little difference. I had long since settled the question in my own mind favorable to giving our mothers, our wives and our daughters the same political priviliges we enjoy. I have no doubt but that they are just as well qualified to exercise this function of government as are the male members of our population. I remember the glorious record of the women of the South, with what devotion they suffered and toiled, and the sacrifices they made for their country and their loved ones. If that had been forgotten, the record made by the women of our land in the recent world's war would be enough.
 
Already, women have the right to vote in almost half the states of the Union. If I am correctly informed they will have the right to vote for president a year hence in twenty states. Why not let our Virginia women have the same privilege enjoyed by those of other states?
 
Already, women have the right to vote in almost half the states of the Union. If I am correctly informed they will have the right to vote for president a year hence in twenty states. Why not let our Virginia women have the same privilege enjoyed by those of other states?
The adoption of the Federal amendment by the necessary three-fourths of the states in the near future is inevitable. Why not recognize this fact and divest ourselves of our political prejudices and our pre-conceived notions? Why not join the procession and help to make unanimous the political equality of women, and recognize them as folks--our equal in every respect? in our inmost hearts we know that in most they are our superiors. I hope the Democratic convention next Saturday will not allow the Republicans to put our party at a disadvantage on this live question of the day.  Respectfully Geo. B. Keezell September 2, 1919
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The adoption of the Federal amendment by the necessary three-fourths of the states in the near future is inevitable. Why not recognize this fact and divest ourselves of our political prejudices and our pre-conceived notions? Why not join the procession and help to make unanimous the political equality of women, and recognize them as folks--our equal in every respect? in our inmost hearts we know that in most they are our superiors. I hope the Democratic convention next Saturday will not allow the Republicans to put our party at a disadvantage on this live question of the day.   
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Respectfully, Geo. B. Keezell. September 2, 1919.
  
THIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH  And Escaped an Operation by Taking Lydia E. Pinkman's Vegetable Compound Hazelhurst, Ga. [picture face of a woman]" I have used your remedies for only ten months, and they saved me from an operation. Before I took Lydia e. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was so ill from a female trouble that I was forced to stay in bed for a week at a time with weakness and pain, but your medicine has done do much for me that I am recommending it to all suffering women. It certainly is a great medicine and is a sure road to health for women. You may publish this letter if you like/" Mrs. W.C. LITTLE, R.F.D.A Hazelhurst, Ga.  Women who suffer from headaches, nervousness, backache, the blues and other symptoms of a functional derangement should give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial.
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THIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH   
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And Escaped an Operation by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
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[picture face of a woman] Hazelhurst, Ga.---" I have used your remedies for only ten months, and they saved me from an operation. Before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was so ill from a female trouble that I was forced to stay in bed for a week at a time with weakness and pain, but your medicine has done so much for me that I am recommending it to all suffering women. It certainly is a great medicine and is a sure road to health for women. You may publish this letter if you like."-- Mrs. W.C. LITTLE, R.F.D. A, Hazelhurst, Ga.  Women who suffer from headaches, nervousness, backache, the blues and other symptoms of a functional derangement should give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial.
 
For forty years it has been overcoming such ailments of women after other medicines have failed..
 
For forty years it has been overcoming such ailments of women after other medicines have failed..
If you want special suggestion in regard to your condition, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of long experience is at you service, and your letter will be held in strict confidence
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If you want special suggestions in regard to your condition, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of long experience is at you service, and your letter will be held in strict confidence
EDINBURG  Edinburg, Sept 1 Sgt. Peter Painter with his friend, Capt, C.A. Robinson, both U.S. detectives arrived from Pittsburg Saturday night for a weeks vacation as  guests of Mr. Painter's sisters, Misses Nellie and Mary Belle Painter on Pleadilla Stree.
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EDINBURG   
Dr, Kell, Mr. and Mrs. John Kell and children of Canton Ohio, were motor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson David Lemmon on Picadilla Street. Mrs. and Mrs. David N. Fadeley of Washington arrived Friday for a week end visit looking their farming interests and visiting their daughter, Mrs. Airhart and friend in Edinburg, their old home.
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Edinburg, Sept. 1---Sgt. Peter Painter with his friend, Capt, C.A. Robinson, both U.S. detectives arrived from Pittsburg Saturday night for a weeks vacation as  guests of Mr. Painter's sisters, Misses Nellie and Mary Belle Painter on Picadilla Street.
Mrs. and Mrs. Silas Branner, Mrs. S.M. Gordon and daughter, Gladys and Master Marvin, and Mr. C.E. Branner of Valley View near New Market, were motor guest Sunday at a dinner at the hoome of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Getz in the Murray apartments.
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Dr, Kell, Mr. and Mrs. John Kell and children of Canton Ohio, were motor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson David Lemmon on Picadilla Street. Mr. and Mrs. David N. Fadeley of Washington arrived Friday for a week end visit looking after their farming interests and visiting their daughter, Mrs. Airhart and friends in Edinburg, their old home.
Paul Snyder was the week-end visitor of L.T. Stoneburner of Washington, D.C.
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Mr. and Mrs. Silas Branner, Mrs. S. M. Gordon and daughter, Gladys and Master Marvin, and Mr. C.E. Branner of Valley View near New Market, were motor guests Sunday at a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Getz in the Murray apartments.
Miss Mamie Steadman, who has been attending the Normal, left yesterday for her home in Edunburg.
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Paul Snyder was the week-end visitor of L. T. Stoneburner of Washington, D.C.
Hayden the Tailor  Phone 274  OLD CLOTHES  Are more valuable than you might imagine.  To have them properly cleaned pressed and repaired means they will last longer time and we make them look like new ones.  We sterilize them too-that helps to prolong their life. Can we call for for some of your old clothes. Cleaners and Dyers for the entire family  165 N. Main Street.
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Miss Mamie Steadman, who has been attending the Normal, left yesterday for her home in Edinburg.
  
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Hayden the Tailor 
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Phone 274. 
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OLD CLOTHES 
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Are more valuable than you might imagine. 
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To have them properly cleaned pressed and repaired means they will last a longer time and we make them look like new ones. 
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We sterilize them too---that helps to prolong their life.
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Can we call for for some of your old clothes.
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Cleaners and Dyers for the entire family. 
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165 N. Main Street.
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B. NEY & SONS BIG STORE
 
THINGS WE WOULD LIKE
 
THINGS WE WOULD LIKE
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Helen H.G. Harrisonburg, Va PAGE TWO DAILY NEWS RECORD, HARR[ISONBURG] ASKS VOTES FOR FOR WOMEN; THINKS PARTY WRONG NOT TO FAVOR IT NOW Mr. Editor: I note what you say this morning as to Senator Conrad's position on the Federal amendment granting woman suffrage. I think myself that it would have been better to postpone this question to the regular session when the question might have been discussed before the voters by candidates for legislative honors, than to have prec[i]pitated its consideration at this special session, called for a particular purpose. So far as I am personally concerned it makes little difference. I had long since settled the question in my own mind favorable to giving our mothers, our wives and our daughters the same political priviliges we enjoy. I have no doubt but that they are just as well qualified to exercise this function of government as are the male members of our population. I remember the glorious record of the women of the South, with what devotion they suffered and toiled, and the sacrifices they made for their country and their loved ones. If that had been forgotten, the record made by the women of our land in the recent world's war would be enough. Already, women have the right to vote in almost half the states of the Union. If I am correctly informed they will have the right to vote for president a year hence in twenty states. Why not let our Virginia women have the same privilege enjoyed by those of other states? The adoption of the Federal amendment by the necessary three-fourths of the states in the near future is inevitable. Why not recognize this fact and divest ourselves of our political prejudices and our pre-conceived notions? Why not join the procession and help to make unanimous the political equality of women, and recognize them as folks--our equal in every respect? in our inmost hearts we know that in most they are our superiors. I hope the Democratic convention next Saturday will not allow the Republicans to put our party at a disadvantage on this live question of the day. Respectfully, Geo. B. Keezell. September 2, 1919.

THIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH And Escaped an Operation by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. [picture face of a woman] Hazelhurst, Ga.---" I have used your remedies for only ten months, and they saved me from an operation. Before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was so ill from a female trouble that I was forced to stay in bed for a week at a time with weakness and pain, but your medicine has done so much for me that I am recommending it to all suffering women. It certainly is a great medicine and is a sure road to health for women. You may publish this letter if you like."-- Mrs. W.C. LITTLE, R.F.D. A, Hazelhurst, Ga. Women who suffer from headaches, nervousness, backache, the blues and other symptoms of a functional derangement should give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For forty years it has been overcoming such ailments of women after other medicines have failed.. If you want special suggestions in regard to your condition, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of long experience is at you service, and your letter will be held in strict confidence EDINBURG Edinburg, Sept. 1---Sgt. Peter Painter with his friend, Capt, C.A. Robinson, both U.S. detectives arrived from Pittsburg Saturday night for a weeks vacation as guests of Mr. Painter's sisters, Misses Nellie and Mary Belle Painter on Picadilla Street. Dr, Kell, Mr. and Mrs. John Kell and children of Canton Ohio, were motor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson David Lemmon on Picadilla Street. Mr. and Mrs. David N. Fadeley of Washington arrived Friday for a week end visit looking after their farming interests and visiting their daughter, Mrs. Airhart and friends in Edinburg, their old home. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Branner, Mrs. S. M. Gordon and daughter, Gladys and Master Marvin, and Mr. C.E. Branner of Valley View near New Market, were motor guests Sunday at a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Getz in the Murray apartments. Paul Snyder was the week-end visitor of L. T. Stoneburner of Washington, D.C. Miss Mamie Steadman, who has been attending the Normal, left yesterday for her home in Edinburg.

Hayden the Tailor Phone 274. OLD CLOTHES Are more valuable than you might imagine. To have them properly cleaned pressed and repaired means they will last a longer time and we make them look like new ones. We sterilize them too---that helps to prolong their life. Can we call for for some of your old clothes. Cleaners and Dyers for the entire family. 165 N. Main Street.

B. NEY & SONS BIG STORE THINGS WE WOULD LIKE