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   Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1922, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                                f [f 14, 1922, Entered w Meo'nitaUu matter NOT. tt, 1887, Pa., under tbi Act of March 8, 1879. In the CONEVEKY. Editor -and Owner. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One -Year Six" Monthi Three Months Single Copies No subscriptions accepted for less than three 1-Ott 6U )NEVERV od.-Q.wder THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1922. The Government on Tuesday sold -its fleet of war-built -wOOdtJH ships, the shipping board -accepting a bid of for 226 of the vessels. The. ships sold represented a cost of Unfavorable weather during Au- jrust caused a loss to Pennsylvania farmers of over bushels of corn, bushels of oats, of buckwheat, and 000 toes and fruit show a slight increase over August 1st forecast according to the report issued by the U. S, JJuceau of Agricultural Economics. -A Harrisbars special to the Phila-J- delphia Record the other alleged "Republican factions, dissatis- fied with Gtfford Pinchot and the make-up of the Republican ticket in general, have offered to fuse with the Democratic party for a- -real clean-up of conditions in Pennsylvania, but be- cause of -the lack of time intervening until the period for filing pre-emtied tickets expires- the offer likely will be rejected." represents the -progressive intelli- gence and awakening: of the American "NaSoE" What said at the York, University Law School.din- ner Feb. 4, was this: The Eighteenth Amendment required millions, of men and' women to abruptly give up habits and customs .of life arhfeh thought'.not immoral or wrong, but which on the contrary, they believed to be necessarv to their reasonable, ness, and thereby, as we all know, respect not only for'that law but for all law has been put to _ari unprecedented and demoralizing Strstrr-in our country, the end of-. -which it is difficult to" see.. __ Who can dispute one word :of the Justice's remarks? Who in honesty can deny .them in any particular? Who can find ift thoTn the shade of anything inmproper or unsound? They describe the situation fairly" and ac- curately, as it is known, to every rea- sonable -person. But since the Anti-Saloon League has undertaken to .regulate the con- duct ands speethr of of tfre" highest court, surely it has done less than "its duty iri not nominating Jus- tice Clarke's successor.' For once it acted, amazing self-restraint in not demanding of President Harding the appointment of Wayne B. Wheel- er, the league's counsel, as Associate Justice of the of the United York World. THE CROP REPORTS Crops Will Be Worth Over a Billion Dollars More Than Last Year. I From the Philadelphia Record.) .f the CANNOT BE SENT TO JAIL. Old Law Says Women Cannot Be Im- prisoned for Not Paying TaxeS. n Hollidayeburg, Blair county, Women voters out of a total of 974. have paid the school" tax assess; :i agatfist them for 1921, and now the school board- has instructed the tax collector to go after the 51 delinquents and make them settle. by the Attorney General's Depart- ment at Harrisburg women cannot be But-the collector'can levy on and sell all their personaf-property, which in- WARNING.. Lycoming Farmers Prepared to Fight Unions With OWta Weapons. Warning all unions tions that exist for the purpose of curtailment of production and 'the -ad- prices that they are fight them with their own weapons .and cause them to feel what restricting production tneanSj-the Ly- Under a recent ruling handed dosinr-coming Grange at its meeting last Thursday resolved to "limit production just as the manufac- jailed for the non-payment of taxes turer limits production when prices like the male members of not profitable." The resolutions follow: "Whereas, this is now the fourth eludes household goods, wearing ap- season" that farmers-have been pro- parel, jewelry, etc., and it is quite jducing at a-ioss, it'is natural that likely the average, woman will dig pretty deep to get the money to, pay har tax in, preference to even permit- they, should look for the cause of their nysfortune and seek a Dur- ing the season of 1918-19 when_thfi. ting an officer to make an inventory price of farm produce began to fall; of her clothing, etc. I the farmer'naturally and with good Women citizens Tvho object to" the reason expected what he had to buy piyraenTTof taxes, stating that "they- wxitrtd go to jail before -they would pay may be-spared would fall in like proportion to his selling price. In this be has been dis- appointed. After almost four years their convections. An old Eeansylvani'a law such martyrdom for of waiting for price adjust- ment of the, this year will be worth_a billion and' ,a" quarter more than last year is not necessarily -fctitrter of grattriation among the half or more than half the population that lives-in towns. It This year's important farm; crops jg. true that farmers spend the money, will be worth they take in for their crops, and it more than their value last _ year. Production forecasts announc- ed by the Department of Agriculture _ at Washington indicate this year's im- portant crops apprnx- ifnafely calculating their value on September 1st farm prices. Three cotton and exceed a billion dollars each in value, their aggregate com- prising more than one half of the val- ue of all the important crops.--------- Senator' L up. a majority of- votes g8nfronted "with the fact iv which thejtbat the. purchasing value of the dol- State legislators apparently forgot to liar he receives for what he sells isj rescind when they enfranchised the' only worth about 30 cents, when in-} women of the State and placed them! vested in laKor, coal, j on a basis of equality with and' many other commodities. This specifically states that women cannot condition is neither natural.nor logi- be imprisoned for non-payment of cal, and is caused by organization of taxes. i labor in the various trades, The Act of Assembly of April 15, .and1 manufacturers. Iri fact, "every j 1834, P. L. 509, Section 21 says: "If branch of business except ''farm'ingjaj any person shall neglect or refuse to "j organized to regulate production and i make the- amount due by i prices and by so doing to 'defeat the j him for snch tax within thirty days logical -adjustment of values. from the time of demand so made, it j of political influences! shall be the duty -of the collector. the farmer -has no hope of the mat-: sale uf the goods and chat-i "Therefore be it resolved that Ly- tels of such delinquent giving ten'coming County Pomona Grange ad- days' public ndtice .by written, or' vises farmers that their only hope'Of printed advertisements, and in case; receiving a just return for. their ef- is a favorable sign for general busi- ness when the" farmers have a great deal of money to spend. But the farmers' money is not evenly dif- if he gets high prices for his produce the cost of living in towns increases.. is to limit production, just --.is j the manufacturer limits production: when prices are not profitable. Noj other business wuld go orT producing at a loss year after year, as farmers county, "there to remain J have been doing. Let every farmer j until the amount of such tax, togeth-! consider which is his poorest paying goods and chattels sufficient to sat- isfy the..same with the costs cannot be found, such collector shall be au- thorized to take the body of "such de- linquent and convey' him to the jail But the crop report is one that all er with the costs, shall nd_ cilfc. of such crop j cured to be paid or until he shall be [25 per cerft_ during 1923, and better otherwise discharged by due -course prices are assured.- of law." "Be it further resolved, that farm-1- of us can take satisfaction in. products is large, perhaps as large thorize m most instances as lt could be with- out undu-ctepressmg winter wheat estimate is a million c Section 45 of the same law says: ers warn all unions and organisations i shall au.lthat exist for the purpose curtail- i arregt oj. imprisonment i ment of production and the advance-. of anv tax of enj. prices; JfaaLJfear are ready i person found tllem with their" own weapons T1IC -but i female inquisition to be _of_unsound When this law wa's passed women ing production means. _ -4.1. -i were riot subjected to" personal taxes, "Be it recommended" That these in winning the Senatorial nomination 000 so that the increase m the as th ,were not enfranchised citi- resolutions be "approved by the in-the Wisconsin Republican primary, estimate of all wheat is zens A woman owning property was Grange and presented before He carried every one of the seventy- two counties in the prob- ably less than a dozen precincts. In achieving this sweeping victory, the Wisconsin Senator announced his op- position and put himself in direct oonflict with the Wisconsin Anti-Sa- loon League. A Milwaukee dispatch jsays that, one of the chief elements "m LaPollette's great majority seems to have been the women vote. he the and paid taxes upon such! State Grange in December at the u bushels of spring wheat more, property_ This being the fact it was meeting in Williamsport, and than last year. This is improbable. that' an occasion would produced -before the Grange, nil TT-lnnof mnT-Cl f H O n 1 ef IfaOlf -L D of all wheat more than last year. all wheat more man last year. j arjse the tex coMector to endeavor j thus becomingTamiliar to i Europe will produce less wheat, to teke ,a woman to -aU for non.pa in th United -I-is 1QO1 t-ho nn f I i _ _ c _ 1- all grang- thah in 1921, but the decrease will ment of taxes, as the amount due! A Detroit dispatch says that wathin a year Henry Ford has accumulated more cash than probably any other man in America. To-day his cash on hand amounts to more than 000 and to. iifteen ..i ui not be a -large percentage... tt will i CQuld be secured fa seizure be easily, met by tEe increased pro- j of the pr rt ____ ._ duction of the countries that .usually Now howev women are assessed export wheat. Of course nobody the same as men wnether the own knows anything about RosaiiC It is property or not legislatoI4 not likely to send any gram to. the law SQ THE PROHIBITION POLL. but_therp_jgre vejy asr: I But One State That Desires to Keep j Prohibition As It Is: (From the New- York World.) i -C ii DfSJ IJTi J-3ULlCXi J.VFI, ACkllUJ.C positive assurances that Kussia will or refusal pay taxes, but as J-he erary Digest's Prohibition poll be- j not have to the rest of now stands this apparently can- if ore him; Director Day could not have! world for food grains. Our own m- not be done. A digest of the Penn- i reported honestly to his chief that the crease over last year is small, but syivania ]aws compiete up to 1920 '.people of New York are j which had a great crop snows no change and a supplementary I Prohibition as an indisputable i last year, expects current, data available in his special! The figures from. New York refute him. In this State voted for ____ another one as lis't of the new atts and amendments: It must be that-Mr. Day has missed million or so" just what he has in the great, or eveji'greater- _ la pro' "to old acts, passed by the Legislature; the evidence collected by the Digest, bank. Ford-says success" m ac- duoed more last spring than a year j ia shows that the act of April: which" is a pity, since it is the" only I cumulating cash in the' ago, and other exporting countries was not changed. r.....-----" J-'" last no.thing of paying off I have .Ihat there is _......____- -_ in notes and present prospect of a shortage, but i debts and building additions to the there is a probable demand for all of! THE RIGHT OF WAY. company plants, is'due entirely our surplus. __ I Motorists Who Respect Rules of modification .desire to give purchasers of: fora cars--- ine com prospect went uiT i of the Taw" of. repeal-of the amend- the best pbssible-salua. for their mon- I 000.000 bushels last month, but. while i Are on sate sine. !7nent ey and 'securing their confidence i the outlook is for a smaller crop than j If every automobile driver will ad-; Allowing whatever per centage through cheap, efficient manaee- hast year, the crop is likely to be I "ere strictly to the eode of giving the fair for possibie variation on ment I larger than the average from, 1916 to car on the right, the right-of-way, a .tfie count is still over- I 1920] crop Wii) probably coyer j many of the fatal automobile acci- i whelmingly against the Volstead law. j Prosecutipn of former State Treas-j all needs. The principal purpose_ofj_dents that shock the readers of the, In reality no Kreai variation would urer Harmon M. Kepart, now Deputy j corn fs for feed for stock, and thereTifeily papers every day can be avoid-; appear-Hkely even-in case of a refer- State Treasurer, on a charge of mis- f6re it is naturally grouped with hay ed. endum... "the balloting- has 'been demeanor in office for alleged failure i and oats. Hay will be more than This is the opinion of Dai H. uniform from beginning to keep corrector the-- account of his I Ions in excess 1921, and acting executive chairman-of the cloPely uniform through- office as prescribed by law is recom- i nearly tons above the aver- erican Automobile Association, who out the Every'section mended by Attorney General George i aKe for five years. Oats da not make '.has beefl studying driving regulationsrof the United.States shows a majority.' E. Alter in an opinion covering mat- so good a showing. The promise is for many years. for modification -Of the_Jaw, amj-oftly" ters in connection with the State i for bushels less than last. No automobile driver should .be two States, -Kansas and Treasury aucTftrhaT just and bushels less than compelled to watch both sides of the drv majorities Qf these public. A Harrisburg dispatch says: I thp average for 1916-20. But with said Mr. Lewis. "The rule Kallsas alonr preponderantly Pro- "The Attorney General announced also as a supply'of corn as we "aTe of the-coad. both in the city and in hiHtionist Oklahoma having' very that the State will take steps to recov- likely to have the stock grower will the country, is that the driver cancelled out er interest on drawn out by j not suffer particularly. has the right-of-way, and Quj of cast] Kephart for various payments and! To come back from fodder to a there should be a severe punishment Qr pef. were for enforce_ i i. w 111 v ..t..... _ v, -iii.'ijjiri VCIIL., c r c i 'J i ciliuivc- later restored by him and to obtain any leadine article of food, the prospect pfrson_who violates that rule. ment; 5WJHO 61 4 cent for eal- j for white potatoes U very much bet- The .ncreasmg-number of autorno- repeal. If the results that congest traffic m the cities Cain? Bernkopf, I nc7 Showing NEWEST Styles First DAILY Presenting a Collection You Cannot Afford to Miss New Dress Goods and Coatings Marvello Suiting in jNevay, .Brown and Black, new diagonal weave, Duvetyn finishl Herringbone Coatingq in various shades of tan. Tweed -Mixtures, in Bj-pwn. Homespun Suitings, 36 inches wide, Green, Brown, Tan, 75c yard, New WasK Goods Latest checks in Gmgharo, plain colors and .stripes. New Romper CflSfh in many patterns and colors. V-New Percales in ...laggjs assortment. Special values jn light and .dark colors at 19c Fall Hosiery and Underwear are now here in Women's Hosiers and ..Underwear. It is a good time to anticipate your, winter needs. Fall Hose in Silk and Wool Mixtures, Heather Mixtures, plain black, Cashmere and Cotton. __-... Fall Underwear in Union Suits, and separate "garments; All styles. All sizes. r Women's Clocked Wool Hose, 98c Values, 66c Fancy Mixtures in Brown and Gray Heather Wool Hose, with neat clocks in colors. All -sizes; Children's Fleeced- Union Suits, Special, 79c Light weight fleeced and ribbed Union" Suits- for children. Pure white. Just the thing for schpol wear. WOMEN'S RIBBED UNION ,SUITS, 98c -Extra and ribbed White Union Suits, high neck and long sleeves, low neck and short sleeves, or .low neck and no sleeve styles- SALE OF BLANKETS 1 Blanket prices are bound to advance, sooner or j later, so it will pay you to buy your blankets now, at our low, early-season prices. Size 72x80 in -Gray and Tan, with cplo- 1 New FALL HATS WERE RECEIVED LAST WEEK .ored borders x-80 in Gray and Tan, with col. 1__QQ ITi7O Size 50x72 in Gray, Tan and White, with ored borders Size Woolnap in Gray and White. and Wool with colored .50 Large as was our collection before, it has been i greatly. .increased within the past .week_by sur- prisingly attractive new additions. No.where within many, niany miles is there i such a splendid assortment- nor" anything- ;-rrbe'" tKe' i values we offer due to the larg-e volume we buy I for our two Fall Hats to sr-sizr Plaid Wool Blankets size 70x80 Dresses Suits Coats Let us show you the Fall Styles and_ .surprise you with our extremely low jK-jfr AjReal Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets wear out. And they never lose those good You see, they are so well made that they just but keep their "through iepeated, Every corset is guaranteed, you know, and every' one has the same wonderful standard construction that has made Warner's Rust-Proof famous. YDUT new frocks niore becbnungTY fitted over the trim, youthful- lines of a Graduate Corsetierre to fit you Free. Sl.OO to profits which might have been real- for white potatoes U very much bet- repeal ized by the Carnegie Trust Company ler than last year's crop or the aver- "lies that congest traffic in the cities from week to weekt of Carnegie, through its use'of money aKe rop from 19K, to 1920. and more to the front the therp haye been some of of the State in transactions wherein if take thr- crop at' question of right-of-way. Most cities the vanBjtv ..f-thu poll as a" test of there were delayed deposits." it is much better -than the their ordinances that I crop, of 1916 and 1917, and murh A- A- of the to and voted practicallv as did the first. stance is dted in which ]t charged Recent.ch r nn nvfnnt _ i_T_ _ i ________1 which furnished- food. -An in- REAL ESJCATE TRANSFERS. the John A. Me Sparran. Master of the poorer than the crops of ami tne "f" neht except on tfaJciffitrkry million cans of rotten State Grange, during an address at a 1919. It is a little poorer than the through boulevards, shall be effective, may be assnmenhatthere were to the government for picinic one dav las'fweeTr declared for rrop of 1920 and better than that of unfortunately it is not always Qne desjres 1921. During the war. most of .observed. There ,s always the fe low Prohibition ,t is- and that an end of the pestiferous, persistent meddline of Harrisbtoe with the" af- i the able-bodied mett of Europe were Wll.'lnf fairs of the constructive citizens of j fitting, it was of the utmost iltt, to display dnv.ng the townships-and towns of the Stabe. porunce that our -should be '.to ?how We're and reported and tax- fegest e'rop type of driver should; j tJxw, L TA be the target for everv policeman s ed beyond- rJorn witn a ever harvested was in governmeotftJ-cord. .of -redilape-abaut two years the production was "rather us, it strangles and strangles until we j frnftll. But now that all the farmers HITS WAR PROFITEERS. Legion Magazine Contrasts Sickness should be a at Front with Laxness at Home. seldom an occa-' Under the t-aptioffVf "Who tape r, those rfw pacing finally fall in death ed even then the Of the world are at work-team there The charges say further that despite_a congressional_ report! that this food was packed-knowinjily' for sale to have thus far been denied the opportunity of deciding the case. The artidp asks jus- tice was meted out to the soldiers food sellers. to who are left get a away in peace. Every turn we make "we meet salary comes from our pockets and whose -work is to tell as Health Department, the Highway the Educational Dapart- j the .Pnblic Service Commis.ioB, I ]ast }n Steijben N Y Liberty N. Miller, eb al., to M. Miller; 91 acres, _..............____ CriUctonv-- Ljbert.y W. Maneval to seconds in observing the rights of the of articles on alleged war s easy enough to pick out flaws JL Miller; 19% acres, man on" the right After you reach Exclusive of loans to the allies, the In the work that others have done, j Stick to Your Short Skirts. es hTOwnership of Tio- l vHetJth. Commissioner Copeland, of County Property j New York City, is eut gunning for the long skirt, decreed by Dame Fashion. Thomas. S. Lindsay and But he thjnks the modern ig >ss v. Bearman and wife; j healthful and a good thing for wom- 'en. Dr. Copelan.d says: R Moore and shaj, sorry" if the 1 Benson; 80 acres, j wonVan goes to the early-Victor- i ian period of the mammoth skirt. Tire Hammond WMnan of tbat period was weighted interest in j down heary and robbed of and limbs by her "When a skirt is made BO .long it drags on the ground, it must carry in- to the home dirt from the street and C. Hewitt and i some of the germs of disease." for the Gazette. for" 5ii7intalM.ee and" many .pended in purchase of materials, the R. find fault Vres, well first rticle tuberculosis, was undertaker, ftn operation for -I when .othCTB flre doine tncir Mattison and wife I 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 IM 's Department, the Fish Commfssion, the Game-Com- roiasion, the Bureaus of this, that and the other thine want us to do some- j thing than we are doing or go to or a fine. considerable physical pain for the; jj-i-A- if 1IEJI HI C UUillK V-lIdll property, men and mum- To at the little they have ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. The Anti-Saloon League, inir to speak for "the of law and expresses its delight be more than cattle in driver who forgot to consider the oth-! tions won the-arar. the article says. the county and all were tested, eT fellow's right to the right-of-way." I It then tells of a lieutenant, worn oral The Dairymen's Leajrue News' ;with fighting and who. dnrine his rest says: "This is a good sample of the _ ;period back of the lines, continued to way these drives are beinsr carried on.! Grange Exhibit at Bath Fair. make out of which 'l 5 Steuben county first requested the i The Grange Exhibit at the Steoben j ed atfourTtTTor two rifles. The State Bureaiti of AnimaLJndurtry tot County Fair this season promises to price of these rifles was deducted from il'or lc put on the drive in co-operation with be extensive, as many granges are j his pay. The article declares that of- j achieved. When you have done nothing tnrl rest. of rratipnution of from the .United on the U. S. Department of AfrricTiltore.' plannfnjr to carry off the "big prize, i fie'ers at the front --some times JR easv to speak of The livestock owners were informed The society hag so arranged the. of the The county Board of ''preminms as to make the effort worth j ment regarded property as more And to dwell all time on the Sopervinors Appropriated for'while to the various Arranges than lives. worst. Sot the work snd each member of the lone big day will be Friday, Sept. 29.] As further evidence of the strict-1 And perhaps it is proper sometimes oc-1 board tonch with the farmers'of Fair Interesting addresses ]ness of the to prop-! to find fault. matters to jerry witfc its fijrhtinp nien, the article I of campaign worked farm, will be pren. M.1IU lit: IsOLl ICt -----f-- nnt with the county Farm especially interested "in em- bravs action m battle, tomobiles not to miss the day and a year and a predict a very larjre attendance. worth for iMtional making "a enough to cavil and carp, To critirizp, scoff and For few of us evejrjmve done perfect work matter how hard we have tried; to John L. Mattison; lot, P. WTieeler ano1 wife to'; Charles A. Frisk; lot, j A, Frisk to El- dora E. Wheeler; 1 acre, VanDusen, et al., GINSENG to Nina B. Upham; lot, tl.600. B. Hoyt and wife j to F. B. Elliott; lot, B. Elliott to D. B. Hoyt fWe ire -in the markpt for j large quantities of wild and J who are I cito the case youth who, after; E.' Sr.hfnrV. of r.< tW who kn'.fe in Fort Leaven-1 A 15-cent can ofj i Middlebnry, wrr murriM of persons-i: Thp trriitrneflt flirht-lhomf M. eats with his'for men is oomparwl that iriv'Ti F. TTfwin. of rich powtrfol rinr etrmtimr to and wife; lot. Si. E. Lamb to Theresa M. Gould; lot, tlOO. M. h-usband. et to Trieresa M. Gould; lot, 11.000. Tbompoon orders for China. In order to secure' same, we are paying tremendous hieh prices. II It is to your advantage to i. write for our- price list at once or better consijrn yonr Jots to P. Snowissi; to J ELMIRA, N. Y. Ifit RT. te ot re ai cr cc A C to n< D H RJ V P bi ni B ei tr U M v V S? fiJf H   
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