Wellsboro Gazette

May 17, 1923

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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - May 17, 1923, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania MOTOR TO WILLIAMSPORT Miy- Be Sent The D. S. Andrus Co., Building is filled from base- ment to roof with .beautiful Pianos to Pay Their Taxbs. According'to signed by Gov- erifor-Pinchot week women who fail to pay 'their taxes may be sent jo jSflrfft not likfly, however, that the jafl penalty wfflever need to be enforced. Theife are comparatively iew women in Pennsylvania who are not willing to pay their taxes and cast ballot. If the law were to be strictly en- forced in every case there would be more men than women landed in jair for failure to settle their tax When Governor Finchot signed the bill permitting imprisonment of wom- en for non-payment of taxes he-made effective legislation that -was strong- ly "advocated by a large majority of the women of Pennsylvania bat that was for a time threatened with de-. feat by members of the law-making body. time after PLAYER PIANOS MANY MAKES 335 Up to DUO-ART PIANOS Up All Pianos as Represented D. S. ANDRUW 135-137 West 3rd St. HERE 63 YEARS. WOMEN MUST to Jmfi for to" They realized to make tax would force on the list of the thousands of sible voters in the big cities who do not personally pay any tax, except such as .they contribute indirectly through the landlord or the dealers who pay taxes and take that into consideration in fixing rente or prices of the articles they sell. women were__given_ the ballot and taxes were: assessed against them that it 'vsnder' the law of the State women jcould- not be imprisoned for refusal to pay. taxes although it prodded for the imprisonment of men taxables who failed to settle. Soon after the present Legislature convened a bill amending the law sV as to majce it apply to women as well as men was introduced and its strong- est supporters were the women mem- bers of the House. The measure passed the House by ,a but when it got over into the Senate, in which there are realized also that once this" cla'Ssj voters were called uppn or pay a direct tax of any kind they might begin to take an interest jn. what they for, "But under the new School Code money was needed, much more money than could be provided by the ordin- ary property tax. This at least was true of the country districts And so the tax of dadingr-a head, vt oc- cupation, tax was devised, with Phila- delphia and Pittsburgh exempt _ is operating as the law provides of Philadelphia and Pittsburg and it is the women of the farm anc of the-flmall town who will have to go Treatment of Certain Diseases By Sojourn in Huge Steel Cylinder. Treatment of certain diseases by ojourn in a huge.steel cyhnder-where he air is maintained at a pressure ibove that of the" normal atmosphere, s carried on in Kansas City, Missouri, >y a physician of .that town. His described in an article to jail if they do-not-pay The citj 4adies TieetTEave no .fear of either th jail or the tax. city man does not pay the tax or go to jail Neither does, his wife or daughter of age. -The farmer pay it So do his wife and daughter, or bo jail they go until they do or are declared paupers no representatives, it met wit-h strong opposition and a majority vote was east-against it. Later the vote was reconsidered, the bill was put through and now by New Variety of Tomatoes. new varieties of tomatoes veloped in the course of researcl work at the, Pennsylvania State Col lege agricultural school will b grown this season in every State in according to an lontrifcuted to tfte" Saturday Evening Post. "One of the most remarkable de- velopments of recent times is the thought of using, comprest air in the treatment of diseases that to an increased In Kansas City, Missouri, there is an installation of this kind that cost more than a dollars. The ap- paratus is called The Tank, and con- sists of a steel- cylindrical mclosure eighty-eight Ions and ten feet in diameter.. It is equipped with air locks, toilets', shower baths, compart equipment ments and car__________ "and IS Ujjedfor uOlh ana ua; treatments. It will accommodate sev enty-two patients at one time. Thi length of treatments varies from two to ten hours out of every t-reenty fthe air pressure var Like Afcy Other BprfMW Cavern ttte HonTe Paper "Must Go After It" Stung by a kick by a hant who does not believe in advertis- ing, "because it don't vrho com- plained becatise advertising had been accented 'from merchants in a neigh- wring-town, who did believe in ad- the editor and owner of a ive, widewaker-weekly in a neighbor- ng county printed the following edi- torial It contains so much good sense, although it trenches about that debatable ground as to when a publish- er is-justified. in carrying advertising from merchants who are in competi- tion with the local stores, that the editor of the Gazette takes pleasure in printing it "A good many very excellent peo- ple appear to hold the erroneous opin- ion that the average local weekly newspaper office owes its life and prosperity (7) solely to local patron- age. That its sole business is i- ment by Prof C. Emory Myers, the college faculty member1 .TOOTi flmifaiiMiLM V ics from five to thirty pouiins above atmospheric pressure per square inch depending tapon the disease being treated and the condition of the pa tient Sufficient air is comprest each minute to provide a complete air ex change every three and a half mm utes. "The therapeutic value of increase barometric pressure was suggested by several well-known facts Peopl suffering fropj rheumatism, neuriti and certain always worse preceding a storm when receiving the Governor's signature, it becomes a law -The New York Herald, m an edi- torial dealing .with the-passage of an old law which made it impossible to place in jail women who did not pay their taxes, -assumes that the reason for the passage of the measure was the desire, through the forcing of the payment of taxes by women, to qualify more of them as voters. The Philadelphia Kecord says that the Herald is all wrong The tax law which it is desired lo enforce against -the -women of Pensylvania who live outside of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh is the school tax law, and not the tax law providing for the pay- jnent every two years of a State or county tax, which alone is the tax that carries with it the right to vote. A. woman or a man who pays a school tax alone cansot voteZl_ "The school tax law as passed be- fore the advent of the women as a with 4he same rights' as a man provided that, in addition to the reg- ular property- tax, every citizen on the assessors' list should pay an oc-1 eupation or head tax of not less than nor more than a year purposes, college Taculiy meiuuei wiiuou uiuso _ breeding and selection resulted in the the barometric pressuie is low. uiccuuig j i pfrrvwn tiSa f nmrnpTirf development of the "Nittany' and "Matchum" varieties and the "Penn btate Earlianastrain. The first seed for these new -toma toes, noted for their ability to yield from six to eleven tons more to the acre than otner varieties, and their Soon after the storm has commenced, an the barometric pressure has in pgriplo lief_ Then it is also true that pneu monia mortality m hip-h altitudes 7a exceeds that of low altitudes Th resulting conclusion is that the plac acre tnan otner varieties, aim wmi desirable 3hape and flavor, was dis- of a patient under comprest ai by the college only a year increases the oxygenation of the body, ized sses Mor local iiuwb, serve' the- loco field exclusively, and never indulge in a policy of any sort that comes in 1 oz. or 1 ton Qae ounce of Royal Baking Powder' conflict interests "It is true that few, if any, local weeklies could exist without consider- able local support and good will, given that, it is still true that no such paper could exist, forjong, whol- ly on the local support it and that if it tfalmly depended on this, it- would 'go or struggle along as -a homble example of trust "The wrong opinion as to the busi- ness states of a local newspaper, is one of long standing It is an opin ion that has left in its wake thous- ands of throughout the cheaper baking powders when you consider the su- periority in the quality, healthfulness-and taste of food prepared with it. Made from Cream of Tartar derived from Contains No No Bitter Taste whose plants and are not worth as -much as they were twenty-five or fifty years. ag6 It is an opinion that fails to take into ac- count thousands of__newspaper employees who have spent a lifetime and have hardly made a decent living, Hugo Larsson to Anna LarsSojn, SI. K, Oakley, et al., to G, R Ackley, et al lots, N VanNess and wife to John Monro, 108 acres, Mary E Alexander to Came Gnaeil ;-t253.4 acres, ?2 without considering a surplus cam- to petency "Every local paper, whether c'es has had and the qaal- mg seed samples In addition to every State, the to- matoes will be grown this season-in Canada, Mexico, Australia and China oxydized Passes More got into the body because ous of doing so or not, must accept foreign advertising, and go out into the open field for job printing --tike of the-rhcreased oxytren tensioo pther business concern, it "It is also true that the go after' business It is 'local' only processes are increased for the reason E G Carson; 145 acres, avantis pnn pan me and samples of each of the three I of anaerobic that is, germs processes are iui n.c m the sense that it musUhave a plant that all gases are more active fiome favorably located, so as to The I be the a reasonably good r wm'-k, and then make .Ft fight needed additional support that the local territory does not volupt-r S Hill to E G Car- son, lot, George and wife, et Matt A. Bates and wife, 1 acre, John Stafford, 25 acres, Marr to Wm. F. Heyler and wife; lot, Wakley, et al., to Barney Momgan; lot, D. Kmffin and v. ifc, ct al., 'Kn'iffrn- lots. S500. Liberty twp Mase and 'Wife to Tracy E. Mase; 63 acres, A Keinwaldj et al., to Sanford E Robinson, dot, L, Hastings to Tioga County Savings Trust Co.; lot, fl E Baynes and wife to Myron Webster and wife; lot, ___ ww ically the greater the pressure of the increased oxygen spring's plant- destroying or restrictm the growth ds ma LS1Z lege at a nornmaTTSJsf covering- its or m a production expense the past, people manded more oxyge health have been de- dir- _ a ected to go to the seashore or to low JTen Per_Cent Have Cancer where Jhe barometric Ten per centTof the world's popu- s.ure ]g g.reater Now with the devel- lation is infested with some form of of this new u-ie of eompressed cancer which for centuries has jip- air ,t appears that we mav enjoy all peared in the children of every third the benefits of a chang-e in altitude generation, according to Dr. Frank VuKr__ 4 Tioga twp tJeorge and to M Bates, lot, Dailey and bus- ty ellsboro__Lydia A Boyden, Exr band to Carrie Smith, lot, of, to George W Love; lot Tloga-SP Hakes V Stafford to to Jennie M Field, ily supply That paper job, as it-actually "But to most rules there ire cx-j ceptions Theie are county completely local in their revenue, that 't 'M' are. Dr Smithies tt. theory home the boundaries of our local Thej do not accept awav from home advertising- or job printing, and al vvavs boost local interests vely Every "home within ___ temtory acfvahce subscriber re tnan a year that cancer is essentially a hereditary directors of each disease He satoT expenments have Aitmwn itceilT not. T.nans- -Even the swindler may pick his (i district mght determine I shown the disease ftself is not but he doesn't believe in "The makers Of the law, the nrem- mitted, but that the organic tissues pickrng it before it is ripe. bers the Legislature, were_controllj generation of chi dren de ed by the leaders of-fte-pohtatafinach- Kaop imperfections that ultimately ffies n PiHsBurgh -and to cancerous growth. for the LADIES VIOLATE PROHIBITION Less Than 40 Per Cent m NTew Jersey Claimed to Bf Guiltless. Go-vernor Silzer of New Jersey, created consternation at a meeting of the Federation of-Women's clubs oft home office contains a paid 'n- Every indiv dual from the home neishbgr hood is a subscriber There are no 'paper borrowers' Every local busi ness concern hberalH week in the vear piece of job printing: neertod local is bought at the church school X THE F. H. PATCHEN CO. STORfi HOURS 8 to WEDNESDAY HALF HOLIDAY 8 to 12 Coat Prices Reduced If jou aie planning a visit to Wilhamspoit, the news of ei prices on Coats may prove of particular interest foi the pi ice changes aie such that savings may be had on any selection The sale includes both Sport and Dress Coats Sizes foi Ladies', Misses' and Juniois SILK DRESSES DOWN To make zoom for the stock of Summei Di esses, pi ice'; have been loweied on all Spring Dresses, both Silks and Woolens It is a leal clearance of coiiect modes at hbeial All iu.L, pez. cent of the women r lesponded tor the chalenge, thus es tabhshing the p esumptio'n that a considerable majunty of tho_se who obcd C'. o to lsted and on rates for Every citizen is ever} for the home Where are papers The answer fancy's a Bushes Mc'it rs of it The speaker inn added How can >ou expect to t orce prohibition 01 antrv when it is not Vi ashmcton 0 of thew- repr-e- erj best families of fd at each other in 'ew courageous ones 1 thej had not MO New prices in effecTon all Suits' to e them quickly Two and three piece Suits in Ladies' and Mfsses1 sizes Come for real savings m apparel The Finest Line of Fabrics in Williamsport you come to Williamsport to shop, remember that you Will find in this store the most exclusive and best selected line of Fabrics in town. SILKS WOOLENS COTTONS LINENS Not the most satisfactory linea-shown the prices are always right We will cheerfully and promptly comply with yoSr re- quest for samples of any materials that you are specially in- terested in. the rest of the beins enforce 1 The women of 1 Thei up and lated it "Stand up, "Stand up ami and there tho and the nouiced that f claim to hem ton Sentine' are that 80 cert lied The Govvi more in prohibition hihit The great hlbition law i hibit How n lines hid awai for emorfrent _. we k none of ruir bii inswer the out "will "Bat c leant T that i led the Governor i e counted Here esitatmfrH stood up counted and an- ut 40 per cent laid uiltless The Can that "The chances cent of the 40 per then said he was in temperance than does not pro mble with the pro hat thej. do not pro y people who read a bottle of 'the rea' the cupboard when somehodv's "absolutelv ess, and vou needn't m conscience u-don t- prornhition __-etoed-_jast G Minci Pimhot h h would require owners of land i clear the along- the high o' tl1 growth excent ornamen M i ft lit trpe- The bill would re i re tie irk to he done in either I c or In the bill Governor Pin chft