Wellsboro Gazette

July 05, 1923

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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1923, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOE nntDINT JVDCB HOWARD JMABSH. vj( aanounee ray for office of of the Fourth Judicial Dls- t gf th. -rinrht. of Republican votwi at to held Tueidmy. September 18. Howard F. Pa. FRANK __ Of Blouburc. Pa. I announce ray candidacy for the'office of 'President Judge of the Fourth Judicial Dis- trict of..Pennsylvania, subject-to-the'Htaeiiton'-' ot the Republican voters at. the primary elec- tion to be held Tuesday. September 18. 1928. Frank S. Hoghei. BloBiburg. FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER HARRY E. WILLARD. Of Delmar Township. 1 hereby......... office of Connty CommiBiloner. 'decision of the vpters of ____ rjomntr nt the Primary September IK 1923. Your support le'wraeftly READY TO FLY Army ;Air Service Has Tentative Route Already Planned. MONEY ALL The army air service la ready to start an" airplane, on a flight around candidacy for the j tbe world as as t1 secure enough congress to tnuke such a trip possible. Tentative plans have Already been figured, out by gov- eminent authorities. FRED G. BROWN. .Of Wellsboro, Pa. I hereby announce my .'candidacz. for ..office, of Oauntjr Gdmmtaimmer. sobjecE to the Uona] capftai wll] be at Detroit, ac- deciuon of the Republican voters aieeuan. sutigmlmi eprdmg to the prcacnt Tlie first stop of the airplane when It leaves Boiling the na- at tlie 18. 19Z3. Your-supDOrtta earnestly JAMES CRAWFORD. Sr... Of Blossburg, Pa. FYom Detroit jtlie_fllghl_wlll be re- sumed across the lower portion1 of 'Canada to Alaska T herebjf announce iny candidacy the, igjands. exact In _ ___ _ _ these regions have not been deter- Primary Septentfeer.! mined, but tbe Shortest route will be v i. m selected across the Bering sea, which 18, 1928.- Your support is earnestly HARRY C. MOORE, .Of Wellsboro. Pa. .an additional'advantage kHnxlcIng tbe {Right would be to show tbe" greif, pwwIbllUles' of further de-. velopment of the commerclul .airplane. Despite the tbe- funds, the army !s much gratified at the results acoom pllalied. thus far; the are looking to. the future and Increasing confidence. They are proud of the fact that 'only recently the army--air service broke all "air- plane speed records-when the high mark of 250 pilles an hour was reached. This flight, according to the .official report just received by Major General Patrick, was made during the flight from Noggftes. Ariz., to Fort Bliss. Tex. Lee G. Heffieriian. piloting a DH-4-B JenserF- as airplane, observer, with Serceant negotiated' the distance of 75, miles from Columbus, N. M., to Fort BUss In 18 "mlniites, an average spee.d of 250 miles The flight from Colomtins NATHAN NILES. bwnshlp. would bring the plane to Kamchatka, and In a favorable position to fly over Abject to the i the Sea of, Oabotak and Into Vtadl- decision _Democrstic voters _of TloBa, vostok. Of-course the attitude of the ered and perhaps a change .made In the plans of crossing Siberia. From-etther Vladivostok or Japan _ ___ the flight would be along the coast of decision of the voters China to Singapore, thence across the Bay of Bengal and the Dokhan of In- dia to Bombay. From this city the route already laid out: by. British mill- j I for the tary airmen would be followed. This I office of Connty Commissioner, snbject to the route would take the Americans across Mesopotamia, up the Mediterranean H94v support U earnestly Marseilles and then to Paris and FRANK E RfeiNWALD. -i London. From England to the United Of Gaines Township. States either the Azores course would I hereby announce mi candidacy for the be selected or the Greenland-Canada office of County to the decision of the Democratic of Tiogra county at- tbe Primary-Election. September 18, 1923. Your and Influence are earnestly, solicited. Of Chatham Twcnahip. I Hereby announce my candidacy for the office of. County Commissioner, subject to tile -decision of -the Republican voters of Tioga county at the Primary Election. Septem- ber 18. la earnestly oss was nittt; n n storm the ak- being -saturated sarld to the height of feet. Major Heffernan, according to his _report to General Patrick, tried to climb above the sand .nfter but was account of the velocity of the wind and the shortness of tie flight MORE THAN HALF TON OF TURTLE LANDED BY GIRL SWIFT UNDER SAIL OLD CROSSBOW SaF-LOADER eat of Clipper Ship of a Gen- Sovereign of the Seas Averaged- Hour, for Back in 1853. The.recent announcement that the the world's second largest ship and the largest flying the Amer- ican flag, on her- completion would probably break all records fir speed JacroBs the Atlantic, recalts-the.seven- tieth anniversary last .month of a rec- ord made by the great copper ship Sovereign of the the winds In the South "which1- shp made a 11 "xhrys averaging 13% knots, or 330 rrilles, every 24 hours. .________________________ British-airmen have already made fllghts.jcross Mesopotamia and to In; dia and Australia, and the trip across Atlantic has also been made by several flyers so that the only portion of the world route which has fiot set been tested. Is that "across'the Bering sea and the coast of China. j Experts estimate that the proposed trip will cover about miles, alrt Teqirire four months' tcsvei {he rn-jnjjnum. This tetter estimate FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER I hereby announce myself as a candi for the office of Register and Recordei ___ Tloga Connty subject to the. decision that It wurreqntpe tour montns' "-iant trunk turtle tipping Lhe Republican voters at the Primary election. t Vnt-tpr 2--r September 18. 1923. at tne ratnlllium- "'s mtter estimate scaies at ltlQO pounds landed_ai_Mianii. "in making this announcement, I desire to; is hased OB the recent flight from San by .jjrs gert Kelly Mrs." to Porto and return, a Kelly weigng just no maklllg having their-thiai trip which Covered 6.000 miles Jiod re- rhp a ton-tn-nne propnairinn Tha term as Reeister and I will not qujrefj a month, although the actual iTBlIva srp' from rhicurn Thp mrtlp be a candidate to succeed myself four years H m n I are Irom >vnicago. J.ne turrie hence. WILLIAM S. flying time 61 hours. _.. was-Umded-by" Mrs.-Kelly whUe fishing _ The opinion prevails th'at a speed j i_ hereby m-nnlnavv for .the: f f Ali jiomlnation for-fiBBister and Recorder 100 miles per hour can be main- the mateh its 2 to 60'miles an hour in high. Or its accusation 5 to 25 miles an hour in 7 seconds, in high. 'Or in road springs are 80 percent "of wheelbase. Orln sturdy rframe inches deep; if weighs 200 pounds moreJ6an any Or try to pass a Jewett on any hill Demonstration anytime. Dartt Carriage Hflto Co. WELLSBORO, PA. INDIAN MAIDENS HAVE OVSfN COMIfte-OUT PARTY FOR MOLES to American Museum -.'Makee Offer Anyone Bringing In Prizes Every fanner" arid commuter has a .-.chance to make- a valuable contribu- tion to science. All they have to doi. Is to know a mole's nest when they see one. The mole's nest Is wanted by the American Museum of Natural History. flapper, with her coming-out party, haa _fartnerg their planting -nothing on the American Indian .maid- j roima'ut.ers starting their regular en, whose work on iawns and gardens are Ready to Receive Proposal Afferj AJI-Night Dance.- modern "society" of his time has strcceeded in the-1 party has. been .among the tribal cus- asked to keep .their eyes open for a of his own verse: John mofe's -nest for the director of the Among the Washoe Iudiaris_of_ Ne-1 4merican Museum of Natural History, vada there Is a danca-or ceremony, he he yery glad to known as "the girl's In honor for a 200fi the young girl, who becomes eligible j mole wlth voimg. "marriage. Her white cousin, how- Jt appears thai the 1Jfe 'fi'abits.of_ ever, would hardly care to be the star Mr and Mrs xfole and the voung molos "r" nnt' fn---- Drinkwater, in the surprising position of helping Americans to understand their own srreatest-'man; Hugh Wal- pnlp anri nilhprt of to the' most en- thusiastic novel-reading pjibllc in the St. John Ervlne and Granville Bar- ker, alike in tlie ability to speak with ,s. is credited _with_ the -stagecraft of such a feast, for the guest of honor I Is allowed to eat nothing at' all for four days previous. the fourth- night tire-dance klai'ta they practice; W. L. George, whom in j at about eight o'clock, and sometimes a moment pf expansive humor some- j lasts until sunrise the following morn- one seems '1 The Indians form a dfde. Joining authority on the soul of woman; Nor- j hands, and move by 'sh scientists add students of natural his- tory. This In spite of the fact that the mole Is a most common animal.__ man Angell. following up his inter- national thesis with quiet pertinacity and with a sense that the post-war world, is somewhat too_full of cor- roborative "The English Lecturer in by S. K. in_The Magic in Eagle Feathers. in a a sort of chant without words or meaning. The girl, accompanied by an elder t woman as a sort of chaperon, and carrying a long staff to support bar because of tlie weakness induced bjr her long tn and out of the dance, joining in the step. As the dance process late into the With one exception, eagle feathers j night the fftrl'8 family give money and have been looked upon by all Indian other poseesaions to the dancers to from tbe Atlantic to the Pacific, keep them moving-and tq_lnduce oth- from the kiuit'i'o the as ers to Join the num- the most of greatest loer of dancers the greater the popu- magic potency. The exception is the larity of the family. Shortly -after .i BilfTalu Indians, alld ti-JJa- mimilgbfa-feiliiL IB glveu b> lilt! gill's relatives, and all participate. Tbe ceremony closes at sunrise when the girl Is taken to hur tepee and at- tired in bunches of sagebrush hi "which money Is concealed. She the assembled dancers outside and throws the money Exasperation. One day wfille walking home I was much annoyed to find a dog., following rne. I turUBUTWo or three'tbsftes a feel: t. coming back, sud- denly I heard soft footfalls. turned and. .said yon go Imagine my embarrass] an walking me; Or nam cent triheSr who considered the plumes road-runner, the or med- icine b.i.rd. as the most powerful and sacred. In procuring plumes for the feath- ered iiead-dresses. medicine lances, pipes and other purposes, a certain ritual was necessary and was always amid a wild scramble. A can of water' 18, 192S. Yuiii .support earnestly f and tHII be CTpreciated.' ABEL R. JOHNSON. Of Wtllsboro. t to the votersof dectflon of the Republ county at the Prlmaiy Election. 1928 Your rapport li earnerty FOR .DISTRICT ROCKWELL. Of Wellnhoro. Pa decision ofthe RemblcBn voters county at the, Primary 18, 1923... Yourj-.irrnrl Election. earnestly mlinwrt. FOB COUNTY AtTDITOR W. ,1. BATES. Of Kno1 of Connty Auditor. rappprt. IK I Must Pay School Tax. ,_JRefusal of women t-o pay school taxes has become so State-widp that many- school board? are makins in- quiries how to proceed. The Attor- ney General's office is clarify ihp yitaation by an opirnon thnt piirp.psf. It Is thnt it will nist from tn to.pnipprly equip an f nlrplunc to make the lone journey and _rppfilr stations akuie the nnjfe. There are fiiri'-is Hvailable that purpose all of ''IP for thp next floral ypnr will he to replace otisoU'tP anrl dlsT'ilpri planes, so to hf more in Its appropria- tlun for the nrrny .t'.r service next l 'VPHT thnn the last session. Impnrtanre the air- rho "f fhst possihlllty hy r 1 npproprflatlnns .irmy offirinls In rhnrpc of the air '-niKrxtef, ..liellevp fun-fls will provide'] to rnrry out the proposed and tn niake others of cqtjnl importance. Army offlriwls say tb_at H Is Very wiH the safe journey of alr- trlps It Will Be 600 Feet High, With Search- light on Top. London is soon to have an "Eiffel" treated in the Empire, Italian Renais- I tower. Ixiilt of concrete. 600 feet'high. It will be erected at Wembley, the seat of the British empire exhibition. Although falling short of the heigtlt of the Tork Hnd Kiffp! rigiilly furrowed. No blood shed in their acquisition; at un- prescribed times or not in the pre- scribed -manner being considered an act of sacrilege and rendering the feathers valueless for any purpose. The tail and wing feathers were I mostly used, bavins a" cance as well as being and more j far iceneral purposes the ICSRIT plumule. Is then dashed over her head as the concluding ceremony, after which she Is ready to receive a proposal of mar- riage. Is First Baby to Be- Christened by Radio 1'itilldlng In in Paries, the w.il! zlve visitors v i eu- nn a f'ir h'lndre'Is of miles. structure to the exhibition of tlie rouutry The Ti'U-pr silrmountp'i a so thnt it ran he si-en from the of France. Vis- itors will t.'iken up the lowt-r in a riant rotate around the exterlur nt thP rate of an hour. sanre .and Flemish manner, with straight lines, a broken frieze and a footless pediment. home" will _be situated on a wind-swept hill low. ground In the midst of a teVi miles from the station and within easy walk- ing dUstance nf" Life. Monaco Gambling MetropoJls. onHf-n. Frem-h Meillt n rnar.t. Is thp smallest indep having, an end- area vour Wrlte'r's Odd Habits. Ambrose Blerce> habit of coing abont and Betty Explains "Now. Betty." said her grandpa, try- Ing to be severe, "tell me why you didn't put that dime Into the plate at church this morning.__I like to see a little frirl elvp cheerfully and_ not let her right hand know her "left hand doetlv" "Well, nnld Retty, w very fond of Just the trouble. My right hand of only eifrht square mllesr-but 'tnlninc a of 23.000. The principality. nnci' at present, belonged to the Gri- i maldl family, hut In ISfil Prince m the gi-pater pan of France. Monaco's hereditary sovereign Is a prince, who Is assisted" -in governing by a council of state. The principal city Is Monte Carlo, famous for casino, the two others being Monaco and Conaamkte.- There You Have It. you difference be- tween :in and an of the poorer school districts of the State a head tax o fif'S in the snctHined ;y> rlali'u.-src tnakine In that direction, so t of wnr an' air least of bis A brilliant writer, sonrcwTlfft and BlnrayB caustic, he. was n cenuine personnllty He was born In Ohio, entered the' Union army, nn'l become ,ji ..dlstlp- (rulshPrt staff after the Civil ln_. London, where he was considered a Ttffnous lltemry per- putting It in and my thonjjb'i mVj' "tight hand was, Tnrt 50 tietwpwn the of them It didn't get pur- In at Transcript. said the boy; "an artist draws soniething that is, and an archi- tect draws something that Isn't." Little Winifred Coker and her moth- er, Mrs. J. BT'Cul.ei of-Atlanta, Ga. Winifred Is the first baby to be chris- tened by radio and the ceremonies took place over WSB, an Atlanta broadcasting station. GWt As the Bills Ever to tn "diueminatinx auction information U the sale bilL U tell, the public where it amy benefit on lower "uiiprecedentexJ a 'punph at the high coif of Properly printed, which good stock and expert typography, thii medium gurpalses practically any other, in that it goei right to every hearth, at such (mail Cost. Our prices are quoted from the the rair and uniform price appraiser of the businej-like printery. We wffl cheerfully co-operate with merchants on the printing of auction sale 8 5" I rtt tax "old law.Jrat. Ijprislnturp pAssed and Governor1 Experiments are now belnc made arj Fincho' ftpprovoA. a bill which forces McOook field, Dnyton, O., hy the array j OP wfirr.m to pay or po to jail. Trou-; air nervice with a view of making the Vi> ho1 Ven rtarted in many districts j cruising radlur at airplanes much vrkrrc- tv hoW the ndw act is j longer, cince tt ganerally believed and nre, tryinp txj collect. In army air" sen-Ice drcles that that taiM. ,i factor Is a one and It .thouW In fn-nTlieR this Trrenns thftt to the utmost limit. must be paid. The to Commercial Air Service ttM hit thp hardeftt are dence In Washlnjrtr.n. troduclng" was one of tlie most de- licious and at the same time feared ceremonies of the national capital He vras nn adventurer at heart, went to Mexico to Join Fanc-ho whom bfi .admired as a wnr, nnd he IB beea body was never recovered. Rohuking. Tte eirls were calling upon their grandparents, their first visit for sev- felt .they news they could poa- think of. so talked Incessantly. Helm hurt the floor, telling all nhout the terrible ailments she hurl troubled for a lone Ecny Ann tried In vain for to talk. Finally exclalroM: "Aw. TWO'W. alwujrt I the hurdwt. -Atterhpts hare tAf irH wnmrn for the htcV taxes, iMMntu fUim they mtwt en- MJPi d. thej the to In way wbeo It to Mtu an air Strength of Peppermint. Fonr coeds were retunJiiE to I'nr- doe on a crowded traction rar, when a father anfl very small daughter ar- A Quettion of Antiquity. one of the tales of the great nn- It raieM he that on one of the" grimy of tie Indiana Is the" following rived and bed to stand hj-tlti'1 aisle. Oon: One coed offered to hold the little rniKs of iKrpc, while another "Sbeman marched to the MW thp little gift her month open, and In-jolrpd: j "WtiBt the muttM-r The "Nothing. Tra Jotl waf Absolutely Selfsharpeninj Quality LWN MOWERS A Pennsylvania Law it and a length of Lawn Hose will keep your lawn in ex- coTidition. W. WTtoWell Son HARDWARE ;