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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - January 19, 1922, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page four the Democrat. 19, 1922. Tie Mcneail Democrat 1 i Ruman u. No when a Republican who 1-1 i Ilc Atod Henry Ford for United states senator re shall editor and manager. In after one of the most Cor Jug entered at the Post office at Smethport pa., As rust campaigns in the history of american pol if tics in which the voters were debauched by a i spending orgy of Republican Gold and who j was found guilty and sentenced to jail by a second class matter Smethport pa., thursday january 19, 1922. Editorial the Democrat recently published a scathing Michigan court of violating the election Laws a Republican judge and jury presiding at the trial was seated by the United states Senate last thursday night by a vote of 46 to 41. The seating of Newberry was opposed by theocratic minority strengthened by several denunciation by archbishop Hayes of new York pendent republicans. Senator George Wharton of the birth control movement taking occasion i Pepper of Pennsylvania who was rushed into to add a few comments not complimentary to the Senate following his appointment by gov. The females who have been preaching the unholy Sprivil last is hinted for this very Pur Ujj doctrine.1 the article brought a timely on hand to meekly chant me too to Mun Calion from one of Smethport s Best known the whitewashing of the Michigan statesman. Ladies which in itself is an editorial and Cov ers the subject sensibly and completely. Our the first disarmament treaty to which the in dear Friend says want to help you a Little item states was a party was negotiated by a dem on the subject which seems to be before the Diplomat and signed by a democratic d prices lie just give you the reply of an up to Date grandmother when approached on the you believe in child birth she was asked. Most emphatically i she answered but not by the use of artificial Means she then quoted romans chapter i4th verse also is thessalonians 4th, 4th. If mar ried life was ordered by god s revealed will there would be fewer Bare tender feet treading the Frozen ground fewer baby hands stretched out for needed food and comforts for no ent with a humane heart would choose to see his offspring suffer for the necessaries of life. Therefore the exercise of firm reason and self control would Settle the whole president James Rush Bagot treaty of Isis which provided for the naval Dis armament on the great lakes allowing one Hundred tons armed with 18-Pound Camion on Lake Ontario one on Lake Champlain and two on the other great under the terms of the treaty no other vessels were to be built and All other armed vessels on those lakes were to be forthwith dismantled. By a tacit understand ing no additional forts or mile water line stretching Westward to puget sound. As a re sult of this democratic disarmament treaty peace has prevailed on the american Canadian Border for More than a Hundred years. 7---- Al apparently a strange and unusual thing has. Ite and emphasize the advantages de. One of the two ties has in mechanical age. Lug Lily or ninety Given Imo the executive hands of a Man who Jug j this editorial is for the Benefit of the Man who likes to cite this modern years ago when Smethport was one of the Prin Cipal settlements Between Buffalo and Pitts Burgh All transportation Between Buffalo and Smethport was by stage. Freight was hauled by horses and with the roads in fairly passable condition averaging an easy stride of upwards of 40 Miles a horses could negotiate Date the distance Between the two Points in less than three Days time. With oxen the freight haul would proceed More slowly. A patient of travelling at an Ordinary Gate Over the worst roads would average say 20 Miles each Day and at. This rate it would require something less. Five beast of Burden to Miles fro by off alb Cordell Hull. From the Searchlight Washington d. A apparently a strange and unusual tiling has effective january 16, 1922 prices Are list f. O. B. Detroit touring with starter and Demountable runabout with starter and Demountable 414 Sedan with regular Complete equipment 645 Coupe with regular Complete equipment -580 one ton truck Chassis 430 Fordson same Price 625 orders should be placed now if prompt delivery in the Spring is desired. Main Street garage James quirk sous. The Home of the authorized dealers 201 main Street Smethport a. But in this age of gasoline and last week the Democrat dispatched a to a Large Buffalo paper concern the order received prompt attention from the wholesale concern and in a few moments time the Case of material was on its Way from the company s warehouse to the Railroad on a Fleet motor truck being placed on a train behind a snorting locomotive headed in this Gen eral direction. Just seven Days the eagerly awaited Case of goods arrived in Smith port. This we believe emphasizes quite clearly the difference Between the Humble of and the modern locomotive As applied to freight service Between Buffalo and Smethport then and now. The of in addition to making the distance in two Days less time than the locomotive never was in danger of being wrecked and Seldom broke Down. Nore statesman than politician. The National committee of the democratic arts has made Cordell Hull its chairman. The Wilson York Jan. D. Hull is not at All the Type generally placed Jisoo Severit n that important position. Heel Ridden cripple from a past master at infantile paralysis today launched die nation wide canvass for for the Wourl Row Wilson foundation to be established As a memorial to his Friend Woodrow Wilson also incapacitated for Active service. From ills sick chamber at no. 40 East 56th Street this City Roosevelt spoke the word that set Loose solicitors for funds in every City Village Ana Hamlet in the United states. Goal in a total of the. Canvass follows several a norths practical politics is usually selected. That is the first reason for Surprise. He knows very Little and probably cares less about big orthodox political manipulations. That is not his Way of doing things. Also Hull is decidedly a progressive by habit and from conviction. In Congress he ranked among the greatest constructive forces sit in the was a great student and a tireless worker. He demonstrated exceptional capacity As an Ecoilo-l0? intensive organization in each state Mist. The income tax was a product of his the foun planning. On Tariff and Revenue questions he was particularly expert. He is clean courteous states Man of the old school who is thoroughly abreast of modern problems. It will be highly interesting to observe How the democratic party responds to this kind of leadership. Dation Headquarters indicate that the total will run Well Over a million. When raised the fund is to be in vested in government securities and turned Over in Trust to a Hoard of the leading men and women of the country whose duty it stupid beyond the recent conference on unemployment called by the president recommended among other things an appropriation of for the fed eral labor employment Bureau to Aid in reducing unemployment the Dawes budget com Mission loud applause fixed the amount at and the Senate by an amendment to a deficiency Bill appropriated which states a permanent institution some thing like the Nobel peace prize. The interest from the fund will be used to make an award or awards to the individual or group that has rendered within a specified period meritorious service to democracy Liberal thought Public welfare or peace through the foundation was conceived by mrs Charlesf. Simonson of new York and organization for the canvass for the endowment fund has been carried on by a non partisan group of nationally known people. Among them Are mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt Cleveland h Edward a. Morganthau former ambassador to s Ocha. Publisher of a gains b Are not composed of Low Grade goods sold at a Low when you get a Good Low Price on High Grade you close a Good bargain. Here is one for this saturday when you can get a 6 1-2 Inch Griswold Skillet Lar value 68c, made of cast Iron. Our hardware wears Hallstrom Brothers the Corner hardware soft Aristide Briand resigned As Premier of France was stricken out in conference. Last thursday and Raymond Poincare his sue commenting on this. Senator France rep., the financier miss Virginia Cess or is experiencing difficulty in forming made this arraignment of his party by the sister of the late Bishop pot new Cabinet. Briand s action was hastened a Viviav is specializing on Deli enc Bills the opposition to his policies encountered in the 1-lns condition of unemployment is a serious r negotiations he has been engaged in. Several land tragic one. And we arc denied by the Obs tin the new York Hamilton Holt times Briand appeared before the French Cham Lacy of some members of this conference com editor of the Independent and Franu Ber of deputies and by his compelling logic in the House a paltry to d president of the foun eloquence won a hostile majority to the support Relief for of Unzem Plovc men who Arcida Lon j. To r 1" one sinking respect the canvass of his measures. He accomplished this unusual suffering not through fault of their own not be f different from others feat before his visit to the United states and the Washington Anns conference recently and last thursday returning to Paris from Cannes where he was in conference with the British prime minister he convinced his Cabinet of the sound Ness of his principles and received a tremendous ovation and apparently had won the support of the majority in the chamber of deputies by a speech in which he bluntly announced his intentions. Consequently it came As an Over whelming Surprise when he resigned shortly after. In the resignation of Briand France loses the services of one of the world s greatest statesmen. He had a unique method All his own of approaching a principle and getting what he thought was for his country s interests. His policies were sound and if carried through would have regained in a measure what France lost through her terrible War suffering. If a four Power agreement will keep the peace of the Pacific Why will not the fifty one Power agreement of the league of nations keep the peace of the acc Ord. Of the Money subscribed will he used for expenses. Every cent contributed will go into the endowment fund. Soon after becoming head of the foundation Roosevelt suffered a stroke of paralysis while Moose Hunting in Canada and will probably be a Crip ple the rest of his life. Nevertheless he has actively directed the foundation work from his sick bed. Cause of the consequences of War but because of the stupidity of our governmental policy. is no fundamental reason Why there should unemployment and financial Industrial and commercial depression in the United to this statement senator Robinson dem., replied deploring the injection of politics nto this subject and saying i have no disposition to take Issue with the senator from Maryland respecting the terrible arraignment he has made of the present administration when lie has characterized its govern Ncneal policies As stupid beyond description i myself have no disposition to inject at this time into the Senate a consideration of that subject. J three years and More have come and gone since the party with which the senator from Maryland is associated assumed control in both branches of Congress with an overwhelming c Over. Benua in inns. Absolutely majority and when he denounces the govern Ikua ranted. To. Ovia t. Green mental policy of the United states unemployment and commercial and Industrial conditions As stupid beyond he methodist episcopal Church. Sunday january 22. Morning Wor ship subject the religious significance evening wort hip school for league monday girl s sew Irig class. Thursday ladies Aid. Fri dry. Pristika club pure extracted Honey. The pure product 01 Flowers and a. T it new year there s a thrill about the new year that gives us All a determination to accomplish bigger things than Ever before. But it takes the inspiration of every new Day to sustain that determination. Our officers look upon every Day As another Opportunity to increase this institution s usefulness and to broaden the scope of its service to patrons and friends. The uul.3 ,1 in his own chosen Way the policies Moshos Ned Hig of the present and not a former i it

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