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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Smethport, PennsylvaniaOf adv Council of do find. seas a. Meeting of the Smethport Home guard we held at the Hose House rums sunday afternoon and utter tie business of the sess Luu had been transacted a meeting Citi Iena addressed by Clinton Clark Homer Thomas and Russell Lyndsley to acting As spokesman for Lieut. Jones of county recently of. The United aviation ser vice. The unconscious american unit of Ulk lug in pictures these Young sol its you visualize the Thonis __lbet.hjul.m4n although you Khz Ord the no Leiloa of a Rifle cart Ridge in Battle. Imagination could Tun these boys w action and in Camp from the whine and explosion of d dealing shells to the creaking of a Wagon loaded with Punk and Corn Over a Stony Road. There wire do flights of just Man to Man statements of thrilling facts punctual at with gloriously expressive Alan Rii Lother priceless heritage of Young Ai Aerial. Flint Clark briefly sketched his experiences from the time he these stores until his return he and Homer Thomas being members of co. C. 112 regt., 2sth division. Early in his Ca at the tront he Lay All night in a Trench under from the German lines. A numbness in his toot bothered him and to investigated to quid that a piece of shrapnel had deprived him of the big toe of his right toot. But u was More than pm hours before he could leave the Tynch. have his wound attended to at a d Raj Ling station. Then the ride in an ambulance when seven hospitals were visited before one was found with room enough to take them in. And a Btl he Lay unconscious on he operating table the Hospital grounds by German aircraft -the1 hours without attention had caused wound to become infected and it was months before he returned to duty. Step by step he traced his movements until he landed once More on these shores and fell into kindly hands when he and Homer were assigned to duty w. A. Ostrander of Smith port at Camp Dix. In conclusion tie that he had returned to Smith fort o stay for the of his life More army la his. Oath or mrs. Ameretta wife of Sherwood of no to Walker Tive Iuie. And one of. A richly respected residents died at her hum. Sunday evening fallowing one year s ill Riew of to Toni of ailments which expert treatment by Tapec Laius fulled to Rem Ely. News of tiie of mrs. Isher h nud cume As a severe Shock to her numerous friends City Many of whom Realise her condition Wax .s.erlouv, and much sincere grief is Felt her demise mrs. It Herwood had made Effort to gain Relief from her affliction. Visiting Many specialists and just late the accompanying illustration while that would not take the dust from any Small and not very Clear will never the that the. Coblry. Their soles be of to Nuy of lers it shows 8me.thjwrt Hose company no. A not Many Yean of met its probably about one night while one of in the Bradord Hoppl talk returned Home it was believed that her cure was permanently effected but the patient developed a cold in. Her Throat and owing to her condition was nut Able to withstand her second illness Ameretta Anderson was born octo Ber 7, 1s6-i, in Cambridge Springs where she resided until her marriage and where her father James k. An Derson Stilt resides. Miss Anderson was United in marriage to Frances a Isherwood in Olean on october 15, iss3. And with the exception of two years spent Texas and four years in Smethport while or. Sherwood served As county treasurer deceased had resided in Tradford since her marriage. Mrs. Sherwood was a member of the first Baptist Church of Bradford chapter no. 6i order of easter Star and the country club. She was possessor of Many Fine qualities of both and mind and was be loved and respected by All who knew her. She was a wife Ulster and daughter and a Loyal Friend. She u survived besides her Ausbund and father by two Sisters. Are. Eva Dobert of Kansas Mo-., mrs. Ellen Lehr Wood of Cambra one brother Perry n. Of Cambridge. evening mrs. Ellen m Isher if camb Luire Springs u sister of the deceased. Time to this clot to assist in curing for her but found that she had before she Irrl Ved Here the e Shock being u severe to the relative Funt ral were held it n Elock monday at Tufi Home the body was taken to Cambridge Springs. Tuesday morning where their he Early eighties Nave passed sounded and thew enl thu of Ole a Schapa a few More the Miner to get out in the mud in not Swarc of any More deaths Gladdess Raj Are c. A King. With the flames. There was no hold. Sheridan Gorton. W d. Gallup. Will however and it is related h. C. Wells f. W. I hat there was not a fireman left in a. I1. Walsh. John Kooney. H. V. Brew Hall Twenty seconds after by. F. Brow Iell. Frank of Lilvie. Kuns. Ray Mer. Tolliver. A. It. Pierce Tarry Knapp James Moi fire. Napp. T. A. Turtle. Poter Connolly. . John Serrat Lus and s. namely to. D. Gallup f. W. Rumsey. Oril. Faoliu Rooney. It. A Brawley. A. H. These Meit into bulked in Many hard Pierce. Or. Harry Knapp. B l. Knipp rights against the flames and. In e. K. Waller. G. R. A Brownell. M. L. Moi Nenort developed a running team Armstrong a and John Servatius. Borough Council meeting. He new Road. To increased War tax on All jewelry of and after april 1, 9, i am obliged to charge extra for All engraving. J. U. W1a-nt advl5w2 for Sale. A practically new piano. Cell of Marr l. Bisett adv. Of. Farm for Sale 7 room House Gamble roof barn 30x40, basement 1 team of horses 7 cows and All running water at House .5 minutes walk from station. School and churches on Sute Road easy terms. Bell phone.1 Matt Cookman. Port adv. Teft above ground. To was of read Thyl Miner for the. News. Fierce fires. Their or we in Trogi pm. Tin he i d e. Truwell a. K. Waller. Armstrong. The some of Are in Harnew ready to Ansler the alarm night of Day. Several have left Smethport and Are scattered about the United while at eleven land guide and now. Rest fun property owners on Northumberland ave., requested Council to use Road machine on that Street and was referred to Street action. ,._._ u. E. Blur Dick. E. W. Strong and Jno , Orgun ing buy it Tyty Secretary upon of the Hud Guarneri of face of the coun cil of National ref Elise it Smethport. April first. A comprehensive statement of War time work car rle4 on by government within the county in nude. Rimmed lately the United entered the War in april. 1917 Cuun-1 my dear or. Cleveland French Honor Fok late ser fit. Cleveland William c. Cleveland of cart Abr i Antly Ruc Elved the following letter Washington. Ap41 3, 1919. Cit of National organized at Washington followed by Branch organizations in the different and county organizations the thousands of Countis within the throughout Union. In my Mui county three win uzmed u honorable Lewis Nery major a. D. Burns of and Ford my George w. Bio., of by gentle men and authorized by governor Bruot Wugk and acting under in of cd Juluan be ton Pepper of the state Council of defense. Or. Mitchell proceeded and organised the work in Una county and Early. May 1917 notified the state Council Accord Lecty. Thus county was first to organized and has made a record of a Cal element in two Yeara of service our cd aliens May Well be proud of. On request of government agencies at Washington or Philadelphia chair Man Mitchell recommended pointed for the county our fuel four administrators. Minute men or a Federal chairmen for Hull a committee fron the Smethport the minute. Of the previous wore present and told Tig were read approved As the following Bills we re read for. Securing motor driven fire apparatus. B. T. Garlock and w. B. Hopper ill Foltan Abr Etc. L. D. Cfifford labor 20ies War committee to Eon Fer with and. Assist the committee Anim the department. R. Rur Dirk asked for permit won to run wires for electric Light and Power on the in inn Tel co s. Poles. Moved by Hopper and seconded by that or. Kurdock be Grant b. Al or Llev .3.55 John a. St. Com. Much. 75.00" Smethport co., hauling fire Glne Siso a. F. Specht. Secy. .40.00 o Hench. Taking 10. Care of dam to bureaus and. War savings committee. The directors for the u. S. Public ser vice and boys working reserves. A Bureau. Home de sense police the Cha Lyman for the. Selective service and the draft adv Ory boards the nun War construction committee. Legal advisory and questionnaire committee. Instruction Pard for draftees. Sec Tion. And other important Federal und movements were named by him or by associated offi cers of the Council of the county. Working with the farm Hureau and county purchased and void at Cost . Corp buckwheat and other seed. Involving Large contracts. House to House canvasses were conducted the Hoover food in 1917 when nearly women signed conservation cards the farm census of 191s of live Stock crops the sol Diers record canvass now nearly 10.00 cd Penn Slon to run electric Light and and securing the j.500 rect h. Morruon solicitor. Much. 12.50 Smethport water co. Water 17.50 c. U. Dickinson. Police duty 74.00 moved by Hackett and seconded Bills As read be paid. J received from c. On for of health c. H. Dickinson he had notified All property of Reg Power wires on Union . Co. Poles carried. Instructed to notify lations of the. State Highway dept. Communications from state High a department read petition of property owners for Side in the Borowi Secretary p. A a a. R. Street. Lundholm that we adjourn. Carried meeting adjourned at p. M. Of. H. Biever. Secretary. Ords of Bur Soldier this in Brief the Story of the me Kean county of the Council r. To put in sluices at of National defense. A. Volunteer ser vice of nearly and women of Hackett and seconded county involving to Small an exciting runaway a team belonging to Louis Sten of but which freely Given to our country in time of need. Her Margaret Dicello s Case Cun Stemble up Culaton is Beng indulged in by the authorities Over the walk referred to sidewalk committee Hauer of Farmers Valley became fright i of mar Piret Dicello the pretty Hazen sidewalk referred to. Resolution offered by or. Hopper whereas it is. Ascertained the leased valuation of the Borough at an automobile thursday while k r1 Whu image of standing i front of grocery. I county jail awaiting trial for. The Mur Der a rec u at Kane on new on main Street and despite Margaret has claimed Smethport. Pa., for the year 1919 is j efforts of a Man who was holding from the first that she killed . Them ran away. Following the Side who was 41 Yeara old. Because his in a. Sudden turn at the attentions drove her to and she has never expressed the slight occupation real estate 71 horses 37. Cows j481.864.00 walk Corner of Union Street putting the mall Box and Street signs at that. Cor. Est regret for the doubt however is thrown upon Lur general total or of commission and continued Story by the facts unearthed by the 1 take gnat pleasure la sending you herewith French Crox Guert and a of citation in Araf orders with translation which Kun awarded or the Ynoa of Vav. Meat to your son. The. Late Wiillam r. Cleveland. In the of the major con express for Hua Renoul appreciation of. The spec did service rendered by your la France where his conspicuous gaunt 17 in the face of the Wum won Tom of the commander. And caused to to con tired upon him this and . Very so newly Chas. G. Long brigadier general Marine corps. The citation is to follows general headquarter a of the at Mem of Osworth and Northeast personal order no. 11549 with the approbation of. The com Mander to chief of the american he Perl tonary forces in fraud Althe general commander in chief of Fri sch armies of the North and Northeast cites in the order of sergeant William r. Cleveland 51 co., 5 marines. Great courage and con stantly occupied himself with Tion under a violent bombardment encouraging his men and keeping up their morale during the attack on the Belleau Wood. At general Headquarters november the Oen crat Conan under in chief petals. Death of mrs Amelia Smith on monday Forenoon. April 7. Mrs. Amelia Smith paused Uway at her Home on Center the direct re sult of her death being due to a stroke of apoplexy which occurred on wednesday of last week. Amelia Heynemann Smith second daughter of William and Elizabeth Heynemann was Bonc at Colegrove on March 16. Ism making her 69. Years of Aice month. Her Early life was spent at Colegrove up until the time of her marriage to Schuyler it. Smith. In shortly after their. Marrius . And mrs. Smith moved r to City acid from there to Jamestown where or. Smith Wius engaged in the hotel business for a num Ber of years. Recently their Home has been at Giuvanni a few Miles out of Jamestown on Lake. november however. They came to make Smethport their Home and six weeks last saturday or. Smith who had not been in a with health for sometime away. Both or. And mrs. Smith were of kindly hospitable nature and liked better than Ewal Small Gas Heaters a Trug Mia loll Chalrs. Telephone 35.r at hound. Mrs. P. B. Jacobs adv sol King Street
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