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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Smethport, PennsylvaniaMammy a Hom k. Knapp Tutor vol Lvi Smethport. A. Thursday. April 24, no 17 c01hmon pleas court is in session this h death of Harley Sawyer in Alt a Yuwaye r. Far 51 of Vicinity died april 14, from ills incidental to old. It. He born in , ver in Jih. Ouly 5. Was nearly s4 of he game tract Lamm cavalry in at thu Olda and Sun club s u Aizic monday after on session of com outbreak of the civil Wirland Keating and ser i Las leu t. Which Cun Viu ii fur i honorable townships. Is being posted term a t a i clock. Was i is Rolce. In november 1867 a guat trespassers and patrolmen Are the. Of Hond of mar on if to Sec that the of has in notices Are Rose Chwu this is one of of pitas year Illust Gallo Erveng Crua uial cases with consequent. Four were born to and appointment of a Menior committee on the death of William j. Weston of Kane coupled with a Ali it three t Ujj respect vein for John Forrest. William j. A Lull j survive xer. William p. Submit its monday. June when a joint service will to held. St Ati and contains within its Borders . Sawyer of do Lols mini Teir. Ril of mrs. Mary was a fact All tie Small animals and e of Kane and mrs. Emma a of a Are Evora Well of meth on and .1 Roll streams the tract w. H. Of the club take great _ _ a proc be in big quirk. Store than a was Sivial companion Holicis Are necessary to Post past Suvlu. Who with Many barter of this tract friends until advancing years caused on Deer for the. Him Kive up most life s a to vines. Several years him causal the no action of Coli by commissioner u.-15i a i n i o. 40ai 3i. U. A. U lie come greatly . Against the county of and of Lodne k. A. M.-. Ejub Tiwi Liboi s arc look t next to i an was submitted to the Aten Liik fun to Simp spor i. Stated Cus e by of Thi full Wini cases in a body o his comrades which will be an open Frullo thy also part is lit. Coridi iotes uie ueral a Ity of. Bradford s. P. j. Ii. Jay the were in rest m ko.-. in in enmity . Decided that fluid out of town m v uie. Can to store All Wool. Tho so nip Ami Wool in a with a Meier Ilmi fio Ineil Liegel Mary a. I. A in. Lena soil Vertuli is. In. Ulum a. is. La vivid Morrison a Kolbe is. David Murri m a. L. Muon old and William a Spass Krieman Bunker it h. Cohn. Assam sit. To be continued were those of company for. Use w Albertson is. Baekus Novelty com . Hoffman is. W. X. F traction company Mildred Wash Burn -v.i. Liberty township .6 .1. W. H. Hounds a. Leuon is. Carl a an d David Morrison Appeal textile company is. Jones Tea company trespass Jacobs is. Harry Conen a Sullivan is. Bradford supt us 7-Lfc Tessum flit action of the l United Yit Kellly Cua Ranty compall5r the Blaisdell machinery com a n d the Appeal cd Kiili k. Hui Viville were discontinued of an. Application for re Royal of bodies from the Kennedy s Rte cemetery in Bradford was con by agreement to june Kinlaw on his plea of Gull try o statutory burglary was sentenced to three months in the Allegheny Edward Mcdavitt who pleaded guilty to statutory burglary h la i r Church Liwo More boys first Bartlit Rev. Quy l. Prayer meeting. Thursday evening s p. To. Sunday Scovic fix As follows sunday school ing a. M. Sufi act. He j made himself of to i preach Lily service p. M. Sub-1 decl parable of the the pastor is going t. Preach a Bud. And Home from series of sermons sunday evenings the War. These Youtie men left Smith of the parables of come and l it Toner. And acquaint yourself with the greatest stories of the Luibl. I went together but were up dairymen s league Ervin Mccarthy and Thomas. Claris the pincers of the six different . league were is. Ii x led. To with or. C a Mabel of Wei liboro for the Pur pose1 of organizing county in to county organization instead of so a head. Alt u represented except Urot Lford i Vii a Liue resting meeting was . Wit ii or. Campbell As the dairymen of the county not been very woh represent in meetings held at new Yore the ii Astor ordain Rev to the min soon utter and City and . X.-y., due to Lack of ii try last wednesday in Angelica Ilid Sim in such an organization. It is the v. Lie just his course of til the armistice Woja they ire of All those interested in Dairy study in Tow Newton theological in a were in. The same division especially in the dairymen s St Talon of Hoston. Mass last Jan Janu Faw much severe sep ice. Bud league to organize nearly All parts of his studies were in operated one of those i Crim to contrivances known 05 a Trench mortal me Kean county dairymen interested the Church is planning for Trench warfare the shells from these n the league but will materially sup Ember Canvas on May 4. Iglins Are visible from the time they j t them " leave Tho Tiu a tall they reach to eur election of pincers took place with objective consequently it is easy for he result that goo go Carlson was to me announcement tills announces the visit to the enemy their location there elected president George "bur.nbam. Church if ills Community the Gnniii-r.-, to ii to vice president and d. L. Denny Sec company of repro it Jane spot Many tinier la Tuc Caslon. Rotary treasurer. The annual meet Cwm on the business Tommie Learned to operate the Auto Ifft of organization will f the am o conduct Confer i talc rifles in served mostly held on the first tuesday of n o mrs inn of inf ssh s concern As a Rifleman with the infantry Rifle. Of. Each year. Piork in tit Turja. I Liotti i of i a. Sis in Patlon is to be supported by funds members of the team. A t of the possible of until is store it until enough has to be Worth Ron Sidera lion of the larger buyers. To carry out this idea a store House will be provided and thi1 Wool each member of the association brings in will i. .1. P. A William i. Tussell the meetings. From death or. Serious injury but came Cha yank. . Out of the struggle uninjured. They the different locals. The locals each Reu Usu a to subscribe 52 l s f. Charges Over shall swept ground every Dairyman of me land bringing. Up rations to the firing county ought to be a league hues in constant danger of death of member since it costs Only u5 c. Par ,-iul.jl l till Church and tile King three or four Days spent without Tood then u patient for ave with pneumonia sin Abc jut 2s years and was Well known Ami emed in this Section pfc the county a fore her marriage she resided time in ind. Has Many Here who. Were badly shocked at the news of her sudden death. She is survived by her husband son. Zera or. Also by her father d. A. O if Ford and two slaters mrs. Earl Pixley. Mrs. William and. One brother. Lloyd All of Crosby. John r. Gifford. Who killed to France on to temper u the Day hot til cities ceased was a. Brother t of mrs. Cox. She a member of Poe Hon. Us Lodge of Crosby and Active in Church charitable and social affairs. The body was taken to her late Home at Crosby the funeral was held sunday afternoon. Burial was 1n Cole Grove cemetery. Up. After reviewing it All they ave glad death of mrs. And methodist episcopal Church the easter services at the were very Pugely attended. At the morning service the augmented choir directed by mrs e. K. Bouton Steve Mil Beautiful anthems. Everything wan pervaded by the spirit of easter and All came feeling that it and the evening the children of the sunday school. Gave their exert less. Trained by mrs. Mccarthy. Mable Day mrs. Arthur fire son they is cult led themselves very indeed. The Sermon com nth sunday will be morning the to Llalon of the sect ind evening the the worm. Furniture Sale beginning May 1, will place on Sale Over sunday guest of his Mother at Puffer and bedroom furniture Ward East Smethport. Robes everything in of toss Mabel Walker returned to but Falo monday after spend Lonj easter a. M. To 4 . By Ihmoud. With ire. Parents. Or. And mrs Sam main dry Tel card of thanks we wish to thank All the neighbors and. Friends far their Ninny acts of kind new How a during the illness and death beloved wife and Mother. Walker. Marian spent the week end at her Home Here. Margaret Sasse of Olean was Here Over sunday Yunlung her parents if. And mrs h. H. Sasse. Ralph Brenaman of Huntington a. Cd want n Ormah and family was a Piest of mass Clara Offatt Over dark i card of thanks War wish a nip 1 sunday Webster of Cor Yville was a Tysl visitor in town recently. To Many Fruendt for a Ulysses Foote i9 during Tho illness of and Riyal so food formerly Bro Iirth no the Al nth of our Horn died at his Homo in Cory and Mother mra. Role Bolle Cox. Gunday afternoon after a Day a. Cox and pneumonia. To Porrit of by a wife arid seven children. W. S. S. Campaign soon ii. J. Rice of Smethport is a Busi Ness visitor in the City today. He announces that he has been appointed and. Has accepted the position of county chairman of the War savings com palp i. Succeeding Hon. H. H. Red Field of Smethport. Or. Rice states that immediately following the Vic tory loan Campaign he will inaugurate a Thrift Campaign in this county. Prof c. A. Tlell Bridge the county superintendent of ha5 charge of the w. 3. S. Societies of the schools of the Bradford Star record. Private Ostram Home private of Staiti arrived Home last wednesday Al rom Cam p Upton where he received his honorable Dis charge front the army. He has been land up since last August with a wound re Elved while on the Battle line in a Vance. His foot was Bailly injured his Many Friend will to hear he is Able to walk on the a Jurell foot aral. Notice the Olds Rod and gun club Hayo posted their lands and Havo patrolmen on them to enforce the Laws. Olds Rod and gun club. Adv St Mirt Ivor Tum a. Edward Norman to in his world Home again and Many Yea. Thoy text death that a Wavy of yes. Men they Hying of boil lat of of mrs. Were in prance from August 11. Xor Mait. Which occurred last to i3, 1919. Bud came Over in thursday in Fth after a few Days ill the transport Jet. Vernon reaching America. April 4. Tom la came in Thot pneumonia. Mrs Norman was highly esteemed America and landed one Day Terr. By who her Loving and on the trip to France last , the Wue wild Mother and much sym transport waa several fired upon u extended to the bereaved by the boat hit family. But but a lined. Both were in Larson born in the 26th or Yankee. I Viilo. Out it Bruvry 1867. She to regiment in co. M mad about year a Bud in Headquarters co. Knows if the f ullj.-. Of Iii in Fei lots of m fail thu ii Poshe. Ar.-. to Iko and in 1s30 was married to de Iward Formati of this place sur her together Vith t tin o Crook at the Lime. The Rev. Or. A instill oin Chat log burial waa Liose Hill cemetery. Brie Ness of. This notice is due to the fact that this paper was not fied a suitable obituary was to be furn Sli Evl. The copy did not reach Here this article was Hur redly written. The time won t seem very Long but the thing that troubles me Mist i notice of application for charter to night a to tace is hereby Given that apply the Whitwo Orui. His Holew song. Alba j. Oil Willax and Ehn Ard to the c7ovt-Rnor of. Penn Iii the l ind of Muy. A. J a. Hal a. At o clock a. under. The provisions of an act of Assembly. Is the Mother who wails Ulun e the return of her Only and Little she dreams or thinks poor to provide for the in soul corporation and regu Alton of certain his work has Long been approved the 29th Day of april. 1s74. And the various supple bravely he died on the Battlefield. Ments thereto for a charter in for his Mother hta country his tended corporation to be called Home Holmes Oil Willax the Char still waiting coming Day by an a us. Of let ref which is the Man i in Ita poor Mother who s now All alone. Facture. Sate un4 a to find of lumber and building a materials and the construction of the Day a Cloud must burst Oer her same into buildings and for the Sale at retail of such other commodities As Are. "usually1 handled in lumber arid what a pity of what a shame would she just have received but idling material Yards and also for simple note. The manufacture Sale and dealing in that he died machinery and Imle whole or in from Iron and steel or any of them and for these purposes and month May before i All the j-lghts.-. But Mother know i m coming Back and privileges by said act at i Tell her each week through the and the supplements there mal1 conferred. I May be Here some time tis True i be been through and Krance und now. Tho9. H. Morrison solicitor. In deutschland i m living awhile j but where or i go thing she and with a Karl Thompson incl Reg t in Glenera Rind army it occupation a f. Via new York. Pavilion on fair grounds Money is now Beleiff raised by county a tar to pct the Cost of a new cat thu Pavilion on the of it Uoo. Heretofore tells d been used to House Stock

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