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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - July 03, 1919, Smethport, PennsylvaniaJimmiy l. Mom k. A mail vol Lvi smut Holt a. Thursday. July 3. Of no i the passing of John Bailey cow was thai Surg event w Lew if i a nigh i its All Over few John Barleycorn s funeral i celebrated with fitting ceremonies night. Revelry was the Rule until Midnight when old red Licker joined the ranks of the i of eth the big regret the hour Drew nigh was that Smethport was not in California where Midnight was still three hours away but it was a Good natured Happy harmless crowd that celebrated the passing John Barleycorn. Of the Smethport Allied baud mounted on a truck Load of Beer kegs stared the obsequies and for an hour or More disturbed the Placid Calm of the Village Job the scandalized sensibilities of some of the observers it is stated with absolute certainty based on thorough and rigid per Sonal investigation that the band Wagon s trimmings were sheer camouflage. The kegs were empty hopelessly empty. Furthermore it is As certainly stated that the liquor which the musicians on the Wagon were consuming with bacchanalian abandon was Ginger pop with no More kick than 4 sick Bunny Rabbit. Thus. Smethport went dry As to stiff is concerned years ago the town was voted dry for a year or a otherwise it has been wet the erection of the first building. And thai after Many years does Black Raith Brook water finally come into its own. An eleventh hour ruling of the department of Justice in Washington monday night makes it possible for breweries and other licensed places to sell two and three fourths per cent Beer and ight wines pending a decision on the claim that beverages con Taining that percentage of. Alcohol Are non intoxicating however All dealers Are clearly warned that if the decision is against them they will be liable to prosecution. The great Hape of the liquor in. Terbets is president Wilson who has made it Clear that he would suspend the wartime prohibition measure if he bad the Power to do so. That he Wil try so As soon As demobilization is completed seems assured but the dry forces in Congress Are lining tip in a determined a v in uni a of it. Var wily Effort to make wartime measure Irotha the both Young effective u Tiv the National prohibition amendment goes into oath of my. J. C. Cunningham on tuesday at p. A. Too Arr de death at in. J. C. Cun tog Tarn at her Home on after a Long Illner. While family and knew that fee end was approaching death flail came As a Idock. Shi we a most it table woman w who Many Aid their Loyal regard. She we a Faith tul and Loving Mother a neighbor Al willing to a sparingly Yean ago. After her when and throughout her Long and lit Brave and Nocoma lining. A food woman a pud to her Deal Reward. Spencer Buttera eld Cunningham. Born at n. A. May ism. Nineteen was Nora Yean death of her Bra t husband the mar ried John c. Cunil Ngram of this place and had made Smethport Ier Home. She had three children her first husband a son who died. Mrs. A. R. Braden of Clarington pa., and mrs. Mary Wallace of Smethport her husband a. Civil War Veteran also survives and the bereaved ones sincere sympathy of the Community. The. Funeral will to held after noon at 2 o clock at the House the Rev. Arthur Genoa officiating. Burial in Rote Hill cemetery. Far As the Public Sale of hard effect next january. Married at clean monday morning at 10 o clock a pretty but quiet wedding was solent sized at the parsonage of St. Mary of the Angela Church when miss Edith Colegrave daughter of or. And mrs. A. L. Colegrove was United in mar Here and there or. Aud mrs Nelson love of tin Are visiting their Sun. Nelson Exive and family. Mis., Emma Zimmerman of flue Ridge to George h. Norman son of visiting mrs George King. G. Norman of Arnot a. The Cere or. And mrs. Guy Douglass and Mony was performed by the Rev. E. Cooper motored j. Rengel. The Bride wore her travelling suit to Olean recently. Of Siad coloured Tricot lne with Blue mrs. Selly of Clarion pit is a guest Georgette hat. She was attended by of miss Edith Churchley. Pippin and Elmer Crawford of East Smethport visited relatives at Ridgeway. And Rathburn Over Sun Day. Mrs George. King u spending the week in Bradford. Rev. Lawrence Thayer Tina of Sanca of Farmers Valley were mar ried last week. Leon Cookman of Smethport was Farmers Valley visitor sunday. Crystal Cunningham of East Snitch school and Bas returned from a visit with Marii Reid Normal. For a number of her Slater miss Harriet Colegrove who was attired in a Navy Blue Coune out with Black picture Bat the Groom was attended by to brother William Norman. Immediately following the Cere Mony a. Wedding breakfast was screed to the immediate members of the two families at the Home of the Bride on South eighth the Bride s table at which i eight were Laid was entered with a Basket of Pink roses. The Bride is one of Olean s Moat prominent women. She la a graduate she has been engaged As a teacher in the Public schools at Waverly n. Y., and Williamsport a. The Groom Baa , friends whue on visits to this City Imp. And mrs. Norman left this of Ter Hoon for blk Dale pa., where they will make their future horns the Groom having a position As civil Engineer at Herald. The Bride was born in Smethport where her parents resided for a num Ber of Yean and has Many friends Here who wish her happiness. Attention soldiers Man of who were in the various branches of military service War Are invited to participate in Bradford s big Home coming Celebration Friday july particularly in the Victory Parade which is the big feature of the porn Rani Lall men urged to Wear their uniforms Dur ing visit to it is the Hope of the committee to have from 600 to 1000 uniformed soldiers. Friends at Betula. Or. And mrs. Chas. Curtis were guests in Oleari on sunday or. And mrs. Art Reeves and Fly visited relatives in port Allegany on sunday Mike Mick Leronah of Crosby was a business visitor in town one Day the we Etc marrie6 at Clermont married at St. Church Clerin ont wednesday morning june 25, by the Rev. J. J. Carpenter miss Dorothy m. Fields of Hazlehurst daughter of or. And Charles Fields of Haze Hurst and Harry f. Aynor. Son of i. Auit most fuck Gaynor of Clermont. Michael d. Fields was Best and miss Julia a. Aynor sister of the Groom was Iberl Dennard. The Bride was gowned in Blue silk Georgette crepe and wore a White hat. The bridesmaid was a wedding breakfast at the Home of the Bride the newly weds left on a honeymoon journey. The Groom is a Del Jer. Employed by the St. Mary s Gas co. and Wallora. In line and All service la an industrious and popular men who live or Are at present stay Man. The Bride is a charming Young in Are urged their Aid making Thia feature of the Day s program a big Mrs Gaynor will make their Home at Ridgway. Greeley Knowlton marriage the marriage of Vera n Auml daughter of o. 8. Freely of Knapp Creek to c. L. Knowlton of Titi place took place a the ninth Street meth Dolst parsonage Olean. N. Ceremony being performed by the the Rev. I. H. Crocker. The Bride wag attired in a suit of Blue trl Colne wyth Tan picture hat and wore a Corsage of Bride s she was attended by it is Anna Pearson of Bells Camp ipo., who wore a Blue sult a Lith a Black Bat and a Corsage Box Juet of Pink rosebuds. Tended Ste the Groom h. Was at local Cue Noxal to town l. D. Gifford to her Kobi on Mill Street by hath was Home Troat Bradford from Friday until monday. A of Kanon we pm Murat caller at office Day. Aad 1. Clayton and torn were Bradford Lalton monday. Co Nanada Camp firs girls enjoyed a pc nip supper ulna id run tuesday. We aft today Are of More than usual interest. Dont fall w read them. Mim Taeo Clfford returned to we Lamport fa., Barday after a Valt at the Home of parents or. And mrs. A d. Gifford. Aae of rising prices Are scarce. But read the Monheimer offers in today s jm1nbr. Mrs. William. Glavin who Hai been Udie til for several past is reported to be recovering sat Sac Orlly m Cappellette has moved he Amily from bait Smethport to Leaa where he has purchased a Home at 312 Coleman Street j. Rice attended the funeral services for Hiss Hannah Laatz which were held at her late Home in Totok bus Une Between Smethport and Bradford a people Are very Well known and pop ular Mong a wide Circle of acquaintances. The Groom recently returned from overseas where he served with company 1. After an extended wedding trip or. And mrs. Knowlton w4jl be at Home in Kane where the2 Groom la Republican. The Bride and parents formerly lived in Smethport. Mcdade Berg marriage saturday morning at 7 o clock at St. Elizabeth s Church occurred the marriage of miss Blanche Mcdade. Daughter of sir and mrs. Michael Meade and John Berg son of or. And mra. Neu Bergau of Crosby the p. A Dan Hue officiating. The Young couple were attended by or. And. Mrs. John Dillon of Crosby. The Bride wore a travelling gown of Taupe Broadcloth. Only a Small party of relatives were present at the i ceremony. The bridal party was in or talked at a wedding Bre Aktas at the Home of. Or. And mrs. T. F. Hun Olville and soon after left on a Jour Ney that will include visits to Buffalo noon. And mrs. Martin Carlson and or. And Are. Peter Olson were in to. Jewett last Thundiyl to attend he funeral of the late Hannah Lanty. Our Talbot of St. Marys fireman on the Shawmut Railroad was knocked from the engine he was firing at Slobon by a Bolt of lightning one Day ast week. And in. C. C. Choate and or. And mrs. T. H. Morr Tot returned saturday evening from a trip o thousand islands and Points of interest. Marion Stone miss Fanille j. It Stone and w. K Swet and of Coudersport. Formed a motor no party which took dinner tues a at the Wright House. And mrs. Guy Moore and daughters Verna and Doris of Clar Egton. Pa., Are visiting at the Home f in. Moore s parents or. And mra. Sti a Thauer at Farmers Valley. A. Gregory editor of the Johnsonburg press made the Miner office a pleasant Call saturday. Or. Gregory was malting a motoring tour of this part of the country. Engagement of Eltwood of the army coast Hospital Aberdeen adj formerly of Smethport and Arlo Kunkle of Carthage 111. La t a bounced. Marriage will occur in. The Early fall. Monheimer a student of Pencil Vanla University at to Ladet Pula. Pa., arrived Home last thurs Day and will spend the summer Vaca Tion with Bis parents or. And mrs. We. Monheimer. Men and a Coy were killed i at St marys when lightning struck a tree under which they had taken and Points on the great lakes. Up on their return they will reside at from a Shower Friday oblast t Rouby. Week. Another Man was severely the Bride pc a charming Young burned by the same Bolt lady with Many friends who wish her. Happiness and Prosperity. The Groom the twentieth Century Bridge club Char a a. Upham of the county will be connected Ford will establish a motor a net work of Concrete line Between Smethport and within a few Yean Ford according to plans now should make the motor be the making. While the the favorite common Carrier and those who get in on. The Are not yet Public it is floor in establishing Trade that this service is for the Pattenger routes will reap 1 ing of passengers but with Prospect of an unproved Latham is a former Resi 1 Between the towns before of Smethport and a compile Winter the Poui Bilies of such of county directories who is great. A year acquainted with Busi freight mail and passenger conditions throughout the vice could be maintained his idea is a Good one the completion of the new no doubt. His intentions Deal and should earn Good entering the motor trans for the promoters. Prom business on a Large indications the principal Mua Bolth Larson left orphan regiment Lor Grove City where she will the Twenty first regiment of oar summer school Light railway ii the last of or. And mrs. Ralph he nog american railway regiments to daughter of new Haven conn., with the first american army guests of or. He nog t from France. The regiment Lena he jog and other relatives All it3 campaigns in the work of this As its Light railway regiment hrs. Ann Cole Mesa Mary troops rations and Man Edward Lynch Victor Lynch from the Standard gauge rail Hooley of port to Trench and Battery were guests of or. And mrs. W. R. The first two battalions of the Fulmer tuesday. Or. Hooley. Bus ment by the coincidence returned from overseas where. On the same tbsp that took them he had served his country for president the Yean. Vas recruited at Camp and mrs. Roy Elsord and Otral jul Lola. In september. Three of Chicago motored to became. Known As the Smethport from chicago., arriving regiment owing to the fact that Here sunday mating the trip of not made part of the division most 700 Miles in four at Camp Grant. This name Are visiting or. Gifford s parents to the organization throughout and mrs. Warley. Gifford and service in France for it. Was never relatives Smethport having formerly Paft of any division although been the Homo of or. And mar oif i Wlton Twenty three different Ford. At the front. Men who were is will be seen by an Railroad conductors. ment in today s Miner the Freme and Highway department is in want of the of the regiment wort carpenters and labourers and recruited Frota Veall wishing to accept Sulci Iii ploy roads ment should make prompt a Pulca a time the engineers ton. The need the immediate and if the division prompt response is not made in the locality men teams will we sett to to be imported from other the Claude one of the offensive by the Railhead we turned to i. Home Here. The severe which Point service during which crude was its wounded and gassed has had the p0 feet of beak my Down i health to that sector at one me a a certain extent but his ment of Twenty seven men and friends cherish confident Hopes that remained under the rest and Good care of Home utes hellfire for seven Days before they w.111 soon restore weakened Phy 8uc? steal condition m to their Fth or extends thanks to the regiment has Bee. Cited . A Shoemaker of restless ,._ Cord of being tha longest time in l. T. Colegrove Moe Nattan. A for a neatly recently returned country fro i and serving his Are Home on Bast main Street his record. Ast week thursday evening. Ele As admirable one. Refre Omenta were served and a conspicuous bravery upon the Field of Dell haul evening enjoyed All. Battle he was awarded the Croli in Fry company use the Guerre. They Are a worthy Young couple who Sant voyage of bound Book entitled the passenger Shell fire area of any regiment. Pigeon in a transcript. Win Avivit. Of Smethport was a member of the 21st regiment. Ably interesting history of what mysterious Bird written by John c. French of Roulette Potter county who chapters by Samuel for Issue to advertise or. B. A. Warren Henry w. Of Public convenience certainly deserve a plea one of big and popular 1 Shoemaker h. Eldon not1ob is Given that a upon the seas of Matt timing prices Are quoted of season v. Sennett John h. Chapman and application has been made to the 1 8entencedvat court tuesday in open court before judge j. W. Bouton Clifford Holmes pleaded guilty to furnishing Fluor to min ors and was sentenced to 40 Days in the county jail. Robert Moore charge rail t guilty and was sentenced to 3 months Able Good and ladle will find the advertisement of Especial interest. V. J. Coleman of Salamanca a y., arrived in town last week be peat. Thursday where she will visit Friday when the when she we at port Allegany before Tinc. U expected a a Story that service commission of the dare Otler to and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in demand for this Book will doubtless Der the provisions of the Public 8er Wylce company Charles Cook Tatham for a certificate of Public friends until arrived in evidencing the commas 1u leave for a Short visit j one of the with tent Islon s requisite approval of the returning overturned Down right to operate Auto busses Between cited Fri the Steep Entrance from the main Bradford and Smethport a. Lublic hearing upon this apply he i Usuia of in the county jail. Arthur Stanton John Karla received a Mes Ford an 18 year old boy rho was i cation will be a boy who was under suspended sen a age thursday telling of the sle Epling under the seat. Fatally the commission at Charr Alburg a enee t6r complicity in the robbery j critical illness of her of Bonnycastle Bungalow. Months ago was sentenced to r father j. He was immediately taken on the 17th Day of july 1919, at n. left to Thia Austin Hospital by Schutt m wheland where All per gome Swetman of Waterloo. once for that place. Or. Swet a gallon. But he died the next morning. Isona in interest May appear and be Man s death occurred saturday and or. Cook had the remains brought heard it they desire. To Coudersport. And burial and were shipped yesterday in a Charles h. Latham. Methodist episcopal Church All in her bereavement. Burial and were shipped yesterday there will be no evening services j us will be seen by an Adverse j to Susej Uehana where the Mother during the months july and August. Ment in today s a Freez journal a other Fery ices will be Hebl As ing today about thirty Miles from usual and at acne hour unless Smethport at the Coudersport ice for Sale otherwise announced. If Yon Hunt Thi is one of inter a a 1317 Saxon roadster. In first. In. Run o attend moral or worship. It will j Ted states and attracting Many.3000 Miles to Jnore at p. S. N. R. Bargain one and a half ton Studebaker Max Fer truck High tension Magne to stake body. A tires practically natural Beauty of the country Side visitors this summer. 1 station. I Bacavi Novelty co. Adv of

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