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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - September 18, 1930, Smethport, PennsylvaniaCo Terry Muto th0kbday. Ift. 1mo. T. We Mil Cooty her 4 be of a Republican county mrs. H. Backus main Cluj to minor build lbs 42 Maju Smithf Ort. Ta., editorial a motion Danu Hilnic a brighter like novel has been passed by the Synod of the diocese of new Tito xxx according to the Churchman. National Tim real Church. A. This unique Sayn the weekly was presented by Archdeacon a. I. Gavin in making it it is to me we gave up publishing the Bible in Black. It is like a shopkeeper offering goods in 5 Hedly window the book1 should be placed in. Some attractive binding like any Ori Kihary not be kept m a form which Reid fits at first sight i would the Usi of i paper jacket like any pro Leary novel. Continues the Church. Man we a expect to ice Bibl i with Bucht coloured Jie Keti such scenes us tilt. St Pont err a fid David lot s wife Eon Geald into n Millir of Salt no in Herd ing the animals two by two into Tho Ark jonahs Uit Unitt adventure with ii Iliah ill obituary John Stark t7if Milf Len until it Juhn to. former a Ali know i Iliad Suitt port resident at the oilman clinic wednesday evening. Sep Timber loth at 6 of clock was a great Shock to if Tento View. Or. Stark who had been taken there his death failed very rapidly medical Aid proving futile his. Condition was so Walpus to wide Gorman of Tidioute pm. To time Wii Boin there april 1b87, Ailer Fradua Liik from Tidioute High the Rew iving. Her a aches from Eusuf Stroudsburg and Madame Kuja Waha by College of Bradford palmi8tey 20th year now Juateen. All. Over the United states. Shorthand Tarp uni or Yirsa. On All walks of life full or course. Mix till company u foce Pau on of their leases. He was a Good Hus band , arid an industrious it Foen. He will. Beniuch. The surviving relatives Are arid nine Ray Claire Edwin Robert Jack Jane his Mother mrs Anna Stark of a later. Miss Doris Stark and tw.0 Brothers Roy and win fled who reside Here a sifter mrs. James Seneca Raits and a brother Rex of Reay inv services were held sunday pm bar Mth at 1-o clock at the Al Church. Rev. J. H. Bailey of Eldred and of it on lating interment was in Rose Hill cemetery Smith in 1914 new Aee edited in the Crosby ice tool until she was married to of col Grove. After a year or two her love of teaching prompted her to resume she accepted a position it Betula she. Taught there thre years and was a ticks. L or Emow Noti mint of is Ift 24 either Enid re secrtrtaria.1 court Only ills. A lint dec to fix studts Froni Vicinity. And mull Yoiiro Iritzer at once Sului just Vern you will in the Raul Tel i Babylon to is in tin bulrushes to Saj nothing of us sculls in the Neft timid atm Aid armaint Diioli. Llev Archt Licot pm Thor Lomp Nln to about the Clos ill kit n he the toil but column pop of tin it Tifrit Bible iii1 con met a. Thich i teis by div Virld that emf Timok costs to the null i. Iron the it Ai it ftoiili1 Fil u in it Imus of i Nril Niles nor to mrs George Bliven the Mahy friends of mrs. Georg Bliven o Marvin saddened by the news of her death which occurred tuesday morning. September her Home where she had. Been non Llort for. The list Star and in Loi the list two pc irs _ la elms Hao Berf Bliven born nov 4.1.880-in Stockholm. her i Charles a a Jirberg she the Tom to am Erica. Two years of Rige Ami lived w Taug Jit until Thi time of her death. Mrs. Kanwin we in sex a Eisent teacher. Very Earnest and Leonci Entous her. Best efforts for Good of her pupils. Her win Nln personality endeared her to whom she came in Contact and her death will mourned by Host friends. The Many Beautiful Floral off tiring bore mute testimony of the place she held in the hearts of All who her the love and which the. Pupils and the Norwich town ship schools held for her was Manifest by the Flag standing at half Mast Over tie building where taught a and the closing of schools Dur ing her funeral. Hanson was. A member of the Hist of Torii out Nurt of the woman s Benefit Assoc a funeral services were held at Tho Home. September 10th ati2 o clock. Rev. Bailey officiating the Hallst Rora Brothers of set the part swing. Abide with me de Rita ii and Day Well wuss invade. In Lluch j i in in Mil i t a Lidoli Loii i l ii Lino i ii Ion u u Mii rur. I Anel finds no if 111 he Pri Icci. 11. H in to nil to 0 is m a i 10 we 1 sch Fiol Kiili St i Clis i Foi if to Lull .0111111 lilt Tismis Loi Iii 11 no Moi ii ing Wor top sick enl Mil in miss Keith in Munuz or Tulsi timers us Btu do i net i i re Tiu to it of Corlitt Nulty Tortu p m Cli Ristia. And Cor soul ctr a pm Vennt and prof talk hour to All Bertha circus pc lint popular evening service Macginn Tatj with a 15 in Tunuto song service singing your favorite hymns with the help of the Vio Lins a Pratti and a Hearty invitation to All having no Church Home it meeting for Bible study and Praise. Methodist. Episcopal Church the usual held Sun pal Church at 10 30 followed Sun Day school at 11 4o St Priscillas Guild vill meet Friday penning at 8 of clock an important business meeting. Jews a scr in year., september 22 on Tho of monday Ertem Ter jewry the will in the Jacw year known in ish life in. Al s. And temples of the world there will. Be. Held religious services that evening Ivsich will Mark the beginning of Trie year 5g9l-of the hebrew Caleri Dar. Has filled. With Cement. Alfred Hinchliffe who is employed at the Mckean county refinery was painfully injured Monda when he got his eyes filled with Cement . At work. Or. Chadwick treated his in juries which were not serious infant Dies the six months of daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Chovin of Betula. Sled wednesday 17th of intestinal influenza. Bucktail Post elects officers from William Nell Sprank bar Bozir Maur ice Rosebloom or w a. Ostrander and Percy. Ruperts. Attend wreck of the and 8 a the ligation from the. Post attended the wreck of the "40 and 8in Brad Ford evening which was at tended by members arid candidates from All intr a Bftts in the county. Tie following officers. Were elected for the coming year chef do Morton chef be Lind Holup Fennell commis Keefe Rogalsky c. Marsh Obird de la Humgerford the county to quire with the Box locomotive which von first prize at the state convention in was present an d helped the evening a grand Success. After initiation of several now Merfi Bers delicious refreshments cd Tiki i him Sirvert mrs Whiteh Oad o and mrs. Clif Ford Myers of olefin. Nicce. Mar vits of Oleah. Married to a Corse Bli Ven inv Stein. For jury. 3. 183s. Liitt they Hutc made their. Home Here for a Lori she had u invite Circle of friends Watib admired do Foi her Tine Luallie Felu is by it husband ii orc Lintn of Whir uis Birk of Csc mud o of by Ohtis Cli wild for of of Mlih Itei iry of c Minini Oik a obit of Altti 1 Mil o Pumila Mil Iii it 2 us in tin. Filiti in Linn t of tin 1 v i m Lich i t i Othi or i t. R i in Kif i of till u Charles Hylan non Sci hint him i i in he i h i i t i i n lot in u pm acc Liok i i to in. V Iii rain Sui Knibb uni Ai to Horn stun lit Hantl spun to t Ufa his life1 in he b Tiari on Stltt old lion tits m Ift Naa Ond Twenty on Days ago Irtoli it to relatives mrs. James of mrs. Mary Eugenia Tancl York oily and seven nephews and nieces c of the deceased funeral services were held monday morning at old o clock at the residence of c w Shattuck father p j Dana Hue Ofack Atung. In the Hylan lot in St. Elizabeth s cemetery Mary e. Tafel and son Harry of i imps. A c Gormly. Arid attended the funeral mrs. A b. Simpkins mrs. J. Resident of. Sheffl eld and former Resi Dent of Smethport a a Seaway Mon Day morning september 15th1 at the Home. Of her daughter mrs. Lloyd Kutin offing Street., where she. Was brought three. Weeks ago. Mrs. Simpkins had been Serlo isly. In All summer and her daughter who nursed her with True Devotion to the spent most of her time Sheffield caring for her. She finally brought her to her own Home several weeks ago. was. There the death Angel visited her. Elizabeth Sparks Simpf ins was born october at Glass Bro. A a she. Was the daughter of or. Arid mrs. Sparks. March 1893 to a. B. Simpkins. They moved to 1907and re to Gahr Gaffney of is Lawrence 2b p. Eberl. Of if Burgess c , p totals to Sheffield where they have lived for the past twelve years. Mrs. Simpkins was a member of the methodist Church and of the p. A. She beloved in her Home and Well liked by All who knew. Her. She endured her Jong ill Ness bravely. A True. Christian fortitude and patience. The surviving relatives Are her Hus band. B. one daughter. Mrs. Lloyd Kohn. Of King Sheet one soil Norm in Simpkims ser Geant in the marines two grandchild Ren and. One half mrs. Helen Sparks. Wheeler of Marlborough mass. Services will be held today tit is. The methodist Rev. Arthur Gregson of Boll a will be Well Worth Yar ofic lating interment will be in Rose Hill cemetery. instruction nil. Tow Way Mont i course easily completed in 12 Mont Sace advkhti8c in the Sikir have it Donl now As we have fall prices which Abe right. We Are ready Fob any kind of furniture. Voting machines whup Are Noni Lutiny Ulo Tion of to in to inn us urn Tuit i s Intuit h n i i i not tin uti it Kcf to 1 1 i i 1 f to its to i i c i i h i w la ill i 1 i ii in it in Al p u i i i Iff ii i k i t i m it 1 to c Al t Mil of it Lull l 1 in ull1. Us n in i unit i i 11 u t t Dulude in m n t Uhi ii i i v t it nut Iii loin u t u i Kirri i .1 Pir edit lit Iii Tun Fuyii mrs of liven Petruni of i Bimi i Yolk stale hid i Rulu Tiou of i Pir Curt from eighteen to ten Ulli Warwick it on int fount it Kiuei its of strict from truer to seventy tour to forty Smitn. Districts a Creasa o 2fr per cent. Tor More Rochester. A y., has had machines. It one of the Pioneer cities it still Hai Thor Machles of 1s commissioner of elections and authority Lor. This r Setlif Takt defeats St. Marys Colts continued from Page one Rosintoski s. Three base hit Rosinus Tirawi Tohle wjieii1 the it the Ball after receiving it. From the Catcher seventh framer Peterson doubled. Petruzzi grounded Mcdermott singled scoring a Kohn singled Sprague singled scoring Sci Dermott. To Simitoski need out. A. Kohn doubled scoring Kohn and Sprague h. Peeler singled scoring l. Kohn. J. Peeler grounded out. The Box score Smethport As r h e j. Petruzzi s s Mcdermott 1st , of Sprague p Rosqui Tosici. 3b l. Kohn 2b Peeler c j. A . If. Totals marys .37 9 1.2 1 Abr a e Star theatre Friday and saturday 19 and 20 Soletro Goldwyn Motyer stupendous hit september 23 and 24 Charles Bickford and r Raquel the sea Bat she promised herself to the Man who sea Bat. Thrills that Wall stay for Ever in your memory. The cuckoos watch for it .31 0 63 Beha h ii .aii-s.iars. Here Suh Day next sunday afternoon at Das Wisht Savins Benh s learn picked fro i. All the Ball clubs of Bradford which is acclaimed As Brad Ford s Best will crossbars with., the Smethport county chs melons. This is expected to be a thrill my game a n d j feeling. Mrs. Hans sirs. Hans Wal Hano Wii and esteemed resident of Colegrove e died at her Home sunday septem Ber 7th. Her sudden death was a Shock to her Many friends despite the fact that she had been 111 for the past three months. Tho deceased was a daughter of or. All stars. Mlet. a Highway Dyven s All stars will play the state Highway married men sunday Horn o clock at the new Mccoy stad Iurii. Baw Bali games juices rubber men handed the Ink 10-fl defeat last Friday even ing. The game went six innings. This Friday evening these two teams will meet again at 6-p. In. The new pall Knox and Miller Felts Are in to fashioned of Lustrous they re styled to fit the face As Well As the head let us recommend one for your Typ e. The Pella la getting the Savl Wii that to future no financial difficulties for him he s taken the most important step to Success by saying As he barns a Fine example for All Young folks How about you better get started1 an account with the 4. T a Hamlin Bank and Trust cd no. 115 main Street d m. Matthews mgr. No. 313 main Street John Larson mgr fruit and vegetable specials for Friday and saturday sept. Oan Niho 29 fancy celery no 1 cooking 50-lb 15 fancy Large baskets tomatoes 58c Fanoy game grown it baskets per iceberg grocery specials for Friday and saturday sept. 19 and 20 our Best bread 8 bbl sack 79o our Best bread Flqur-r-bbl., Camp s 23c Best yet Pancake in. Sacks 39c or Plain Cuba Dairy and 28c chips or chips Ken l dog cans 25c fancy Pink Alaska pure Cane 1.00 2% fancy no. 1 -t-2 dans 49c Best yet 36c our Best Coffee imported by us distributed by us eliminating. Cost fancy package Cost and salesmen Cost. That is Why we can sell so High a Grade of Coffee at 3 ibs. For Slio

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