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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - April 5, 1928, Smethport, Pennsylvania Democrat thursday april 5, 1928 Mckean Democrat Shat port pa., thurs., april 6, 1928 local Penci Lings Imra Elizabeth Purtle in suffering from a serious attack of illness. A Eon born to or. And mrs. Seth Davia of Gilford la St thursday. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Lloyd Moore of Alt Alton last a Kroc Dahl Iron local jeweler has purchased a Buick Sedan through the local Cooper Agency. Mra. Flora Haven of Smethport admitted to Tho Bradford Hospital for treatment last Friday. Mrs. E. H. Sou Tenvick Haa been confined to her Home on King Street by illness during the past week. Mrs. Floyd Nichols my mrs. Fred Herriman were tiie Hoatossc-3 at St. Priscilla a Guild monday evening. Mrs. Catherine Lorner is seriously 111 text the Home of her daughter mrs. A. H. Gallup of Youngb Vullo a. Joseph Ross of Marvin Street has purchased a new Chrysler Sedan through the East Side garage Agency. G. Edwards of Rochester n. Y., has purchased a Chrysler roadster through the local Bast Side garage Agency. Mrs. Leo Herzog was called to Bradford the first of the week by the serious illness of her Nephew Jimmy con Flaky a gentle reminder How Best to remember your boy is found in Mon Helmer a on this Page of the Democrat. Or. And mrs. Marshall Passmore of Rew City Are the parents of a daughter born last thursday at the Bradford Hospital. Mrs. A. R. Livermore and miss Carrie a. Day entertained Tho members of Tho Coronada Camp fire at dinner at the. Home of tiie former tuesday evening at o clock. Or. And mrs. Frank Dunbar who have resided in Smethport for the past two years have moved their household goods to Olean where they have again taken up their residence. The condition of George Denning retired Smethport business Man who has been suffering from 8. Long and serious illness at his Home on main Street still remains extremely critical. Mrs. John Connors of water Street a convalescent from the severe injuries she suffered recently when she fell on an icy sidewalk an Accident in which site sustained a fractured Arm. Miller Stickles of Bast Smethport submitted to a surgical operation at Tho Mcgranor Hospital port Allegany co Day last week from which he is recovering in a satisfactory manner. Miss lord leaves today for Muncie pa., where she will spend her vacation with her parents. She will be accompanied by miss Virginia her 206 who will be her guest during the vacation. Members of Tho k. K. A. Attended Tho services held at the Baptist Church last evening. This evening is scheduled As ladies night members of clubs and Socie Ruea will be april meeting of Mckean chapter daughters of the America n revolution will be held at Tho Home o mrs. Mabel w. Haines 408 Bast ma3n Street Bradford on thursday april 12 at p. M. Miss Clara Kessler and her guest in As Limicy Mason of Brooklyn and the hisses Phyllis and Janet Herzog bar Bara. Bouton Joan Morrison and Joyce Jones were in Bradford saturday afternoon to see Rin tin tin. Or. And mrs. Merle criss and family Are moving to Belmont n. This week where or. Criss will have Chargo of the Market Basket store they have sold their House on Hilton Avenue to mrs. Mildred Iddings. John. Mccarthy local contractor who has been engaged in the erection of the new factories of the Quinn chemical interests at Glenfield n. Arrived Home the latter part of last week to spend Kaster. Mrs. Tony Sherro accompanied her sister mrs. B j. Sweeney who a discharged from the Bradford Hospital recently after undergoing a surgical operation to Pittsburgh last week where she will visit for two weeks. George Harbour local contractor who recently returned from the Mill and fill Moro Hospital Buffalo where he underwent a critical surgical operation. Is regaining Good health in a manner which is most Gratifying to his Many friends. The misses Vej Gleston and Jayne evangelists who have been conducting revival services at the Ifni Otist Church Oli Apel exercises at Smethport 31igh school yesterday. Miss Jayne played n Primo and Cornet Solo and miss Eggleston addressed Tho pupils. A new floor was recently Laid in the residence of Warley Giffort on Xung Street by Alfred Johnson Well known local Carpenter. Last week the Jet. Stickles paint co. Surfaced the floor with their new electric floor sur facing machine which gives a perfect surface on any floor. E. G. Chase inventor of the color de Glass masks for electric Light bulbs manufactured by the chaos mfg. Co. Of site Borough returned Home thursday Frozen Cleveland Ohio where to at the first annual school of instruction in electrical illumination conducted at he Nela Park school that City. Mrs. Earl Terry Well known local lady who recently underwent a major surgical operation at Tho Mallard fill morn Hospital Hull Alo is recovering in a most satisfactory manner. Or. Terry George Onny Nhill Phyllis Brown and Louise Van lad motored to Buffalo sunday where they visited mrs. Terry at the Hospital. Three rooms in Tho picker Gill bakery on m Nin Street have been newly painted and pro sent a very attractive appearance. The work was done by Tho m. Stickles paint co. Or. Pickersgill is quoted As Maying it was a very Fine Job and he was Plens exl to learn such wonderful could he obtained by Tho modern method of Spray painting. At a meeting of Bucktail Post american legion held monday night at which routine business was Dib posed of refreshments Wero served at the conclusion of Tho meeting. At this mex Long the Post adopted the regular american legion ritual of conducting Moll nos which will prevail future. The ritualistic work is described As impressive personal Points Fayo Hen Len of Kano spent ibo Svedok end with relatives hero. Mccarthy resumed saturday from a Weka visit in Pittsburgh j. Hainlin returned Home Mon Day from an extended Southern trip. Lye i Hungiville Lias returned Homo from a Huhl Ness trip to Buffalo shr truck who attn do Catho Lic Washington la Home for easter Helen Rogers and Mesa Mao Chato Wero Olean visitors tuesday afternoon. Iva Bacon of Dubols pa., spent the. Week end with her father d. M. Bacon. Ami mrs. T. S. Schinks were visiting relatives in Pittsburgh during Tho past week. And mrs. Grasp Union grocery stores inc. Eggs direct from the Hennery to 290 butter guaranteed finest obtainable. 2 ibs cheese finest n. State whole in 310 Jack Frost 4x 3 Tbs 270 above prices in effect All Day thurs., Fri. Sat. Rome Newman tale arrives today k. G. Potter left tuesday evening for a Brief visit to new York City. N. Ca i w c 11 an 0 c h url is Caj j Well of Marvin Creek were in town on business tuesday. Hed Field is Home new York City to visit his parents air and mrs. H. H. Cd Flold. Clara a Cuyler left wednesday morning for Binghamton n. Y., where she will visit relatives. Raymond Day Spont wednes Day in port Allegany with her sister s. Gordon master Billy Jones of Buffalo n. Y., is Tho guest of his k Rand parents or. And mrs. E. W. Jones. Jones returned to Saltsburg Tho for by of Tho week where to at tends Kiskil Venetas Academy. Joseph Cleveland and son Junior of Buffalo were guests of or. And mra. C. K. Gregory sunday. C. W. Shattuck returned Horae yesterday from an extended visit with relatives in new York City. Lucile Hovis of Bradford spent the week end Here with her parents or. And mrs. W. A. Clovis. H. My Gowan of Roxbury conn., is the guest of his sister mra. H. A. Herzog and family this week. We. Pierotti and miss Irene Gabriel left saturday night for a visit to new York returning Home yester Day. And mrs. Henry Kield son Harry and daughters and june visited relatives in Hazelhurst Sun Day. Agnes Mundy who is employed in Olean spent sunday with h or parents or. An d mrs. J Osol i Mundy. And mrs. Warren Williams and laughter Jane of Olean Spont sunday with or. And mrs. C. K. Gregory and family. Johnson of Warren a. And Gunnar Johnson of Jamestown n. Y., spent sunday at the Home of Olal Hector. B. Oviatt of Genesee pa., waa a guest of his Mother mrs. Victoria Oviatt of Farmers Valley Friday and saturday. Edna Bloomster was Home from Bradford to spend the week end with her James Bloomster Hose Orr returned to her Home in Warren on sunday after a week s vie it with her no Ece mra. Rose Herzog. A student at i spend his easter vacation with his mrs. Alfred Ashworth. W. Ii. Reynolds and children Harold and Katherine leave this eve Ning for West Chester pa., for a. Ten Days visit with relatives. Beckwith of Olean n. Y., a guest of or. And mrs. Lewis Stein Hauer of Farmers Valley was calling on acquaintances in town monday. Harriet Jones who teaches in Buffalo arrived Home saturday to spend her easter vacation with her parents or. And mrs. E. W. Jones. Theo Freeman who teaches in the de troit City schools is spend ing the easter vacation with her parents or. And mrs. C. W. Freeman. And mra. Hobert p. Brownel 1 Ami children Mai a Eliseo and Robert jr., leave this afternoon for Baltimore to spend Tho easter vacation with relatives. Misses Phyllis Gillette and Marian Newman arc expected Home today from Washington in a. Where they attend school to spend the Buster vacation. Ernul n. Student at Allegheny College a Caziville pm. Is spending Tho easter vacation with bus parents or. And mrs. A. X. Capwell of Marvin of the m. Stickles painting company motored to Austin and Coil Cusport Friday to estimate on Ono of Tho largest painting jobs in this Section of the country. S Louise red Field and her Gur St miss Alice Foye of of non. Neb., returned to Washington u c., saturday where they Aro students at mount Vernon Seminary Margaret Workley arrived Homo tuesday from sync who where attends Syracuse University to spend her vacation with her parents or. And mrs. E w. Work lofty. Ada studholme returned to Elim n. Tuesday to resume her studies in Tho Elmira women s College after Ber easter vacation with her father e. A. Studholme. Wayne Cumming and rom Ifrah Ter Susan returned to their Homo in Russell pa., on sunday after spend ing a work with the former s parents. Or. And mrs h. L. Mccoy. Eleanor Hiibner and Janet who n i lend 1ho Cir tale school in now York City arrived in Tow n y Carter Clay to so n d 1110 i a St or vacation at the Siomo of mrs. Famlin. M. Was Home from n. Y., and Anont the week end with mrs. Non . Sho left sunday afternoon for incl non where will visit re Tatevos before returning to . Ida Thomas of Emporium who has been spending he Winter with in Duluth arrived in town Friday to Vish her daughter Arra. M. G. Gorman and family. Mrs. Gorman motored to a Tunilo Friday to moot her Mother. who been to guest of miss Calra ices Sec a for Tho two left Tuow Liy for her Homo in Brooklyn. Y., for a Short Vail Soforo re turning to Smith Collar whore she is of Tho senior Cash. Bacon Armour s banquet 1-2 in sliced inc peaches grand Union or Del can is Ginger ale Cliquot club Pale or golden___2 bottles 2gc Coffee Pocono blend. Crib 470 shrimp Large size. No. I can inc Apple sauce grand Union. No. 2 can i5c Jelly eggs finest in inc walnuts Diamond Brand budded per in 330 peas grand Union Early can 270 Chili sauce Snyder s 8 of. 250 pickles Heinz. Small 22c Cream eggs chocolate coated. 2 for go Catsup Pocono. Large bottle 230 chocolates grandee asst. I in 490 easter at methodist Church at the morning service at the methodist episcopal Church last Sim Day Rov. Archit Mcdougald baptized Claudia Ann daughter of or. And mrs. Claude bullers Phyllis Jane daughter of or. And mrs. Loyd Kohn Shirley Jean daughter of or. And mrs. Kermit Winslow and Eltheda. May. Slaughter of or. And mrs. Milford Ija Throp. Three More were admitted by letter to membership. A Good Friday service will to held holy week and easter at St. Luke s episcopal Church Maundy communion a. M. Morning prayer a. M. Evening prayer and preparation for easter communion a m. Good prayer a. M. Three hours service to p. M. Children s service p evening prayer and intercessions p. M. Easter eve com in the Church Friday evening at Munson a. It. Morning prayer o clock at which Tho sacrament of the p. M. Evening prayer and lord s supper will be administered. Baptism p. My the easter service will be held at j easter communion the usual hour o clock next sunday morning. There will be Good special music and an appropriate message for the Day. All who wish to provide Flowers for Church decoration As a memorial gift will please have them at the Church by noon saturday. Death of e. H. Simpler the death of e. Harvey simpler a. Well known Glass worker who with his wife resided the Daya this was one of Al her Glass manufacturing centers in this Section of the country occurred at his Home in Vineland n. J., last week according to word by or. And mrs. F. A. Green of King Street. The funeral and burial occurred in Vine land last saturday. Vandernick Kafoed his Man in the boxing tournament at the armory in Bradford last night kid Vandernick local he Pound Box fighter proved his supremacy Over Jimmy Colletti Olean bantamweight Pride when he knocked Tho Olean Battler out in the second round of their scheduled 4-round bout. A Largo delegation of local fans saw last night s fight card. Big St. Marys fire a fire swept the business Section of St. Marys yesterday destroying two 3-Story buildings contain ing Tho Gross sporting goods store the Mayer billiard parlor the american Ive Gion club rooms and a number of other tenants. A holy communion and address a. M. Evening prayer am carols p. M. All saints Chapel East Smith communion. A m. Evening prayer p. M. Notice owing to the fact that the auction Sale of m. H. Kelly will be in Progris next saturday afternoon april. 7, the Community auction. Will to held Sal urday evening1, beginning at o clock. People of Smethport and v of Nulty Are invited to bring articles o any kind to the Eberspacher Bull Dan where they will be sold to the High is bidder. No charge for storage Adl b. W. Jones licensee1, auction dec easter Flower Sale on thursday Friday and saturday at the Gabriel store an attractive Dos play of Lowers for Kauter. U Stanley bi1tght. Adv lightning struck woman struck by a Holt of lightning Din ing a storm monday. Mrs. Michael Groll 28, of St. Marys has since remained unconscious. Physicians expect her re covery. K Kano of Kush qua was a Smethport business visitor saturday. Cooked food Sale the ladles of the swedish Iju thyran Church will conduct a cooked food Sale at Tho Lindholm grew by next saturday afternoon. Adit for Sale or rent Iso acre farm. A Good Opportunity to the right party. Call or address Geo. Richards and vi4 if A of a. Card party at St. Kliza Hoth s Church Hall next tuesday evening april 10. Tick ets 50 cents. A lilt remember the boys for easter 4-piece suits coat Tong and Short pants Are priced this week at Aruj As Low is a splendid of rot Lorna to choose from. For Tajoya from 6 to 18. Wonderful men s top coat w. Monheimer Star theater saturday april 7 Mahy Astor and Hughes in no Ali act to c5o. A Broadway to South Kea comely Romance. No show Friday night this week tuesday april 10 Ricardo cortex in the of t1h3 sea. Patho news Etc. Coming Dove in in Britte. Tiik Stol feel miserable this Spring to to Well your kidneys must function properly. Spring find you tired nervous and depressed arc you stiff and achy subject to nagging backache drowsy headaches and dizzy Spelli Are kidney excretions too frequent scanty or burning in too often this indicates sluggish kidneys and should t be neglected. Doaris pills a stimulant dim Stic increase the of the kidneys and thus Aid in the elimination of impurities. Dart s ate endorsed everywhere. Your neighbor pills 60c a stimulant diuretic kidneys co. . The Cream of the tobacco crop o to demoed Underwood Willie Hoppe Champion billiard player writes the slightest cough or Throat irritation might be fatal during a close match. On this account i prefer Luckiest As a steady diet. They have never irritated my Throat or caused the slightest cough. I going to stick Vith it s toasted no Throat irritation no cough. The american tobacco co., inc. Cut Flowers for All occasions Graham Florist 9 Kennedy Street phone 455 Bradford a. Ave a life Pennsylvania safety Campaign april 2 to 30th state department of highways pa., March 12, 1928 Smethport garage co. Dear sirs this la official notification of your appointment As a Pennsylvania official inspection station for the safi3ty save a life Campaign from april 2 to april 30, inclusive you have been assigned official sention n o. 1271. Your Earnest Anil sincere co operation is desired in your riving a very careful inn Cllon of nil motor vehicles brought to your station. 1 free inspection is to to Given All motor vehicles. If Stajno forc found to to faulty and it is for you to put the Notor vehicle in Safe condition it a expected that you Chargo

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