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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - April 20, 1922, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Rage two the Mckean Democrat april 20, 1922 fishing time on the merry Waters of Chatterbox Creek Are eng aug joyous songs of Ter tide As they Ripple Over the gravel and in Tho eddies or play hide and seek around the logs and roots that have fax in in their Way. Lovers of music and nature who Are so fortunate As to loiter by this pleasantly loquacious Mountain Stream Ore enchanted and Thrlee blessed iia they j listen to the Waters flowing Over the old Dikeman dam raise Ither voices at Fearly Dawn in the 1a Little farther downstream Tho current sings of the Little now minks that Are hidden by Neath an old stump of Tho new Musquash families that Are moving in at Tho of Liny Bearl cts in the Many Star families on the hillsides songs of dewy eyed fawns and of Little foxes and Lillep rabbits and tiny squirrels. A Cascade Binge legends of the red men and of Tho and of Tho Wolf and of the Lynx while a demure Littre Pool Mur Mars carols of love to Tho buds and blossoms and to the Sweet woodsy smells and flow for scents. Paeans of Joy Lulla Blos of love car ols of springtime. Bennie and Jennie the do Feinan Bear cubs Well under stand the language of the Waters and of the winds out Lioy applaud tha messages of with sighs of deep Content As they while away these Golden hours of the budding Spring dozing on the Banks of life Chatterbox or Gaz ing into its sparkling Depths for a glimpse of darting Trout. When from tree tops the Robins her the approach of an april Shower the Little beara reluctantly leave their dream place and scamper for Home where they will be Aulo to wheedle the gentle Harriett into rewarding their Capers and tricks and hugs with a bounteous repast of cake and Maple sugar and Oiler goodies too numerous for. Their tummies but delighting to their greedy Little palates spoiled Happy Luttio Bear kids dwelling in a Adise of nature loved beyond measure by their is a kindly Fate. Their air guns have been hidden that the Bearlee May not molest the nesting Birds and their vigorous de mands and pitiful pleadings for Poss Ossion of the Felt fishing tackle have so fur been of no Avail but when we visit them again it is highly probable the cubs will be fishing for dear Ufa and dearer pleasure. Last of Pur Soldier dead Are brought Home Hill second degree Nide Woy april of murder in the second was tie sur prising rendered in the ease of the Commonwealth avg. William Hill charged with the killing of Margaret t Johnson Jurg on Decem Ber 12, 1321. According to newspaper Trio i. Who followed the Case closely expected a verdict of first degree or that the jury would decide accountable for his actions. Immediately following the Verlot we Ipoh was Given to the court at 9 o clock this morning a Roces of one hour was taken and upon the recon vening of tie court judge Bald imposed the following sentences res Folb Ilonna convicted of Mur Der in sit degree for the killing of Edward Dill it Jolon Sonburg on Tho night of december 4, 1021, Soto to be electrocuted Date not set Frank and Lorenzo Monea who pleaded i Riley to second degree Mur Der in the killing of Edwi Sixl Dill and Arthur i nacre were sentenced a Lollo we Frank to serve not less than 12 or m Oro than 16 years my Lorenzo not iras than ten or More than 12 years in the Western Penitentiary. William p. Hill second degree Mur Der for Tho killing of Margaret Wann Brodt not less than 111 or More than 20 years in Tho Western Penitentiary. Jacob who pleaded guilty two killing of his brother John heu Bor at Ca Wirf Elk county was sentenced to not less than or More than eight years in the Penitentiary. It a understood that Heuber who waa gassed and wounded while in service of Aroas during Tho War was not held entirely accountable for his action kid so Vokovitch of Johnsonburg convicted the second time for Viola lion of the liquor Laws was sentenced 009 in th9 and the present term of court has Bee this longest in the history of Elk county and was also by far the most largely attended. The various Murde cases especially that of William Hill attracted much interest and every Inch of the court room was occupied at a Hwy session. The room was Well crowded morning at 0 o clock when the filed in to deliver its verdict. A dam site. According to a local correspondent to an Exchange the installation of Jam sufficient water Power could b obtained to furnish enough electric Ity for this Borough near the sit of to prasent Reservoir on the bar Flen Hill at the Oast end of me chanic Street. J. Ii. Rasey has bought this dam site and property about it and if anything to the prop it can t be put Over too soon. Flew from Indiana to Johnsonburg for t a conference Johnsonburg pa., april Patton of Indiana arrived in Johnsonburg yesterday afternoon at by air Ane the machine Landing in a. Large Field at the Eastern extremity of this City. Or. Patton will Confer with Gibson Paine vice president of Tho now York and Pennsylvania paper company who arrived in Johnsonburg from new York yesterday morning. Or. Patton and Hla Pilot Laft Kokomo sometime yesterday morning. The trip waa Mado by air plane in order to save time As it requires 24 hours to make Tho same journey by Railroad. He will leave today providing the weather conditions do not interfere. This jury u. S. Senator William m. Culver of Brooklyn Spett King at the memorial services in the Brooklyn army Bise fur Tho bodies brought Home on s. S. Of the american War dead to be brought from Bruneo at the left is corp. Frank Abra Maou Marine corps War Veteran who marched in the Parade. He has two artificial Anna and suf fers from severe int crime injuries. Yet with his 13 honorable won War and valor medals he marched. Sunken Sloop being salvaged blames the chlorine the Sloop Carnation which Suhk after Hui us the Dock Wall at Felix owe lug land. Being salvaged by in English corporation powerful pumps Are shown taking the water out of the ship s holds. Immense ant Hill in Rhodesia where have Ull the fishes gone i says commissioner Hugh m. Smith of the Bureau of fisheries department of Commerce. It s the chlo Rlue which they put in the water lately to purify it and it has killed allow Bah some of which have been our friends for a teen years. Practically All the aed Bureau of fisheries have been killed by the presence of chlo Rlue in the water and the department is now faced with the problem of replenishing this valuable Indian a Good artist am b Senrra this forty fool ant Hill was removed by natives Northern Rhodesia be cause it was an obstacle to cultivation. The Job was by no Means us easy one. Gruesome decorations of a Church Lone Wolf a full Lilon ded Indian in at present in n new York where to has Heen causing considerable com ment with his of Indian life lie is seen Loru null aug the finishing touches on the wild horse he is n of the school of Art at los Angeles. A startling View of Tho Lurer Lor of the Chiapel of All spirits in near Kettenberg Czechoslovakia. The Church is decorated with limn a Yonos n Sharp reminder of the mortality of the human body. Selleti is on the Kulver Elbe 40 Miles East of Prague. Certainly. One of the Sturlis mrs. As Ullh la telling them in new York concerns a Cert in Noli Tenn he is n very sin Yular person. 1 had him to luncheon once in Downing Street and 1 Atni ined every nerve to Naku it a Good lunch Eon too. Well in was a food lunch Eon ind at lie end of it As he sipped his Forcee nil rolled his old Brandy ii ouf in its Luire Glass i said
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