Mckean Democrat in Smethport, Pennsylvania
20 Apr 1922

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20 Apr 1922

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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - April 20, 1922, Smethport, Pennsylvania The Mckean Democrat april 20, 1922 Page five Mckean Democrat Smethport pa., thursday april 20, 22 local cna4i w. Masser was a Bradford business visitor last saturday. Or. And mrs. Mellon Green Aro. Comfortably settled in the David Seh Luleff House on water Street. A mrs. Arthur Rice daughter Vivian and Eon Melbourne Are. Visiting their son and brother in Olean. Or. Ana mrs. M. G. Oakley Dau Futer Florence Mas Stella Larson and Carl Hagman sunday. Were Buffalo visitors f. W. Brownell and daughter Hasa Harriet Aro spending the week Gale ton Guesta of or. And mrs. Robert Halpenny and Grace Oliu Azaad will entertain the to Moevs of the Wah Wah Tayseer club with a dinner at on april 27, at the Home of the latter. All members unable to be present must Nolty the hostesses not later than april 26. Or. And mrs Chas. A. Henderson. Will leave on Friday for Pittsburg where they will make their Home in the future. Their Many friends regret to see them leave but Hope that they meat with Success and Prosperity in their new Home or. And mrs. Frank Hartnett of Colville were business visitors in town one Day last week. Miss Katherine Slagle and mrs. John Bender were called to Bradford recently because of the illness of the former s Mother mrs. Go. Cochran who is suffering with blood poisoning la her hand. Glenn Mencer has gone to Cullors Ville n. A. Where he has employment. And or. Simon Anderson of Wetonka South Dakota formerly of Clermont and a brother of mrs. M. G. Oakley of Smethport Are Trio proud parents of twins a boy and girl born March 29. Miss Eulalia Scott of Bradford spent a few hours in town with her parents on sunday. Miss Esther. Swanson who recently underwent in operation for appendicitis at the Bradford Hospital has completely recovered and returned to Lier Limo in Liis Borough lost week. Blaster sunday was a Beautiful Spring Day. Or. And mrs. Verne Hopkins of Kano spent sunday with their Daugh Ter mrs. Bessie Monagan of this Bor Ough. Mrs. R. A. And daughter Anna were Bradford visitors thurs Day capt. Mellville Gillett who was recently on a business Mission to the Southwest spent several Days at his Home in this Borough last week Leav ing thursday night for Washington d. C. A miss Alice Irons was a Bradford visitor last thursday. Last wednesday be Viking sixty members of the Queen Esther tax age of Rebek Abs of Bradford paid a visit to the local Lodge and put on the de Groe work. Miss Anna Haley being in charge of the installation of the local officers who were mrs. Glennl n. G. Mrs. Ethel cunning Liam Wai sen mrs. George Ross conductor mrs. Wade Bui Dick chaplain mrs. Peart we Solon r. S. N. G. Miss Eva. Hoffman s. N. G. Mrs. J. J. John Ston r. S. V. G. Mrs. John Digel. To. S. V. G. John Digel inside guard Ian Anthony Anderson outside guard Ian altar supporters mrs. Mcahon and mrs. Peterson. The regular monthly business meeting of the Wah Wah Tayseer club was held at the Home of Helen Boiton on tuesday evening. April 31 a Constitution was adopted and by Laws for the club accepted. The pro Gram was in charge of mrs. A Lent Grace Olmstead Sang sweetheart in her usual pleasing manner after Tir Ownell. Taylor and Allerio Mccarthy students no Geneseo no Muil school. N. A. Spent the easter vacation with their parents or. Mid mrs. E. W. Or. And mrs. C. O. Taylor and or. And airs. J. S. Mccarthy. Bessio and Ingeborg Otto son who spent the Enster vacation with their parents or. And mrs. John Ottoson returned monday to California whore Trio former is a Tea Cliea and Tho latter a student in Tho Normal school. To or. And mrs. N. H. Gloa son of Green Street wednesday april 13. A daughter Joan Marion. Fun no d. Cramer and miss Josephine Cramer were in Erio last week Liei a miss Cramer underwent an operation for the removn.1 of tonsils. M. M. Pomeroy who has been a guest of her husband in Clarksburg r. Keasler and mrs. Win. To daughter of or. And mrs. I Vernham Wero Bradford visitors Mon Otto Okerlund has been very i Tho read Short Day. Past few weeks. Regular mooting of the Smith Baw. My. Alld mr8_ Arthur min Mur Gatot Workley Frances port of women voters will Boot Oil our perfectly Good old in Tho Parish House wednesday Load sunday and they had a. New car veiling at o clock at which time Tilo waa atm on 10 following program was Given William Fulmer Purl Iascu a ending articles xxx inclusive slate looking work horse of Kyd pea Harry Buckun. By of Kew ally ill Atlon and Dalles of j Itra. A. P. Reeves spent thursday trs. Wado Burdock. The budget with her parents Fanny Cramer. The or Elul mrs William Ford of port Luty a country Bank owes to the Allegany. Or. Ford in in very poor r. E. Burdock health. Lamlin Bank Trust co. Jar Tony and i son and irs. C. W. . Eon Thomas Wero easter guests of her and mrs. Clint Clark of Clarion parents or. And mrs. Lew Thomas pent sunday guests of his parents or. A miss Gladys Hackett of Indianna and mrs. T. H. Clark. Pm spent the easter holidays at her Stiim tire engine of the Homo in Stickle hollow Imel port Hose company was Given Mary Mather of Buffalo was at n exhaustive test at Tho Dike yester Nei. Home on Tho e. Valley Road ii afternoon and waa found to be East Smethport school is a i splendid working order. Glut in on the map All right. Two big Allen Park who Haa been a. Holidays for easter. West of mrs. Thomas Camp for Tho Imu Abbey was a dinner guest at ast few weeks loft for Pitts Burg James Mccabe s saturday he stopped tuesday where she will visit her Sis on Home to visit nowt Hyde or for Ono week before returning to and mrs. Guy Dickinson Eon or Home in san Antonio Texas. Raymond misses Carrie and Cathron Malcom who has been pm Orlatt were calling at n. U. Hyde s Oloyed at the Plant of the monday. Is window Glass co., Hamilton. Mrs. O. D. N Ouray was in Bradford is o. Cutter1 returned to tuesday. Sunday. W. C. Hyde is dressing on Wolf Carlson the main run for Art Wilson of Coryville. Treet shoe dealers have installed an miss Thelma Dunn of Cory Vullo was american burnishing and finishing n. Guest saturday of miss Audrey Lydo machine in their repair department. On the e. Valley Road. 5 the machine which is motor propel miss Clara Oviatt has returned in d is of the latest design and will be from a few week s stay in Bradford. A splendid asset to that establishment. Mrs. O. D. Tourso and daughter game protector Carl Ben miss Gladys were in Olean saturday on of it. Jewett waa a Smethport Little Ellen and master Ted James visitor wednesday and informed the Hyde Are on the sick list. Democrat that to is hot on the Trail misses Gladys Bray and Cibira Orlatt if dog owners who allow their dogs and Tourso entertained Young o roam at Large. In James City the non from port Allegany sunday other Day ill. Benson rounded up three miss Gertrude and Jerome Mccarthy persons who allowed their dogs to run. W. Va., for Tho past three weeks will return Homo today. Mrs. F. W. Specht returned to her Home in Altoona monday after an extended visit with or. And mrs. A. F. Specht and miss Edna Specht. Arthur Mcdermott was culled to Buffalo sunday by the serious illness of his wife who is a patient in the general Hospital. Mrs. 3 condition is still serious. Rev. W. B. Kill of Camien. N. A. Will preach morning and Cven no at the Baptist Church next sunday. If you Are listening in 1 on what s going on in this town you la hear very favourable comments about Monheimer s offering this week. Read ils and on this Page. Smell report business places presen Ted a most attractive appear Ance Dur no the easter season. A particularly effective and Beautiful display window Vas arranged at the Masser Bros. Which mrs. Want sketch on Birds. Puchle Marshall read an article on our Warbler the members of the club pleased to have mrs. A. L. Rob Inson present and pleasantly surprised when mrs. Wiant called upon her co. Store which much attention. Bluer a student at Buck Neil University is spending the easter holidays with his parents or. And mrs. J. W. Butzer. B. Guncheon is a Karrl Saburi business visitor plus week. To or. And mrs. Paul Hill cry of Cambridge mass., at die Home of mrs. Hillery s parents or. And mrs. T. F. Hungiville of this Borough monday april 17, 1922, a. Daughter. C. Burlingame a. Former Smith boy who during die past ten years has held an important executive position with the general electric co. Erie. Pa., has been compelled to seek eat due to failing health and has been granted a six month s leave of absence by the company to recuperate or and mrs. Burlingame and child Ren have removed from Erie to a farm near Medina. N. Y., where he will seek relaxation. Or. Burlingame suffered severe attack of tons Litls and Giuins a number of weeks ago and since the time has failed to rally from the 111 Ness. His Many Smethport friends will Hope for his speedy recovery Burlingame of Erie has been a guest of his parents. and mrs h. Burlingame of Kasson and i. Son Fred Burlingame of Smethport during the past week. Or. Bur Llagami was a caller at the Democrat office monday. E. M. of Brockway Ville spent sunday tie guest of he Mother mrs. Etta Bush of East Smith port Grace Kerr of Olean spen the week end with her sister mrs. Or Ville Halpenny. Bernard Ball entertained thre tables at cards at her Home on Bank Street saturday afternoon. Regular meeting of the Smith travellers club on saturday a Well attended and very interesting the sex Tette Sang several selections in their usual pm Ensins style and mrs John Cater Sang two Charmin solos. The papiers were the o by miss Emma Tretton an the paper Industry by mrs. O. J Hamlin. Both were excellent an to read her interesting paper on our held the closest interest. Mrs. S. F Little Brothers and Hert fled reported that the near was As she had observed them. The club committee had raised Over thirteen gave mrs. Robinson a rising vote of thanks in appreciation of her efforts. Martha Colegrove very pleasantly re lated some of her experiences in connection with her work at College. At Hie conclusion delicious refresh ments Wero served by the hostess. Or. And mrs. Merle Backus Hundred dollars and that the arrange ments for Community music night o May 2nd were Well under Way. Charles Bosworth entertain at cards at her Home monday even ing. Tie up your dogs and save trouble. Vicinity news notes. A Young child of or. And mrs. We. Cooper who has Boon ill is reported on Tho gain. Or. And mrs. Kleisath and family of Reilly hollow a toed to Olean sunday Wero guests sunday of miss Gladys Nourse. Gilbert Rice of Kent hollow guest of o. D. N Ourso. La Ives Heads Johnsonburg police department. At a meeting of the Johnsonburg i Borough Council tuesday night. J. A. Two expect they went to see the Donell. Chief of police tendered his j mrs. Cathren Cullivan and sons resignation which was accepted. A l. Ives who been serving no a spent easter vocation at her Home on policeman m , for Lac Mai Newell Creek. I few months Ami who was clinic a of to Uncle Edd Reeves was greeting uce Kano Foi. A r3 friends in this Vicinity last week. J was App oiled to the Letlon Mado Wilbur Oviatt has the Job of moving cant q Donell s resignation to Southwick House on the farm for Merly owned by Oviatt estate now by Jay Stickle. It will be a great improvement to the place when the buildings Are moved. Mrs. Harold Thoren came Over from port Allegany wednesday to spend the Day with her parents or. And Art Reeves on r. Olato Creek. Mrs. The salary is per Republican. Officer Ives is n. Sou in Law of Geo. Denning Tho main Street Barber and is a former Well known Smethport resident. Best shoe value Ever pairs High Cut shoes 12 at Jessie Haven has returned to of Freedom. N. A. Where she teaches. Spending the easter vacation with . Her parents or. And mrs. Haven. And mrs. Arthur Mitchell of miss Verna Butzer who teaches at brie spent easter guests of his parents. Or. And mrs. G. W. Mitchell. L. Lorah superintendent of Ludlow is a guest her parents. Or. And mrs. .1. W. Butzer this week. And mrs. Frank Dunbar Roada for Mckean county and fore i spent the week end with the Man Charles Nystrom were Kano vis latter s parents or. And mrs. George store yesterday. They were arranging to procure two trucks for work on Alvo Merritt. Fol Road Between Kane and James City. On account of the condition of the roads Between my Jewett and Smith port it has been impossible to bring the truck of the Highway department Here As was re publican. Grace Kerr of Olean spent sunday lives. A. Guest of Smethport rela we. Farnham who Haa been spending some time with or. Farn Ham in this Borough returned to her Home in Buffalo tuesday. Maude Alvord and children of Bradford Are guests of the former s father. 13. E. Heath. Albert Lynn and child of Brad Ford Sireni easier sunday with the former s Mother. Mrs. Christine Ander son and family. Taber has returned from Lake Worth Fla. Where he spent the Winter. Russell Abbey leaves Friday for a week s visit with her parents. Or. And mrs. W. J. Bender of James town n. T. Thoo Freeman hag returned 16 in. Taps regular Price Grade in Low Cut at these shoes Are Guaran teed to give thorough satisfaction or a new pair Gratis. Long Wear and real Comfort in every 6 to ii. We. Monheimer Star theater Smethport Friday saturday april 21-22 Constance Tat Madge in lessons in love adapted from play the Man from Toronto a Douglas Murray comedy. Tuesday april 25th Dorothy in the Market of comedy wednesday april 26th in the fighter by Albert Payson Terhune. Pathe news topics of Day or. J. 0. Repp apr path Smethport a monday thursday b. T. Daly returned Detroit after spending a. Week with last Friday from a visit in Corry a. O. J. Hamlin and daughter Hannah were Buffalo visitors ast week. H. To. Burlingame o Kas son Veteran tip staff of the Mckean county courts and a lifelong Republic her parents. Or. And mrs. C. W. Free Man. Hamlin Redfield who attends Yale spent the easter vacation with his parents. Or. And mrs. Ii. Ii. Redfield. Mrs. Hyman Bennan of East St. Was taken to the Bradford Hospital can who has not Only fought for his monday she underwent an of principles with Trio ballots but served country Valle atly in the War of the rebellion and is still As hand some a figure of a Man As one would want to meet was a Smethport Visi Tor monday and found time to visit the Democrat even Tho he is a re publican. The Comrade is always a Welcome visitor at this office. May he be spared to Many More years of usefulness. Mccarthy and son Boyd of Bradford spent Enster in smell port. Col Grovo of he Dow. Apont easter with his parents. Or. And mrs. C. M. Col prove. A. Brownell is a Warren bus iness visitor this week. Ration for appendicitis. E. W. Strong Haa purchased a new Studebaker touring car through the Smethport garage company. Neal Walker of e. Smethport was operated on at Tho Bradford Hospital monday for appendicitis. While engaged in sawing a piece of steel Pratt who is assist ing in installing the new burglar alarm system at the Grange Bank was injured one Day last week when the object flew from a Vise and struck him in ruler the right Eye. Narrowly missing Trio optic. Mrs. June Heminger who Lifis been engaged in nursing Here returned to her. Ho7no in Eldred tuesday. Hamlin Bank Trust co., hours p. A. P. M. Phone 9510 beginning monday april 24 1922 Nap apathy is a spinal treatment and uses neither drugs nor surgery. Chiropractors and osteopaths also treat Tho spine. But Between Kap apathy and other systems of drug Tess Healing Nero is a vast difference the Napra Pathic treatment is so thorough painstaking and scientific that it has become the in Der of drug less professions. Every Day Nap apathy is curing cases failed upon by Massage chiropractic and osteopathy. The treatment Given by the Napra path is gentle yet tremendously effective for it strikes at the very Root of disease. Some of the ailments which Are being treated successfully by a Prapa thy dizziness deafness Catarrh neuralgia Arnolds paralysis fever in. Grippe pleurisy asthma constipation Dea 5, Spesia. Lumbago ovarian trouble sciatica haemorrhoids

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