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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Volume Xii. Drive of m. W. Of a.1 members held meeting tuesday diced joining for boosting membership Democrat co. Inc. I l Smet import. Me is Kan Aoh St 1.1. No 33 service men will not lose votes notwithstanding they have not been assessed or registered in District Tho following Kfir to Phi Nastory Hul k Lin is be intr issued by commission ers a. U. Anderson 1. I to u unit us. Etc., thai eighth i nning rally netting six re turntables on Bradford win 8 to 2 first prize in a i m contest Smyth port Camp no. Ju1i2, modern Woodmen of America held a Well at tended Inlet Injo on tuesday evening August 1j j. W. District Deputy head counsel for Tiv ten coun comprising the Disirio was present by invitation and address Iny Soldier Sailor oi1 in. In the or who has served in the army o Xavy if tin United states and has Rel need to his Home shall been titled to vote in his t Lee Lini District As a Soldier. S Marine i withstanding that Sailor. Or Ina ring has in shatters Bradford s Hopes a 13 to do foal it the bands of . Ford Venn s film listed Membri s. Were Wjk of cried for a vigorous Campaign for new Mem Bers the object being to Paulde the present membership of snot hot t Camp within i few Days. The Mem Bens Are very optimistic Over the Suc Cess of the venture and indications Are that the goal desired will of easily at Tain de. The Tuo Dern Woodmen of America is the world s greatest fraternal insurance society with a of such Soldier ii by and from Liavine paid his usual and. T the is necessary is nit having been personally Fister Eil after Bis return to his Home t e it arc j in tie of a n jieetoi1 by the Constitution. Keel pm 1. To person shall he. No Lowed to vote under the provisions of bus Liet he evidence. More than one million eighty thousand members. Many men of j satisfactory to the election officers Smethport Are members and Loyal to that to vote As a Soldier the organization. Among the commendable features the society owns and Mainie uns one of the largest tuberculosis in the United states exclusively for its members where any unfortunate Mem Fer stricken Wilh the White plague May obtain free the san receive such tax of ten cents and Sailor or a under the provisions of act. And unless lie shall pro Duce to the election officers a receipt. Set eing n uis e the visitors re is to live scor one in the second and one in the t icing the Sou re and in tin i Ilith a Deil on i jj1 id Ford s one handed Pitcher fur a count of six which was i a be Otinus of Elji game. 0 0 0 n Foj 0 0 0__j 1 0 i 0 0 0 Kane Man held in county jail on charge of 15-year old girl is hold for action by grand jury or re lease on bail court Ihu Ai thursday for a hearing a Kane Justice Cli Aglid with a in Iii uns offence against a i in year old irl. Walter swi Ijen Jelm of Kane not guilty but Iho in Stine Rul the girl s evidence was Suttle it to was rant holding the Acci Isi a fur Uminn of the Jiny. Wain Bri i igbo to the Conn a Jie Kric Tay to a Linn of nid jury or Imi by is be Ivy did. In. Ami Clio Fath r 11 Home wed Ding Satur Day evening miss Hazel Green of Smethport and James Connington of South Vine inn. N. J., quietly married Farmers picnic the pm Nic in a August by the Pomona farm Bureau and s Loague was i real Success even though Tim number was not More asian n fourth of a j what it should have. Been. The pro it orium is located at Woodman Colo Rado twelve Springs. From Colorado automobiles crash but none Are Hurt sunday Murning about eleven o clock the Ford truck used for deliver ing milk by the clarinet Dairy and a Lori touring car crashed together in front of the Grange Bank building in he ind was about to make the Cir the silent policeman when to going East on Jain Street crashed into the truck com from the proper Rollet Tor Forth that such person has enmity tax of ten cents. The several j Gram was rendered in the instead tax collectors Are hereby authorized to 5 of on the Pickie grounds. In shiite of the weather there were present 2fifl persons who were interested in agriculture. It is hoped that each of the 250 can con vey some of tie thoughts of the speak ers and the pleasure of the Day to those who were absent. When such a program is prepared there should be at least 2000 in attendance for such opportunities do not. Come oct. Petely around. Two occupants of the truck Ana three in tie touring car were unhurt Back wheel of the truck and one r my ing Board were smashed and the fenders and front Axel of the Dort badly Bent. Only one bottle of milk was lost in the mix up As delivery had been finished and the Driver was on his Way Homo when the Accident occurred. Several empty bottles crashed to the pavement strewing the Road broken Glass. a receipt therefor. All such shill he paid to the county treasurer a i provided by Law in the Case of other taxes. Section 3. Any person who Hull vote under the provisions without boing entitled to to do under the Provin on of this act shall be guilty of a Misdemeanour and Union conviction shall be sentenced to a Fine not exceeding one Hundred dollars and in for n term not exceeding ninety Days. Section 4. This act shall Noply to All soldiers sailors and marines in service in the army or Navy of the United states As Well As those who have been discharged therefrom and who have been prevented from being assessed from having paid the usual and from being personally registered. It is the intention of this act that All such persons Are within the meaning of the Constitution relative to voting by soldiers. Section 5. All acts and parts of personal mention Bijj Lwrence Moulton of Olean spent sunday with friends in Smethport. Miss Adele Malcolm of Washington . Is Visitin i her parents on main Street. Mrs. T. V. Harris of Rochester who is visiting in the c. Comes Home on King Street and Bristel comes spent wednesday of last week in Ole Ari. Rev. Arthur Gregson and family and s. L. Kry and family left wednesday morning for a visit with friends in Harrison Valley. Or. Pry returned in the evening on wednesday j. Johnston and family and Vera Thomas motored o Buffalo and Niagara Falls Over the end spending sunday at the Home of j. C. Family of Buffalo. 1 misses mate Connolly and hoi Ford Ana mrs. Alice Heath left monday morning for Coudy Sporl where they attend the Home week Celebration and be guess of mrs o. .1. Wet trick of that place. Mrs. Frank Potter and daughter Mayme and mrs. Sidney Burtick entertained a party of friends with n one o clock luncheon at Balco Tark wednesday afternoon after which cards were enjoyed. Miss Hazel Mcallister of l old prove attended the reception which was Liel tuesday evening in the m. E. Church in Honor of Rev. And mrs. Harris o Albion and or. And mrs. Stanley Bright of Warren o. Women s misses and children s a Fearel Are going fast at sacrifice pric is to close out entire Stock of the Bis shop. It s All 1910 merchandise so profit by coming in before we close our doors adv. Mrs. Bernard a. Ball and mrs. Shultz will entertain a. Party friends tonight at the former s Horn on Bank Street with a Shower in Honor of miss Ina Mullro whose marriage is to Lake place in the near future. Cts inconsistent with this act Are re sealed. Postmasters convention he annual convention of the third and fourth class postmasters will be held at lock Haven pa., August 29-30 i it cml a 10th was of of milk in Ken Cal a. Etil. Loimil Fibril twp. Kelly to a. M. Aneloi Hun evil. I Aline twp. Ilii Kilton to it. us fun Del. W. L. Vilakos Lei Hlliard l. Co Tomb Ildri d Emma Carp Oriu a Lilal to Lusu r kill orb. Kali eco j22s. C. D. Cunius to Thomits b. Wilson i Usu twp., aunt. 1, Kasm j. Leonard to Otto Kot h it us. Iwp., c. E. Cubley to bowls Newell. Brad Ford twp., Auk. Ugurtha s. Koo Elund of Al to Lorenzo Randl Notti Kane s. A. Murty to Thomas Kervin Ira Ford s300. Mary act Lan to j. C. Hayter Brud Ford aug. 4, Timothy to Mary Keelan Bradford twp., j30. P. P. Schoonmaker to f. M. Nash Imlauf her of. Or mrs. A. Creon and James of Hiil n. J i i i at the Home of. s in Sinh port at to i i irl August i a ill Al a. A. Vanslyke. I Luc i Ciony was pc in lined in Tho a Sci e of tin. Bride s Fri icily and a few friends. Tho Bride was Given a Way by in a father and the a Luff ser vlci1 if the Church was used. Miss Roeu Lias been a capable typist Anil assistant in the leu order s of fice for some time. Or. Connington in a former Kiik Lliam a resident and a Young Man of excellent character. Or. And mrs. Onn Illston left saturday evening for a Short honeymoon utter which they will reside near Philadel phia. Their Many friends wish them a Long life of happiness and Prosperity. Managing editor Kane Republican dead Kane Republican August Ter l. Lionson. Managing editor of Tho tune Lle Juhl car passed away at lilo years. Pay to j83.00 a month. Is of interest to your position now permanent i jobs offer Opportunity for continuous and Ancelem nov if you have a Job. Does on Kiriu give you free of charge in edit inn i your wages food lodging Ron vision medical attention Den in attention education recreation Ravel clothing 4 per cent interest n leave with Liberal Stirt a after 16 years continued Vii i the United states Navy to you All this. Call on the recruit no officer next wednesday August to ind talk it Over with him the in enlist men. The is strictly 1 business propose in and we Are going to Irive you a air Viding that Yon can qualify. First Baptist Church Rev. Guy l. Margeson pastor prayer meeting thursday evening. P. M. Sunday service As follows sunday school a. M. Morning worship a. M. Subject. His first Avenins worship. P. M. Subject a great what environment dirt the greatest personality of history come from did it influence his career Are you notice All service men of Smethport and Vicinity either soldiers sailors or a Rinea. Arc requested to attend a meet ing of Hiick Tail Post 138, America legion to be held Friday evening. A list 16, in the Hose Parlours in Smith port. Important business will be Tran acted. Moulding circumstances or stances moulding1 you Cir Cut method1st episcopal Church the pastor and his family Are spend in a Short vacation at Harrison a Ley a. He will return for the 24th when he will occupy the pulpit. Next sunday the Rev. W. H. Edmunds of Crosby will preach. There will be no evening service. Entertainment Given by Blind students a delightful entertainment was give n the is Church by four still in rits in alumni of the school for the Blind in Pittsburgh Mildred Mayo of Inu to port Margaret Clor Phin of Pitt Burgh. William Willette of lob Slown and Thomas filler of Altoona. Piano ind vocal silos. Duets qua tettes and Many other special Fea Tures mad up the programme. A collection was taken netted Over forty dollars. Up which married or. Price and mrs. Emm Rosier were married in the m. E parsonage saturday afternoon. The Rev. Arthur Gregson performed the ceremony. Bargain Days Are on at the Eisolt shop s closing of Sale of entire Stock of women a misses and children s apparel. Come 1 and get your share of the Wom Zerfu bargains adv. Aug. A Oak Hill cemetery Assn. To George Kaber Oak Hill j157.50. Otto false to Cusper Frutiger Brad Ord 41. Wayno m. Hamilton exx to mar Aret Elizabeth plier Bradford Mary a. Nunn to c. S. Gibson lab try twp., j2.000. F. D. To Alia Johnson it i Ceres Alma m. Ostrander to Albert m. Strander. Ceres e. D. Ostrander to Alia Johnson it 1, Ceres Egbert d. Ostrander. Ceres Mary 13. Clark it Al to Alice b. Ayes Bradford 100. Aug. 6, Cynthia c. Smith it Al to Putnam. Otlo twp. Jg.500. Satisfaction of mortgages. July ,11. Bradford bldg loan .1 Sav. San. To h. H. Osgood Bradford 11600 aug. 1. Mary a. Baird exr. Of to Ane Zane Bradford j1.700. 4, first National Bank port Allegany to f. Prindle port Al Egan . Aug. I. Les ii e. Taylor to Eliza Etli j. Jennings Bradford twp. F2.fioo Charles Carpentero n Ettie in forty twp. C. R. Colegrove o Mary a. Nunn Liberty twp. J 1.300. Of mortgages. Apr. 5. A Dit Fulmor to Hamlin Ian Trust co., Liberty twp. J3so. Leases. July 31. Alice Crocker e a to. Ojst Nelson. Ceres Al. G. G. Hamilton t Al to gust e. Nelson Ceres g. A. Ostrander it Al la gust k. Nelson is. Release. August 2, f. Schonblom exr of o s. A. Mundy. Bradford 5290. New suits. October term no. 72, Agnes Nakles is. Johanna Wharton. Ejectment. No. 7.1, w. A Hulett is. Fred Dunn. Replevin. No. Mary c. Clancy is. John Henry Clancy. Divorce. No. 7t., Jennie Hayes is. T. Breakey Appeal. No. 76. Hamlin Bank Trust co. Is. Caroline Paulson it Al. Sci a. 77, Irving National Bank of now de o sink rapidly until clench came j peacefully at the hour above mentioned. The news of or. Benson s death Chun de profound sorrow in this Community whore during his few years residence he Lind made hosts of friends. Brief funeral services will by held at the Brown undertaking Parlours to Morrow evening at s o clock and tha remains will be taken to Waterford. On the train wednesday for inner ment. J Orter Lloyd Benson was born in Waterford Erie county on january 16, 1887, and was the son of Lloyd and Mary bus Worth Lionson. Both of whom were members of Tho Erie county s old est families. He received his Early education and prepared for Bucknell College in the Public schools of water Ford and in 191 graduated from Buck Nell and entered the Law office of judge Walling now curl judge Wilh leh View of becoming an at Torney. After Reading Law for nearly a. Yer he decided to take up journalism and accepted a position on the news Slaff of the Erie dispatch. Later to went to the Buffalo express where he became an editorial writer and where be remained until four years ago when be came to Kane preferring the High Altitude to the Lake Region. Shortly of Ivr coming to this City he became con necked with the Republican and until eni Erins the Hospital be acted As Man aging editor. In -d13 he was United n 19 Lillian Kupert of a Erfurd. Who survives him. The deceased was a member of the Episcopalian Church and took a keen Nolc Rusl in Public aft Urs. During the and War Chest drives he Oak in Active part and was in charge of Tajc Puhl icily Bat was in a Large Lart responsible for the Success of Hose undertakings. A brother. Douglass Benson of Waterford. Also survives him. York City cuban Allied works engineering corp. A foreign corporation. Foreign attachment. No. 1. Oct term i91s, equity Kath Crine m. Dailey it Al Edward m Dally it Al is. Udward d. Boyle it Al injunction. Democrat want ads. Bring results. Read the Democrat adv. Only three Lre left of the used cars we had for Sale All touring cars and All six Cyl under. They Are All in Good condition with Good tires. One is a five Passen Ger Studebaker one a seven passenger Reo one seven passenger pre Mier. Let us demonstrate to you. Imbt port garage company add 8-7-tf. Bargain Days Are on at Tho Bisett shop s closing out Sale of entire Stock of women a miss and children s apparel. Come in and get your share of the wonderful bargains adv
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