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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - February 1, 1923, Smethport, Pennsylvania
The Democrat thurs., Jan. 25, 1923. Page three around Teegerstrom is Safe mrs. Sophia Saftrom of 417 Lriddle Street tills City received a Telegram this morning from Vic Xor s. Strom at Monroe ijli., containing Tho Welcome tidings that Harold Tong or Strom her grandson and missing witness in the Mer Ilomae la., out rages had been found and waa Safe and in Good health. Victor Teeger extrom said he would further particulars. Harold Teegerstrom who was expected to be present to give important 5vldence at the hearing in the brutal murders of Watt Daniel and Thomas Richardo by o. Hooded and masked mob in Morehouse Parish Louisiana last August Haa been missing since along about Christmas time. It is alleged that he escaped from a party of kidnappers who were anxious that he be prevented from testifying at the hearing and it la surmised that in fear of his life he has been in hiding until now that the hearing is Over lie feels Safe in letting his family know of his Republican Mon Day. Jew Teegerstrom is u Nephew of Safstrom of East Sronet port. A Tel Ocao Pomona Grange meeting Tho following is the program of to Nina Jungo to be head in wednesday feb. 7. Forenoon organist stricken i Railroad left with while playing Only one engine As Frank .1. . Of Center is. Result of big fire suffered a morning that c oud report. Jan. A to of om1-. Partly pc a he entire right Side if his suit of inc fire inti Friday night cers la port of committees report body. Proi. Lion had Bone to tin kt., which destroyed Hie Roundhouse of of subordinate Granges. Marys Church to play the ors in nil port Alle Ginny noon at Hall. High mass nil was arranging the company the company has afternoon of music for Tho members of the choir Only one locomotive left and will to officers instrumental music i when he collapsed. His plight Wab mrs. Ruth Par immediately noticed and a taxi was Ker and mrs. Myra Guenter Cory summoned and the stricken Man was Villa. Dairy talks accompanied by i removed to Hie Home where he receive inn cd Nied Lenl attention. To was found Tern j. R. Dawson a. Stato College. Of the Farmers Valley Grange. What shall Pomona Grange aim to Many friends Hope that such will be that the right aide of his body was paralysed and while his condition was considered serious it to believed that he will fully recover in time. His Bland for during the coming your Tho Case. Discussion opened by mrs. Alice prof. Lion is one of the Best known Gallup Smethport. I residents of St. Marys. For nearly something of lib-1 thirty years to Haa been teacher o i history in Tho local Public schools. He and considerably handicapped for n la no in Tho handling of freight. Its re cent Purchase of n gasoline propelled coach will enable it to take Caro of passenger traffic to is Bol Lovid. Four locomotives valued at each were destroyed and damage to Tho building was estimated at 000. There had been n fire in one of the engines and it is presumed Tho Blaze originated for h during Tho Lemport Ory absence of the watchman. Erty Grange. How will radio affect the Farmer in also has been the organist and direct the opened by j Tor of the St. Marys Church choir for p. S. Grossman county agent. Many years. A. Gallup. I prof. Lion had always enjoyed Tho closing song. J Best of health but for several Weka All members attending Pomona i previous to the stroke he had Corn Grange pm ask be ready to talk on All planned that his right leg pained him. Questions As Well As the person open j St. Marys Gazette ing to discussion. Or. Adams leaves Bon air or. Lester Adama has resigned his position As resident physician at Bon air Tubor Culosio sanitarium near Bradford to accept a position at the Western sanitarium it Green Wood Mountain that state. Or. Cur Iii of Bradford is looking after the Bon air patients. Kane Man found dead in bed Chas. Osterman aged about 55 years was found dead in bed at his Home on the Mineral Spring rond shortly be fore noon today by or. J. M. Heim Bach. Heart disease caused the Man s death and to and been dead for some hours when found. Or. Heimbach had been attending air. Waterman from time to time and was called to see him about three Days ago when he found the Man s condition serious with fatal results but a question of time. Deputy Coroner ii. Clay Heffner of Bradford was notified but in View of the fact that indications Point to a natural death there is reason to be Lieve that no investigation will be Riece Esary. Chas. Osterman had lived alone for a number of years and Little Haa been Learned regarding his relatives. He is believed to be survived by three sons and a daughter one of to sons be ing Martin Osterman of new York City who Haa been notified of his father s death. Republican. Saturday. Joseph Ardizzone Dies As result of word was received Here yesterday of the death of Aritiz Zuizi Well known Oil Man formerly of Bradford i which occurred yesterday morning it 9mu it his Home in Eastland. Texas. His death was the result of Burns re Peculiar game Law tangle Bell has refused Appal of Pentz Ropoc Kali Pil trim j conviction of Hayes by Squire penning for violation of the Lold in wi11 Loie Char Eldred garage menaced by fire Eldred Jan 25. A disastrous fire was narrowly averted when flame were discovered shooting from the Scherer and Burr garage in the Slavin Block. An alarm was sounded and the Volunteer fire department responded promptly. After a connection was made to the hydrant it was discovered to be Frozen and when water was finally available its efficiency was destroyed by ice in the Hose nozzles. Fortunately there was a Supply of fire extinguishers near which were put into use and nil immediate Dan Ger of a big fire was dispelled. Excitement was at a High pitch or a time among the householders in the Vicinity when the condition of the water Supply known. And apparatus was fractured Skull while coasting on a Hill near her Homo at Wrights tuesday afternoon. Helen Johnson daughter of .1. W. Johnson the Wrights merchant last control and ran off the Road into John Eastwood s Yard where she ran into a bobs receiving a terrible blow Over the Eye. Sho was taken to the Mcgranor Hospital where it was found that her Skull was fractured. Her condition is reported As Good however and she is doing As Well As can be sex ame Gany Warren nurse dead miss Margaret Mclaren for a number of years superintendent of Warren general Hospital died tues Day. She was located in a Reidford. Another refinery at Bradford Cei Ved january m from a Gas expos. In this Vount Iii Ives in Valr Ion on the Well which he was working j boy by state game miss e. C. Linn Berg a registered j of during the nurse of this City and sister in Law season or in a and really grew of the deceased left to take care of Oul of of Fco link Camps the injured Man shortly after Wail had a can received Here of the Acci Dent and remained wit i him until his death. Or. Ardizzone Wae years of nge and waa born in Palermo Italy oct Ober 14, 1872. He spent a great part of his life in this Vicinity where he had always been identified with the Oil Industry. During the past 16 years he had lived in different parts of Tex As and Oklahoma where to also waa engaged in the production of Oil. He is survived by his wife and one daughter mrs. Paul Andres of Tulsa. Oklahoma. Interment will be made in Tulsa Bra thursday. Train hurls Man into Clarion River Johnsonburg. Jan. At noon today an a ast bound freight train on the Pennsylvania Railroad struck c. Martin aged -15 years As he was walk ing along the tracks and hurled him into the Clarion River. Men dragged the River for Roix than two hours before the body was recovered. Hio death is believed to have been caused by drowning As the body was not mutilated to an extent Noli Crable on hurried examination. Is sent the Accident fully investigated. Chas. Martin was employed in the Over the ownership of a Buck. Rot i crows shot at the Deer which was wounded several times. Hayes claimed he had not shot at it that a Fel Low member of his Camp had Given the Deer its death wound but when several members of both Camps Gath ered about the fallen Deer Hayes fired a shot into its head to put it out of its misery. Before the season closed shot and killed a Buck and he was arrest eco for violating the Law which allows a Hunter to kill hut a single Deer in any one season. Hayes defense was that the actual of the first Deor was simply a humane act and to end the Deer s sufferings As it would have succumbed to its other wounds in a few minutes anyhow and that he really should not be charged with killing it especially As his fellow Hunter claimed the Deer and killed no other during Tho season. The Justice ruled had violated the letter of the Law and fined him record ugly. Judge Bell s opinion sustains Chrtt position. Man who deserted children arrested chief of police Kichard Fowle Clarion paper company s Plant. He had left Tho Plant to bring another Workman s dinner and was walking along the tracks at West Johnsoh Hurt at a Point whore the Roadway is built close to the River on an embankment about 15 feet above the water. When the train struck Martin Hla body was hurled High in the Nir and landed in the water a number of feet from the Bank and because of the prevailing High Waton and the condition of the surrounding ground the work of searching for the body was made difficult but Many volunteers were quickly on hand and shortly after 2 o clock the Kolesa remains were brought to the surface and removed to the Bank. Martin had been a resident of Tohn Fonburg or a number of years ind was Well known and popular. Tie loaves a widow. Ras this report i , on n Bench warrant at Lon has not been Island City n. Y., charging the Man wit i leaving his children in in destitute circumstances that and City for which offence he had been indicted by a grand jury. The Man waa employed in Kane by the Pennsylvania Railroad. He Haa been locked up to await the arrival of an of Alcor to take him to Long Island Republican thursday. 30 o a o Portville Man nominated for Mavor of Chicago judge William e. Devyr famous i plans Are being developed the Brad i Chicago Jurist formerly of Portville. Ford Herald is reliably informed for j Nna been nominated As the democratic candidate fur mayor of the construction of a now refinery to to located South of the City up the East Branch of tuna Creek. A mooting of interested parties recently held in this town had this object in View and it is understood def into conclusions Scro arrived at to Chicago. His selection came after a bitter party fight and Flor All other candidates had withdrawn and loft the Field open to Dover at a Harmony proceed with Tho project. Tho proposed concern is Oil climbs again j Pennsylvania crude tonic Roth i or jump of cents last Friday Anil 1 Oil to he used in the Plant and there n further increase of ton cents Man is is Good reason to believe that the re
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