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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Smethport, Pennsylvania Mckean Democrat thursday january 22, 1020. Local m. Something inter to say Anent silverware in his advertisement in another column. Quirk Lias decided to continue the Hall on tie second Fluor of the Holder building recently by him. And mrs. 11, Hugo moved into their new dwelling at the Turner of King and Fulton streets. This is one of the finest Homes i meth pm. H. Crawford for 27 years president of Allegany College. Mead Villo has tendered his resignation to become effective june 30, having reached the age when he is allowed to re tire under the Carnegie endowment. Smethport High school girls Basket Ball team played their firs game of the season at the lyceum last Friday night the Johnsonburg h. S girls team a being their opponents. The visitors were victorious by a score of 50 to 2. Grace Olms lend who unde went in operation far appendicitis several weeks ago is convalescent and Ubalo to get out onco More. The Many friends of this popular Young lady will be glad to learn of tier Complete recovery. T. Oar lick who Lias i Cen under going treatment at the Hornell Hospi Tal for a severe attack of rheumatism with which he was stricken follow ing an illness with Quincy is expected Home today. His Many friends will be glad to learn that he is rapidly recovering his health. Baumbach eminent swedish lecturer and vocalist will give an illustrated lecture at the Star theater Friday evening january 23 for the the Mckean Democrat stent port pa., Jan. 22. Arthur mud Crinne is confine to her Home ill . At comes have u change i advertisement in this Issue. --.mrs. Kreil Hing Ivylle is tontine to her Home by . Alfred Oriatti census Gnu Onerato for Borough has about coi Ali cd his labors. 1 Eccl Mas scr entertained the Kinin Tsumi club at her Home on Mai i i a wednesday afternoon. Ham is be i ill at her Home in this place miss Isi la moans is the at Tendon nurse. Who heard the Render Iii of the 1 of by mrs. Huel lust tuesday night went away Wel pleased and feeling that tin. Evening Hart been a i Oli Uible one for them mrs. Unell. Who is a Leader of Widt Fame was brought Here by the. C Benefit of the swedish lutheran Church. Mme. Baumbach will deliver her entertaining lecture in English and her discourse will be accompanied by interesting pictures no one can a Ford to miss this rare treat. Next week the Democrat will pub Lish an interesting article from the gifted pen of mrs. Maria Carter on romances of Early Days in this Section. Mrs. Carter who is one of the Pioneer residents of Mckean county possesses a wonderfully retentive memory and her contribution is unusually interest ing. The manuscript we have before a from her pen is Clear As print. And Gilfillan who in 1016 purchased a tract of feet of Timber at Mains settlement which has kept their Mill in this Borough Busy since that time Are now taking advantage of the present Sleigh ing and betting the last of the line Timber from this tract to the Shawmut rail Road for shipment to their manufacturing Plant in this Borough. And mrs. Walker who m. P. O Dorleit of South Street was stricken wild a severe at tack of illness Manilay and has since la in confined to her bed. The Many friends of i estimable lady will Hope for her speedy recovery. Did considerable damage to the Newell building. Main Street. Urdu Ford sunday morning . Have been suffering from a ii Eer intestinal malady which has been sweeping Kansas and okla homa. Medical authorities Are divided whether u to Arlin tit wan a form of Dys Dimitry or a gastric form of influenza. Meeting the Kastorni fran Chise league will be held at St. Luke s House at wednesday Resi or. Have been sojourning in the Adiron Dack mountains for several months past for the Benefit of or. Walker s health expect to return Home Friday taking up their Abodo in their Dence on East main Street. Walker s health has made satisfactory Progress during his absence and it is though that he will do As nicely Here As in the mountains. County Detec Tive Jack Allison Ami family of Cler Mont who had expected to occupy the Walker residence have rented the Burdette Hall residence on water this Section has been experienc ing an unprecedented stretch of win Ter weather which Lias not been sur passed within the recollection of the oldest inhabitants for continued in Tensity of coldness and volume of Snow. There arc two feet of Snow the evening Jan. A to disband the work of the organization having Beon plated at this meeting As organization of a local Brand of the Pennsylvania league of women citizens will be perfected. All women interested Aro invited to he present. Our our legislative representatives will be candidates for re election subject to the decision of Republican Irir varies in. June. These include honorable Kvan j. Jones of Bradford con Inan from this District. Hon. F. B. Baldwin of Austin. State senator and assemblyman c. W. Catlin of port Allegany and John Fitzgibbon of Bradford. First number of the Community entertainment course furnished by the White entertainment Bureau. Bos ton will be Peter Mac Queen pm. D., of Boston who was special Europea correspondent of Leslie s week in Europe during the War in will appear at the lyceum nex thursday evening january 23. Or Mii Queen is a lecturer of inner a to Oil reputation and his appearance in Smethport should be greeted by r crowded House. C. Choate who recently chased the Star moving picture Thea Ter on main Street from w. J. Kerr and mrs. Or. P. O Brien Wen called to Weils Volle Friday on account tin death of or. O Lirian s brother in Law. Charles Scott. Henry Hice was a fort visitor saturday. H. U ally was an ildred Visi Tor Friday. .1. Ken was i Visioli Friday. 1 a Nick Fay was pm Cleat visitor Friday and saturday. I Ete Fay and daughter Julia spent saturday in Olean. Carrie a Valcalo was a Duffalo visitor last week. Helen Haven of Betula spent lie week end at her Home in this miss Jennie Hopkins clerk at county treasurer Mccann s Ollice pern sunday at her Home in Couder the Woods in this Vicinity and roads have been drifted most of the to an extent rendering them Imp issuable with the result that Smoth Nort has been Cut off from communal a it on with surrounding districts by . We Don t know what has become of the specie of Goose Hono prophets who predicted a mild but to Hope they Aro sub merged under the deepest Drift. Linotype and composing room of Iti lament of to boys Magazine is moved into the new Iju arters of " to department of the Hedfield puh a Shang co., in Tho Central Block on Street. Moving Day la Ono of Many causes in print shop circles in the Good old Daya would of Dilvo of the Art to ser a Alonce in Rcv of a stimulating nature and fortunately such events hut Seldom during a life time of the Sher or to increasing business. To Riho move wis due to in and or All Hope that lip Pace of in unto the Jar can Hay tree h in of s. P. Cd Nelda on the windows of new will confront 113 All Over town week end in Occam will take Possession of the same o monday next. Or. Choate has arranged for a High class service from a Pittsburg distributing Agency and in future this establishment will be de voted to Tho presentation of the Best obtainable releases. The program for next week is a splendid one. Mana Ger Choate has a new advertisement elsewhere in to tiny s Democrat which contains an interesting program for next week. H. Gallup is getting nicely set tied in the Law office building of the late Sheridan Gorton on main Street. Campbell has entered upon the discharge of his new duties As Secre tary for or. Gallup. Coudersport ii. S. Basketball team will play too Smethport h. S. Five at the lyceum this. Thursday evening. This promises to he a real fast game. Axelson of West main Street underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kane Hospital monday. Ijac reports from that place indicate that the patient is progressing in a satisfactory manner. From Buffalo regarding Tho condition of it. W. Rubin who has been receiving medical treatment at the homeopathic Hospital. That City of a most encouraging nature. Or. Tubin has improved to such an extent that it is thought that he will to Able to return Homo this week. Road scraper has been used to Good advantage in Clearing the Bor Ough streets of the heavy accumulation of Snow this week. Personal Points or. And mrs. George Ross were Olynn visitors saturday. Marie Malen spent the week end in Olean. W. O. Russell circulation manager of the Olean Hen rid monday and tuesday in this Olnee. Or and j. N. Simkins of ending a few Days. Guests of friends in this place. Robert Cleveland spent the Helen Freeman was a Bradford Isidur monday. -.mrs. Las. Connington who has Leen a. Guest of her parents. Or. And mis. Fred Green of King Street Dur no the past week a to Friday for ii Home in Mantua. X. J. Miss Julia Meade of Olean spent to Ninny in Smol port guest of mrs. Robert Cleveland. Chus. W. Massei is enjoying a esl and incidentally receiving the pm fits of the medicinal Waters at Ambridge Springs a. Andy Peterson of it. Jewett was l Smethport monday. Mrs. Lloyd Kohn of Shell eld is the week in snit port. F miss Margrot Hungiville. Engstrom spent the week in i Kane. Mary Amster of Kane pending n few Days wild miss Mai prot Hungiville. Zinnia Paulson of Kane is nest of mrs. C. P. Johnson. Rice left monday for liar Surg where he attend the Slat Range conference. While there h take in the agriculture show. Alfred Bush was a Brar for visitor Friday. Marie o Brien and Hele Reeman were shoppers Friday Vera Jones of Betula spen 10 week end at her Home in Thi lace. Mahoney of Ormsby was met port visitor monday. A. .1. Kane of Ormsby attend he dance at the lyceum Monde night. Sell of Betula was a Smet port visitor monday. Brenan of Olean spent the week end with or. And mrs. C. O Taylor and family. Mildred Lyman of port Al leg any was a guest of miss Marioi Warren monday. And mrs. Page was brought into use. The flames originated in a still and i to ire inn in keep no the lire from spreading to Plant and other departments. The was him r Hie Sui Buoi n lire was Fol Blu with out much Iii Leuty. Kane men close Sale of refinery Keitel lican it was announced today from Ive sources that i i Central Ite lining company Oferl Lii 111., a corporation controlled by Kane capital had Boin sold to Indian Kelling coi Najiy of . Tilc not Given it Undi stood Cial the origin 1 him victim a of has in timed the Stuekhuldi-i-4 is. 000.000. I i Paiik is president and Caldi a Wood is vice of tie Rius. Men. Together with h. A. Vetter Clarles 1., a. Cro Iisman Elly the local men who i v. Been Active in the management f this concern. S. P. Redfield Lef tuesday evening for a visit in Nev. York. J. Homer of Elmira spen he week end with friends in this place Pauline Allman of Olear spent the week end with or. And mrs t. H. Purtle and family. Thomas Dulaney returned to her Home in Akron saturday after liar no spent two weeks with her parents or. And mrs. M. H. Kelly. East Bradford million Dollar Plant fire Bradford. Jan. Ilant of the Kendall refining company located at Kast Bradford was Ned with destruction by fire. Which occurred saturday night. Tho com Lany s own water system was in use and the entire City fire equipment Aleo it will be agreeable news to hear that we arc offer ing. This week Only. Grey Khaki color. Flannel shirts at the Quantity is limited Early. 5oc is Worth saving we. Monheimer Smethport a. Want the Kaiser Trio i Judd handed hit if a Jil a Tod note asking that coup to surim scr Jho Forieri Tieri nun Ili Eroi to trial. Talc not was Uno Iii i was draft in Liy Iii crib in a Nativi s to the peace Dii Feronti. I whether the dutch la turn our their in dish ibo Vlasi 01-. pictorial patterns Arrow shirts the Fry company january Money savers 1 january midwinter under present vagus. , to men s Outing night shirts . Men s Hesi Muslin Kiln shirts men s to women s sweaters to Woitun s coins to men s heavy fleeced underwear men s Grinnel shirts to men s heavy Wool sox to underwear for Allag is. Spirit Well operation. Eldred. Derrick is no the Flarity on Danlyn Crook Ami the Drill will soon be going on this spirit Well in an opposite direction from where spirits Are supposed to dwell. Contractor Smith of Andover n. A. Has the contract for drilling this Well. Business firm dissolves the firm of Ralph and fins Kan pro of Hoot Khop. Inc. Bradford has dissolved. Or. One inn relic lib. Or. Will continue is owner of this Well known establishment. Fire at Case cutlery Plant Bradford. Tho Hitcher knife factory part of the Case cutlery co s damaged to the extent of j40.000 to Sydny morning. Insu Ratic was carried on the Plant and equip intent will fight prohibition Trenton. N. A. Jan. I. Ediwn Ritj Democrat who was elected governor of new Jersey on a vet platform opened Tho Battle an list he eighteenth constitutional Amend ment in his Limuti viral address when in was sworn in at noon. Or. Edwards is the first democratic Rover nor new Jersey hag had since Wilson held that office. The new governor holds that the if arcement of prohibition is an in of state rights. Terrific storm sweep Atlantic coast. The worst storm in years swept the us Antic roast doing terrific damage Topping the forepart of the week. Subscribe for the Democrat Star Smet import a week of Jan. 26 to Jan 31. Monday Jan. 26 Clara Kimball Young in Magda tuesday Jan. 27 Nazimova in the red Lan wednesday Jan. 28 Universal feature picture thursday Jan. 29 Honor of his House Friday Jan. 30 the Dollio Sisters in the Mil lion Dollar saturday Jan. 31 miss Dulcie from Dixie big u comedy first show at p. M. Doors open at 7 p. M. Grass seed wee Sample ssh Roe Stein Mutual seed to. Pm can us silverware advanced 15 per cent. January first. Friday and saturday of this week Only a Silver plated Ware at 15 reduction. This Means a saving of 28 j. the House of Quality Smethport a. Yoac we want you j to be personally acquainted with the officers of this Bank. Banking service to be most helpful to you must be based on a personal Friendly under standing of your needs. This Bank offers you All the facilities of a Success Ful institution combined with a Friendly personal understanding that makes your banking relations con finish off a room in your attic an extra room for the boys a billiard room a secluded study or Den maybe you have an idea How you can Best use the waste space in your attic. You Don t have to fuss around with lath plaster and wallpaper either. You can do the whole Job with Beaver Board and do it better. Beaver Board a room in your attic and you la wish you had Beaver Board in the main living room Down stairs. _ suppose we get together ai.1 talk it Over. Well be glad to loot Over your House with you and Tell you Whit can be done. Coll to up. Smethport a. For the Democrat

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