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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Smethport, Pennsylvania Pack Threis Ozno your eyes Odo tried suicide by entire surface of her leh Lear was bail a month and weigh from eight to inc Leo horrible by burned nil the Way to the hip. Her pounds. The hide Brink s More seeking to commit suicide by Tho right leg was similarly burned As far than enough to keep Ihu animal a year horrible method of roasting it Solf Tolas the knee. This clearly indicated m the owner cd ars four to eight no. 310 that Slu had entered the five Box feet pounds of Tho choicest of meat. Mil death ills Hunt of East main Street crawled into a boiler lire Box at the Kendall refinery Early yesterday morning. The presence of mind and prompt action of Charles a a birr of no. 110 Hilton Avreet stationary fireman on duty at the Plant thwarted mrs. Hunt s attempt at self Dea Trutlion. The woman is in the Bradford Hospital in a serious Condi Tion suffering from severe hums says mondays Bradford Era. First. In fact mrs. Hunt who Nib bit skins imported As Able to Lalk after the Hospital Domestic fanciers can t begin to despite her severe injuries said that she had entered feet first. As the fire Box door is located at a. Height of two find a a half feet from the floor her in trance in tills manner could not have been cosy. Mrs Hunt is 3s years old and has Eldred three children. Six years her ago. Husband died she is said to mrs. Hunt gained admittance to the Jive been confined in a sanitarium at to Ollor room by an ingenious ruse. 3 o clock she knocked on at Liei door or the room and told or Barr that she was looking for a Man named Jackson employed in the refinery. She edict that Jackson a wife was seriously in and wanted him 1o return at once or. Barr sold that he knew o no employee named Jackson but that he would make inquiries. He proceeded to Tho test room and asked the still Man if there was a Man named Jack son in the Plant. The still Man re Lime because of alleged mentality. Hold up men Busy in Bradford. Three Holdup men caused consid Erable excitement but got nothing of value in Bradford one night week. The first called at the Home of Tony j Jalongo where they knocked on the door. Did not open the door but i looked through Tho Glass pane Andi big Blaze at Kane. Picune Jan. Early this morn ing swept the Kane Brick and tile company s Plant doing damage Esti mated at the boiler House engine House grinding department and machine room All were completely destroyed. The loss a partly covered by insurance. The clause of the fire is unknown. H started in the boiler House and Nad gained great headway when discovered by the night watchman at about 2 o clock in the morning. The Plant is some distance beyond the limits of Kane Borough and Tho local fire de was unable to reach the died in Jamaica. The death of William Myles Englc Haupl occurred wednesday january j 21, at Mun Tego Bay Jamaica the win Homo of Jlon and mrs. Ismery jr., if tar a Lew Days illness of pneumonia. Word Fifthe Young Man s death was received in Tradford i Storony after noun by Cable and ins passim of a great Shock to his relatives and friends who were numerous in the City. Of years ocl and for the six years he had been employed As chauffeur by Hon. Lewis Emery or. To went to Jamaica in novem Ber 18, 1919 for the Winter. He leaves his wife and two children his parents or. And John m. Englehaupt and two Brothers. Russell and George your Home now and you will undoubtedly save Money on the Purchase Price. I have numerous properties listed at terms that cannot fail to interest prospective buyers. A few of them arc mentioned As englehaupt of this City. The i scene of Coll Gration because of Tae condition of the roads. three men outside plied that the Only Jackson on the pay 1 Roll worked in the daytime and Judd gone Home Long ago. White of their pistol faces one of the his hand. Longo holding threatened death of mrs. Brown. Mrs. Bertha Wiggins Brown died at f o clock yesterday afternoon at the Home of her up ices or. And mrs. When or. Barr returned to the boil get is gun and Nna j l. M. Is sales of Custer cily. Or room the woman not in sight. Detecting the odor of something Burn ing1, the fireman examined his boilers. He noticed u. Fire Box door open and hastened to investigate. He reached the door just in time. Mrs. Hunt was on Tho blazing coals her head in Tho open doorway and reaching1 with one hand to pull the door closed alter Lier. acted quickly. Seizing1 the woman he dragged her out of the fire Box Fread first. Most of her clothing Al ready and falling from her body. Barr dragged Tho woman out doors and rolled her in the Snow extinguishing the Blaze in what was left of her clothing. Then he turned in Call for an ambulance. Because of the hour there was some delay in obtaining1 in ambulance. Kinelly at about 4 o clock one from he Trio departed e. J. Keyes who was on his Way work in the Bradford electric Light company Plant. One with a gun or lured him to halt but keys ran to wards a passing automobile and the owner took him to the police station passing Enro Ute there two policemen but he was too excited to think of re porting the matter to them. Undertaking establishment a at no while in the mrs. Brown Fiat they held in 1 i from an extended to for West. She contracted e recently returned trip through the Dudick Kutch mite. Miss is Init Irene Kutchmire Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Michael Kutch Miro of Custer City was United in marriage to John .7. Dudich of sit. Jewett at 0 o clock this morning in St. Still s Rived. Fire Box or during the Long wait after being extricated did mrs. Hunt lose Ronse loudness or scream giving Evi i saturday. Dence of her intense pain Only by groaning. Several tinier she said that she wanted to and once expressed regret that even fire kill when the ambulance arrived mrs. Hunt wag rushed to tie Bradford hos Pital. Examination showed that the Bernard s Church. The couple was at tended by miss Anna Zias of this and Micheal Kutchmire jr., of Custer City a brother of the Bride. The Bride was attired in a Blue suit and hat and wore a Boquet of roses. Or. And and mrs. Dudick. Will reside cold which devel oped into a Case of pneumonia causing her death. Mis. Brown was about 32 years old and As survived by her husband har old h. Brown Lier parents and one sister. Mrs. 11. H. Barr. Mrs. Brown s Home was in Washington d. C. She was a member Tho methodist episcopal Church that City. Mrs. Brown graduated from Syracuse University in the class of 191j, and was a member of i Delta Delta sorority. Bradford Era thursday. miss Nina Jane Falconer daughter of or. Anal mrs we. Falconer and or Roy Clinton Ijo Man. Son of or. An mrs. Win. , of Marienville of in it. Jewell. They left at noon for United in marriage wednesday their stir record january 14th, at the methodist Parson in Franklin. Pp., Rev Morris while officiating. The Bride is a popular Jit jewel girl having taught in the Public Scho a number of the Groom wit easy Money. A new York dealer is advertising for 10 million Rabbit pelts. Clayton Arak sent him a few last week and re i was employed Here before being Calle cd ived about four times what he fax Jimo service has Many friends Here petted to got for . Tho flemish they will make their Home in Hadley giant rabbits develop about 12 Jewett Herald. Get some today you re going to Call Lucky strikes just right. Because Lucky strike cigarettes give you the Good wholesome flavor of toasted Burley tobacco. O Gunnn Ted by follows House and lot East Smith port 8 rooms. Price House and lot Willow Street Smethport House and lot water Street dirty will not lie brought to Lini Ruurd p it. P Era Kwh inv. Smethport House and lot East Smith port Pine House and two lots on water Street Price eight room House Willow St., Smethport. Price building lots and attractive Arm bargains also listed. Unch boards and gambling must go. I Iho of list i Viii nut by county Letort lip Jack Allison who was in yes orday. He san cd til fit it in Hyp Kropla the Eye Ball is not sufficiently deep or rays of Light to focus correctly on the Retina. While dts annl vision May to by Normal in Gnu sol Strain ing of the focusing Muscles is necessary for Reading. In fact hyperopia certain Muscles Are under Strain which if May result in manent injury Heller can Only be obtained by glasses which bring Hie rays of Light to a Correct focus. If you have symptoms of by Porola let us examine and relieve your eyes. William w. Clark wort slits to Post Olean new York Ninny boards and prize Iii a in have and lie Lii prosecutions Milos Host who Jave Thorn in their places f business in pm the warning and Flis Cense with them. District attorney g. Potter was Alao in the cily yes today hut he declined to state Tho nature of the business that called him Republican. George Edward Wise. Clerk a Edw Rrt Wise died Hon iome Here Froid. A complication of diseases thursday. Tun. I he and Jeen in poor health for a number of years. To was 40 Yeara old no his Neth and leaves id mourn Iun his wife Throe Brothers and Ono Ulster funeral services were conducted us the Home by Rcv. D. Cd May of them e. Church on sign any after hip remains were Laid to real in it. It to com of Jowett lie Aid. M. S. Geary real estate Agency met port a foreigner sanity tested District attorney Power and county detective Allison and e. H. Hick Man of this City went to Lullow yes Veix Lay to conduct an in vet u to the sanity of a foreigner. It seems thin he had been Nwa y far some time Anil in intr his absence wife and Mother made out fairly recently he Reti Muj Yontl to re port they and not he on rotting along1 they did while he was away so they determined to have his sanity investigated. The authorities examined him most thoroughly and found no insanity. Thereby ends inn insanity. Thereby ends the Kano Republican memorial site is offered. The directors of he first National Hank Javo Biassed favourably on the locating of Tho Myron hums memorial on the plot in front of the Plank. This is an location. The writer in conversation with or. Poley. Tuesday was assured that the memorial would receive Tho Best of at Tention and would be ready for Dedi cation on next. Memorial Day. The matter of dedication will to one Wor thy of greatest red Eagle. Two cases of two rises of flu Aro reported. Edward Delaney and Forrest Campbell of Ell Creek Belner the . Al dec a Eagle. The men who have bought Cleveland trac. Tors Telf they want to sell their teams. They arc doing same work with the Cleveland that formerly required 2 or 3 teams and doing it better. The Cleveland Doe in t know what swampy ground ride it without sinking in and Doaton t pack the soil an slowed ground. The Belt Pulley delivers 20 h. A for All kinds of stationary work. Do you want a demonstration then to the phone and Call. Smethport garage co. Diamond tires cords Miles adjustment fabrics 6000 mile. Adjustment Mora s a Oord tire that ii Kronser mid More re limit. Iti big mileage proved beyond doubt that it it Oord and for that Raeon do hot pm Taie to it Iti Mark Art Miles. For la at 1 e. W. Strong 408 w. Main St. Smethport a. To please palate whether it s fresh meat or poultry that you want whether it s boded Iam smoked Tongue or Mutton oho Jig come Here to sva your wants taken Faro of. Thora Are no choices outs nor la there meat of greater tenderness what you Albi Margarine 30o to 37o per in Geo. H. Denning 10s ohs that Cool clean Klenzo feeling it makes your breakfast taste so Good. Klenzo dental Creme 250. Hogarth s pharmacy the Rexall store. Home Comfort pays Well i i i Money invested in Home comforts Good furniture a better dividend than perhaps any other Way you can invest it. Home cheer and Comfort is a righty help in equipping j your family for the Battle of i life. H. H. Smethport s Asse Penna. I Comfort for weary feet do you Drudge along through each working Day with the miseries of numerous foot ailments anxiously awaiting the salvation of evening and House slippers to remove your distress then hero e permanent Day time or. Shows foot eazers prevent fallen Archea straighten weak instep relieve Mccros Bun ions and callouses relieve Correct weak Ankles rheumatism Flat foot cramped toes and tired and aching feet. And at that they re Only j2.50 a pair. Anderson and Carlson Smethport Penna

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