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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Smethport, Pennsylvania The Hokoan Denio Erm smell Poi a pa., Viiu. Mckean Democrat thursday i Munro 25 local Penci Lings started wednesday in the Public grocery has a timely advertisement elsewhere in this Issue. Caroline Okerlund is confined to her Home by illness. To Lar. And mrs. Frank Harron january 22, a baby boy. Quirk is conducting saturday night dances at his newly acquired Hall on main Street. The new advertisement of the Masser co. In another column of today s Democrat. Grace Olmstead entertained at her Home on West main Street sat urday evening. Mis. O. J. Hamlin entertained a number ladles at a o clock Din Ner thursday evening. Mrs. Willis Palmer entertained the auction Bridger club at her Home on main Street Friday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Potter entertained Tho Victory Bridge club thursday evening of last week. Jas. Tammany has been con by --Vi-Su-1-i ii the in Grade of i no Sun Lii sort Shoul in Obi d a Sli ii jul de t. A Larlick the loading hard Ware dealer has a change of advertisement in today s Democrat. Ai Luu Mcdermott is critic ally ill at Bur Home on Walcer Street with a severe attack of pneumonia Peter Miller of water Street entertains the so Tiu society at her Lime tomorrow afternoon. Girls Guild of the swedish ii Theran Church met at the Homo of miss Almu Miller on water Street last saturday afternoon. The advertisement of the Star theater in another column. Some excellent attractions Are listed for Texi week. Because of the heavy Snow Rev. 3. Larson was unable to come to Sinel Sporl to conduct services in the swedish lutheran Church sunday. Services will lie held Gebru iry Styli at 3 o clock in the afternoon i the weather permits. B. Means was called to Jeffer fined to her Home on Bank Street u severe attack of Grippe but is considerably improved. The Kensington club and a num Ber of invited guests will enjoy at quirk s Hall Friday chants that time is now. Son county last week to attend Tae funeral exercises of his Nephew. Edward Joyner who was killed while working As a tool Dresser on a drilling Well near Punxsutawney. The Young Man was struck by a Bailer. He had personal Points w. A Mii Huney of m Sun Thorl visitor Friday. Moulton of Olean at tended the Dancu at Holder s Hall thursday evening. Elizabeth Geary and Queen o Connel were Bradford visitors sat urday. J. Lizino of Ormsby attended the dance at holders Hall thursday even ing. Lawrence Drake new Castle is spending a few Days at Liis Home in this place. Burns of Olean spoilt tile week end guests of friends in this place. V Soulor of Olean attended at Holder s Hall thursday Eugenia Hamlin and Emilia Mcl candles were Bradford vis tors saturday. Mrs. Arthur Nice was an Oleni visitor Friday. T. 11. Pirtle entertained the five Hundred club saturday evening Tom jump was a Bradson visitor saturday. Robinson was a visitor saturday. J. Brown of Buffalo was Smethport visitor Friday. Returned from France last August hav ing served with the heavy artillery be ing wounded three times. Ever there Wos a time to read the advertisements of our Home Mer dancing party evening. J. Hurdick is critically ill at his Home on Marvin Creek. Nine children enjoyed a Lei guide party to Crosby last thurs Day afternoon Given by Hilma Ray mond and Esther Larson of Rose Hill Avenue. Regular meeting of Bucktail Post american legion Wilt be held at the Hose Parlours next monday even ing. All members Are asked to be present. Mary Mccarthy entertained a number of Young ladies at a six o clock dinner monday evening in Hon Noi of miss Marj Amster who is spending a few weeks at her Home in this place. Mrs. Jas. Mcguire returned Home tuesday from a several months visit read what Monheimer offers in today s Democrat. Forget the illustrated lecture Peter Macqueen f. R. G. S., of Boston the opening number of the Community entertainment course at the lyceum tonight. Or. Mcqueen who is known the world Over As traveler War correspondent and lec Turer was european corresponded of Leslie s weekly during the late War worthy local engagement of ibis Emi nent authority. Composing room depart Man of s. F. Red eld publishing co is now nicely settled in the new Quad lers in the grand Central Block. M. Wiant. The Well known Jewe or and optometrist has an Interstein change of advertisement in to Day with her daughter mrs. John Ruffalo in Youngstown o. Mrs. Mcguire who suffered a severe attack of illness Dur ing her absence has now fully recover cd. The illustrated lecture Given by Wilma. Baumbach noted Swedosh trav Eler and vocalist at the Star picture theater last Friday night for the Bene fit of the swedish lutheran Church largely attended and was an enjoy Able entertainment. Rev. Arthur Gregson accompanied Clarence Russ to Boston mass last thursday night. Clarence will be an out patient of the children s hos Pital of that City for a Little while after which he expects to return Home for Good. Day has purchased the Resi Dence on East main Street owned by w. J. Johnson and occupied or. An mrs. O. T. Chase known to older Resi As the Medberry House. Or. Day s parents or. And mrs. Day who have been sojourning on their farm at Coryville. Will move into his newly acquired property. Skiing became the fad of the hour in Smethport the need of a casualty Hospital Here is becoming Dally More apparent Beer body is doing it or trying to and it is no longer necessary to ask a limping or Malm de citizen where lie got chances Are nine out of ten he was on the reverse end of his Anatomy. Renewing his subscription to til Democrat our Good Friend a. E. Stick. Les of Cuyler n. A. Takes occasion the Democrat in a above in the bathroom of the residence of or. And mrs. A. 1 quirk of East main sleet went on during the night Friday and saturday morning the accumulation of Gas Init from a lighted Jet and the explosion which ensued blew out a window and set fire to the Interior of the room. Prompt work on the part of or. And mrs. Quirk put out the Blaze with min or damage without calling the fire department. Game protector l. K. Hogarth returned last week from Clear Field county where he has been invest gating a number of poisoning cases. It appears that a number of the natives of that Bailiwick have been distributing Poison to destroy noxious animals. Incidentally a Large number of dogs were killed by coming in con tact with the Poison which was Distri buted Over a wide radius. County treasurer and mrs. Eugene attended the funeral of mrs. Brown in Bradford saturday. The meeting of Tho p. Ii c. Lodge tuesday evening the Mem Dunn was a Kane visit of saturday. Miss Genevieve Hinchy of Brad Ord spent the week end with mis Lair Mccarthy. Theresa of Altache a of Rixford spending a few weeks with her steer Man. Mike Hungiville and family. Miss Kelvim Johnson will entertain he members of the k. B. C. At her lome on main Street next wed evening. Bunzer was a Backus visitor saturday. Hagman of Clermont spent sunday with or. And mrs. C. O. Bar son. Ionic Danielson spent the week end in it. Jewett. Sommers Gill was an Olean visitor saturday. Elia. Tag Van and Carl hag Man Are guests at the Home of their sister. Mrs. Walter Daniels. Tena Johnson. Mrs. Agnes Larson and son Paul of it. Jewett spent the week end at the Home of or. And mrs. C. K. Larson on Willow Street. William Halpenny and Dau iter Emogene were Olean visitors saturday. Or. James quirk and miss Mary j. Kerr was an of an visitor .uud.iy, Blun Lel Jones who attends Rock Savl n Normal arrived Home t to spend a few d Lys i , or. And mrs. K. Jones my family. of Johnsonburg pent the week Ond in tills place. Miss Clytle Abbey of Corry is pending a Fow Days with her parents 111. And mrs. A. A. Abbey and fam by. Kilmer of Olean lint the week end with miss mar Clinton Alcarion of Wellsville is pending a few weeks with his grand Solher. Mrs. P. Ii. Scabon. Mrs. M. M. Giletto entertained a of ladies saturday even Iii. Ait rail Johnson spent the Veek end in Bradford. And mrs. Robert Cooper were Olean visitors monday. Ren k. Iii Sindt spent Hio week end in Bradford. civil Mol Man was a a Radford visitor saturday. Wiinblad was an Olivi Visi Tor monday. Miss Genovieve Kelly spent the week in s. H. Land sly mrs fro Green and daughter Lois were Olea visitors saturday. Conolly spent Tho in in port Allegany. Maria Carter spent Sunda Tho guest of mrs. Lottie Colp Grove. Burdick of East Smith to called on his brother the fore part i the week Wei is very ill. Pictorial patterns Arrow shirts the Fry company january Money savers january midwinter merchandise considerably under present Market values. Blankets to men s o iting flannel night shirts men s Best Muslin night shirts men s sweaters to women s sweaters women s Coats to men s heavy fleeced underwear men s flannel shirts to men s heavy Wool sox to underwear for1 All Ages. Oe3ox 5 Ioc Oil Stilu. Soaring. On monthly Pennsylvania crude Oil o reached Tho dizzy Altitude of jc.25 per i j barrel. This equalled the record Price p fur the lust half Century. In 1871 Oil a similar i ice for a Short time purely for speculation purposes. Sproul for president. The candid nay of gov. Win. C. Sproul for the Republican nomination for president was launched at a dinner in his Honor in a Skirton monday night. Hers and a Large number invited guests enjoyed a. Dancing party at the Lodge room. Quirk s orchestra furnished music for the event which was delightful one. Have before us a copy of the Pico Heights Ledger los Angeles calif., a Bright Snappy weekly news paper published in Iho interests Heights the City within at the editorial map Load appears the name of Tom m. Mcclella will not be candidate. In a statement issued in Washington ast week w. H. Taft stated that he would not be a candid Ute for president in 1920. Expect Haj fire now and Money. I Arac ricin Mutual seed co. Ixl Ujj Chicago ill i finish off a room in your attic an extra room for the billiard secluded study or Den maybe you have an idea How you can Best use the space in your attic. You Don t have to fuss around with 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 pet together and Utnik it Over. Well be glad to Loo c Over your with you and Tell you what can be done. Coll us up. Holts Gilfillan Smethport for the Democrat

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