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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - July 3, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania Volume Xii. So Emiil Ort Vickman c u qty j uly 3, tk1im.h1 kit a hair no. 27. Ring out the olo ring in the new tin i.v.iiiic.1 of the a i k Onliest or. Just h i liter forc leaves a Ino Iti n his Ami Voie to 1 i Imit to the Lii Hitoi Slio Illy aft i of outlying in m Lin Siri i h was an Erik its n High Ihli Orl ant bewail a lifting i to a Servo hit last rites fur Celebration for Boll liquor Ijuro salons. The my Kean county s voice results in better teachers salary Bill was first to Obleck to original form of Woodruff Bill which led to revised measure enacted into Law. Cliff Law providing an in Titu hrs a Ili iries proved to the i of to Ono of Tho storm in nth re of Legisla Tion throughout the entlt1. Legisla Tive session. Al the Hist it seems to no Ono in particular except ably the u application of Ali and counties will receive a just and equitable share of thu state appropriation for schools and teachers Sal Aries. Is a synopsis of the Bill 1. As reported by the conference and a Pra Otica con Milttie. And passed flnn.hi1 by both Law will it a , the minimum salary of teach my. Prohibitionists Over to Weir Victory and hip anti s to take advantage of their . About Highl o clock Tho funeral pro cession at the Hose rooms con sisting of a Largo Aulo truck in which was sealed Tho Kinol port hand. And several empty legs draped with flow after traversing up and Clown main Street several limes the procession halted in front of each of Sun la three Iai rooms and pm nod a March. responded with t appropriate for the cigars mid Ginger ale. In i Roums did a Rushing business in ii cons inf time and it la that a Lille Dislis Biance was reported lion it vipers have closed their Sale of All intoxicating liquors in Disi sensing orly soft Ilvin Lis spending decision whether Bee Winet containing 110 re avi1 of Thi with the Wiuli Riiff Bill As Hurst was measure drawn by a earn Muttee of teachers a Fri sent lat Oliy teachers tons of Pitsburg hat i Sui g and the Bill took into consideration Only Tom needs of the Tiai heis of the Stato for increased salaries a need Gem ally i All conversant with the shool Silva lion. The i Rumely of the i Ginal Bill did not Wiilie into Consil Rallon the welfare of the is diets and Tiu payers to lie affect in by Bill. The Woodruff Bill As it passed the Lousy and As it appeared in the sen the committe of five non los after thu opening session of to was a piece of legs Willim that would have placed an in operable Burden on the riots that had been paying More than he minimum salaries to Leach cars in the Bill As originally in iwo loot from such districts the old minimum salary rebate a. Bill to a a follows i Rovis Ithial Chi Tif Cates. Per Kush Equa car leaves rails two injured conductor we. H. Halpenny and o. Singim victims of Peculiar Accident. Former Smethport girl weds death of mrs. Cunningham clean , ,7uly 1, morn tuesday afternoon at the fam ing at 10 o clock a pretty hut quiet j my Home on main Street occurred the solemnized at the Parson death of mrs. J. C. Cunnair Weliam after i age of St. Mary of the Angels Church j an illness of about two years. When miss Edith Colegrove. Daughter -mr.-t. Cunningham was born in of Anil mrs. A. 1. Colegrove was Hinsdale n. About 80 years ago. United in marriage to George h. Nor Man. Son of g. Norman of Arnot a. We. H. Halpenny and o. Iocim both of Smethport employees of the Kush Ecilua Railroad a upts ined severe injuries about two o clock yesterday wednesday afternoon in u Peculiar Milroad Accident and is survived by her husband. J. C. Cunningham and two daughter mrs the ceremony was performed by the a. R. Braden of Clarendon pa., and mrs. Maj a b. Wallace of Smethport formerly of Denver colo., by a for Mer marriage. Quran Butterfield. De ceased was also a son of the de Kev. K. J. Rengel. The Bride wore her travelling suit of Sand coloured Tri Cotine with Blue Georgette hat. She was attended by her sister. Miss Harriett Colegrove who a tired in a Navy Blue Tri Cotine suit with Blace picture hat. The Groom was attended by his brother William Norman. Cond Clor Halpenny and brakeman immediately following the cafe Singim were Riding in a refrigerator Mony a wedding breakfast was served car with the door open and at a to the immediate members of the two Point Between Kush Siua and it. Jew a families it the Home of the Bride on Ett the cart Al the rails. The weight Holli eighth Street. The Bride s contents table at which covers for eight were every. Aid was entered with Ink the Bride is one of Olean s most prominent women. She is a graduate the High school and of the Mansfield Normal. For a number of she has been engaged As to Cali mrs. Cunningham wa.1 a member of the presbyterian Church until she came to Smethport where she United with the med Ottist episcopal Church of which she was a faithful worker until her demise. Funeral services will be held from the House thursday afternoon at o clock and interment in Rosehill Cem of the car and its freight loosened the couplings and the car with its merchandise and human car go rolled Down the Steep Bali turn ing Over three tiniest i Early investigation revealed nothing wrong with the rails. Ii is believed the trucks of Tho refrigerator car were stiff and not working coir cutly. Conductor Halpenny and buried beneath an Avalanche of Mer Chandik. And were unable to extra cite themselves without the of the engine Rcw. Or. Halpenny sustained severe Burns a bout the face and hands from a ii an Lity of turpentine among Tho cargo and or. Ingam was badly bruised. Both wore rushed to it. Jewett for medical Aid and brought to their Homes on the Irain yesterday evening. Report injuries Are not serious. That their Fry co. Clearance Sale opens saturday on saturday morning july 6, the Jay company will open ii air july Al Caranci Sale which Marks their six tenth Anual event of this nature. A hint of How extensive their plans have been for the Stic Cesa of the Sale in in a Page advertisement appear on the last Page of this Issue o Llie Democrat. R in the Public schools at Waverly a. Anil Williamsport a. The room has made Many while on visits to this City. Or. And mrs. Left this for Elk Dale. Pa., where they will make to fibr future Homo. He Groom having a position us civil Engineer at that place. Notice after july 1st no express delivered without the charges being paid for at time of delivery. If no one to receipt and charge to consignee will Call at express of Loco for the same charges and make own delivery. C. H. Gleason am. By. Sex co. Adv Auto truck for Sale one Ana a half ton study Baycer Max Tor truck High tension Magneto first Baptist Church Rev. Guy a Margeson pastor prayer meeting thursday evening p. M. Sunday services As follows sunday school. A. M. Preach ing service. A. In. Subject judg preaching service. P. A. Subject Whit is temp Ion when does it become a sin wh5 should the Saviour of Man hav experienced temptation would life be a failure if Man was Noi tempted the sunday school will hold a Pic Nic july nth. Our congregations were larger la St sunday. Maintain such l your attendance. The will i of inspiration to you next sunday. Swedish Mission Church the annual picnic o the Church an sunday school will to held july 4th at Ben Norman s farm. Everybody j Welcome. Sunday services sunday school 10 00 a. M. Morning worship a m. Notice change of time evening worship p. A. Spec stake body. All tired practically new Lal singing will be rendered. The run less than 500 Miles. Rare bar swedish people Are cordially invite Caln fond. 6-13 of. To these services. Come and worship Backus Novelty co. A Ltd us. Leo ii o can be sol Al without vol land he War time prohibition legislation. N exhibition dance at Atlantic cite the following cd tracks from news Aper clippings will be of interest t Cihua instances of j. Eugene Byrne to some time ago was employed in met port mrs. Keenan noted dancer of new Ork and Philadelphia assisted by j Lurlyne will he in ances at the senior reception Dan mounted to As much per in some in Mckean the Bill a firs or in lieu thei of 10 districts county. Gay that been paying Liberal salaries Orie Hal of the Twenty five per cent raise i in to each teacher this would a. Mount to for a. Teacher who had received per month during the school pc a 1018-19, the District to a ilk amount of the incr nose while unde Tho old Niin mum salary Law that Dis Trucl would have drawn from t per for that teacher. A de Elded difference in state Aid. The Bill Aji first Thrawn provide for those districts that had paid inn mum salaries in 1918-19 salary to Bates of and per month or a mounts of and coming t the districts from the stale. A de school month. B. Professional certificates or Stato inti Iii school certificates j70.00 not1 is Hool ninth. I e. Lulu Normal school state or county permanent and col provisional certificates per month. 2. Teachers Etc., in second third id Lonath class districts who hold a other than a Uroil Sionni Rolf late and who for the school ear 191 s 1019 received a salary less Ian and Whoso salary is hot in cased by at least 25% under the pro Slons of clause 1 of this Bill shall delve an increase in salary of a to those receiving less than i of b. To those receiving Between hid an increase of c. To those receiving Between my an increase of d. To those receiving More than in increase of 3, of the salaries herein provided or teachers Etc., in Sec Oil third and ourth class districts the common wealth shall to those holding provisional certificate and employed in Rural school per school month. B. To All others holding provisional certificates per which the alumni association Reward to those districts tha Atlantic City High school been niggardly in the payment o Ive to the class of 1915 at the hotel on wednesday night Uno 25. The committe in charge tales that the dance is attracting vide attention As it is the first local Ocial event to be Given in the new Imp Asbador hotel which has turned ver its banquet Liall to the Assoc a this a Surprise party was tendered to miss Jane Richie daughter of mrs. Ralph Davis in Honor of her 21st birth a by Anna a Conan in her studio at 333 Pacific Avenue Atlantic City. N. Mrs. Keenan assisted by or. J. Muryne gave a demonstration after which they Haj to beg to be excuse d. As they were giving a specially dance at the ambassador hotel which met with wonderful Berg Mcdade Mips Blanche Alana Mcdale. Daugher of or. And mrs. Michael Mcl Hule of and John n. Be son of and mrs. Nols Liberg. Also of Crosby were United in marriage saturday morning. Juno 2s. By Trio Rev. P. J. Donohue at the parsonage n Smethport. The couple were attended by or. And mrs. John Dillon. After the i Emony or. And mrs. Tier left on a honeymoon trip. Both Art Young people with Many friends who 0 drawn Veacher a salaries. Tho Bill As first that there was riot enough Money t provide the increases necessary tha districts that had High tax rates necessarily have Low valuations tha districts that had been paying Salares above the minimum were Rich districts and did not therefore need of from the state. Therefore the discrimination against those District that and paid More than the minimum salaries to teachers in 19is-19. Mckean county was Tho first to object to the unfair and unjust measure of the Woodruff Hill. The count directors association sent in apri t. Ii. Morrison to Harr Kburg to of. Acct to the measure. Immediately after our representative c. W. Call introduced the Catlin Bill to take to place of Tho Woodruff Bill. Soon other counties came into Len Early in june the superintendents o , Potter Warren and Elk u on the invitation of senator bal Row _ Tif cintes or Stalo Normal school her Elf locates. School Mont i. V _. A. To those holding Stute no Ryhal school diplomas county Nei manent state permanent or College provision Al certificates per school month. E. The remaining portion of such Sal with percentages of increase shall be paid by the school District. 4. In addition to minimum salary and in addition to portion of salary paid by the Commonwealth the Commonwealth will to each Rural school teacher holding a. Certificate higher than a provisional certificate per school month. I. Increases in salaries of teachers Etc. In first class districts based Oil compensation paid during the. Year 1918-id19. Are As follows a. Jess than per school month 25% increase. B. Between and per school month 20% increase. C. Betseen and per school month Lei increase. D. Mure than per school month 10% increase. C. School districts that do not in crease salaries in accordance with Tho provisions of this net forfeit their right to share in any appropriation. 7. Tylke increases in salaries and provided in clause 5, shall also be paid to . Provided they Are regularly engaged As a full time occupation. Tho increase in nurses compensation shall be Faid one half by the common wealth and one half by the school District. Seniors 8. 9, 10, 11 and 12 refer to the administration of the act. Met Wilh the Senate committee of eds carrying out the provisions cation to discuss the Woodruff Bill of this act the sum of is the result of the objections raised specifically appropriated and in and Gether with the Good work done by oltion thereto Tho sum of the representatives of Elk Mckeaig out of the amount appropriated by Tho and Potter counties a tote and Assembly for the support of Eulond Best wishes for ind Happy married life. A prosperous the committee meeting resulted in Are draft of the Woodruff Bill As found a Bove. Tho Law As now written places an increased obligation on every school methodist episcopal Church Thero will be no evening services during the months of july and August. A other services will be held As us Ual and at the same hour unless otherwise announced. If you mum air that car of yours be sure to first at lend morning worship. To will help you to better appreciate the natural Beaity of the country Side. Olds Rod and gun club the Olds Rod and gun club Haw posted their lands and have men in tool intr and will rigidly enforce the Law. Of Jas Rod and gun Craib. Adv. 4-10tf District of the state the slate under Tho present Law helps the districts to a maximum of Public schools. All where the teachers is used in includes the principals super visors directors of special subjects and their assistants in the Public schools of the Commonwealth. And per teacher Ier year. Amount to be determined by the length of term certificate of the Oacher. It can at be said of the pres ent Bill that it provides for a fair and just appropriation of Stato school appropriations. Districts and counties a that were Liberal in teachers Salar ies in j.93s-19 Are not against in favor of Southeastern counties that paid the lowest Possi. Halo salaries in that year. Thanks to Hie representatives from Mcke in Elk and Potler who fought the mat Ter through to a finish our districts notice beginning july 1, All rough dry family Wash will be seven cents a Pound and 7c.c. The minimum charge for one Wash. Wet to 15 pounds 60 cents the minimum charge and each additional Pound 4 cents. Smethport steam adv. For Sale Blacksmith shop Etc la anal tools Worth dance Hall and lot. Will sell All for George Howe nov. 6-19-tt

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