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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania R vol ume Xii. A i Mcouat i co. So Lite port Mckean county july 24, 1919 i Ell Skall in Advance no. 30. Opposes Sun Day baseball in pulpit a recent movement in Smethport to stimulate sunday baseball and Eft Dorset editorially two weeks ago by both the county seat newspapers in Edfar As Are concerned those desiring to participate in this form of recreation formed the basis of a Sermon delivered last sunday by Rev. Guy l. Margeson of the1 Baptist Church. The text of the Sermon was remember the Sabbath and keep it Rev. Margeson expressed his love for base Ball As Well As clean moving pictures but expressed disapproval of employ ing it As a sabbat i Jay recreation. The substance of the Sermon will be found in the following extracts in the beginning of human history god created a Sabbath. After the creation of the Earth and that on it he rested. Jesus Christ who came in the Ful Ness of time said remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. He said that "1 have come not to destroy the Law but to fulfil he came to give that which was instituted by the Law a greater meaning. The Sabbath was Given a greater meaning. The principles of Jesus invade it a. Day for doing Good a Day of worship and a Day . God put a Sabbath Here because it is needed. As the Earth could not exist without the Sun so you could not expect this Earth to serve its purpose without the Sabbath. No company or corporation has the privilege of robbing an employee of oils Day. The purpose of How it should be kept was instituted by god and not Man. In a study of the new England history 1 was impressed of How sacred the Day was made by the settlers. What world this 1st we " physical Dod has created Man to toil. earn his bread by the sweat of his brow but he was Given time to rest As Well As work. His Energy is expended by degrees during the week. Each Day finds our phys ical Powers a Little lower than on the previous morning. But it is not As sacred to some As it once was. The enemies to god and Hia Sabbath have been fighting a strenuous fight to destroy the mean ing As it once was instituted by the creation of Man. They Are building Strong forts from which to wage this fight they have been collecting what ammunition they could to carry it on. The ammunition of the Church and moral forces is the principles As expounded in the gospel and those principles endeared by our fore fathers. Our democracy in its begin Ning respected the Sabbath. All Laws passed now to the contrary do not respect those exacted or written by methodist episcopal Church tie annual sunday school picnic was held in Galco Park on july the 17 the. 3t was a Lovely Day for the occasion and about two Hundred schol ars and friends spent a very enjoy Able time. The commute takes this Opportunity of thanking All who donated the use of their cars mrs. C. W. Freeman and the company of ladies in charge of the commissariat and p. S. Grossman director of games Etc. The subject of the Sermon next Sun Day morning will be the Price of no. Evening service. Two in the 9th and Victory the a Utility ninth nearly proved Falo the local boys on the Damn my l sunday when Austin which team Grad Unity cutting Down five run Lead by Smethport in their half the first inning1, rallied and put a Cross four runs in the last so Nim leaving the locals with a choices. Of either a rally to at least tie a six to seven score or submit to defeat. A single a walk two passed balls and a neat bunt resulted in two runs and the game for Smethport. Austin opened the game with one run in the first inning but Smethport put the on ice in their half with six runs Only to be nearly froze out before the end the game. Two ring Les and a free pass put three men on bases and Louis Hull doubled Clear ing the bases and took third himself on a wild throw from the Field. Three More men crossed Home plate before the third out. In the second inning Austin scored one run and Smethport nothing. Aus tin opened the third with determination getting two men on with Only one Down hut the locals tilled a fast double play on a grounder second to commended for service . A letter to or. We. M. Farnham from new York Headquarters of the Etc National committee of Young men t Christian association gives indication of the excellent War service Mude by Floyde f. Averill formerly a resident of Smethport. The letter says or. Floyd f. Averill of 124 West Pine Street Cadillac Michigan who has been in the overseas service of the y. M. C. A. Since september 191s has just returned. He made n very excellent record As is indicated by the following extract from a letter by army Olicer dear or. Averill now that the Trenchi artillery Cen Ter at Vitezy haute Saone France has completed its in Tison i desire to take this occasion to thank you for your services Here. The y. M. C. A work at this station has had a very beneficial effect on the moral and Spir it of this command the letter to or. Farntain Contin you will 1 am sure is a Friend of or. Averill be glad to know of his Fine work. We Hope his friends will realize Nui cordial appreciation of the service he has Yourn very sincerely Charles ii. Stone. Garages must record cars repaired or stored Harrisburg july 24, tors of Public garages throughout Pennsylvania have had. Their attention court House news deeds. July 10. F. A. Agger trustees Al Al to Oscar s. Magnuson Kane Grace m. Burrows to w. Ii. Davis exr., Kane a. Choral to Vincenso paiute Brad Ford Catherine Mcdermott to gust d. Haynes it Al. Kane county Trust co., to Ray mond e. Beyler Bradford Eliie j. Vanscoy it Al to William j. Healey it Al Foster twp., july 11, Carl r. Johnson to James e. Shoughnessy Bradford Harriet e. Knapp to George w. Bovaird it Al Eldred twp., Minnie t. Neilly to d. E. Bedford Josephine Moore it no to George Otts Bradford elfin j. Vanscoy it Al to William j. Scaley Foster twp., Isert Hii i. Fessenden to Willis s. Wund Nevi it ill. Amiin twp., d. Smith 1o c. E. Mcdonald july i t. N. Fox to will Luin v. Owler Kane David Cornelius to William r. Cor Nelius Bradford twp. John Cornelius to William Cornelius Bradford twp., c. Cross it Al to Emerson l. Cor Nelius Foster twp., Lara j. Cornelius it Al to Emerson i. Cornelius Foster twp. Emerson l. Cornelius it Al to Ern est j. Cornelius Foster twp., Emerson i. Cornelius to Anthony Hydock Foster twp Thomas Kane trustee to Thom As Downs it. Jewett july 14, George a. Colegrove it Al to Charles f. Colegrove Bradford twp., Geo. A. Colegrove it Al to Olantha Story Bradford same to Joseph Onifrio Bradford organize Post Amer Gan legion a meeting of the service men of Tho army Navy and Marine corp was Livia in the Hoso House in Smethport Bor Ough Friday evening. July 18, for Tho purpose of organizing a Post of uie a Melcan legion. Tho following offi cers were elected Lieut. E. O. Potter Post com Nina first Baptist Church Rev. Guy a Margeson pastor prayer mooting thursday evening 8 p. In. Subject Friday evening there will be held a social in Tho Church vestry. Every one la cordially invited to attend. Sunday Are vices arc As Sun Day school a. M. Morning Wor ship a. M. Subject conditions of prayer evening worship p. M. Subject the four men some vital searching questions will to considered at this hour. Clinton Clark Post Vlco Comman Der. Paul j. Donning. Pout adjutant. Fred Blever Posl finance officer. . A. R. Ii Vormor Post hib Lorian. Ear Terry Posl chaplain. Thuse Oill cers Are temporary namely until after Tho convention to to held at Minneapolis on november 10, 11. And 12. 1310, at which Ime the present temporary Constitution will to formulated permanently. Application was made to the state executive committee at Philadelphia for a charter in Tho american legion. The Post name requested is Buck this Post has n possibility of two Hundred men for membership including the men from Tho country districts. Clarion Normal called by letter to the provisions 61" the act approved by governor Sproul Andrew p. Corwin to Augustus b. June requiring that records must be kept of All cars stored or left for re our ancestors. It is a shame and a disgrace to such that our country will now allow sunday baseball and moving pictures. 1 have nothing to say against Good clean moving pictures. But t say it is not right to permit it on sunday. I promptly proceeded out the next Man up. In the last of the sixth a single a sacrifice a stolen base a free ride gave Smethport an Opportunity to score with first and second filled and two Down but the visiting Pitcher matched Denning s feat with a strike out. The seventh and eighth were quiet in both halves and the game entered its last leg with the score six to three in favor of the locals. Three consecutive singles by Austin filled thai Mases with none Down. Another single brought three in timing the score. Two outs a stolen bosc and a single scored one More putting Austin one 1o the Good two Down and a Man on first. The sixth single of the inning filled first and third ind Pitche. Denning was removed in favor of Hob who pitched Only one Ball the barter fouling out. After seven consecutive zeros Little Hope was hell bj1 spectators for Smethport. Knt Rintje la Weir half of the , first Man or promptly singed the next walked and a passed Hall advanced the runners to second have nothing to Sny against baseball if played on week Days. I love a Good not re and third. Inu or Vircil a Sec and passed r-x1 Loavina a mini on none Down r r. 1 a tic 1 so r a Well placed ii -.1 by Krio i in 1 Ort s . To seven. This must be used by the garage men. Records must be kept. In Ink or Indel Ible Pencil and shall be open to inspection of police or other authorities for one year from Date. A stiff Fine is provided for failure to maintain the re Cord police authorities declare that the. Keeping 01 these records will do much to end the stealing of automobiles. The record Sheet contains spaces wherein a Complete description of the car is make of machine manufacturer s number make of engine number of engine arid other in formation. The Sheet has been pre pared so that it will be of great assistance to garage men in keeping tabs on their own business. Highway commissioner Sadler in his letter to garage owners and operators sets Forth the entire Section on covering record keeping. It is Section s of House Bill 395 act is Fol lows that the proprietor of every pub lie garage and motor vehicle repair shop shall cause a record to he Kep after the manner to be proscribed b the state Highway commissioner o tile names of any and All persons own hark Bradford commencement five from this Vicinity among class of sixty graduates. The Democrat received week a copy of the Clarion Normal commence Orient edition of the Clarion Republican dated july 17, giving Complete account of exercises 03 Well. Namei of. The sixty graduates whom k Stefl f 1 Roni Virji to Zhelev Marks Reha to Charles k. Zoler Bradford m. C. Lawler to Arnold Baker Liberty twp., Bertha m. Brown to Charlotte Al. Hamjlton port Allegany Abble Earl to Eva Andress port Allegany july 15, Augusta Marie Bush to Emil e. Wallin it. Jewett Albert d. Tjon fellow to Lettle h. Wheeler Bradford f. M. Nash to Andrew p. Corwin Bradford. July 16, Carmine Felice to Mary e. Hart Bradford Winifred cur mings to Liisse pal an Zirami Bradford Amanda p. Fitch to Harry Fox Fos Ter twp., Bertha Gabriel to Florence Kaird Kane Fred j. Block to Raymond Santens Hamlin twp., Charles i. Clugston to Delia clubs ton Otto twp., Saverio Falve to O. Colosimo Bradford Cora m. Simon to f. E. Cummings Otto twp., assignment mortga3es. By or. James Herbert Kelly july 14, Daniel w. Plealey adm. To Dirc Clor of no division University Daniel w. Healer adm. Bradford exec Nihon of of Pitts 1 i Tirpy. Flor a Brief introduction in popular couple wedded monday miss Grace a. Wilson daughter or and mrs. R. N. Wilaon and Glair Wescom Neyr were United in marriage monday morning july 2l3t at halt past seven o clock. Tho ceremony was performed by Tho Rev. P. J. Dono Liuo at his residence on. Franklin Street sino Lenorl. The Boldo wore an attractive dark Blue Laffita travelling gown with hat to match and wus attended by miss Margaret sort Well of Smethport the Groom was Al ended by or Dan Mccurdy of Colegrove. The wedding breakfast was Are vet by mrs. P. A Sartwell at her Homo on King Street. Covers Wero Laid Tor six. Tho color scheme was a decoration arrangement of Pink and White. Immediately after Tho breakfast or. And mrs. Fescenmeyer left for their wedding Lour which will Lounts of interest on Tjapko Erie. They will be at Home in Kane after september the first. The Boldo is a Woll known and deservedly popular Young lady and Tho Groom is an employee of Tho Northern pipe line company who has won Many friends since coming hero Sev eral years ago. A Host of friends extend theii1 beat wishes. A-.-. Anderson of Colegrove Blanche Field of Hazelhurst Pearl Zetler of. Hazel Hurst and Olive Doyle of it. Jewell. Commencement exercises began As Early As june 7 with a Serfes of Grad uate recitals Given by the pupils of the departments of music and expression. Four recitals constituted the series. Juno 7, 14, 17 and 21. Culmination of exercises took place wednesday Forenoon july 2, and in regard to final event the special commencement edition says in part this was the Climax toward which Many of the class had been working for for years the Day when they should receive their stale teachers certificates. The class of 1919 made a splendid record for scholarship and secured the unqualified endorsement of the state Board of examiners. Four members graduated with honors. The program of the Day opened with a the invocation by lev. Joseph Arnold and a piano Solo the spinning honorary class or actions were then delivered followed by a piano Solo. The commencement address was de Hull of Norwich Rno lored to Smethport Ireland of it Jewett spent sunday in v Ray Quinn of was in town tuesday afternoon. Claire Mccarty was a Bradford visitor from saturday until monday. Or. And mrs. Elmer Dodge of key Stone Wero in town tuesday afternoon miss Ruth Mccarty was a week end guest of her sister Mary in Bradford. The seniors entertained at a danc ing party tuesday evening in Holder s Hall. Brown. Samp to Carrie Illey 1c. M. Kin onid to Mck Erir no or having charge of any motor be hide stored left for repair or any of base Ball game Btl we Are not re favor to seven. Jer put pose at any such Public _ us erne on u spearing the National game when play a it sunday. July -7. Smethport or motor i Eric a re pair shop Rugeth i 1 Rii i co. Bradford delivers cd on our lord s Day. J will play Bradford on the local Field. A the make manufacturer s i or. N Injo of relate of i i Manlut of such those who i Lay or am interested in is i old and this i rom it do not reason the right of in from Snappy . Religious and morn standpoint. The i argument is pleasure and prohibitionists to for those who cannot play another run full ticket time but sunday. J a. Monday morning of do the food Christian people executive committee. Satisfaction of mortgages indy 10. W. 11. Ollavi exr. To i m. tvs ? 0i. Which or. Kelly congratulated this ofis of the darwinian doctrine on the of aim i is f Mic As of n. It a Tim Sulci record be Kepi Ink indelible it Neil and shall be open to the inspection lit1- of juicers or other proper auf Hori j l. . Pm m. Kane ?31fi.t in to Haj re Foster tie.--. Smirh re cords Snail be retained Why because their convictions will not allow Thorn to. Ence will not permit. Their co Sci we look held in the office of f. M. Llo Tonkiss i . " for a period of Bradford resolutions were adopt after in try at it from a morn and religious View Point our attitude on this subject will change. Are Hose interested doing All they can to promote the moral and religious welfare of our Community of they Are not then it must be the two factions have a great Gulf Between them. Those two factions Are. Those for sunday baseball and those against it. As a Clergyman it would not look Well for me to endorse sunday base Ball. If it is not All right for me i ask you in the name of Justice is it right for let there be one code of morals for All. This is not a Day in which to have a double Standard. Advertisers want Democrat regards its subscribers and advertisers As personal friends to be served upon occasion. To also immediately notify the local police authorities and slate Highway commissioner of any Surh motor vehicle who Rcpt the manufacturer s Mimer or Mark has apparently been altered obliterated or Wornov with the Highway department receiving Complete information concerning stolen cars and garages keep ing records of cars received or stored it will he possible quickly to locate stolen automobiles if they re main in Pennsylvania. Assn. To a. It. Jewett at de providing that a fail ticket to placed in Tho political Field this fall. An other meeting will lie held Mon Day at which time recommendations for endorsement will he made and it ions put in circulation. Following arc the resolutions a lop cd at the instance of the stale Central committee. That a Complete prohibition ticket be placed in the Field for All county offices by circulating petitions. Thai preference be Given by endorse ment to other party candidates who Promise to assist in strengthening and enforcing prohibition to the extent of their ability As citizens and Public committee then adjourned until monday. Only 28, at a. A. At the run less than so Miles. Dare h. Starr Cut it Al. Assume set. ihvi., Pulitic mind is if the fun import of our or hols. I Yon upon your Opportunity. You Are into thu Alt cd Peterson of it. Jewett spent sunday evening in town the guest of friends. Ben Young returned last saturday from a few Days visit with Bradford and Olean friends. Or. And mrs. P. S. Grossman Are in Punk Slawney this week called there by the death of a relative. Mario shorten of Bradford who has been a guest of Ruth Jones left Mon Day for her Home in Bradford. Cal Voorhees and Irvin Mccarty left monday morning for Akron o., where they have secured employment. Miss Etoile Freeman of Bradford spent with her parents. Or. And mrs. C. W. Freeman on Mill St. Or. And mrs. Win. Gorman of Brad Ford Spert sunday evening wit i or. And i s. Jeri Inird on Street. All Vertri i lopper of n. A. Is a in Ali Home of her Bro w. on Hank . I Ozvell and sons left on 1 monday . For los Angelik. Cal relatives in in Fifo Ile of life a Sti att Gic moment. But j Clatys m. Dikeman to to. p. A Ashburn. peace was signed on a sunny. Auto truck for Sale one and a half ton Sturlic Baker Max for truck High tension Magneto Only 14, Martin Lawler to Arnold Laker. Liberty twp., Carrie e. Lir own. Guard., to Otto . Bradford july 1r. Las. W. In asure exr. To g. Doty Bradford new suits. October term 1919. No. S1. Daniel Mccann is. Mineral Oil pain co., assumes in. No. 52. Orange National Bank at Smethport Etc. Is. The Hatch Glass pand corporation a corporation Etc. Deft., it Al foreign attachment. Use Phoenix Oil company is. It. Lewett Gas co., Asmi Apsit. No. L of there. Wero lit mordant notes at the peace table and these luit reflect the social unrest of the world the of Europe Are almost in revolution and the spirit Here is significant. Our country How Ever occupies a position of Vantage. We have our hand on the wheel of for tune we hold Fate of the league of nations. Cod once called the israelite As his people but they had to be scattered. To chose the roman Woolri. Hut Rome had to to scrapped. Has he now chosen America your problems will he great and Many but you can solve them and in Many attends Gideon convention at Cleveland win. M. Farnham recently elected a Yolk of Tate president of the girl on left tuesday for Buffalo to join state delegations and wed los Day evening went by boat to Cleveland to attend the National convention of the order. Stake body. All tires practically new no. , Geo Rixo w. Bovaird Otril is. Rasos you alone can solve Shohl. Some place. Twelve nominations will in made. Again of adv. I fit of. Backus co. Irene. Kii Patrick. Divorce. No. Kenvl Forward resolutely in the full Onni kelp Ulrico is. K. Denom that those who Are for you or who you principal c. C. Green then made a Rief address to the class the parents their friends in which he congratulated the class on the excellent they had done. Professor Wilkinson. Secretary of the faculty then called the class Roll when they Rose and principal Green bestowed upon each member of the class his Well earned diploma. Rev. Montgomery pronounced the Benedic Tion and the class received the congratulations of their Many friends and ii Appy commencement festivities Clos

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