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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - July 24, 1924, Smethport, PennsylvaniaPage four the Democrat tmurs., july 24, 1924 the Mckean Democrat and that it tooth t t i i Russell Lindsly editor and manager entered Smethport Plato lace us second Clubb a Butler. Smethport pa., thursday july 24, 1924 democratic ticket for president John Wilson Davis of Vav. Virginia for vice president Charles w. Bryan of Nebraska state treasurer Heber Ermoli Ilromi read intr 1 o state auditor general John r. Collins supreme court judge Margaret Centre Klingel Snaith. Philadelphia representative in Congress 23rd District e. R. Benson it. State senator 25th District . Paul. Bradford member of Assembly Maxwell 1. Moore Bradford to get More Money and More pleasure a the United states Jis Lor less As a Means to that end i strict aunt compels Bolliing yet invented by Man serves so Well As of moving houses a front pm sit i fee for the i us Fol their copyrighted t t t i a Uriah when until us to limbic in the air or in the blood Thieve is something 1 i harm stiff that americans natural inventors. In fees will la Rion Minu ies in ending revolutionary Days so pressing was i lie desire to int Ollo invent Anil to profit by invention that in 1790 Sells Nurul Congress enacted a Patent act. The would the no first inventions under the Law Are an i of the us. Interesting sidelight on Industrial history of the country says Samuel Kletcher writing for the Imperial Type Metal Magazine. Samuel Hopkins of Vermont was the first to i Oul on Newport California More secret conventions political Reform has taken its greatest for Ward step through the operation of the radio. No longer can delegates to a convention return to their Homes with strange and weird stories to deceive the Home Folk regarding their actions and their votes. The Check tip is too Complete. Not Only is the state in touch with its representatives in convention in Block formation hut the position assumed by each individual is Dis covered in every Hamlet of the Laud by the poll ing of the vote. The democratic convention in new York has demonstrated the value of radio in this Way More than once. The radio for the first time has enabled the entire country to sit in the convention. It has lifted the veil of secrecy. If has enabled the Home Folk to hear the arguments the rulings of the chair to note the attitude of delegations to digest their trend of though i when they have any and to discover the fact when they have not. The betrayal of Trust is no longer possible without discovery. There is a vast significance in the much advertised cry so recently heard through the air from coast to casts Twenty four votes for summed up the radio spells the passing Eft the Boss because even his operations though kept secret in committee rooms and in delegation Headquarters become too evident on the floor of the convention. The Contact Between the Delegate and those who sent him out As a representative spells a greater honesty in voting. The vote of the Delegate is known i Stanter and the Telegram or Telephone of protest can reach him almost immediately. The abolition of the secret convention will do As much to free the people from political abuse As did the institution of the secret ballot. The radio seems destined to give us More Hon esty in politics a consummation devoutly to be wished. Front observe lie front Teeth. They Glisten. They Glisten because they have been scrubbed with a Brush anointed with some paste or powder. They redeem a homely face they Are social and commercial assets. Now observe the Back Teeth. Do they Glisten they do not they Are nothing to brag about. They arc common place workers doomed to remain in the Back ground. They get a lick and a Promise instead of a thorough scrubbing fore and of course because they Are not easy to gel at but chiefly because they do not show. If every smile revealed them to the Public Thev would receive a grooming no less thorough than Given the boys out in front says the Olean Herald. Years ago a cynic remarked that clothe make the Man. The modern being enamoured of democracy have in accied ibis doctrine an-1 insist with Jurns that a Man is it Man for a that. But even while insisting that p. Man must be judged by what he floes they continue to judge him by the Way he looks and in thu they Are in no Way at fault for the human race Learned to accept the testimony of its Long before it Learned to think and the Habil respecting a front is a thousand generations. Heritage from ten if Only the yokels As Young intellectuals Ca them were impressed sartorial elegance there might be reason to boast that the race i outgrowing its Simian love of play pretties but when cynical and hard boiled reporters visit the haunts of the great even these write scorn fully of Jones because his Collar does not fit i neck and write respectfully of Brown because his tailor has done Well by him. If you would obtain financial backing Yoi must from All Points radiate the impression that you do not need it. Let him say otherwise who will a shave and a Shine bring Home the Bacon and whiskers four Days old Are Good for thirty Days in jail. In a land where such conditions obtain it i foolish to scold those who live in a Good neigh boyhood where the rent takes half their earn Nan to Avail himself of the new privilege. Sked Protection on an improved method of making i of and Ivearl Potash was ised in the manufacture of soap and Glass. To produce a ton of says Holland Thompson the Trees on an acre of ground would be Cut Down and burned the ashes leached and the Lye evaporated in Iron Kelles. Ton of Potash was. Worth about Twenty five in View of this imagine he value in dollars of i Day s labor in those Days the second Patent went to Joseph s. Sampson of Boston for a method of making candles and he third to Oliver Evans for an improvement in manufacturing flour and meal. Succeeding patents claimed rights for improvements in distilling driving piles for Bridges threshing Grain cutting and polishing Marble raising a Nap on cloth breaking Kemp. Making nails making bedsteads and propelling boats by cattle. 1 have lately Hail the Opportunity to Survey the inventive Progress of the nation during the last Century As narrated by or. Thompson in is Book. The age of Many great inventors i Vieh its and writers Are nuts Many great Art n the sense that hey become so obsessed with their ideas that hey inflict martyrdom on themselves. Unfit or other employment because of their inability o concentrate on anything else they literally Tarve themselves and their families until the Windfall comes if it does come. Eli Whitney s experience with the Cotton Gin of of have killed anyone other than a Man Whitney s resourcefulness and strength character. The Cotton Gin literally made min ions for the Southern Cotton planters but Whit Ney after paying his lawyers received almost nothing. John Fitch a Connecticut clockmaker built the first successful Steamboat. It carried sengers on the Delaware. Fitch wanted More Money from his backers to improve the boat. They lost their enthusiasm and he left for Ken Tucky where he died unknown. Pitch also had some troubles with his wife and in this connection he expressed himself As follows i know of nothing so perplexing and vexations to a Man of feelings As a turbulent wife and Steamboat a More soul racking life cannot be imagined than that of Elias Howe inventor of in machine. He dragged himself the saw and his family through poverty and when his wife died he was compelled to Wear borrowed clothes Aher funeral for his Only suit was the one he wore in the shop. A few years inter Patent claims Havi in been settled he was enjoying a Large income which finally to a week. Samuel Morse began life As a to Rorai Painter. At one time be was reduced to a poin where he was forced to beg an Advance of from a Pupil explaining that he had not eaten Lor Twenty four hours. To riches and honors and to see his Telegraph .-. i to and new world with the old. I covered the of Vulva six ror years his existed ii the neighbors. Alth nigh he lived to have i Patent Basic in spin litigation yet he died a porn Man More Froid. Choice than from in was always in different to Money. Langley invented a practical aeroplane Afler years of Effort but because of untimely mishaps m trial lights he was subjected to such ridicule that the government refused to Advance fund Lor further experiments. The bitter disappoint ment hastened his death. Failure is sometimes More interesting than Success but it would be unfair to indicate that inventors Are never properly rewarded. Count less fortunes have been made by inventors. To mention a few great inventors on whom Fortune smiled consistently Franklin Fulton. Mccormick. Bell Edison. Of the last who is still on the Job f recently read a Good Story. Edison attended school Only three month it seems that his teacher reported that he was so his Mother an educated scotch woman taught him at Home. And now he questionnaires for College boys torn a is Fumii Pinr Hathi rur suits by maj ii ii if 111 i Landrt from knee 0 unit. Which an ordinance Payn lie More 1 Nihen. With hit naked hands. Club women have at this method and have be i tinny a the Lierich Kinard i retail. However Lis the Newport Mer Lails Don t mind the old Hoy s direct Init Fiield. Lareha ruled Tinct Liotla of naked flesh by the laying pm obeys. Todi h Handiwork Anil footwork ire perfect is his hands nil sensibilities have become callous Illo the nut unpleasant task be in. Or. Twetan. Syracuse. Health com to missioner. Has declared War on the lipstick a lipstick is just personal As a Toothbrush. The Way that Younk ladies pass around their lipsticks is a anti tin. Very St Titius infections Are thus. Trans the doctor says kiss Init be Radii lure. A Philadelphia police Ohar Patei the Una Jill record of having spent 22 christinas behind the bars in pre Pronh Philion Days there wet e any number no convivial Citi Zens who had More than that in front of them. The woman who can no hit i on the head never it sep her Mckean Gas and Oil the new gasoline motorists Are talking about a local product Mckean Gas can be purchased in Smethport at the following stations main Street garage Smethport garage nearby stations Blauser port garage j. Parsons store f. J. Quirk Mckean county distributor Smethport Penna. Trial will convince one of of every do Chicago Girle Havo Good Leel. Says a y. W. C. A. Physical director. A Utopia for motor car sheiks. Joseph Kirstan a Miner living near Dukes Barre. Did not feel Well and Hia wife p Erst dec him to go to bed and rest. When he awoke he found wife and three children most of the furniture and his lifetime savings of gone. Birtt Tan while completely broken still had hid heartache left. Divot cos in soviet Russia can be in five minute term and u a Cost of Only per divorce. At t h c i r on i 1 i us quotation no Kun p. Siun. A n a Ford to remain uni Carrir d. Irish Law i of lure Tif the new which the to in or Crilly Sirri Piru a by the " i of a Arnber Simf. Fuck Johm i or in n f it t Al re is Chi 111 l f i y u 1 i t o oin i it the in Tiik in in. W in Fri x i French Champ Here Hay weather is Here Are you ready sections Grinders rope Forks Oil Etc. Charles w. Masser hardware Smethport the fastest French Thoro lived in now id the u. S. And under the cart Fol training of Eugene la being conditioned for three Ruff the american Clamp ions of the Yeti to be a lecterns Nyrl Juhn a Mirum and Eland halon any motored to stale co Cue Aid a pct the week exd. Gifts that last the Bride carry everything in the in weary storm line. We Are Selling the highest Quality goods at the lowest Foj vices. Our years of experience in buy ing insures you. See us last and be convinced j. M. 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