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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - June 2, 1921, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page four the Democrat thurs., june 2, 1921. The Mckean Democrat Kussell Lindsley editor and manager. R. K. Knapp news editor. Entered at the Post office at sme Liport pa., As second class matter Smethport. Pa., thursday june 2, 1921 editorial it is some boast for a Community of Snitch port s population to successfully present a great carnival such As that of last week. It would be a credit to any town Many times the size of Smethport and indicates that Community spirit is very much alive. Mrs. H. C. Wells and her associates deserve great credit for the great Suc Cess of this occasion. The Democrat has disagreed with Elsilia k. Kane in Many thing but we endorse his senti ments to the letter As expressed in his communications to president Harding and senator pen Rose last week demanding the recall of George Harvey ambassador to the court of St. James which were published in the Democrat. Literally speaking the Doughty Kush Equa gentleman in knocking col. Harvey knocked the Nail squarely on its Square head and his denunciation of the misfit Diplomat is being echoed by the press of All parties throughout the breadth of the land. Everything is in readiness for the coming Fis tic encounter Between Jack Dempsey american Champion and Georges Carpentier Champion of Europe. Dempsey Heads the flightless fighter is although he is a fighter by profession he chose not to make it his profession during the War when fighting men were needed badly. On the other hand Carpentier served throughout the War with the French army and won distinction on the fighting front when Down right guts played As important a part in a fighting Man s equipment As great hams of fists. Jack Dempsey May be Able to reduce the Phy Sical Georges Carpentier to mincemeat when they clash in the roped Arena but he will not have convinced the Public that he is a better Man than Georges Carpentier the French War hero. Not by a darned sight. The project of a service men s memorial Hall deserves the support of every taxpayer of Mckean county. In addition to providing a needed Structure As a depository for military archives and historical objects and facilities for National defense purposes it will be a deserved tribute to Mckean county s defenders of All wars. Bradford people have started a War on Carni Vals and that City is Likely to follow the example of scores of other cities throughout the land and bar these travelling organizations from exhibiting there. Of course there Are a few mighty few of these organizations of the larger magnitude which possess real Merit and which j any town would a one is the Johnny Jones exposition which appears in Brad Ford the majority Are a Scourge and a pest sucking the life blood of the economic Structure of any town in which they exhibit. Barring the swarm of Fly by night carnivals with the exception possibly of one really Good one each would furnish sufficient amusement along that will keep thousands of dollars at Home each year. No further reduction in Ford prices no change from present models there will be no other reduction in prices on Fords neither will there be any change in models was the announcement made at a recent meeting in Columbus o., of Ford dealers at the Columbus Branch. This announcement was made a representative from the Detroit office who went into rela Tive details to present automobile conditions. Some interesting figures were Given by the Detroit representative that have a bearing on the business As a result of the recent reduction in prices. He informed the dealers that the Ford company lost on every touring car manufactured and the net loss on the roadster was while on the Sedan the loss was on the profit Side of the led Ger were three models. The Plain Chassis shows the 1 Ruck and the Coupe the Ford company has ninety million dollars Worth of material under contract for 1921 at the old Price and with these conditions the above figures show that the company cannot stand any further reduction. It is almost certain that unless the company can go into the markets and make additional purchases at lower prices than the present contracts Call for there will be an increase in prices after the first of the year. The Ford Plant at Detroit is one of fifty automobile manufacturing concerns which is in operation at anything like production at this time. In the Detroit factory and All the branches the company has Over employees. Main Street garage James quirk sons. Line of parts for Oliver tractor plows East Smethport Penci Lings i and mrs. Ernest Peterson of Olean were guests Over sunday of mrs. Peterson s parents or. And mrs. Fred Nourse of Reilly hollow. Or. J. B. O Flatt of shot Lenort called at n. U. Hyde s sunday afternoon. Lar. And mrs. A. F. Reeves Ana fam ily a toed to port Allegany sunday mrs. Nelson love and son Clark Are guests of mrs. Haynes of Larabee. Or. And mrs. O. Nourse Gladys and Paul a toed. Allegany Fri tray b. L. Slyde made a business trip to Eldre thursday. Allan Hyde came Over from Brad Ford saturday monday. Mrs. Hyde accompanied him to Brad Ford where she will spend the week. Mrs. A. G. Abbey son Hugh mrs. C. And miss Owens a toed to port Allegany monday. Mrs. Maria. Carter was in Smethport wednesday last. Stephen Marsh of Crosby was n. Guest wednesday of n. U. Hyde. There was a dance at Galco Friday night. Or. And mrs. George a. Hyde of Buffalo a toed through sunday and calling on relatives ill this Vulcin i Sty returning to Buffalo monday. I or. And mrs. F. A. Zimlick son Leo i and master i rankle Hyde were in Smethport monday. Lawrence Washburn was n k most at A Gursc a monday. J or. Putt of Allegany n. V. a i guest last week of mrs. O. D. Course cnut lined 8 Young indies situs any list in Honor of her daughter. Gladys1 birthday. The afternoon was spent in games and other amusements. All had a Delight Ful time. Frank Mcgill and Harold Mcspadon of Kinzua were guests of friends in this Vicinity sunday and monday they were a compared Home by or. Joe Mcgill who will make them a. Vis it. The w. C. T. U. Met at mrs. A. F. Beeves tuesday. Colegrove paragraphs m. L. Bartlett was called to mans. Field a during the week by the death of his Bistor mrs. J. M. Cass. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Herzog and mrs. R. N. Wilson motored to Smith. Port Friday. Or. And mrs. O. K. Dinsmore and children left thursday for their Home in port Alei Gany after spending Sev Era weeks with the Iatter s father we. Mclaughlin. E. Bonnell of Williamsport is spending a few Days with his family. Hans Hanson motored to Bradford sunday. Miss Iva Clark left Friday for her Home in Ceres n. Y., after compleat. Ing a most successful term of school. Or. And mrs. John Bartlett and son of re Durway Are guests of or. And mrs. M. A Bartlott. Mrs. E. A Heinneman is spending the week with friends in Walls Volle n. Ernest Peterson of Olean waa in town saturday. Robert Biskey of Oloan was guest of relatives Here Over sunday. Crosby. Or. S. L. Winslow son George daughter Grace and mrs. H. Krueger were Brief callers in port Allegany sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Enos Groves and Nephew Freeman Falk attended Mem orial services at tort Allegany dec oration Day. Miss a me Hyatt Lias returned to her Home in Warren having closed a successful term of school in Crosby Gigli. Mrs. W. C. Cleveland was a Smith port visitor last tuesday. Or. To. Masterson of Warren a. Spent several Days in Crosby the past week. The people of Crosby and Vicinity were fortunate to have or. Shepard of Gen see Wesleyan Seminary As a speaker for their graduation exercises is some of our of Crosby Are attending this school at Lima. A. Were pleased to meet or. Shepard and to know our boys a Ider such line supervision. Our Earnest desire is that to lira boys will or. Shep Ard As their Leader first and . With or. Herr Man of Smethport on Lac Job closely followed by Rev. Edmunds and a band of other workers our new Chur ii is sure a shining Mark. Hope

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