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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - May 1, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania Over Early buy Victory Bonds volume Elji. Us Mcouat i co., inc. I is , Miklian county i i if this Mil run in Nova nub no. 18 Odd Fellows anniversary the delegation from Smethport Lodge no. 389, i. O. O. Of. Was the first of 800 members of 25 lodges in five counties to appear at Kane Mon Day for the purpose of observing the 100th anniversary of the founding o the order the Smethport delegation left on the g a. Train on the Kush Equa route and was accompanied by the Allied band. The Day s celebrities opened at p. M., with a Parade consisting o four divisions Smethport Lodge an Allied band being assigned to the firs a reception to the grand Lodge o flyers followed after which degree were exemplified by Kane Lodge n 412 and Ridgway degree team of re Bekas. At the evening mass meeting in to Temple theatre w. H. Bunco acte As chairman and introduced the speak ers who. Were grand master Roy b Man of Harrisburg grand Secreta usher a. Hall of Philadelphia a grand treasurer Fred c. Hanyen Scranton in addition to Burgess. Jas. F. Wood delivered an address of Welcome. Odd Fellows Home orches tra of ten pieces from Meadville furnished selections and mrs. Milo w. Cox of Kane rendered vocal entertainment. Although weather conditions were rather Adverse to carrying out the in Tensive program members who participated report a anniversary commemoration. Over Early John Hafner Woolrich is mourning the demise o John Hafner one of the Best citizen of that Community who died monday morning at o clock of valvular heart trouble after an illness of Sev eral years. His conditioned not become ser ious until two months ago and Dur death of Ulysses h. Foote Ulysses h. Korotc. Of Coryville. Died unday afternoon april to at his ome after in illness with pneumonia funeral services were held thursday Ter noon at the Church and inter list of 134 names compiled for snit port Roll of Honor ent was made in Coryville cemetery. Or. Foote was born about 51 years go and on september 23, 1892 was married to miss Rose Plummer. Of his Union three children were born Lary Olsen of Dallas Texas Keith note of port Allegany and Harry Poole. Deceased. Mrs. Rose Foote i d in 1905 and or. Foote married a Ain on july 9, 1911, to mrs. Ruby Reeves who survives with four child in of this marriage Bernice Harry Rosalie and Nathan. Deceased is Al o survived by ills aged Mother. Mrs. V. D. Foole of port Allegany two Sisters mrs. Martha Newell of Asb on South Dakota and Dehla Black of Ceres n. A. Ard three Brothers r. Ii. Foote of port Allegany James of Brad Ford and Simeon of Ceres. It will be recalled that the late or. Foole at various times held the. Offices of chief of police. Constable game and fire Warden. Many friends join the bereaved family in mourning the loss of a kind and Loving father. L in the in the finishing department of Woolen Mill of John Rich resided at Woolrich for the past ten years. He was a. Consistent member of the Woolrich m. E. Church and was an Odd fellow. He was one of the Best known and most highly respected citizens of that place a devoted husband and kind father and a Man who was True to every Trust reposed in him and whose word was As Good As a Bond. Deceased was 53 years of age and leaves his wife two daughters. Miss Esther and mrs. Glenn Johnson one brother William of Brockway Ville and four Sisters mrs. Lena Martin. Cler Mont a mrs. Alfred Bond Brad Ford mrs. Edward Mckean. Smith port and mrs. Mary Anderson in Cal fornia. Funeral services were conducted on wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock in the Woolrich m. K. Church by Rei b. H. Yocum. Interment was made i nearby cemetery. Over Early first Baptist Church Rev. Guy l. Marg son pastor prayer meeting thursday evening i 8 o clock. Services on sunday As follows sunday school a. S preaching service . Subject. Sin of preaching service 30 m. Subject parable of the the tuesday evening Sermon will be a continuation of last tuesday even ing s Sermon. The Church is planning for an every member canvass at visitation next sunday let us do All we can in contributing to the Success of this movement. The conference yesterday proved a methodist episcopal Church you say the Bible is not reliable. Then with you rests the Burden on oof. By what process of reasoning have you arrived at your conclusions what if it could be shown that your conclusions Are based on false promises prof. Huxley who was a great Oslic. Indeed lie coined the word said tills it appears to me that there is anybody morn objectionable than the orthodox Bibliog Olater it is the Heterodox Philistine who can discover in literature which in some respects has no super or nothing but a subject for scoff no and an occasion for the display of Lis conceited ignorance of the debt he owes to former come and worship with us sunday morning and hear a modern Efalua for the sheer Joy of knocking them Down but is tackling in dead Earnest the problems which beset the modern mind. The subject will be How does the Bible stand Over Early grandpa Fred Gallup no they weren t looking for Ger Man aircraft but just gazing at the oot High lettering in White on the win own of Fred Gallup s office Over the Famlin Bank and Trust company. Those who had already heard the Irb tuesday morning of a baby boy o or. And mrs. E. Gordon Potter were lot mystified at the inscriptions. Grandpa Fred and grandpa Gallup be know who pulled the stunt but be won t Tell because he is afraid of ours and the new grandpa might ring his neck. Gurnon who has been in service in France a few months has just again set foot on american soil arriving at list of names to appear on Smith ports world War Roll of Honor to be erected soon in the court House Lawn has been compiled and forwarded tuesday to the manufacturers. Citizens Are asked to Check the list of names printed herewith and advise the committee of any omissions or changes. The committee consists of m s. Geary o. J. Hamlin county treasurer Frank Potter and commissioners clerk a. R. Anderson. Apple Paul Avei ill Floyd Bermender Norman Broughton. William Broughton Riley Burdick. H. Hamlin i Lownell. We. Bisset Merle Bush. Alfred Biever. Fred Harbour Frank Burlingaine Fred c. Ball. Bernard a. Bingle Joseph Harbour. Alex Carl Edward Carlson Leonard Chadwick Evrel Carey Harvey Craft Harry Clark cd Kiuon Clark. Thomas h. Or. Connelly Scott Connelly. John Colegrove win. Curran Kichard Cookson. Rev. Earlo e. Dickinson. Mcaleb. Daly. Robert e. Lawrence Dudley Day Harold Dunn Thoma s Totterweich John c. Denning Paul Daly James Denning Howard engr Strum Waldo Ellwood. Effie Eberly j. Lee Fleming. Rev. J. S. Freeman Cera French Harry Fay Frank b. Glavin Edward Gillette Melville Gonia Daniel Hamilton. Robert m. D. Hull Norman hatches. Milton j. Hull. Robert Heinlein Claude Holder. Neal Henrietta Patrick Hungerford Russell Horneiii Edwin Hogarth. Donald Holcomb Charles Hafnor Earl Hallstrom. Paul Hoston. Monday morning. At last re cat he was in Camp Devens and expected to be discharged within a few clays. Over Earls Smethport Rew Hill Road improvement Henrietta John Hellman Harry Howard Harry Holmes Irving Johnson Albert Johnson Manferd Keyes Charlea Kessler Raphael 3rd Kohn Carlton Kohn Edwin r. Lyman Earl Lindsley Russell Lemmler Harold Larson. Emil Lennox Glenn Lindholm Edward Mcalpin. John v. Mcc Ammeran Herman Mccarty Paul Mccarty Robert Mccarthy Carl Mccarthy. Irvin Mccarthy. Howard Mccabe. James Mccabe. George. Mcdermott. Arthur Mcowan Leonard Mcgowan James Mayo Kenneth Morrison. Eugene a. Menser Archie Metzgar. Cecil Madeline. Warren Monheimer. Herbert masters Iver Manani Joseph Nelson Carl Nellis William Norman. Ralph Ostrom. Leo of Landtr. A., m. D. A Irvin Ralph l. Piek i still Gli Ordis pm joker still Arthur Powers. Potter. R. Gurdon Quick Francis Quinlisk Paul Russell we. Edward Ryan Thomas Rice Ralph Reynolds Cecil Renda Thomas studholme Edd a. Shultz Charles ii. Simpkins Xor Man Specht Fred Schoolar Harold Smith Wright Sterrett Louis Thomas. Collins Terry Earl Vandyke Rev. We. E. Van lad Axel Vettenhall. Lowell Workley Howard Wank. Bernard Wallace. Joseph Young. Gardner Young Benjamin Young Lena music Day at travellers club music Day All one s life is music. If one touches the notes rightly and. In was the subject of Tho pro programme of the travellers club meeting held saturday april 20th in the Parish House. The meeting was in charge of mrs s. F. Redfield mrs. 11. H. Redfield mrs. Chas. Bosworth mrs. Fred Hung Ivylle mrs. John Clark mrs. Howard Brownell mrs. V. B. Bouton mrs. Pomeroy miss Irma Wells and mrs. Frank Potter. Mrs. R. Kessler jr., acted As Presl Dent owing to the absence of mrs. E a. Studholme. The program was most delightfully carried out As follows Solo. Passing and at Dawn ing by miss Grace Olmstead. Duet. Parting Bird s Farewell i and mrs. E. B. Bouton. Address women during the War mrs. Frances Gordon Sears. Solo Mellow the Wood miss Charlotte Bosworth. Mrs. Frances Gordon Sears o Ringl Melon. N. Y., who gave the lec Ture. Women during the gave the greatest satisfaction. Mrs. Sears la equipped for her work both by nature and education having a most fascinating personality a gone Quality of Lins a warm heart an acute sense humor and live interest in the ques is of the Day. Mrs. Scars was edited in new York City at Madan and s school and still visits Severa new York women whom she met a ung i the school. Extensive travel abroad has give a wide vision of men and affairs. After the Prda gramme refreshment Ere served in the Parlours to the club embers and their guests. Over Ake your Choice Bonos or taxes argument court Calendar for thursday May 15, divorce hearings 1. F. W. Aldrich cashier is. O. B. A no. 142, october term 1900. Rule o show cause Why judgment of non pros should not be entered. A. P. Juey for plaintiff e. R. Mayo son or defendant. 2, a. Young j. C. Young. No. 86 june term 1918. Rule to show cause Why the writ of attachment should not to quashed also Why attachment should not be dissolved. F. D. Gallup and John Tuo Liy for plaintiff. Sheri Dan Gorton and Thos. H. Morrison do Bene Esse for defendant. 3, Emma Cole c. L. Cole Sabra Burger and Lottie Etc Len is. Roy Goi Ter and g. H. Bradley Lars. L. 1c. Car Ter. No. 9, october term 1918. Rule to show Why a Rule should not to granted requiring the defendants to bring Clitu Oli ejectment within six months rom the Date of service thereof. T. Mullin for plaintiff. Columbia National Bank of plots urge pa., a corporation is. W. A. Bell. No. 115 october term 1918. Rule o show cause Why judgment should not be entered for want of a sufficient offid Nult of defense. David e. Mit Chell. Thos. H. Morrison for plaintiff. If we Don t the Bill one Vay we vill have to in another. It not raised by Means of Bonds then the government will have to re. Sort to taxes. You Don t want the taxes increase do. Can Tav beyond a James George for defendant. Jacob Stalnan and Jalman Stal i inn co partners trading As Staiman Brothers is. Joe Kei Heubach. No. 87, june term itus. Kule to show cause Why plaintiffs statement should not of be stricken from the record. Brown Imchoon maker Nash for plaintiff Melvln is Melvln for defendant. A sirs. Hattie Marsh a. I. Marsh no. 50 october term 1016. Rule to prepare the ground talk Good roads Bonds sold at Premium. You know that the Victory loan in coming and you know we Are going to take it. H will lie the last general loan. Down in your heart you know that you Are not joins to fail your govern ment now. Therefore. Don t hinder. Help Victory loan rallies entertaining instructive pro ready Money for business extensions. It Means the closing Down tries land a Lack of funds to raise and Harvest crops. The practical question for us to de cide is whether we shall lend our Money to the government and get it Back later with interest or whether through taxation to shall give our Money to the government and never get it Back at All. Lend to your limit or be taxed beyond it. Over Early Ward Means in Kush Equa Accident while temporarily serving As con Ductor on the Kush Equa route Mon Day in place of William Halpenny. Who was relieved from duty for the Day to attend the Odd ckllows1 Celebration at Kane. Ward Means suffered Sev Ere crushing of the right foot while coupling two cars it is reported that lie kicked at a coupling connection that was show cause Why a new trial should not to granted. T. F. Mullin for Plain Tiff. Mullju Woods for defendant. 7, Mordecal Casson is. Elisha 1c, Kane. No. 118 october term 1910. Rule to show Why a trial should. Bur fiet for Sallup for defendant. Blaisdell Ala Chinery company a corporation is. United states and cuban Allied works engineering corporation a foreign corporation. No. 71 june term 1013, Rule to show Causa Why cause should not in removed to the United states District court for Western District of Pennsylvania. W. E. Burdick j. E. Mullin for plaintiff. Divorces. I. Lena Stark is. Charles Stark. No. 13, december term. Div oreo for hearing. Brown Schoonmaker Nash for Liberia it. 2. Jessie Edrie Short is. Dewitt Augustus Short. No. 10, february term. 1019. Divorce for hearing. R. J. Campbell for lib Ellant. .u Are a of the richest will this Section last Wei a announced that Ray on now than to Luis j Grams have been de for Victory Liberty loan rallies to be held next week at Cyclone and Coryville at Cyclone monday. May a. At s p. M and Cor Vilk wednesday. May 7. At 8 i. Liberty will it Given by double quartet under direction if Sidney a. La Girdick find Good speak 3, Charles e. Storms Letite the ten mile Stretc i of to us a Hill is the War. Is a Mere trifle to people j Early irn Provin Vert isred for bids on May the county commissioners have to Glover and of i , in Good roads Bonds bids Fin the Issue were submitted by t.11 talk loan Over Kari severely injured Kohv of Crosby an pm j ploy a of w. Ii. Gallup was severely talk i saturday while Nin Kint adjustments on a tractor. Great inspiration to the speak ers were from China Arizona. I Hil Adelphia and Homer. Over Early a Mother Goose pagent and be Young folks Stool. Will be Given by the or. Auxiliary of St. Lukes Church at the Parish House saturday May 3rd. At p. Soak a bids the pit Shuri firm Mak the Best proposition in offer of Premium. Over Early married in Buffalo on wednesday. April 30. At Buffalo occurred the marriage of miss Myra Rice daughter of Meyer Rice siding East of smell port. And or. Michael Catanio a successful invent or of Buffalo. After a wedding Dan m. Admission 16 and 25 cents. . Tarly born or. And mrs. Albert Lyno Are the proud parents of a daughter born on thursday. April 24 at their Homo on East main Street. Over Early bake 3ale the Tri my class will hold a bake Sale in Benson s and Manwarng a store at Crosby on saturday afternoon adv. Over i his i lolling became caught loan satisfactory locally Jet he Rale i of pm cd Yuste Nlay that the women s Victory loan is obtaining results in their Canvas. While it actual figures have yet been compiled it is estimated that total secured so far would revolutions a brought to Smethport and then taken to Tho Lara droid Hospital where he j is reported in a favourable condition. Over Early Proi Ivriy adjusted and Bis foot caught when the can came together. Or. Means was to the Kane Summit Hospital where it was found necessary to amputate his toes. Irs. Henrietta Fowler of Kane dead mrs. Age years lied sunday in Ornt at 1 o clock at i Home of ins Clyde about weeks ago she Arai tie Strunc from whirl she my or recovered. Mr.-. is survived Liy five laughters mr.-. Prank poll.-. Of Smethport mis. Clark la recce of Buffalo mrs. Charles Kasey mis. Georgo to balance favourably in proportion ii Uota and half Campaign period elapsed. Painfully injured slipping on a pics of ice. On the Over Early a c. T. U. Meeting Ner at the hotel Statler the couple Eft for new York Philadelphia and Washington d. C. Over Early notice a meeting of the congregation of Luke s Church will be held in the Parish House monday evening May 4th, 1919 at o clock to elect ves try men for Tho coining year and to take action on Tho proposed change in the charter of the Parish to increase the number of vestry men from five to nine. W. B. Vandy erector i Ray and mr.--. Clyde n Agle of Kane and one Kresl. In India. A Short service was held on monday Evenin in Kane Chase storms no. 110, october term divorce Tor hearing. Kathie Ino Burke lib Ellant. 1. Plattie Henry is. William h. Henry no. U3. June term 1918. Divorce for hearing. Guy b. Mayo for lib Ellant. Closing sessions of civil court. At the session of common pleas court of last week the Caso of m in tic Marsh is. E. I. Marsh an action fur wages occupied the Atten Tion of the court during the entire yen list fur the plaintiff for the sum of wednesday. I int Cail Assn is. George c. Mor Nul Kli Oia k. Kane. Verdict for i in slim of in the action of Johanna Wharton i of Tho estate of Caroline . W. C. . The jury went out at noon Ami returned at 7 m. With the announcement of Dos agreement. The jurors were Dis charged. In the trespass action of Atlonie t. Minor and her fathered on tuesday evening at o clock in the basement of the m. E. Church mrs. Azuba Jones a state worker for the w. C. T. U. Gave a most interesting before a Large number of w. C. T. U. Members and guests. Refreshments were served Over Early p. H. C. Dance tie dance which was Given tues Day evening by the p. U. C. Was Well attended and everyone reports a Good time. Music was furnished by acre s orchestra. Back stairs leading into Hir Flat. Or r. J. Nichols has the great Ini for june of injuring her Back altho no seriously last saturday. Mrs. Nichol has been confined to the House but is much improved at present and will be out in a Day or two. Over Early smart millinery a Complete line now ready for your inspection also a Fine showing of new Spring shirt waists. Store open Mon Day wednesday and saturday even at the Home of mrs. Interment was made at to Otisville tuesday morning. Crosby Colegrove and Clermont m. E. Circuit easter sunday statement for the Ings mrs. White. Ad-3-27t-2 Over Early the Centenary. Crosby Cash Crosby subscribed Colegrove Cash Colegrove subscribed. Clermont Cash Clermont subscribed j29s.56 88.44 10.00 g5 of Tho above amount Crosby sunday school contributed Ward Radwan against the Borough of port Allegany a continuance was granted owing to the illness of a material witness. Or. Harry w. Mit Chell superintendent of the state Hoa Pital for the insane at Nort Warren is expected to be a witness in this Case. Over the unbroken Chain of patriotism will you stand in the front line or Duck to cover the returning boys in Khaki and Blue March by come on you americans who four times have fought with your dollars when the Liberty loan bugles were sounding. Don t break the Chain buy to your limit in Cash and instalments and do it today. Adv

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