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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - November 1, 1923, Smethport, Pennsylvania Tace Loii Trevia Fot Mont non do v the demo Cut Carraci your into More in Mill Roll Rel Mckinn countr float nor Rocili la d Liy Lucy other Turnly it limit Anvi love lir volume 47 ammo Chat i in Mehno to. I Ohms huhs Smethport pa., thursday november i 1923. Per year. No. 44 eloping youngsters give pursuer merry Chase a hair raising now York state j us Smethport on foot. Soon after Enloe elopement ended up the potato had passed through Crosby an they older fire engine has Fordson attachment proves practical under rigid tests tuesday attractive program arranged for annual county at court House the annual meeting of the Mckean county farm Bureau will be held at the House Smethport next wednesday november 7th., the following program has been announced for the session a. And election of officers luncheon together at session p. Of project leaders of different communities. Farm Bureau management and plans state College agricultural Leader. Potato production. B. L. Nixon. State potato specialist. Or. Nixon is the leading potato authority in Tho state of Pennsylvania. His talk will be or potato production marketing and potato diseases. This talk should inter est not Only Farmers but business men and the business men Are invited to attend this meeting. Separate sessions in both Forenoon land afternoon for indies interested in some life a everyone Welcome including both ummers and business men. Come and bring your neighbors. Reek Road tuesday a comedy Burrows arrived in that la Ougel the turbulent Waters of in another car hot in Pursuit Creek. Figuring if. In the eloping pair. He was instruct As to the direction taken by the saturday night a Young Man and started after them. Furrows. Aged 18 years and a after the brother overtook named Dawes. Aged 16. Both of pair at near Smith n. Y., scaled their destiny in Tho pedestrians on seeing the tin touring car and sailed away of their pursuer ran across Lew worlds which in this Fields and waded the Waters of happened to be the Colegrove Vicinity. Tuesday morning found the covered Gas Wagon and its Turtle Dove Creek with the brother in Pursuit. The latter soon overhauled the fugitives and compelled them to pants marooned on the Highway him Back to Portville. Tween the Heinemann estate and member of the Burrows de. Gallup farm. Something had figured in an episode at main wrong with the Ford s ignition last week when he Deli and even the ardor o the eloping ran Hia Auto Over another wooing could not restore the following an argument a a spark needed to keep the engine elsewhere in the Democrat. Boya Are apparently Ging the youth and maid forsook handlers of wild Fords and conveyance and started a m it Reath of Charles a. Fields Icharles a. Fields aged 74 years one this Section s Best known citizens ged at his Home near Hazelhurst sunday morning. To had been ii since the first of last july. Hear was the cause of death. Or. Fields was born february s 1849. When a Young Man he married Julia Ritzer of Rasselas a survived by his. Wife six daughters. Man who is alleged to have fatally injured j. Smith was admitted to bail last week at the court House this Borough judge j. W. Bouton presided at Hareas Corpus proceeding instituted by defendant s counsel to secure the release on bail of Patrick Cuneen of Bradford who was being held a the county jail. Stent port charge with the James Smith o Bradford. Smith s death resulted from inf and mrs. George Irons of Irneth port mrs. Harry Gaynor of itt jew Ett mrs. Chas. Dickerson of Rassell As mrs. Frank Edwards Cuba n. T. Also two sons Michael and Archie of mime he is survived by six Brothers runs a for into brother with serious result Wilson Burrows aged 55 years o Betula has been in a critical co null on from injuries inflicted by his brother Onley Burrows aged 45, of main settlement near Portville n in that town one Day last week. The Brothers had an argument ant Onley Burrows enraged beyond reason deliberately run his automobile into Wilson. At first it was not thought that the victim could possibly recover. However the attending physicians now believe he has a fighting Chance. Onley Burrows is being held pending the outcome. Which arose Over a game cards a a Neis boyhood social. Gathering i Bradford recently. As the evidence showed that the crime was unpremeditated judge Bou ton ordered Cunneen s release from a the motor zing of Tho Smethport lire department s steam lire engine i Oviduk by replacing the front trucks the heavy with a Fordson Racior. Has been completed. The us was Given a series of rigid Els tue Iliin morning t by Tho a in Oval of members of he Borough Council a lid worked perfectly. With he motor attachment the Steamer can be run to any part o town much faster than horsed could haul it Chas. Provin constructed the coup Ling attachment by which the Ford son is hitched to the pumper and has overcame the problem of equalizing the weight of the apparatus that it can to pulled with ease up Tho Hillside streets of town As was demonstrated tuesday morning. With Tho new attachment to the fire engine Smith porn s fire apparatus is now All motorized. Driver injured during tuesday morning s tests Francis quirk who was operating the Tor son. Received a painfully crushed Heel when Bis left foot was Between the coupling device and Tho Side of the tractor in making a Sharp urn in hacking the engine alongside of the Dike on water Street. Fortunately the injury was not a serious one. Amendment no. 2 includes Tho voted for in 1918, and your Voto for an additional on november 6 will make the total indebtedness 000. Good roads Are a Bene fit to every citizen. Vets will hold Guam bake armistice Day bucket ill Post. American legion 1 decided to abandon the usual Obser Vance of armistice Day this year owing to the fact that it is impossible to arouse sufficient interest for proper Observance in Smethport. The veterans Are preparing to hoi Clam bake at the Olds Rod go club on armistice making the May a grand reunion for veterans o this Vicinity. An Outing by Vateran and for veterans which will replace the annual. Armistice Day banquet Anc halt by Post v j duo to the modesty of Frank costello. Democratic candidate for sheriff it was not generally known that he saw extensive service on the fight ing front in France during the world War nor is it this candidate s desire to use his War record for political effect. How Ever Bradford comrades the popular candidate thought differently. Inasmuch As ills Republican opponent saw fit to emphasize the fact that he was a Spanish american War Vete ran on his political cards and Are Tollins or. Calf cello a record. If War service is to be judged in the selecting of a county sheriff Tho Democrat assures its Vete ran friends that Frank costello s record during the world War will stand the most rigid seut Iny. The Road Bond Issue of amount Init Ortance Deni of crafts Strong ticket out tuesday Trio Battle of the ballots will decide Uio Public officers who will Servo me Kean county for the Icet our years. The Campaign Lias been Lin unusual quiet one in Many respects but surface indications do count As the various party Candi dates have nil been working overtime in making a thorough Canvas of Tho voters. The Good Roada Bond Issue the passage of which la Abao Luto by vital to continuing Tho slate a Road building program should carry without a dissenting vote in Thea Section of Pennsylvania. Tho Lasso will not coat the average citizen Ono cent but will levied from Tho corporations. The democrats present an exception Al county ticket this year which merits Tho support of every voter. Many i voters tired of the trend at Poltl ical thought in Mckean county Cor Many years past to travel by Herd Aro showing a tendency to brine about a. Change which is bound to Provo healthy in Public affairs. L in the Borough Tho democrats pro sont a Strong ticket including Ray Day and w. C. Daly or Council War cont Nudd on pages col. 2 pendulum swings towards costello Smith Fields of Buffalo Alonzo Kane ?3000 Ball Ury Philadelphia was a Jabo and will of necessary bail was provided ia3t Vas car the forepart of in land two Sisters. Mrs. Win. Hottenstein thursday and Cuneen returned to his a the demo lot overt on a and miss Eliza Fields f Hazelhurst. The funeral was held at the family Jyh Home tuesday afternoon at 2.00 o clock the pastor of the Hazelhurst m. E. J Church offic Satink. Interment was made at Kasson or. Fields was a Man of splendid qualities who will be mourned by a wide Circle of friends. He was u Stalwart citizen. Day Home in Bradford. New Kush quit gasoline car a new passenger motor car has been j received by the . Railroad in i this . It will be Given a try i out today. Widening Road to Larabee surveying it. Jewett Road a Large Force of men Are now in two state Highway department aged in widening the Road Between screws Are now busily engaged in Mak education for the deaf and Chambers visits Smethport Samuel h. Chambers authorized representative of the Pennsylvania school for the deaf and dumb me. Airy Philadelphia was a Smethport e week and a caller at the Democrat office. Or. Chambers visit to Mckean county was for the purpose of giving any deaf children of this county the Opportunity of securing an education. At it airy the Studen a Are not Only Given a thorough education but can airy students Are also Given their of listening to the human voice and Are actually taught to talk. At it. Airy students ire also taught their Choice of a variety of fourteen trades. I rendering them self reliant in their Contact with the world. Tho stale is doing wonderful work my airy and its advantages Are the needy. Anyone interested Hunters secure licenses the Pennsylvania Hunting season for Bear and All kinds of Birds and game native to this Section of the state with the exception of Deer opens today and reports from the Woods indicate an abundance of All kinds of game. Up to tuesday county treasurer Eugene had issued from his office this Borough Over 4.000 Hunting licenses to county residents. This number is far in excess of any issued to similar Date in former years and indicates that All previous records for number of licenses issued will be scheme won t work costero is the Man surpassed this year Hunters should hear in mind the the Campaign for sheriff in old he Kean is waxing warm. The rather unusual combination of circumstances which gave l. W. Barton the Republican and prohibition nominations for that office at the late primary apparently have Given the Republican by a candidate who is not a re pull ran and members of that party do not uproar to be vitally concerned As to or. Bartova Campaign. Frank costello. Democratic Candi Date is conducting a clean do grilled Campaign and his cause is gaining forc nth daily. To will go to the election next tuesday with the undivided support of his own party Many members of which did not have an Opportunity of supporting him at the primary owing to the consented to become time its were regarding the volstead legislation further stating that in the event of his election it was his intention to give every regard to his oath of office _ we Challenge anyone to prove by at Farmers Valley and Larabee on the ins a Survey of the Road Between j Smethport to state line Highway. The j Hazelhurst and lit. Jewett. Three the opportune by afforded improvement was badly needed. Lone half Miles of this part of the the overhead crossing it Larabee. Smethport to it. Jewett Highway were which abolishes the p. R r Grade authorized to be constructed this crossing death trap at that Point is year but the work has been delayed now Nearons completion. Ito an extent that actual construction it is understood that in the event work will have to be delayed to next the state Road Bond Issue season. In the event the Road Bond Issue carries the entire unimproved stretch Between Kasson and it. Jewett will undoubtedly be by this institution can secure further information by addressing. The principal it. Airy deaf and dumb institution. Philadelphia. In. Carries next tuesday the Highway be tween Farmers Valley and Larabee and from the latter place to port Alle Gany will be paved next summer. Completed next year Farmers have cause to kick at their unequal taxation the Democrat always welcomes Tho me anything for damages neither do opinions of readers on topics of vital they by any of the taxes. The same interest. The following communication with the Pennsylvania Railroad co. I from one of Tho Best known Farmers All taxes on the land and they of this Section which treats on a Subj refuse to give me Roart crossing. If 1 oct of vital interest to nil Farmers ship car of fruit the freight covers the will value of my fruit. If i ship car of the Hay the freight leaves no balance for the writer or shipper. How is our tax Money being j spent is it right for our government i. Is wrong with to allow the moneyed corporations to sea and the Farmer Why is u to a free. Or nearly so Good farms Are abandoned Why we. The Farmers flak for the Farmer the of hayseed made in taxes. Make the millionaires diphtheria quarantine lifted on Potter Home mrs. Kranking recovered District attorney e. G. Potter has entirely recovered from ills recent at tack of diphtheria and the quarantine on his residence on Green Street was lifted monday. On tuesday the diphtheria line on the c a. Kranking residence on King Street was ended. Mrs. Kranking who was ill with the malady has entirely recovered. Regulations in regard to juvenile sportsmen to be rigidly enforced this year and which were explained in the Democrat last week juveniles Between the Ages of 14 and if years will to permitted to Hunt when accompanied by an adult. Youths under 14 years of age will not be per Mittee to carry r gun to Tho Woods under any circumstances. H. H. Sasse car in slight wreck the Studebaker touring car of h. H susse figured in a slight collision Sun Day. While or. Susse was returning from a trip to Kane. Late hour he candidate of hundreds of influential republicans and despite the fact that or. Barton Lina made his Canvas on a Law enforce ment platform of Many members of the prohibition party who have Confidence in Hia pledge to enforce the Laws of the Commonwealth which surely is As binding As my. Bar on s pledge along that line is. In face of the fact that a report has been circulated by the opposition that or. Costello will to lax in his efforts towards Law enforcement the Democrat brands that statement As a deliberate Brazen falsehood. In con in Hill voices some vital truths As nil admit whether they agree with remedy suggested by not Many enjoyed Southworth recital a Large audience enjoyed the piano recital by mins Southworth at St. i Parish House last thurs Day evening. The delightful program revealed miss Southworth s High attainments in her chosen Art to splendid advantage. Smith Nurt music Loy Era were highly impressed with the remarkable technique of this gifted Young a car driven by a Kane Man in or. Sasse skidded on the was for Law enforcement the Accident occurred on the rond Between it. Jewett and to Hurst passing Pery Roadway and the rear end of the vehicle crashed into the front of the car a fender and causing other damage which necessitated the vehicle being towed to the of the Smethport garage com any for repairs. Versa Ion with or. Costello Early the present Campaign that gentleman assured the editor of his Law enforce ment attitude. Commenting on the present situation to expressed the opinion that the desire of right think Frank e. Costello or. Costello has been a Resi Dent of Bradford for Over 40 years and is Well qualified for the office for which a is a candidate he having served through the world War and with the army of occupation in Germany after the signing of the armistice. Upon his return to the u. Was appointed by the govern ment As supervisor of Tho 1920 census for this congressional District. If elected to the office of sheriff he will rigidly enforce the Laws governed by that office or. Costello a High character or Hia past record which As clean As a hound s tooth that there is any reas on to doubt his honesty of purpose. Is or. Barton a Republican despite the fact that or. Barton said recently in a Public statement was not my suggestion or plan to run on their Tho ticket in the primaries i am and always Havo been a there is grave reason to doubt that his intention was originally to run a a. Republican. In the first place n. Number of influential democrats thinking that or. Barton was a prohibitionist and seeing a Chance for fusion of the democratic regardless of what their personal sen continued on Page 8. Col. 2 a Smethport boy a. Firmer the of nay seen mama in go axes double and triple their share of Cut out Many j lady pianist. Southworth we k of the holders and reduce the recently open a a i no studio i they should be ten years ago my 90-acre form at or near Turtle Point coat me taxes

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