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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - November 10, 1927, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page four the Democrat thu rs., nov. 10, 192? Mckean Democrat Russell r. -l1ndsley editor manager entered in the Post office at Smith port As second class matter pa., thurs., nov. 1927 tub Young turks of the democratic party county who set about the hopeless Tusk of defeat ing popular Thos. F. Huns Villo for the office of county . Is they announced to inject Young blood in to the party butted their hearts Goat Liko aft list a Stone Wall. Instead of giving away blood the turks should borrow some brains from the party veterans they sought to a horse. American Oil. M13n Are perking up their ears at Oil Export a lures from soviet Russia where the soviet authorities arc obviously displaying progressive Genius in developing the vast nation s unlimited natural re sources. Reports for the fiscal year ending. Sept. 30. Showed hint Russia exported metric tons of Oil. Something Moro than the red menace bugbear is coming out of the land of the soviet. American Genius is about to play an important part in restoring the ancient realm of the Queen of Sheba to a position of importance. The award by the abyssinian government of a contract for the construction of a great Power dam across the Nile to irrigate tremendous desert tracts to a new York building firm is said to be the Start of a contemplated program by the Aby Sinlan government to employ an army american teachers physicians technical men and skilled artisans. The hum of american Industry incl machinery and Detroit of livers filled with prosperous enlightened grinning descendants of a former Noble but now decadent race of warriors will soon cause n rattling of the Long reposing Bones of the Queen of All due respect to that late lamented soul. Armistice day4 e pause today thresh hold of this solemn decision to Bow Down our beads before too Tomb of him who typifies the thousands who hive suffered the world my live in peace. It must not be that we Hove forgotten the Wood they have nor that we Are wanting in appreciation of the ideals for which they Fon Gife. It behoves this nation to love and cherish through the Long dim years of the future the memory of those suffered their Young lives to be citing a Shedin the cause of world democracy ont lasting peace. We Hope that god May give to the nations of the Earth the vision to see and the will to execute for All Timo glorious lasting peace. Big meeting of o. E. A yesterday continued from Page 1 gifts. A j. Hyatt worthy Patron also received gifts from Phoe Nix chapter. A feature of the afternoon was a doll Gottul Mubi Cul program under the direction of mrs. S. A. Bui Dick mrs. J. Gather and mrs. Hoy Bystrom. The Hall was tastefully decorated with yellow and White Chryson Nylic i mums and roses. A delicious dinner was served at o clock at the Church dining Hall by the Loceil Chap Ter covers being Laid for 270. The interesting event closed wit i a grand Hall at quirk s Hall last night music being furnished by Benson s society orchestra. Great credit is due mrs. H. G. Ger Man for her untiring efforts in Makin the meeting a Success. Tin it comes naturally for the demo crat an Organ of the minority party in an overwhelmingly Republican county to accept defeat gracefully. While the voting Odda were too great for the Omines they x. of democratic n ttuc3day the e yol polled increased l in the Republican strength and. There is a Mead of satisfaction in that fact. The Democrat congratulates the successful Republican in every instance they arc capable men who will give Tho taxpayers efficient conscientious service. Adjacent districts where he and w. 11., in Lonny Republican wore High and in Kane Bradford Eldred and Bull my. Republican Strong holds indicated the Democrat had predicted that sovino of the Best people of Mckean county were enthusiastically supporting or. Hungiville s candidacy regardless of party lines. In Ludlow for instance where there is nominally Only one democratic vote or. Hung Vullo swept the boards receiving 285 votes. It is needless to state in View of or. Hung Villo s unusual qualifications by reason of his recognized great capabilities mature big business judgment and previous experience.1 in the office Hungiville wins most decisively continued from Page 1 Vynn 1u7-i. From unofficial figures it appears hat Bliss Booth narrowly leads Frank Burdick for democratic member of the Hoard of auditors. Outstanding features of the Day vere the remarkable votes polled by Irvine Wynn. Present democratic incumbent of Tho commissioners , who. Defeated at the primary on his own party ticket ran As a prohibitionist and a. W. Jones of Smith Tiit he will make a splendid county commissioner. Reason to feel proud of the magnificent endorsement he has received from the leading voters of his county. Up in Boston the City authorities there is Small wonder at the de Cline in american courts Olds Rod gun club will perfect Deer Hunt plans at meeting next tuesday a special meeting of the Olds Rod i to gym club will be held next ones i Day evening in the Smethport Council rooms at which time plans will be i for the annual Deer Hunt of the club during the season dec. 1-15. The Olds club has a splendid club House on their big private game pre serve near this place. Lyrist summer an addition was constructed on the left Wing of the club House and it will now easily accommodate forty sports men. The local organization has a membership of nearly 70 ardent devotees of fishing and Hunting spoil and it is expected a Large number will Pertici j Pate in Tho annual Deev Hunt. It is an event to which the members look Forward with pleasant anticipation from year to year. Dis washing Champ Sylvia bolder of los Angeles la the dish washing Champion of the Pacific coast winning Over Twenty helping prove modern flapper knows her Way about in the Kitchen. Knows his Oil to the voters Smith Pori . Nov. 9, 1027. Editor Democrat i sincerely thank the voters of me Kean county who gave me their Loyal from support at Tho nov. Tii. And assure my supporters and All others whose support was Given to other candidates for the same office that i will give the Best that is in serve the taxpayers of the county Dur ing Tho term for which i have been elected to the office of county com missioner. Thomas f. subscribe for the Democrat. Were acknowledgements i deluge invitations to Light As that which brought the trials of Albert fall former Secretary of the Interior and Harry f. Sinclair Oil magnate on criminal charges growing out of the leasing for private exploitation of valuable naval Oil re serves to a abrupt close in United states court in Washington last week. I a juror brazenly admitting to the presiding Jurist that he had publicly discussed the Case he had been sworn to decide and being allowed to go without a contempt charge being lodged against him together with irrefutable proof that hirelings of Harry Sinclair had tampered with other jurors did not seem to ruffle the serenity of Tho court and the was nonchalantly declared a mis trial. Sinclair May by brought to Justice on another criminal charge and again he May not. Anyway what s the use when notorious criminals like Gas ton Means and George Remus can buy their Way out of Federal prison one wonders if there is anything in the that Money participate in a tercentenary Celebration of Tho City s founding in which came from nil Over Tho civilized Globe from nations municipalities am port who likewise ran As a prohibitionist after losing Tho Republican nomination for sheriff. Big vote in Borough an unusually Large vote was polled in Smethport 680 ballots being cast. In the commissioners race Hal Nenny and Hungiville literally swept j the boards while elder and Jones re j Cei Ved splendid endorsements in the i county race. I following the official vote 300 elder 22j Fuller 22. 201 Kef Nan effects of Hunt Accident Warren pa., nov. First Hunting fatality of the season was re corded Here today when mrs. Roy Spencer of Tidioute who was shot on the opening Day of the Hunting season when a gun in the hands of Mars. Louis Newark of Warren was accidentally discharged died Warren Gen eral Hospital. Or. Albert Parsons Sachs of new York whose Complete Survey of european Oil Fields for american interests will result cheaper of products there. Democrat want and got results. Prominent individuals of nationalities. Different i c3 Swanson 31 Jones 250. That any tercentenary Celebration had been planned was news to the mayor and his Cabinet and when Sov Iet Russia sent word that it accepted the invitation to participate and Ger Many and Denmark inquired for fur ther particulars a thorough investigation was made. William Ryan a City lamp lighter wit i a scholarly turn of mind con fessed that he had conceived the idea of a Celebration All by himself and that for nearly five years he had been mailing out invitations to chosen Honor guests All Over the Globe until a total of had been sent at his own sex line of National Justice cannot buy. K to the Democrat congratulates t. F. Hungiville Veteran democratic Leader on his decisive Victory for the of fice of county commissioner. Or. Hungiville in Light of Odds he overcame hag one of the most remarkable fights in the history of my Kean county politics. After literally walking away with nomination at the september Mary against a Field of hard fighting candidates or. H tag Ivylle s political foes used every artifice from the bag of political tricks and played every combination to defeat him. As a result of their efforts four other candidates ran on minor party tickets and waged desperate campaigns in an Effort to i Independent votes outside Rock ribbed Republican ranks. It was like fighting Tho primary Over with the added Handicap of a decidedly hostile county committee Leador Tilp. Which even refused to certify watchers at the Jolln. Hungiville Lead the Field by h received Ryan explained to amazed officials and newspaper men having been Lorn in Boston and having made this great City my Home nil my life. I feel have a perfect right to invite whom i please to the Celebration three years hence which Rny City has been plan Ning. Furthermore i owe no one an apology for what i have done do what More can be said Ryan paid for his invitations out of his own meagre wages. His Choice of who should be invited to help his native Ironton celebrate a birthday anniversary is probably As Good is any other citizen could make. Maybe Boston will hold a birthday Celebration after All. It deserves one. And William Ryan who takes his citizenship seriously should certainly be made a member of the reception committee. Popular w. H. Halpenny Republican candidate for Canty commiss Ioner received an impressive endorse ment from the voters of the county in his election by an overwhelming majority. Smethport did herself proud in bringing about the much to be desired end. 4-ig Launcr 112. Recorder of 50s. Register of 4-1-1 mrs. Anna Gates 124. District 447. 49s Tyrell 43 Allen cd. 122 Halpenny 403 Hungiville 303 Teater d 83 Wynn 31. 220 Gallup 365 Booth 38 Burdick 265. In the race for Council the following were a. Nellis r d 458 Freeman 2s2 Bacon 346. Jas. Bloomster was unopposed for election to Council for unexpired term. The following were elected school directors Clovis r d 423 Herzog r 383. M. High o Brien was elected both Constable and Constable without sending pictures by Telephone Herzog was elected j Ralph Irving la a patient at the Bradford Hospital. H. Redfield returned monday from a visit to new boric and a tar. Hung Tyllie in Hla Home town and Jerilon. Opposition. Rose t auditor. In a close Raco for assessor Kath Erine Burdick r received 2s1 rotes and w. O. Holder d received 264. A. H. Kidder r was elected judge of election and mrs. Rose Herzog r was elected inspector of election. There were some sprightly contests in Keating township w. I. Oviatt Rev. Chase and Perry Van sickle being elected school directors while Sam Crawford d out for assessor. Claude Irons was elected supervisor by a Large plurality. In Tho 1st District East Smethport the vote for county commissioner was Bond 22, Halpenny 126, Hungiville 95, Teater 27, Wynn 39. A hot municipal Campaign in Brad Ford City resulted in the election of

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