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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - October 18, 1923, Smethport, Pennsylvania V is. Oct teachers of e suites soul close Friday. In this Tetuo of vouchers Tho teach Pra adopted resolutions com i res who in addition to Beinor 0110 of mrik Iligir comity Fujil of schools c. Michigan a Foremost Dux Mora has a Lmh Brodbe Toi the Success of he o surveil he Cuvi Ranur of Tatu. Of Tho schools came . Also thanking thu were highly . Or. Smith to 7i Succour tul close at the court my the of for their of Tiu Clence mouse this Borough last i Sidny Nikorn Contr Ilju Toto Institute s Success it part invent . fol1 a Uriu Lui Venses by u. the Institute this year wis not Only _ m ins Kim i pc Jialih Ferris of Michigan and one of Tho largest attended Lull of in or. Orton Lowe of Hattisburg. I i t most beneficial in history. He id of Harris j before their week s session Tho daily lectures of lion. X. For Buix j. C. Prin curl in tint first woman for important office continued from Page 1 or an important county mrs. And of it Alton is the of Cind Date fur Kelster l. And possesses of uni. Dix to or of Institute to idol nos or to the Virice to music inside up one of the i " Linch she aspires. Corp i of Ever a str i is a High school graduate a county Institute j of lock Haven Normal of the liter j and ii number of years ago , White s musical he valued teacher in the county schools. J Levit the court House i her husband Slio successfully de thursday Chou ii before a Ami i eloped one of the nest farms in my audience. Tills company Kean i county at it. Alton which a of live Yonner who complied Lucent a peaks volumes Tor her i Ese it a program of sons hits from Liu siness ability. Reared a popular musical successes inter spurs Tot by a mily and in addition to her i d by readings and violin and piano Home life has found Tyrne to take an solos. J Active interest in tile Anarch of current events. Emery Kohn receives bad she ins played an Active part in the injury in Bradford High i a in carom a for enfranchisement of football game saturday j women in the county and is Promin these Are ail Superior Merchan Dise and worthy of your careful inspection Plain White Linen 1-4 Inch drawn hem pure Linen handkerchief. These Are the equal of those usually sold at 350 today. Zyc All pure Linen handkerchiefs narrow wide hem exceptional value Worth 250. Doc and 2ic each. And j Emery Kohn fullback of the Smith 1 port school football eleven received an injury during the first Quarter of the game with Bradford Hech school at Kane Field this Borough last saturday afternoon that will put him out o Tho Frame for the balance of the girly in the season Kohn dislocated his right shoulder leaving u in weak ened condition. Saturday in tackling a Bradford player lie again threw the shoulder out of joint the injury being of such a serious nature it will in the Young athlete for some time. All pure Linen handkerchiefs. These Are very Fine and correctly made. Worth 750 today. 59c one other extra value women s Plain Linen at soc Masser Bros. Co. Notice i would be obliged to those who icon using my ground Mechanic Street As a dumping ground for Gar Bage. If in future they would dump it in their own Yard or perhaps some member of the Board of health might direct them to the grounds for that j purpose which the Borough pays rent for. Arts it Sarah o. Armstrong. Irma Terry. Bertha Keels ath of Enevieve Kelley and Mary Kleis with were in Olean last thursday. Front of the j building on main Street has Heen brightened by paint. Anna. Clark and miss Margaret Bacon served it St. Elizabeth 3 Guild tuesday evening. It does not include 30 Large additions to other Bell Telephone buildings in the state. And in 1924 oar expenditures for building operations be greater than this year. The staggering demand for and More brought about the greatest Telephone construction program Ever attempted in one year. This year we Are adding 76iooo telephones some ten millions of dollars Worth of new switchboards and other Central office equipment half a million Miles of new wire. With just one purpose in keep Pace with the needs of the people of this state for communication facilities. The Bell Telephone company of Pennsylvania my. I. Spangler old Mano Jorr one policy. Onk system. A Kef Kraal service and All directed toward but tar skrv1ce entry identified women s activities. Mrs. Gates for some time past served is the lady Clia irinus of the democratic county committee in accordance with its policy of having two chairmen and a a Oman. To Lead the county organization and hav similar representation in every voting precinct. Tho selection of of mrs. Dates was a Wise move As she has performed valuable work indeed for Lier party in this Ronny. Mrs. Gates is not Seel los. Nor does she desire support on sentimental grounds. She is competent and self reliant and is qualified to give Mckean county taxpayers 100 per cent service in the Evou she is a vote for will Ijo one or. Taxpayer which you will never re Jurt to. Her election will also to a Graceful compliment to new Wom an voters. Is c merits the support of All. Twenty two that s Only one phase of the construction program we re working on this year in Pennsylvania. Larrabee Rev. E. Van Dolce and daughter. Miss Jane Van Dyke of sme Clinort were in town tuesday Mornin in route to Helred where or. Van celebrated holy communion in St. Matthew s Church at a. St. County commissioner a. J. Bond of Bradford was a business visitor in town Ransom Gray left monday for Cula. K. To. Where he will have Chr re of work on to Ridge forthe Milliron Recti of con Vanyl or. And mrs. R. Noel oils Nocom Pannert or. And mrs. L. M. Jordan to and spent the week end i h or. And mrs. William itans. Mrs. Forrest Clement of James own or. A. Was a guest of or mrs. Vird lentils Friday. Milliron 1 i week i Home in m. A. of n , visitor in town Horn p tidy pro Init o or. At jars. Milton a Hoy Avil Hur. Both Mother and son Are nicely. Or. Huff is in attendance. Glriia Springs Lead returned from or. Decol 5 in . He was accompanied hone b y his brother in Law a of Roches Ter. Or. Springstead will have re turn to the Hospital for treatment after n Sciort time. It is Uncer Tain whether his eyesight will be fully restored or not. Col. Shoemaker Here saturday continued from Page 1 Beauty of Sou and loftiness of mind prompted Horn to Brearn of a Utopia for his fellow countrymen in North Western Pennsylvania which Prim economic obstacles doomed to failure. N o resident of can afford to deprive the self of this Opportunity of hearing thin gifted speaker the court House saturday afternoon. Admission is free. Following la the program school for Ever. The due Junlnt-1. Rending from col. Shoemaker s min s Rolsy. A the Hook feb Down in a Coal mine c Marty s Manci to Sarah. Club sex Tette. Art Drehs Pennsylvania col. Thenry w. Shoemaker. Sim rink. Hill. Sembly ft1 that mrs. Shoemaker will accompany her husband As a Leader in women s act Zitser in honorary member of the colonel hush White chapter d. A. R. Of Penn Sylvania and Secretary of the d. A. R. Chapter at Mexico City for several years. Mrs. Shoemaker is Well known. Passage of Bond Issue imperative for Good roads Farr Labrush. Oct. Less than 1.1.15 additional Miles of durable mod Ern Typo rond will be built in Penn Ort noted 475 department stores Bradford a. People travel Many Miles to get values like these. It will pay you to buy at these prices. And How to judge them make your own comparisons it we followed our customary lines we would Begia Here to Tell you How Good every garment in our new displays is but we re not going to Tell you anything of the kind. Other clothiers doubtless have received heir new fall displays Here s what we want to ask of you visit any one or All of the displays that you can and then look at our new lines. You la then be Able to judge Foi yourself where you can get the most in style in Worth of fabrics and workmanship and in the service to a derived for every Dollar you expend. We Are act Only willing but anxious that you make this thorough comparison for we Are confident of the result in our displays Are the leading models of the season single and double breasted sports and conservative in worsted Cassimeris tweeds and Serges latest patterns and colors. Our prices for new All Wool fall suite Are the result of the thousands upon thousands o of garments that Are made exclusively for our 475 Busy stores scattered throughout 33 states. Such enormous buying naturally obtains Rock Bottom prices for us which permits us to offer you the Large savings in clothing such As Are presented Here. Before you make your selection of fall and Winter suits and overcoats investigate Here Raglan and Satin sleeves Snappy styles of the latest Over coating s. Also Good dark Staple Coats that tre thoroughly Tail ored . Priced Low. To All Wool Union suits for men Here is a genuine saving. These Gar ments Are sold at a higher Price every where. 36 to 44. The Ruffian men s fall hats these very popular rough finish fur hats in the latest shades and styles. Sylvania if the voters november 8. Approve the proposition to Bond the state for an additional according to William lennings Secretary of the associated highways of Pennsylvania. Since the approval of the firs Stone All of the motor clubs the town ship supervisors association. The. County commissioners there Are reprise in Ives of the state Ujj Ranore and individuals prominent now and heretofore in affairs of the state r j government Bond Issue in 1918" said or. Jennings Pennsylvania has built Over 2.100 Miles of modern Type Road. Some of this Highway has been built by counties but the major portion of it should interest pennsylvanians to know that Paul d. Wright Secre tary of highways has announce that if the js9.000.000 Bond Issue is ,.ap-. It hns Heen under the direction of thai proved. Will site Highway Nep in tent. No oth a to meet the counties on n 50-53 or state in the Uhlon Mader he cons Trutlion or a record. There is Little doubt in my mind of roads of secondary importance. To other the county that the voter will give the if they meet the state s allocation Issue an even Trenter majority than or their particular counties Dollar they did the first one. No opposition i for Dollar will be Abe to improve is heard. The proposed loin is such seen Liry roads is they choose no a political Issue. It is not Bein the site a plus the Conn hacked by any party or fac ties will Hull badly need ton. Hut. By All of them. The f Tel secondary roads , tying in of a sorta Ion i which comprise the with the Sta e 3 primary syn turn. Will associated highways in to n toward end Luff More Cludis u ovary rond in the of i mud

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