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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania The Mckean Democrat Smethport pa., october 1919 Page three xoe3oi oc3q or. Holland has been employed by j Jand since that time has been employed held for robbing Kane Railroad station Edward Holland of this City employed As baggage master at the i can by station was placed under arrest yesterday afternoon by chief of the rail Road detectives of the Genovo Lorio division of Tho Pennsylvania Railroad on Tho charge of larceny. On Friday. October 10, tie station at this place was entered and the Safe rifled of in currency. Money to the amount of which was wrapped up in sums from one cent to fifty cents and three Liberty Bonds were not taken. The robbery was first Dis covered by mrs. Fred doubles wife of Tho ticket agent. Fred doubles when she went to the office Early that morning preparatory to Selling tickets j for the first train East. The Safe was intact and locked but upon opening the same mrs. Doubles discovered that the Money drawer had been opened and the currency taken. She immedi. Death of mrs both lately reported the same to or. Doub j the death o mrs r Les who in turn notified j. Tonk morning it 301 son to Eye around the county Kuffer Llie company for Tho past few y j Iny. Charles j. Lingers of main is Root and us one time acted is ticket called to Tho Ore re Ivym Oti As Haggagi matter and assisted clerk at the freight House. He bore a Good reputation and the unfortunate affair is greatly lamented by Liis friends As Well As his family connections. The prisoner was taken before Kornil sunday morning at a Tenor Justice of Tho peace and was the sum of j500 for Hia appear Ance a Era in before the Justice on Tho afternoon of thursday october Kane Liday. Sir. Llo Gers has been Blind for i Al i limit eight years and completely help less and confined to his bed for Tho past year Iris death was duo to a complication of diseases and had been expected for some time. Or. Rogers was Well known in this freight and passenger agent. Owing to the fact that the Safe was opened i a. M., at the Home of Charles and by working Tho combination it appeared on the face of things thai the Job had been done by some person who familiar with the combination. That same morning Railroad Detec Tives arrived Here to make an investigation. A few Days later suspicion fell on Holland and his movements were closely watched and enough Evi Dence was secured to take him to task j As a result the detectives who were working on the Case arrived Hern yesterday morning got an audience with Holland and gave him a grilling. He at first denied All Guiu but one ques Tion after another was fired at him and detectives say he gave Way and con fessed his guilt. His arrest followed. Tie Manning on Lillibridge Creek of a three years illness during the last year of which she was confined to her Bod. The funeral services were held monday afternoon at two o clock at the Rev. French of Manning residence Section having come to America in i and living in this Vicinity the entire time since. He was born in in Inion England sixty nine years ago and was married in the same City to miss Amelia Nic ols fifty two years ago. Three sons were born to them Charles jr., who died at the ape of two years and eight months Frederick at the age of one year and the youngest Charles wm., aged 11 years and eight months. After the death of this son. They came to America. Or. Rogers was a sober industrious citizen having been naturalized Many tote presbyterian i years Ugo. Or. Rogers possessed rare Church officiating and skill As an artist and id much decorating for the Royal family Iuen gland1, the lust before embarking for this coun. Try being work on furniture for n Apo in the port Allegany cemetery. Mrs. Both was 69 years of age at the time death and had resided Here All her life being the daughter of one of the Pioneer Mann j ing family. She is survived by eldest j icon. He leaves to mourn his loss besides brother. Frederick of one 1 widow orm the men who have bought Cleveland trac tors Tell us they want to Uell their they Are doing the same work with Cleveland that formerly required 2 or 3 teams and doing it better. The Cleveland does t know what swampy ground rides it without sinking in and does t pack the coif slowed ground. The Belt Pulley delivers 20 p. For Alt kind of stationary work. Do you want a demonstration than step to the phone and Cail. Smethport garage co. Son Wallace her husband Byron one Niece Sarah two nephews both having died about seven years j Thomas Anil Edward or As he ago. She leaves three Brothers Don j is familiarly called and who made his Manning of Roulette. William and j Home with his Uncle for Many years Charles of this place and two Sisters i Ami Rogers of Olean. Also Jose mrs. S. S. Fry of Smethport and Lettie Manning of this place. Mrs. Both waa a very estimable lady a member of the presbyterian Church Rind loved and esteemed by a Large Circle of port Alle Gany reporter Argus. New pastor at it. Allegany Rev. W. A. Slack House for then is five years successful pastor of the port Allegany Church hns been appointed to the Chi Icli at waylaid i. N. A. At a Salai a of a year. The people of Liis Church Are ready to build a new Church to which an initial gift of has been promised by one individual. Rev. Steakhouse was the Man selected by Bishop Burt to in Derl this difficult task. His Many friends of this Community will note his Progress in this undertaking with keen interest. Rev. C. B. Odell of North. Collins n. T., has been appointed pastor of the Church Here. He is an old school mate of Rev. Stack House and is most highly Recomb prided by Allegany reporter Argus. Charles Rogers dead the port Allegany reporter Argus pm Holers who was apprenticed to him at the age of five years. Resides other relatives in England. The brother and one son Wodward came from Roll Fatalo and or. And mrs. We. Rogers from Olean for the funeral services which were held at the Home on main Street tuesday p. At i o clock Rev. French of the presbyterian Church officiating. Or. Rogers was the inventor of tie formula for the roofing paint which has been manufactured and widely sold. Pipeline starts trou8le the Windfall Gas company Laid line of pipe up Mechanic Street during the past week and will take on sever Al additional customers. At the up per end of the Street they were served notice by b. A. Bardon president of the blared Pany that Home Gas via com portion of the Street be longed to the Harden lands and forbid trespass thereon. Several families live on tie upper end of the Street and it was news to them that they had been paying Road on a private Road. Whether the affair will end up in court or not is not determined. The Windfall company has expressed it self in orders to Lay the line the full length of the Street but Are stopped on account of Slio Rajjo of pipe. The outcome May be Lum Ostlyng. The wind Money subscribed Sufall Cint Money has been subscribed to make the building of the silk Mill Here a certainty and the dues fall company has staked out two. Now i Tion of a site is about All that now locations Tor Wells Ami will develop remains to be settled. It is probably rapidly As possible j that the construction of the build Mieir service As and the lines will or parts of the Ilo rough can increase their Supply to take care of additional Eldred Eagle. Extended to oth Jing will begin within two or three go As fast As they weeks at Tho port Allegany to finds treasure in order to discover what caused a rattling sound in a Box of Talcum pow Der secured from one of his com rades on a. Boat while Enro Ute Home overseas. David Dloomy Wiist found therein an envelope containing six Silver rings. These Lind evidently been secured by some Soldier to bring Home As relics and while been killed. Chance that he May have was picked up by some Comrade and passed from one Soldier to another until it was received by David. He said he heard Tho rattling but paid no ate Nylon to it thinking some of the powder had became wet and formed lumps which caused the rattling. And just for curiosity one evening this week he decided to open it and discovered treasure As above slated. The rings found were of French Belgium and German my Jewett Herald. Dividend declared the Eldred Eagle says the directors of the Chrisman Para nine paint works last saturday declared a Semi annual dividend of seven per cent on All preferred Stock of record october the dividend being payable october 21st. This dividend is accumulated balance due on Stock no last year and i per cent on the present year. who bought their Stock outright at five per cent discount win it was first offered have received equivalent to in per cent on to Iii investment for Iho first year which in t bad for the Adverse conditions under which every non essential Wai Industry Laboured during tie past two years. The company is regaining its Market standing after its Long lapse of inactivity during the general fail health and death of the former owner and there seems no reason apparel Why those who invested in the Stock of the company Are not coming out in a ban and that the prospectus made at he time of the incorporation will not eventually work out being Able to the first year s 10 per cent and a third of the second s dividend during the first 18 months however is. Better than was really expected. Are sold ovary in scientifically sealed packages of 30 Csc Arotta or ten 300 cigarettes in a covered Carton. We recommend Tia Carton for the Bome or office Supply or Vohen you Travail r. J. . We too Stycn. N. C amels Are the most refreshing satisfying cigarette Yon v Ever smoked put All your cigarette desires in a Bunch then buy some camels give them every taste test and know for your own satisfaction that in Quality flavor smooth body and in Many other delightful ways camels Are in a class by themselves camels Are an expert blend of Choice turkish and Choice Domestic tobaccos. You la not Only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight but you la appreciate the remarkable full bodied mildness and smooth refreshing flavor it provides camels Are a cigarette revelation camels win you in so Many new ways they not Only permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your taste but leave no unpleasant cigarette aftertaste or unpleasant cigarette Odorle compare camels with any cigarette in the world at any Price i you la prefer Camel Quality to premiums coupons or gifts St. Marys youth missing Dornish of so marys Well known travelling Man who arrived in the City last evening and who has been spending tie Day hero on business received a phone from his Home last evening at 8 o clock stating that his son huk Cne aged 14, the third of four boys had not been Homo since morning and that a note left by him read As follows dear father i am sorry to do this but i feel it is my duty to get out and Hustle for myself. I Hope you will forgive me. When i get located i will write. Your son in in interview with or. Dornish s morning it was Learned that he is not much worried about tie boy As s Well Able to take care of himself but lie father did not like the idea of j tie lid quitting school at his age. As the two older boys were now in Rol it i my had planned on Ceno finish ing school also. During tie vacation period last sum Nier Fene worked in one of the local factories making per Day. Anil or. Dornish thinks now that if he did that Well then he figured he will do better now. However or. Dornish is Mak ing an extort to locate him Ami per Suade him. If possible to return Home but should he refuse the father will lot him have his own Way in the Republican thursday. Porter Argus. Autos crashed wednesday night about Al o clock undo Mack was driving Down main Street in front of the theat orium to turned out to avoid a cur approaching Lihn. With headlights on and before lie could swing Back his car crashed into the rear of Clyde Payne s car was in front of Odell s store. Both cars were Damag d some but Verj fortunately no Ono was Eagle. News wires crossed in some manner a dispatch to the Buffalo evening news to the effect that Iii loud has subscribed for Bonds to erect a silk Mill Haa been re copied by other papers. This report Lias evidently been confused with the movement on at port Al legacy along that line. There is no Effort being made to locate a silk Mill in Eagle. Former popular Bradford teacher dead miss sue Tomlonson a former teacher in the schools of this City died at o clock thursday morning at the Home of her brother in Law Rev. Or. Hertwell a methodist Clergyman of Munch a. A. Miss Hon Linson was Glrst planed teacher in the Bradford City schools on june and was assign to the first Grade of i he St mid Ward primary she was school. Elected on August 17, is07 principal of the Mary school of the some Prish resigned her position Here on August 15. 1did. On account of Iii health. Miss Tomlinson wins tie daughter of a prominent physician of Williams port now dead. She received Hei education in Tho Public of t and later graduated from Jock Haven Normal school. Dur ing her stay in this City she proved herself an excellent teacher and formed 11 wide Circle of friends who Wil mourn her death shia is survived by two Sisters Ana two Ford Bra saturday. Air plane damaged Clarion pa., oct. States mail air plane number 87, piloted by Max Miller was badly damaged Lato today when the aviator attempted to make a Landing hero. The ground was Doggy and when the wheels struck they Sank in the soft Earth. The machine turned Over the propeller wings and so lds being broken. Miller escaped incur of the mall was for warded to new York by train. An education obtained at expense of oyo sight is of Little value. It is much Bottor to sue if Tho child s Oyosa Are right. If not right let to make them right. Children cannot toll you whether their orca Are right or Krong but i can it s my business and i sup this information together with the glasses that make the wrong Oyea right at a reasonable charge. William w. Clark of Tome trait state next to poit office clean new York Diamond tires cords Miles adjustment fabrics 6000 Miles adjustment Hare s a Cord tire that is made Batter stronger and More res Lent. Us big mileage perform Nova proved beyond doubt Attiat it ii a Luper Cord and for that reason do not Vitato to set its adj Mont Mark at Miloa. For Salo at e. W. Strong 408 w. Main St. Smethport Piu Oviatt the Soldier candidate sheriff merits your support. For that Cool clean Klenzo feeling it makes your breakfast taste so Good. Klenzo dental Creme 250. Hogarth s pharmacy the Rexall store. Lloyd Burrows dead Lloyd Burrows a Veteran of the civil War. Died at his Home on me chanic Street at o clock wednes Day morning following a Long illness of complicated diseases. He was 75 years of age being born at Pine Creek january 20, is43. He served in co. E. A. Vol. Infantry during the civil and Lon sep his wife and four Chil Dren to mourn his , mrs. John Man poor of port Allegany mrs. Mil ton Ktilc-.-, of i Hilvid mrs. I k Jimj ctr and mrs. Fred Home Comfort pays s Well 1 Money invested in Home j furniture j j a better dividend j than perhaps any other Way you can invest it. Home g cheer and Comfort is a mighty help in equipping go your family for the Battle of life. H. H. Sasse Smethport . I of ii own. A. The Fuik Terv. Vote for Alfred l. for sheriff i Comfort for weary feet do you Drudge along through each working Day with tha of numerous foot ailments anxiously awaiting the salvation of eve Enins and House slippers to remove your distress then Here s permanent Day time Relief in or. Scholts foot dec czars prevent fallen Arches straighten weak taste a relieve corns Bun and callouses relieve and Correct weak Ankles rheumatism Flat foot or Arpod Toca and tired Anil aching feet. And. At that they re Only ? a pair. A a 1 a Anderson Smethport j a a j1 j a and Carlson Penna

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