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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania
The Mckean Democrat Smethport pa., october 1919 Page Mckean Democrat Smethport pa., october 23, 1919 local Penci Lings or. And mrs. Francis quirk tuesday october 21. 1910. A baby girl. Simpkins Ian accepted a position in Chas. W. Masser s hard Ware store. Beautiful new residence of w. H. Hungerford on King Street is fast hearing completion. Schmitt has leased the bowl ing alleys in the Backus building and opened the same for business. The King of Belgium wears a Mackinaw is explained in Moni Heimer a advertisement in today s Democrat. Ellen Anderson will enter Tain the Cannada Camp fire next tuesday evening at her Home on East scale Street. To press reports there will be a pronounced shortage of tur key the National Bird this year with an unprecedented trend toward higher prices. A. J. Hyatt has about touched Sand on the new Well for j. W. Bouton and j. A. Nellis of this place on the g. I. Davis farm on red Mill Brook. Marla Carter who has occupied rooms at the residence of mrs. Martha Chadwick of West main Street Las moved Tho farm her son o d. Nouraee. R. Rowland superintendent of the Warren Moore construction co. Has been joined by his Mother and aider of poll Delphin. And is now occupy ing furnished rooms in the residence of mrs. Martha Chadwick. Thomas who has served in the u. S. Navy during Tho War received his honorable discharge and returned Home the latter part of last week he was a member of the Crew of the transport von Stephen. Lois Green Bas returned a Hunting trip the Adiron Dack mountains with her brother Green and wife of Batavia. During their trip the party shot a Deer. Of the condition at de who with Hin family Are sojourning at Sarn Naa Lake n. Are the effect that that popular gentle Man is regaining his health at an encouraging rate and that his Complete Conva Lessence is confidently expected and Gilfillan have mad extensive improvements and hav greatly enlarged their Orace rooms a their Large manufacturing Plant o Mechanic Street a Gratifying sign o increasing business of this enterprising concern. Is directed the Large advertisement on Page 2 of the the spectacular Bibica production which will appear at the Bradford theater Bradford. Thursday and Friday nights of this week wit matinee Friday afternoon. This is u doubt edly the greatest production i magnitude which has Ever appeared i Bradford and no one should miss it. Forget the big dance b conducted by Alfred sturdivent at the lyceum this thursday evening. Houg ton and Casey of Olean will be ther with their original Bunch of jazz d censers the same a on their first appearance Here. This will be one of the most enjoyable events the season do not fail he present. Dancers spectators 25 cents. Is reported that members of the Crew on the b. R. P train leaving this City at As Well is passengers Margaret Hungiville has a Opeil a clerical position in Tho a Knik. Of a rounds of mrs. Jas. Mckean will be do Light it learn that hat Esti Mahlo lady is improving from i r severe illness. J. Houlon entertained the us Tina Uridge club list thursday afm noon. A Hartford sunday Herald ays John Walker and Ray David on were Given a hearing on Tho Harge of burglary before mayor Orth thursday. Walker was release d on Ball but Davidson was unable o secure the bail and was Tak n Smeu port by sheriff Jones. In he hearing of this Case facts develop d which led the arrest of j. J. Cofey a local second hand dealer on Tho Harge of receiving stolen goods with knowledge that they were stolen. A hearing before Alderman Foley e was held for criminal court in the us of the Hail was furnished. Epstein another dealer also charge d with the same offence was Dos charge d on account of Lack of evidence. Neral orders announcing the a ointment of sixteen colonels and one major of the new Pennsylvania National guard and assigning twelve commanders of organizations was is used by adjutant general Frank Beary direction of governor Sproul and he newly appointed officers will re port at once major general William 1. Price commanding the division so hat organization of a Force of from men can be taken up general Price was named commander if the division several months ago free brigadier generals being named Guy l. Marg son was a Brad Ford business visitor tuesday. Keating of Clermont was a knit Poi a visitor wednesday. Mrs. Henry a Michamp and mrs. S. Fly shopped in Bradford monday. Anna Cooper. Mary Mccarty Mary Goary Rena Boyer and Beatrice Terry attended the dance in port Al legacy monday evening. Dard lonne win. Scott and Rupert n Elson of port Alleg Nuy at tended the dance at Holder s Hall last saturday evening. And mrs. Murray Lawder and two children of Havre do Grace md., have Ben guests of or. And mrs. John Klein this week. Amos Smith and daughter miss Maude of Waymart pa., were guests of or. And mrs. C. D. Cornea leaving monday for Rochester t., on a visit. And mrs. T. H. Hill of Elmira n. Were registered at the grand Central hotel for dinner tuesday. Ruth Jones and Vera Jones Robert Hamilton and Arthur Mahoney motored Emporium sunday evening. A. E. Quirk and mrs. Chaa h. Shultz shopped in Olean wednes Day. Ruth Howe of East Smith port was a week end guest of mrs Clyde Nelson of Kane. Eloile Freeman was a Bradford whopper saturday. Taylor who Westbrook s commercial Richard Coulter jr., Vard c. Shannon Greensburg de Columbia and George c. Rickards Oil City All of whom had commands during the War. Klain smothers Oakmont. E colonel 16th infantry served 112ui infantry. To personal Points. C. Smith transacted bus iness in Bradford saturday. And mrs. A. B. Hyde of Friend ship n. Y., have Beon guests of Smith port relatives this week. And mrs. J. W. Walker Are tin King or. And mrs. De Walker who Are sojourning at Saranac Lake n. Margaret Haase spent Sun Day with her parents on Rose Hill Avenue. Marian Young of Buffalo spent sunday with her Mother mrs. Jane Young on South Street. And km., a b. So Mph is and daughter mrs. Lloyd Kohn have re turned their respective in Sheffield after having spent a cow Days with friends Here. Hertig of Emporium spent sunday with Vera Jones. Shea of Eldred spent Sun Day evening with friends in Smethport Terry is shopping in Ole Aii today. Ruth Mccarty who holds a position is teacher in the Johnison Burgr schools was a week end great of her parents on East main Street. Pettis returned his Home in Dubois monday after having spent a few Days with his Mother mrs. Jas. Tammany on Bank Street. H. Shultz was a. Recent bus iness visitor in Buffalo and Depew n. P. A. Brown relatives in Olean the latter part of the week. S. Ellsworth transacted Busl in Olean last thursday and Fri Day. Rev. Gregson was an Kindred Busi Ness visitor last thursday. Is attending Academy Irolean spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Chas. Taylor of the county farm. Or. And mrs. Verne Hopkins. Mrs Bessie Mono gun and children Mildred and Hazel of Kane motored Smith port sunday and spent the Day As guests mrs. Mira Lindsley. And mrs. I yank Barbour re turned saturday from a few Days so Journ in Williamsport rarity of Johnsonburg is visiting her daughter. Mrs. John Mccarty on East main Street. R. S. Quigley of lock Haver mrs. Robert Beach of Bellefonte and mob Henrietta. Lyon of Williamsport prominent club women who Are tour ing this Section in the Quigley car spent tuesday in Smethport leaving wednesday for Dubois and currens vide. J. O Connor of port Allegany the popular candidate for county com mls Bloner waa a Smethport visitor on monday and during his Tarry in town was a Welcome caller at this office or. O Connor reports his Fol Tiea fences in splendid shape. Over thin Points the. Election of this Popula candidate. Board announces decisions Ilar Olsburg oct. The stat Board of pardons last night recommended Pardon for William Josiah Mcmeen convicted of wife murder i Juniata county in 1886, and granted commutation the next year. He a been in prison Ever since. The boar refused Grant commutation for Wil Ham Evans Dauphin sentenced b electrocuted october 27. Decision announced included h. Davenpor Bradford larceny. Bovins Venango burglary and rape Edward Locke. Washington manslaughter. Held under of Filto. Bradford arson. Other Ca sos were either continue or withdrawn. On the train it several different times Fairweather of Eldred was a have seen a Deer in the Vicinity of recent Smethport visitor. Carrolton when passing that station miss Lillian Michaels of port Al it is very unusual sue a Roni Incipit in the City. To was Active in patriotic enter prise during the world War. He has Isi been Active in civic affairs of the City. He is in Active member and vice president of Tho Board of com Merce. Personally Counis is his friends All who meet him. Or. Overs went from England when a Young Man As a missionary Afri Ca. While Thero became interested n the people of that continent. Since Hla pastorate in this City he has lec tured Here and elsewhere of the peo ple in that far Oft land. He is also author of a Book which is the name of a tribe on the West Afri can coast. He has been intensely in. Ier ested thut a Good Man should bal Mado Bishop of the people Thoro. Liberia is in the a league of nations. During the War it was on the Side of the allies it is a negro Republic East of. Sierra Leone and West of the French Ivory coast Colony. Its coastline is about 300 Miles in length it has an area of Miles. It occupies a strategic position of import Ance on Tho direct route of vessels plying Between the United states or Europe and the West coast of Africa the Colony was founded As a Home for freed american slaves in 1847. The colonists who had gone from America declared their country an Independent Republic and it was recognized by the great Powers As such. To 1d10 an american protectorate Over Liberia was recognized by _ the great Powers. The history of this Tegro Republic is re sunday Herald. I the King of Belgium his latest picture shows is wearing a Mackinaw he knows you no doubt know that a Mackinaw is one of the most comfortable and warmest garments made. Come in and let us show you a Large assortment of the warmest and Best Makinas for the least Money made. The King Mackinaw for men 34 36, for boys 6 18. To your Money s Worth or your Money Back is that fair we. Monheimer Smethport a. O n l y o n e car remains of our Stock of used Auto mobiles. It is a Studebaker six Cylinder five passenger touring car in oort condition with five Good tiros. Glad demonstrate. Will sell at a bargain in order clean up. Smethport garage company october birthstone opals have been found prove Lucky for one s born in october. Try one j. M. Wiant jeweler optometrist the House of Quality. Successor v. Eng Strrm Smethport Winter suit or overcoat Why not cultivate that tailored look in your dress the famous International line samples of All the late attractive weaves and shades Are Here made and fitted your measure by those who know How Leo j. Samson Agency for International clothes cleaning pressing repairing Smethport Penna Terai Silvania state every handicraft produces its masterpiece by which the efforts of others Are judged. In classroom instruction in the Home economics division of the Pennsylvania state College the finds recognition As the Ideal attainment in Power Washer design am construction for the farm ant out of the aty Home. Its counterpart the Maytag electric Washer enjoys i similar recognition because it offers the City Dweller a degree of Power Washer service beyond which improvement is at present , and the Price of either stands fair Between extravagance and unwise Economy. The i a Maying of biker of Terry pc War i till the Enoi Alt Maytag Standard b. T. Garlick
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