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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Smethport, Pennsylvania The Democrat thurs. Sept. 30, 1920. Page Mckean Democrat Smethport thur. Sept. 30, 1920. Local Pein filings Cal. To Oices underwent on extensive surgical operation at the Ledgway Hospital of wednesday of last week. She rallied trom the or Deal in a satisfactory manner and late reports from old Goy Are such As to offer encouragement for her rapid and Complete recovery. And mrs. Frank Crelghton of Bidgway spent sunday guests of or. And mrs. T. H. Morrison. And mrs. Geo. White of Buffalo spent sunday guests of or. And mrs. Ii. C. Wells. Alfred sturdy Lent and John con a Nolly attended the Angelica n. Y., fair last week. Sir. And mra. D. M. Cooper and daughter. Miss Margaret Cooper of Westone spent thursday evening guests of or. And mrs. H. C. Wells. Sunday waa Mckeaig county Day at Rock City Park. On that Day the families of county recorder a. R. An Derson supt. Of county Home c. O. Taylor county detective Jack Allison or. And Are. We. Halpenny misses Hester and Grace Kerr and Katherine Hungerford were the ones who took c. K Armstrong has Noturno de from a visit in Koc Hoster and Buffalo. And mrs. John gather entertained at a dancing party at their f. D. Gallup and mra. H. A. Potter entertained at dinner and Bridge tuesday evening at. Mrs. Gallup a Homo. Wednesday evening mrs pot Ter entertained at dinner and Bridge it Homo on Rose Hill Avenue londay eve j the Gallup Home Enung. The meeting of the p. H. Half a million cashier Underwood la about Tho Hap pm vat Man in town on monday the balance Sheet of the first National wont Over Tho million Mark in re sources. And the Community will re Joice with him for it will put a. Cultus of. Holmes and w. H. Gallup a. Tuesday evening the members and i on any pessimistic Knocker who Ima Emma Mccandless returned advantage of the Beautiful weather last thursday from Philadelphia in which City she attended the convention of women citizens in Progress last week. And mrs. Lyle Hall of St. Marys spent sunday guests of or. And mrs. S. F. Redfield. T. S. Potter of Arlington n. J., is a guest of her aunt mrs. James Mcguire. New roof a being placed on the office of the Tupper Lake chemical co. On water Street. Colegrove who has been a guest of mrs. Liella Colegrove Lance fair week returned to his Home in Buffalo Friday. F. H. Hungiville mrs. Ray Day and miss Belva Ford were Corry visitors the latter part of last week. Chas. Hall who is employed in Kane spent sunday in Smethport return ing monday accompanied by mrs. Hall. Or. And mrs. Hall will make their future Home in Kane. Heath the local taxi Man hag purchased a Studebaker touring oar and placed same in commission. Caphart who hag Heen visit ing his Mother mrs. Zellla Colegrove returned to Hla Home in Erie last Fri Day. F. H. Hungiville entertained at a Shower in Honor of miss Clytle Abbey Bride elect at her Home on main Street last thursday evening. Lyls Green returned saturday from an extended visit to Glassboro n. Home last Friday. Conn., j., new York City Danbury and other Points in the East. Miss. Gladys Hackett of Keating township left this week for Alfred where she will attend school this term. Miss Mayme Colegrove gave a Towel slower monday evening. In Hon or of miss Clytie Abbey Bride elect. The first Carload of formaldehyde from Tho new formaldehyde factory at East Smethport was shipped last week. This birr Industry is now in still operation and from now on will be Able to keep up with tie Lee in de Mand for this valuable product. Mrs. Edna Walker has Ace pled position at the offices of the Moore construction co. Warren James Tabor Westfield n. Y., who has been Sanatorium for the Post two weeks returned to Smethport monday. Elsie Sherer and miss Ola Badger left last Friday for a visit in Buffalo. The population of Warren county including Warren according to the last census figures just published. Is an increase of 451. Action of the Smethport school authorities in enforcing the compulsory attendance Law applying to pupils Between the Ages of 8 and 16 years is in line with similar action in other towns throughout this Section. In Bradford the other Day the father of a. Boy who had been staying away from school without excuse was a and motored to Tho popular amusement Park and held a picnic. Needless to state a delightful Day waa spent by the party. Nichols and Harry Ness at tended the St. Marys fair last week. Of making alterations to the store room in the quirk building adjoining tiie quirk garage on main St., has been started. When Thig work is completed or. Quirk will use the room for automobile display purposes and to increase his garage floor space. It greatly increase the facilities of this hustling business establishment. H. C. Wells mrs. Archie Mai Colm mrs. G. A. Denning and miss Mae Chato motored to Rixford in the Wells car last thursday and spent the Day at the Camp of mrs. A. Nellis proceeding to Bradford later where they attended the picture show. Reports of the Grange nation Al Bank compiled sept. In another column of to Day s Democrat. This report it will be noted that the deposits of this flourishing financial institution now total and the resources a splendid showing. Indeed. This Bank which was established 13 years ago is Forg ing to the front As one of the leading financial institutions of Mckean county. F. Quirk of Mannington, was a go fast of his Cousin Jas. Quirk and family the latter part of last week. Harriet Mulvihill left tues Day for a visit with relatives in Mon Treal and St. Anns Canada. F. Nichols and miss Marie Purtilo motored to Bradford saturday. Democrat appreciates the co operation of its friends in publishing All the news. Items of interest Tele phoned in Are gratefully received. Backus entertained a num her of her Young friends at a birthday party monday. Dance at the lyceum Pednea Day evening May be the last of the popular series conducted by quirk Okerlund. Music furnished by Hus Ted and Sorrentino a Superb orchestra of Bradford always assures splendid musical inspiration brings the crowds. Dancers Are assessed j1.65 and spectators 25c. I Fred Pistner of Rasselas waa h guest of her Dieter mrs. Jas. Quirk the latter part of last week. Keefer who has been spending the summer with his parents Viere and making efforts to recover from a severe attack of influenza Khich a indicted him last Winter is now quite hopeful of regaining his Normal Good health his condition Haven taken a decided turn for the better. Marie Carter has received a response from a query directed to the authorities of Penn Yann that Roy Carter whose serious illness was re were brie visitors last week making the trip in. The latter gentleman s car. They arrived Home thursday. Or. And mrs. Lew Windsor of Sioux City Iowa Aro visiting supt. And mrs. C. O. Taylor the county Home. Taylor has accepted a position As Chaffeur for mra m. For rest. Aged Man named Walker an in mate of the county Home died at that institution monday from ills incidental to old age. Bradford is perfecting plans for a Gigantic Celebration november 11. In the Day there will be an impressive1 Observance by world War veterans of armistice Day while the evening festivities will Vonalst of a Marl Graa Parade and Celebration which will take the place of the Cen night Celebration for a number of years an annual event in the Oil Metropolis. Anderson Anderson Thomas garage East Smethport drove a new Buick car purchased by mrs. M. Forrest from. Flint mich., to Smethport arriving Here sunday night or. Anderson made the trip driving with one Arm not because he is what invited guests enjoyed a card party. I. H. Robinson and mrs. W. Glues that this town is Down and out if any such Aro still hanging around f. Specht entertained at the Robinson i hero. It s Qullie an. Accomplish lament random rambles. And reflects a. Lot of credit on All who have had anything to do with building up the business. On monday Tho Tot is generally termed a but because he Al Road Urcla reached exactly 09, which made it a Osalbo for birded to boost of a half million Dollar Bank. Eagle. Card of thanks or. And mrs. Samuel Walker and family wish to thank kind friends and neg born for the Many acts of kind Ness and sympathy shown them during their Aad bereavement. Adv. Special offer for Short time Democrat 6 month for county Home expects to Harvest of the finest crops of potatoes in rested and fined before a magistrate. Other cases Are pending. Helen Freeman left for gains Volle ga., saturday evening where Ahe will attend Brennan College. Vera Freeman left monday night to enter upon her duties a teach or of Home economics at the Scudder school for girls. Mclernan a former keat ing township boy who has won Success in the Oklahoma Oil Fields together his family is a guest Othla Mother and brother Michael Mclernan of Crosby and incidentally renewing Hla hosta of old time friendships in this Vicinity. O Reilly of Tulsa been a guest of Smethport relatives during the past week. Deal was closed last week b y which Floyd No hols purchased from the Mccoy estate the House and lot at the Corner of main and East streets. Or. Nichols intends to move the House Jack from the Street and make Exten Sive repairs to aame with a View of occupying it As a residence. The was made through the Geary real estate Agency. H. C. Wells was a Bradford visitor on tuesday of last week. T. Oviatt the local contractor has just completed a Job moving a House from Norwich to a site near Colegrove Charles Bosworth and miss Eulalla King entertained at a luncheon at disc hollow Camp monday in Hon or of miss Kate Taylor of Brookline mass. Ported in these columns several weeks ago has recovered. The letter received by mrs. Carter stated that for a time Roy was at the Point of death As the result his appendix bursting but that he has now completely recovered and is living in Penn Yann. Dorothy Hogarth who is at tending Bryant stratum s business College Buffalo spent sunday at her in this Borough. Emil g. Winstedt returned monday from Jamestown n. Y., where he attended the conference of the mid dle East association swedish mis Sion churches. White and Helmer Larson of port Allegany were guests of or. And mrs. Clair White last week. Eldred Eagle says Forrest h. Nouraee of uie Tourso electrical co. Of Smethport is engaged in rewiring the picture show Here. He also did she wiring at the Hazen s garage and Hla work seems to give Good satisfaction Rev. Mil g. Winstedt will preach at the swedish Mission Church next sunday at a. M. And p. M. Special singing will be rendered. All Are cordially invited. Taylor of Bradford visited his parents or. And mrs. C o. Taylor Over sunday. Win Nimrod o Brien has accepted a position at the Miner office. C. S. Andrews of Cleveland Ohio is a guest of mrs. C. B. Arm Strong. Mrs. Andrews was formerly miss Rose Spra tue of Smethport and has Many friends in this town. Mourne re turned sunday night trom Flint Michigan driving a new 1021 Bulck car which be Purchas of. In that City. One armed Dri broke an Arm two weeks ago while cranking a Cor. Card from Thos. Harrington civil War Veteran newspaper Veteran and Veteran All around Good fellow asks us to give his regards to All friends and inform them that to is now located in Phoebus o. Taylor superintendent of the one this Section this fall. Or. Taylor has secured 175 bushels from his Garden Al one the result of planting 11 bushels seed. The crop is not Only prolific but of unusually Fine Quality wednesday afternoons the same As any other Day. For particulars read Monheimer s and. In to Day s Democrat. Warm weather of the past two is said to be making potatoes still in the ground rot badly and As a consequence Many Farmers Are digging their Fields sooner than they intended to. Sol. Marks and two children Jans and Phillip of Renovo were the guests of her parents or. And mrs h. W. Rubin last week. Clair White who und Enwen operation for the removal of Ade not a in clean last week Haa returned and la recovering rapidly. Marjorie Gleason left Las wednesday for Wilmington n. C. Where Ehe will teach first Grade in Thi City schools there. W. Masser spent the week end in Cambridge Springs a. And mrs. Nell Gleason and son Arden returned tuesday from Edinboro where they were the guests of f. A. Worster and family. And mrs. C. H. Gleason were Olean visitors last thursday. Celebration of the suffrage amendment becoming a part the Constitution of the United states Bells were rung and whistles blown in this Borough at o clock last saturday afternoon. Jas. Quirk is confined to Ner Home by illness. Ruth Holmes entertained number of Young lady friends at a o clock dinner at the Royal a can you beat it where can a Man buy a Cap for Hla knee or a key for a lock of his hair can your eyes to called an Academy because there Are pupils there in the Crown of your Hoad what jewels Are found who travels Tho Bridge of your nose could you use in singling Tho roof of Mouth the nails on the end of your toes could Crook in your Elbow be sent to jail if so. What did to do How can you Sharpen your shoulder i la to darned if i know do you could you sit in the Shade of the Palm of your hand or beat on Tho drum of your ear does Tho calf on your leg eat the Corn on your toe then Why grow Corn on the ear York Central Magazine. Tho head of one of the Borough s Well salaried cumbersome depart cents received a Dray Load of mall order groceries recently the rambler informed by a Friend. Local bust less men will be glad to learn that Amine will not be stalking on the rail of the Law and order guardian luring the coming Winter. I i i i the Law of diminishing return Robaly what regulates reductions manufacturers prices which never reach the ultimate consumer. Many a Man has won Success due o indefatigable efforts and ing some other Fellows Money. Others just As in their Effort have been unsure Saul been caught All of which goes to show that it in t so much what you do a it is How you do it. It is unusual to hear horse stealer applied a a complimentary term. A the big Cuba Laif two weeks ago 1 announcing to the crowds the Resoso Why the big racing program advert la de that fair had been called off the management stated that the smell port fair had stole All the horse scheduled to race at the York stat fair. This alertness of the local management was a indeed on the Cuba management. An australian prelate in an address to an american audience recently and ised american Young manhood to seek Fortune in Australia which he painted As the land of great Opportunity. He assured prospective for All Wool Serge Navy Blue Only a Yard. 2 patterns of scotch plaid Serges excellent for children s cd. All Wool Serge dress sizes up to 14 years to beauties too with heated skirts also in Peter Thompson style. Farm on tuesday evening. Again open wednesday afternoons the ammo As on any other Day. A fortunate. Purchase it to offer you splendid dress shirts at Worth from to these shirts Are made of very Fine Madras Percale in a Large variety of Beautiful patterns. And Best of All every shirt is guaranteed absolutely fast color. Sizes 14 to 17. We. Monheimer Smethport pa., Hunters that be dust dry. Australia would evidently the tune soon Clergyman s sentiments regarding the dry Law in the United states were Akin to those of the romanian Prince who on a recent visit to now York asked when Purohi Tuon started Here overworking a proverb. Said a Small boy what is a a profiteer my son is a Man who runs across the proverb make Hay while Tho Sun shines and overwork Washington Star. A Star Smethport a monday october 4th. Norma in of Pathe news. Tuesday oct. 6th. Hanry Walthall in his Robe of topics of the Day. Wednesday oct. 6th. Edith Roberts in her 5ft-High serial Ruth of the i thursday oct. 7th. Billie Burke in Good gracious Christie comedy. I Friday saturday oct. 8th and 9th. Georges Carpentier in Tho wonder Sonnett comedy. This is a Home Bank Loyal to the Community and you. _ we appreciate loyalty wherever it is found. We stand ready to Aid and encourage every mov ement designed directly or indirectly to Advance Community interests. If you need funds for of your business if there Way in which we. Can help you to grow do not hesitate to Call on us. The Grange National Bank Smethport a. The Home without a savings account. Like a ship without an Anchor. It May travel smoothly for years without when the storm comes it is More than Likely to land on the rocks than the household with a growing savings account. Is yours a Home of savers if not get started at once and make this Bank your business Home. Your account is Welcome with us. Hamlin Bank Trust co. Smethport a. The Bank that takes care of its

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