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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 6, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page two Mckean county Democrat Staie police station located in Bra Oford Bradford March 31 a acting upon the request of Board of Commerce officials and members of the City administration the Hon. Thomas b. Wilson has obtained the consent of major Lynn g. Adams superintendent of the Pennsylvania state police to establish a Barracks in Bradford. Arrangements Are being completed now for finding suitable quarters for the men who will be stationed Here. Years ago Bradford had a state police Barracks but in recent years the nearest station to this Community has been in Kane. The establishment of a station will not affect the Kane unit according to what could be Learned last night. The Bradford station will Complete a Quot boxy of state police units the Corners of which Are Kane Emporium Galeton and Bradford and authorities believe will increase the efficiency of the state officers by reason of its geographical location. Although nothing definite has been done in regard to the personnel of the local Barracks it is believed that three men will be stationed Here. The local station will be under the jurisdiction of troop a Headquarters of which Are in Butler with capt. Jasper Oftedahl troop commander. Postmaster Habgood Calls on Farley Washington d. C., april in Robert p. Hobgood Secretary treasurer of the National association of postmasters editor of their Gazette and postmaster at Bradford pa., and Fred g. Newell postmaster at Niagara Falls n. Y., and chairman of the executive committee of the association called on postmaster general Farley to pledge the support and cooperation of the association to his administration. The representatives of the association declared that their organization had always been helpful in bringing the department at Washington and postmasters All Over the country into closer relations which had proven helpful to All concerned. Quot i am very much interested in the work your association is doing a said or. Farley Quot and i want you to know that i am always at your service and will Endeavor to be helpful in any Way that i can. If you have any suggestion to offer let me have , pa., thursday april 6, 1933 w. M. Hilborn prominent Kane Man passes away William Milton Hilborn 77, a prominent resident of Kane and the father of Ralph d. Hilborn auditor of the Mckean county emergency Relief Board office in Smethport died at his Home last saturday morning. He had been ill for three weeks. Or. Hilborn was the son of Samuel and Roxy Ann Hayes Hilborn and was Boro in Greene township Erie county july 29, 1855. He was the last survivor of a family of ten children. He attended Edinboro Normal school after his attendance at the Public schools and taught school for a Short time after which he was a Farmer until he came to Kane in 1889 or has resided there continuously Ainee that time. Six children survive Flora. Myrtia. Ralph and mrs. Mary Shaw All of Kane Howard of Houston Texas and Claire of Pittsburgh. Funeral services were held monday afternoon in Kane. Cuba Lake improvements an eighteen Hole Golf course and a hotel of forty rooms Are planned for Cuba Lake summer resort East of Olean for the coming season. Golf enthusiasts Are now forming a company planning improvements that will make the Lake an attraction to rival More pretentious places farther a Way. Lovers of Golf of Buffalo Rochester Jamestown and other cities have joined with prominent men of that Section in forming the company. Administrators notice estate of miss Amanda Sasse. Late of Smethport county of Mckean. State of Penn Sylvania deceased. Letters of administration in the above named estate having been granted by the Register of wills of Mckean county to h. H. Sasse request is hereby made to All persons having claims or demands against the estate of said decedent to immediately make known the same and All persons indebted to the said decedent. To make payment thereof to h. H. Sasse. Smethport. A. For Sale fertilizer Maple syrup and seed potatoes both Early and late. J. N. Hackett. Phone 179r3, Smethport. Epilepsy Detroit lady finds Complete Relief for husband. Specialists Home a abroad failed. Nothing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs. Gee. Dempster Apt. 10-33, 6900 Lafayette blvd., West Detroit. Mich. Advertise in the Democrat is service j we have an Earnest desire to help you get the most from your radio. Modem meter test instruments plus years of experience help us to help you. For prompt efficient certified service Call 81w. Technical of director3 Elbow Ftp it a. Crude association Brodioi ii March 31�?payette by Dow vice president and general counsel of the Pennsylvania Grade j Oil association declared that a the resolutions offered by the three representative committees at conference in Washington were aimed to control flush production Anil to protect settled he spoke at the third annual meeting of the Bradford District Pennsylvania Oil producers association last evening in the Odd Fellows building. The meeting was opened toy d. T. Andrus president of the association. Following the routine business election of the braid of directors took place. W. J. Sloan Wilson Page Parker Melvin and George Rhodes were elected to the braid. The following members were reelected f. D. Dom e. Emery d. T. Andrus h. J. Walter h. G. Barcroft t. P. Thompson jr., a. E. Booth Tom Mallory George Bovaird jr., Cornell Pfohl jr., Lynn Smith c. E. Streeter g. B. Wood r. M. Haskell l. G. Dana if ugh Grant c. F. Stevenson d. W. Daly g. A. Simpson Adolph Schorman c. L. Wann r. Lloyd d. B. Tanner w. B. Miller w. F. Grow Frank Lawrence Robert Digel Blaine Walker e. H. Bryner John Messer Roy Oakes and w. N. Davis. Coudersport secures splendid new Industry Coudersport will have a splendid new Industry in the near future. The new concern which is owned by George b. Hansberg will manufacture go carts baby Baths strollers and a Large line of articles. About 75 people will be employed in the Plant As soon As machinery is moved from Elmhurst Long Island to Coudersport. The big furniture factory building in Coudersport will House the new Industry. Coudersport people will not be asked to finance the new factory As so Many manufacturers desire but or. Hansberg thinks the people should at least Bear the expense of moving the equipment there. A drive to raise the sum of $3000 will be started soon. E. P. Hunti Rigdon of Coudersport immediately went to new York to secure the trucking contract. This Industry was brought to Coudersport by George a. Bentley pies Dent of the Bentley system employed by the North Penn Gas company to Contact manufacturing concerns in the metropolitan area and to induce them to locate in Rural communities Sloan and Zook expect to end refinery Deal Warren mar. 30�?although delayed pending certain tax matters to be brought before Council monday night negotiations for the acquisition by the Sloan and Zook company of Bradford of the old Seneca Oil works Here Are nearing consummation. The Plant has been the property of the Swan Finch company since August 28 last. Since favourable consideration of the tax matters by the City officials probably will mean immediate consummation of the Deal and Early resumption of the Plant. It is expected that the proposition will met with favourable action monday. To Drill two Gas tests in Bradford Field Bradford. March 31�?at least two deep Gas tests Wells will be drilled in the Bradford Oil Field in the Oriskany Sand according to announcement made yesterday by local Oil men. The Wells will be drilled by the Pennsylvania producing and Royalty corporation of Williamsport and the Rock Oil and Gas company of new York of which j. Brooke Reed is president. They will be on the knapps Creek dome. Wellsboro Marine gets Merit medal Washington apr sergeant major Lee t. Bowen of Wellsboro pa., is to receive a nicaraguan medal of Merit tuesday at the Marine corps base at Quantico a a Marine since 1913, Bowen served with the forces in Nicaragua during the Bandit insurrections. The Central american Republic is awarding the medal for Quot meritorious service and administrative broke into fire Tower two Sinnamahoning men Are in jail under $1000 bail after breaking into a fire Tower in Cameron county and taking a sack of groceries and a pair of glasses. Bargain prices these Are just a few of our specials for the week Larda 2 lbs. 13c matches 6 boxes 19c Boscul Coffee. 27c Oval Tine. 50 size 39c salad dressing pint 10c car Given away free Rockne Sedan �?o6�?� with every 25c Purchase at our store you receive a ticket on the car free. A Penn store service shop a free delivery phone 365 i to. In. Farmers Valley Mike Weiner. Who has been in the port Allegany Hospital returned Home last saturday. Or. And mrs. Frank Hackett of Rew and mrs. Sloat of Olean were sunday guests of George Rockefeller and family. The Valley Bridge club was entertained by mrs. Edith Mosier at her Home in Moody hollow last thursday evening. George Jones has moved his family into one of the houses on the Eastman tree farm. Mrs. Robert Cunningham and children and or. And mrs. Frank Rickey spent wednesday evening with mrs. Eva Scowden. Or. And mrs. James Bray called at the Home of m. W. Heinlein on sunday. Miss Geraldine Harvey spent the week end with mrs. Cleva Bickford. Mrs. Carl Parker spent sunday with mrs. Ross. Mrs. Lizzie Digel was a Valley visitor monday. My. And mrs. Decker attended the funeral of m. W. Heinlein in Smethport on monday. Or. And mis. We. Francis were in Youngstown. Ohio Over the week end. The Valley Bridge club was entertained by the Rebekah s at Rew last Friday evening. A birthday party was held March 31. At the Home of or. And mrs. Lee Marvin at Duke Center in Honor of their son. Rodney. Cleva Lucille and Marilyn Bickford were among the guests present. Mrs. Mable Sebring spent Friday night with mrs. Fred Digel. Donald Davis and Adria Weimer called on m. S. Parker sunday. Or. And mrs. Verne Steinhauer of Derrick City. Mrs. Stull of Stull own and mrs Mary Moore and family of Rew were sunday visitors of mrs. Fannie Steinhauer. Ravoe Wandover of Shinglehouse is helping George Rockefeller in the sugar Bush. Roy Davis and daughters visited or and mrs. Weimer on sunday. Mrs. Sherman Francisco returned Home last week from Wellsville with her infant son. Who is very much improved in health after being ill. Mrs. Sarah Grover of Smethport called on mrs. Eva Scowden on monday. Paddy and Lucile Bray visited Rockefeller s sugar Bush last saturday evening. Mrs. Brougham and mrs. Skinner called on mrs. Fred Brock Ham one Day last week. John Sheldon of Bradford spent the week end with Claude Miller. Business of week at it House Camp fire news the Nisski Camp fire girls met at the Home of their guardian Margaret Hull saturday evening to reorganize for the new year. Eight new members were taken into the Camp and were initiated. Many stunts and april fool tricks were played on the new members. The new members Are Helen Ness Elsie Dickerson. Jane Amacher Mary Oviatt Jean Roseboom Marie Ross. Lena Marie Milroy and Bernice Cooper. The following were appointed officers Harriet Ness president. Jean Livermore vice president and pianist. Audene Coopers treasurer. Helen Hull scribe. Tickets were Given out to be sold on the quilt which the girls have made and will dispose of on april 15, at a cooked food Sale. The girls wish to thank All who donated to the apron Sale. Smethport March 29 to april 5, 1933 deeds March 28�?f. P. Crowley to Mary of Conner it a1, Annin twp. $1. March 29�? Peter t. Henningan and wife to j. M. Cotter Eldred $1. J. M. Cotter to Peter to. Hennigan and wife Eldred. $1. Eva Gerlach Lundin and husband to e. W. Lundin and husband Mamil ton twp. $1. Ernest g. Nelson to Charles o. Nelson Bradford $1. Roland Smith and wife to Lester Foster and wife Otto twp. $1. March 31�?venwormek Oil amp gasoline Trust to Harriet c. Foster Bradford twp. $1. Claude Vav. Foster and wife to Helen Carmody. Foster twp $1. Helen Carmody to Claude w. Foster and wife Foster twp. $1, Claude Vav. Foster and wife to c. M. Foster and wife Foster twp. $1. Harriet c. Foster and husband to Helen Carmody Bradford twp. $1. Helen Carmody to c. Vav. Foster and wife Bradford twp. $1. Scott a. Mekeown it a1 to Arthur Mcgregor it a1 to Arthur Mcgregor it a1 Keating twp. $1. James g. Gibson and wife to Katherine Burke. Foster twp. $1. Katherine Burke to James g. Gibson and wife Foster twp. $1. Frank a. Hunter it a1 to Koch mortuary inc. Oak Hill $1. Mary a. Keys Jones to Elmer f. Sondregger and wife. Eldred twp. $1. April in Thomas b. Love and wife to David Sprague it a1 $1. David t. Sprague it a1 to Robert e. Hungiville it a1 Rixford $1. April 3�?sheriff Fred t. Ludwick to Tekla Lindholme Kane $8500. Mearl d. Neely to Frank e. Niely Keating twp. $1. Bill of Sale april in Harvey Knox adm of to r. E. Hungiville Otto twp. $500. New suits no. Ioos june to. 33 Sylvester Leo Lacey is Edra Houck i Acey divorce. No. 106 Donald Mansfield is f. E. Perry trespass. No. 109�?use William d. Gordon secy amp a is Leo Kervin exr amp a Assum sit. Executions no. 12�?june to. �?T33 St. Marys savings and investment loan . William p Reigel $768 98. No. 13�?same is. John t. Dolphin $1186.76, no. 14�?mabel r. Moore it a1 is e. D. Boardman Mortgagor amp a $3657.50. Lev. Fac. No. 15�?f. A. Hauber it a1 is Evan j. Leonard it Ai $7175.50 Luries i. A. No. 16�?Mckean county bldg amp loan Assn is j. Henry $2208.35. A w. Fitzgerald injured e a Fitzgerald Secretary of the Olean chamber of Commerce is confined to his Home in Olean suffering from a fractured Light leg above the ankle sustained saturday evening when he was struck by a car driven by Carl Anderson 209 Coleman Street Olean. Legal notice notice is hereby Given that a petition will be presented to the orphans court of Mckean county on the 27th Day of april 1933, at 10 00 a. In. For leave for the guardian of the estate of Sarah Jane Means a minor Over the age of sixteen years to join in a contract for the Sale of a House and lot known As the Ward Beecher Means property at no. 802 West Green St. Smethport a to Merle Dickinson Smethport pa., for the total sum of $1500.00, the interest of the said minor being an undivided two Twenty firsts interest when and where All persons interested May appear and bid More if they so desire. Harry Herzog guardian. Adv3t. 14-16 plants and Flowers the american legion auxiliary will sell plants and Flowers easter week at Kohns Market main Street. Subscribe for Democrat Thomton Filar. Ntembi a rim Sai i m s a5s h the worlds speediest cooking service natural Gas the flaws Jas fuel turn a handle and there a your heat the natural Gas flame Springs from nothing to hottest intensity in a split second. Natural Gas heat exceeds All others for flexibility of control. Natural Gas heat will perform every cooking task with the greatest possible Speed and Economy. Smethport natural Gas co. I w special showing we have a Complete line of general electric refrigerators on our floor from $9950 up four year guarantee we cordially invite your comparison s w a Crescent electric company r. K. Palmer. Prop. Smethport. A. A a i specials for week of april 3-8 Orange week big Sale of California naval oranges size 200 to 216 Doz. 22c size 176 Doz. 26c size 150 Doz. 29c Cuba Dairy cured. Snappy cheese m Acaron Black Pepper toilet paper 10c Rolla Seda brand�?1000 Sheet oils silk tissue Polk s Grapefruit preserves. La. Elbow�?4 la. Box highest Quality Qiana sifters�?3>/s of no 2�?whole segments 14c 19c 10c 19c 10c 15c Heinz Ketchup a a Lamont la. Jara fresh fruit and granulated sugar vinegar pts. 10c Velox pkg. Ile. In. 17c rinse. In. Pkg. 21c yeast foam a a a a 8c palmolive soap ----3 bars 20 c Swan Down. 23c baby Chick feed starting Mash Sweet pickles Tomato paste. Beechnut Spaghetti g-37. It. Jar 25 c 6 of. 2 for 13c 2 cans 17c .25 la. Sack 37c too la. Sack $1.69 old dutch Cleanser 2 for so tuna fish Ocean Beauty. 17c soap chips clean quick5 la. Box 27c raisins Sun maid puffed or seedless 10c Tea leaves broken Early sprang buds la. 15c Jardines Boneless and skinless l/4s. 3 for 25c Tapoca Pearl star3 pkg. 25c 4 i Royal gelatine 4 n. In solos pkg 24clc sate a i pkg. Chocolate dessert in Kui. And Sai. Produce Fri. And said. Fancy Louisiana strawberries it. 15c fancy California cauliflower Snow White Ca. 15c extra Choice California asparagus set la. Bunch 15c fancy Southern Green onions3 la. Bunches la fancy Southern radishes4 in. Bunches j5c the Market Basket store c Btu Piunt an a aaa Vij your Money refunded Ever j Ai licit we veil an Cis tire j of 1

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