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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - December 28, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Mckean county Democrat of Smethport a. Thursday december 28, 1933 to m i gets the music As it sounds to those j tym w in the room actual players. The Vij u cd or cd id j i Ason for that is that the radio picks i it up from one spot while the listener a m wat a the room hears it with both ears Clum cd i cd w and gets the basses on the left the strings in the Middle and the horns _. _ 1 _ ii and Tympani on the right in their Frank Parker Stockbridge True relation to each other a radio Engineer who has been newsprint working on the problem for one of since Wood pulp paper was first the big broadcasting chains told me made in my Home town of Stock the other Day that the solution has Bridge mass., sixty years ago it has been believed that Only Spruce fir and Hemlock fibres were suitable Pine had too much pitch in it. One result of that belief was to Send the big paper Mills that make a a newsprint or Ordinary newspaper paper farther and been found. It is Only a question now of waiting until the big auditoriums in which the great symphony orchestras perform Are equipped with the new system of picking up the music As it really is produced. Farther into Canadian forests As the will abolish Mckean More southerly supplies of Spruce county orphanage were exhausted All the time there were millions of acres of fast growing a a slash Pine on Bradford. Dec. 22. A Nineteen inmates of the children a Home at Minard run soon will be moved from the Sandy lands of Georgia Alabama j that orphanage As the result of the and Florida mostly going to waste j resignation of or. And mrs. Vav Illiam my Friend or Charles a. Herty fam j j. Hazard caretakers of the Home Ous chemist began some years ago to the couples resignation will be a do some experimenting and he Dis Cepter by the Mckean county Corn covered that this Southern Pine con missioners it is believed. As Many of gains no pitch until it is fifteen years the children As possible will be taken old. He made some paper from into the Mckean county children s Young Pines and it looked Good. Last Home at Foster Brook. Commission month he shipped three carloads of ers Quot a ill attempt to place the remain Wood pulp made from Young Pines Der in private Homes in this Section secretly to a big Canadian paper Mill. I he move will not be made until it fabricated perfectly on the fast january i. Machines and seven Georgia dailies Brothers and Sisters will not be printed their entire editions of one separated it is announced. There Ai Day on it. Three pairs at the Minard run Home Power. Man made now. People think of Boulder dam and the commissioners will pay weekly i muscle Shoals As the great sources of Board for children Sere to the Fosto enormous Power. But the other Day Brook Home. They urge adoption of there was completed in Brooklyn the some of the inmates As the Mckean largest single Power unit in the world. County Home cannot take Cate of a. Except Niagara Falls. That is the inmates new steam Plant of the Brooklyn Edison co., which can generate Morel poultry meeting at Kane Power than anybody Ever dreamed of a poultry meeting will be held at getting from the Colorado River or the Home of Walter Nelson at East the Tennessee. Kane on tuesday afternoon j in. 2. At it is a false notion that Waterpower j 2 00 of clock. D. C. Henderson Poul is either plentiful or cheap. C. P. A v specialist from the Pennsylvania Steinmetz great electrical Engineer. State College will be present of Dis once said to me that of every drop of cuss Winter poultry problems. Anyone water that Falls on the surface of the interested in poultry is invited to United states were to generate pow this Sweeting or All the Way from the Mountain a a p1�"8 a Quot Al Quot a be made for tops to the sea. The total Power pro Kane Capon club for next year this diced would not be As much As was a pm of Lub proved very popular in then be intr produced by steam. A Quot a a Quot is Dunn the or Quot a. S. Ai. All of the Capone were marketed Dur any water Power project except the the Hollday to anon. Most of the very largest and few of those takes oys found that the demand exceeded i so much capital investment that the the i uppity interest on the capital alone amounts. H often to More than fuel would have Cav far will to Cost for a steam Plant of equal Power. A but i suppose politicians trying to state representatives get appropriations for local projects of will keep on making the Public be a vat he Las a a a a Lieve that it will Benefit by develop in the How Toda it that he w,1�?~ not intr water Dowers a Back next a Siou i a i made the remark while com automobiles i mending speaker Grover Talbot for a some of the 1934 automobiles will Jug effective directing of the House. A have a new sort of front wheel sus few minutes later representative pension which some Bright Piess a a Wood Turner Delaware lauded Tai a in it. A _ ii. Iii i. I it. Jewett Tannery Force will be doubled the Kane Republican last week said the amount of hides in soak at the local Tannery was doubled saturday and an increase in employment probably More than doubling the present Force of 47 men was forecast. The Plant has been operating at part a capacity since november 25. Up to saturday 6,000 pounds of j hides were in soak with a working j Force of 47 men employed. The a. Jority of this number were working part time. As the number is increase cd this group will be Given More working hours until they Are All on full time. As the hides Progress through the various departments Down to the shipping department a larger group will be employed bringing up the total to More than too. At Peak operations during the Boom period 150 men were at w Ork at the Plant. Modernizing and re arranging equipment at the Plant is under Way with h. B. Norton Engineer in charge. Or. Norton whose Home is at Ridgway was chief Engineer at the Elk tanning co. At that place for 40 years. From present indications it was intimated that preparations Are being made to place the Plant in shape for full capacity operation. At capacity the Plant will have approximately 12,-000 pounds of hides in soak and will employ Between 125 and 150 men. Frank Bucheit superintendent was formerly assistant superintendent at the Plant. He resides at my Jewett. Harry h. Smith of Ridgway is the general manager and a vein Millet of my Jewett is the office Man. Large damage award to automobile crash victim Warren. Dec. 23.�?the jury in the Case of Tina state is. David w. Crossett. Jr., and Rena Anderson an action to recover damages As a result of an automobile Accident late yesterday awarded the plaintiff the sum of $10,000, to be paid by the original defendant David w. Crosset or. The verdict was returned about 4 30 of clock yesterday afternoon after the jury had deliberated for Over five hours. The verdict stated a that David w. Crosset. Jr., was responsible for the Accident through negligence. He shall pay miss states $10,000 for expenses. Loss of earning Power loss and suffering and other this Case is one of several arising from an Accident on the Roosevelt Highway near Irvine on september 12, 1931. When a Small Sedan driven by miss Rena Anderson with four other Young women As passengers was said to have been forced off the Highway by Crosset s machine. In a previous Case. Miss Aida Baum another occupant of the machine was awarded $12,583.33 Warren senator says brother was fired when he defied gov. Pinchot Harrisburg dec. 21.�?intimidation of a senator by the Pinchot administration in its Effort to obtain confirmation of the governors five appointees to the Public service commission has been charged by senator Leroy e. Chapman of Warren county. The sensational accusation which included an allegation that a a substitute governor is residing in the executive office during the absence of Pinchot on account of illness was delivered on the floor of the Senate last night. Senator Chapman rising to a a question of personal privilege a declared that shortly after he had voted against the administration his brother Frank g. Chapman of Warren county was dismissed As a superintendent in the Highway department. Prompted by what he described As a a sense of delicacy a senator Chapman refrained from mentioning the name of the a substitute governor a but his colleagues understood that when he was summoned to the executive office for orders he found mrs. Pinchot seated in the chair usually occupied by her husband. Chautauqua receivership Chautauqua Institute internationally known religious and educational Center was in the hands of a a a Friendly receivership today due to setbacks caused by the depression. Reduced Gate receipts and lowered attendance at the famous school led to the receivership. It was said. A some action of this kind w As imperative in View of the Gravity of the situation and the necessity of Legal action to assure the continuance of the institution and a program for 1934,�?� president Arthur e. Bestor said. Or. Charles r. Baskin Chautauqua and Auburn e. Skinner Westfield were appointed receivers by Federal judge John Knight and authorized to Issue $100,000 receiver Bonds to maintain the institution. Agent has described As a putting Knees in the cards front instead of a front Axle each wheel will be independently supported with its own Spring arrangement to take up the Shock. The idea is that bumps will not be transmitted through the Frame to the whole Chassis. There is no doubt it will work for several european manufacturers have been using the same idea for years Bot and during his remarks also paid j High tribute to Wilson. Turner said that if Wilson does not come Back it will be because he does t want to and not because he could not be re elected. Three furnished rooms for single lady or couple. Telephone 130. A for rent furnished or unfurnished inquire at 201 East main Smethport a. House Street adv50 for Sale two sets of used double harness in Good condition. Suitable for farm m . Pringle powder co. Indeed most of our new automobile Bradford a �j4t47-5c ideas come from Europe. They had j _ four wheel brakes High Speed Small bore engines and streamline bodies Long before we did. The reason for that is that european cars Are made in Small quantities As a Rule and the makers Are free to Experiment with new engineering ideas and designs. They get enough for their cars so they can take a Chance. Hope the two most popular a talkies Quot that the american motion picture people have produced in a year Are a Little women and a three Little artistically the Best motion picture that i have seen is a Henry the eighth a an English film. Hollywood is still possessed with the idea that to be successful a picture must have More than a Trace of indecency. Yet the proof that the Public is not As sex crazy As the movie people think they Are As Many of them Are themselves is found in the Success of these three pictures. I am beginning to be hopeful about the movies. Radio. Something new something new in radio is promised soon. Nobody who listens to a great orchestra Over the radio today notice the county commissioners of the county of Mckean invite sealed proposals until one of clock p. M. Jan 8th. 1934, at their office in Smethport. Pa., for the furnishing of All supplies for the maintenance of the prisoners of the county jail and for the furnishing of All supplies for the maintenance of the inmates of the county Home for a period of one year beginning february 1st, 1934. Specifications and conditions of contract on file at commissioners office. Right to reject any and All bids is reserved. Ad3t51-l Andy Anderson w. H. Halpenny t. F. He n Gim Lle county commissioners directors of the poor attest r. Walk air. Clerk. Program planning meetings to o additional agricultural programs have been planned by the county agent and the cooperators in Turtle Point and Martindale communities As follows Turtle Point soybean variety demonstration pasture improvement demonstration and Bull association a. R. Tubbs meat cutting demonstration a. L Kirkman. Farm accounts a. R. Tubbs and John Kirkman. 4-h Straw Berry club Glenn Dillen Beck. M a Vindal White Pine Weevil control demonstration Mckean county Forest. Barley production and fertilizer demonstration Ludwig Beckman. Soybean production demonstration a a. H Field. Bull association a. B. Mckean. St. Marys girl is Prodigy As talented violinist St. Marys Gloria Mawrin St. Marysz child wonder on the violin has been filling quite a few engagements in the past ten day3. She broadcast Over the radio from new Yolk City on the 9th and on the same Day played several selections at the Wurlitzer auditorium in that City. On to Triay evening she played before the Ridgway kiwanis club and won the highest Praise from those who heard her. Gloria is a student under sister Margaret Mary of St. Josephus Convent this City and gives Promise of going far in developing the wealth of musical Talent which she possesses. Judge Lewis installed As Warden. State f. A a. A Philadelphia dec. 27�?judge Otto a Heiligman of Philadelphia was installed As grand master of Pennsylvania free and accepted masons Here today. Harold n. Rust of Wilkes Barre was advanced to the office of Deputy grand master and judge Robert a Lewis of Coudersport became senior grand Warden. The retiring grand master Benjamin Page of Pittsburgh was the installing cards or. A. R. Livermore dentist office hours 8 30 a. In. To 5 p. In. Evenings and sundays by appointment 207-208-209 Hamlin Bank building Smethport a. Open for business Ackers restaurant Bacon building main St. Smethport or. Elva Cooper optometrist eyes examined a glasses fitted satisfaction guaranteed 64 main Street Bradford a. Guy b. Mayo attorney and counsellor at Law 605 West main Street Smethport a. Notary Public Bell phone mrs. Stanley Bright Florist Smethport a. Cut Flowers Floral design and shrubbery Flowers by wire prompt service guaranteed or. C. R. Long dentist Anderson a Carlson building office hours�?9 to 12 and i to 6 Smethport a. G. E. Larson port Allegany a. Bell phone 248j Flowers for All occasions w. A. Ostrander m. D registered pharmacist Corner drug store phone 352 Smethport a. Sheriffs Sale by virtue of a w Rit of Fieri facial issued out of the court of common pleas of Mckean county Pennsylvania. And to me directed i we ill expose to Public Sale on the premises hereinafter described on thursday january 18, 1934, at 10 00 of clock a. M. The defendants interest in and to All that certain piece parcel or tract of land situate lying and being in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. County of Mckean bounded and described As follows to wet beginning at a Post in Center of knapps Creek Road the Southwest Corner of land conveyed to Ashley Packard lot no. 79 thence South 45� East one Hundred thirty five 135 perches to a Post the Southeast Corner of same thence South 45c w est fifty eight 58 perches to a Post Corner thence North 45� West one Hundred forty two 142 perches to a Post in the Center of the Road the Northeast Corner of the lands conveyed to e. Braden lot no. 154, thence by Center of Road and lands conveyed to Cyrus Strong lot no. 65 to the place of beginning. Containing fifty acres of land strict measure be the same More or less and being lot no. 162 of the allotment of Keating lands in Eldred township and part of warrant no. 2088, and being the same premises conveyed to the said Edwin j. App by Helen m. Littlefield by deed bearing Date june 19th, 1893 and recorded july 7th, 1893, in deed Book vol. 73 Page 47. Mckean county records. Improved and having situated thereon one Frame two Story House excepting and reserving the following tract of land beginning at an Iron stake in South line of Public Highway leading from Eldred to Duke Center the Northeast Corner of lands of Hubert Goodell thence South along East line of Goodell 13 rods to Iron stake thence Easterly 12 rods to Iron stake thence northerly and parallel to within 1st course 13 rods to Iron stake in South line of same 12 rods to place of beginning. Containing i acre More or less. Seized taken in execution and will be sold As the property of Edwin j. App at the suit of Mary Sherling and Susie Sterling executors for use now for use of the state Bank of Roulette. Fred t. Ludwick sheriff sheriffs Vilice Smethport Penna. December 18, 1933. Elliott a Elliott Attys. For plaintiff Advstftl-1 nurses urged to Register for new cd a program in View of the fact that a new employment program for unemployed nurses is being formulated in connection with the civil works administration All unemployed nurses Are urged to Register at the National reemployment service Bureau. An special training or experience in nursing or clerical work should be stated on the registration Blanks. The positions Are open to nurses on Relief or eligible for Relief. The positions Are in the nature of investigators and carry a fairly Good salary. Eldred v. F. Auxiliary relinquishes its charter Eldred Eagle private m. Burns auxiliary v. F. W., dropped the charter at the regular meeting held recently in their Hall in memory of mrs Mary Mccready of Duke Center whose death occurred a few weeks ago. She was a charter member and also first chaplain of the local auxiliary. favorite stories by Irwin s Cobb when the Dawn of understanding came the caller was undeniably Large. When he walked he rippled and one had the feeling that should he sit Down suddenly Heil splash. Dressed in the simple overalls of a Husbandman he wallowed into the office of a lawyer in the Foothills of the Tennessee mountains. Having Given his name and his kist office address he stated that he desired to bring suit against a neighbor for $10,000 damages on account of libel. A How did he libel you a asked the lawyer. A Well sub a stated the aggrieved party Quot he up and called me a Hippopotamus that Savut he done Connarn his picture a a when did lie Call you this name a a it a a going on two years a when did you first hear about it Quot that very said the lawyer a then Why did you Walt nearly two years to begin taking Steps to bring Salt against him a a Well Suh a stated the prospective plaintiff Quot Ontell that there Ringling Brothers circus showed is Teddy in Knoxville and i went Down fur to see it re thought All the time that he Wtiz paying me a it co Parr it both car a pro a Ooin Utoy let the car speak for itself hundreds of thousands of people now own and drive Ford v-8 cars. Some neighbor or Friend of yours has one. If we told you what we think of the car you might say we Are prejudiced so we let the car and its owner Tell you. Economy of operation is one of the first Points they will emphasize the owner will boast of it and the car will prove it. The 1934 car is even better than the 1933 a and that was our Best car up to its time. The new car is More Beautiful a faster More powerful a gives More Miles to the gallon a better Oil Economy is easier Riding cheaper to own and operate than any car we Ever built. You owe it to yourself and your pocketbook to ask our Ford dealer to let you see this car and let you drive it for yourself. At the wheel of the car you will be sure to reach a right decision. The Ford v-8 will Tell you its own Story. Newford v 8for 193 4 who knows ? insure now a done to wish for it afterwards All kinds of insurance placed in the oldest and Best companies with millions in assets to pay claims of policyholders. Let us give you details and rates. Burdick a insurance Agency phone 306-r Smethport a. Why look further for furniture our store always carries a Complete Stock of the beat banality furniture to be found anywhere. We invite comparison of our prices h. H. Sasse a furniture a undertaking main Street Smethport bargains Fok men women and children see oui splendid style assortment representing the most reputable manufacturers Anderson amp Carlson Smethport. the Democrat

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