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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 13, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page three Mckean county Democrat Smethport pa., thursday. July 13, 1933 business of week Al ii Smethport july 5 to 12, 1933 deeds july 5�?socrates Tsepelis and wife to producers Bank amp Trust co., Bradford $1. Ross Skaggs and wife to Dorothy Healy Foster twp., $1. Dorothy Healy to Ross Skaggs and wife Foster twp., $1. Flora w. Long line it a1 to Herbert c. Horst Foster to p., $1. Emah Simar to Chester f. Simar Liberty twp., $1. Hunter Oil corp. To Kathryn Hawley Rapp it a1, Bradford twp$1. Kathryn Hawley Rapp it a1 to Healy Petroleum corp., Bradford twp., $1. July 6�?Bradford housing corporation to James e. Gallagher and wife Bradford $1. James Fordy Wagner to Eugenia Swartout Bradford twp., $1. Charles n. Shreiber and wife to c Hand. Foster twp., $1. July 7�?Charles f. Hudson and wife to Emil j. Kraut and wife. Bradford twp., $1. Max e. Hanu Naun and wife to Ida Rabold Wetmore twp., $1, july 8�?mary Toole to Eugene r Toole Ceres $1. July Ion Orlo Burrows to Ray Spencer Liberty twp., $1200. J. W. Bird and wife to Art Keister Foster twp., $305. Minnie Barnes Koerner and husband to Earl Dickinson and w Ife Hazelhurst $1. Agreement july to a Lawrence g. Dana and wife to Milton l. Dana. Trustee Foster it $100,000. New suits no. 73 oct. Term 1933�?harry Goodman is. F. W. Newman Replevin. No. 74 Leo a. Vollmer it a1 is. F j. Woods exr. Etc., Assum sit. Executions no. 19 oct. Term 1933�?ulf Bros. Is. A. W. Anderson est. Of it a1. $1319.33. Alias. No. 20 Robert e. Murrin is. John c. Looker $2500 no. 21 Kane Trust amp savings co. Is. Emle Stenger adm. Etc., $1255.41 alias. For Sale folding Hay Rake horse Rake and Hay Tedder. All in Good condition. Lex l. Herzog adult subscribe for Democrat income of Farmers in state drops 50 per cent. Harrisburg july 12.�?preliminary estimates showing the total Cash return from farm production in the various counties of the state during 1932, have been announced by the Pennsylvania department of agriculture. This income amounting to $156,768,000, represents a 50 per cent reduction from the 1929 total. These estimates show that $17,956,-000 or 11.5 per cent of the 1932 income came from the Sale of Field crops which include in order of a a Cash importance potatoes Hay. Wheat tobacco Corn Oats buckwheat Clove seed. Rye Barley and Timothy seed. Fruits contributed $7,334,000 or 4.7 per cent to the total with apples leading followed by peaches strawberries Small fruits grapes cherries pears and plums. Greenhouses gardens and nurseries ranking As named provided Cash income amounting to $14,215,000. The Sale of Forest products which include Timber Maple syrup and Maple sugar brought in Cash approximately $1,419,000. The largest proportion of the Cash income in 1932 came from the Sale of Dairy products including Dairy cattle and veal calves. The total was $77,474,700, almost As much As from All other products combined. The Sale of chickens and eggs provided a Revenue of $28,620,000. Other livestock and livestock products. Including beef cattle hogs sheep and lambs. Wool and Honey accounted for $9,749,300 or 6.2 per cent of the 1932 total. Cash income obviously does not Tell the Complete Story because it does not show the contribution of each class of products to living needs of the farm Home and to further production on the farm where produced officials of the department explain. Thus Field crops in addition to their Cash income contributed $54156,000 As food feed seeds Etc. Fruits $1.-748,000 gardens nurseries and greenhouses $6,634,000 forests and woodlots. $2,220,000 deity cattle. $12,130-300 chickens. $8,211,000 and beef cattle Swine sheep horses mules and bees. $3,730,700. Lancaster Chester York. Bucks Berks Montgomery Bradford. Erie Crawford and Allegheny in the order named w Ere the ten leading counties in 1932 agricultural income. Philadelphia with 86 per cent of its farm Cash coming from gardens nurseries and greenhouses is the most specialized of any county. Susquehanna is a close second with 74 per cent of its income realized from the Sale of Dairy products. Lancaster and York Are probably the two leading counties in diversity of farm income. _ bib tourist Traelic on Roosevelt route Scranton pa., july 12.�?westward tourist traffic bound for the Colorado Rockies Over u. S. 6 Roosevelt Highway the new direct Boston to Denver motor traffic Way indicates at this Date an unprecedented travel to the mountains As Well As a season record for East West a Highway travel. While july and August have usually been the heaviest tourist months for the Rockies data now available i shows that the latter part of May and the month of june this year tended to even up title flow Over the whole summer according to figures supplied today by Raymond b. Gibbs of Scranton a director of the Highway association. Report received by or Gibbs from tourist authorities in Denver and Colorado Springs Point to a Banner year for the Rockies. Tourist traffic there is facilitated he pointed out by the fact that the most attractive spots Are close to Denver the Highway terminus. At Tihe very Gates of the City Are the famous Denver Parks stretching from Golden up Over the Bluffs of Lookout Mountain and the Tomb of Buffalo Bill up and Down Scenic big Bear Canyon and its ghost mining cities and on up the slopes of mount Evans one of the loftiest peaks of the Rockies. A motor trip Northwest along the amazing big Thompson and St. Vrain canyons brings the tourist to Rocky Mountain National Park where a tour Westward to magical grand Lake takes the Motorist Over the Backbone of the american continent As he Scales the Continental Divide at Berthoud or Milner pass. Directly South of Denver is Lovely Colorado Springs w Ith pikes Peak the Garden of the gods and Cheyenne Mountain at its Gates. All information received also shows heavy use of this Scenic and Wrell paved route by visitors to Chicago a great Century of Progress exposition. A Supply of handsome coloured map folders showing in detail the route of u. S. 6 Roosevelt Highway is now available for free distribution. Tourist bureaus motor clubs hotels Oil companies and individual tourists May obtain them by writing to Raymond b. Gibbs. Scranton pa., stating the number desired. Public service commission representative to explain Law regulating trucks a representative of Tfaye Pennsylvania Public service commission will be at the Potter county court House Coudersport on wednesday july 19, from 9.00 a. In. To 5 00 Rn., to explain the Law and procedure concern Bradford july Henry ing applications for certificates of Dennis aged 80, one of Bradford a Public convenience authorizing trans-1 most prominent residents a Man por tation of property by truck. All persons engaged in the trucking business or having any interest in the subject Are invited to be present. After explaining what parties Are affected by the statute the commission representative will answer any questions on the subject from identified literally with the building up of the City of Bradford died monday morning at 5 15 o clock at his Home 158 Kennedy Street after an illness of Many years. Bom in England october 6, 1852, the son of or. And mrs. James Dennis. was apprenticed to learn the persons who Are present and will As Carpenter Trade. In 1872 he came to Sist in preparing applications for those persons who desire to apply for certificates of Public convenience authorizing trucking service. The Public service company Law enacted in 1913 provides that no person or corporation has the right to begin intrastate transportation of the United states and settled in Pennsylvania locating in Carbondale Lackawanna county. Here he continued in the carpentry business. In 1876 in Carbondale or. Dennis entered into partnership with Isaac s. Jones. The following year the firm of Jones and Dennis contractors and Man fights Bear in Park Bradford sunday was a Battle in the Allegany state Park Friday a tight Between Frank Watters an Oil worker who lives Down Limestone Way and a great big Bear. Watters was returning to his Homo through the Park on a Back Road when he encountered the Bear which he stated weighed Over 300 pounds. With clubs and stones he managed to Ward off the snarling animal for a time and then took it on the where the Bear finally stopped Tho Chase the Oil worker did t know. never looked behind. This May be the same Bruin that is supposed to have roamed into Bradford not Long since and attacked a horse on interstate Parkway biting it so severely that it had to to killed. Property As a common Carrier in builders moved to Bradford where Pennsylvania unless and until he has Charles 8. Booth was added to the secured a certificate of Public con firm. Vengence evidencing the approval of the Public service commission. Many in 1886 or. Jones withdrew from the Ami and Dennis and Booth in and Crosley Shel Vador $89,50 installed the Shel Vadore Marks the greatest development in electric refrigeration since the invention of this great Home necessity. In addition to utmost convenience Many important savings Are made possible by the Shel Vadore. Food can be placed in or removed from the refrigerator without disarranging the entire contents of a shelf. Consequently the door is left open for Only a moment and very Little warm Kitchen air enters the refrigerator. This saves electric current. More food can also be stored in a smaller size refrigerator. Thus refrigeration space and floor space Are economize. Foods such As tomatoes peaches Etc., which Are often bruised by other articles crowding against them on the refrigerator shelves Are protected in the compartments of the Shel Vador. The advantages offered by the Shel Vadore Are so numerous that no housewife will want to be without this exclusive Crosley feature. In fact no refrigerator without the Shel Vadore can possibly be called completely modern. Not Only does Crosley offer you the exclusive Shel Vadore. But also every other feature and advantage an electric refrigerator should possess. Crosley electric refrigerators Are just As dependable As they Are modern. The units Are made with the utmost precision and accuracy assuring smooth flawless operation and Long life. Cabinets Are beautifully proportioned and present an unusually attractive appearance. Prices quoted include delivery installation and one year s free service. These new Crosley electric refrigerators offer much More for every Dollar you spend. Price alone would make Crosley electric refrigerators the mo3t unusual values in refrigeration history. But with the exclusive Shel Vadore. Crosley offers you advantages that no other refrigerator can possibly possess no matter How much higher priced. For those who desire a More costly machine the Westinghouse dual control line Forrest h. Nourse electrical and plumbing co. Smethport a. M. J. Burns. Bradford. Alderman passes away Bradford july Llu Matthew j Burns. 67, aldermen of the fifth Ward Well known and highly respected resident Here died last night at 6 00 of clock at his Home 87 South Hillside Avenue. Or Burns was born in Falls Creek pa., near Towanda july 21. 1867. came to this City 42 years and started working for the Erie Railroad after suffering the amputation of an Arm in an Accident or. Bums was appointed train master a clerk in 1910 and held that position until 1929, when he was forced to retire on account of poor health. was elected Alderman in the fall of 1929 or. Burns was Well known through out the Section and enjoyed a wide j Circle of friends. was very Active in fraternal organizations Here and had been a member of the a. O. H., the knights of Columbus. Modern Woodmen of America the Royal neighbors of America and the Erie railroads veterans associating he was a member of St. Bernard a Catholic Church. Surviving Are his wife one son. James Burns of Bradford two daughters. Sister St. Monica of St. Marys of the Woods ind., and miss Anna Burns at Home two Sisters mrs John Guthrie and mrs. Re forge Summers both of Pittsburgh three Brothers. James j. Bums of los Angeles. Calif., Patrick s. Burns of i Dubocs and John Burns of Pittsburgh. Persons have begun such service with Dlton to the building business engage out having first secured the required 1 cd in the production of Oil purchasing approval. The commission is Recelv-1 some valuable lands in Foster town ing applications from such carriers i ship who have begun the business without or Booth withdrew from the firm the required approval. In 1890 and or. Dennis reorganized Tihe firm and became president and asks motorists to Check general manager of the tuna Manu official inspection stations far Turing company now one of the Harrisburg july 12.�?motorists who largest building and planing Mills and have evidence of irregular practices retail lumber concerns in this Section by any official inspection station were or Dennis was Active in establish a asked today by Secretary Leon d ing the Bradford Baptist Church and j Metzgar to report such cases to the the Bradford y. M c. A. was department of Revenue. By doing i the retired vice president of the j so they will be furthering the cause Bradford rotary club and also a for of Highway safety for themselves and or president of the Bradford Board others he said. J of Commerce. Or. Dennis was a the Bureau of Highway patrol and member of the Board of the Carnegie safety is making every Effort to com Public Library at the time of his Pel honest and efficient inspections. I death and was one of the original Secretary Metzger stated it will con j stockholders of the Bradford temper Tine to closely supervise the service i Anco Reading room association the stations and garages working under forerunner of the Library. The department s appointment he _ added. The present inspection period ends september 30. Swedish Mission Church during the first inspection period q. Molinder. Pastor this year 149 stations were suspended week Day services for various cause. Suspension seems wednesday 7 30 In. Mid week to be the Only effective Way to impress devotional. Young people since you station owner with the importance of have no meetings during the summer i complying with regulations Metzger months done to forget our prayer Are j said j vices. Friday july 14 the vacation Bible j three Man staff to coach athletics at Kane High Kane july three Man coaching staff will handle athletic squads next year at Kane High school. The Kane coaches named Are Paul e. Montgomery of Westminster and former Falls Creek High school Mentor Eugene Martin Columbia and Willis Pratt assistant coach Here for several years under Harold Stackhouse retiring Mentor. Bicycles must have lights Harrisburg july 12.�?the division of safety of the department of Revenue today reminded bicycle riders of the Laws requirements covering lighting equipment bicycles Ridden on streets or High ways at night must be equipped with a lighted lamp on the front. The Light must be visible under Normal atmospheric conditions from at least 200 feet in front of the bicycle. A reflex Mirror or lamp reflecting a red Light must be carried on the rear. It must be visible from a distance of at least 200 feet. Kane lady elected treas. National c. D. Of a. Miss Frances Maher of Kane was elected National treasurer of the Catholic daughters of America at the school picnic at a the Island at 10 00 a. In. Sunday services sunday school at to of a. In. The Union evening service will be convention in Colorado Springs. Col. Heid at the Baptist Church with Rev. Howard Spangler As tile speaker. The singing will be furnished by the Teeth year As state Regent of the friends of the Baptist Church. The Pennsylvania c. D. Of a. Time of the service is 7 30 p in. Last w Eek. Miss Mailer is serving her seven auditors notice in the matter of the estate of r h. Almony late of Keating Townsin. Mckean county. Deceased the undersigned having been appointed auditor by the orphans court of Mckean county to distribute the funds of the above estate will attend to the duties of this appointment at room 202, Hamlin Bank building Smethport Mckean county Pennsylvania on Friday August 4, 1933, at 10 00 a. In All persons having claim against the said estate May present same at said time and place. Robert b Apple auditor a iv.it28-80 for Sale or rent Beautiful residence for rent. Furnished or for Sale reasonable. Inquire at 17 Rose Hill ave. A spa v in j �4m is not enough safety Glass for school buses is new regulation Harrisburg july 12.�?after january i 1934, motor vehicles used to transport school children or paying passengers must be equipped with safety Glass in the doors windows and windshields. The Law affects Only this Type of vehicle manufactured or assembled after january i. All other motor vehicles manufactured or assembled after january i 1935. Must be equipped with safety Glass in the doors windows and windshields. The new Law does not affect motor vehicles now titled in Pennsylvania director h Richard shekel of the Bureau of motor vehicles explained today. Such vehicles will not be required to conform to the safety Glass requirements. Watch stolen from car e. W. Hoover employed As jeweler by the Friedman store parked his car on Webster Street in Bradford for a Short time last Friday night but unfortunately left a Many a w Rist we atch in the machine during his absence. When he returned to the car the watch was gone the w Rist watch belonged to a customer and or. Hoover was taking it to the store for repairs. reported the theft to the police with a description of the w atch which was valued at $50. Ai Ai prominent Olean lady Dies mrs. Mary Wichert Scheiterle of Olean died at her Home last Friday night after an illness of but a few i hours. Mrs. Scheiterle. Wife of Charles Scheiterle and Mother of Otto Suhrit Erle former w cell known Newspaperman and now Deputy sheriff of Cattaraugus county was born in Titusville Aon october 6. 1864. A Nettlie Strong enough nor Safe enough nor quiet enough for the body of a Quality car like Chevrolet Why is it that every 12-Cylinder and 16-Cylinder car in America has bodies of steel reinforced by Hardwood Why is it that every make of car Selling for Over $4000 uses bodies of exactly the same Type Why for the same reason that Chevrolet uses it exclusively. Because every test and every Experiment has definitely proved steel alone is not enough the trouble with steel alone is that it stands just so much Shock and punishment i steel alone is also inclined to rumble and rattle. But when you put the two together a heavy staunch steel body Over Tough solid Hardwood then the Hardwood reinforces the steel and vice versa and the result the strongest safest Type of body such As Fisher builds for Chevrolet. Chevrolet motor company Detroit Michigan $445 to $565 a Price f. O. 6. Flint much. Special equipment extra. Low delivered Price end Ebay o. Of. A. C. Terma. A general motor value. % i j it fit i $ sri by a lit a a i \ i 4 f ? i Vrh i if for better results try the a Democrat for advertising. Several Fine boys bands in this Section of state Wellsboro boys band of 120 members is the largest organization of its kind in Pennsylvania. L. O. Woodin is its director. Galeton has had a Fine band of Young men for several years. Coudersport is soon to i Avo such an organization. Subscribe for Democrat Fay amp Mckeirnan garage a be m warn a in my m warm wow a i Wnm lab i main a i . I Smethport a m run

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