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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 21, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page two Mckean county Democrat Smethport pa., thursday september Ai 1933 locals Bow As Behan evens county series two prisoners arrested after Kane roadhouse Holdup Are a bad men warrant to serve As detainees have been left with sheriff Fred to Lud Wick to hold Joseph Scully alias Joe Martin and Thomas Iozzio alias Smethport earned a great big Rose who Are wanted in Bergen naught As its end of the second game county new Jersey As the of the Mckean county championship kidnapping ant. Highway robbery eerie with Petty Behan s Bradford Case at Midland Park on july 18. Ail per. Team at Mccoy stadium \ the pair Are held in the county Jai. Smethport last sunday while the at Smethport. They were Arr est it Behar item trampled Over the local line after the recent attempted hold up at of defame to glean a total of eleven Longview inn a roadhouse on the earned Corea. Kane Warren Highway in which the Bradford a onslaught was As steady victims nearly beat the alleged ring As it was ii resists ble the exhibition Ader. James Dell to death. Pomin wms brutal irk Thomasulo. Who claimed to he a Lange number of fans estimated a irishman from the old Sod was at Over 1000 treated to an of. The fourth Man arrested when police Tern or n of boxing and baseball mixed found them hiding in the Woods a rather they were treated to an sex j alleged participants in the new Hibi Tion of near rioting without much Jersey affair who Are now held Infra ii elude an alleged Waxie Gordon Hench the Smethport infield was cripple Man. Or. A l. Hofspiegel a prom by the absence of shortstop English. Ment surgeon. Henry Romaine and and the loss of that Sterling player Dave Buttar. Seemed to have a most demoralizing Scully and Iozzio were traced a effect us on the entire club Means of fingerprints taken in my g Harrison crack coloured Johnson a Kean county after their arrest. It is Burg infielder who was imported to i not decided whether they will be tried a. In _ is a a. I a a a a a m ii 4 t take English a place had an off Day or was suffering from stage fright and gave a sorry exhibition until benched in the later innings. Everything went past him but the grandstand and bleachers and the rest of the Smethport players tried to make him feel right at Home with a general display of Loose playing. Those who have followed the local club through a remarkable season of sixteen straight victories without a single defeat up to last sunday were Quick to believe that a something had happened to Franks started on the Mound for Smethport and was replaced by Mccoy flashy Southpaw. Both pitchers Here first or be returned to new Jersey to face the More serious charge. Hess of week Ai i Hoose or. Raymond Morris Well known Olean resident Dies Olean sept. 19.�?funeral services for or. Raymond b. Morris Well known physician and surgeon of Olean who died saturday night at his Home on Laurens Street were held this afternoon at 2 00 of clock at the Smethport sept. 13 to 20, 1933 Home. The Rev. C. C. Shedd pastor deeds of the first methodist episcopal sept. 13�?august Anderson to Ford Church . Burial was made j. Wagner Bradford $1. In the family plot in Chestnut Hui a. J. Rapp it a1 to Francis j. But cemetery Portville Ler and wife Foster twp., $1. J or. Morris aged 48, was born in sept. 14�?t. A. Hardes and wife to i Eldred pa., on March 19, 1885. His Kenneth Tubbs Ceres $1500. Father or. J. E. Morris was then a Carl l. Jacky and wife to Chris practising physician in Eldred. His Tine Jacky Liberty twp., $1. Sept. 1&�?Oak Hill cemetery Assn. To Sarah e of Donnell Oak Hill $40. Margaret Howard it a1 to Healey Petroleum corp., Keating twp., $1. International shoe co. To Marion Chebook i. Jewett $25,000. Sept. 18�?jennie e. Barrett to Chaa. Service in the medical corps and re Mother Sarah Gillingham Morris was the daughter of a Pioneer Olean contractor and builder Charles Gillingham the Morris family moved Here in 1886. Soon after America entered the. ,. A or following is the Complete list on world War or. Morris volunteered for file at the local Post office to Date John Ducoff a Bergen county Otil j cer came to Smethport last week and questioned the prisoners at the county jail. Ducoff said that both men Are a bad one of them is charged with deliberately shooting off a Finger on tile upraised hand of a victim a Tom he a did no to the new Jersey a bad men weren to so Tough when they ran into some of Mckean county so a hard men. We. Deer proprietor of the inn beat up one of the bandits in spite of the fact that he was menaced with a pistol. Which fortunately would not disa. C. W. Masser l. J. Acker j. S. My d. Hinkson and wife Bradford twp., Cei Ved a commission of first Lieuten j a at thy j a Lindholm amp son Fay amp la. Ant. He was assigned to the Arm Mckewi Nan f. H. Nourse a Backus a. J. Rapp it a1 to Jessie m. Sny medical unit at the Harvard medical i restaurant w. A. Ostrander h. H. Der Foster twp., $1. School As an instructor in orthopaedic Redfin Eide Mishawaka Oil co., Csepany sept. 19�?James w Coit it a1. Trus surgery and later was on duty at Sev Ujj Sqq Redfield Oil co. Anderson amp tees to Margaret Coit Foster it $1. Era Camps. He went overs Abs in july car Sony j a. Karlen Grange nation Margaret Coit to James w. Coit it of 1918, remaining Unhul february rank Hamlin Bank amp Trust co., Al. Trustees Foster it i. 119. J Goshrt nuance Agency the Fry Angelo Marasco and wife to or. Morris was Active in general j company it Mccoy a drug stores 2quale Bizzaro and wife Smethport it organizations of physicians and sur a h w dlr in amp son e. O. Gaskin. R. I Gens. He was honoured by election Joseph Cattoni and wife to Leon As a fellow of the american College h. Godding and wife Bradford twp j of surgeons in 1922. He had been $1. Secretary of the Cattaraugus county new suits no. 218 oct. Term 1933�?downs furniture co. Is. John c. Looker deft it a1, attach sex. Were working Good enough but with a charge. Probably no culprit was Ever out support could not Check the Brad More pleased to see officers of the Ford hitting onslaught. Law arrive than the gent who was be Dougal local High school athletic ins literally beaten to a pulp by or. Coach finally took the Mound in the Clear and his wife last two innings and did Well to hold his opponents to one run. Hersh Lasky mighty Bradford Southpaw was again on the Mound sunday and proved to be Poison to the local batsmen. Seemingly Lasky becomes More effective every time he opposes Smethport. Sunday he was in such perfect form that Pete Behan could have called the entire Bradford club off the Field with the exception of Lasky and his Catcher and still would have won. The near riot which was a repetition of a similar outburst during the first game Between the club the pre none of the hold up victims would obey orders which was very disconcerting to the gunmen. One Man ran away and hailed a car to go for the police while another deliberately turned his Back on the pistols and raced for a Telephone in the inn. The Jersey bad men will probably give Mckean county a wide Detour from now on. P. Yerdon m. M. Linden we. Mon Heimer j. Alfred Johnson Johnson a pharmacy a. M. Anderson Kohns Market Gregory amp Gregory Crescent medical society for the past nine j electric co., f. J. Quirk g. A. Den years. Two years ago he was elected i Nln amp sons. I. E. Gabriel a. E. Peter president of the Western new Yorkison j Pickersgill Burg Chadwick. District Branch of the new York w. C. Field service station Preston no 219 Irene Makin is. Welliver i state medical society and was to have George Makin divorce. Executions no. 39 oct. Term 1933�?hugh Mcgavish is. John r. Masterson it a1, $200. No. 40 Hugh Mcgavish is. John Masterson est. Of it a1, $50. No. 41 Downs furniture co. Is. John c. Looker. $8500, alias. No. 42 Industrial service co. Trust is. George m. English it a1, $777.30. Presided at a its forthcoming annual meeting at Buffalo next month. He is survived by his father or. J. E. K. Morris his wife mrs. Mary Louise Morris one daughter Mary Louise Morris of Olean a brother. Charles d. Morris of new York and two Sisters mis. C. B. Jarvis of Utica. N. A a a and mrs. Gerald Holmes of Athens Greece. Driver of truck which killed Schoolboy is not held by Coroner s jury at an inquest held in Bradford last ceding sunday started in the sixth j thursday a. S. Hibbard of Farmers inning when Mert Mundy base urn a a a was exonerated of any blame Pire ordered Ray Colosimo Bradford or accidental death of Leo Bur first baseman to stay in his proper position on the first base coaching Gem who was instantly killed on th1 Highway opposite his Home near Cole line. Colosimo attacked Mundy who v Lee wednesday afternoon of last was taking care of himself in perfect week when struck by or. competent fashion when a crowd i truck. Of rooters for both club sur ged onto i Corona d. All no a jury which the Field. This outburst was Bai Cly exonerated or. I Vibbard was Corn quelled when de Keane one armed 1 pred Oft a Bovee. Foreman George Bradford Marvel struck Art Mcder-1 limit. C. Good j. V. Cooper j Mott of a1 first baseman and again i Mitchell and a. W. Klinger All of the crowd milled on the Diamond. Bradford. Order was restored without any i funeral services for victim general Exchange of violence and the i funeral services for Leo Burgess runs was resumed. I a kid 12, were held at the Home of ilk Bradford a Victory sunday makes and mrs. Cecil Burgess the three game championship series Flat saturday afternoon at 2 00 even Steven to Date. A clock. Lev h. Vav. Haskins of Brad Smethport won the first game by a i officiated. A Core of 4-2. I pallbearers were James Baker. The locals will put Forth strenuous i re nne a Sprester Harold Burgess Highway patrolmen moved a general Transfer of state Highway patrolmen in this Section took place on monday in line with the policy of continually providing new men Forth various sub stations. Patrolman John Eagan was transferred from Warren to Dubois As was patrolman l. O. Grigsby who had been stationed at Bellefonte. Patrolman u f. English of Ridgway was sent to Phillipsburg while patrolman p e. Winger of the latter town came to Ridgway. Patrolman j. R. Juba was sent from Ridgway to Bellefonte and patrolman a Kanishak of Bellefonte took Juba a place at Ridgway. Bernard l. E. Munn d. M. Matthews John h. Larson a Penn store Holmes amp Gilfillan h. Sasse l. C. Mcmarrow spechts insurance Agency Mckean county Democrat. Mckean county Miner Charles Infantino Atlantic refining co., Frank Tessena. Smethport garage co., Norman lumber co., r l. Abbey Backus Novelty co. Edgar Vav. Strong. D. M. Brasted Eastman insurance Agency Eastman tree farm Quaker Grill Smethport water co., Marsh bros., d. L. Mccauley Vav. Vav. Barnum j. F. Hewitt grand Union Tea co. J. F. Hewitt Standard electric co., St. Luke a Church Mckean county Creamery. Fay St or Mclernan garage Vav. H. Owens amp son s. H elder St co., Heath billiard room j. E. Mundy. Headquarters for Complete line of Shaeffer Fountain pens. I William f. Specht Agency general insurance Edna b Specht main , a. for a Emorry great increase in business noted on Shawmut r. R. A marked increase in business of the Shawmut Railroad passing through Smethport has been noticed recently. The Shawmut is primarily a soft Coal hauling route freight trains running northbound loaded and South-1 a a Ladva beamy parlor bound empty with the exception of j Light freight. Until recently there were Only two trains a week but now big doubleheader freights Are running through town on an average of one a Day. The Shawmut is transporting Coal toward Buffalo at the present time. At Buffalo the Coal is being loaded on Lake boats and transported by water to Toronto Canada. Childrens jumpers blouses i is advertise in the Democrat East end Era members g c Douglass amp son. Nor wich chemical co. East Side garage. Fie Petruzzi for rent sleeping rooms for rent. Directly across from Post office upstairs. Inquire of mrs. T. H. Purtle. Adv3t35-37 efforts to wipe out the sting of last sunday defeat in the third and deciding paint of the series at Mccoy Glenn Mcguire Calvin Mcguire. Richard Ludwig Gale Bott and Howard Moore. Honorary bearers were stadium next sunday. Playing in i Charles Swatsler Glenn Swather. Altheim regular form they should be Moore Robert Smith Carl Holmes. To in r his i Franz Slocum Francis Johnston and the Box score follows speeder Smethport a r h to a. _w8f made in the family plot h. Johnson of is. 4 0 0 0 i 0 1 in Oak pull cemetery Bradford. Mcdermott la. 2 Petruzzi. 2b4 Hockenberry of. 4 h. Peeler c4 Harrison is. 3 Haas of Franco if j Franks Mccoy p2 0 0 i 0 0 Jenkin. I 0 0 0 0 0 Dougal. P0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 8 Oil 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 4 0 0 .0 1 0 0 3 Elm disease threatens favorite Shade Trees if your favorite Elm tree shows any signs of premature wilting of the leaves at once the Puou o a it it it Pennsylvania department of a tical so. I a a it a n o lure pathologic explain that this i tvs Kab the fir fat of Nimr ii Cronl of Tho dust totals 30 0 2 24 8 4 a a batted for Mccoy in 8th. Bradford a r h to a e William is 4 2 2 0 0 i Price of .4 2 3 i 0 0 Killen 2b 4 0 0 3 i 0 Brown la. 5 0 i 8 0 0 b. Keane of. 5 i 3 0 0 0 suss of. 2 2 i 2 0 i b. Roger son 3b5 2 4 3 7 0 shorten c5 0 i 9 0 0 the first danger signal of the dutch Elm disease which has been discovered in serious epidemic form in new Jersey and which has also been reported from Ohio. The proper procedure in reporting a suspicious Case is to Cut a Twig the size of a Lead Pencil or slightly larger and approximately eight inches Long from the tree you believe to be infected and Send it to a w. Lauer. But eau of Plant Industry Harrisburg. A. Pathologists advise watching especially for Ary wilting of the leaves which curl up. Become dry and Crisp to a a 1 1 9 n while still Green and drop premature la by p5 2 1 1 2 i by. This Witting is accompanies by Brown streaks in the sapwood. They totals. 39 la 16 27 to 2 score by innings Smethport too too oooo 0 Bradford. 140 212 of Lxi la two base hits a. Rogerson 2 Price and Williams hits off Franks. 3 in i and 1-3 off a Coy la in 6 and 2-3 off Dougal 2 in i. Struck explain that other diseases of the Elm May cause similar symptoms and therefore the Only positive Way to identify the dutch Elm disease is through microscopic examination of a Laboratory culture of the fungus. If Penn Sylvania Elm Trees Aie to he saved from the same Fate of the cd Peanut Trent which Weir de Lasky 8. Base on balls on Franks ,.a. ,. I. Ait Nav pm stroked by an epidemic of Chestnut w. A suit Brown. Hit by Pitcher by Mccoy i Suri by Lasky i Mcdermott. Balk a Mccoy. Losing Pitcher a Franks. Umpires Maybury Bradford and Mundy Smethport. Ser Baptist Church notes John w. Kennedy minister sunday services sunday school at 10 00 a in. A Church service at 11 00 a. Mon a an Angelus Christian Endeavor at 6 30 p. In. Organ recital at 7 15 p. In. Miss Kathryn Mundy organist. Church service at 7 30 p. In. Sermon a the Miracle of the prayer on wednesday at 7 45 p. In. Study. A eternal Friday prayer at Backus 7 45 p. M. Study a the song of the judges son convicted attorney Max Schoonmaker son of Federal judge f. P. Schoonmaker of Brad fora was convicted of aggravated. Van la. At this time. Elation is needed of every Public institution municipality Park commissioner. Nursery tree Lover an i private resident who is interested in Elm Trees for Shade and ornamental purposes. A number of suspicious specimens have been examined but up to the present time no infection has been found in this state. The infection in new Jersey entering at East Orange has spread Over a Large area the combined forces of interested organizations in new Jersey in cooperation with the Federal government Are waging an intensive Campaign to eradicate the disease before it spreads to other parts of the country. With the disease threatening the state from Ohio and new Jersey it is suggested that interested persons be on the Alert and watchful for any signs or outbreaks of the disease. According to reports the disease had been present in new Jersey for several years before it was located and it is not unreasonable to suppose that it May even be present in Pennsyl shirts and sweaters two piece knit suits at $2.98 and $3.98 to in sweaters at 5 $2.50 and $2.98 i. E. Gabriel la dress and gift shop of i main St. Smethport a a for fall Brand new Stock of wearing apparel everything for men and boys awaits your inspection hats suits you must see them topcoats raincoats overcoats shoes and rubbers come in and look Mem Over we will be pleased to show you our new fall goods with no obligation to buy. H. Vav. Rubin amp son Smethport. A. Everything for men and boys to Wear store closed today and tomorrow. Friday. On account of a Holiday next to a Amel a Iliev Rolet trives most Miles per gallon a Chevrolet f no argument about the Camel. When it comes to Miles per gallon there a nothing in All the Gobi desert or Sahara assault and Battery in Cambria county court last week. The charges resulted from an automobile Accident. Subscribe for Democrat or anywhere else that can beat him. No argument about Chevrolet either. Its the most economical form of full size transportation on wheels. You can travel a Long Long Way in a Chevrolet six without a single Stop for Gas or Oil. In fact you can get More Miles out of a gallon of Gas in a Chevrolet than you can get in any other full size car. The Best proof of this is the Way Chevrolet is being preferred by leading National business firms. These firms know their mileage figures. And today Chevrolet is their first Choice by an overwhelming count. Chevrolet is also first Choice of the american Public by the widest margin in history. Chevrolet motor company Detroit Michigan expert pressing 5gc j. A. Karlen custom tailor Smethport a. All prices f. O. B. Flint. Mich. Special equipment extra. Low delivered Price and Eaty c. Ai. A. C. Terma. A Genera motor value. When sending in specimens state officials request that the name of the person taking the specimen the Date it was collected and where the tree is located be plainly indicated. 445 to 565 a y p a i is Firma n Hara of i n i Utt uti a a a Vij East main Street Smethport a. Plumbing and supplies e. W. Strong phone 273j

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