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- GLEAN TIMES -^HERALD. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. PAQK Horse Show Opens Today At Smethport Report Large Entry List For County Fair Feature ' Attendance Record Set By CrWd Of 10,000 . Labor Day; Sham Battie Scheduled For Closing Program Thursday. SMETHPORT--Today ,'l» the ' fint day of the horse show at the McKean County Fair and more than thirty entries from McKean County Court Notes DEEM AJax Oil Co. to B. Edward Arnold. Bradford Township, one dollar. ' Fred C. Danlelson to Philip J. Johnson and wife. Port Allegany, J1250. . Celestine Plunkett and husband Bradford, Ludlow, Port Allegany, Warren and Buffalo were sched- ,, _ . . , _ uled to take part. Dr. Otis Case " S. H. Crowley and wife. Annln of, Buffalo w« named judge of Township, one dollar. , the hunters and Harry Holqulst of Jamestown judge of the saddle horses. '. · Tonight at seven-thirty o'clock a; drill will be presented in front of the frandstand by the members of the Kane Rescue Hose : company. The high diving act will be presented at nine o'clock fol- Jowed by the Dobas family, turn- 1 jblers: ' Tuesday was Children's Day and a horde of McUean County school ' children descended upon the fair grounds, swelling the attendance ; to approximately 5,000 ' persons. · This figure, fair officials announced, was far In advance of ;last year's second day gate. ' Record Set Monday ',. The Labor Day crowd of 10.000 was adjudged to be the larg- "til t.i-r 'illi»tt«S lu tiie fair in · Its thirty-one years of activity. Winners in the draught horse pulling, contest, which attracted - considerable interest, were as follows: . Frank Ncnno of Knapps Creek, heavyweight class, for teams . weighing over 3,250 pounds. Ed McHwee" of Port Allegany, lightweight class, for teams under 3,250 pounds. Children from Bradford. Smeth. port and Port Allegany applied themselves diligently In. the Junior Olympics events Tuesday afternoon, a good-sized crowd witnessing the program. Eddie Baker of Srr.etbport presented vocal solos in the band concert at the fair Tuesday night. He will sing again this evening, it was announced. In the fair's finale Thursday evening, at least four musical units will take part, with tional Guards from Bradford. Kane and Clean presenting a sham battle. The musical groups are the Ben Hur, Junior Drum corps and the LL John C, Roche Post t Drum Corpt .'of''Bradford and - groups trom -Port Allegany and! McConnell. Otto Township. SL Mary*. Major Joseph R. Car-1 dollar. vollh. commander of the Third | Annie aark Archer and Walter W. Slike and wife to James U. Fraser. Otto Township, (200. James M. Fraaer to M. Elizabeth Fraser. Otto Township. J1500. Miles I Wagner and wife to Floyd K. Nelson and wife, Bradford Township, one dollar. First National Bank. Port Allegany to Ethel C. Taylor et si. Port Allegany. $500. Treasurer George Sutton' to Chas. H. Wood, Eldred Township. S6.5. Lawrence Hedderi and wife to Lowell E. Oakes and wife, Mt. Jewett. one dollar. McKean Co. Bldg. Ic Loan Assn to Bernard W. Michalski and wife, Bradford Township. $2800. Holmes t Gilfillan to Bernard A. Bull Pm'thport, on» dollar. Naomi English Horton to Fred F. Middlebrough et aL Foster Township, one dollar. Leon C Ford to Catherine Relter. Eldred Township, one-dollar. Lillian M. Hale to Frank J. Hart and wife. Kane, one dollar. Corars- McKe»n Co. to E. A. Williams, Otto Township, one dollar. Knoxvilfe Dorothy Rarick bM returned 'rom toe Blotsburg Hospital, where she underwent am operation several weeks ago. - Mr. sod Mr*. Loren Clark attended s birthday gathering for Mr. Clark's slater, Mn. William Taylor, of Shortsville, Pa, Tuesday evening. · . Mr. and Mrs. Milton Williams of Rome. N. Y., visited the bitter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sheen, and attended the wedding of Mrs. Williams' brother, Don aid Sheen, at Elkland. Monday. T. J. Downs Rites Set For Friday Former Mount Jew ett Resident Died Tuesday After Heart Attack. BRADFORD -- Thomas J. Eldred Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cawley. Miss Rosamond Cawley and Miss June Cavity motored to Indiana, Pa, Tuesday where June Can-ley will enter Indlajia Normal School Mrs. VV. VV. Parmeler and eon Mark and daughters Mary an^ Catherine motored to Syracuse Sunday where Catherine has enrolled In the Simmon* School of embalming. Downs. , seventy-three, former resident of Mount Jewett and well known Scientific Forestry Theme Of Convention EAGLES .MERE -- Legislation providing scientific forestry for flood control will be recommended to the fiftieth anniversary convention of the Pennsylvania Forestry Association here. Sept. 9 to 11. The loss of life and property in the March floods would nave been much less severe if our state and federal authorities bad listen- T* vey and Johnny Beckley are at-j railroad man. who |, J,,..,., , K . W estbrook Business 1 Philadelphia, presi- Mr. and Mr*. Frank VanBell, children Dorothy and Donald, of Binghamton, and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Houghton, and son Duane. of Schenectady. visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stewart and son Richard. This was the first meeting of Mrs. Stewart and her brother. Mr. Hougbton. in seventeen years. Mrs. Florence Decker and Miss Avis Decker, who have spent the past two months with Mrs. Reba Rarick. have gone to Smethport to remala for a time. died Tuesday, will be buried Fri- j ',,,"_,, ,,, o ,.,,, .,.,,;,.. c -.-~i I dent of the organization said. .*.« t« u. u.mBr.4 f»m»l»rv_ 1 hi. .'~--· *~-j ·*- ..--, ........ * ·"Viifiir* n*vi»r intended wl day in St. Bernard Cemelery. Ine funeral service will be conducted at eight thirty o'clock at the Tuesday. MUs Jeanette Hennigan entered "Nature never intended whole- rale clearing of forests. Man's Taylor, r" IT irr,!* PitMNB|h;1 mtmbtr ·* U lion. .OMittaaMa; Dr.- aVu of the Board of Game Commissioners. Jenkintown; .W. J. B. Winters, deputy secretary of forests and waters; Seth B. Gordon, executive secretary of the Board of Game Commissioners; Orson N. RiUman. executive secretary of j the Scenic and Historic Commis- j sion. Ellwood B. Chapman, president of the Pennsylvania Parks Association. Swarthmore; Maj. Frank W. Melvin. Philadelphia; Maj. Gordon Durrauce. member ol me EL Dengler, president «* vanla State College: T. B. Johnstown, and L. S. Cnm, supervisor. Warren. lust for wealth in promotion of -- TM Forest Commission. Philadelphia: J. Ambrofe Mulligan, superintend- home, 63 Belleview Avenue, and lhf Nure . s Training Course at the lumber sales and governmental a half hour later at St. Bernard r,_j for !i" Hosuital Tuesday. I economy In failure to prevent for. Church. Mr. Downs suffered a heart attack while cutting grass at the rear of his home Tuesday morn- Ing, and succumbed before he could be taken into the bouse. Exactly a week before ftis death, Mr. Downs moved here from ML Jewett, where- he had lived for forty-two years. Born in County Clare. Ireland. June 2t. 1863. he came to th!« | Bradford Hospital Tuesday. M!sa Regina Phalon of Akron. Ohio returned home - Tuesday after spending several weeks with friends and relatives here. , ;y In failure to prevent e-st fires combine to cause the lost of millions of trees each year." Mattoon said the convention would discuss plans for the restoration of lost tree growth and the cultivation of a public apprecia- f°r Among those who attended the Labor Day sen-ices at the Gospel Tabernacle at Myrtle. Pa, were went to ML Jewett to reiide. For the Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Moon, thirty-eight years he was employ- Miss Hannah Middleton, Paul i ed as a section foreman at Mt. Moon Aithur.Ktrtland. Bert New- Jewett first by the Buffalo. Rochester and Pittsburgh railway man and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. A. Williams and wife to Case Poraeroy Co. Inc, Otto Township, one .dollar. Comrs. McKean Co. to E. A. country In 18S6. living in Brad-1 j] r . and Mrs. Norman Blaske, Mr. . years until he and jirs. Ellsworth Llewelyn. Miss Rita Loftus and Robert Llewelyn spent Sunday and Monday at Buffalo. Niagara Falls and Crystal Beach. ;ir». L*cr WrrrMI '"^ '" n Kent and daughter Marilyn of Lock Miss Jane Bundy of New York J Uon of tbt ^, ue 0 , p enn9 yi van ia City is spending the werk with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bundy. Mr .and Mrs. Richard Frampton. «nd later by th» Baltimore *rv! j Ohio, after change of ownership. Mr. and Mrs. A- J. Rockwell of j He was retired on a pension four E. Parker and daughter. Miss Lena Parker of Elmlra, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edgcomb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Waltman have returned to their home in Monroeton. Pa., after spending two weeks with their son, Orrie Waltman. and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. VanGorder, Williams and wife. Otto Town- i Mrs. Alphana Bogart and Miss ' Grand Rapids. Michigan. Mr. G. | '*" »S°- E. Parker and daughter. Miss! Mr. Downs had many friends. here and in ML JewetL He ship, S4.81. j Regina Bogart, held a picnic din- E. A- Williams and wife to Case ner at Harrison State Park, Mon- Pomeroy 4 Co. Inc., Otto Township. 12000. Same to Same. Otto Township, one dollar. Olive B. Holmes et al to Earl J. Coulter. Ml- Jewett. SSOO. day. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edgcomb. Miss Helen Edgcomb and Robert Edgcomb were in Elmlra Tuesday. was a member of the SL Bernard Church, th.'s city, and a member of the Maintenance of Way lodge, a railroad organization. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Bridget Downs; a daughter, Miss Mary Downs, teacher In the Bradford Junior High school; a | son, John P. Downs, operator of j a furniture' store here; a grand-; son. Robert Downs of this city; [ a slste^ Mrs. P. J. Coffey o f ' William T. et , fJ « to Leo 112lh Infantry, will direct the military maneuvers. Dittman and wife. Otto Township, 1324. Devonian Oil Co. to Abram Oliver, Keating Township. $13-80, A. P. McCorinell Surv._Part., to Forest D. Dom et al. Otto Township, one dollar, i: . bus- Elmin tute. port are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bundy. Miss Jane Shopland returned home Monday evening from Buffalo where she has been visiting Mr and Mrs. J. M. Steinhauser for several days. She attended the Tillman family reunion at Waverly, N. Y, Monday. forests. U. S. Senators Joseph Guffey and James J. Davis, and Robert Rechnor, national director of Civilian Conservation C o r p s camps, will be speakers on the three-day program of the session. Representative* Named A group of twenty-two persons has been appointed by Gov. George H. Earle to represent the Membera of the group include: MaJ. Nicholas Biddle, president Commission. Erie. Vance'C. McCormlck. Dr. Arthur E. Brown, Dr. J. Horace Me. Farland and Anne McCormlck. all of Harrisburg; Dr. John A. Flood, superintendent of the Washington Crossing Commission. New Hope; Gilbert S. Joces, superintendent of the Valley Forg Park Commission. Valley Forge. John Schwab. Emporium; CoL E- G. Smith, Wilkes-Barre: Ambrose J. Heller, Allentown; Henry Buffalo, and a brother, Downs of ML Jewett. P. J. Westfield Allegany County _. . m i - DairYmCn laKG Honors At Fair Shinglehouse At the Business session of the Fire Depirtment Monday evenine a Doara of directors was elected j BELMONT--Allegany Count/s group of *-H owners of Holstein j cattle entered at the Syracuse Fair i -sron the championship there this ,,, ,, year in that department for the Mrs. Dorothy Gleason of Nelson, £,,,, consccu tive time, Lou L, Bar- arrived in town Monday morning ; toa count y agent, has wired inter- to resume her work as teacher of j est j d persons here. Five entries the first and second grades in the j B -o n high place. James A. Young township school. This Is her fourth i j r _ Angelica, took first premium as follows: Harry RusselL Clifford ' flf M i dllnd M ,; hiRan . with a junior caltaad Ceylon Snid er. Fillmore. with a cow. Snider's entry of a two-year-oia neiier was Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Seely / sccon d in its class. A junior yearl- consecutive year as teacher of these two grades. Now Is The Time t« make J»mf m*r»tl«B for Fill u4 WUtrr CniM. KIMBELL'STnTdStmct LN U.^JlLKAh'S PHONE «CS OI.EAN, M. T. HQIMNM9 BUY WHOLESALE riUCES * piw BATH oirmr*-- 5 foot Veg Tub. M' x » Apron Lsjvator}". Oust O*«r Mnatton--Com- -- pklc. In* flttlnc* M fl*L extra keary IPf !· Range Boiler f i l l * 3 foot teactk. *" S.H. SoU Pipe ... Uoobfe copper eoil GM Beater I* x 41 Cabinet Slnlw Etrrr »iw» ·! HrrrkuOv h f.llj iiariltrfd art will ·«· tht n*«t ricM Male *r Ft4enl Utpntin. H £··» taUftfattUa. tt »*H * Drnllt dwp «k«ll.« - PHONK CAtO. ANDERSON SUPPLY CCSTASY IMS Wm Stoir M. Ote-- ,S.t. band to Leo Flanders and wife. Eastman. Kenneth Fenner and Ira i named so- . cial secretary- ing s few days In this rici: with Mrs. are spend- Jn g owne »l by Virgil \Volfer a=d a ·icislty 4=31 Moior Jta ,ling owned ty,L!=yd Paving Ordinance Is Approved By Borough Council - EMPORIUM--The regular meet- Ing of Emporium Borough Council was held Monday evening at which time the following members were in attendance: President of Council, H. W. Zimmer, Matthew D. Burns, Mshlon Ramarge, Clarence Bortree, Charles E. Baer, Grant S. Vought anil Joseph J. Greenan. One of the actions taken at council was to approve an ordinance to permit the highway department to. pave 2,765 feet of Fourth Street in the business sec- liim of the borougn. This street Is now already paved and the highway department proposes to use Amasite as a better top cov- .ering. This work is listed under Pennsylvania Highway Department Projects 105 and 106. The Fire Department Committee was authorized to procure two r.ev tirts tor tit fire truck. Bills for the month of August were r»sd ar.j; ajyrovci lid aJUr. various routine matters were disposed of, council adjourned. Otto Township, one dollar. j ^° firkin will parade in i ?«£ ° f £££*"£ TM£ * "* i *2J ^"' . .V Schubert or.d wife to un|form , h Mm ^ rt Fair , home of Bnmllt R. Davis. , The count j e~»«,«K»«* *n«4 w*f* f ' , · , both of FUlmore. took State Crossroads (Wrote from the headquarters of the Patriotic Sons of Rest Con. vention.l * There won't be no news from the State Crossroads for some days on account of the news writer bring a walking delegate at large to the Patriotic Sons Of Rest Convention. Mr. Hector Sage and Al Sage and Brother Lon Gunshy ar.d Brother Pettingale and Constable along because McKay all come It tikes just as much gas for one as for five In Brother Pettingale's car. Convention hall, that luej to be a livery stable, opened up this morning so the visiting brothers would sign in a book and get hotel rooms. The first session was held at noon today. It was a free dinner for the delegates. Brother Pettingale was called on to lead the singing. They sung the lodge V.iiiiie rung. 'Down by The Old Mill Stream.' The roll got called anj some of the brothers hid flat tires and things so they wasn't here yeL A business session of the walking delegates at large Is to be this afternoon. Tilings that will be disgusted by the Invited member* will be jaywalking on the George A. Schubert and wife, Bradford, one dollar. "Carroll YenUer and wife to Willis D. Weimer and wife. Liberty Township, $1500. MORTGAGES Leon E. Jackson and wife to Kane Bldg. ft Loan Assn., Kane. $700. Phillip J. Johnson et al to Alfred Hcpjuist et al Port Alle- gsny. $1000. John August Challstrom anI wife to A. A. VanSIyke and wife. ML JewetL J2TOO. K.ine Industrial Gx* Corp to Kane Bank i Trust Co., Hamlin, S1S.OOO. Mark RosM to Blanche C. Bur? Floyd K. Neljon and wife to Bradford Bldg. Loan Ic Sav. Assn., Bradford Township. $3500. Margaret G. Shuman et al to First National Bank. Port Allegany, Otto Township, $12001 Bernsrd W. Michalski and wife to McKean Co. Bldg. ft Loan Assn.. Bradford Township. $1500 Earl B. Murphy and wife to froJuccrj Ear.k Trust Co.. Bradford. $3100. Harold A. Booth and wife to Producers Bank ft Trust Co.. Foster Township, $1300. Leo Flanders snd wife to St. Marys Savings A Investment Association. Otto Township, $3200. J«y E. Ward and wife to McKean Co. Bldg. t Loan A*sn, Foster Township. $2600. SATISFACTION MORTGAGES Mary Dikeman *c to Hsns floggenbau, Foster Township, S1400. Margaret J. Ward by Executor to John E- Ward et al. Otto Township. $15,000. Wm. S. Sullivan tn C, TV Henllne el al. Otto Township, $21.371.30. Kane Bldg. ft Loan Assn. to Leon E. Jackson and wife. Kane. J500. St. Marys Savings ft Investment Association to Naomi English Horton. Foster Township. J6100. Prtxlucers Bank ft Trust Co. to Ruth Gamot and husband, Bradford Township Kane Realty Corp. to Charles C. CtcUaJ aiul witc, K*ne. *1050. Producers Bank A Trust Co. to Grover C. Stover anrl wife, Bradford Township, $10,000. Thursday o'clock. evening at six-thirty i place in i Mrs. Emma McNaughton spent · o " n ondaga County taking first Sunday and Monday at the home premium. Awards on individual Mrs C, C. Pem- and Mr and of her "**"· Mrs - E- J - S^ 0 ln steers went to Marian Mattcson. Mr*. Urban"Perry and son Van!TM*TM and »« end « 1 "»« thirty independence, fourth: Robert Tot of DuBois are spending a month's ^anniversary of the -*~«- -- -«- vacation at the home of Mr. and, of Mrs. Bert Kellogg of Sunny fide. Mr. and Mrs. T. Ashley Graves kins. Pa, Sept. sixth and seventh. Several friends of Mrs. ten. Cuba, fifth, and Clarke. Independence, tenth. Snider the most experienced .,, . showman of the group, took one \ioia j ,, , ^ Mj4 tn ^ seconds out of four first ,,, ,., u «... .. --..-, _______ and family of New Canaan. Conn- ' Smith gave her a surpn.'e Tues- 1 entrit ^ He ttt)n se con were guests" of Miss Ruby Wolcott day noon, the occasion being her senior vearllng m the se cond with were guests of Miss Ruby Wolcott Tuesday. seventy-eighth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Dewey of class. Mr. and Mrs Russell Hchelberg- Mr. and Mrs. P. «. uewey ,, er «r Rus«ell Jr.. and Miss Dor! HarrL.burg: Mrs. Rwa Hesd and | Uas Eichelberger have returned ' Mrs. Charity Head of Watrous and : ' from a visit »t Langdondale. Pa. , Mrs. Lavcrae Thornton of Wells. ; boro called on the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Blackman of Andover; p _ H woodruff Tuesday. was a recent visitor at the home j CORNS IEMVQ Mrs MatinJi Mrs. Mat _ sundiy at ^^ homf ^ Mf Professor Charles Gene aux and i ,,,, Mrs F . At Ha]L H er daughter l^ CASTOR OIL rukr CORM family of lows. State College at Ames." Iowa, are spending a brief vacation at the home of Mrs. Ida Geneaux. Sunnyside. Mrs. Walter McEwen and children of Sinco, Ontario: Mrs. Em- ^ m» Smith. Miss Onnalle Smith. Mrs. Htrry Roeder of Wellsville) were recent gu«ls ol Mr. "' «« Sidney Geneaux. the p home · who has been : five weeks. :b her. btre tor returned CORN fkiU t» rcmo*c aar com «· F. R- Brothers tad otlifr HEATING PLANS Decatur state roads after sunset, xlther music In the privacy of the home and the finer points of checker pUytnp. Tonight a »ta|t party with, everythlag free will tx |tv«. Oil Fields Show Gain In Output Increase Of 1,074 Barrels Reported For Week Ending September 5. BRADFORD -- Daily average production of crude oil in the Bradford field for the week ended September 5. was 42.099 barrels, an increase of 1.074 over the preceding wetk. according to the Bradford District Oil Producers- association. Production In the Allfgany field for the week averaged 9.492 barrels dally., or an Increase of MO barrels over the previous week. 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