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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wellsboro pa., wednesday april 24, 1918. How the liquor business affects you if Jim fire being Fco Ltd the idea 1liat the and i in int us indy i ant incl Liing to it Fkd a Corr Iii mtg lit Vaj 01 the Solhei f Are Luis g lulled to sleep by tie dope of the liquor Mui hint the town it Jaos up Ous Ond i Herniok you Cai Flud to lit Tell Cikuth sue being diced by the bought that Localise you Don t i Ali Nixe the Saloon it can t Hurt if Jon Ore to Lii Bly pin pious in the conviction that be Don t drink booze is no Good re fou Why you of Bould do anything to pc Chi the other fellow from enjoying he you Are being fooled by any Oft Hefe fun Jose you Stop just a minute and nod the following a lieu mints know that the Standard of wages paid in the Shoji is Dot mined not by that High grf de worker who Luis made Goc d Licause he sacrificed to win but very largely by the Low Grade Man who booze and who can into the shop door because workers Are sea fee. Pc ome. Where Between the two the bots strikes an average wage for everybody else. The More boozers there Are the Lover the rate of wages paid the average Man even if he s Means lower wages for Yout does t this affect your pocket Book a from i lie ins Wuinee men knew that making or sell ing or drinking shortens life. There s scarcely a Hie insurance company that will insure a bartender or a brewery worker because of his life in Fui Aike coi Nanies Are not in the anti Falcon business. But they 1me Only one insurance rate for Ordinary men dry Kneis and non drinkers end they Cempella the Man who does t booze to n Ake up for the extra amount that the Boozer . A Cen t tins affect your Etc Clit Buck store key Eis know that men vol spend too much of their Money for booze Don t their some i Ody got to Ray them so they simply boost the orig dial juice of the goods to allow for such losses. And so the who Loesl t Looze helps the Bill of the i does t this affect Poitr pocket Book police cants jails hospitals almshouses insane As plums and similar institutions Are sup or cd by Jour Tances. Fully half the business of these institutions comes As a direct result of the liquor does t this affect your pocket Book in t it your business if men booze Yov tean t Ankud to be too gun pious with what belongs 1o your family. Your first obligation is to Man who thoughtlessly Lowers the rate of wages increases life insurance premiums boosts the most of the necessities of life and runs up your because he insists that saloons shall be maintained for his matter where you get off. Felc Lar a pfc. For his Sake As Well As dry if you believe that the traffic in alcohol does More harm than Stop it i strengthen America Campaign economize this year in decorating Walls Cir the expense of re decorating your Walls so frequently. Paint them with artistic Wall paint with the Dull re nigh. May be bashed clean and fresh soiled. The color in permanent. No re decorate info Neces sary until change of color is desired. A perfect background for furniture and pictures. Arkutic meet every requirement. Tow is the time to have your Walls done Over. Call at our store and get a color card and Book let showing Many delightful color schemes. Light1 paints hardware to Jutt Iofi i paints a s. Mitchell and plumbing Laech milk checks patrons delivering milk in Wellsboro amounting to and Over i during March. Bennett Latzer t. J. Davies 510.14 g h. Ford. 495.84 c. W. Fuller. 477.97 k. H. Lubers 435.34 a. P. Wagner. 424.hi b. L. Davis. 420.09 b. M. Warren 431.37 l. Geo son. 423.39 we. A Kennedy 406.62 b. D. West 413.s8 we. X Harrison. 303.81 b. K. Keefau 350.28 we. Eberenz 817.10 de. Matson 358.03 John 11. Turner win j. Rogers. W. L. Vaughn 328.62 Clyo Callahan 328.25 we. .-341.33 j. A. Co. S. R. Rogers. 343-77 Wayno Lewis. 303.9 1 j. J. D. Patterson 229.34 h s. Keener son. 389.74 John Bailey 318.72 Madden Root 325.43 Homer Ebster 293.09 Walbridge Stratton Oscar Campbell 296.81 Chas. S. Bower 290.31 Henry Noelk 290.09 a. P. Dartt. 283.84 t. M. Emeott 181.71 r e. Adams 285.51 r. R Cholett 283.66 Luther Bros. 289.53 a. C. Gea 289.64 Henry Hymes. 280.90 Harry Carey 288.40 b. A. Austin. 277.31 .1 c. Chapman. 270.21 p. E. Brown. 274.99 t. M. Archer. 271.98 prank Griffin 272.02 p. V. Coolidge 260.06 r. V. Beaman. 261.82 Wilkins Coveney. 267.26 r. M. Valsing 261.67 Chas. Parsons 253.97 l l. Torpy 255.05 George Hatherill 259.80 Robt Sampson 252.34 mrs. A. H. Torpy 259.78 h. A. Brown 253.14 0. W. Butler 258.00 and. Abplanalp. 256-55 mrs. We. Campbell. 257.91 c g. Cummings. 251.32 c. Of Coolidge son e. J. Fleitz. Geo. J. Wagner 162.36 Walter 161.03 u. Koi Tetu. 161.75 John Vandegrift 161.80 Frank Smith 159.37 Ralph lorry 159 la do inv Campbell 159.01 w. V. Coolidge 158.68 j. I. Signer 158.05 Gerow 158.74 c. H. Stevens 158.21 Claud Cun iming m. Bellinger 157.58 Emory Allen 157.98 f. C. Moore 157.26 a. G. Hammond. 156.30 m. Carpenter 156.03 Fred Niles w. H. Mezgar. 154.29 j. B. Walker 154.04 Arthur Brooks 153.80 w. F. Bowen 152.68 Walter Makin 132.43 Newell Houghtalling 152.54 s. F. Baity. 151.73 Jamea Davis 151.39 Chas. Smith 150.85 Dana Wetherbee 149.29 h. Richardson 148.28 .1 a. Rose. 147.52 mrs. M. Wetherbee 146.01 g. F. Niles 146.93 j l Ames 146.55 Donald d Spencer. 145.77 h. O Rice 145 12 s. D. Shumway 145.22 b j. Hotchkiss 144.71 w. H. Fletcher son. 144.57 Lewis Mclntosh 144.77 bion Walbridge. 142.50 c h. Peck i 39 Walter m. Ames 146.02 f. P. Schultz 140 34 Merve Vanvliet 140.50 Jos. Vandegrift 139.37 f l. Starkey mrs. F. R. Campbell de. A. R. Lamont. 57 25 c. D. Bliss. In ii Nii Whalen 53.21 George Repard 85.42 Arthur Toino son. 86.76 a .1. Covert Arthur tipple 98.96 go k Dewe 54.87 a Jackson 86.05 g. C. Mudge. 76.29 a in. Rico Henry Niles. 90.66 i. C. Gleason 85.43 c. B. Cleveland -92.61 Joseph Geo. A. Clareth o i3artoo. 79.lit w m Puter. 99.22 Jos. Johnson. 06.85 Clinton Bowen 56.01 r l. Lounsbury 9722 Chas. Steela. 90 is l. P Walbridge. N 87 03 01 70. 80 139 2 138.22 137.99 Dana Bacon 136 61 Jos. A very 135.14 e. C. Howell 134.75 John 133.96 w. A. Wilkins 133.31 Robt. Hazleton 133.36 l. M. Goodwin. 132.63 Jno. E. Johnson. 131.19 b of Maun. 1t50 81 Ray Wetherbee 130.64 John Manning 130.51 Albert Buck 129.74 Milo Patterson. 129.90 Shepard 128.94 w. J. Peake.-. 127.45 Clarence Nobles. 127 59 Fred Conley 127.29 243 68 a. C. F. E. Schimpf. 126.80 245 77 i h. D. Wood 126.94 h. A. Benedict Leonard Adams 242 88 Xeal Paris 224.74 i Laynard Davis 249.70 g. R. Adamy. 248.55 Fred c. Erway 248.55 d. Smith Jos. West. Or. ,247.47 o. D. Patterson. 248.50 j h. Ely Chas. Repard we. Ludington Fred Scheeley g. B. Whitney 125.93 125722 125.19 123.89 125 43 g. W. Bliss m. E. Quimby. C. D. Drew mrs. Mary a. Kennedy a j. Austin. L. A Bailey. 237.40 233 32 230-42 222.88 222. Rat 221.73 Vanhorn Hammond 222.01 c. A Johnson 224.5. Tvan l. Collins. 224.48 c. J. Xeal 224 74 f j. 224.48 h. P. Holiday. 224.21 Edwin Hughes 215.10 h. Robber 212.89 d. S. Bliss 211.68 r. F. W. L. Smith. 219.25 c. A. Gorrie 219.48 mrs Maria Rogers. 215.77 Charles Wilson 219.86 a g 210.11 t. D. Potter 213.03 Arthur Pratt 21s.11 w. S. Rice. 213 98 John a. Monks. 217.79 a. Wedge 212.17 re Clarendon son 214.27 a j. Brown 217.17 r. To. Wilbur 219.31 Edgar Lawton. 125 03 h t. Roe 125.51 a 124.71 e. E Benjamin. 124 13 John Knapp 124.95 Harry Benner. 124.48 b to. Briggs 124.82 f. M. Hammond. 123 53 c. T. Kimball. 123.57 George Morton 123.70 Frank l. Baker. 122.21 Niles Rouse. 122 24 mrs. M. A. Stewart. 122.00 Vanhorn Manning. 122.65 James Purcell. 122.24 c. B. West 121.14 Erwyn Bailey 120.48 g. A. Benjanin. 119.80 s. W Bliss 118.32 Frank Ludlow 118.50 George Vanderhoof 118.47 o g. Steele 117.53 Walter e. Wilcox 117.63 w d. Vanhorn. 117.72 e it. Niles 117.88 Campbell Steele. 116.64 0 a. West 116.84 West Smith 116.02 Thos. W. Reese j. R. Jones 115.25 115.03 Keck 113.96 Willard 114.85 John r Gerould Smtth 202. G7 i mrs. W l English 11460 Ray Benjamin 205.69 . A Atkins. Thos. Howell 205.25 Henry Davis 2095.1 g. W Coveney 216.82 f. B. A. C. Place. 207.13 Herbert Evans 208.13 we. D Barnes 202.93 r. W. Bowen. 204.29 Furman Bartlo 201.03 i Thos. Houghton 202.23 i 200.36 284.04 238.35 199 20 198.82 r. S. Westbrook Louis Thornton Ross Butters l. A Cummings Xeal Thomas William Bacha 190.03 e h Stone 19fi is Frank Smith 196.4s we 53 Peter xae ply 194.63 croon Austin 193.00 j p. H. Butler 193 06 b e Chun Hill 3. R. Smith 193.11 j a. J. Bowen 192.77 d. E Evans 190.87 Frank Anderson 190.4r i Vino Baldwin 1rr.r6 tas badman 188.35 1 f. B w. A. Short. 18r.6s i b Carpenter 1r7.94 1 b f Coolidge 187.53 l b. 186 21 g w. Smith 1s5.s2 Kelson Smith 1 mrs mar Carrot Thomas. 1r5 Herman 1r5.po a. C. Fisher. 184 87 geor Tro Corwin 1r422 r a Abernathy 1 b. T clans 1r2 of rav Davis 1r2 1 7 a Teh w. M Benedict 1s2 it m Wood son 1 r2.31 Rinc a 1r2.18 w 0 Skelton 1 r1 5v c to . 1r1.22 Tav i h. Warren 1 we Crenno to Ortmei Attil Austin t. I War run 179 r. R kill pm r e r l i i fiord Bali .1 n sep Vopni r f Edwards keep nil ten Arnond Georcia Wald in o 1. Atherton a e. Thompson. 114.06 r. E Balfour. 114.08 x. A. Smith 114 18 Mel Smith 113.70 p h. Wilson 113.42 a. B. Wheeler 113.88 j t. J. Heath 113.4-3 j Chas. Goodwin 112 72 i e g. Simmons. 112.15 Elwyn Steela 11 2.83 i e. R Elv 111.35 i Jno. W. Statts 111.92 c. E. 111.88 Montroy Tompkins. 11010 mrs a l 110.78 Mark Coveney 110.32 Thos. Delano a 110.82 Coles Wetherbee 109.03 h Abeli 109.40 Francis Kelley 108.41 i w. E. Pet Ham 108 20 to. G. Dartt 107.15 i c. E. Pooh do 107.02 1 h a. Gross. 107 j6 Edwin Boj Den 106.77 c h Zittel 100 78 John Delano 100 5s Willard Brant 106 72 Shaft drano 106.93 or j o Connor. 10535 m f. 105.09 n. M. 105 97 r m Harding. 104.60 t. D. Doran 103 c. Claud Elv 102 92 Fred e. Marblo e7rn, Horton 102.14 Fred Privet 102.11 0 l. Cooled to 101 so a l 101.39 Fra n k k to k Frank Whitney. H l 23 a 101.45 Frank 10198 Wesley Willard 10001 Thos 1001ft c b Hollenbock 100 83 mrs Vonwert 100.39 Chas Gustafson Walter Coolidge. Clark Allen. Legrand Watkins Chart. Atherton 73 m. A. Thompson. 61 j. X. -82 l. E. Smith. "9 David d. Jones 68 John Krauser 99. R. G. Wik of 66. We. Bowen 98.58 e w. Peako. 68.97 s. R. Wood. 83.82 John Edw. Statts 70.67 r l. Balfour 52.96 John Bailey. 67.73 Robert Campbell. 54.12 a. 94.32 h e. Webster 60.41 Philip Wilcox. 68.35 mrs. Eloiso Avest 74.58 j. It. Munson 51.21 Perley a. Lawton 82.14 Ralph Clark 96.73 William Fowler 61.99 Robert Johnson 78.48 .1, a Callahan. 93.37 g. A. Ashley "6.64 l. R. Ashley 84.28 c. H. Beauvier. 67.39 James Louden -6003 Victor Johnson 7070 a. A English 84 82 s. P. Fischler. 83.54 Arthur Bowen 62.64 l. B. Smith 7k.85 r. D. Rose 50.77 Fred a Whittimore 86 22 j. A. Wilcox. 55.00 a. M. Smith 66.16 g w 98 22 a. Q. Copley 93.36 .1. N 74. Am. A arters 87 mrs. Lizzia Sampson. 99. Fred Wagner 74 a. B. A Teters. 60. E. R. Collins 94. S a Kelsey. 99. John Lewis 90. De. T. Stoeklin. 80. J. W. Whitney 85. Arthur Stratton 96. W. D. Wilcox 53. Chas. T. Orr or. 87 w. M Roby 89 Louis 87. Ross Aati Eeler or Thos. Lawton. 62. A. G. Lloyd. 72 John Campbell 78. Henry Keck 81. Chas. Baker s3. Carl b. Hasker 96. Dan Douglass. 62. A. S. Losinger 68, Theo Fuller. Or. 67, e. E. Baker 72. Jasper Niles 92 e. H. Brown 55, Oscar 57, c. Good win. 82 Almond Stewart 59, Jacob Keck 94 s. H Manning 05 Benson Brothers 72 s. J. Mattison 98, e. A. Dickinson 62 0. Hotchkiss. 56, hotel kiss. 53, Root. 91. Rufus West s3. Fred Leets 95. Mrs Pettio Brackman 82. L. J. West. 96. L e Whitney 93. Harry Hager or. Tohn Poggendorf. 61. Earl Root 61. E. E. Carpenter s3 e. S Davis. 88. Claude a Vlf 91. T. H. Sherman. 56. To s Fuller 90. Orria Doana 5? f. To. Geo 92 Leon Brown 6r. C. F. Erway 9j 63 a. C Stevens. 05101 Hackett r7.11 t Palmer Bailey of from coast to coast. A remarkable Clain of Home Testi-1 Wellsboro adds its i voice to the grand chorus i of local Praise. From North to South from East to in even cite. Even Community in very Stato in Tho Talon i renin out Tho grateful Praise for Doan s Al Nev pills. 50.000 representative people in eve Erv walk of Liff Public Rev entity to Quick Relief and inspection p your shoes neat shoe polishes liquids and pastes. For Black White Tan dark Brown or shoes. Preserve the leather. To f. F. Daudet cok formations. Limited. Buffalo. N. T. The potato situation. Letter to Farmers from prof. Stevens on vital topic. Thi potato i situation continues to to serious there Are Large stores on hand and the Pri e seems to be Arop pin Al with p very Dis effect upon who potatoes in storage. To is feared by All who an follow ins Tho food situation irom a National standpoint that this ondi Tion at this critical time of the i ear will tend to decrease Tho planting of potatoes for 191r our at Homo and abroad will not int nit of an such decrease in planting wheat is scarce the Forse ast Indi Cates that it will to scan i aug if to Are not much mistaken it soon become a Compa Rancu Aro practical la these organization must to made the Farmers them eke and i ish to most nor one that Iphy Hij Mado a soon As possible stomach dead Man still lives i Eoj Dit who suffer from sour Stom Ach fermentation of food distress after eating and indigestion and seek Relief in Large chunks of artifice iat digesters Are killing their Stom Achs by inaction just As surely As the i urn of morphine is deadening and injuring repair every nerve .11 i i body. Hat the stomach of every sufferer from indigestion needs is a. Good pre Ripton that will build up his Stom put strength and Elas Siciu into it and make it sturdy enough to digest a Hearty meal with out artificial Aid. The Best prescription for. Indigestion Ever written is sold by druggists everywhere and by fax f. Howd and is rigidly guaranteed to build up the stomach and cure indigestion or Money Back. This prescription is named Mio a and is sold in Small Tablet form in Large boxes for Only a few cents. Remember the name. Mio a Stom Ach tablets. Thev never hiding booze in Canada. In Onne Tion with Tho Comins Bony in Canada some curious a one Are of oat As to the amount of liquors on band in that count it is stated that there is enough in Montreal to three and that it is impossible to estimate the amount Sti Rel in Pri vate houses tales Are i torrent of people who. Until Pating prohibition legislation. Sto kid their with liquor sufficient to last indefinitely and that in order to obtain the Nercessan householders willingly. Morts rated their Homes. But Temperance reformers Are Jubil ant nevertheless. 54 59 50 16 29 a 50 49 r2 3" or 42 9r 23 30 74 the Empire pipe less Furnace contains the latest and most scientific principles applicable to the in Talla Tion of a one pipe of House warm in or. All alike when cased Vea in for use. What s inside the Casinir is the important part of the Heater. We invite inspection and comparison on the Empire. W. W. Lowell hardware 59 main St Wellsboro a. And it s nil for the Benefit of fellow new Spring styles shoes oxfords pumps everything you Wear on your feet Smith s shoe store to v w w milk amounting Hurri Wikton s3 84 41 to to e c Morton to 1 to twins v f. By not t to in flon or nov Krowl on 1 in this Crand Chonk of local will Shiro in will Avill known people Tell of who run for Hett or proof of Merit m d How 7." Pearl Street i from backache and had Charp a ruins in my often in the morning 1 bad san touch t different Modl t never pot much Relief t hard about kid nov Pulli and cot n Supply at in Corner Drue Ttorp. In l ban fall no them Thev Crint 1v rep t n Box of in Tho 10r. It nil Ftp Alt Pon t for a Kurt no s Rani Pic pm t i Dpi pill0 the Samo tent Len co and Roclor Milburn Buffalo v y i or 1 o cell tin Elf Ira 111 a s 164 s7 Bovero 16304 dark nor Row a 84 i we Crumm. B4.1 r i s b. Peaks. 82.49 state Kotes. F n per front of Tufi of ten it Ftp for Tho in of on ref rent n n tar in Ifni in r pm one Dir or with 1" of cd Arr i ind Vort to int in Numbat of n and of inv with bred built an ppr of ten Arr prs of the it fit took Adan tap of the Lon to store plenty of ice during the t Winter tap h for d w k pc get your War Garden from this Case go to your dealer and select your Pakroo see tape and seeds Don t put it off because your Carden this year going to be a Factor in win runs this Var All the food possible must be shipped abroad to our boys Orer there to the air is night the most important thing that you can do to get your War Garden under to delay to neglect and your Garden this year must be planted that there to no work about re Nulu it must be planted expertly amen Ufi Cally Pakroo Vril help you to Hare a a More Effie it Garden. It is the Soen Tufic Way of planting. The Are evenly and accurately spaced in a thin paper upe and whole Row is at a time resulting in airtight of evenly thinning out u tract Muy Eti numbed. Bow mum Quality tort in thoroughly Tor Tod and from very Stock a Kloo Ottren thar Pakroo ser fuse or Pakroo loom h your dealer War 115 of pm fro and Don t Deicer tul Nutter of your n to to your dealer and get your Twat a and seeds. 11 i i f v h j i 1 j i n t i i Hir w. A. Hammon. T r 1. 1 s a i i l c i i spa Fri

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