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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Willsboro pa., wednesday August for Sale. Registered Berkshire v7m. D. Bahnub. Wellsboro i a. B. D 3, Farmer i phone 120 june 12-tf. _ Twenty five Cento Well spent. Only 25 cents will for a 25-word Al la this column one week 35 cents will Sarre a 35-word and. And to on. Thousand. Of people will read it and maybe some will just As some will to this and. Address agitator Willsboro. A word to the Wue. Estimates and contracts made for Ploub lok team he atom roofing tinning Etc. Ait kinds of materials in Stock. Come tee or before you invert your Money 1d new. 8. Mitchell. Main Street Weisboro a. Feb. 8, 1915, _ estate of Albert at Carton. Will Fioro. A. H d. No. 2, by the Bett later of said county notice hereby re veil to All persons indebted to said estate to to thu it sons i at ing cd Alan to be said estate Are requited july 3-r.t. _ auditor s notice. auditor appointed by the court of common i for the county aug St. Vols at Ono o clock in the after noon at a Lilli time and All Bavins claims upon Snail fund. Tend present and maintain their respective Jln Lens or they will tie thereafter Deha Rcd fron. It Liott tuly auditor. Proclamation in divorce. Edith m Carev rep my tent be divert i. M Ltd Inion entered into with you gala t Bafna Carev we therefore command butt grit Lnor aside All manner of busies ? and excuses whatsoever you do and n near in your proper person before our y Nei nov on the for Isth monday of a gust next to Naswor the petition or libel of the said Edith m. Carey and to show rinse. If and 1011 have Sliv the said a Dit 11 can a. Vona wife should not be divorced fro the Bonds of Marl Mon Arree Alt to the arts of general Assembly in such made and provided. Hereof not witness the honorable Sevelton f. Chan july 10-41. Tin Dike improvement. Of Pennsylvania office of in water Supply commission the ail rement Imd str Enorth on i do tin.1 Dike along the Southern of the Cowan Esfiro River in Tho of . And u. The township of Lawrence county of constitutional amendments proposed ambndmbnt8 to the Constitution 8ubmittkd to the citizens of the Commonwealth Tor their approval or rejection. At the election to by held on tub8dat, november i. By the general of the Commonwealth of Phonh by Vahia. And published by or Der of the Secretary of the Commonwealth in pursuance of article xviii the Constitution. Number one. A joint Resolution proposing an amendment to article nine Mutton four of Coniti Sutlon of the Commonwealth of a Torii in the stau to Imus to the amount of fifty millions of dollars for of of the Commonwealth. 1. It resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen eral Assembly met. That the amendment to the Constitution of Penn Sylvania be. And the same is hereby pro pos fed. Id accordance with the eighteenth article that Section four of article nine which reads a follows Section 4. No Debl shall be created by or on behalf of the state except to sup ply casual deficiencies of Revenue repel invasion Eup presi insurrection defend the suite in War. Or to mating debt and the debt created to Supply deficiency in Revenue shall never exceed in the aggregate at any one time one million Dol be amended so As to read As Fol lows Section 4. No debt shall be created by or on behalf of the , except to sup ply casual Deal clenches of Revenue repel invasion suppress insurrection defend tie state in War or to Fei Liting debt and the debt created to Supply deficiencies in Revenue shall never exceed in the at any one time one million dollars provided however that the general Assembly irrespective of any debt May authorise the state to Issue Bonds to the amount of fifty millions of dollars for the purpose of improving and rebuilding the highways of the common wealth. Section 2. Said proposed amendment shall be submitted to the qualified elec tors of the state at the general election to be held on the tuesday next following the first monday of november in the year Nineteen Hundred and eighteen for the purpose of deciding upon the approval and ratification or the rejection of said amendment. Said election shall be opened held and closed upon said election Day at the places and within the hours at and within which said election is directed to be opened held and closed and in accordance with the provisions of the of Pennsylvania governing elections and amendments thereto such amendment shall be printed upon the ballots in form and manner prescribed by the elec Tion Laws of Pennsylvania and shall in All respects conform to the requirement of such Laws. A True copy of joint Resolution no. 1. Cyrus b. Woods Secretary of the Commonwealth. Shall or organised in pursuance of Law without three months previous Public notice at the place of the intended ton of the intention to apply for Snow . In such manner As shall be prescribed by Law nor Niall a charter for such privilege be granted for a longer period than Twenty so that it shall read a follows. The general Assembly shall have the Power by general Law to provide for the incorporation of and Trust Compa Nies and to prescribe the Powers thereof. A True copy of joint it Moutlon no. 1. Cyrus e Woods. Secretary of the Commonwealth. Number two. A joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section six teen of article three of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in accordance with Che provisions of the eighteenth article thereof Section 1 be it enacted by the Senate and House of represent Alves of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen eral Assembly met and it is hereby in by the authority of the same. That the following is proposed As an Amend ment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Accord Ance with the provisions of the eighteenth article that Section sixteen of article three which reads As follows. Section 16. No Money shall be paid out of the Treasury except upon appropriations made b Law. And on warrant drawn by the proper officers in pursuance be. Ami the same is Here by amended to that the same shall read As follows Section 16 no Money shall be paid out of the state Treasury except in Accord Ance with the provisions of an act of Sembly specifying the amount and Pur pose of the expenditure and limiting the time in which said appropriation shall be expended. All Public Money shall be paid by the state treasurer on warrant drawn by the auditor general. A True copy of joint Resolution no. 2. Cyrus e Woods Secretary of the Commonwealth Janet s impulse by Mildred White. Copyright. Western newspaper Janet sat in her dismal orderly room upon the upper floor of mrs Hopkins rented apartments. She sighed looking out on the heavy which turned the Early afternoon to dusk. How different How woefully different her life had become in one Short year. Then there had been the cozy Home with father now she was alone. It was always at this time of the new tear that the chosen few had made a Jolly House party in Lucretia newer s stately Home among the coun try Hills. Lucretia had been a College sister and her intimates thereafter were remembered with the annual in vat nation. What anticipated times of delightful excitement those a jolts had been Lucretia s elder Bachelor brother was a tireless entertaining Host and his rebellious tears filled Janet s eyes at the memory of John Newell s Friend. Like the rest he had forgotten How carelessly they had allowed her to Drift away from them world s most curious City London Magazine seems to have Dis covered queer settlement on Saginaw Bay Lake Huron. The Toht our Loum of pit i is consists of wooden huts on to the num Ber of Iii tilt one Hundred Emi thirty which when the person air elves Are rolled onto the ice on Sci Init Liny. Lake Huron. The Popup non of twin City without a inline is about five Hun dred. Kiich hut is fitted with cooking utensils Imi Morks. Null h stove find in occupied by three men who be Busi Ness on the ice is to follow a Peru Lenv method of fishing. In the renter of Neh hut n Hole about n i in Square is dug to the water. One of the fishermen then takes a live fish of the herring tribe Ulm sifter fastening it to a piece of pack thread drops it into the water. The fish dashes Nway As Swift its an Arrow until it is pulled up by the thread when it returns towards the Hole Fol share our sugar with the allies British get two pounds a month. French Pound and half italians one Pound. German Supply plentiful All nations it raft of tweet Fng for Home prewar Vang purposes. America s new sugar ration of two pounds a month per person is Equita ble when compared with the sugar ration enforced by rigid governmental order in England France and Italy Tlona with which we Are sharing sugar. Bach Allied the matter of sugar sharing on near a t. I eat possible equal terms the hardships Lowed by a Host of Pike and other fished Alured desirous to feast on the Dainty mor Sel. Beside the Hole stand the Fisher men Harpoon in hand waiting the arrival of the pursuers who Are received with thrusts of the four or five prong pro instrument which rarely Falls to those Gay Carefree people and upon bring up some writhing victims her own sea of misfortune Janet had been too Busy to recall herself to their selfish minds. John s Friend s name was often in the papers. Only last week there had been some huts can show two Hundred or More of Fine fish it the end of the Day s work. The most weird appear Ance of this City is at night when the fishermen prosecute the work by the is of about 4.300 embankment and ibo we Curc of Stone slope pit ideation Are on file in and v offic of the water Supply comes on. In Harris but and in the of the to the Commonwealth water Supply commission of Penna. July 17-st______________._________ special election notice to the Electon of the Borough of Wellsborough of an elect Iii in matter of increase of the Bor Ough s indebtedness. Notice la hereby Given to the electors of Wellsboro that a special municipal elect Lon Huu 1 j holding elections in said Borough Pirau ant to a vote of the Council of said Bor approved by the Burgess thereof whereby it Vas resolved and declared to be the desire of the Council to increase the indebtedness of the Borough to in amour it Sce Edins to per centum and not exceed into per centum on the last assessed valuation of Borough and to have a specie election of the electors thereof to obtain their assent or refusal to such de sired increase on the 17th of August the last of is the amount of the existing debt is the mount n t no Usu d i fund charges number two. A joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section article nine of the Constitution of Penn 1, be u enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen eral Assembly met. And it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same. That the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In accordance with the provisions of the eighteenth article there amendment to article nine Section eight. That Section eight of article nine of the Constitution amended by striking out the said Section and inserting in place thereof the Section 8. The debt of any county City Boroug a township school District or other municipality or incorporated District except As provided herein and in Section fifteen of this article shall never exceed t per centum upon the Memed value of the taxable property therein but the debt of the City of Philadelphia May be increased in such amount that the to Tal City debt of said City Snail not exceed ten per centum 10 upon the assessed value of the taxable property therein nor shall any such municipality or District in cur any new debt or increase its indebtedness to an amount exceeding two 2 per centum upon such assessed valuation of without the consent of the electors thereof at a Public election in such manner As shall be provided by Law. In ascertaining the borrowing capacity of the said City of Philadelphia at any time there shall be excluded from the calculation and deducted from such debt so much of the debt of the said City shall have been incurred and the proceeds thereof invested. In any Public improve ments of any character which shall be yielding to the said City an annual cur net amount of such deduction shall be ascertained by capitalizing the annual net Revenue from such during the year immediate the time of such ascertain i tax to number three. A joint Resolution proposing an amendment to article nine Section eight of the Constitution of Pennsylvania Section 1 be it resolved by the Senate and House of representatives in general Assembly met. That the following Amend ment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania be and the same is hereby proposed in accordance with the eighteenth article that article nine Section eight be amended to read As follows Section 8 the debt of any county City Borough township school District or other municipality or incorporated District except As provided herein and in Section fifteen of this article shall never exceed seven 7 per centum upon the assessed of the taxable property Therton. But the debt of the City of Phila Delphia May be increased in such amount that the total City debt of said City shall not exceed ten per centum 10 upon asseged value of the taxable property therein nor shall any such municipality or District incur any new debt or in crease its indebtedness to an amount exceeding two 2 per centum upon such mussed valuation of property without the consent of the electors thereof at Public election in such manner As so sol be provided by Law. In ascertaining the borrow of capacity of the City of Phila at any time shall be de ducted from such debt so much of the debt of said City As shall have incurred or is about to be incurred Aad the thereof expended or about to be expended upon any Public improve ment or in the construction Purchase or condemnation of any Public Utility or part thereof or facility therefor if such Public improvement or Public Utility or part thereof whether separately or in connection with any other Public improvement or Public Utility or part there of May reasonably be expected to yield Revenue in excess of operating expenses sufficient to interest and sinking Over the holes make a strange spec Tacle. If fish Are not abundant in the spot first chosen the hut is wheeled to another tit bits. A notice of his departure Tor the Light of torches which As is Well South Well Why should he remember a known attract fish without the Aid of a few Days in a Hillside the herring Holt. The glancing torches i stolen kiss at parting Janet was Anil the shadows of the men leaning iad that the Miles stretched Between lad that in the separating Gulf their different stations made he might not Enow that she still remembered. The others would be there no doubt this wintry making merry to Jether in the great House upon the Hill. Janet jumped up suddenly her eyes shining with impulsive purpose. Why not go to them with Cheeks aglow the girl Drew from the clothes press her fur cloak relic of More prosperous times. Be Neath it she could Wear her Little White summer frock the Black Woolen must pm. The method of the purpose of the proposed increase is ment. And such capitalisation shall be to procure funds by the Issue and Bale of estimated by ascertaining the principal Bonds to take care of the sewage of toe Arzouni which would yield such annual Willsh Oronah and to extend current Revenue at Tea average rate Mic i of interest and sinking fund charges i resold put of tin in Uncle. Chas. I. Mii Lucil. Burgess. Jelv s. 1 in h f. Iia Kelv. Clerk july 17. Bank report. Report of Tho condition of the first nation Al Bank at Willsboro. In the state of Pennsyl Vania at tic close of business. June 29, 1918. Charter no. 328. Resources. Loans and discounts note and Bills re discounted 38 929.57 Able upon the indebtedness incurred by said City for such purposes up to the time of such ascertainment. The method of determining such amount so to be a ducted May be prescribed by the general Assembly. In Timur ring indebtedness for purpose the City of Philadelphia May Issue its obligations maturing not later than fifty 60 years from the Date there of with provision for a sinking fund sufficient to retire said obligations at Ralty. The payment to such sinking fund to be in equal or graded annual or other be Rex local instalments. Where any Ednas shall be or shall have been in determining such amount so to be de ducted May lie prescribed by the general aaa Erakly. In incurring indebted nem for any Pur City of Philadelphia May Issue 1u obligation maturing not later than fifty so Yean from the thereof with provision for a sinking fund sufficient to retire obligations at Matu Rity payment to such sinking fund to be in equal or graded annual or other periodical instalments. Where any indent shall be or shall have been incurred by said City of Philadelphia for the purpose of the construction or improvements of Public works or utilities of any character from which income or Rev is to be derived by said City or for the reclamation of land to be used in the of wharves or docks owned or to be owned by said City such Obliga Tion May be in an amount sufficient to provide for and May include the Amoun of the interest and sinking fund charges accruing and which May accrue thereon throughout the period of construction and until Ottine year after the completion of the work for which said indebtedness shall have been incurred and said City shall not be required to Levy interest and sinking fund charges As required by Section ten article nine of the Constitution of Penn Sylvan la until the expiration of said period of one year after the completion o said work. A True copy of joint Resolution no. 3. Ctr s e. Woods Secretary of the Commonwealth. Circulation 200.000.00 u. S. Bonds and Nenfi catch of indebtedness pc dual to secure u. S de Liberty loan Bonds Poao 00 Palmenti Marie on Liberty v4 per cent Bond 4i.ko.ot other Linnon to in cure postal Sav Ings deposits other than u. S 247.753 00 total Bonds Etc Othir than Federal Reserve Stock in Federal Reserve Bank banking furniture and other estate owed Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in and Nei amount due natural from Bani and Trust Othir than above on o birr Hanks in City As. Reporting Bank in Dock owned or to be owned by said City. H May be in Aii amount to provide for i and May include the. Amount of. The in Terest and sinking fund charges accruing i and h May accrue thereon through out the period of construction Aryl until Tho Yapi ration of one ear after rom i Letlon of Tho work which said m shall have been incur Rel. And saw Illy not be required to lev j a i tax to wild inter fat and sink no fund Churg s remilre.1 a Section ten. Irti Cut nine of the Ontl Sutlon of Pennsyl Vanlott. Until Tho expiration of paid period .933.71 i of one Vejr after the to Nile ton of Sild Erk a True copy of join no i i oods. Inc Moo secret Are of the 41.3-0.97 i Liol of Skulj a1ienhmknts t i the tins sum Liteh t the citizens of the k in. Tukik Hejko t10n. By the Cenk Ilal of the Commonwealth of i inn . Ani itb1.iriikij by oi1 of the rur. Commonwealth in of Miricle xv1u of the Constitution. A joint he ssh Tion from solar Amft ulment to of of Conkol Sutlon number four. A joint Resolution an amendment to. Section one of Artl Cli nine of the Constitution of Pennsylva la relating to taxation Section 1 be it resolved by the Senate and houss of representatives of the Commonwealth of Penns Ivania in Gen eral Assembly Mot and it la Here he enacted b Tho Autho rip of the Simo. That the following amendment to Constitution of the Mirn wealth of Pennsyl Vania he. And tin same 19 pro posed in a Roll ant. With the provisions of the chm in the world sugar situation. Formerly As a luxury sugar our saved food fed the allies food administrator writes Pretl Dent America conserved bushels credit due to women. Meat and fat shop merry Ine read by conservation measures applied by the american people enabled the United stall s i ship to the Allied peo Lwi Siml to our own forces overseas 14v bushels of wheat and 844.eoo.rj 000 of meat during the put year valued in All at was in the face of food shortage in this county be speaking the wholehearted Ness and is now a War time essential. The fair patriotism with which the and just division of this essential in people have met the food Cruls fair play above Victory Canadian Soldier generous in seeing that opponent should have Hla right Chance to shoot. In an obscure los Angeles sort rare lives a wind Man. The following is one of the Many stories he tells of his experiences be discarded. Lite the old time Janet it was in the Early nineties that a she Felt As she hurried Down the Steep stairs the five thirty for Hillcrest be almost due. She reflected gazing from the blurred car window that it might have been Wiser to have telephoned her coming but taking them by Surprise would after All suit better her present mood. It was rather discouraging not to find old Ben the Driver watching. His had been the task of meeting ail trains. No other vehicle it was evident had ventured out into the storm. Vaguely apprehensive of the girl turned up the warm Collar 6f if fir cloak and pushed her Way through Roadside drifts. Here and there a Light twinkled the great House was still some distance away. Almost she was tempted to turn Back and seek shelter in the station but the thought of the great log fireplace in the Tower room with its Circle of deaf familiar faces gave her fresh courage to press on. The House was not illuminated As though for guests. The Light showing through the Glass door was softly sub Dued. Janet heard her summoning ring Echo into silence but there was no response. Hopefully she made her Way to the rear Entrance. Here All was darkness. Disheartened she came Back past the Side Iron spiral stairway. No there High from the Tower room came a welcoming gleam. With fast beat ing heart she slowly ascended the icy Stair. She would open the door and slip in among them a weary Little ghost from their past. The door was difficult to open but unlocked As she expected. When Hud Hillcrest people thous it of locked doors then Janet entered the room. As of old the log fire burned stood the but the Comoh wus she passed Down the Halls. Silence met her everywhere. Then because the storm still swept without because there seemed nothing else to do Janet threw aside her fur cout. Porter Holden was that same night disgusted with life. This new year seemed to have begun with less prom ise than the other. Last year at least picked team of american riflemen had gone into Canada for a Friendly contest with the Queen s own. The Competition had been fierce and the score close when the last american Rifleman Laid Down at 800 Yards. He had to make 23 to tie and 24 to win out of a possible 25. A great crowd had gathered to Sateh the contest and had gradually closed in behind the firing station until there was very Little space left for the Rifle Man. The first for shots scored the Bull s in the hands of the parlous Allied food controllers. The United states food administration has asked this nation to observe a voluntary sugar ration of two pounds per person a month. In the other countries at War with Germany sugar is one of the scarce articles on every in the households of both Rich and poor or in the hotels. England today has a sugar ration of two pounds per month per person. In France the ration la a Pound and a half and in Italy it la one Pound a Mouth. And the prices in ally so coun tries Are from two to three times As High As in America. If you of to a hotel in England or France these Days and order Tea or Coffee they serve absolutely no sugar with it if you want Angar you must bring it with you. In England it is allowable to use one seventh of an ounce of sugar in the preparation of each luncheon. In France Many Persona carry Little Sac Charine tablets about with them for use in hotels and in England Rich and poor must take their sugar with them if they wish to have sweetened Tea while visiting friends. Before the War started France had acres devoted to sugar production. By 1917 the French sugar acre age had decreased to acres. Today the French Man or woman with a sugar card has no Assurance whatever food administrator Hoover in a to pres tilt it Ilson. Explains How the situation was met. The voluntary Cousin Alum program fostered by Tom food enabled tie piling up of the millions of Hii Shelb of wheat during 1917-1s and the shipment of meat during 1917-18. The total value of All food ship ments to allele l destinations amounted to All this food Belnac bought through or in collaboration with the food administration. The Fly cures Are All on Anri represent food for Harvest year hint 30, 19ufc the shipments of in Ati and including meat prod is Dairy products. Nils Etc to Allied Tina Tiosh if follows i in cal.00000 fiscal it or Eye counting 2u. With Nis last Snow he had to make a s to tie and a 4 to win. The excitement was intense and the air was charged with the magnetic stillness of repressed excite ment As the commanding officer of the Queen s own stepped Forward and called out get Back there increase 844.600 000 it. Our Slaught Erable animals at the ginning of the last fiscal year were larger than the year be fore and garlic no orly in hogs were pro Ahly uss. The increase shipments is due to conservation and the extra weight of animals added Elf our banners. The full effect of these efforts begot to Bear their Best in the half of the fiscal year when the ports to the allies were pounds As against that he or she will be Able to actually t in the same period of the year buy sugar. To buy it one must first find it Italy has state especially drastic regulations govern the use of sugar in Italy. This compares with an average pounds of total exports for the same half years in the pre War period. In cereals and Cereal products facture distribution and Sale Are closely controlled and in part actually taken Over by the state. Saccharine is permitted to be sold and used As a substitute for sugar and the government manufactures a mix rave Ture of Saccharine and sugar called the Man a fair show. How can he shoot with you standing on top of the crowd fell Back the american fired and the indicator recorded an other Bull a Eye making his score 25. Age of Flahean. The most striking characteristic by which fishes of different Ages can be distinguished is their size. But the size affords us Only the Means to Esti mate the age of younger fishes As to the older. It cannot serve us As an indication of their age since their growth May vary according to the Dif Ferent conditions of nutrition so that often the younger fish will Excel in size the much older fish. There is however at least As regards the fishes of the Northern seas a sure Indica Tion that betrays their age. It is theodolites or ear stones. These ear stones grow As Long As the fish itself continues to grow and form annual rings in the manner of Trees. The More annual rings shown by a fish s ear stones the greater its age. In this Way the age of a fish can be exactly determined. Which is largely used sugar ration adequate. German before the War produced a great surplus of surer and exported Large quantities. Today the germans have virtually Cone out of the Export business hut have plenty of cheap sugar use. Wholesale prices prevalent in the Allied rial inns according to information received by tie United states food administration Are As follows England. 1" ecu s n Pound France 12 cells i tide. While these j i i prices Are Heing paid abroad Ilie Gnu Rii an wholesale Price is Bemi Shulii it 7vi Feuu. His lambs were All right coloured pastor sure there had been no indiscretion when he observed the collection. Collection in the coloured Church and the pastor diced to terms of Cereal bushels shipments to Allied destinations been fiscal year 1916-17. Fiscal year 1917-18, increase Basha of these cereals our shipments of the prime bread stuffs in the fiscal 1917-18 to Allied destinations wheat bushels and of bushels a total of 000 bushels. The exports to Allied during the flsca.1 year wheat bushels and bushels a total of in addition some 10.000.0w bushels of 1917 wheat Are now in port for Allied destinations or in thereto. The total shipments to Allied countries from our last Harvest of wheat will be therefore about 000 Roshell or a total of bushels of prime bread stuffs. In a oltion to this we have shipped some bushels to neutrals some imports from other quarters this accomplishment of our people in this matter stands out even clearly if we Bear in mind that we had a change for the invalid. If you have a Friend icing ill try he had known dreams of happiness i Dobles though their fulfilment was never to wine made n address before the Box wus passed. A Don t want any Man to Pic More Dan his Shure he said gently but we Nius All Gib or cordon to be. With each baffling step of his re him stay his hand from Dat Box. Tum and Light puddings made of and Deacon pc nth please pass from net carry Over and As Over our Normal consumption about bushels of wheat which were Able to Export that year without trenching on our Home or. Hoover said this last year however what we rightly Hab. A say brightly owing the Larrt failure of Hab bred Dren because we Don t want crop to had available from Psi no tainted Money in de Box. Squire Jones Tola me Dat he done miss some chickens Dos week. Now of any of our bred Dren Hab dose chickens let tilt set All Ama clap of v tonal limit1" of tax. And a Hal Der a dirndl m of Tutu it int Vihti h urn r m i i n to Nevii from Public worship v n for i tul on i Arne need Snall of Chi r iss n i in us. In 1 i upon Uil Ali Lei a v. Tho Fil in not or Elma thoughts reverted to the i so Lull of mar girl who Hud made his lust stay there sch so pleasant. And she had vanished from them John Newell had Cox cd him Back to Tho vacant old place Hud just left John at the agent s. Old Ben would have lights and fires Foitik. John Hud snid so Holden made his Way up the spiral Etal. The door yielded More easily this time and the Man stood for a moment blinking his bewildered eyes. In the Light of Tho fire sat a White Clad girls i red lips parted wonder Longly. Flip breathed. I urn not to Holden Lichtly browned biscuit for the Vinvall i s Tea. Or creamed Chicken and creamed oysters delivered in a charming b be bowl and All ready to be heated up by the nurse. Grapefruit is always unto United and mandarin and White crapes in n pretty Basket Are an appetizing combination Ond there arc some inn kids who would be delighted with a Jar of preserved Gln per for occasional nibbling. De Box an Ahll watch de signs an see of Dere s anyone in Dos congregation Dat needs me Ter wrestle in prayer Fer Arry Over and production and Only just about our Normal consumption. Therefore our wheat to Allied destinations represent approximately savings from our own when bread. These figures however do not fully convey the volume of the Effort and sacrifice made during the past by the whole american people. My. T and to 1 i f2.k7.mr 34 eos Soow pm w co 21.141.45 1 pm Piv 6 i 2w.na.fl s m 710.1.27 39 it lir in Rij Nitis Kent Ftp from Juir. It Proi Ierta Tor jiul car it work help places Burl a nut us i held for pro Vino or ror xxi raft print in.1 incl Lutton of purely Pamir Charlto of Talon Kakl Giro pork Amendt enl be Hubli Tel to the Jual Liml of to be on the Flint of november in Tho car and for purpose of and or the rejection of said open 5. Fir if of arc a vision u will not a Janet aids Vereil a in upon the i i ihjip1" resumed for u Nicot to i ill r 1 .1 the Man Forward abruptly. I Ilijin of no rond four in the j shortly Fiflis Jou left he wild. May i five a tardy a Vrh for your hip Cousin of the same met can it lie i Iii eye1 Chin ing. Kill i nov he brr bunds. So that Hunt von Tui Zicht Porter she a Kurt and that is Why Jou St need or inc is of bind will. Liiro temperature deemed injurious Notts in Eydi Iida this is Tho Corn total for k. ss.hzs1of Vonty tit to it h i h. K. . Of aft or Bonk do not Only that the above in True or and h. B we Bstok. Cahier. And to 5nh Dar of 191r. Walter she swoop. Comm Mion expire Jan. 21. Notary h. F. A h. H. Derby. H by and of Commonwealth in my fou Wolni to of of awl the in with it fat Amend Mcton Alt in Ftp of which a held und upon Elu ton no in Nikon found in Calm trs and in a tiny null i Lily Hon Ted Dwelli trs in Northi in in Winter. The dry hot Nemo stif to induces and nervous Verll is drying find of the Ekin and mucous Meyhr finds. To Tho within Hutu at and within which u Day. In do ing to tie trespassed on the Garden itself and did much Dot Mage to the Grent annoyance of the owner. To put the effect of this Brief discourse was spite the Effort of our agr cultural in planting a much increased acreage in 1917, not Only there a very Inree failure in wheat hut the porn failed to mature proper a and our com our dominant crop i Iii or. Hoover wrote in concluding his report that All millions of our people agricultural Well As Urban vrho have contributed to these results should feel u Verj ref Wilde Santl ii Tion that in a year of Universal food Sori up in the North pm hemisphere nil of those joined together of Amol Jer Nany Dine through into of tie coming in nest Zenith and san Iirth fully maintained but with Only period of hardship. Is Dimi Ull to distil Cuish various sections of our Tomps Public rating Iii pcs. Food indies. Urtin or cur cultural populations in use Wmk or cell for re suits hut in one " 11 done i mint part of the american instantaneous and remarkable. Throughout the congregation loud whispers of Len me a let me had half a Gib me a Uick Al til were heard. Apparently everone put something in the Box. The Rev. Sam Small Smith surveyed the coins with a satisfied smile As he remarked a done Tole Squire Jones Dat none of my lambs was guilty of Sech diabolical that ought to count. The kids who Piny football in the lot next to the House we just moved out of into .1 place which has no vacant lot next door which won t make so Musili difference in the Vinter time us please. The kids that play out there Are careful about elicit Ilij. Nobody under ten years of Ace allowed to participate. We overheard the Cross of it Neva candidate the other Day a. Whicha Doln Here prowled one of the crowd you Ain t my enough to plan football How old arc mild the in Linn Volunteer i Nln t but my pants is marked not there. Snid mrs. Simon to who had Eric till come to boart with her i m anxious to have Jou try tins Turken i have tried replied the mag Istrate and my decision is that that re liken has proved in colds is said to be in indoor it clop to this the lad destroyed the dwellers in a hot dry atmosphere Al though a similar effect does not to be associated with the aridity of. Dwelt shrine and this enraged the koreans. Titiev set fire to the House and the won t kick. "1 no afraid of this Daylight Sav ing As Brors Sij fumbled at i front i door fit four o clock one morning it. Because they won t Stop with wet policeman flashed his Light on Horn und Ting the clocks Fth Ltd they will be then sold monkeying with the thermometers Here you can t open your door next. What will we do if they put to that s it about to kill the owner when a Force Down to 00 degrees in the holy Orosi Purlg. Of police dispersed them. I Winter i smoked my Latchkey i newspaper if
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