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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe Attl Tator Wellsboro pa., wed Nejdat August 28, 1918. Twenty fit Cento Well spent Only 26 cents will for 28-Wora and to Tali column one week 39 will carry a 35 word and and on. Thousand people will read it maybe some jul respond lust some will to Tala and. And agitator Wellsboro. _ _ a word to the estimates and made for plan in id team betting roof inf to Olin Etc. A kinds of material in Stock. Come and see me before you invest your Money la in 11 feb. 8. 1915. Main Street Weisboro a. Wellsboro cemetery company. The annual meeting of the stockholders the Wellsboro cemetery company will be held at the Borough building on Mon Day september 2. 1918, at 10 a. A. For the purpose of electing a Board of Man for the Ang. 4-3t. President. Estate of Charles d. Mark ram. Letters testamentary on the last will and of Charles d. Markham late of township Toga county. Penn Sylvania having been granted by the registrar of the said county to m Alice Markham of Potter Brook pa., widow of the deceased notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons having claims against sold estate Are requested to pre sent the to the undersigned. M. Alice Markham executrix. July 24-6t. Potter Brook. A. Notice of distribution. In top matter of the distribution of the proceeds of the Sale of the personal prop erty of Chas. Kastello. Sold by the sheriff at the suit of c. D. W. E. Davies. It Al. Notice it hereby Alvon that a hearing in distribution will be held before the court at the courthouse at a Desboro a on monday. September 2, 1918. At 2 o clock p. A. At which time and place All persons in interest Are required to attend and present and maintain their respective claims Edson j. Catlin Auk. 7 3t. Prothonotary. Estate of Beatrice Goodwin. Not re is hereby Given that letters Testa Mentar have been duly granted by the Register of wills of Toga county. Penn upon the estate of Beatrice Goodwin late of Middleburg township. In said county deceased to c. W. Sheldon. Of wicca. Tlora county Pennsylvania. Ana All persons who Are indebted to said estate requested to make payment with out Oftay and All persons who have Law Ful claims against the same Are requested to make the same known without delay to the or to Sherwood owl attorneys Sheldon aug 7 fit. _ _ _ _ executor notice to contractors. Pennev Vanla state Highway department Harrist org a sealed proposals will received at sold office until 10 a. A. A gust 30. 1818. When bids will be publicly opened and scheduled and contract awarded As soon thereafter As possible for the re constr ton of 7824 Lineal feet of one course Plain Cement Concrete pavement from 10 to 45 feet wide situated in Elkland Bor Ough. Loea county. Application no. Bidding Blanks and specifications May 05 obtained free and upon payment of per set upon application to state Highway department. Harris Borg. No re fund for plans returned. They can also be been at office of state Highway depart ment Harrisburg 1001 Street. Philadelphia Hartje Bill done a mob in Rich. And first National Bank _ Welm Ioro. A. To o Neil. We state Highway commissioner. Aus 14 3t. _ administrator s Sale. Of Charles d. Lewis Deveas of by virtue of an order of the orphan c ont it county dated August 17. 1918 the undersigned administrator of the estate of Charles d. Lonk. Late of Morris township deceased will sell at Public Sale at front floor of the Ron Houre in Wol liboro. On monday september in 19ia 2 o clock p. M n lot of land sit uate in a berth township. Toloza county. A described As follows bounded on the Eastern and southerly Sld i by lands of we. Maneval on the northerly sides by and the Public Road Leadine from Nauvoo to Texas. And on the Westerly Side by land of Comstock Ayers containing about one and three fourths acres of land nil cleared with a two store dwelling Bouse framed barn framed Carpenter shop and ornamental Trees and a Well of water thereon being the same land conveyed to the late warred Lewis deceased by deed from Albert r. Comstock wife and Toha bit Ter Trofe by a twins recorded la record of deeds vol. 131. At Ziaee 170. And vol. 14ft. At nage 337. and de by Warren Lewis to Anft Roeii d. Leulf by will registered in docket a Paire s8b. Terras of Sale 25 per cent of Tild lit time of Sale of lbs on confirmation of sate. Jambs w. A kits. Aug. 21-3t. Administrator. Court proclamation. Whereas Bon. S. F. President a Nam of the fourth judicial District of Pennsylvania comp own of the countr of Tioga has issued Precept to me directed for the holding of an orphans court court of common pleas general Quarter sessions and Oyer and Ter Miner at Wellsboro in and for the county of Tioga. Penn Sylvania on the fourth monday of sept Ember being the 23d Day a. D. 1918. And to continue three weeks. Notice is therefore hereby riven to the Coroner justices of the peace and constables in and for county of Tiora to appear in their own proper Irith their records inquisitions exemptions and remembrances to do those things which of their officers and in their behalf Appertain to be done and Al witnesses and other persons prose Tut Ink in behalf of the Commonwealth against person or persons Are required to be then and there attending and not to depart at then peril. Jurors Are requested to be punctual in their attendance at the appointed time agreeably to notice. Given under my hand and seat at the sheriff s office in Wellsboro. The 15th Day of August in the year of our lord one thousand nine Hundred and eighteen. Fred s. Husted. Wellsboro. A. Aug. 21 1918.61. Sheriff. Administrator s land Sale. Tiv Virtnie of in order of ten orphans court of tins i con nov a toil thi1 5th of ant Rosr 1h1k, Ihn Rydl to the undersigned a Ailman Huntor of Monte of m we plot Norton. Hiti1 of the township of Tio irn con nov in div of Jive. Him to mnki1 of the ring Bitite of for the of 1x11 on Friday. A first to 1q1r, of u p to f f Tel to Trio Buji Rhost Tim it in nip on Tho first lot pm innit t a lbs l in Ric Jinlong 1 1cm n Shin in it inf for not or nor of incl n of rrb Tran 1, to Iima of to Hijji -ini1 of Venin 1 and re in Folu Neq. To on Tift Frh he of her in Naff r of Tolj Jrsn the to list in Minn hollow Maul and of mini jul pm Jim it Lind i Huron on the Coli to Liv m try a and m Vit inr1t of lot if f t i tilt i Ifil the Dolly Varden gown 87 8usan Cla Ovett copyright by the Mcclure per in the attic Eleanor Brooke dived into the old horse hair trunk that had once belonged to the great aunt after whom she was named. She was look ing for and hoping to find something she could shape into a. Dress for the dance on the fourth. Whenever she was at a loss for finery aunt Eleanor s trunk had been a veritable treasure trove but so often had the girl gone through the contents she had Small Hope of finding anything that would be suitable for the party toward which she was looking Forward with More than usual anticipation. Aunt Eleanor s gowns were All of the heaviest brocades velvets and satins so stiff they would stand alone. She had never been tinted in Money As her namesake frequently was and Rich dresses with Here and there a time stain that had come from icon Don and were of a bygone style had lain for Long to the horse hair trunk under the eaves until Young Eleanor one morning pulled it into the Light. With Little exclamations of pleasure she opened the carefully wrapped packages and found herself heir to much that was totally insulted to her youth and Petite figure even in a Day when maids were gowned in costly stuff. But when one loves dances and has not the wherewithal to buy vanities the fact that material is unsuitable has Little weight and she always carried the Day against her Mother s More certain judgment of things fit and unfit. But if her gowns were not always what she should have worn that fact was lost in the pleasure one found in looking at the animated face and the absolute joyousness of the girl herself. For this Little Story is of a time when girls Young girls were not so sophisticated As at the present Day and their pleasures coming far apart made them All the More desirable simple though they usually were. This dance had been heralded for weeks. General Washington had signified his intention to be present Paus ing for a few hours in upper Marl Borough on his Way to Annapolis. Naturally everyone was on the jul valve and Eleanor Brooke forthwith went the attic to search for a gown Brave enough to do Honor to the Occa Sion she knew what she wanted and lovingly fingered the heavy brocade Cov ered with Pink roses and the under skirt of Pink Satin that had Long been her utmost desire. And More daring still was the wish to Wear the gown just As it was quaint in its Over dress and Watteau Plait. She Shook out the folds of Satin and held it against her height. It was Long very Long for great aunt elea nor had been a tall woman. But had also been slight and when later her namesake stood in her own room and twisted and turned before the Mir ror to get a glimpse of her Back she decided the Only change needed was in length. It was a Lovely gown and she would have been a very indifferent girl if she had not to Jean thrilled by the vision that peered half shyly at her from the Gilt framed Glass. It was the first time her face had impressed her and the Dain tily coloured Oval with its shining eyes framed in waving hair made her won Der if it really was herself. Her color flamed at a deeper thought which she tried to hide from her consciousness but it would Ortrude and at last she faced it. Would he like even to herself she hesitated to Call his name. For before All others she wished to appear fair in his sight. She gave no thought to other guests who would come from scented from the High Carriage. This was two Days before the Ball in t it too Luth Worthington whispered to her that night As they the stairs together Cousin John sent John jr., to Baltimore upon affairs of importance. I think it a shame. He might have waited until after the Ball. Although John told me nothing but death would keep him there is always the Chance of something happening. But even if he does get Back in time for the dance he will miss the Good time we Are hav ing and Cousin was certainly mean to choose this Opportunity for pressing Eleanor s heavy Henrt lightened after hearing this and she took her full share of the Gayety that filled every minute of the any and evening. Al though no coquette As were some of the other pretty cousins time did not lie heavily upon her hands Allan Bowie saw to that and Alee Worthington. Both Young men were bewitched and Between them she was kept fully occupied. The night of the dunce is she descended the stairs Breve in her Dolly Varden gown no mild among them All was lovelier and the two gallants be ruffled powdered and dressed in the height of fashionable attire All but came to blows in their Effort to win her favor. But mistress Eleanor minded not that. She accepted their admiration shyly which was most becoming but underneath her pleasure was the Hope John Eversfield would also find her Good to look upon. Yet. When they left the House Early on account of the roads he and not comp. And there was a tiny misgiving lest he might not be in time to see her in the wonderful gown or to claim the minuet he had begged for. Ruth pinched her As she was about to step into the Carriage whispering As she bonded her n Small package i wonder if you can guess what this is John Eversfield s Tom brought it. To dying of curiosity. Slip Back into the House and open it before grand Mother comes. There s and giving the girl a push Ruth stepped into her place and gave Back tit for Tat As the two Young men called for an explanation of Eleanor s sudden Dis appearance. And in her room the Karl was looking with fluctuating color upon a Pearl encircled miniature while she opened with fingers that trembled the note twisted about the slender Golden Chain. There was Only a line hut it made of life a Beautiful thing for it asked for that which she was glad to give. Over and Over she read the single line dear will yowl Wear this for my then she slipped it into the bosom of tier dress. With hesitating fingers she clasped the Chain about her neck but overcome by mod esty at so flaunting her Lover s Minia Ture for curious eyes to look upon she hid it among the ruffles of her gown and hastily ran Down the stairs a Radi ant thing that took away one s breath. Measure after measure was danced before John Eversfield appeared that night and when he came one Arm was in a Sling. An he told them lightly As he made his Way to elea nor s Side where he stood so As to Cut her off from the View of others. Tom did not reach Croome in he asked leaning toward her. She answered breathlessly. A Wear it but not before them Allt the co Jgr came and went upon her face. I could not with you not pres ent. I had no and she Drew the miniature from among her laces letting it fall upon her breast. It is different now. With you i have no fear of what is then he extended his hand As the slow music of the minuet filled the room and together they took their places. In the sight of All a Man and a maid promised to each other. Wet v to Ujj. X the setting Sun looks Oval As it drops to the horizon. The setting Sun As it drops close to the horizon up Peers larger than usual and Oval instead of round is explained by w. F. Badgley in 1 popular astronomy the enlargement he says is generally an optical illusion due to the disk of the Sun appearing close to the horizon which we know to be very far Distant. When the atmosphere is Dusty and hot however it acts As a magnifying Glass. The Oval appearance can Best be understood by drawing a Small Circle on a Sheet of White paper and placing a Reading Glass Over it. When the Circle is under the Center of the Lens it appears a Circle but As the Glass is moved till the Circle is near its Edge the Circle gradually becomes an Oval. The Sun As it nears the Hori Zon and appears enlarged usually becomes an Oval longer in breadth than in height because it is seen through the Edge of an Aerial writes or. Bad Gley. The air to a Small height is in a condition to magnify objects and has been so All Day but looking upward its thin layer would have Little effect whereas looking through it toward the horizon the effect would be increased about sixteen times by the increased depth of air looked cattle eat nuts and die Why Unshelle and uncoiled food should not be fed to live Stock. Because of the shortage of fodder in Holland Farmers have been feeding their live Stock with nuts and As a result Many of the cattle have died and the health of a Large percentage has been affected seriously. Frank w. Mahln United states Consul at Amsterdam writes that All kinds of substitutes for fodder have been fed to animals. The death of stall fed animals has been frequent and is attributed to spoiled or other Wise unwholesome food. In Many such cases the animals have been freely Given acorns chestnuts and beechnut Unshelle and uncooked. All of these nuts it is averred in their natural state have poisonous elements especially in the shells. It is said that horses have died within two hours after eating raw and in consider Abl and intestines being fatally experts advise that nuts be fed to Stock in limited quantities not More than a kilogramme 2.2 pounds at the utmost Dally and then Only after they have been shelled and boiled care be ing taken to throw away the boiling water. It is remarked however that nuts can be fed More freely to pigs than to other animals and that be sides they Are very fattening. Doors placed near Corners Why openings in rooms Are located to give most Wall space new hotel for Lima Peru. The Congress of Peru by recent legislation has provided for an up to Date hotel in Lima to be constructed under Georgetown. Alexandria i the supervision of the National govern balt More and Annapolis on horseback and in great coaches drawn by four horses. Four horses were always used upon state occasions and what More important event could there be than this Ball the first after the declare gon of Independence there and been j much rain and the roads were deep and the maids in and about Marlof Oligh watched the Clouds and prayed for a South wind that would dry the j mud while the Young men of the county made the Assembly room Brave with j rings and greenery. Even with greatest interest Eleanor Brooke watched the Clouds for she j lived a Long was from upper Marl Borough and was to stay with her i grandmother at Broome Over the fourth and for n Little visit thereafter ment of Peru and to Cost not less than the site set aside for the hotel is government property located in the heart of the City and is to be acquired by the company constructing the hotel. The need of a modern hotel in Lima has been keenly Felt by the travellers for some time says Commerce reports. During recent years the number of commercial travellers and tourists vis iting the West coast of South America has More than doubled and Many of these have found it inconvenient or even impossible to remain longer than n few Days in limn because of the Lack of adequate hotel accommodations. In All but the largest mansions the doors of rooms Are placed neat the Corners Thrif is in order to give on the Side of the room where they occur the largest possible Width of Wall for furniture. Were they in the Middle of the Wall there would be very Little space on either Side except in the Case of really Large rooms. On the other hand doors Are not usually placed right in the Corner. Such n position would give a sense of squeezing when entering so the door is placed a foot or so away from the actual Corner. The door itself too. Is hinged on the Side where the greatest length of Wall is so that when ajar any draft entering is broken by the Wall at right angles. These positions and devices have been arrived at As a result of Long experience and Cen Turies of building and designing. How dogs Trail masters. Stories Are told of How a dog will find his master when All human Means have failed. They nose their masters i out by their scent. That is Why you should let your dog Chew the slippers a Good Day s work. Lesmes Strong los Benns yes there was the Chance her father would j term no to get on the Pood Side of the to a of and hone of of How More i Litton i from Erin Flor n tilt in of to f n a cd Nelp a Tel or Riv Fram attn it 7 to in l r. N t or t in mtr the Tel weight in. Will i a was i too pounds to Minn is i sold la fore. I nni1 hauled for fill i Worth and i n wore muscle Tom. A Joii see 1 am in pretty Good novel bed for paralytic. One of the Grent problems in certain cases of spinal wounds with paralysis id How to move the patient sufficiently to make his bed and tend Hla without increasing his sufferings by moving him. The new bed solves the problem. Surrounding the bed Jost at the Edge of the mattress is a rectal Jirar framework of hollow my till Pip ing. Connecting the two parallel nip Broad of webbing wretched across the mattress and on these the patient the fro Short bides of the the Ona at the head of the and the other fit the foot Are connected by geared wheel with a vertical Kupel Tufit by a trophy turn Long a handle St the fiend or foot of the bed the framework with Uja put Lent lying on the webbing can lifted off the without position fete inc changed in the Laearl in arty their Walrus feast eskimos have solid repast when Ono of these big creatures has been taken. Among the Smith sound tribe of northernmost Greenland the fun orate diet is a Ulriich ment kit Hugh Green in popular mechanics Magazine. When one of these utile null has been her Phoneil and after a struggle sometimes lasting Ninny hours. Is tin ally dispatched car Cass is towed to the ice Edge and hauled out for butchery shoulders flippers and sections of the trunk Are hurled under a pile of stones to guard against the depredations of thieving entrails Are ruled out and fed to the famished wolves which form North Greenland dog teams. Follows then the feast. For entree a segment of the outer Flipper has been saved a Little stringy As n Rulp but of n Peculiar Roneid flavor exceedingly tasty to the native palate. The Cryn Turp s stomach May con Tain several Gallons of clams. One rip of a knife and the yellow Lumpy Broth foams out Over the Snow to the immense Delight of the Hunters. Instantly All turn to and Swallow great Mushy ten Fuls of the repulsive half digested mess. By this time the pot is on and some thick lumps of meat and fat from near the Backbone Are boiling with frag rant to the Eskimo doors. Much ment hns already been devoured raw by those too hungry to wait. Men Are almost full. Sleeping skins Are spread. Tales begin in sleepy droning tones. Brother a bit of mum the most delicious part one suggests. At which a Young Man rises and goes out. Presently he re turns with the huge tucked head. Dan gling from it is a foot or so of thick White Windpipe. This is Cut into Short lengths apportioned out and eaten with the greatest gusto. The More Bonds the less taxes every Man helps himself and his country by buying Liberty Bonds. We must All do our Best of thin rat we can do without which seem Nemceu Tiei and yet Are really get into the fight plenty of storage places woman who hat made Home into a veritable House of a thou Sand one Little woman living not far from new York says Harriet Sisson Gulles ple in the Mother s Magazine has been Able by he expenditure of a moderate sum of Money to transform an impracticable Clos Tiess dwelling into one in which housekeeping is not Only a pleasure but where the problem of storing away clothing has been satisfactorily solved. Among her friends it is known As the House of a thousand which is nearly if not literally True. Every Little cubby Hole below the shingles has been utilized for closet space. There Are Hanks of closets on both the second and attic floors to say nothing of a Cedar closet with Sun and air and electric Light for the recep Tion of the owner s choicest posses Sions. Some of the closets Are Cedar lined others sheathed with matched boards of North Carolina Pine Well she lacked to keep out the Moths and frequently sprayed with a liquid in which Oil of Cedar plays a a printed list of every article contained in the drawers and cupboards is tacked in Plain sight in order that the frantic search for inanimate things that seem suddenly to have taken wings and flown away May be entirely obviated. Find his Way Home if he gets lost or find you if of get lost says our dumb animals. You should preferably let him get the scent of your shoe to any other part for the worn leather has n Peculiar odor. When in escaped con vict is tracked by bloodhounds they in variably Are Given the shoe is a clue and the dogs Seldom fall to truck Quarry Down so next time you see your dog gnawing your boots you won t be quite so annoyed. New York Quebec. Quebec City is older than new York it was founded in 1608 by Samuel de cram plan whereas the earliest Date that can be set for the founding of new York is 1610. New York Bay and the Hudson River were discovered by verrazano in 1524, and the discovery was followed by occasional visits of trading and exploring vessels until the arrival of Henry Hudson in 1609, one year after Champlain had built is fort and chateau on the slope leading up to the Heights of Quebec. Begin Ning with 1610 dutch merchants Dis patched several vessels to engage in the fur Trade with the indians and in 1614 a ship commander Adrian Block having lost his vessel built rust or restless on the shores of the upper Harbor of new York. About the same time a few huts were built on the South end of Manhattan Island. In 1623 the country was erected into a province by the dutch and the seat of government was established on Man Hattan Island on pact of the site of the present City of new York. Dutch Rule commenced and continued until september 8, 16gi almost one Hundred years before the British acquired new France or Canada. 1 How a drop Falls. L did you Ever wonder How n drop of water Falls to watch a drop of water when it fall to attempt to Pene trate the m Cret if an or cure science huh governs moving fluids. The Experiment Best showing the action of a falling drop Lime he made by letting a drop of milk fall into Black 1 Coffee. When the drop fulls a Crater forms around it and Little drops Are projected from the Edge of the Crater after it lid Wiur Tim in in sire and in thickness the Rater i Wirs and widens its rolling brim while from the Impact la liquid by the in ital drop i collects it the top of the column. Then the column Falls and i Dlyn hrs in the Center of a circular Ripple of Witt planning his Carter. Or old Robert n desire to follow in father s foot Steps of tilt it his r Imreh Elrd him Ink inc his Pirner Pic Nee. Ood. Make me n com tint then n goo Law yer find in inert me on the so 1 prone Bench. Tran i script. Cana for carrying medicines. 1 to a to carry Medl j without Nide be the 1 ease a Cane has invented in j which there is a tubular Metal i both japanese steel production. Through recent investigations by the mining Bureau Sayi Commerce he it Learned that the total producing capacity of japanese steel Mills was 8s8.000 tons. In round figures. August according to the Japan Adver Tiser. During the first half of the past year 288.000 tons of various shapes were produced m this country exclusive of the colonies. Of this amount 200.000 tour were produced by the government steel works. The Japan steel tube co. Turned out 22.000 tons the Japan steel works tons the Kawasaki dockyard co. Tons and the Karna Shl steel works. 10.000 tone the advertiser quoted officials As baying that at the end of the Pait the products of those Mulli reached 570.000 tons net. Compared with the Preu Dine Jear is an increase of 50 per cent. If this rate of increase . 1918 will a further la create at least to tons net. Accounted for it. Charles was limited into the Holso of a neighbor to inspect a by per haps one Jena younger than his own brother of whom he was proud. The neighbor to Plannie him. Claimed the a fishy to his brother. Charles Hinl to admit it too polite to Din put p with Hon elder remarked thought fully Well of course it s a 1917 a my Taka. These Here Are Are wow if you had t told me i would thought they Rooming by Edward Bok. Editor of the ladies Home journal. Earn time a new Liberty loan is announced we should Hail it with plea ure. For years we have used phrase As Good As a government Bond As indicating the safest invest ment possible hut before the War it was impossible for the average in Vestor to secure a government Bond an Issue was made but it was so quickly subscribed for by the Bankers that the Small investor had Little Chance. Now we All have a Chance and a Chance at All that we can afford to buy. To will of course be argued by some when the fourth Liberty loan is announced that Thev have not As paid for the third loan Bonds Tor which they subscribed. That May he Tnie but that is no reason Why we should fail to subscribe again. Before the fifth loan can be issued we will hav paid for the third loan and be gun paying for the fourth loan Bond that we subscribed for. Thus if we go on we will have a distinct part i1 each loan have each month p it a Surv n sum for the Best to vestment o Earth have acquired the hah of saving and when the last loan announced and we shall have part of that and paid for it we Sha find ourselves in Possession of n col Lection of Bonds that will make n proud of the share we took in the in and have a comfortable nest egg the bargain must do our Best. Never really. Was there such stimulant Given us to do without to and save not Nelv saving for our hons and helping Hie to fight but it is ins for them they come Home and Savin for or selves to there. In Ming Minn. Prouder Parent than that father Mother who when h s or her or comes Home from serve nor his countr can open a drawer and pull out a Ner Little package of l Hert a Lonn Bonds that is what we mean by keening the Home fires Burnine " he Hackins i our by of Ting our b the Only Point is that we should chair the latter to doing our we done our hit in the past Loans i this fourth loan we should do pm we want to be Able to show our boy a Hon ii or two or three n each loan not have him ask o did t von Eft in on the it in t As. If we can t do it. We car if we veil Only set our minds to the 1ob of real saving there Are there is no quicker Way to and h Tuut to make it possible for our govern ment to throw into it every that we have the moment that Pru Milan War lords realize this fact they will come to Ali eur senses. And the Only Way to bring this about for you and me to do our part and to do it fully. This Means to loan every cent we can to the government nothing Back but give it our All. M in t a question of when can Twe the War it is a question of when Yem or i can end the War. It is what Yow and i do. It is the drop of water multiplied by millions that makes the a Flange. It is what you and i do our Small Way that multiplied by millions makes for a United strength pc before which nothing can stand. The War we will but when we win it depends upon us. It Ean t be two soon for we then let s get Busy Mil Busy and save and to our government what we save. Of Thines we can do without we seem necessities and Are real luxuries our Hoys Over there a Dolne without them and offering the lives besides. We Are not asked tie latter All we Are asked to do i to do without Here something and there Sony ethane. And he Dolnic we Are patriots and All the Tler while we Are Adl deed patriots we or inv Shne our Money in the safes thing on Earth and pet tins a Eood Terest on it in the pm renin. Frank 1 can von beat it " it is Someth no ask b Man to give Money without return and he a a nor of rut in la Herov inns govern Merit that a shall loan is his Mone safely guarded and at b and still he is a Patriot must lend or be taxed. Another Point we must to Kent this whole matter Simrils on an economic a Nils thnh the More or these we Bur rho lest taxes we will have to thin Ern Menf must have the Money to keep up the War and feed ant to he minors this Vear it Neon Noii Flop. 000 too thl amount it Metis zot from the people if the people won t loan in Bonds it must take in hence the More we loan the less win have to save. It s All a question of saving Savinc Savinc and never was their n better time to Hecla than now with the Erv Bonds is in it Inchon the who no rend Nam eve with whih to buy the to tin Man hot the government Hove other i ii spa of men to Lonn it i min Nev his Trio tiny Here with and there ult n Quarter it n the finest kind of to c up to on non try the that we m some of self Ilonis to the that n the Hank the we want to draw bin Bond with it Tennet tin next inter we in month by month that is Vojir Box Over Tilini the keep him Terni my fit. And la Heln no int m the p of not taif von can he. Pin Awn ill nil the time get a of on them Buck for Hun. Million ind Lual s were part of the third that Imani lie in Ever ill of the population tilted states hut thir i no who lib the Rinir c of Irtoli Login thin not 1 hunted in one in Ihrie penning in the Rii Ted s ats and Finnell Liat in the United states Squill own a Bond in Nuj the mate of in in of the Herman if Thev made to that every one the on Hunt i a millions of Amerl were determined to beat them unit they a fort All invested with the one to beat them would the War continue another year1 unlikely most of us each other or our when will your Back every cent you invert in Bonds sure to come Back and bring crop sales too the Only Way you will increase your in income is by making sure people have Money to increased prices for food the biggest buyer of foodstuffs to Lay is our government. It buys for soldiers and sailors it buys for ship builders and munitions workers. It buys for red Cross and y. M. C. A. To buys for starving millions abroad. The Only Way the government keep on buying is by raising the Mon through Liberty Loans the fourth Liberty loan will go of september 28th. If you buy your full share Yoti Are making certain that the government and All the peo ple have plenty of Money to buy food. Backed by the nation s wealth. When you buy a Bond you do not any Money you merely lend my lend it on the Best Security in he world Back of your i Hertz Bond ire the entire resources and All the health of this country. The Only Way Bond can be no Good is to have United states of America go oat f naturally font in my to happen when you buy a Bond you do not rive away your Money but you male sure of an income a regular income Wace a year for the use of your Loney. The government pays Yon in wrest Murp Bonds von buy the Ore interest Gnu get you sell your when you Btry a Bond you get a Safe investment one Yon will always he proud of. Each Liberty Bond you buy will give government enough Money to by 22 bushels of wheat. If Yon should have the wheat to sell can turn around and sell the govern ment that 22 bushels and thus Back the in Cash. The net Rendt la that Yon now own your Bond a regular dividend twice a year the government and you have Tow Money from your wheat Hes idea. Is safer than Cash. When Yon buy a Bond you Don t tie your Money up. But Yon get sold or readily borrowed on Bankers would rather lend on l Berty Bonds to most anything else in the its much Roo. To he Ible t sorrow on la Herov hands Tjian to 10 on _ How you lend Money. But info Bonds is easy As Hull no postage Stnons your or your Trust come nov will get be Bonds for vat fix it so Yon ran for theme Silv i l it once or in several Over Nett three Mon to to pop them snap for you thnh Nephi m thief nor zip can harm pro i a v 1v the Home. Buying t n h r As Milf t to and your family is it n n in up to Coli Irv. Hill met i iv1 i Irine Snee to the the it on p. Are coing to Sec to it he never gets to s to Farmers. 1 Rescili n i i it lie it it Mil Tinnil Despai Tenien Hix hex Roen i Jap them to in in wheat growers in we Alia Kin do la Emall buckwheat in sold. Co n meal Row in Barley flour us will he p a lot too. Spa Fri

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