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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitato a Wellsboro pa., wednesday december 11, 1918 annual financial statement of the Board of supervisors of Jack son township for the year 1918 k. K Dali Jim Collator. Or. To in Linci do on diinllciih1. To Duple Sitf for 4x11144 to till i k Cal Lehir or. By ill Nncy Piid in b Iii Init 11 is cute lit i pit rent ill wont by Tim r cent refoutt1 by it 2 Jer cent by col Hocti int Pur i it r per cent m 74 Jbv Ulni Ciui no nil i it Iliili Sitf by on . Noo 00 i total we. The the Bovi Sinei ii Iii and find them Correct. To the four kno Hartge and belief. To. It Smith r a. Mitchell Jaeyoon tonn slip. 2nd. Fills executor s Sale. Notice is hereby coven that the Niider d. Surviving executor of the estate of Isaac f Black late of Morris. Pa., by Virtu of in order of the orphans court of Tioga Lon nov in. Dated september 23, will on tuesday december 17. 101s at two o clock p. M at the front door of the courthouse in Wellsboro. Pa., expos to Sale it and sell to the highest Neil Best bidder All the Fol lowing described tracts of land situate in Morns tonn shop. Tioga county. Pennsyl Vania namely b first tract All that lot of land in Morris township. Tiona county Pennsylvania bounded end As follows beginning at the Northwest Corner of n lot of land surveyed to Robert Wilson theiste by said Avilton. One Hundred perches to the line of land deeded Liv Fisher to George Blackwell and Enoch Blackwell thence by said i bin Orwell nest eight a perches thence i stones i thence South 201 rods to stake Ami atone in North line of warrant it ii thence on said Tine South 80 decrees and 25 min utes West h2 rods to the place of begin Ning one half Rod Northwest of Inni Rook. Containing 118.097 acres. Excepting and reserving therefrom the three following described lots of land 1st. Lot deeded by Isaac f. Black and Emma e. Black Hla wife to kills m. Parker deed dated april 15, ism. And recorded in to Lorn county. August 20, in deed Book 03. Naife 545. 2nd. Lot deeded by Isaac f. Black and allele c. Block. His wife to f. H. Ankor it deed dated May 3, Litho and recorded in Toga county september 5, if Lori in deed Book 12fl. Page 253. 3rd. Lot deeded by Isaac f. Black and allele c. Bunck Bis wife to Charles Fenney. By deed dated May 3, 1.900, and recorded in Toga county. June 2, 11113, in deed Book 143. Page 401. With the appurtenances on said tract or land Isis Long of Large hotel building a store 252 b300 to .1. 10.112 Hobt Campbell 10112 supervisors salaries mex a. W Butler Victor Johnson .400.00 Trvin Borden 305.00 note paid tonal payment on Crusher 700.00 temporary loan and interest paid miscellaneous auditing of damages 13.00 collector s postage Bill. Supen sors at convention 4.48 printing stationery janitors services insurance Premium state tax on loan prescribing for Paul by Jane Osborn 20.07 5.00 7.1 00 total in Treasury till Lillne a hotel Ham. Ice House Sheds. I and other outbuildings. Fruit and Orna mental Trees thereon and Well watered. I a Bat la. Aci to third tract. Road duplicate All that certain lot of land situate n Morris township. Tinea county Pennsyl Vanla bounded and described As follows North by the Public Highway leading from the Isaac f. Black hotel to Hoytville Enst by tiie Public Highway leading from lib Erv to Wellsboro South by the right of was of the Arnot and Pine Creek Kail rond and West by lands of w. W. Tate now or formerly with the appurtenances consist ing of a store building used a a store and restaurant. Terms of Sale ten per centum of cur Chase Price to be paid on Day of Sale bal s on amount tune Cash a Ned treasurer Lia Jance due or. Or he fun a a-i7.22 ase Price la Pipiu i our. Uni once on of Sale and delivery of deed. Or. H. G. Fortner. Surviving executor of Isaac f. Black deceased m. A Kollker Esq. a and Norman b. Leslie Esq. Wellsboro. A. Attorneys. Nov. Estate of Charles Graham. Letters testamentary on the estate of Charles e. Graham late of Millerton Toga county. Pennsylvania having been granted by the Register of the said county to Edith Graham of Millerton. In notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and nil persons having claims against said estate a re requested to present the same to the undersigned. Edith Graham. Nov. Executor. Tuta ii airy a Willard. And t017 accounts. Rain Nee due dec. .1. ,.sl.wil nor. Land returned 111.21 paid treasurer balance. Total liabilities and resources. Liabilities. Loan unpaid total resources. Due from collector due from Tinea county Cash in Treasury total w ,220. 10 liabilities Over resources 7fi7.riti we. The undersigned have examined the above accounts and find them Corn it. To the Best of our knowledge and belief. Andrew j. Dort r d English. k. Campbell. Dec. 3. Ni8. Auditors. Copyright 1911. By Mcclure twi paper Syndicate aside from any considerations of he really was As True a Patriot As any in the Didham longed to join the colors and lamented the Youthful books shyness that had made him too astigmatic an to eyesight to be of military Pic. To his country. This secondary feeling of discontent in Tim Ftp was frankly due to the fact that he Felt completely mib cd in the Olive doting. Circle of his own family snubbed by the Young women of the Community by whom Mother assured him he was regarded As quite a catch. For the Tittle comic Unity of Harden was with in Short Nuigi of an Encampment Ami Warden doing its Best to create a Tilesi rutile Home atmosphere for the boys in Khaki. Meantime Man who still wore Gray Cheviot or Blue Serge or Pepper and Salt Busi Riess suits were negligible. You Don t mind not having any sugar on your baked i aul was assured sweetly by his Mother at break fast. We Are making Apple pies for the canteen this morning and those apples were so tart that we had to use All the sugar we had on and when Paul his Mouth in a pucker put his hand out for the sugar bowl for his Coffee his Mother passed him n Nice Little Jug of syrup a during him that he was going to enjoy using that in place of sugar because they had used practically their entire quota of Cut sugar and they would henceforth have it Only when they had Soldier boys for dinner. The boys just love his sister assured him and it sewn a pity to use any substitute in then with moisture in her be in France so soon the least we can is to let them have our and Paul gulped Down a soggy Bullet of a Corn muffin and sipped cautiously the insipid mixture of his Coffee. Occasionally however Paul was assured that he was a perfect that was after he had signed a Check for his Mother for the red Cross or Evhen to had paid the blot for a Hun Oia nerd treatment but that she would have to think the matter Over before she could prescribe. Meantime Paul went Home encouraged and doctor Kate cultivated the acquaintance of Paul s sinter and Mother. She had suspected something and she found it to be True. Then she Laid out a plan for a cure and proceeded to apply it. But the cure did not come in Uny Pill Boxen or Medicine bottles. The first dose was an incl it Talon to dinner at her in the pretext of meeting her Mother. And doctor Kate watched with satisfaction that was not nil professional As he accepted were Umade with is much heat us the Hoo ver regulation watched him eat the dessert to make which she and her Mother and foregone sugar for two Days. Doctor Kate and u wonderful Way of finding things out for Paul himself never told her about his socks. But before Muny weeks had passed he was m Tully bringing tils socks stealthily to doctor Kate s Mother who assured him she had h perfect passion for darning and since her own boy had gone to the front she had Hod none to do. Then Kate prescribed some sort of1 electrical treatment for her patient that Hail to be administered Ever morning in her office before breakfast and she assured him that the Good effects of the treatment would be off set if he went o it afterwards without eating. Having breakfast with Doc Tor Kate and her Mother therefore be came part of treatment. Panl the ills Case was spoken of As a Feather id the cup of doctor Kate Pratt. Gos sip had it that he was in an actual decline when she took him in hand. No one knew just what the treatment had been but it had required Many Many visits and the fee that was handed Over to the red Cross As a result was enough to buy All the yarn that Marden women could knit up in a year. And the funny thing was that when Paul sued for doctor Kate s heart and hand and gained them both mar Den women Folk were a Little peeved even to Paul s own Mother and sister it s always that Way with eligible the girls old age starts with your kidneys old begins with weakened kidneys and digestive organs. This being True it easy to believe that by keeping the Kline you and do Kestle organs Cleanna and in proper a orc or old can be deferred and life prolonged far beyond Tomten Joyed by the average person. For Over 200 years Gold medal Haarlem Oil ban been relieving the. And disability due to advancing . It is a Standard old me Horny remedy and needs no introduction old medal Haarlem of la incl sed in odourless tasteless Conul Nink 5 drops each. Take them an you would a Pill with a Swallow of water. The Oil the kidney action and organs 3 throw off the Pogoni which cause premature old age. New life strength increase As you continue Tow treatment. When completely restored continue taking a or two Day. Gold medal. Haarlem of Cap Sules will keep you in health and Yir and prevent a return of the do not wait until old age or Dis Eam have settled Down for Good. Go to your druggist and get a Box of Gold medal Haarlem Oil capsules. Mon refunded if they do not help you. The Vii Sixes. Hut remember to ask for original imported old medal Brand. In sealed packages Why Russia any other of government would present Many difficulties if not impossible. A last Point to which i Wanh to Call i attention is that from the first hour of the revolution the Republican idea made extraordinary Progress in the minds of nil classes writes capt in a in Scribner a. I live among rus i sluts and could therefore watch its growth Day by Day. Men of letters i and men of business Nie chants flan i clerk lawyers Sun them one after another come to the same i Way of thinking. For the first weeks if seemed impossible to of a j conservative turn of Nind that i should be n russian Republic. Said our country is not Repp for one. I think of All the hard experiences i which you French went through before the Republic was really at Home in France and yet your people Ore highly developed while ours Are and i so on. These same men have now come round Little by Little to the re 1 publican idea. One reason is that any other form of government would present Many difficulties if indeed it is not impossible. The Romanoff dynasty is discredited to say the least it is not conceivable that it should be reinstated and there Are no other available aspirants to the throne even order that we Inay keep our pro fms mental perspective and Thunga they really Are. Would get rid of them. There should be in the organic every state nation and City a to banish from its bout Dai a common nuisance and pest Ftp Erous demagogue and disturber of tfc6 people s political darting piercing sciatic pains give Way before the touting effects of Sloan s liniment tired pounds of Candy for a sold or spread at the canteen. He was a Nice too sometimes and was assured Attiat he was one by some of the girls in the Home town can pet them and pamper them for years but the first Nice girl from out of town is the one they for Marden failed to How Piti fully susceptible Paul Dedham had be come As a result of the neglect he had suffered. Wear your Button it is evidence that you have placed your stamp of approval on the excellent work which the am Rich red Cross has done will continue to do. Good the red Cross badge of membership is a Delight to the soul of the Man in Khaki or Navy Blue. He knows its True significance in War As Well As peace. So do the thousands of american mothers and wives and Sisters who have had their loved ones with the colors. So do the hundreds of thousands of men women and children of War torn Belgium France Italy Roumania Serbia Russia Palestine and wherever red Cross work has been going on. It is up to every Man and woman in free and Happy America to see to it personally that the american red Cross continues to carry on its great work of love and humanity. Com the red Cross to Alyou need is a heart and a Dollar a. R. Moore s 5 and 10 cent store. Max Bernkopf Bro. First National Bank a b. Finkelstei the woman s shop. Finkelstein Mack Wellsboro electric co. Frank Pagan Peter Fischler Ralph Roff son Joseph Phillips son mrs. Lillian staub millinery shop Harry r. Atherton Tay f. Howd Tioga county savings Trust co. A. W. Lowell j. J. Davis this space contributed by Vandegrift s millinery shop r. J. Dunham w. L. Horam j. M. Fenicchia Dartt Carriage and Auto co., inc. Wellsboro roller Millers Geo. C. Broks proper. 0. H. Evans Auto co. Chas. E. Fullwood mrs. E. A. Bryden. Millinery Parlours Fred c. Williams Mathers March w. A. Hamond Smith s shoe store h. A Blatchley Israel Cohen Smith a Book store the s Smith proper. R. F. 10 15-cent store Geo. H. Derby Chas. A. Focht co. R. W. Bailey co. Siemens furniture store the great Atlantic Pacific Tea co. Frank r. Fischler Louise stir Hon s. F. Channell f. J. Campbell Etner s bakery r. D. Jones Market White front of Fern a Simoni restaurant the Wellsboro agitator the Wellsboro Cra Tette once rather vied with each. Other to meet him on the Tennis court but to earn that title he had to sit for an hour or More on someone s front porch holding Hanks of yarn or winding them from the backs of chairs while he was actually deserted for a Man in Khaki. If you should happen to get any thing the matter with his slate r told him one in Ornong when he was feeling especially dejected Over the Cook s most recent attempt at War muffins i do wish you d let doctor Pratt have a try at of course that i want you to have any if Yon and on inquiry As to who doctor Pratt was he was informed that Doc Tor Pratt was Kate doctor Peters being a skilled surgeon had volunteered for the War and that Kate Pratt his Niece just from medical col lege was going to handle his practice. And she has quite a lot of Money so she is going to give All her fees to the red Cross or to the canteen or something. That is confidential of course hut i have it on Good author Ity. So it would be awfully Nice if you did get something the matter with you to go to her. She s been quite successful. She set Priscilla s Chow s leg the other Day and the blessed dog did t even whimper and she fixed one of the soldiers Ankles at the ser m up club dance. He was dancing with that fat Baldwin girl and she tripped him find it strained his ankle and doctor Pratt fixed of course she did t charge for i to Paul there was something odious in the idea of letting a woman doctor prescribe for him but he kept his opinion to himself and merely made some comment on Priscilla s Chow and hoped that he was much better. Meantime he had a new worry. He 1 was wondering How he could get his i socks darned for his Mother and Sis Ter knit Soldier socks now to the Dis regard of the darning Bug. At first he had bought new socks As he needed i them but tie had now accumulated three or four dozen pairs and it did t seem the Best solution. He was wondering whether he could arrange i with some seamstress to mend them without letting Mother did t want her to feel offended of course. So Paul s spirits and his appetite waned and before Long his Mother and sister noticed 11 lagging note in his step and a stoop to his shoulders that Hud tint Ticen there before. He neglected the unsweetened apples and the Coffee with Corn snip and they decided he and no appetite. Well any any. It will be a Case for doctor his sister told him and booms Paul was actually becoming alarmed his own dejected condition and there was no other do Tor in the place made a special appoint ment for consultation and went her in old doctor Peters office. Paul and Renelli cd before Tiit tin re would tie Dlf Tii unties in consulting a woman but the difficulties were different from those he had sex parted for doctor Kate proved to be a most Radiant and bewitching owing woman who How sent a Rune thrills Cir sin through one s when one s pulse. My fur i she my to i Lay her Golden frowned Little lie id heft in Luvirt fur full three min utes it it Jiniv to find out the suite of that but in win. There were in this new Nib or at least she inking him though she received a fee for doing that was More than any woman and done the Encampment was established near Harden. She told him that he army since april 1, 1917, the army of the United states has been supplied with overcoats Woolen Coats pairs of Woolen Breed Les and pairs of Woolen socks. Motor trucks to the number of 17.988 have been sent Over seas and 9.860 motor ambulances been provided. Supposing that the nation wished to i return to a monarchy. I anyone who1 feels inclined to pro j ounce judgment upon the russian revolution should Bear this in mind the old regime was so detestable that i any new one even if far from perfect cannot be worse. From the military Point of View which is of course what la most interesting to Russia s allies the former system or want of it had so disorganized the whole country that it was becoming More and More difficult to carry on the War. It if hard to see How now either the russians or we of the allies can suffer the change because what has been thrown away was absolutely worthless. That should always be in our minds when we Are inclined to criticize Russi in so do those rheumatic twinges the loin aches of Lumbago the nerve inflammation of neuritis the wry to wac the joint wrench the ligament the muscle Strain and the throb but Bruise. The ease of applying the Quickner of Relief the positive toe Linns and the Economy of Sloan s liniment it universally preferred sloans kills 30c, 60c and f 1.20. A by cough and Core Throat can be quickly relieved by temp s bal Sam. A few cents invested in a bottle will amply repay you when you have occasion o use. Used by thousands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Soldi druggists everywhere. We joined have when you have that Button pinned on your coat you can look the whole world in the face feel proud. It Means you have answered present to the red Cross Christmas Roll Call for 1919. It Means that you have placed your personal stamp of approval on the work of the greatest Mother in the world and that you have Given her the moral support of your membership. Red Cross work must go on As Long As americans Are under arms across the sea As Long As the results of War pestilence and famine afflict the world the need for the red Cross will exist. America has never failed in doing its full duty now is Universal member ship in the red Cross. Floh com the red Cross your window v Oil you need is a heart and join put your Flag in Wear to Button will you be ing your Mem ship Button the Hoys borne a. R. Moore s 5 and 10-cent store Max Bernkopf Bro. First National Bank l. B. Firth Ebstein the woman s shop Funkelstein Mack Wells Bro electric co. Prank agon Peter Ralph Roff son Joseph Phillips son Lillian staub millinery shop Harry r. Atherton f. Howd Tioga county savings Trust co. W. W. Lowell j. J. This space contributed by Vandegrift s millinery shop r. J. Dunham w. L. Horam j m. Fenicchia Dartt Carriage and Auto co. Inc. Wellsboro roller Mills. Geo. C. Brooks proper. 0. H. Evans Auto co. Chas. E. Pulpwood mrs. E. A. Bryden millinery Parlours Fred c. Williams math crr March w. A. Hammond Smith s shoe store h. L. Blatchley Israel Cohen Smith a Book store the s. Smith proper. R. F. 10 15c store Geo. H. Derby Chas. A. Focht co. R. W. Bailey co. Siemens furniture store the great Atlantic Pacific Tern Frank r. Fisc Jer Louise Suhr Hon. S. F Channell i. J. Campbell Etner s bakery r. D. Market White front restaurant men Simons restaurant the Wellsboro agitator the Wellsboro Gazette jews paper i in few spa Peri
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