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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania8 the agitator wbll8boro, pa., wednesday february 6, 1918. Akot Heb week of Wak. Ffuunu7 of the Hewi since on inrae. Monday s news. With the american army in France a German barrage fire at Sundown saturday opened the heaviest bombardment of Many Days along the american sector the american Artil Lery replying Shell for Shell As the fir ing of the heavy guns spread along Kilometres of front. Two americans were killed and nine wounded during the bombardment and one suffered Shell Shock. It was ascertained that the Amer ican gunners wrecked several of the enemy dugouts and so badly damaged the first line positions that at one Point the germans were Una tale to occupy them sunday. When the bombardment had reached its greatest intensity the germans concentrated their fire at two Points throwing about 250 shells into a town in which the Headquarters of a certain regiment Are located and which heretofore had been immune to enemy fire. American troops now Are occupy ing a sector of the Lorraine front in France. This announcement is permitted by the military censor. The fact that american troops were in the in Lorraine was re yelled by the German War office three months ago. At that time according to an official German announcement the americans were on the front at the Rhine Marne canal which inter sects the Battle line near the German to order due East of Nancy. This announcement was made in the official report from Berlin of the first Ger Enan raid on the american position in three americans were killed tub wounded and 12 captured. The Eastern end of the Battle line to France and Belgium runs through French and German Lorraine. French ii Orraine in which is the american vector is included in the departments of Meuse the capital of which is ver 12 4c pot roast toc flank. 7r rib a soup Bone. 1r, Bologna mas8eladd6 matters. News of the part week gathered by on reporter. Mare Landa feb. H. Dewey who was operated on for Gall stones at the Gajeton Hospital one Day last week is getting along As Well As can be expected. Mrs. E. M. Day has gone to a Phila Delphia Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Nora Dewe Yand son Harry of Watrous visited relatives Here last Friday. Mrs. E. E. Turner of Watrous who is ill with pneumonia is improving. Harry Mengee s Little daughter la 111 of pneumonia. Fred w. Danka who has been 111 a Long time is now confined to his bed right along. H. H. Champney who has been at Binghamton n. Y., and Butler Hill for several weeks returned Home recently. Mrs. Jane Champney la visiting at the Home of her daughter mrs. Win. Prouty at Watrous. The proceeds of the recent school social at the Watrous school House netted about a birthday party was held for miss Vivian Schanbacher at her Home last saturday. Mrs. G. H. Mccracken who has been ill several weeks is now Able to be around again. Jay Mccracken who is employed at Gaffney spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. G. H. Mccracken. G. H. Mccracken has purchased Irvin Lewis s farm which adjoins his own. Earl Champney and family and Lawrence Prouty of Watrous visited relatives in town sunday. Quite a number of our residents Are cutting and hauling mine props for which they receive Good prices. They Are Cut out of All kinds of Tim Ber from 5% to 8 feet Long. Guy Dewey of Hammondsport n. Y., was called to Watrous recently on account of the illness of his father p. H. Dewey. Miss Jessie Dewey has been visit ing her sister Amy Dewey who is teaching school near Nelson. Mrs. A. R. Mcconnell was called to Hammond snort recently on account of the illness of her daughter mrs. Mary Woodruff. Add son Eggler of new York City has been visiting relatives at wat Rous and Vicinity. Miss Violet Kern who went to Watrous to work last week was taken ill and had to return Home. A son was born to mrs. Otto Butler recently. Glen c. Ripley who is suffering from spinal trouble and was at the Blossburg Hospital several months for treatment returned Home two or three weeks ago and seems to be get Ting along As Well As can be expected although he is obliged to Wear a Plas Ter jacket to support his spine. Mrs. Fred Hurlbert took her in Fant son to the Galeton Hospital for treatment last week and remained there with him a few Days. R. B. Smith who is suffering from tuberculosis seems to be on the Road to recovery. He was at the Mont Alto sanitarium several months but has improved faster since he returned Home than he did at the Hospital. A dance was held at Carl Strait s last wednesday evening. A number of people from Watrous attended. The Watrous sewing Circle met at the Home of mrs. A. B. Barnhart last Friday. Grant Mattson of Galeton has moved his household goods into the Barnhart House on bloody run and expects to bring his family Over soon but cannot do so at present As one of his children is ill of pneumonia. He is cutting mine props for c. W. Kjel Gaard. been received Here that mrs. Hannah Smith Mother of Post master m. M Smith of Gaines who is visiting Lier daughter mrs. Minnie Orange. Or fell and broke her hip recently. John Simmons an assyrian spoke about conditions in his country the massacres by the turks etc., at Marshlands and Watrous last sunday. He has been in this country about sixteen months. His talk was much appreciated by those who heard him. Xae Kion cow test Becort. The following gives the names and records of the cows in the association which Hare produced More than 40 pounds of butterfat or 1200 pounds of milk during the period of 31 Days ending Jan. 15, 1918 owner Wall Garrison f. 0. Bly Wall Garrison Leigh Everett Leigh Everitt Lloyd Smith Lloyd Smith Wall Garrison Lloyd Smith Leigh Everitt f. O. Bly Leigh Everitt Leigh Everitt p. O. Bly Noel card Wall Garrison Frank j. Allen Leigh Everitt Lloyd Smith Lloyd Smith w. H. Garrison Frank t. Allen Noel card Breed g. Guernsey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Guernsey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey g. Jersey a Jersey g. Guernsey g. Holstein g. Jersey g. Jersey Reg. Jersey g. Guernsey g. Holstein g. Holstein age 5 8 b 45 3 3 5 3 4 b 1 8 4 6 7 4 3 8 4 5 7 5 6 6 Ralph a. Kenneda. Official tester. When fresh nov. Dec. Nov. Sept. Dec. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Sept. Nov. Oct. Dec. Oct. Oct. Dec nov. Oct. Nov. Dec. Nov. Oct. Lbs. Milk 1323.7 1162.5 1047.8 923.8 933.1 799.8 1097.4 1041.6 902.1 936.2 973.4 771.9 895.9 992.0 855.6 964.1 1134.6 .693.7 750.2 775.0 998.2 1119.1 1097.4 percent. A bal. Fat butterfat 4.4 4.s 5.2 5.8 5.5 6.4 4.6 4.8 5.5 5.2 4.9 5.8 5.0 4.5 5.2 4.6 3.8 6.2, 5.7 5.4 4.2 3.6 3.6 58.2 55.8 54.5 53.6 51.3 51.2 50.5 50.0 49.6 48.7 47.7 44.8 44.8 44.6 44.5 44.3 43.1 43.0 42.8 41.9 41.9 40.3 40.0 l. V. Smith Secretary. Great future will be Beautiful for us and we shall meet again death of Geo. Ransom death of mrs. A. B. Marsh news. Little Marsh feb. Ran som aged 60 Jears died at his Home in Chatham Jan. 30, at p. M. He was born in Farmington aug. 23, ib54. At the age of 12 Jears a moved with his Mother to Chatham had since been his Home. On oct. I he married Nellie l. Treat who died june 27, 1887. To the Rii were Boris three children All of whom g. Ransom of Passaic n. J. Mrs. Ford e. Howland did Kuffa t. Ransom of Rochester x. On oct. 17, 1888, he married Ellen l. Carl who survives him. To them were born six children Jessie e. Ransom and Thomas l. Ran som of Rochester n. Edward Harold and Robert at Home George jr., deceased. He is also survived b one brother Thomas j. Ransom of Clymer and one sister mrs. Sarah Clark of Chat Ham and three grandchildren. Walter Hawkins is ill mrs. C. M. Fuller is visiting at a. H. Rice s. Or. And mrs. Adelbert Parmer at tended the funeral of Geo. Ransom on sunday. Mrs. A b. Doane died suddenly of heart disease in Westfield on Satur a night. The funeral will be held at her late Home on wednesday at 2 p. In. Why soldiers believe in future life. One of the prize winners in the con test i believe in a future Lite held by the american Magazine says in Iho february Issue his miserable corruption of if i Don t come Back will to Seo other "1 could Only nod in head. A asked. Why do think so was in re i v i know that god does t Forest people life in t a find we Aren t born to live As As this world lets us and that end it nil Rome Duff or Whf in fun t know me in t Mcninc to try to blow to up and i m not Roiner to to find beat him at it when pm it be Coors friends if in i Typo Oor to each other and 1ft that pm it nil. Future is ions and full of Hope of Haitos to to better a i and do Blacer things Tou and i Pel to do As we plan. But let s not Frel fld. For comp think tells to that if we do our Best in the hard Days to come the general news. Chief events of various states and countries briefly told f. Fish aged 82, of Ottumwa la., has invented a torpedo to destroy submarines said to be effective. Southern Pacific Railroad announces that men have joined the colors since War was declared. Spoor an master Ger Man has been sent to fort Oglethorpe for the duration of the War. First Canadian aeroplane engine has passed rigid tests. A thousand of these engines will be built this year. Hundred and sixty thousand turkish troops of the reorganised army of general Falkenhayn sent by the Kaiser deserted. Soldiers in France will have a new mask within a Short time to combat the latest German said to be powerful. National Banks with the name German in them have applied to the controller of the currency to have the name eliminated. Of Illinois Indiana Iowa Ohio and Kansas have made an Appeal to Secretary Mcadoo to have the Corn crop on the railroads moved or much of it will be lost. Wilson has Given approval and support to the nation wide Campaign for which the National Council of the boy scouts of America will wage in february. York is a Large Farmer. It owns and operates 42 farms in connection with its state institutions aggregating acres which pro Duce food for approximately people population of Continental United states on Jan. 1st was 105. As estimated by trea sury department experts who calculated the per capita Money circulation at on that date., has been the Hanking Natlyn of the world for Many years and London until very recently was the world s financial Center. That Honor for More than a year has devolved upon new York. Plan to form an army of women to work on the farms of the state was announced in Albany by mrs. H. C. Campbell a termer s wife of Melrose. She said it is backed by the National Council of defense the y. W. C. A., the National Field and Garden club and the women s University club of new York. Czar Nicholas and the czarina Are to be brought to Petro Grad and placed on trial on charge of treason. An order for the trial is to be issued by Leon Trotsky the bolshevik foreign minister. It was stated that the former Monarch will be. Allowed to employ counsel and that the hearings will be Public. A severe storm that swept Over Lake Michigan a Large number of wild geese were sighted. The largest flock was seen at twin River Point Lighthouse. The flock consisted of More than 300 geese. The geese were confused by the Flash of the Light and broke the Tower Glass one half Inch thick. Government is going in for shark fishing but not As a sport however. It is going after this Aqua tic monster that the skins of the Sharks May be tanned and used As a substitute for leather. J. W. Ford Ham a new London. Conn., Black Smith has made 10.000 shark Hooks in three different sizes for the government. Spendthrift or Thrift. Frown was a Man with Many friends. And the dollars came his Way. A better fellow never lived his neighbors used to say. But sometimes those who were most sincere would gently take him to task i believe of d give your Money old Man. To any beggar who d his daughters spent with a lavish never been taught to save a thing was valued not for its Worth but just for the pleasure it gave. At last misfortune came to their Home. And forced them to drink of her cup it went very hard with the folks of Brown for they had t a cent Laid up. Across the Street from the Home of Brown lived a Roan by the name of . In some much like or. Brown Tho people used to but Here was a Man who looked ahead. And prepared for the Rainy Dav. Tho family All had saving accounts including Tho smallest a so the children were taught to make and and to he was t Tucht or Only insisted Thev show death of John widget. Successful Farmers from Millerton. Millerton feb. 4. The Farmers Institute held at Mitchells Mills Fri Day and saturday was Well attended and very successful. County agent Perry was present and took orders for a Large amount of seed Corn. John Widger who was taken to the Willard state Hospital some time ago died at that place. The remains were brought to this place and the funeral was held Friday burial at Kelly Hill. E. E. Dailey and j. H. Seely have secured employment at the Morrow Plant in Elmira. F. M. Lutz of Union is in town on business. Rev. John Darrow is ill. Miss Florence Updike of the mans Field Normal school spent the week end at the Home of her parents. Fred Johnson who is in the u. S. Army stationed at Camp Meade visited his parents or. And mrs. Chas. Johnson last week. Mrs. Lena Miller attended a red Cross meeting at Wellsboro last week. Harry Allen has sold his place to Charles Little and will move his fam ily to Elmira about March 1. The Traver school in West Jack son is closed on account of Scarlet fever in the family of Winnie dem ing. A daughter was born recently to or. And mrs. Clarence Greenwalt. Woman s shop Good warm blankets that Are a Wise investment for you. The prices will surely be higher another season but so Long As our present Stock lasts these will be sold at the pre edit markings heavy full size Cotton blankets 50, and Wool Nap blankets to two pairs Wool blankets and one pair Wool blankets Maish comforts 50, 50, and very and one half cases pure bleached Long fiber Cotton bats. 25c values 18c each. Half Case 30c bats 20c each. Advance styles in new Spring suits and Coats we now have a Good showing of the new Spring styles. Newest colors newest materials at moderate prices. Every few Days we receive additional shipments. We will be pleased to have your opinion of these latest arrivals. Finkelstein Mack Penn a. Quit studying German. The Board of education of North Dakota has just taken worthy action by barring the study of the German language in the schools and urging the substitution so far As possible of Frenchi and Spanish which will in future be of far More practical Bene fit to americans. Now that we know the German language has been used by the propagandists As a vehicle for the spread of Teuton we Are justified in condemning it. The a paper published in Leipsic Germany openly states that there has been a Strong organization for the very Pur pose of perpetuating the German Lan Guage in this country and others and that it was subsidized by the Berlin government. It declares that the object was to preserve intact the German language and separate civilization and to unite the people of German blood every the scheme to Germanizue America was to be promoted through German in the churches and schools German papers and books German music German clubs and in Fern to handle it Rucht. At Remc to Thor door. She did to the Homo of Brown. And though it part Ovid the Pood polyp Joy Worp not whole fast Down. Tor had comr thins Tho Brown Ltd it a to the bitter rup air Earl Jouve what it the had to nov Laid up and Camp. Coming to Wells boo Pennsylvania Coles House Friday february 22, 1918. Hours 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. United doctors specialist brings the knowledge of a great medical organization and their experience in the successful treatment of thousands of chronic disease cases offer services free of charge licensed by the state of Pennsylvania the United doctors is an Organiza Tion of reputable licensed for the treatment of certain diseases. They Are All specialists. The United doctors treat without surgical operations or hypodermic injections diseases of the blood skin and All internal organs rheumatism Sci Atica tape worm leg ulcers weak lungs and All Long standing deep seated diseases. Thirty five ears experience and the Complete records of thousands of cases successfully treated prove that the methods of the United doctors Are right. They were among the first to to called surgeons each members of Tho United Doc tors staff has at his command the now ledge and resources of the whole organization. Many people to on suffering from that can be alleviated just be the in not afford to it to prof of it a distance from Horroc no Community a sufficient number of Miff rows from Tho is to support sep Oil hospitals for to their to Ament and cure Tho 1 in Ltd doctors told pm Tho problem their he Chi Trainer cps from Clarc to place Disarno a a of try Iii it for the in Earh Cionni Dudt a7id train them How to Curc of to at Homp. Fri i fun Lown men or a Ninon no what ailment 7i a i a n l i n try what on Lif ii told or o 1 i l nth Phi inns. If en1-" Joti Amiblo will of it him upon this it mar rip in must corp Wini their Hull Nils and minors with their parents laboratories Milwaukee Wisconsin. How peace will come. Camp Gordon Atlanta ga., feb. 1 Only one Way is peace possible and that will be after the United states and her co belligerents have driven Germany to her thus former president Taft declared in an address to soldiers. The War has not been or. Taft said Germany has in her pos session Belgium a part of Northern Franca holds Serbia Rumania pol and and the Baltic provinces and peace now even were it made upon the basis of no annexations no indemnities would fail to achieve great purpose for which the Allied have made heart rending sacrifices. The Man who proposes peace he continued either does not see the stake for which the allies Are fighting or wishes the German Mili tary autocracy to control the Destin ies of All from abroad. We must use More cot Telegram. I advertised letters Wellsboro p. 0. Roy Baker mrs. Roxy s. Cole 2 j mrs. Bertha Kennedy i or. Charles Losinger f. P. Taj Lor a. 1 a Vanwert m. M. Wellman i mrs. B. A. Young if riot 1 called for in two weeks they will be sent to the dead letter office. Otis h. Davis p. M. Kwh for Hickory Iron Wood Tod Oak by Cord. Or in the log. D. W. Jan. Log wanted. Beck and Maple four foot hard Wood. D. W. For ankh Wellsboro. Jan.2.918-tf. Flat top Oak desk in a 1 condition for me at a bargain. Walter l Quimby Over lira Stook wanted. We Ante and saturday 1918. Hachett Market Price paid. April 24. Klock Salesman. Wanted to solicit for oils greases and Paltu salary or commission. Address the Tarvey Oil co Cleveland farm help wanted. Good farm baud wanted. Good Job Leander l. Geb Mledd Loury Center u. D. No. 1.__ House for Sale. House and lot on Toga Street 5 City water Large Garden. Price in quire of w. A Van Horn at Flat National 8-tf. Lua 0. Schielein office and in Block. Main Street Welu Boro. Over feed store. Office hours 2 to 4 p. A. By appointment Bell phone. Stook waited. I will ship beef cattle Bologna Umbus from Well Ebro Block on saturday. Feb. 9th. Highest Market c Louis Kendrick Jan. 5. 1916-tf. Weisboro. R d. No. 2. W. D. Vedder m. D. Physician and surgeon. Special Atten Tion paid to treatment of chronic of use of electricity and other methods. Office 10 to 12 a. M. 2 to o p. M 7 to 8 p. M Wellsboro a. Both horse and buggy for Sale. Black horse Woight about 950, Good Driver gentle and sound also a roil top linux Ger and All for Sale at Leon Wellsboro a. R. D. To or Bell phone Mol b 12 feb. Cows for Exchange. I have a Jersey and one full blood Guernsey cons both fresh and both Young which 1 want to Exchange for Good Grade Holst is fresh address c. E. Shaff my dds Bury Center pa., r. D. No. Agents wanted. In Wellsboro and to Ivinity to solicit or Ders for men s Salco clothes from factory direct to nearer at wholesale prices 0. Box 522, Philadelphia b-3t Cash for strictly fresh eggs. I Hare a Market for this kind of essm. And cannot use any others. Do not bring soiled or stale eggs. Remember that any egg Over a week old is not by fresh. D c Smith no 11 Mcinroy Street. Need of More sheep. The raiment of one Soldier is of More Wool than average 20 sheep grow in a year for the shearers to remove. More than the entire Wool production of the United states will be used in clothing and outfit Ting our says the department of agriculture. Raise More is the suggestion of the same depart ment and that May in a year or so he changed from a suggestion to an or Der. It has been shown in the Coal business that suggestions of that nature did not suffice to keep the Homes warm and the machines going. And All know the government orders have replaced suggestion to hurry along the Coal. Here Are some of the warn Ings of the department of agriculture which May he changed to orders later on Only one farm in seven raises sheep. There Are fewer sheep in the United states now than in 1914. The Wool production was pounds in 1910, 290. Ryz tools in and pounds in 1917. But the amount of manufactured in 1914 was pounds and in 1916 it was pounds. This year is will not be possible to fight the War and Send ships to get so much Wool Colts for Sale. A Throe old and .1 four year old Colt a Nero i a Are offered for a Floc also two Young Well broken All in exceptionally Fine a 3 Lech be Tioga pn., r a no g-3t fuel contract. The Del mar school Board will it font Stonyfork graded school House on saturday february 1c ims at 10 u. In., for the purpose of Lett Iuar the fuel contracts for the year i fils. Charles Rupard Secretary n eral Assembly in such Rase made and pro Hereof fail not witness the honorable Sevellon f. Chan president judge of our said court at Wellsboro. Pa., 21st Day of january d Edson j rat Lin prothonotary. Frdd s. Husted. Feb. Sheriff save your soles can repair satisfactorily any rub her Boot or shoe no matter How badly worn or damaged. We can also vulcanized rubber soles on leather shoes. We have just installed the newest Type machine for doing this work. Here is the Man who does t refuse to vulcanized soles on your boots or shoes. The work he does is so Strong and Slick that you can t make the slightest kick. And when he Dies he fears no coals because he s saved so Many soles. Save your old rubbers and boots Wellsboro garage jin.23 8. A word to the Wise and contracts made for plumb of. Steam it Atung roofing tinning Ete. Vii kinds of materials in Stock. Come and me. Before you invest your Money Tynt blog in my line. W. S. Mitchell main Street Weisboro a. Feb. A 1p15 bring in your car. E. C. Hawk and l. E. Webster have bought the gee garage on Ivearl Street. Bring in your ear and let us give it a careful overhauling is the time be fore tin Spring Rush Beglis careful and work by experienced mechanics our service is right All work guaranteed. Hawk Webster 10 4t. Colt for Sale Zzz a Black gelding coining four in june weighs about 1.2qo i no broken sound and very kind Stocky built and a Hue in ital All round. Will sell at a bargain if Yon Don t want this Colt i have a ten year old horse weighs and a Good worker which i will sell at a bargain address ii. Smith Mansfield i a r d. No. 1, or Farmers phone. If you want to sen for Jon self come to my firm Between Whitney Villi. And Cherry Flats in rim Leston. So of drs. Lotus a. Aal Helen i. Lyon. Osteopathic physicians. 37 Pearl at., Wellsboro. A osteopathy is the treatment of disease of All kinds both acute and chronic b adjustment of the structures of the body with the Uso. In Addi Tion of All other modern methods that Are of value. We would Call attention to the great Success of osteopathy in the treatment of the Rii wat a associated with High blood pressure which Are common in Middle and later life. Catarrhal dear Eta Hay fever and other nope and Roni i int treated by the new method Dure. 9 a. A to 6 p. A phones july 15-1 j for Sale or Exchange. A farm of Sti acres about half cleared Good House and barn on main Tine creels Road Between Ansonia and a nine the Are Worth More than the or Lee 1 for the whole Farjou will of estate of w. A. Mitchell. Letters on he of w. A Mitchell late n n tit Ofhie of hint i ii Iii 11 Lipil i into in to i my n Tion in . Robril. Ilidio m a. R t Fine farm Home for Sale. Turin of i till 1 r v not 70 if u i it 1 k Ilice f in i i c i 1 Lori re ii of s r of v i both t i f 01 j j 1 t f i n i i i t i f met r. 1 ii l it t s Trie 1 u i r v 1i n r 1 fit n r i "1 by 41 f t ill in 11 is r in if n i r in to f 1 i 11 i 11 i r h i i 1 n r p n i f h r 1 a. W. I c t a news paper spa erf

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