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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wellsboro pa., wednesday february we Are now prepared to furnish syrup cans sap Buck ets spouts Etc. When these Are gone we will not be Able to buy any More. Get them before it is too late. Hardware successor Gardner Walz fuel contract the Dilmor school Board will Mort at hip Stonyfork graded school House on saturday i at 1" a m for Tho purpose of Mil ii tit Znoj contracts for the year 1918. Charles Repard estate of Ivan e. Allen. Notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to the estate of Tho late Ivan e. Al Len to the same at once and nil per sons having claims against said estate Are requested to present the same to the undersigned w. J Bailey agent for mrs Ivan e. 30-3t a wort to the Wise. Estimates and contracts made for plumb ing steam heating roofing tinning All Kyndi of materials in Nock. Come and me before you invest your Money knit hone in my line. W. S. Mitchell main Street Weisboro a. Feb. A 1915. Estate of w. A. Mitchell. Letters testamentary on the estate of w. A. Mitchell late of Mledd Lemry town Alp Tiora county fir. Dec eased having been granted to w. S Mitchell of Welu Boro 1 a and Willis to. Mitchell of Toga a by the Register of said county no Tice is hit Ohy Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons have nor claims a Salust said estate Are requested to present the same to the undersigned w. S Mitchell Willis e. Mitchell Jan 10. 1918-fit Etc tutors sealed proposals. Pennsylvania state Highway department sealed proposals will by received it said office until 10 n m february 10, 1018, when will he publicly opened and scheduled and contract awarded in soon Tuere ofter is possible for the reconstruction of 173 Miles of Ilei in forced Concrete if Tut while situated in Delmar township. Tif in county on state hug liner route to 22 bidding and specifications Tuny lie obtained tree and plans upon payment of per set upon application to state Highway apartment Harrisburg no refund for Pena returned they can also be seen it office of state Highway department Vilarr Laborg 1001 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Hartje Bullpl not. And first National Bank building i j t o Nebiu Stenti help Hwy commas Lone Jan. 23-4t______________________ proclamation in divorce. The Commonwealth to Erwin a Osiier Janet lip Anna mouser did on the he Day of june a l prefer i r petition to the turf of the court of common pleas for the county of to can Ptim Juan ii my Btij household hatters. To prevent our doctor gave us the following directions Lor the care of our Little who has always been subject to Bevre colds and croup. Jittery morning when he gets up Wabu his late and Throat in cold water. Dry thoroughly rubbing Well with the hand or with a Towel to establish brisk circulation. Keep Nim out 01 doors As much As possible Juon t afraid of a Little wind or cold. Keep his feet dry but Don t bundle up his Throat too much. Put ii Only enough wraps to insure Corn tort. U Jou apply compresses or poultices at night take them off he gets up in the our Little by had been having colds of a More or Jess serious nature every two or three weeks. In fact he would hardly recover from one cold before another came on. It was a matter of great anxiety to us. We went to work with the treatment prescribed never failing to give the cold water treatment in the morning first folding a Towel under his Chin to keep the clothing dry. Though there were Many changes in the weather the Little boy did not have another severe cold throughout the Winter. Same treatment is excellent for preventing sore Throat. Let me emphasize the importance of thorough drying and rubbing after the application of the cold water. Available each year for emergency uses. If there is Only a Little skim milk make cottage cheese from it and use it at Home. Many Farmers have skim milk enough to make cottage cheese for Home use and to Supply families in near by towns. The United states department of agriculture urges that the cottage cheese maker and the cot Tage cheese user get together. Cottage cheese can be used alone in salads As cottage cheese loaf and in Many other attractive dishes. Turn waste skim milk into a Valu Able meat substitute. New England Yorkshire pudding. I often wished to have on. My table the famous pudding which accompanies the roast beef of but in my modern american Kitchen i had no Way of suspending a roast Over the Batter while cooking. Be sides my taste ran to Light Fluffy. Things made with baking powder and my one attempt at Tising the old eng Lish recipe for Yorkshire pudding turned out a heavy soggy affair one Day i used a Little ingenuity with my recipe and since then the pudding has been a Welcome addition to a roast beef course in my Home. I take a pint of Sweet milk a Pinch of Salt three beaten eggs a teaspoonful of baking powder and enough flour to make a Batter of the consistency of Pancake Batter. I pour about one fourth of a cupful of hot Gravy from the roast into a hot dripping put the Batter in letting the fat Gravy spread to the sides of the and then i scatter More Gravy Over the Batter in Little puddles and bake it Twenty minutes in a hot oven. Cut into squares with a heated knife and served with the roast beef As hot As possible it is very palatable. Beans. A delicious change from the Ordin Ary method of cooking dry Beans is made by stewing them until Well done then adding a cupful of Sweet Cream. Of course the Cream will soon sour and hence but. A Small Quantity for one be added at a time Many people object to the use of dry pole Beans be cause of their dark color but they Are none the less wholesome. The Cranberry and other varieties of these Beans Are of much Richer flavor than the Navy and do not require so much cooking to Render them digestible hamburger loaf. Put through the meat chopper two pounds of beef and one Pound of Salt pork mix with three eggs one tablespoonful each of Salt Pepper and Sage and form in a loaf. Bake one and one half hours in a in which a Little water has been placed. Baste often Ulrith Soevig r. Inn i your proper n fore o if j Lilu Wells uni at tip court of on Juon 1 icis then1 to for tin Sild Louner. Tin foist the mond 1 of i Iru Irv n to in str the Pipit Ion or 111" 1 of than l Ann i Raisin cake. One cupful o f butter two and one half cupfuls of Light Brown sugar. Cupfuls of sifted entire wheat anti Ved the old Ervin flour six eggs two pounds of seed Mosier. We less raisins two level tablespoonfuls and Ippi in in of ground cinnamon one cupful of Maple Sven and two heaping Tea spoonfuls of baking powder Hub the butter and sugar to a Cream add the syrup and the ground cinnamon stirring them Well together next add the Yolks of the eggs and beat for a few moments. Sift a Little of the flour Over the raisins and set Suie add the remainder of the our a Little at a time to tha mix Ture in the bowl. Beat for five min utes then add the baking powder i Miv thoroughly but do not beat stir in the floured raisins and last of All fold in the Well beaten Whites of the eggs line two medium sized tins with buttered paper and bake in a rather slow oven for an hour and a half. Planned reign of tee Eok. Plot to destroy eight Hundred naval officers to Cupple american sea Power. The Wharton production of the Berial Phot Draina the Eagle s ii to in which William j. Plynn the recently retired chief of the United states secret service exposes the plots of the kaisers spy army in America during the past three years shows the perils which now menace the people of this country. 1 he first three episodes were re i Cut in presented privately at the j strand theater in new York before army and Navy officers judges Public i Otil trials and prominent citizens and their families allot whom were deeply interested a the revelations made and the Force of the dramatic 1 Story in which they Are interwoven. The first episode reveals the a Chiu nations of count von Bernstorff captains von Papen and boy de and or. Albert the leaders of the Imper Ial German government s spy system in this country at that time which contributed so much to the Success of the plan of the Imperial German j naval staff to sink the Lusitania. It also shows the famous Lusitania medal this tragic souvenir designed to commemorate the sinking of the great liner bearing the Date of May 5, 1915, was struck off and distributed in Berlin several Days before the vessel was sunk. It had been plan Ned to torpedo her on May 5, but As she was unexpectedly two Days late in leaving new York she did not reach the Point off Ireland where submarines Lay in wait for her till May 17. The Imperial German Nav Al staff was so sure its plan to sink the Lusitania was certain of Success the great Victory was celebrated ahead of the actual event. The demand for War on Germany Over the Lusitania sinking immediately became so pronounced that her diplomatic representatives Here expected it. In fact they evidently had anticipated such a situation de fore the ship was sunk and had Laid their plans to Start a reign of terror in America As a diversion and an a paling example of Imperial Ger Many s War Power. One of these plots was to blow up the hotel Ansonia in new York on the night of the Fleet review Ball which took place Friday thay 14, 1915. Over eight Hundred of Amer Ica s leading naval officers would be present. Their deaths would practically cripple a Large part of the United states Navy. To still further weaken american sea Power and As Ai added exposition of War horror the conspiracy to sink the flagship in the a arrows and thus bottle the Fleet in new York Harbor was entered in to by the generals of Imperial her secret invading army. They were far sighted in their plotting. If through any mishap Thev failed to blow up the hotel an Sonia and destroy the Fleet s officers they would sink the Connecticut after the review by president Wilson Mon Ria. Mav 37, 1915 this would pre vent the Fleet from putting to sea j if Thev succeeded in the hotel an Sonia plan they would be ready for the Fleet whenever it did attempt to sail Home card tells How the housewife can help the soldiers win the War food director Heinz makes Public latest program for conserving wheat meat fats and asks you to Send for receipt Book now it s up to the housewife president Wilson and Herbert Hoover have told us that food win the War and they have told us How to use the present Supply to make a War Victory possible. Howard Heinz director of the food Supply department Pennsylvania committee of Public safety and fed eral food administrator for Pennsyl Vania recently issued the text of the second Home card. The card has on it a full explanation of what the United states food administration wants you to do to conserve food. Read every word of it then read it again. Clip it from this newspaper and hang it in the Kitchen until the regu Lar pasteboard card is mailed to those patriotic women who signed the pledge card last november the food administration in Philadelphia will mail a recipe Book to earn housewife who signed the pledge card if you did t sign Send your name to food administration bulletin building Philadelphia. The contents of the card As announced b or. Heinz Are As follows Gli Tim w t i or i Marl Nitoiu. I ill in i fill in i r i i 1.1 off mid pro Ilou t i 1 in and a nerf t wills of h 4t Ali in of tinn Irv. It i my i. I i Ali Oil Phi i s i much rheumatism. Local druggist s no cure no offer attracts Many sufferers. If to Micro am am re Primatic a differ ers in town Wiio have not availed themselves of f Liovvi s Kucner Ous offer Thev should do so at one e to that if Theuma. The table now that Tho markets of n. Dangerous Dis count re Aro Well supplied it the has used the value of potatoes. There is no food which exact la takes the place of Tho potato when guaranteed prescription for Rheuma one is accustomed to it save n St it Tim docs not Pimp purchaser Inonu issued by the i United states de Quick and Joyful Relief he will return part input of urging an the Pun Hase Price without am Jib in leased consumption of this Ling or re d tape rheumatism is ease and am one who has the slight est taint of it should drive it from the svs Teni As Sochi As possible head Theuma did or this sufferer for five Vears i suffered with articular rheumatism having a Iii in s on in elbows feet and wrists 1 took Ever their i could get with no Relief 1 saw voter and and was at by in proved Nefores Lead used two bottle s a id was cured before 1 had finished the third i thank for Rheuma and to it i am free from rheumatism if am one wishes information from e i will write Thorn i think a Smirna is i Init help hider Luj Jilbert Street Sara Uso v y Good i Verv where sell Lirt of bottle is and Mizii sent for two weeks treat int mini Nelv Pei stars n. I d i nut to loss this is Sev of and other to the Ernp Dpi Ofifi Ocio fire Finis in s int inc it helps her to a nip to not Only is it use Ful from the esp with which it ii and the number of it Ible was n it of unto tips in the f it in lil pril and of our fut to a of Cervin with etts the Price to t toes Ehn uld nil to Pinne Uniac r i firt of the diet these conspiracies in connection with the Lusitania tragedy Are Verv significant to Many they indicate that at that time Imperial Germany and practically decided to fight the entire world and meant to strike Para lazing blows. U to the time of the frustration i of Plottel Ansonia plot these enemy spies had great contempt for the United states secret service to them this organization was in comp tent and inexperienced. They Sud enl woke however when Thev to feel a hand against them As As their own their plot to destroy the hotel Ansonia was a alkyd it Tho last moment and Thev then realized Thev were facing a Lani sprous shrewd and court to is so Thuv chanced their i plans and count von Bernstorff be came outwardly a tearful of the Kaiser s Friendship for the i United states the work of chief Flynn and the service in Etc a tins the hotel Ansonia con piracy and the plot j hang this in your Kitchen United states food administration Home card 1918 what you can do to help win this War our problem is to feed the allies and our own soldiers abroad by sending them As much food As we can of the most concentrated nutritive value in the fast shipping space. These foods Are wheat beef pork butter and sugar. Our solution is to eat less of these and As Little of All foods As will support health and strength. All saving counts for Victory the food administration asks every Loyal american to help win the War by maintaining rigidly As a minimum of saving the following pro Gram have two wheat less Days monday and wednesday every week and one wheat less meal in every Day. Wheat less Days and in wheat less meals of other Days use no crackers pastry Macaroni breakfast food or other Cereal food containing wheat and use no wheat flour in any form except the Small amount that Mav be needed for thickening soups or gravies or for a Binder in Corn bread and other Cereal breads. As to bread if you bake it at Home use other cereals than wheat and if you buy it buy Only War bread. Our object is that we should buy and consume one third less wheat products than we did last year. Have one meatless Day tuesday in every week and one meatless meal in everyday. Two pork less Days tuesday and saturday in every week. Means without any cattle hog or sheep products. On other Days use Mutton and Lamb in preference to beef or pork. Pork less Means without pork Bacon Ham. Lard or pork products fresh or preserved. Use fish poultry and eggs. As a nation we eat and waste nearly twice As much meat As we need. Make every Day a fat saving Day butter lard lard substitutes Etc Leas bake Broil. Doll or Stew foods instead meat drippings use these and vegetable oils for cooking in Stead of butter. Butter has food values vital to children therefore Sive it to them. Use it Only on the table. Waste no soap it is made from fat. Be careful of All fats. We use and waste two and a half times As much fat As we need. Make every Day a sugar saving Day. Less sugar. Less Sweet drinks and Candy con Taining sugar should be used in War time. As a nation we Hare used twice As much sugar As we need. Use fruits vegetables and potatoes abundantly. Foods Are healthful and plentiful and. At same time partly take the place of other foods which we must Safe. Raise All you can for Home use. Use milk wisely. All of the milk waste no part of it. The Chil Dren must have whole milk. Use sour and skim milk in cooking and for cottage cheese. Hoarding food. Any one buying and holding a larger Supply of food now than in peace time except foods canned dried or pre served in the Home is helping to defeat the food a minist Ulon in its attempt to secure a just distribution of food and establishment of fair prices. The food Hoarder is working against tha common Good and even against the very safety of the country. Hoarding food in households is both selfish and unnecessary the government is protecting the food Supply of its people. Loyalty in Little things is the foundation of the National strength. Dj9 loyalty in Little things gives Aid to the enemy. Keep the pledge. A inst the Fleet and the measures taken to frustrate them shown in the second and third up codes of the Kan s p never made known publicly. Nor even Covert la hinted at until repent la chief finn s crap Ted a most profound impression on All present Verv Streit eur Rinsho at this a Iii As to up presenta tips of he sent out the Vav to the s ret Ned lion of the nit re f a Ted to Ness dec he count the c in to ind to count von in r or v lire s advice. To Vav Ihnut in Collaer or milk save meat n farm ii ilk bears the signature of a gentleman on a Deh Vered an and he cent to the printers 7te had used the will known phrase no no Crown this gentle Man s handwriting not a plug legible. The Printer mistook the phrase and on the address appearing in print to the author s disgust it read cows no spa Fri for Nelv a nip into rot Rallon i naps 1 u in of Tbs t not Only by by from it can fit into our meal1 is to nip Nikorn than Ortt Fotofi a pop Del try of rep pop puch Wrev my rep on Ench of and Cpd in place of meat would Menn a Quarter of a billion to kinds More meat Ilmi Ukrin n enc d von sink ships Rorn t if de f v Fri ii p and Cave the sent n in is Leaf into the Imp rail German Ilov porn rpm in Thi of Unerv which fall no r Lols of to n Parton no Friend of and his Iiri redi Ito col Papon find or Flynn of Tho i Oien maps obtained a written he m in ode we h afro if n Erries of cropped num and Vole a Tholt the pc Cli lion nov is of. Pen oils Ftp of Sperl fic croup of numbers rap the put up the word on bit the top i with Phi a that Iii Stfan Tiftik d new had to by work pm out Ench was drip need this entailed labor before the problem was fun ally solved Tho imperil German a rents had Bers Best for the skin to keep the complexion Clear of blemishes the head free from Dandruff and the hands White use Glenn s Sulphur soap contains 30 per cent pure Sulphur Best for pimples and hives. It s a fifth toilet soap. Sold by All druggists. Hill s hair and whisker Dye Black or Brown 50c current note and comment the Art of knitting that once flourished in every Home is returning civil War prices in South. Preach and practice the gospel of the clean plate housekeepers should hip the stores to Cut Down deliveries. Local supplies this saves n-1 Road report to the nearest food administration officer the name and address of any person discouraging the production or saving of food. Do not limit the food of growing children. Eat sufficient food to maintain health the nation needs Strong people co operate with your local and fed food administrators. Take i Belr advice. A Joann Man who escaped from Richmond at the end of april 1.864, reported to the Philadelphia North american the prices ruling there flour a barrel Calico a Yard Corn a Bushel boots a pair sugar a Pound Coffee a Pound common whiskey a gallon for in Northern greenbacks and for in actual Gold. The of a Confederate sol Dier was known to be a month. The Tribune found evidently Comfort and amusement in figuring that wages for four months would very nearly Purchase a Pound each of cof fee and sugar with a Yard of Calico a year s wages would almost for a pair of boots. In Short almost ant thins might be bought with a con federate Soldier s provided you did not want too much for your Mon the paper also pointed out that the daily ration of a Confederate sol Dier in the Field contained Only four ounces of meat. Sheep and the War. War has produced an acute de Mand for great quantities of Wool and Moat and has opened our Eves to the fact that we Are Short of both. The problem is so serious that the its own. Hand knitting machines reasonable prices Are doing in this respect what the hand Mill has to make the family Independent of the Patent process Mills. And now the Farmers Are told what their Fath ers or grandfathers knew by experience that they have right in their own hands the costly basis of the beet fertilizers. All they have to do is to Burn twigs Small branches and other valueless portions of the Beech Birch Maple or other hard Woods and they can have plenty of potassium which costs the fertilizer maker ?80ft a ton thus do we move on toward a Recrudescence of the Bright Day of individual Independence. Ships before self interest. Mone is a need but not the great est need of the government at Washington. The american people Given and will continue to give liberally of their Money in response every Call from the Treasury. It in Well that Liberty Bonds been floated Easil it is better still that War Loans have been but vaults overflowing with Gold Silver and paper Money will not alone win the War. There Are pos sible conditions under which of dollars might be As useless to the United states in the prosecution of department of has taken the great work it has undertaken up the question of increasing the a pocketful of currency would be to a Supply of sheep England now has Castaway on an uninhabited Island two sheep in every five acres of the Money has value Only As a medium7 entire land area How this contrasts j of Exchange. Money has value for with one sheep to every 31.8 acres the United states in this War Only of farm land in the United states j for what Money will buy. If it can not counting the Western ranges in not buy ships or the things that go fact Only one farm in seven for the whole United states carries any sheep. Yet the uni forming of our armies As Well As clothing the peo into the building of ships including labor it cannot transport soldiers across the Ocean or transport supplies necessary to the maintenance pie depend upon every farm be intr of those already across. With vaults stocked with sheep. This can be full of Money and with credit in done if properly managed exper bounded the United states would hence shows that every farm is Cap still be an impotent Factor in this. Able of profitable Carrins some sheep tremendous struggle if it could not without reducing the other live Stock with All the Means at hand Warren chronicle. The things of which it stands most to cd. Sci. Monitor. The Maples a Plewe Strons adv the shortage in sugar leads to the f Universal training that americans make a the cd to be made comp i More general use of their Maple by immediate Illarion am Groves for the production of that Cal nor file in other kind of for which certain opa Ganda nor far to their attitude sections of northeastern Ohio Are their opponents. On the very Why we must save food to the members of the United states food administration the men of the Allied nations Are fighting they Are not on the farms. Even the men of the european Neutral countries Are under arms t e ii ids of both allies and neutrals Lack Man Power fertilizer and hence the production of food by these countries has Steadh lessened Ever since the beginning of the War while at the same time Fie of shipping has grown More and More serious with the steady increase of difficulties in bringing food from the faraway markets of India Australia and the Argentine. The situation has Cut Cal. There is simply not enough Frod in Europe yet the Somers of Tho allies must he maintained in full strength their wives and children at Home must not face famine the Felt idly trials must not be starved and finally our own army in France must nerf r Lack a needed ounce of food. There is just one was in which All these requirements can be met. North America must furnish the food. And we wrist furnish it from our particularly famous Here is a Nat face of the the n Geem in resource but inadequately Mil tune to commute nation to a yet it is not to be believed that Nam Nitaro policy in the midst the profitable production of Maple Oft t War that a to of sugar is quite As simple As two plus f t that future we have taken up two. Sugar making on anything but ams As we Are fond to reiterating the smallest demands skill per for the purpose of putting an end to so Verence and no Little apparatus. U wars. Of course Universal Mill to a Camp of 210 Trees with urn does not necessarily All the necessary paraphernalia is is mean Lii Tarlson in its odious and timoted to Cost though the menacing and it the promo equipment would last Manv seasons sit Ion to make of Al our popu. It would however that Manv anon nation of has More country dwellers might this season or Ess the appearance of a denial of produce a Small amount of Maple the purpose for which we entered the sugar perhaps merely for their own War on sumption though Thev never is irely to Arraj ourselves As a great have done so before wherever Nason we Fth in our hands ,8 in practicable Maples should be made some Legree an admission of the Var to contribute their share for the a tue of and to tyls extent Tion s Success a a parture from our highest ideals j and aspirations conscription by the becoming More Independent. Phi Active draft process was a Neces the War is Jarrine us Loose from a site forced upon us by a patriotic Hapat number of and habits and not Empire nov and it was adopted solely the least mischievous of these is the As a War measure thousands of tendency to grow More and More de who approved that step rendent upon some one to do the pc arise of the conditions that de work that we might do ourselves pm ruled it Are rot in favor of Corn Froni a nation in which the i divid Puls Orv military service in time of Nils wern Cal nil sufi vient for prac Peai e and Are far less to Verv Emery pm v that might of than Are Neriso in the was of food or clothing these who. While Nia Kinc the charge Short Srp. We fell far. So far that even place a biased construction upon and the it of family cooking up pwned in to Tav unfair flt Vantage of a savings because we have already sent our Normal surplus. We do not Nettl to starve our own people. Have plenty for re and it is the firm police o the fool administration to Rita n in nip by its con Rol of Export s. A sufficient supp y of my wheat Arr a it and to and us Terr hav. Of Al n than have on want and we stand ready to Guaran tee Quality and Price at All times. Consult us whether you buy our goods or not. Bailey hardware co

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