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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Willsboro pa., wednesday february 13, 1918. Stop a minute keep your eyes where they you get the news our clothing Sale is on the policy of this store is As fixed As the nation As applied to this annual Winter Sale it is As unchangeable As a ruling from the highest court in the land. As the seasons come and go so must the merchandise intended for them. The clothes you Are now asked to buy were not Here last year. The clothes you la be asked to buy next year Are not Here now. New seasons Here mean new stocks always hence we quote the following reductions All to the end than when another season Rolls around Well be Able to Greet you with everything new again just As we did this season. Now get the Price news. Suits now suits now suits now suits now suits now suits now suits now hark Are you listening we want you to get this it s intended for you and every other Man that happens to be shivering his Way through the Winter with the wrong kind of overcoat. We have been going through our overcoat stocks again with a determination to leave no stones unturned to clean up stocks As clean As a hound s tooth. And this is the overcoats now if Price has Beer in your if s out of your Way now. Overcoats now overcoats now overcoats now overcoats now overcoats now Clearing Sale All Over the store. Substantial Sav Ings everywhere. Special lot of men s Wool Hose 39c special lot of men s Wool shirts and drawers value now special lot of men s boys sweaters while they last special lot of men s dress shirts 69c 69c special lot of men s shirts and drawers 59c special lot of men s and boys Caps 49c special lot of men s hats while they last your Choice of any Derby hat in the store All suits and overcoats purchased Here pressed free of charge for six months after Date of Sale special lot of boys Mackinaw extra special for saturday february 16th, Only from 2 to p. M. Special lot of overalls cleaning pressing and repairing done Here for men and women at reasonable rates by Lyons w. Seely men Tare notice our fears for the future of the Woolen situation Are now confirmed. After a personal investigation we find the conditions even worse than All reports indicated. Our country s limited Supply of raw Wool is being diverted to the needs of our army and Navy and the government is recommending Cotton mixed fabrics for civilian use. Buy your clothes now now now Here there and everywhere that is the cry of All the big clothiers in this War worried country of ours. And it s All because just As surely As the Sun will go Down to night clothes Are going to be still higher before they Are Ever lower again. Soldiers must come first which is As it should be and since every Soldier in our army consumes thirteen times More Wool in clothes each year than does the average Man it is Plain As can be that a still greater shortage of Wool and its products is in sight. Next Winter you won t have your own Sweet Way when it comes to picking certain fabrics for you will have to take what you can get and no matter what you get make up your mind you will have to More for it. Now you have one reason for buying your next Winter clothes the above list of prices is the other Cohen s clothiers at your service 71 main Street a. Best place to Trade after All another week. Of Wae. Summary of the Newi since our wait Lime. Monday s news. According to correspondent of the Washington poet in France the French Hava out built the German Bix Bertha of 42 centimetres Caliper and their artillery now includes the 52 centimetre mortar. A states that the length of the new gun is such As to Render this piece practically a howitzer. The same authority states that one of these pieces was used in the Verdun Surprise attack of last August and also in the Chemlen Des Dames attack in the neighbourhood of Laon where its huge projectiles wrecked Tho entrances to the quarries and prevented the men inside from reinforcing the first line troops engaged with the enemy two shells from tha "52" sufficed to wreck fort Malraison continued improvement in weather and transportation conditions will bring an end to the heartless monday program fuel administrator Garfien announced Friday night favourable reports on the War department s Bill amending the Selec Tive draft Law to require registration of men As they reach 21 Vears and Basing quotas on the number of men in class 1 instead of on state populations was unanimously ordered Fri Day by the Senate military commit tee. The proposal to exempt men As they reach 31 years if they have not been drafted which was opposed by Provost marshal general Crowder not included in the Bih. An amendment proposed by senator new. Of Indiana to require registration of youths at 19 years and Over also was rejected. Another Bill favourably reported which affects the draft would author ize the president in an emergency to Call into immediate military ser vice skilled experts in Industry or agriculture regardless of classification residence or quota the military activity in the major Heaters of the War daily continues to increase. From the North sea All along the line in Belgium and France and on the Northern italian front from the Region of Lake Garda eastward to Ward the Piave River there have been clashes Between opposing infantry men at various Points and bombard ments of extremely violent proportions on numerous sectors again american troops holding the line in the Region of St Mihiel have come into Contact with the germans and suffered a few casualties the German artillery again has be gun an intensive bombardment of British in the neighbourhood of the Hou Holst Forest North of Ypres and Southwest of Cambrai violent duels Are in Progress Between the germans and the French around nieuport in tha Champagne on the Verdun sector and in the Vos Gea mountains _ an american general now com mands the sector of the front recently taken Over by american troops when the americans first entered the sector it was under the command of a French general commanding a certain Large unit of the French army. Five american soldiers Are believed to have been killed and one was j wounded when an american patrol was ambushed in no Man s land Fri Day night by a Superior Force of Ger mans. The spot where the encounter occurred is an isolated one and reports concerning the casualties inflicted by both sides Are meager Only one american is known to have escaped the trap of the germans which was Laid in front of the american wires the one survivor who crawled Back to the lines with a Bullet in his Chest is unable to talk american artillery immediate la Laid a barrage around the ambushing germans and some Are believed to have been accounted for the in Fantry accounted for others As it is certain the attacked patrol fought to a finish according to information tricking in from the front line. Development of Germany s Long deferred offensive in the West from the reconnoitre eng thrusts launched Dur ing tha past week around Cambrai and at other Points is suggested As a possibility in the weekly military re View issued by the War department. So far however in spite of heavy fighting the department save no actions of More than local character Hava been recorded. Extension of the time for filing in come and excess profits returns from March 1 to april 1, was announced by internal Revenue commissioner Roper this ruling applies also to re ports on payments of More than during the Jear to be made by employers and business enterprises and covers incomes both above and below and corporation incomes. Col Theodora Roosevelt who underwent operations at the Roose velt Hospital last week is steadily improving and his physicians believe that his recovery is simple a matter of time among the Penns iranians on Board the tuscan la which wag torpedoed off the Irish coast who so far have not been reported among the survivors Are Clea Bargerstock Marlene Lyle Thomai a Llewelyn Scottdale sergeant William j Lambert Phil Adelphia Charles l Thompson Endeavor Alexander c Mcneal Pittsburgh Albert v mover. Lewistown Carl c. Rader Johnstown. Clifford d Spang Lebanon Clarerrr-9 w. Short Wellsboro Edward c Grahamer. Scranton Thomas q Chester survivors Are William of Towanda Tulip if Barbour a Howard c Harris water Villa a Samuel b Woolever Palm w Rlynn or port Allegany Theodore c. Win Kert of Crowford in news a German government Nuh confirms Elk Parhm from Amsterdam that rim a has or-1 re red n Ion of War nil the mobilisation of Tho russian armies i on All front be act having been effected both by that ruissinn1 Nanri 1 Miles ii situation of re mania become1 a most Roll Iraj one Fantl Rev rut off now from her rumanian in parents ire of feed 1 with the absolute of eff of 1 ing a Epps rate. Retro or Heinc Over i run by ii perform enemy indications Mondai that that Dav was the if tit of the heat less Mon fuel oar Leld to suspend that closing order i in View of better whither and improved Railroad traffic tha tension the i nmn front is tightening something i auditorium Friday and february 15 and 16 Clara Kimball Young she paid this feature will Start Tho selected programme which will continue each Friday and saturday in connection with the auditorium orchestra prices ll-17c seems bound to happen before an other month has passed if the present weather holds. The enemy continues to tense preparations for been advertised As the great offensive German troops and guns keep pouring into the Western front and there Are indications that a few austrian units Are in Flanders. Naturally the Allied preparations cannot be discussed but it a be said that everywhere there is the spirit of optimism every Soldier knows what is coming and smiles with Assurance for he knows what his supports Are the allies still have a preponderance of Wen and guns. President Wilson appearing unexpectedly before Congress again Mon Day replied to the recent peace speeches by count x on Hertling the German Chancellor and count Czer Nin the Austro hungarian foreign minister by reminding the statesmen of the Central Powers that peace can be discussed Only on the basis of permanency and essential Justice and broadly warning the people of the Central empires that the participation of the United states in the War for the emancipation of humanity on in has begun plainly tha president warned the German military autocracy that there was to be no pausing 1n the mobilization of America s military re sources now steadily on their was to the Battle fronts and that if peace were to be discussed it would have to be on a basis of sincerity. Otherwise the president made it Plain there was to be no turning Back until military autocracy was crushed by Force of arms Han wanted. Linn wanted for general farm work. I Lucy Baldwin Lawrence our 1 a dressmaking and tailoring at Currle m yonder left a shop by mrs. I i Farmers phone Cli ii it onions for Sale. Mellon mud red a b cake enter. Wellsboro it d 4, both phones Keb 13 i a Cash for Lack Orr Iron Wood and Oak by the Cord or in tie toe d w of Kazub 2, in of House for Sale. House Anil lot in Wellsboro located All modern improvements i Milure of Jamks logs wanted. Beech and Maple aim four foot hard Wood d w for Abb Wellsboro a Jan 2, 1018 of for Sale at a bargain. Folding Bod. In excellent condition for Sunli at a bargain mrs Oli Viiu Street woman wanted. Woman wanted to help milking and Othir lighter kinds of firm work Luci Baldwin h lire Stock wanted. We ship Entres. And lambs. Monday fes. 18th. 1918, Huchet Market Price pud. April 24. 1818. Klock Shumway. Card of thanks. The family of the late Charles Smith wish to think the singers and ill by in is and All others who assisted during the illness and funeral of the dec used House for Sale. House and lot on Toga Street 5 rooms City water Large Garden Price in quire of w a Van Horn at first National Bank 9 of Lala g. Schieffelin off Cal and residence in Vanvolken Buric Block. Main Street Wellsboro Over feed store office hours 2 to 4 p m us by appointment. Bell phone. Agents wanted. In Wellsboro and Vicinity to solicit or Ders for men s Salco clothes from i Futory to wearer at wholesale i p o 522, Philadelphia a feb 6-3t i Colts for Sale. A three year old and a four year old Colt unbroken Are offered for Sale also two Joung horses Well broken All Are sex i pit Onnley flue animals a j , 1 log i a u d no 1 0 3t live styx a waited. 1 will ship veal calves beef cattle Bologna sheep lambs and hogs from Wellsboro Stock Yards on monday. Fee 2sth highest Market Price paid Louis Kendrick. Jan. 5. 1916-tf Wellsboro. R d. No. 2. W. D. Vedder m. D. Physic Ian and surgeon special Atten Tion paid to treatment of chronic diseases by use of electricity and other methods. Office to u a m 2 to 3 p m 7 to 8 p m Wellsboro a Bot i phone 14 lit horse and buggy for Sale Alne year old blast horse weight about Good Driver gentle Ami sound also i Good top buggy ind harness nil for Sale at in Imp Gill lion Moshko i a r d 7, or Bdl phone 910, Charleston High school notes. We All enjoyed the splendid pro Gram in charge of the freshman class last Friday morning recitation by Gladys Green Reading by Lois Diehr a song by the glee club. Miss Mcclure one of our teachers who left some time ago was married last week to or Joseph Hughes who is now in training at Camp Lee the members of the senior class spent a very Dav Friday in Wellsboro having their pictures taken or Frank Moore one of our school directors was married thursday february 7, to mrs. Eva Emberger. A 29-volume set of Ench copa Edia Britannica has been added to our school Library this addition is greatly appreciated As we greatly need reference books. The freshmen and juniors gave a Box social at the Whitneyville Grange Hall last Friday evening. The net proceeds were which is for the Benefit of the red Cross the vacancy left by miss Mcclure has not Jet been filled but to Hope to have a new teacher before the end of the week the tumor has taken up the of idylls of the King Carl Dewey has been caught in the epidemic of mumps at state Collece Amos Doane died sudden on Tho Street in Westfield recent. Mr1? drano was apparently in Good health and spirits when she attended Grange at Westfield that evening mrs Doane is survived her Hus band and an adopted daughter mrs Anderson Tho funeral ser vices were held wednesday at j p m the Jemison Grange of which she was a member taking part in the services interment was made in the Wormer cemetery. Linoleum with Spring coming Atli lots of mud Jou i want something on that Kitchen or dining room floor that w ill Tun and give you Good and there tier than linoleum we Lime the inlaid and printed with the Hack the 1 wide we june tin poo a of pattern s if Vou Neu for our Hnin her floors try one of our u ool and i Ihor hugs of Golem Ling ii floor wed n in Home vol spar the kind that will Wear and will not turn w Siemens furniture store Nim spa Perl for Sale in Wellsboro. My prop ext at to 23 t Wellsboro Good Bous with nil modern improve Idi on one Otic of 1 my with Many fruit Trees Thi n on address w u Cam Eron of 200 Pine Street. Ilar Olsburg 30-3t. Farm to let farm of 100 acres two my left North of Holiday station in Milf Delbury with goo3 Dairy to let to a competent Farmer who owns team and tools to Vork the place. Tie Pho is in Fine Shupp and is a splendid cd for some pm rat tic Farmer address o Hotchkiss crooked Cra Kpa. 13 3t Colt for Sale. A Black gelding coming four in june weighs about unbroken sound and Verv kind Stocky built and a flu animal All round will sell at a bargain if Yon Don t it Tbs Colt 1 have a ten year old horse Whigha 1200 and a Good worker whih i will sell it a tar plan address a new ton Smith inns ii id i t r no 1, or Farmers Polione if von want to see for yourself to my firm Between what Neville and Inch irl Eston. 23-tf drs. Long a. Ant Helen i Lyon. Osteopathic physicians 37 Pearl st., a Eliboro. Osteopathy is the treatment of disease of All kinds both acute and chronic by adjustment of i the structures of the body with the use in Addi Tion of ail other modern methods that Are of value. We would Call attention to the or rat Success of osteopathy in the treatment of the diseases Asao Huth blood pressure which Are common in Middle and later life. Catarrhal deafness Hay fever and other nose and Throat conditions treated by the new Deason Edwards method hours. 9 a. M. To 5 p m both phones in la 15-Ly. For Sale or Exchange. A farm of 80 m Rea about half cleared Good House and barn on main Hue Creek Road Between Annoni and a Lnig the buildings Ftp Worth More Tenn the Pelee net for the whole farm will sell for rash or part Carh and balance on Nort gape or will Trade for Village property pusses Lon will be Orlvin before april 1, tills prop Rev be sold and it is k bar pain for my one w int inc n Small cheap farm pail a pow Olds will Thoro i n Ang of service Bull for hire. It int inc Clorindo no i Voundy Bull whose arrest re is not d for Pond Pitlon ills sir is the promising it d i Minter son. 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