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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wellsboro pa., wednesday february january milk checks. Patroni who delivered milk in Wellsboro amounting to and Over during january. Bennett Batzer h s. Keeney son 568.92 p. H. Hubers. 522.18 b. D. West. 513.32 t. J. Davies 497.19 Geo son. 468.64 c. S. Shaft. We. A. Kennedy 421.93 s. R. Joserh 420.80 William 1 070 b m. Warren 392.79 j. C. Chapman 363.22 a. Knuppen Lorg f6a90 Chas. S. Bower. A. C. Gea Archer Hager 336.48 Clyde Callahan 329.9. John h. Turner. 3j0.91 o. H. Ford 320.28 de. Matson 318.74 a. P. Dartt 316.29 we. J. Rogers. 303.66 m. E. Quimby p e. Brown Wayne Lewis. 290.00 we. Eberenz 289.45 Walter Coolidge 134.21 port Shatt co 134 .14 Ray Jackson 133.36 b. O. Mann 133.62 e. B. Wilson 133. W. H. Fletcher son 133.37 0. L. A Tawton t. J. Heath 132.92 resettle Chas. Smith 130. 64 mrs. M. Wetherbee 130.37 l. W. Cumming bion Wal Bridga b. J. Brings 127.18 h. Roblyer 125.94 mrs. M. A. Stewart 125.60 j. C. Stevens j25.0 6 Herman Bryant 124.o2 c. J. Neal c. B. Hollenbeck 123.61 a. D. Rica 123-26 c. E. Wilcox Wal Bridga 127.50 122.35 Patrick West 286 w. A. Vaughn Ivan l. Collins. 283.1o Jos. Irwin. S h. A. Brown g w. Coveney l mrs. A. H Torpy. 216.51 Luther Bros. 26-.14 Joseph West or. Creon Austin 26d.24 in h. Bailey. 261.76 r. S. Westbrook 260.82 g. R. Adamy Madden Root. 249.ol r. M. Valsing. 248.91 Henry Noelk 246.-3 Arthur Pratt 246.23 t. D. Potter Henry Hymes. 241.99 Wai Bridge Stratton. 239.85 r. P. W. U Smith. 238.46 George Watkins. 236.92 Fred c. Byway. 235.92 a. P. Wagner. 234.23 h. A. Benedict. 233.90 we Crane. 233.28 b r. Reese 232.99 b. Dwight Austin 231.69 and. Abplanalp 231.01 o. W. Butler 227.40 l. L. Torpy. 225.55 Robt. Sampson 227.43 c. J. 222.45 mrs. Win. Campbell. 221.96 Harry Carey. 218.4 Dana Bacon 218.44 m w. Carpenter r. W. Bowen. 2.12-Fil Fred Niles 212.15 c. A. Johnson. 212.13 West Smith 210.5t Arthur Shumway 203.60 r. V. Beaman 207.17 George Hatherill 207.12 d. W. Smith 205.65 Herbert evans.-. 204.34 a. S. Lent. 204.04 John Bailey 203.82 p. L. Starkey. 201.80 we. N. Harrison. 199.73 c. R. Carpenter 198.83 Lew. Boca. 121.97 c. H. Peck 120.96 p. P. Schultz 120.80 p b w. A. Short. 120 80 a a Rose. 120.m John Knapp. B. C. Collins. 119-xo Ray Benjamin. On mrs. A. L. Alpo j. Patterson Mcl nov Tompkins 118.46 c. T. Kimball Claud Ely Jih Jay Bowen a w. Bliss Haj r. M. Harding 1 n Thos. W. Reese 116.91 Xeal Thomas. 115.82 mrs. P. R. Campbell. 115.62 Wilkins Coveney. 11ko files Rouse Gllnn Clark gee .115.00 to. R. Jones. H4.38 l. B. Taylor. 114.29 Frank Knowlton 114.j.5 Vanhorn Manning. 113.87 o. G. Steele George Vanderhoof. Mrs. A. Vanwert 112.32 o. L. Coolidge Frank Smith Nelson Smith How. Bowen i e g. Simmons. 110.s4 w. M. Roby 110.10 Mark Coveney 109.46 m. Bellinger 109.39 j. L. Ames 108.7.5 James Purcell 108.15 g. W. Avery 107.92 de. Coolidge 10h? r John d. Wilson. F. H. Gee. 107.58 n. A. Smith. .106.80 Frank Griffin 106.49 l. E. Smith 106.28 m f. Bailey. I0o.94 Jasper Niles 105.69 George Morton. 105.09 Chas. Petticrew. 103.75 Chas. Repard 103.19 Frank Smith 103.13 mrs. B. Watkins 102.56 j. H. Richardson. 101.30 c. A West 101.0s John Lewis 100.85 Edgar Lawton 100.39 patrons delivering Milt to the amount of 150 and Over Darwin Johnson John Delaney. 78.07 r. 0. Collins 71.77 John c. Kelley 54.03 j. N. Lossy 55.27 mrs. Lizzie Sampson. 81.93 Thoa. Be Aney 95.55 Fred Scheeley 99.93 Ernest Smith 61.23 Lawrence Carpenter 56.84 s. A. Kelsey 54.57 a. B. Wheeler 52.70 g. B. Whitney 79-64 Ralph Torpy 90.01 Merve Vanvlet 94.80 w. D. Wilcox 61.14 Ross Wheeler 99.66 Dana Campbell 67.88 a. G. Lloyd 62.01 Campbell steel 97.78 John Campbell 71.44 Fred Priset 83.92 Henry Keck 94.42 Carl b. Hasker. 58.68 a. S. Losinger 71.73 l. H. Green. 93.41 Homer Scranton 52.31 James e. Losinger. 55.31 e. H. Brown 70.21 John Keck 74.06 f. Starkey 85.66 Almond Stewart 52.97 e. N. Nilea. 50.46 a. C. Hayes Chris Keck 60.77 Jacob Keck 52.39 s. H. 85 Willard Bryant 76.98 s. J. Mattison 79.4s b. A. Dickinson 70.27 n. E. Bryant 0. Hotchkiss 71.81 Dayton Hotchkiss 76.9 Frank Bryant 67.08 h. M. Root 79.3f mrs. Nettie Brackman 72.56 l. J. West 83.4 what is b in done at the hog Island ship Yard. In an address before the Philadel Hia chamber of Commerce George Baldwin vice president of the american International corporation and chairman of the american inter National shipbuilding corporation Aid in part the shipping Board through the emergency Fleet corporation is sup l. E. Whitney 85.11 n. F. French 61.1 a e. Carpenter 72.32 e. S. Davis 62.ot h. J. Fuller 63.2 h. A. Spaulding 57.0 we. Ames 61.5i Orrie Doane 74.2 h. T. Roe 83.8 Newell Houghtaling 66.6 Churchill Smith 71.5 a. E. Davies. 84.9 great program in new ships. Revising the Al. W _ _ Oscar Campbell 198.73-, e. J. Hotchkiss 86.27 h. R. Owlett 198.05 a. C. F. E. Schumpf. 79.84 e. R. Ely 96.42 w. S. Rice 197.70 Milo Patterson. 197.83 c. A. Gorrie. 197.36 Thos. Houghton. 195.50 we. D. Barnes 193.79 c. D. Drew. 193.60 t. M. Escott. Is2.61 c. W. Fuller 191.93 Chas. Parsons 191.49 h. M. Wood son. 190.95 e. E. L l. Harding 190.73 Walter m. Ames 190.33 o. D. Patterson 190.10 Frank Anderson 186.58 p. V. Coolidge 185.38 Henry Redner 185.13 r. H. Clarendon son 184.62 e. A. Abernathy 183.66 l. M. Goodwin 183.55 Attie Austin 183.40 Vine Baldwin 182.99 h. N. Palmer 182.56 Walter Witherbee. 181.06 c. O. Coolidge son. 181.04 Jos. Grimes. 180.91 a. G. Hammond 180.49 a fair warning. One that should be heeded by Wellsboro residents. Frequently the first sign of kidney trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. Neglect of this Warnon makes the Way easy for More serious gravel Bright s disease. Tis Well to attention to the first sign. Weak kidneys generally grow weaker and delay is often dangerous. Residents of this locality place Reliance in Doan s kid Ney pills. This tested remedy has been used in kidney trouble Over 50 recommended All Over the civilized world. Read the following Thomas King Lloyd pa., says i was caused much annoyance by too frequent passages of the kidney secretions. My Back ached constantly and i had distressing pains through my loins. Being on my feet All Day Frank c. Peake. 75.54 s. C. Austin 53.36 Mel. Smith 53.59 we. Jordan 69.18 c. P. Schusler 57.90 c. H. Knouse 54.77 George Smith 65.13 Emory Allen 61.58 Ernest Nelson 51.20 Chas. Krause 74.45 John Herrington 59.07 o. W. Dartt 90.60 a. 0. Dockstader 86.60 Arthur Brooks. 64.52 b. J. Claus 54.08 Arch Clark 75.34 Ray Davis 53.09 Gerould Smith 71.52 51.56 Long Mada my Back ache More severely and when night came i could t rest or get in any position that was comfortable. Doan b kidney pills removed the backache and the annoy Ance from my kidneys left. I have had no sign of the trouble Price 60c, at All dealers. Don t simply ask for a kidney Doan s kidney same that or. King had Foster Milburn co., props., Buffalo n. Construction of vessels in 116 Yards throughout the country. It is disbursing something More than a billion dollars per annul n this work and controls not Only All of the shipbuilding of the nation other than naval or army vessels but All ship operating As Well. This is an enormous program one bigger Han has Ever been undertaken by any single organization in the world s history. About the Middle of May general Goethals discussed with me the pro Gram then Laid Down by him of utilizing existing shipyards to the utmost for the building of steel cargo vessels and in addition constructing new Yards in which dead weight tons could be manufactured in 18 months and called upon us for co operation. About a month later the president signed the urgency deficiency act which supplied the Means of financing the proposed construction. The american International snip1 building corporation a subsidiary o the american International Corpora Tion formed for the purpose with the approval of the shipping had undertaken to construct for the Temei gency Fleet corporation 50 11% knot 7500-ton cargo vessels each 400 feet Long and upon oct. 23 a awarded a second contract to bulk 70 15-knot, 8000-ton combined trans port and freight vessels each 45 feet Long also it was to build a ship Jard suitable for the construction o not less than vessels in which the building of ships might continue As Long As necessary on a scale and a a Speed never before attempted. General Goethals original Pla was the construction of a Yard wit 50 Shipways upon which 200 vessels All exactly alike should be constructed. After starting work upon the Yard the task was still further complicated and increased in magnitude by the addition of a second Type of vessel of tons thus requiring the doubling of Many facilities. Hog Island Yard contains about 900 acres and will have 50 Shipways in five groups of 10 each a fitting out Basin containing seven piers each feet Long with a capacity of four ships per pier. The total estimated Cost of the first 50 7500-ton boats at each is we have Esti mated that we can deliver 25 of these boats in 13% months from sept. 13, 1917 25 More in 15 months another 25 in 18% months a four 25 in 20 months and the last 20 in 22 months from the contract Date which will require an average delivery of Ujj Enetai news. Chief of various states and countries briefly told. Than women Are doing men s work in England. Newsprint paper has Een increased a ton in Price. A loan of has been extended to France by the United states. Women have thrown aside the centuries old bondage of skirts and owned overalls. Tho British recruiting mis has been opened in new York mrs. W. G. Ogden mrs. A. W. Francis 62.53 Thos. Lewis 68.s4 f l. Douglass 90.76 Freman Meckes. 65.28 j. H Bassett 68.28chas. Claus 71.33 Maynard Davis 178.54 j. H. Evans 99.82 Peter Naegely 178.23 s. E. Peake h. D Wood 178.20 James Davis mrs Margaret Thomas. 176.62 a. R. Lamont we. Bache 175.70 i c. D. Bliss 51.ob f. J. Ashley 174.35 i w. J. Peake. France hot exhausted. Depicting the Resolute army of France facing the German divisions on the Western front As fighting for the immortal ideals of right Justice and or. Stephane Lau Zanne editor of be Matin of Paris told the members of the Boston City club that France although unprepared for the War in 1914, had re covered from the Shock of the and Vance on Paris and after More than one ship every two Days during the 8% months specified the total ton nage a far ordered is dead weight tons. For doing this work Are to receive a fixed fee of approximately equivalent to 3.3 per cent upon the total moneys expended. The net fee to the corporation will work out to something like 1% per cent men Havo been sent to Canada of enlist. Anita Patton of san mar Ino cal., denied the Rumor that she was going to be married to general John j. Pershing. Is claimed that not More than five per cent of Illinois big Corn crop has been marketed owing to Lack of transportation. Officials claim that state can furnish skilled mechanics to work in the Navy Yards Al though her quota is Only men. P. Tumulty private Secretary to president Wilson denies that he is a candidate for United states senator from new Jersey. Hamilton College at Clinton n. Y., will receive from the estate of Joseph c. Ford of Kansas City. This is the largest single gift Ever received by the College. Of the corporate inter ests of new York state is shown by the payment of in taxes since Jan. 1st under the new three per cent income tax Law. United states importing be fore the War As much As Worth of aniline dyes a year in 10 months of last year exported dyes valued at that there will be sufficient sugar to take care of their needs but none to waste were Given the new York canners association at their meeting in Rochester. Was determined at a recent meeting of the state Industrial com Mission at Syracuse that All women working in factories must Wear Caps and overalls while at work. Waldorf Astoria hotel in York has been purchased by t. Colman Dupont. It is valued at and is considered the greatest hotel property in by. The claim of the consolidated Iva Ter Power company of Utica against the state of damages amount no to because of. The Joist Rution of the Barge canal has been settled for million checks a month will soon be going Forward from the Bur eau of War risk insurance to Safe guard american s fighting forces and heir families. Applications from soldiers and sailors for insurance Are near experts Are urging that the rat be exterminated As a War measure for saving food. The waste children cry for Fletcher s Castoria the kind you have always bought and which has been la use for Over Over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per tonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All counterfeits imitations and just As Good Are but experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of infants and against Experiment. What is Castor a Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregori drops and soothing syrups. It is pleasant it contains neither opium morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For More than thirty years it has been in constant use for the Relief of constipation flatulence wind Colic and diarrhoea allaying feverish Ness arising therefrom and by regulating the stomach and bowels aids the assimilation of food giving healthy and natural sleep. The children s Mother s Friend. Genuine Castoria always bears the signature of there Are no ind reel three years of has an army of Boyce 78.12 George Repard. 95.03 Arthur Tomo son. 79.79 e. J. Covert 61.49 a. A. 57 68 Eugene Hammond. 171.23 j c. E. Dewey 58.75 Thos Howell 170.95 w. M Benedict 60.90 w. W. C Olec Tove 170.42 c. Mudse. 51.8. John 170.19 Ezra Horton 95.49 w j Bowen 170.06 John Shimonsky 91.29 c. Cumnings 173.68 b. F Edwards 173.49 d. E. Evans 173.0ft Clarence Nobles 172.64 w. H. Met . 171.95 a. J. Kab d. S Blis 168.87 j. B a Weill a 167.95 Lewis m Lantosh 167.72 d Blip i. 166.75 h. P. Holiday 166.64 r. E Adams 166.43 w. V. Roo Lidea. 106.21 e. J. Fofiu . Fra if is Kelley 10.-j.20 Neal and Paris 164.59 Gerow 1r2 if Jos 161.14 furn Ian Bartle 161.03 g. W. Benjamin 161.00 m. J. Austin 160.41 c. R. Erway 165.19 c. Ii. Stevens w. B. Pecl Tham h. Warren w. F. Bowen 156.03 a. B Carpenter 15587 f. R Kelley 155.51 p. H. Butler 155.39 h. O Rico 154 47 154.10 Ross a. C Fibber 153.74 t. C. Gleason 85.03 7 c. B. Cleveland 71.95 nearly twice its original Force on the Field. M. Lausanne denied the allegations that France is exhausted adding that the idea of 82 German divisions facing an exhausted French army is altogether too we Are not fighting for Money or for he said. We Are fighting for something higher and nobler we Are fighting for the same High things for which you in this country have always fought and bled. We Are fighting for an Ideal. Our Ideal is to Rescue in Europe the spirit banish Catarrh. Breathe Yomei for two minutes and stuffed up head will Jet belief. If you want to get Relief from Ca Tarrh cold in the head or from an irritating cough in the shortest Tim breathe Yomei. It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breath freely. Yomei will end a cold in one Day it will relieve you of disgusting snuffles. Hawking spitting and off ensly breath in a week. Yomei is made chiefly from soothing Healing germ killing anti septic that comes from the eucalyptus forests of Inland Australia when Catarrh asthma and consumption were never known to exist. Yomei is pleasant and easy t breathe. Just pour a few drops int the hard rubber inhaler use As d rented and Relief is almost certain. In use for Over so years the kind you have always bought the american Flag which was the cases. In addition they will have cause of their quarrel but it is de the satisfaction of knowing Tuat in dared he is alleged to have said that ref resting our denuded hillsides they he Hopes he can see the Day that the Are performing a real service for pos germans can trample the american Flag under their feet because the Kat Verity. State College students have already that Hota teen a to project and about then Smotts wishes he could see the Day that the to five of to enter j each year due to the rodent is Esti mated at a full grown rat consumes More food than a baby. In addition the animal is a menace to health. Men in Syracuse pre dict there will be a decrease of at least 40 per cent in the number of new cars exp tested in Syracuse for 1918. This is due to the fact that manufacturers Are turning Over part of their factories and machinery to the manufacture of government Arti cles. Than half a million acres of thai isre germans would blow the United states to hell and they would sell us As slaves that the germans Are very Sharp and they put stuff in Lead Jen Sils to blow the children s hands off in school and he wishes Thev could put stuff in the holders of knives and Forks and kill this information has Heen turned Over to United states commissioner Meisenholder. Slope is a Middle aged Man. The Camps for the period before farm Woric starts. Fuel contract. Do inn school Board will meet at tic Stonyfork praded school House on Satt Day february. 10, 1913. It 10 a in for the purpose of letting the fuel contracts for year 191s Charles Kepak a Complete Yomei outfit including inhaler and one bottle of Hyo Rae costs but Little at druggists eve of humanity and of Liberty and above Erv where and at fax f. Howd s. . "4.97 w. M. Beuter. 86.83 Jos. Johnson 73.42 r l. Lounsbury 70.0s has. Hustafson Jacob learn Thos. Copt stick Floyd Hammond 69.31 Jos Vandegrift w. A. Wilkins 51.80 John a. Monks 55.11 h Abell 96-91 .1. G. Dartt 77.14 a. L Whitney 69.44 i Chas. Atherton 69.96 p. C. Moore 99.11 a. A Knapp 87.32 Rosi Shumway. 63.67 i Frank Klock 83.37 m. A. Thompson 59.85 e. C. Howell 69.24 1 j. N. Taok Fon. 70.1 s mrs. Ella Bowen 5432 1 f. H word in. 59 73 o. W. Smith 87 44 c. H. Zittel. 74.95 David d Jones 55.65 All of respect for International Law., that spirit will be restored Only when the spirit of domination shall have been extirpated from Europe j that evil spirit is symbolized by Ger Man Militancy and that will to when the germans understand that Thev Are not the strongest but the that they Are not to dictate the terms if you already own an inhaler you can get an extra bottle of a Tomci at land in Eastern Chaves county. New Mexico and including a part of the Roswell land District have been designated for entry March Lith under the Stock raising Homestead Law. Secretary Lane announced. About acres Are vacant Public lands. Of starving Deer Are com ing to Small villages and Mountain hamlets in the forests of Northern Pennsylvania in search of food. The deep snows have robbed them of their natural food. Villagers and Farmers Are keeping scores of the animals alive by carrying Hay and other food to their haunts. Sacramento cal., 55 members of the i. W. W. Have been indicted by a Federal grand jury. Department of Justice agents discovered a plot for the wholesale destruction of Indus tries and shipping and other interference with the prosecution of the War. Some of the Mou Are charged with foresters wanted. You like to spend six weeks in a Woods Camp this Spring with Good food and plenty of it Good wages and pleasant work if so and if you can do an honest Day s work the commissioner of forestry wants you to Plant Trees on one of the state forests. The state Forest nurseries have a huge Stock of Trees on about Are Large enough to plan this Spring and about Are of such size that they must be planted if serious loss is to be avoided. So Many of the department s foresters and woodsmen have enlisted that those now in the service cannot Plant even a fourth of the Trees on hand. To overcome this difficulty it is proposed to make five or six Large plantations of a million Trees or More each in Union Potter Tioga and Westmoreland counties. At these planting Sites which Are from five to fifteen Miles from the nearest settlement Camps will be erected to House from fifty to seventy five men each. All available labor will then be concentrated in these Camps. The planting about april 5th season will open or 10th, and will continue until about May 25th. The department of forestry wants to hire several Hundred men who Are willing to leave Home for this period. Save commissioner Robert s. Conk a word to the Wue estimates and contracts made for plumb no. Steam heating roofing tinning Etc. Us kinds of materials in Stock. Coine and Iee me before you invest your Money 1ft in my main Street Welb Tiro a. Feb. A 1915. Estate of a a. Mitchell. Letters testamentary on the estate of w. A. Mitchell late of had Delbury town ship. Logn county. Pa., deceased having granted to w. S. Mitchell of Wells Boro 1 a., and Willis b. Mitchell of Toga Paliy the he Ulster of said county no Tice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons Burins claims against said estate Are requested to present the same o the undersigned. W. S Mitchell Willis e. Mitchell Jan 1c, 1918-ct. Executors. Proclamation in divorce. The Commonwealth of to Buix Greet in whereas Anna Mosher did on the oth Dikiy of tune d Liht prefer i r petition to the judge of the court common pleas for the font a of Viotra 1 Ennst Ivan Prity Luff that for causes therein set Forth she Ini divorced from the Bonds of Matrimony entered into with you the said Erwin Mosher. We therefore command Yon that Settle aside All manner of business Ana excuses whatsoever you be and appear in your proper person before our judge at Welk Boro at the court of common re As there to be held for the county on the fourth monday of next to answer the. Petition or libel of the sold Anna Mosher and to slum we Berbes Kim tick Ashley Clark Renner bail for fifi it totter "4.1ft fir fio 02 to k. Johnson. Walter main Dnald ring pc v. R v o. Place is i to t Wilbur is Frank to biker what Almora e. 13? Tyon soon ten w m. Snit Horace sol h 4" 59.01 7" in poro 74 11 7fi r4 60 23 Fil 27 21 of us to Maho Rah Tances in matters to know Nono too much about. The american people Are doing splendid As it whole with Tho focal i plan in j the lip they Aro doing what and l ministration them to do one i howler constant in crops idea that food Sav ing mean Thrift in the sense of a Mon patched clothe retrench ment in expenditure and even Nic in diet Are often advocated under to Impre wion that food is thereby helped. And mar w Ell meaning persons till la Daft the of food by the in Lex of Purkee. Evlie Vonc that Eon Mentis rbeapne0" program is Meadith developing economies Cuch As Tion of in and distributing Ibe Cor re Tion of uneconomic Babits Ibe suppression of a Nordini and Specula i Tion. And a Universal Liole Birtel invent cration of in Erv indie to and Trade for the purpose of set i tins Ricot met bowls that Bovo Lone Hern note leaders whom combined Dom can t defeat isolated Solf of danced. Self nurtured and terrific ally outnumbered Prussia Well read vector in a to equivalent to n. . With the mis and As futile Lone As outlaw Rivers Ami Rufes Oommen nil of l murres and follow old will break hounds it flood tide Piall the cobra Ewane full shall the Rhine monster live on the world with dra Rofi s Acala shall the foul death of Kins on violate l eternal our flac shall Mohamme l 5 tin if be left it Throat shall Dan s Shar a from for curb banners and ravished Rel Riim

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