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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaState Library vol. 3. Wellsboro Tioga county pa., wednesday january 16, whole no. Red Cross notes. Interesting items about red Cross work All should read. Many false stories Are toeing circulated throughout the derogatory to red Cross work and methods. Death of mrs. M. J. Rood. Sebring Clark Brown Morris news. Morris Jan. Curtin and wife of Elmira who have spent woman burned to death. News of the part week from Miller ton and Vicinity. Millerton Jan. Widow of Tho late George Wilson met with an Accident tuesday afternoon from Lury to i Tiu Vii use w i re Wile. Of Wuu i invt n j Tir Thev arc to the effect that the Rod Home time with his father John cur the effects of which she died wednes Cross is a Ellinb sweaters to soldiers tin at the Curtin House have gone or to the Public that the red Cross to Canton where he has rented a is extravagantly managed that its officers get Largo salaries and its workers receive commissions of r obtaining new members. Morning. As near Afi anyone or Horace l. Jacobs of Williams a fire and she was so terribly port will hold the fret quarterly burned or a a few conference of the new Jear at the m. Hours. D. A. R. Meeting. De one new member mrs. Winifred i Hughes Rose whom we Are to to u tit Mii to to his lot Welcome into our society. An ail held at Green free Library saturday Journ ment was taken at o clock v. L. Presents hag. T after an announcement that the next a regular meeting of the Wellsboro meeting would be held in the Assem i the License question. Death of John Lynough. Be Guettl tyuu1u we i chapter d. A a was held in the room on the practice of Eer re Jorty eight daughters in Atten. The Temperance worker Calls upon co was a former Beu ident of Antrim workers for United action. Antrim Antrim Jan. 14. Sadie As the time of the year approaches Green free Library Assembly room last saturday afternoon with mrs. Frank Pagan chairman of hostesses assisted by mrs. William Occonnor mrs. C. G. Osgood mrs. Charles l. Pattison mrs. Pauline Pattison miss Amelia Pickett miss Katherine pot it is the Dut of All red Cross Mem Jug Church Friday evening Jan. 18. Bers to deny such stories As Thev Are All without foundation and if they Are circulated with an degree of particularity As to details the name of the person circulating such store and the circumstances connected with it Grover were guests at the Home mrs Charles r. Herrott has return House officiating burial at web town. Deed to Jersey Shore after spending some time with her parents or. And mrs. L. W. Jones. Vived by two sons John and Charles of new York City and two Daugh or and mrs Samuel Jones of ters. Mrs l. W. Capwell and Nettie r _ _ i. N a o Tommai. Or should be reported immediately to the chapter or division officers for investigation. There is no doubt that pro German sources Are the foundation of these stories and the per ferns who thought Lessly repeat them Are unwittingly aiding the efforts of the enemy in at v. K. Jones. Clayton of Coudersport and miss Bertha Brown daughter of or. And mrs. Grant Brown of mor Ris were married in Wellsboro wednesday Jan. 9. Mrs. Mortimer j. Rood aged 58 years died at her Home on Morris r. At Home. She had a member of the web town m. E. Church for Many years and exem plied her Christian character by her daily life. The local Institute for Jackson and Rutland will be held at the Mitchells Mills Grange Hall saturday Jan. 19. A cordial Welcome is extended to All. Dinner will be served by the ladies a Iunius Tut i me of Iii. I Vears lieu at Uei a wit us a Viii Jav. _ t tempting to undermine Public Conn b Jan 2. After a Long illness. _ she Aid the West Lackson Church Deuce in the work of the red Cross. The affairs of the red Cross Are run As an open Book it has no Sec rets and is not controlled by any clique. The members of the red Cross Are the red and while it does not seek to avoid criticism it certainly desires most emphatically that the circulation of false reports is survived by her husband and five children. Homer Rood of Camp Meade my. Mrs. Willis Campbell and Maude of Corning miss Bertha Rood of Saginaw. And Nellie Rood of Morris. Interment was made at Oregon Hill on sunday mrs. T. J. Birmingham returned Home on tuesday after a two weeks about its methods and workers should Vas it with her parents in Rochester. Be stopped. Mrs. J. Sebring. Of Williamsport. If on hear any stories report them j announces the Marri afre of her daughter miss Julia Ann Sebring to Jesse Clark of Mehoopany. The wedding took place in new York City during the holidays. At once an investigation will be made and parties maliciously spread ing such stories will be punished. It is a criminal offence to circulate false reports about the red Cross punishable under the espionage act by an imprisonment of Twenty years and a Fine of the red Cross is proud of its work and will defend itself against All defamer. Chairman h. P. Davison the red Cross is the biggest manufacturing business in the world it Lewis Mills while running the engine of his car in his garage on Jan. S was overcome by Gas he was Dis menzo Beardsley of Elmira spoke to the people Here sunday morning and at Jackson Center in the after noon on the subject of tithing from a Layman s standpoint. Our undertaker. Geo. M. Miller has added to his equipment a Fine new motor Hearse. The Alder run Creamery co. Re port an output of for 1917. Tons Tiv cheese. They expect to sell milk this year Council proceedings at the regular meeting of the Council monday evening Burgess Mil Ler and councilmen Bailey Dartt Potter and Sherwood were present. Ralph Blois appeared before the Covo sed his wife in an unconscious j Council and objected to allowing the condition. He was taken to the Pennsylvania sales co. The right to House. Or Robinson was quickly summoned. In about one half hour he revived and is now Able to be out again. Mrs. B. A. Thomas has returned Ein plots ten million workers each re i Home after a two to weeks visit with ceiling the same for every Dollar contributed to the red Cross a Little More than a Dollar goes for the red Cross is the name of the mobilized spirit of the men and women of the american red Cross is the greatest for Good in Tho world and is More towards the winning of the War than any Agency except the army and her parents at Stroudsburg. Middlebury Center news. Place a gasoline tank in Vanhorn Allee. Or Blois stated that he feared to have so a Quantity of Gas Oline stored near his property As he considered it dangerous and that it raised his fire risk. Or. Guy wheel l. Rose. Following a delicious luncheon and a delightful social hour our presiding mrs. P. H. Hershey opened Tho meeting at two o clock with devotional exercises. One of the most impressive features mrs. b. Cameron recording Secretary. Red Cross members. Business it would not seem strange under Normal conditions to find that certain persons in the county have again advertised that they Are to ask for License to do the thing which seems against All right at this time. To i Jajio swi Iio i. List of new red Cross members of our country in the midst of the Wellsboro Branch. Continued from last week. Helen Bailey r. D. 7 Anna Bowen renewal mrs. Frank Burgess mrs. M. E. Campbell r. D. 3 mrs. Lena we have witnessed for some time at a j Coolidge Cora Campbell Dexter society meeting coming As it did to j Homer Campbell Dexter Mary most of us As a Complete Surprise. Mathers ferry Ray Heath Dexter was the marching into the room at Victor Johnson Jennie John Tbs juncture of a Delegate in of six Zoiti Dexter Enoch Johnson Dexter soldiers of the Union Veteran legion mrs. J. C. Merz Ella j. Merrick bearing As a gift to the society a Beautiful american Flag their Flag that Emblem of Liberty and Justice under which they and their comrades so gallantly fought and bled so that there might be secured to us. As Nat ural rights those priceless posses Sions which Are so dear to All our hearts. I the delegation was composed of six members. O. L. White d. E. Bowen. Thomas Kelly j. V. Morgan John j Rogers and t. J. Davies. The latter i Edith Mudge Dexter Wylie Phelps Dexter Arthur Shumway mrs. Arthur Shumway j. L. Snyder. Mrs. J. Snyder Chas. Snyder Lyde sterner Dexter mrs. Eloise West Emmr. Walbridge Dexter Arthur Walbridge Dexter Glen Walbridge. Dexter Floyd Wal Bridger Dexter. Mary Van Darrin chairman of enrolment. Death of w. 0. Preston. The funeral of William o. Preston most expensive War of the Ages when men and institutions Are requested to curtail expenses to economize in every Way humanly possible. A time when the needs of the whole world Are jeopardized regarding the Short ago of Grain and Coal when every person old and Young is requested not Only to economize but to con tribute to the red Cross fund and other institutions set in operation for the purpose of aiding in bringing about that needed and Long sought for condition Universal democracy. Of Towanda is a guest of mi88 Edith Wells. Or. And mrs. Darius Broughton or Lorenton spent sunday with rela Tives Here. Miss Bernice Brague was called to Corning last week by the illness of her sister mrs. Clarence Crumm. Mrs Margaret Whatley has been ill for the past week. John Lynough who had been working at Winburne for the past few months met death at this place last thursday. He was on his Way to work when to slipped and struck on the Back of Bis head fracturing his Skull. He died in a few minutes or. Lynough was years old and leaves a wife and three Small Chil Dren. The remains were brought to his Home Here saturday. The fun eral was held monday morning from St. John s Catholic Church Rev. John Kane officiating burial in the an made the official presentation. He j of Elki Andi was held thursday after spoke of the Confidence he and his n Rev g d anger off eating the fellow Mem Bers of the i. V. L. Had in add fenow8 having charge of the our organization and of the feeling of Security they had in leaving their Flag in our keeping. Their records burial services. The red men s Lodge was also represented. Three members each from the red men s will also landed Over to us to be loft and the Lodge of Odd Fellows kept and guarded with our archives. Acted bearers. The following the speaker told us that Only two per i and friends from out of cent of the army of the civil War was town attended the funeral or. And made up of drafted men. Cons cup org j m of Elmira or. Tion was not looked upon then As it is to Day. The Union Veteran legion comprised volunteers of 61 and and mrs. W. Ferris and daughter Florence of Elmira w k. Stedge. Of Rochester Ernest Randall of j c to t i to u or. Representing the company As its ocal order of the to y l that Thev i sales agent urged the Council to Al i Low his company the privilege of to Howard Brown spent sunday in tinge Tanin Lawrenceville. Or. And mrs. C. A Davis spent last week in new York City. Frank Davis intends to move to Chatham onto f. Pope s farm. A h. Bolton was in Jersey Mills saturday. Way As it was stated that the fire insurance risk would not be increased. The coun cil after discussing the subject for referred the matter As to 62 and the 160.000 re enlisted men Montour Charles Preston mrs. At the end of two years service who c Preston and sons Otis and Ernest were known a a the three year men. J of Nelson or. And mrs. Charles Lugg of Nelson mrs. Ellen Coates of Knoxville and or. And mrs. Dar Ling of Lawrenceville. William 0. Preston son of Aaron there Are so few members left in the concluded some time ago to disband and to place for Safe keeping in the trim cemetery. It is beyond the comprehension of the Albert Carlson of Jamestown re Ordinary Man or woman to under gently visited relatives Here stand How any Loyal american Citi messes William Berwick and Rich zen can have Tho audacity to ask f or _ of _ vhf bume. Such a License. Red the remains of John Lynough to we read that it is and has been Antrim saturday. Necessary in Many places to close Public schools churches and other in the Honor Eoll. Sti Tutins which Are Public necessities and which must work loss to the additional fames of Tioga county present As Well As future generations. M. Tort. It bib Why not if men desire to be Loyal to f1611 f f the Best interests of the world cease i weeks Issue of the agitator to ask for License to sell that which is damaging and degrading in its effect to say nothing of its helping to continue the operation of breweries in the waste of Grain and Coal which is a Universal necessity at this time. Coal operators As Well As other men responsible for the production of necessary articles and implements of War and Industry Tell us that much time is lost by Able bodied men on account of loss of time due to the use of booze. One Hundred and for to loaded ships were lying Idle in contained the 23rd list of the Tioga county men enlisted in the u. S. Army and Navy insofar As we have been Able to obtain them. If you Are inter ested clip the lists and add to them As we print additional names from time to time. We Hope to get the name and address of every Tioga county Man enlisted. You can help us if you will take the trouble to mail us a postal with the name of any Man you know who has been omitted. Benj. A. Louden who enlisted in Sayre. Dec. 3, and went to fort so we spent Twenty three millions of h. C. Cadogan operator at by dollars the part few months Over the Tower is on his j. E. Of France to show the French Sampson Relief operator is working people that the Amer if an nation is 3rd trick. Back of them to hold their men in the i a number from Here attended the trenches until we Are Erady to get our show in Wellsboro Friday evening. Some nine Reie Rieu Lue Manei a Strong la their Legal right to Grant such per t Mit to their attorneys for report fore taking final action in the matter. Custody of some patriotic society in and an la Preston was born at Osce which they could have absolute con Ola in january he was mar Tidence their valuable red decent be r 30, 1885, to mrs. Their Flag and records. It was a very j Laura it no with a daughter. Impressive spectacle and one which Loujse a passed authorizing the Street commissioner to Pur v 1? Charles Lugg and a brother Charles brought clearly to our minds the Hairfi Preston or Preston had resided in Standard of patriotism we must Mam i e1tdand nearly a of his life working l Luc Lucu Queijo 1uj.c 1u. 4 j new York Harbor unable to sail for cum for examinations was accepted Lack of have you heard of and has gone to Vancouver. Wash., Kuiv breweries lying Idle for Lack of for training. Leon r. Smith of Wellsboro enlisted dec. 13 in the aviation Sec Tion signal corps As motor Mechanic and is now at Camp Hancock Augusta a. In order to be entirely worthy is Trade As a army mrp Flora Bolton. Who has been for forty two months the Alliea ill is better. Have been fighting for us. It is up to miss Irene Hajes spent the week the United states to make i end at Niles Valley. These malicious stories against the funeral of Ernest West son of the red Cross Are More potent in the mrs. Cordelia gee of Chatham for East than in the West. Criticism of j of this place will be held at the right kind is encouraged but i Shortsville tuesday at 2 o clock Bur gossip must Stop and this will be a j Ialyn the Keeneyville cemetery. Complis hed Only through Public Opin Ion in this when our chileans raised one Hundred million for the reel 1 private Harold Barnhart expects to return to North Carolina this week. Willard Goodwin spent sunday at Cross it was conveyed to germans i Reese Hill. Through the militaristic transformer miss Rachel Goodwin spent a few thus a few said let us give one1 last week at files Valley. Hundred million now want to Send the Kaiser i in memorial a greeting to Tell him that those few Edward h. Owlett who died in sat around the table and contrib i Wellsboro november 11, 1917, in his need this Hundred million dollars i for 15 Jears a director of the first National Bank where his counsel and services were were fifteen millions of those who heard Henn .7. Allen in the Bridge abutment at Corner of be wart and Conway streets and to build retaining Wall on Tioga Street. After directing the payment of the monday evening the 28th inst., at o clock. Leetonia locals. Arthur Lorenz of Pigeon Hill was in town on business monday. A son was born to or. And mrs. Arthur Root thursday. William Breacher of Pigeon Hill was in town saturday. Alven card was at Cedar run on business saturday. Of the Confidence thus reposed in us and of our designation As daughters of the american mrs. Hershey acting Regent in accepting the Flag for the society said in part we appreciate the fact that you have entrusted us with this Emblem and receive what is precious to you and what will be precious to us in years to come. We feel it a great privilege to keep the5-Flag and we deeply appreciate your Confidence in our this part of the program closed with the singing of America and an invitation to the gentlemen to remain for the balance of the meeting. The Secretary s minutes were read and approved As was also the treas numl3er he had Vears an Active member of the Odd Fellows and red men s lodges and a member of the Parkhurst memorial Church for nearly 30 years. He was a trustee of this Church at the time of i death. Now in the Light of All the necessities of the occasion As regards the new and vastly changed conditions As Well As the old and no less important ones one is led to wonder whether the people of the county irrespective of party Creed or faction will Rise up and come into court and oppose the granting of License according to the changed conditions. It would seem plausible for a meeting of the people of the county to be held and plans be worked out which might be practical and up to the de mands of the Day. Knoxville Meyer b. Hurwitz has discontinued Golden wedding anniversary. Or. And mrs. Thomas j. Davies of Welsh settlement celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on Mon Day. Or. Davies was born in Bloss Burg in 1s43. Mrs Davies was Jane l. Davis of Covington. Or. Davies enlisted in company a 45th regt., Pennsylvania volunteers and worked his Way to a second lie tenancy. He or is it possible that the question j served during the civil War from sep is to be left in the hands of a Small tember 1861, till july ls6a he coterie of self constituted Deg Tutu i was thrice wounded at the Battle his the goods away. Or. And mrs. E. K. Westlake will begin housekeeping in one of the Preston Gilbert houses near Academy Corners. Or. And mrs. S. E. Odle were visit ors at will Baird s in Farmington on Friday. Last week s courier published an Luiei 10 i i politicians take up the of South Mountain he was struck by u 1 a Shell Volch trans firt the their . The Skull. He was in Patterson Park Harold of Elev returned to his re s showing a j accdu7lt a the marriage of miss Ethel Harold returnee 10 Nib n hand in the amount of i Cri school in Galeton monday. Recovered. George Whittaker visited his fam ily in Williamsport Over sunday. Speak at the luncheon Given by e. T. J of High value. He had in an except on Pennsylvania _ red tonal degree the qualifications Ciu ired for the successful administration of important financial affairs he was prudent real and practical interpretation of the word Here Are a few sentence s culled j gracious. And had a Fine appreciation from or Allen 1 ten minute speech of values. This was combined with balance in hand in the amount of Woodbury of Connecticut and de mrs Leon b. Cameron read Ward a Woolam of san Agustine they were married in full style in the 360th co. Of the medical corps at Camp Travis Texas Daniel Baker who has been ser i j w m letter received from mrs. Wat has i Rous which told interestingly of the d a r attended in san Diego cal., where our Regent is spending the Winter and where she at Tho Bellemin Lump on. I a wide acquaintance throughout the general perching told me. What country and a More than commonly exer Fiihr tinier is clone in americans in enlightened appraisal of men and France this Winter Ennitt tie done by Tho american i d general retain said to to the work that thu hed is doing for Franco tins Winter is Worth More than american sol Diers in the line in France to Cia or. Allon told Liow he and other red Cros workers iia sets to Tho French told ices at the Railroad depots As Thev Start Hack again to the among Oiler things in the packet is a Little ill for the past week is recovering. Alvo in Cross work the Friendly band class of the Union sunday school took a Sleigh ride to Cedar run saturday. Those who went Marion Fegley Al ice. Erastus Hackett Theodore card Ruth Trude where or. Woolam is in training. Miss Woodbury formerly lived on a farm near this place and is Well known Here where she attended several matters of business were j school. Laid upon the table until next meet i Bliss Anna Mcdonough of Alle when they will be discussed and Gany n. Y., a trained nurse is spend definitely disposed of. Ing a month s vacation with her Moth the literary contribution for the or mrs. Mary Mcdonough. Rim Intha m ver i was a later entitled the Mon a miss Helen Fisk of Elmira spent of ump tin we Rog for the ast week with her parents or. And miss Anna l. Rose head read c. H. Fisk. Motives in his death this Bank has lost a valued Ami efficient officer the directors a trusted Friend and adviser and the stockholders one who was faithful to the Trust they had committed to him and solicitous for their welfare h. F. Marsh we. O Connor committee. I items from Elkland. Miss Gertrude Warren spent fiday i with friends in Westfield. Mrs. 11. Z. Frisbie entertained the1 club thursday or an Mansfield state Normal school. Miss a Tang at Johnstown pa., with their Porter and teacher mrs. Edward por Ter. Some of the members of the the by quoting an excerpt daughter. Mrs. Walter Haight and i. From a. Tig of n Are sippin family water pipes above the Tannery have the Senate in which he Croft of Baptist i said "1 am proposing that the a Church has been spending a few Days tons should with one Accord adopt a Michigan. Frozen up and we have to get our j water from the Creek. T in h who tvs to pin wifi ref Mlin Ilu Wilh i Harn Lloyl who has Heer work to Trine of Monroe As private Russell gee of Camp Ilan w let c p l co Here the of Tlle Fontyn ,.ol.k. A accompanied by his wide _ _ _ Uin i. Rose said in part the have been visiting their parents Here v Monroe Doc Trine has fir Bably been at Sabinsville or. Gee remains Eura Garner examination. As elastic a piece of dip for a Umo with her parents. Tho United states civil service of Matejc machinery As the internal commission has announced an exam situation has Ever afforded. To it has a pin Tull Riecl in a number of tag their favorite to represent the cause in court and then go to the Hospital for a Long time but returned people with the carefully prepared j to his command just in time to take program place the tools in each of part in the Battle of Fredericksburg. Our hands then say in action if hot to was with Grant at in words now you take this tool discharged by reason of enlistment and when i strike you strike just As expiring in december 1s6-. He 1m i do and when 1 do. Then if you mediately re enlisted in Tennessee have the self respect to raise any of and was transferred to the Arm of Section to taking orders. You Are the Potomac at the siege of. Peters Irvint to mock the wheels of the he received a gunshot wound Temperance viewed in the near the right we. Which put him in Light of our experience during the the Washington Hospital four months fast decade who has in a most con to got Back just m time to spi Catious fashion blocked the cause Pate in the final drive on Petersburg. How Long of How Lone before some who in command of company d at people will cease to dins to old Hob Tho capture of fort he was Bies. Policies and pets and come out wounded in the right wrist or Ana with the Public spirited people in mrs. Davies own one of the finest general and fight the evil of the farms in Charleston and Are among i liquor License boldly and unitedly Tioga count s Best known and most i the Allied nations Are fish Tinc the highly esteemed residents. L Ney i enemy of Mankind across the sea i have a Host of friends who extend d c Smith Henru congratulations and be to wishes for Manv More of Haj Pinesa school notes together the Golden wedding Cele Bhari Eston notes. Brution was attended a Large num the Charleston High school and apr of their fiends and relatives and grades have shown great enthusiasm no Tilini was undone that would in regard to the Junior Heel Cross Pon thute to the of the movement As thib is Ono 01 the first schools that has responded to the rail each Gradi is a Kizik a Small this is Veight Movine week. N a Section Campaign i school arc1 mint tiny amb filanc o already much and Outing flannel Lias been sent Tho l i Itin mass january 14 and Endi Tii As freight mov i ked to for tearing from the car windows Why because this Winter the French sol Dier gets word from Hoim that Tho american red Cross has been Here and has left food cloth Coal h costs ?100 a ton in Mun parts of Frame my my Licine to the Clopto Anas been p. Babo Ork and mrs s. C shopping in Elmira Fri j on 9 anal difficult Ecuador. Mev 1 a Ico president Monroe was astute enough to see Tioga Eoute three. Charles Furman. Of Elmira. Called when made this a Boncie that fnmo7i8 declaration that he could the Elkland journal will have a occur on Rural routes from on he neet to enforce this week or Truax hav other Postoff Oes in Toca counts. 1 be t has become a i Florida to engage in bus examination will to open Only to j and we the m the Smalld child of or. And mrs. Social held at the Home Button was report a Good male Cut Irons who Are actual Domi of have flute Preciou. The manner in which the hire Tor Gen j Rhan or of 3r red Cross. Other trucking companies and All Railroad and l fee for the in the county and 1 to Tho winds a in lick meet the other of non interference Fred Bennitt and daughter i Bornice called on mrs minor friends Toni my died sunday proves very the senior class has finished its course in agriculture and those who have is Metic. For the work. We were entertained Friday morn with a Reading by miss Mcclure Moad freight cars to remove the freight from Railroad stations and to Clear the Derks for a More Effir that the reel Cross is Amer Ica s army in France this Winter keeping up the morale of the French troops enable no them to hold the line until the american troops in Force can get to fran e in the Spring by for 1 on in mediate Famich incl Friend or the by lip the will in Cor inc where Fie Croo it nolo p l by the of a Yore cart Rotl and a hone to friends it Willis s this Fri strip t Vasion of Belgium the of Poland the devastation of Serbia. Must of of Rover at Fanst to this the Monroe Rico Trunp must be 1 if. After this War is Over there such a the err Man autocrat Hnyp no sure of Rose s paper show part care Ful . Tho Ronch knowl pc re of thic important and n Sion in the matter of n Dele cent to the Nat fool Fon fre no put. Edison Gaipo had business in Al in err. Friday. Purkson of Elmira in Home to it tend Tho Opial at Frank Hutton s Friday pop nine mrs Ebert Miller called on mrs. Morrell Friday. Mrs pin no Kyrc and Arvilla White Warp shopping in Almira Fri or and mrs toe Wood Werp in Foj Nairn in Tho primary Prado has taken pos session of the old school bul Dinc which hns fit Tecl up for the Pur Poso the sixth Anc trades have moved into the room in rated by Tho primary we Werp All mom Lav morning to hear that Sun conv Nocht re nil i had the Nils Fortuna to break his Lee he is now in the Blos Shiira Hospital and Hope to hear of Bis Tiit Tini notion to the is in Thiep per Arp so rails p Trio Vul not be n wire t Ion re i Raplp tuition the me usurp be k Jar r of in favor of Chanc a in the must Art on the for Fth at n pro a Ftp 1 n off it hint Iowa times upon our Fri cur frs dip Hern the in notion f is a trip l ult Pel is of pow is i Ristp mrs i lift i t Alt Insp. Or f sip Oie thir l mrs m four n t p fifth alter note or v m yonder apr put s or t calf Hon. A on l rpm rent s . Mrs a. H Dartt. Rpp Lster. Report Baptist Church at Holiday. Huv w p on for in ill is Rater Spanion on dip of salvation Nyrl Niit up Irenr Inree no Nibur Warp it the tire up theirs conv after upon and the to Civ was Verv in or. Made a proposal to the upstairs pupils that the m served hot pm or a Pming h or re mrs v t7 or into inc n t1 p hour. By per Pri to Ijnar i. Pro Nair it 7 o clock s Irr a s Hoil it 2 o clock Hunt Hill s or ppm Purrini after noon pro h o Wal Flint Kiiji Printon Flint of i 1 of Potter clip l in Buffalo 7ioon he in l Lippi intr or it Ali pro for Al o it Ponth Ami it 1 be i a Oporto 1 Flint he was n apr a int hi1 sudden is a torrent shot to the people of Potter lire in 1 of for n1 o if pirs Niv and to the of it a n i of ilium Wpm flinch is in wife nil Ono son he in to Ocra Rounsv a Harp he had a Host of friends rail rails Are to do their part but t let Tho of operation of thu Public in Ini cars As or. Mcadoo has fori ittle fat pc. It is an imperative i it of the hour for to do his utmost to Movo Fricht from cars and from Railroad stations upon its arrival and an Earnest and United Effort Al Lonc the line will a Chiezo wonders in this direction Trust company officers. Trip Ann Ial rpt inc of the Stock Liol prs of Ticora count inv inc tru to co was Hal l after Ruvon. Whf a the follow is pm prof it Ball -., n p. H i Bint b f of pin apr i. B i Melstein. In reps h. 1 i f m Thomas Crl Phynn m l Klo k i c Niini in l c k banned of i Urpi ors pure l the of fico air of a nil in l treasurer c t. Ben putt it c Yogi or of tors. Or liboro p 0. Has or c r mrs Walter f in nerds or c.n-Incov Hail. Top Milne pm morn " if not Caliph for in Thev a put to the dead letter office. Otic h. Davis p. M. Newspaper newspaper

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