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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Willsboro pa., wednesday january 23, 1918. Face the facts let us face the facts. The War situation is critical. Unless the allies fight As they never have fought defeat threatens. Hungry men cannot fight at their Best nor hungry nations. France England and Italy Are going hungry unless we feed them. Wheat must have wheat. It is the Best food to fight on. It be the easiest to ship. We alone can spare it to them. By saving just a Little less than a Quarter of what we ate last can support those who Are fighting our Battles. And we can do it without tinting ourselves. We have Only to substitute another food just As Good. The Corn of that food. There s a surplus of it. Providence has been generous m the hour of our need. It has Given us Corn in such Bounty As was never known before. Tons of Corn. Tram loads of Corn five Hundred million bushels Over and above our regular needs. All we have to do is to appreciate it. Was Ever patriotic duty made so easy and so Clear America s own 1 it is the True american food the indians hardiest of races lived on it. Our forefathers adopted the diet and conquered a rent intent for a great Section of our country it has song Een the staff of life. How Well the South fought on it history tells. Now it can help America win a world War. Learn it in t one food. It s a dozen. It s a Cereal. It s a vegetable. It s a bread it s a dessert. It s nutritious More food value in it Dollar for Dollar than meat or eggs or most other vegetables. It s Good to eat How Good you Don t know until you be had Corn bread properly cooked Best of All it s plentiful and it s patriotic. Corn s infinite much do you know about Corn about How Good it is about the Many delicious ways of cooking it and what you miss by not knowing More about it Here Are a few of its uses there Are at least fifty ways to use Corn meal the make Good dishes for dinner supper lunch or break fast. Here Are some suggestions the Lovely lady by Jane Ethel heroin it a i copy Liht 1917, Western Union our hero clutched the villain by the Throat and held him pinned to the Wall and rigid. Then with one hand he snatched the packet of stolen pearls from his pocket. With the other hand he pressed the of his trusty re Volver against his Temple hold so Dale Wyatt interrupted the rapid Reading. How Many hands did this villain of yours have that s so of i m a sad Muddler when it comes to literary effusions. I la never make a go of Why queried Wyatt Point edly. You know Well returned bold Dyson and with a rather help less Crest fall n air. There that s the end of it " Aud he Tore up the screed i he had come to read to his Friend and sympathizer. But the v Ery nest Day he was again at the office of Dale Wyatt. Struck a new he announced quite buoy Antly and think i have hit it this time. The tragic and sensation Al does t Seetta to be my Forte. I m trying the romantic and pathetic. Lis ten now and Boyd read from a newly written Sheet " the stars were out in their full Refulgente. It was the Mystic hour of two a. M. Over the rest of the ver Dure topped Hill the glorious full Moon hold on hold on i shouted by. Plaisi d to Anvi he c ii nov is would any women who in Courtesy and 0 Hinte Utt Tii i us homage to her w c i one afternoon did Boyd passing the Home of a relative where miss Worthington was spending her vacation and Piir Nung that the object of his interest was gone on her usual stroll hasten to seek her there had come a Call for him from his father in the City. He Felt that he must in some via apprise his inamorato of his sentiments toward her. Going Down the right Bank of the Broad Stream he paused in dismay when he saw miss Worthington on the opposite Shore. She was viewing the scenery through a Field Glass and he standing near a rising slope of gaunt Black Rock lifted his hat and waved it As she Mode an unmistakable gesture of glad and Friendly recognition then a reckless impulse swayed him ill do it he breathed hard and Resolute. Boyd picked tip n fragment of the Chalky Stone with which the lower formation of the rocks abounded. He moved towards the Black face of Stone. Deliberately he traced across its sur face the words i love you breathlessly he stood aside his heart beating like a trip Hammer. He noted that the love la lady across the Stream raised the Field glasses to her american sugar sent Torrance american Price rigidly regulated by United states food administration. Consumers Here 9c. Sugar Cost 35 cents a Pound during civil prof in now curtailed hot breads Boston Brown bread. Hoe cake. Muffins. Biscuits. Griddle cakes. Desserts Corn meal molasses cake Apple Corn bread. Dumplings. Gingerbread. Fruit Genis. Hearty dishes Corn meal croquettes. Corn meal fish balls. Meat and Corn meal dumplings. Italian polenta. Tamales. The recipes Are in Farmers bulletin 565, Corn meal As a food and ways of using free from the department of agriculture sugar is Selling today throughout Amei Ilu ill from to 9 tuns u Pound to the consumer even there is h world which has reduced this nation s augur allotment to 70 per pin of Normal Ali Tough Hie efforts of the United states food us anti Stratton sugar Market has Heen i emulated As far As the Pio Dueer Kellner and wholesaler is concerned the food administration has no Power to regulate retail prices except by Public opinion even though More than tons of sugar have 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 Eads and hives. It s a Fine toilet soap. Sold by All druggists. Hill s hair and whisker Dye Black or Brown soc anything Over this amount to he agreed get the California refinery of who Csc Eye was fixed upon the rude scrawl he seem Fostir months the retail grocer s sugar he upon me Rule g m a pent8 de Able even at the distance of 200 feet to note a Quick flush to her Cheeks a thrilling Flash to her glorious eyes. In wild suspense and then in Joy he fancied he detected the Start of an encouraging wave of her Dainty hand As she lowered the glasses and then a wayward gust of wind swept should sell this sugar at 8% to 9 cents the food administration believes and asks the american housewife to no More than this amount last August when the food admin extortionate under the Law in the course of these investigations it was found by canvass of the cuban producers that their sugar had during the first nine months of the past year sold for an average of about per Hundred f o. B Cuba to which duty and freight added to the was manager by this 34 cent i Cream in cuban Price. Or Rolph did not the the Price it does raise the Price the hawaiian Farmer about that amount. It does not raise the profit the California refinery because their charge for refining is like All other flyers. Limited to per Ipa of cording to on . Web Briw it cents a no per Hundred or a Differentia of refiners Cost amount to about pounds plus the freight differential per Hundred. The average Sale Price the established custom of Tobej Trofe of granulated by various refineries a _ cording to our investigation was about sugar Rose suddenly to ii cents by regulation of the sugar Market and reducing the Price to 8% and 9 cents Lay Thi modern Knight cd. Chivalry plunged into the head and into the Stream. Splash without a moment s thought or de att. Don t you know that the full hands and riveted gaze the owner of the pretty hat stood watching Boyd. She saw the hat floating to mid Stream he after it swiftly. He seized it just is he neared one of the numerous Little clumps of Reeds that formed islands tend to her Side. 1 Moon never rises after l Boyd Tyson uttered a groan of de Spair. He Flung his latest literary of i in the River suddenly he went Down. I fort under his feet. He stamped on miss Worthington unfred a terrified it he thrust his fingers frantically through his hair. Wyatt pushed him into a chair. I sit he ordered until i drive 1 a Little common sense into that boo led 1 head of yours. Let s Start at the be i ginning. Miss Daphne Worthing you know it assented Boyd with emphasis. Because she has written a fairly remarkable Book and is truly a highly intellectual and Beautiful woman 000000 in four months according to a statement made by Herbert Hoover the other Dav it is our Stern duty to feed the Al lies to maintain their health and strength at any Cost to or. Hoover declared there has not in reducing the differential to to there saving to the Public of m cents per Hundred had such a inferential been in Nap from the 1st of january 1917 the Public would have saved in the first nine months of the year about next year. With a flew to More efficient organization of the Trade in imported sugars year two committees have been formed by the food administration committee comprising repro or Rolph has not one Penny of i Erest to that con will win democracy Swar America s greatest Cereal crop is now moving to Market or. Hoover declared Mere Nas Noi l a come Nettee comprising j been nor will be we see it enough 6entatltes of All of the elements of mainstay in Nallen o a kids. O 1 Deen ukr win us nov Seull Lvcy i scream and Sank to the ground a Eyen present meagre american Cane refining groups the swoon. Some picnickers nearly Nas depressing rat on unless they Send pro Nepal duty of this committee is to it k we sugar wheat of _ _ ._____j.1, l i Mil j. To i r i t Boyd s foot had caught in a sink in gift Tony Force them to near to Arious capacities and see that in mass of tangled roots entangled j Ekner to further reduce their ration a Boutt Justlie is done b every re i notice. Notify i Lif Nln Alvon Ali it top flirt int find mount of b Duus Moru uru urls top of Siriph i unit i tils b in Feliu in the court of common i la is of Tiona l i unil Ali it tin Siuk be in court for Ilion Nisi on Momm a Jam 1 is it two Pirllo k r ii will ii Al Lilly foil on 11 at two Olti l p in unless onus i Why raid in unt not i id on j Jin k 2f itt Dionot Irv proclamation. Whereas Hon. S f president judge of the fourth judicial District of Pennsylvania compost a of the county of has issued his Precept to me directed for the holding of an orphans court court of common fleas general Quarter sessions and and Terr Mner at Willsboro. In and for the county of Tioga Penn Sylvania on the fourth monday of Jan l Berft the 28th Day a d 1118 and to continue three weeks notice is therefore her Obj Kiven to the Coroner. Justices of the place and. Constables in and for said county of Itoku to appear in their of n proper persons Thi in records inquisitions exempt Tiona and remtmbranct1 to do those things which of their officers and in thur behalf Appertain to be done and j Tutti Sec s and other Pina prose j Cut if m lit half of the common talk i my Parbon or Lor Solis Iri require to k to then then attic Len a 1 not depart it their i peril juror Are it inc sign to t per Tuat in their Utu Nantt. At the an med time ably to n Lac cd inti and r in hand thu Stal it inc airs of Sci in the i eth Day of r in the r m in in Ord in thousand t in t in Irod an i Iii or Van p i t t r it d 11" t so Riff remasters notice not in r _ h n Ali ii to i i u i i r m n m de i 1 t no d Ienir if o 11 to in i .1 is i fill inn i i in i the i i in 1 i ii is i r v i i 1 in Ali i i s i mini 1 i n in n i n la i p i s 1 i 11 i 1 1 a it t i estate of w. A. Mitchell. Is to St in entry on the of w Mitch ill the of town ship Tjo sri Counti a deceased having own Gnu cd to w s Mitch 11 of Wells Boro Punal to tithe Mitchell of Siosi a by the a Printer of Sild county no Tolj h Lureby Shen to All persons indebted to Sigild Estitia to thu Silm it Onu my ill persons claims As said Are or Misti i sum to the Are Nam Stid to present Thi Saluc by Jan 10, 1018 fit w s Mitchell e Mitch Eti tutors auditor s notice. Tin uni Rte rip Ned auditor Hippo mind tin Orph in court of i comity to ill str Buti tin in tin binds of poll Tok of r Niton i i stator t i of Tbs i St itt of fill o Poi. Jim Iii Dix id 1 Ito of Tai nov if i Hal i n it Tuil to tin Dull of his it his in Imrit. I on Rill j4 l in it oni o k in tin if Turmon it time ind pin ill Pir Send Mil in up in and funds must i fluid it and in int in Thor of Pulim fill in or tour will be thu Rittir Ilc Birgrid from in Liless Liuro i Dot 4t Val tar i 1 i t m i m i v Al k in i h ii 1 11 1 i Tild i i its 1 in i ii t St in 1 i i i i k i i f a Linin Ilion i i 1 "111 i i 1 1 1 us n 1 i Jiter n 1 i i in m n i m Al 1 Iti i f r orphans court notice in to lib Nib Shui tint tin followings in it re s r in and p a Miil i Titi is i d to in n t lined tin widows ind 1 ii in n r a in n Sli f 1 Trio Evi e it f 1 i Orr t1" n to 1 on f of Moln Arttra Larrt Rini Voln ii on Wornor Nln knots and n it kno Vilh Najfi Mon i will to of flirt on Thi 1 two clot a in if fat Renoon time it clerk of Tow court of Quirt or of the Pence in for county of 9 St gazed at it reflectively. Her with nil the Attri bute1? of a pro Doss i l proceed to fall in in Vii ure an Earth bound Finch he in u Distant Star of in Eunk aerated i cause she is intall Putnal list in k Niti Isih Lii inn regards it r successful novel n Mere Cas Ual skit written for mom h r comment upon sane of the n Kineer lne feints in you have shared us evidence of a capacity and ability that truly pm grub come and to the realm of imn try of her Peerless come Down from the Len Ali 1 almost howled sly her feet Are like those of nil if Miu re Drifting to la Nncy by cruise of Are in her to at once and i r to 1 or Jou put he would ins Humble Petite n and the n i would Uttich de i cur no in if it finnly l Chi hcs i i will at unit in min Leht i r Prisque Evi r and Knnox in prof Cronce to utter Binish in no is Fli if Sunshine All Lime Ruli 1 unit Lent o to oin miss Daphne Worth is thinking is much and no i tit is my Are of her tit s Ervih if i know that a Rii Fojtl in n for j of Cost Itic i it Liik he to Ltd to id Iove it it 1 not t it i n i nit i mils to sub nit his int to Thi Durif Thi lit h Oil to h a Trinid 1 my to him is Thi 1 if Rrell i f Woin Lili 1 Irv hi1 by pro n in 1 Houf Vir n to if Lur i Lle Rufil i 1 i u i spill ill i my Lio l i is i it i i Fol 1 t no f i n to r in nil i k n Bis j irl my it lend it of of to let Fri re has Ali mfr of the Iii me lie therk i i in is if n t to limit he v is to in in he Sank but through powerful efforts a a. Gand we will have was Able to pull free coming up five Jone a unmake to our abilities to win feet away where the High Reeds screened him from View from the opposite Shore. He pulled away the Roellke strands j about his feet struck out for Shore j reached it soaked and dripping. Her head pillowed in the Lap of a lady i Daphne opened her eyes j of he is she wailed and then she noticed the Limp dripping figure coming up the Bank. Her hat in his band. A Seraphic smile j crossed her face and she became again insensible. Bold delivered the hat to one of the picnickers knew that miss Worthing ton was in Safe hands and vanished looking the half drowned rat. He had no desire to be seen by his fastidious lady love in that plight. An hour later however in his usual neat trim. Boyd Learned that miss Worthington had not yet returned Home and sought her across the River Shore in the distance he discovered her Daphne was seated on a Rock near the spot where the love scrawl was she was gazing at it reflectively. He came near to her. She arose with a grateful smile upon her Beautiful lips and neatly gloved hand extended. You frightened me so " she said with a Little shiver All for a Worth less you Pardon boldness i Hope " broke in bold impetuously pointing to the writing on the Rock. It was impudent of me i know. Please woman May be proud of the honest homage those words imply so seem childish to a lady who can so grandly it the their slip Sluty that mikes them so murmured Daphne do you know Ain More tender Thev come from a True i Artud i mn7" i am that " rated bold car ried completed out of Gnu self of miss Tutor Thenmon what do Jou to that foolish to crawl " replied Daphne her face aglow and she pick d up a Fra Gnu it of the Chalky Rock and Addid a Woid n Shiple word to the Chr Onkle so that it Nad to the ecstatic eyes of bid to son i there s a time to miss Miriam we 1" m veil has been to famine threat one Europe. I finer. I 2. A committee comprising three rep resent tires of the English French America s great Corn crop i and italian governments two repro ing bushels will save Senta Tives of the american Renere world 8 food situation officials of Tow i with a member of the food adm Nistra United states food administration Tion. Only two of the committee have i arrived from Europe but they repro Corn Tfaye natlon.8 Best Tood Cereal. Sent the filled governments the flu Boug elves Are beginning to really. Ties of Tali committee Are to determine u elemem8 of eyed t. Old Mich Tomt Little urls Fol mull not Lulett but k not u 1 in list fir ill ill it lio1 so Ltd is to Nam to t i r Monthir for in incl Lilc i Counti r non blur Little Perl Iii ten r Shi i t know win Ali r Himi first unit 1 Kenw Ali it of i ill her in its. It f in Ali it b in it i r to r b i1 Lin Nicot h r Uii prop on r err ism n Mic c unil Iii in the 1 i i i l i f of b i in Iti lint Tinct b no in r but i butt us n 1 no 1 Tiss in in it ski b no n t loin Mth first on inn b 1 i 1 s j n is f i lit i i i i i in to i in t i Pun d l in u i i n 1 ii ii but b no d in t tin full k till w it inc for Bini miss Vii to a Lone strips uni it i to Hirl it nth fix Vetrino of in nerf 1 it ii in lev that Al if quite to would come of across Hor in the Woods or Tho a Orple paths lining the Cliffs on either Shire of the rarer she seemed always education not a prerequisite. C Harli s in in i i enl l a a Lent v b no f ml1- ii non Taco if f 1 Nike no u in in my a Mill a lie i is Virs in 1 in tin 1 i m i offt n it n f ring t i i n fit i i pc into to Patlis of i in Tirril id to i i ii n it r n i m a til n 1 1 rot in of nov Lif of to for n Fin in it find Tju to nil Nair no Grant and to of 1 tilt Ishad if non nil walks of life Boni Fito to Ekht a Wmk a almost in rain lakh Thov int Rurh of what is Loti Only cell of not a Pere on site for in life reason for world shortage. As or Hoover pointed out the United states Canada and England were sugar importing countries before i the War while France and Italy were very nearly self supporting the main sources of the world s sugar Supply was Germany and neighbouring Powers the West indies and indies German sugar is no longer available As it is used entirely in Germany which also absorbs sugar of surround ing countries England can no longer buy Long tons of each year from Germany the French sugar production has dropped from 730 000 to 000 tons the italian production has fallen from 210000 tons to 75 000 tons. Thus three countries were thrown upon Etui and Indian sources for tons and mlle to maintain their Normal consumption because of the worlds shipping shortage the Allied nations started drawing on the indies for sugar East Indian sugar took three times the number of ships since the Dis Tance was Throe times As great Sud Denly the As called on to fur Nish and did furnish 1 420000 tons of sugar to Europe when 300000 tons a the in War demand the lilies ind drawn from lava 400000 tons before the shipping situation be came acute in spite of these or Hoover stated the other Day the English in annual reduced the ration to a basis of 24 pounds per minium per capita and in september the i Rench govern ment reduced their House hold ration to 13 2-10 pounds a year or a bit Over 1 Pound of Sucar s month even this Moncre a Nylon could not be filled by the French government it was found Parl in the full America was then asked for Loo Foo tons of sugar and succeeded in is and inc r Iono tons by december 1 the Trench request was com Ted because the american House hold consumption was then it least ri5 pounds per and it was on Syrl ered the duty of the French morale made our course Clear today the sugar situation May do summarized by stating that if America will reduce its sugar con gumption 10 to 15 per cent thai nation will be Able to Send 200000 More soldiers to France Bugner today fulls it seat mid re Uril Ries a Hundred pounds the who Risili grocer his to limit tils i n 111 to cuts a Hundred plus freight. Find the unil Groi r is to take no More than n Hundred pounds profit this no lat Lon wits made 1 v the fool and mails to Nylon in asks the hous Twisp to reduce sugar i a sumption much of Fin sigh Nult l other find a Findri is i r Tomt Slit Mould any no More than 0 cents a Pound for us Jar control of Cane refiners profits. Immediitclj1 upon the establish mint of the food or Homer Mil in Praml Netlon run in of tin ind profits of up fun int in 1 it was finally that the and tips when the com of raw in i the snip of up Ftp a Canp of Cir should he Lorn Ltd to ppr Hundred pounds the Dlf i run Tohl Hafl it out ft5 find found to have he in he the War in of re fun Lar loses Cost of Lavir insure i inc into rpt and other Ruthir More than cover the prolonged the ref input Warp placed in Der grrr mint la Mem on october 1. And the body in a state of health lies to arrange transport at uniform when used according to the scores rates to distribute the foreign sugar Between the United states and allies tried recipes especially when blend with an added portion of fill subject to the approval of the Ameri fat sustain life indefinitely. In can English French Ami italian gov warriors in co ionian Days lived of Ern ments parched Corn alone for Many Days s this committee while holding Strong Valley forge parched views As to the Price to be paid for a Meg the Gole cuban sugar has not had the has not had the final voice this Voi e has rested in the governments com earned together with the cuban government and i wish to state emphatically that All of the Gen Utu in concerned As Good commercial men have endeavoured with the utmost patience and skill to secure a lower Price and their persistence has reduced cuban demands to 15 cents per Hundred the Price upon is about 60 per Hundred pounds Fob. Cuba or equal to about duty paid new York this Price should or Hoover said to about per Hundred for refined sugar from the refiners at Seaboard Points or should place sugar m the hands of the consumer at from to 9 cents per Pound depending upon locality and conditions of Trade or at from 1 to 2 cents below the prices of August last and from one half to a cent per Pound cheaper than today elimination there the Continental soldiers. Owing to transportation difficulties caused by the War the Corn crop moved More slowly to Market this year Tham Ever before. Now the Cereal is reaching the filters and Consumers. In the meantime the nation s surplus wheat has been sent to Europe today there Are approximately 30 bushels of Corn for american. This Quant Ltd is greater by five Bush Els than in former Corn has become the nation s stay in the crisis of War just As this Cereal saved the first american colonists from famine of Many occasions just As it served s St Isle food during the of the ret solution and during the civil War King Corn has come to the front to the tuition s Buttle with autocracy. Corn men to finding increased use in the Wmk Iii of Ordinary hundreds of housewives and niacin of the larger Bakers Are mixing 20 per Lent torn meal with wheat four to make Lei bread to is now in elimination of n bake in the it Inonu alone the in Sulie and with the people Oxer Oik 000 of that apply to straight the no Lime ill Ltd list Cai a part in f hums to the cuban Corn Leai entire Oxer Oik 000 of Lii Iris list Cai a part in o tie cuban Huwui Lin i m la in in ind 1 Ousia Ilan producer ind pin in the consumer appt als to in ii Nln t Ivi Iii to the food Kiin lunar. In line in n made in Nise the l no i i irn e is units Home Hill of 1 17 it is Sun in effect Ali it Hie Ulins ire n on i ii ill thai be con 1 i in i uni Imer made of i of Produn ing i air in Uli i i it Jour our n in in Uli t and in d it him r i i Miina Prodin i i in n ii in i l m i e found i it in v i i-1 i of Al u is ii i it i i i i o i ii w i in 1 1 in Ordi r to Tini i n Ami in White 1m lion or n Minn inn Rice of pro this i i i is ii Hill i ii would Sunn to in i Rico Prin 11 in o was 2.1 n its i Hove tin i i or h or ii Mut one Fly Ali f ii p my to the run r mid More than this amount h Lurn our Raduc lion in in tits if a to Prozhi Fioti in Culm could take Lii t course just it the line of All Olmis in our his Orv when production for stirs feb and the Al lips i Urt tips thin that tin suite Cle Perl Pinnt will a spurt that such a Rourm a until Prodi Ife Dastur Lenrer in Culm Nyrl do strove our Prisant but he Vonil nil Thi int Franl be one of human Jimke thin Perl country in no a Trot by the my the of its position to krnnplf1 Cuba chirp for third no Imp Sutlon upon the amoral run Pamir in Rares five icon Ronde before commit tre that or Lidolph i nor Favoro to Ben Iii iliac n greater popularity than Ever la fore housewives Are coming to Reilie ibid every Pound of win at d in time ins a Pound of Uli Isid for shipment to nations with is h Ted in the War 1 Hen ure n score Olcorn products that to i possess uni Isu in for Aurli ins Orn for Sweet ening Corn rakes and inn Kwh in at cokes and for in tin kit Diin Itiat id of Conn ulsted sugar one of the leading products inn be from Inin torn Oil fur air Ahtl for every other i a runs till d salad oils is n i urine on i Iii Ket in Large Dunn titles. It Conn from the germ of the Corn an unfailing sign Midi f tin

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