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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wellsboro pa., wednesday july 3, 1918. A word to the Wae. Blu mute contract made or plumb ing heating roofing. Tinning Escall kind of intr Slali in Stock come and me me before you in reit your i soupy in 10 my line. W. S. Mitchell main Street. Feb. 8, 1915. Estate of Aaron Baker. Letters testamentary on the estate of Aakon k Bakeh Lute of Mac rain Toloza county up deceased. Having been Ernnt to Kay Baker of in wrench Volle i n by the Register of Gold county nottie in Here by Given to nil indebted to a id estate to the mime at once and All Persona Liming claims raid estate Are requested to present the same to till Urier Slusni d Bay Baker june 19-nt estate of Hosea a Kennedy. Letters testamentary on the estate of Hosea h. Kente Fly of Ulmar township. Tonga county i a dec Eimil Haring Man granted to Ophelia i. Ken Nedy of . I a h d no. The Register of said Cote notice la Here by Given to nil persons indebted to said estate to inv the same at once and All persons Cli Ilmi firm unit mild estate Are requested to pres it the Iii us to the undersigned. Ophelia a Kneedy june 19 6t. Axe Mutrix. Estate of Joel a. Culver. Letters of administration c t n on the estate of Jokl a Culver. Late of Wells Boro Logn county i a deceased liar Lurf been grunted to t. A. Crl Clito. Of Wells Boro inv the iter Lster of said county notice is hereby i Vii to All persons indebted to said estate to the same it once and All persons having claims against estate Are requested to present tie same to tie undersigned. T. A. Crici ton. Administrator c t. A. June 19-fit Wells Ioro. I a. Estate of George Ransom. Letters of administration on the estate of Grok go hansom late of Chatham Tlok a fount. I a Dacia sad Imduk been granted to Ellen l. Ransom of Knoxville i a it 1 no. 1 by the rec Lster of said county Nolf is hereby Given to All per sons indebted to said estate to the same at once and nil persons claims against said estate Are requested to pre sent the same to the undersigned Ellen l. Ransom tune administer matrix estate of hairy c. Shaw. Letters of administration on the estate of Harry c. Shaw late of to sea county i a deceased having been granted to Minnie r Shaw of Wellsboro. Pa., by the of said county notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to estate to the same at once and All persons having claims against said estate Are to present the same to the r Shaw. June ii it administer matrix. Auditor s notice. The undersigned auditor appointed by the Fiji tons court of county 10 report distribution of the funds in the bands of Seth Palmer. Administrator of estate of Andrew Jackson Brown late of deceased will attend to the duties of Sappoli tent at the office of Sherwood Owlett. 109 Nln Street Wellsboro. A on Fri Day. July 12. 1118. At one o clock p. M at which time and place All persons inter ested Are notified to appear and present their Halls or be debarred from partial Pating in said in june auditor. A Noble sacrifice by eve notice to contractors. Pennsylvania state Highway depart ment. Farris Birg. A sealed proposals will be received it said office until 10 a. A july 2, 1918, when bids will be publicly and scheduled and contract award eded As soon thereafter As pos Silil for t be reconstruction of 7.s24 linear feet of rely Concrete pavement from i to 4r wide situated in Erk and Borough to county application no 119 bidding Blanks and specifications May be obtained free and plans upon payment of to per set upon application to state he Givray department Ilar Olsburg no refund for plans returned Thev can also be seen at office of state he Ginaj department Ilar Risburg. 1001 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia 9o4 Hartje building Pittsburgh and first a Bank Iii Olding. Wellsboro i Ennis j. D o Neil state commissioner june 5 4t _ executor s Sale. The under signed. Sec for of the estate Julia a. Knapp late of Lawrence Tioga county. Pa., deceased by of an order of the orphans court of Tioga county dated May 2ft, 1918, will offer at Public Sale on the premises in Lawrence township. A on saturday june 29, 1918. It 2 o clock p. M the Fol lowing real estate a certain tract of land in Lawrence township Tioga county i a., bounded on the North by lands of the estate of Robert Stewart deceased East by the same South land of Stephen Degroff West by lands of John Wood. Containing fifty acres More or less being composed of two pieces 25 acres each one purchased by the decedent of the heirs of Samuel and one piece devised to her the decedent by her husband. Correll Knapp see records of Tioga county terms of Sale 25 per cent Down at time of sol balance in Cash non confirmation thereof and of deed l g Pritchard. Erector i a j ii Putnam Tioga. Attorney .v4t orphan s court notice. Sotiri i then tint the following Titol s of uni pits Mil estate be to i " it Ili Ixo in tin nil of Lints. Will lie in the orphans court to air let tit taif court Lions in vol Kunren in tit Iii on nov. I a. On monday 1. It Tuo o d in for new nud Iii fun ill on monday to 8 Vil to of Lark p m null i Susic Shonu who Sal l m counts should not he Al -1 h i. 1 of Crnec innit Tilp , Invin to Coli. Lit of Villon Story of copyright 1817. Weimern new papir Union Verne Purcell had a double experience in a single that marked the turning Point in his whole life he met Albion Marsh dreamer and inventor i Iii once cultivated. It was difficult to forget he met also the loveliest Young lady he had Ever seen Janice Marsh. It was because Young Purcell was a mechanical Engineer something of an inventor himself and a member of a City technical club that he became acquainted with the old Man. The lat Ter invited him to his Home a quaint Humble cottage but surrounded by a Garden that comprised a veritable Floral Paradise. In the midst of it suggesting a fairy Queen of roses and perfumes and Mvi Etnest stood the Lovely Janice framed in a background of bewildering color. Purcell for a moment stood Riv eted As one in a trance. Then he was conscious that his Host had proceeded some distance in Advance and rejoined him. This is my said Marsh As they entered a Little Square Many windowed building at the rear of the Garden. And this is the machine i told you and proudly the old inventor designated a huge intricate mass of Springs levers rods and piping set upon a heavy the Model will be easier to and he moved towards a Bench on which was a duplicate in miniature of the Large construction. If i can perfect this continued Marsh with the glowing eyes of a dreamer and enthusiast i shall be Rich famous and Content. It is a machine that will do away with half a dozen machines now used in the Manu facture of print Purcell uttered a quickly suppressed ejaculation. His face had paled a mystifying expression came into his Eye. He steadied himself with an Effort. How How Long have you been working on this invention Here he asked in a husky tone of voice. Eight replied or. Marsh. Of i must not fail now so much la involved. A Large paper Mill has offered me fifty thousand dollars to pro who re his two new friends had no Ceplon. He was fighting a Battle All by himself and unselfishness and Sac Rifice won in the Strong mental Strug Gle be underwent. Secretly he had been working on the missing mechanism of the inventor s machine. He never spoke of it to Marsh nor to Jan ice for he designed a vast Surprise for the former and As to in Nice he was to a constant Daze of Delight when in her company. He found her alone in the Rarden one afternoon when he called. There were traces of tears in her eyes and she looked sorrowful and anxious. Deftly he Drew from Janice that she was worried about her father. He is growing thin and distracted Over his she finally acknowledged to Verne. He often rises at any break and shuts himself into his workshop and scarcely rests to eat until Nightfall. Father says there is one Little piece of mechanism that will put the finishing touch to the a and he cannot find suggested Verne. He insists he dreams it but then when he works he cannot reproduce it. He keeps the blueprint on the work shop table All the time hoping the missing link will come to his mind. Of. I i Hope he will not fall to Complete the 1 he shall Complete i ardently breathed Verne to himself and he was so attentive and sympathetic All that evening that when he. Left and Janice eat no Heinz urges you must have it confine yourself to 11-4 pounds per week restaurant rules strict boiled emf wlm week beef Only on 1 Mew. Returned to her room she sat at its i open window in the dark thinking of i him. And fell into slumber unawares. Janice awoke with a Start As she noticed a Light in the workshop. Strain ing her gaze she recognized someone 1 bending Over the work table where the i blueprint Lay. She gave a great gasp. I it was Verne Purcell. The Light was extinguished and Verne stole across the Garden and Dis appeared. The heart of Janice Sank. Why this Clandestine and mysterious visit was Verne Purcell not what he seemed was he Bent on stealing her father s invention the first impulse of Janice was to arouse tier father and Tell him of the incident. Then her Faith in Verne overcame her suspicions. 1 she was preparing breakfast the next morning when her father came Rushing into the room in a frantic state of excitement Eureka i he shouted. Of Janice i my child i have succeeded. I have j been half mad with despair and discouragement now i am lifted to the very Heights. I have found the connecting of the Blue print i must have drawn it when half dazed the Echo of my he and his Model left the House an hour later. Janice visited the work shop. A deep thoughtfulness settled Down Over her As she examined the blueprint and picked up a Pencil from the floor. She received a Brief note from Verne that afternoon. Please Tell or. Marsh that i am called away from the City for a Day or it ran and the Day following there came a Telegram to Janice from her father Model accepted. Money paid and royalties Dur ing life of Patent the heart of Janice fluttered strangely As Verne Purcell put in an appear Ance two evenings later. She handed him the Telegram she had received from her father. Grand exuberant de Verne and slightly started. What is he inquired. The Pencil you dropped in my father s workshop the night you placed on the blueprint the connecting suggestion of the machine. Why this great you said Verne with Emo Tion when it Means the lifelong Hap piness of your dear father miss you share my he must never know. It would crush his Pride his ambition. His was the invention first. It is just that i should step it is cried Janice with Shin inc eyes. Of. My 1 she pinned her Tromb inc hands with in his own. And Verne Purcell knew that there was a i word in store for him her undying for the asking. Beef saving rules in the Home eat no beef whatever if pos sible. Allow yourself As an absolute maximum not More than ibs. Of Clear beef per week if you must have it. In restaurants and hotels must not serve boiled beef at More than two meals week. Beefsteak at not More than one meal per week. Roast beef at not More than one meal per weak. Why you should Hoove Rize following the orders of the food in letter and in spirit in one of the Treuh he serv ices you can Render to your coun try. This program inter National food sharing. Food defeat Germany s in Tention to use starvation As a Force to compel Sib Mitlon of the plenty of food also Timken an aggie she Allied War policy. Torn of Iii Snail proper to is anti of Noirl i i ill of Willsboro. Tum of Python no i inn lil. Lite if we in hot nth of i i Al loll Grid Tiu Ujj. Runs Dollt did in the l my d in of inn a 1 pro. R in r pitl Tonji to hip of i court of common i la is for a innit of i i Iii i. Print. Ine lit Mil Linn in t f Rutlt Shi Murl i hmm tin lion is int inti 1 in " wit1 111 1 t i f my Yon j in h p il1 n t i r i f is 1 r i m no in r i i Tir to do 11 tin it of con Mon Ali is the p to 1 r d for Lif oin i i ill in n mom vhf Auci s l to or Hilpl of 11 111 h 1 v o t to Rah w if it t Tor 1 Fiir ill Odin i t Nam Tim no from in 1 Nils of film in Marmi it to Ems of it Ril Mildr in o Iii to Ltd hid Irtoli no roof fill him Tori i nip i n i i it 11 i i Xvi i i r in tips i a t i it. I t Iii i s or i i it Register s notice. Fid in i to i 1 f flu i n i 11 i i m n i i. I in tin Irrl n 1 on t .1 p i d 111 i i Fin i u m 6. 1 ii in a til fill h r 1 f -.1 1 1 1 i 1 t i i j-11 if n in or i i Irti n. I m ii 1 i in i of m re 1 m i find i my 1 i ins r mom of tin f l m 1 of lit util to l in final of t a or Loti ton in Tito 1 l n of of Jam lira Foint a Nln in it mfr of to of win Lam no i ref of few 1 net fort Fil Point of Huttt j Mir ii for. Of of Jojin t into of Ullh str n Al Natl for Nannt of tar of final my d cd pt-1 in uror Fol or n of m h late of Wal Shoro. r june i 41. And is the Fluce the machine i have to bought out Natl nearly worked out. A close Friend hns invested several thousand dollars in financing me through the years. It Grieve me to death if i could not repay him the gone mus loan. Of or. Marsh added when i turn this wheel the mechanism works per yes i nodded Verne in an abstracted Way. Hut i miss some connection to keep up the Power. I know i shall yet find it. Bis eyes sparkled 1th Lope. A Dull misery now haunted Tiu i of Verne. He glad to be Jilorne. To think to recover from a Slio k. When his Host snid. You la have ten with us and i will go and Tell to have it in the Verne leaned he tally on the work Bench when tie and Pone. He the Model with . The Clynce was not unfriendly Nithra Elk in printed. Thin Mph intent. The Init i that he and Sci ii working the line Fiir the p Veirs and to and pit to Hini if that m Irh h i 1 precedence n to the or trl nil ii Len Mil that he War kid out the Ines in neral Promen fir in Advance of Hie Conception. Yet it was hard to surrender one of his own fond Drei Imi of Gurreri. He lacks the one element i h Jap pot Nin inured Verne. Then he added 1n n rime Centle tone it would break m Init to he forgot the Battle of or Rotoni he us Intro lured to the inventor s Ofiu Thier. The table had been. R n Imoni no All no nit Here nit. And Lumi a it Kiev in l Pink v it i for the Birds that Ali Nornine up it find the flt into flitted about the luscious str when Ries of her own in l the fresh from a Lille in ten i Hin or own keeping. Verne Nurcill spent to of tent nazi Eien intr. It led to others quite f Flint Little and its birr became n cherished spot to Verne Pur cell. Much passed in his mind of thought lieutenant first name. When Venetal Sibert. Now in France with general Pershing was Pondu Jitou from Point As a Sec Ond Many years Apo he to his boyhood borne in Kentucky and for a vacation took a Hunting trip an old fellow known As one of the Best Hunters in the Stute. Years passed and lieutenant Sibert was promoted through intermediate ranks until he reached the Grade of major general. Again he went to his boyhood Home and hunted up his old Friend who had hunted with him years before. The two had a Fine time but Gen eral Elhert noticed that the Hunter per sited in calling him lieutenant it finally got on the general nerves and he blurted out say i like of a whole lot. But Why do you keep on cell inc me the old fellow was abashed but he did t lose his nerve. Ain t that your fort be said. Juit of paper. Apropos of a recent financial mag Nate s downfall a depositor remarked to a Bank official that he thought that the Man in a subordinate position who handles Large amounts of Cash is subjected to a greater temptation than High not who the answer i was a in Jung Teller for ten Jenab tint i can fissure you that handling Cash in Inge amounts is absolutely like hand Long simple pieces of paper with numbers on them. Ii i the of accounting Taftt interests a keeping of those bits of paper in perfect order. The cd Section of Hunt he might do with the Bills never enters n Busy in Yang Outlook. Who Are doing things h tit to .111 no Arl il1 to 1 or scr Are 01 Ion t i u or Vine la of a i i dermal o in in the factories of hit cents 11iere Are to working for 1 is than 5t it w. Eve v Larcil part of the Cru arching of the in Sarina Canada will eat no beef if you can get along without it one and one Quarter pounds of beef per person per week or one and one half pounds counting the weight of the Bone if you need it and must have it these Are the rules for patriotic pennsylvanians As _ announced by Howard Heinz u. S. Food adminis Trator for Pennsylvania. They will continue in Force until further notice. Or. Heinz makes Clear the reason for the new order in the following state ment the rapidly de Cream Long Supply of beef in coupled with the de mands of our constantly growing army in Europe and those of our allies for beef causes increased drains on the available if we Are going to do our duty by our boys in arms and our allies we must conserve the beef Here at Home in order that they May have sufficient food. This can be done and will be done and it will entail no serious hardship on our peo ple. There a a plentiful Supply. If pork and a reasonable Quantity of other meat is used nobody need suf Fer for the want of flesh foods. Following his usual practice or. Hoover asks that the american people shall voluntarily refrain from the consumption of beef during the Dom ing months and suggests As the absolute maximum not More than pounds of Clear beef and 1% pounds of beef with the Bone in it per per son per week. Of course Many people realizing the present great need for beef to feed our soldiers and. The troops of our allies will refrain entirely from its consumption but munition and ship Yard workers and others who have heavy physical work to perform May feel the need of this maximum Quan Tity of h4 p funds per week. Hotels and restaurants Are instructed not to place on their menus or serve boiled beef at More than two meals weekly and to serve Beefsteak and roast beef at Only one meal weekly at most. There is of pork for All of us and we Mav satisfy our appetite for meat with fresh pork Baron Ham sausage etc., us Well As by the occasional use of Mutton Lamb fish and poultry. It maj seem a Little strange that we Are asking for conservation of Bep f at this time and a slightly More Liberal use of pork in View of just the opposite having been the Case last Winter but the reason is easily understood the Stock feeders in order to save the soft Corn that was left in the noun try upon m e Ezrh Ihlenf of w n Ter last fed it to tin hogs in More plentiful than Normal Dunn titles the resulted in a premature ripening of hogs and the co Seq put Earl Kiriki Mync. The soft Coin is not of a in tire that run he for food fur i Ininns Annii this step was taken the lion scr in Oiler to help the Corn and n 11 p suit we find Ourse Hes with a sufficient Quant Ltd of pork to can for All our Nevils if used Intel Leenah Thorp Are so i be tibents enter ing info the Fei cd Lar of the Melon. Our soldiers mid tie ii sch us the chill Ges Iii . Of shop plane tool idiom Iii pit. Pic fun must nil her to Nii Rufli the Ilin Nir Nir that tune n re1, in the Recti Evte fur Conser Nylon in some Cottini Dimock mtn1 n Giorni in con Simiti Nimitz triers the s n Imi for dip f ill. S1 menu lire of m of the unit of nil of save the bags representative i mum an a Oeal for new Economy. C. J. Tyson representative of the banners in the u. S. Food administration for Pennsylvania urge upon the attention of the of this the need Salty for the greatest care in Jap matter of their use. Of bagging especially Burlap bugs there he says an extreme shortage in the Supply of jute from which Burlap is made. This product la imported from India and the Short age of ships has interfered materially with the Supply while the demands of the army for these bugs which Are used in Trench warfare is further depleting the Supply. Fertilizer and other products used by Farmers ure customarily shipped in bags made of or. Tyson makes the practical suggestion that the patriotic Farmer will have every Pound of fertilizer shipped in 200-Pound bags if possible. It is estimated that the monetary saving possible in the handling of the three million tons of fertilizer now shipped in smaller bags will amount to four million dollars annually if the product were shipped in 200-Pound bags. As an exit Nile of the difficulties arising from the shortage of jute it is noted that manufacturers of linoleum who use just cloth in the parking of their product Are finding great difficulty in obtaining sufficient supplies and that they Are experimenting with Cotton fabrics. In the Hope of finding a satisfactory substitute for jute. Best for the skin to keep the complexion Clear of blemishes the head free from Dandruff and the hands White use Glenn s Sulphur soap contains 30 per cent pure Sulphur Best for pimples and hives. It s a Fine toilet soap. Sold by All druggists. Hill s hair and whisker Dye Black or Brown 50c the French like peas cooked in let Tuce leaves in the top of a double holler or Laid in lettuce leaves in the top of a Strainer. Sometimes too they add a Parsley Leaf or a mint Leaf to peas in the cooking to give them flavor hut the Plain flavor of Well cooked Green peas is very pleasing without any additions. Soak celery Ami in phage 15 or 20 minutes before us no so that any in sects or Worms will come out. Potatoes too May Well be to. A their jackets. Looking ahead in wheat crisis food administration will follow example of Joseph and Fronde for Fiore what s chewing gum in French Margaret Deland writing about the life in France in the june woman s Home companion Tella the following Stor Here is a Little Story that reveals it. It comes from one of our own lounging against the counter in the authors service canteen. I wish Vou could see that Little y m. C. A canteen a Small roughly finished room in the v. S. A bar Racks so dark that electric lights must Burn All Day a Kitchen about six by six feet that was once a Bath room so that the tub serves As sink where we Wash endless cups and saucers for our men whose capacity for Cocoa is beyond the imagination of the most imaginative american into this Little with Turkev red curtains with its comfortable chairs and Nice Little tables for dominoes and cards and checkers and with a music machin0 that resounds All Dav our soldiers to buy Cocoa and cigarettes and chewing to All our Hopes of service we three y. M. C a work ers never had a vision of Selling chewing gum but while i hand out three Gums t can listen to the leaning on my Little counter say what s Chewin gum in French i wanted to Tell a French lady How to use it and i did t know what Thev called it in their Lingo Well now i think a stood Deal of these ladies of. Or Here. I was in the Railroad Sta Tion where the French Fellows come in on leave just from the that Niue do that you can hardly their Eves and wounded too. A lot of pm. And they go Back to trenches from there Moos or Verdun and other old hell you can think of. Well. I was watching a lot going Back and ail their women seemed to be on hand to say to them. Well you ought to have seen Era talking and laughing to beat the band and hold ing the kids up to the car windows that their daddies could see pm Why they was like a flock of spar rows jabbering and screaming at each other and kissing their hands then the train pulled out and what do you suppose happened Well. I la be Jig gered if every one of them women did t bust right out what d Vou know chattering away in their confounded for eign language one minute4 and laughing and holding up their kids and the minute bursting out crying by said the boy i dont understand then Lingo but Thev Are some Canada is growing acres of wheat this season an in crease of a million and a half acres. That with the United states crop will go a Long was toward feeding the allies for another year. Of 1 a l or throw the Nii a i Thuv wrap to in incl inn Ponfil t 11 a thu of h ictus Joseph interpreted the dream of pharaoh and said behold there come seven1 Vears of great plenty throughout All the land. And there Liall arise after them seven year of famine and let them 131 her All the food of those Good years that come and Lav up Corn and let them keep foot in the cities and that food shall be for store to the land against the seven years of it is no dream which or. Heinz interprets when he warns the people of Pennsylvania against waste and Calls upon them to enliven e to the utmost this year s crops. The Prospect of a bumper wheat yield this year he says is no reason for Chang i ing the measures already in effect to i save wheat against future needs. I for Many Jears be explains we have never come to the beginning of any Harvest without a surplus Stock i of wheat it is Mure than in elem e to do so it n this cur s Whent crop will be Large crop univ ii n full no no Motif Oman is Porter in i tie my Martin w 1 i is i ii Ali n " or the 1 n1. Lorte 1 flip Nln for the election i the i into or i Leml for of Ivr i be it Ilson s Cabinet Are in racer in san e kind of War world for it Srov ornament i miss rur Leeon Clai Ichter of the general has entered j the As a of woman and draws a month i for fun in Send of boiling them it. In cold i i ill ire in Oji and fresh i Theo litre or to Frame. Where her husband in the trenches and in entered y m c cant in work Wii fins patriotic Leatric i int inenitier1 of he York women s clips to Fiirst Teuton to All its women Tele Ihone of iterators who an Speik both French and Are i Uncle Sam it has to in Cage a number from Montreal. Can Ada Kosp Aprl

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