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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wellsboro pa., wednesday june a word to the Wise. And for plumb bloc team both ukr tinning Etc. All Kyndi of materials in Stock. Come me before you intent your Money a 8. Mitchell. Main Street Wela Boro Reb. 8, 191b. Estate of Jod a. Culver. In tiers of administration c. T. A., on the estate of Joel a. A Ulvik. Late of Wells Toga county i d., Dwe ased. Havion been granted to t. A. Crichton of Wells Boro i a., by the of said county notice is hereby pleven to All Persona in to said estate to the same it once and nil persons having against Bald estate Are requested to present the to the Jane 19-pt. C administrator c. T. A., Wellsboro a. Estate of George Ransom. Of administration on the estate of Geouge Kansom Lute of Chatham to Oga county. Rn., a Censed Hnvlik been to Ellen a Han Soiu. Of Knoxville i r no. 1, it the uce Lster Ott situated in Elkland to county. Application ? Brobis and specifications May be obtained fret and plans upon payment of per sett upon application to state department no refund for plans returned they Chin also be seen at office 5? state department 1001 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia hurtle building Pittsburgh. And first a Bank build link Wellsboro. Penna. 0pnh1. Bute commissioner 5-4t. Executor s Sale. 132 rods to a Bugar and thence by Laud surveyed for we. Palmer and surveyed for Fobb North 110 rods to the place of by to Lannic contain link acres part of warrant no. 1548, conveyed by Hannah m. Shufton to Peter in in by Dii a dated May 14, 18r4, recorded in record Hook no. 33, at two Etc., and conveyed to the Flat party herein by James h. Mat soil guardian of Ada Brooks by a deed dated june 12, recorded in record Book vol. 70, 110. Etc. Excepting six acres heretofore conveyed us out in. Said lust mentioned deed. About 40 acres improved balance pasture land with a Frame barn 30x40 and two Apple Orchards thereon. To be sold As the property of Thomas Burton Nior Kacor and John Bur ton Christopher Burton Charles Burton James Burton Mary Jane Vanvlett Ellza Vanvelt Evan Burton Nina Burton guardian of Ruth Torpy and Edson j. Atlin Tui Ardlan and Teni of John English. Florence King Lush. Bell English Anna Ink Lush Alice Burton. Leon English Cora English and Wllliam Forest English Pren owners suit of Walter Sherwood who is executor under the will or Henry Sher Wood deceased and Devisee of said dece Dent who was Assignee of e. H. Owlett. Who was Assignee of Walter Sherwood trustee under the will of i. Nichols. And also All that other lot of land situate in mid township and described follows beginning it a Post the Houth West Corner of land surveyed for John w. Hastings thence by the Bame East maj rods to a Post thence land formerly of Peter Green South m rods to a Hemlock thence by land now or formerly of r a. In Rolner West rods to a Post and thence by land surveyed for a. L. War Riner North 04 rods to the beginning con Taining forty nine and one half acres More or less being a part of warrant no. 1m3, conveyed by Hannah m. Wharton to Hor Ace Butler by a deed dated Jan 14. 1805, and recorded in record Book now Page 381, Etc. And conveyed to the nest party by Jerome b. Niles and wife by a Dee l dated 20, and recorded in record Book no. R2 Page is. Etc. About 2c acres under cultivation and balance pasture land with n m Story Frame Bouse a Vita Wing attached a Gambrel roofed barn with shed attached is Xiii a Granery n wag on shed. I clime Ken House n hog pen other outbuildings in nipple Orchard and Good sugar Bush thereon. To be sold As the prone Rev of Thomas Burton Mortgagor and John Burton. Christopher Burton. Charles Burton. Jmc a Burton Mary Jane Vanvelt Elizabeth inn vim. Evan Bur ton. Nina Burton guardian of Ruth Torpy. And Edson j. Rat Lin guardian and let Emo John English Florence English. Leila Bell English Anna English Alice Burton Leon English Rora English and William Forest English present owners Salt of Walter Sherwood who is executor under the will of Henry Sherwood deceased and Devisee of said decedent who was Assignee of pc. Ii. Owlett who was Assignee of Jval Tei Sherwood. Trustee under the will of l. I. Nichols deceased. 4. All that lot of land in Elk township. Tioga to unto Pennsylvania bounded and described As follows beginning at n Post in the dividing line Between the counties of Toga and Potter the same being the North West Corner of n lot of land formerly owned by k. Marsh and being the Southwest Corner Hereof thence northerly along the Potter county line 46 rods to Post the Northwest Corner Hereof thence East along lands of Leua to the Kettle Crowk Road. 160 rods or there about thence in a southeasterly direction along said Road 3-t rods to a Post thence North 81 degrees East. 65 rods along lands o Jonir Patter thence South degrees East 18 rods along lands of John Parker to a Post the Southeast Corner Hereof and thence West 107 rods along lands of r. A. 5nvder to the place of beginning conf Len ng.46 acres More or less with a store Frame dwelling two Small barns Ano. Some fruit Trees thereon. To be sold As the property of Otto Braun suit of Lelzell i Tate of Aaron e. Baker. Letters testamentary on the estate of Aaron b. Baker late of Osceola Toga county. Pa., deceased baying been granted to Rov Baker of Lawrenceville. I a., by the Register of said county notice is Here by Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the Simie at once and All persons having claims against said estate Are. Requested to present the same to the undersigned Ray Baker. June 19-et." executor. Estate of Hosea h. Kennedy. Letters testamentary on the estate of Hosea h. Kennedy late of Delmar township Toga county. A deceased having been granted to Ophelia f. Ken Nedy of tuft Dighton. A. R. D. No. 1. The Register of said county notice is Here by Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons having claims against said estate Are requested to present the same to the. Undersigned. June Ophelia f Kennedy. Executrix. Auditor s notice. The undersigned auditor appointed by the orphans court of Toga county to report distribution of the funds in the Brown late of Mansfield a deceased will attend to the duties of his appoint ment at theofice of Sherwood Owlett. 10ft main Street Wellsboro pa., on Fri Day july 12, at one o clock p. A. It we ill time and place All persons inter ested Are notified to appear and present their claims or debarred from Parthel Patong in said Owlett. June 12-4t. Auditor. Proclamation in divorce. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Ralph Abbott greeting whereas. Delia Abott did on the 28th Day of Jan uary a. D 1018, prefer her petition to the judge of the court of common pleas for the county of Toga Pennsylvania Pray Ine that for causes therein set Forth she might be divorced from the Bonds of Matrimony entered into with you the Sall Ralph Abbott. We therefore command you that set Etling aside nil manner of bus iness and excuses whatsoever you be Ana township. Tioga county fa., deceased by virtue of an order of the orphans court it Loea to unto dated May a. Wis win offer a Public Sale on the premises in Lawrence township. Pa., on sat Duax tone 29 1918. At 2 o clock p. M., the Fol n Vinici of land in Lawrence Law shop Toga county. Pa., bounded on the of two pieces of acres having been purchased by the decedent of the heirs of Satner cad and one piece devised to her the decedent by her Fiu Ebann. Correll Knapp see of Tio brn of Safe 25 per cent Down at time of Sale balance in Cash upon confirmation thereof elector Lawrenceville a. J h Putnam. Toga attorney. June 5-4t.______________________ orphan s court notice. Notice is Herby Given that the following p. M., Contr Mimi us two Povlock p. To. Unless Onilse blown Why said accounts should not be 0estatedof 3. B. Adrianes ate of Law rence township deceased widows invent ate of township deceased widow s inventory of rest Atea of e b Dort late of Wellsboro de7f-ased widow s inventory of Persona William 51. Reynolds late of Clymer township deceased widows in cd a test next to answer the petition or libel of the said Delia Abbott and w show cause. If any Yon have Why the said Delia Abbott your wife should not be divorced from the Bonds of to the acts of general As Semow in such Case made and provided. Hereof fall not. Witness the honorable Sevellon f. Chan president judge of our said court. At Wellsboro. Pa., the third Day of june a. D. 1918. Boson j. Red Cross notes. Call for nurses is cations. There is an olt Lucial uniformed representative of the american red cows in even Large army Camp and Cantonment and naval station in tie United states the smaller army posts and naval stations Are covered through the div lion bureaus of Mil Relief this representative by general order of the Secretary of War a accredited to army head Quad and has the status of an officer of the Ami and is held Ixer tonally responsible for All red Cross activities in the Camp to which he is accredited. Therefore. It is ordered that no communications Between chapter officials workers or members 01 the red Cross and army or Navy officers at Camps Cantonment and naval stations must be made except through the red Cross Field directors or other authorized representative of the department of military Relief. No red Cross officials workers or members should visit Camps As representatives of the red Cross without Tho Sanction of. And under the direction of the Field director or other authorized agent of the department of military Relief. The red Cross can. Ask for ten Mil lion new members and get fifteen one Hundred million dollars and get one Hundred and seventy million but even the passionate and generosity of. The members of the red Cross can not oversubscribed the Call for the enrolment of graduate nurses for the reason that it takes three years to turn out a trained nurse and the Supply is limited. In this country there Are less than graduate nurses registered and non registered 50 per cent of whom it is Safe to assume Are in eligible for enrolment for service in the army and Navy because of age disability and reasons of Public Neces Isi Khilla it it this leaves less than 40.0001 growing desperate according to As nurses. Admitting that every one to sheriff. A. Also All that other lot situate in said Elk township beginning it a Post 4 rods East of Kettle Creek being the Northeast Corner of lot known As the Peter Paul lot. Whence North. 85v4 degrees to n Post in the county line dividing Toga and Potter counties thence South. S Grees West. 46% rods to a Post in said con nov line thence South. 85% degrees past in rods to a Post in the Center of the Public Highway thence North 13% degrees West 14 if rods to a Post m the Center of said Public Highway thence North 85% degrees West. 6 rods to a Post thence North 5 degrees East 32 3 rods to the place of beginning containing 50 acres More or less being part of warrant 2630. About 20 acres improved. To sold As the prop erty of Otto Braun suit of Lelzell George also All that other lot in said Elk township bounded on the West by the line dividing the counties of Toga and Potter on the South by lands known As the Dick Inson warrant on the East by lands late of s Las Billings deceased and on the North by lands la of John Maynard deceased containing ifi2 acres and known As the Clinton West lot excepting and reserving o in by Imper deed from r a Snyder and wife. The three lots be ing the lands conveyed to Otto Braun by Norman West and wife by deed dated sept. 15, 1913, and recorded in deed Book no 140, Page 61. About 35 acres improved with a Welling and Orchard thereon. To be sold is the property of Otto Brann suit of Lelzell George. 7. All that certain lot tract or parcel of land situate in the township of Sullivan to unto of Toga and state of Pennsylvania Oounde-1 and Wolbrt As Folus to wit there s a reason of count there and Caa Kamiura 7011 that the Reata Yon ought to buy your family groceries and Booti and of Kel Boune an scr beginning in the Center of the Public Road leading from Elk run or Chan Dyersburg to Kose file Borough at the Northwest Corner of lot no 12, in warrant no. 78 thence june Register s notice. Notice is hereby Given that the executors administrators guardians Etc., named be Fow have filed their amounts in the begs ms1 court to be held at the court to is in Wellsboro. In said county. July 1. At two o clock p. Nisi. Ally confirmed on Monua less cause be Why said accounts a hold not in a cajun. Of James r. N com of j Mcclure and in a. Adm Lump tors of the cute of l. Seclure late of Rutland. Anal of 1 a or lab set gift of Foloi Kurt and flail a count of Harry j mar inn of m St. A bins. Lit of sheriff s sales. U Becaum he is a careful buyer the very but Good Maelu them on their the ii and he Peno Nally Thandi right behind Erory be other he make Good. That s Why Hli eur Tomen by him Why they come again and that i the reason he-1 new Trade. It win poet Yon nothing to try the Kelt grocery and shoe store until Yon Lesem for your the re Awn Why that s the place to Trade All the time. Easterly along the North line of lands for Merle owned by z tears now owned by Oscar w tears one Hundred Slit and five tenths perches to a Corner thence northerly along the West line of hands of the estate of Northrop Smith deceased eighty eight perches to a Corner in the warrant line the South line of a lot of land deeded by Asa w. Or Linen and wife to he Updike by deed dated november 11. And recorded in Toga county in deed Book no. 82, Page 393. January 13, 1891, thence along the South line of said Asa w. Crippen lot and the North line of lands of the estate of Northrop Smith deceased North. 88 degrees East thirty and seven tenths perches to a Corner the Southeast Corner of said Asa w. Orly pen lot in sold warrant line thence North alone the West line of lands of George t Rost forty two and three tenths perches to a Corner thence West by the same four tenths perches to n Corner thence North by the same four and two tenths to a Corner with Brick at the Bottom in the Devur of the Public Road thence along the Center of the Public Road North 08 degrees seven and four tenths Pere Bee to Corner with pieces of Brick it the Bottom thence still 1 v lands of said George Frost North 27 degrees West. Thirty Tyve and eight tenths perches to n Corner thence by the same North thirty nine perches to a stake Corner in the South line of lands formerly owned by James Wilson now owned by mrs Mary Fnu ires thence South is it grows nest along the South line of lands Sigild Myrv Squires thirty there to u stake and stones Cor Ner tin Nee 2 Green East along the vast line of lands of n. August Horg one l.undn.1 and Fourte n Mem tenths Pireh s to i Orner in the North be of a. .1 by a i. W. And to h c up Duke i v rated january 2. And recon a 1 to lint in Hook no. In. P.1811 3 t. R of i Lull incl Long hut a Mindli 10 Row Vine Borowich Ali no. Month. Have you seen these properties House and lot on Nichols Street Wellsboro a. Lot 50x100 ft., 8 room House finished in Ash. Good cellar. City water. House and lot on Erst Avenue near condenser. 10-room House. Lot 90x126 feet Wellsboro a. 9-room House and 1 acre of land on Nichols Street. Small barn. Good Henhouse. City water. Good Home on East ave., near auditorium. Desirable location. Fine building lot on West ave., Wellsboro. 100x200 feet. House and lot on East Avenue 10-room House. All modern improvements. Lot 60x250. Good barn. Send for our real estate Catalon it. Kitchen Blatchley interesting news notes. Shark skin shoes. Shark skin shoes who not. Asks the american chemical society which announced that have demonstrated that marketable leather May obtained from the shark and the sacred codfish As Well. The Ouk reason the skins of aquatic animals have not been used it is said has been that land animals Are so numerous. Shoes made front shark skin cannot be distinguished from those of other leathers and the Wear ing qualities so the announcement says seem to be Superior. Fishing for Sharks porpoises and other sea inhabitants is growing for the production leather. Boom for Jersey Shore. An appropriation of has Leen made by the Railroad administration for extensive development of the new Vork Central shops at Avis near Shore. Will be new car and machine shops and Power Plant on which work is to be started at once. It will be one of the most expensive and Complete plants in All this part of the country. The Mississippi in the War. Fifty million people half the popu lation of the United slates live in commonwealths served by the navigable Waters of the Mississippi River and its tributaries. These Valley states Are the most rapidly growing the most productive in the i Nion. The Mississippi can be used ten months in the year. With enough barges and Tow boats this great River can handle tons of freight a Vear and relieve congestion on the railroads. German textile men desperate. Four fifths of the textile industries of Germany Are completely paralysed and the Idle textile workers rapidly 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 it s a Fine toilet soap. Sold by All druggists. Hill s hair and whisker Dye Black or Brown 50c hem enrolled for service at Home or abroad and the army and Navy must Lave graduate nurses before he year is Over the Campaign for nurses began Lune 3rd, and so As this division s concerned it will continue until every nurse in Pennsylvania and Del aware is enrolled. Until that is done we shall feel that the Campaign is not a Success. The Call from and surgeons should come i have no hesitation in saying that the american red Cross has done work in these last few that would justify its existence and the support Given to it if it never did anything the last few Days were the Days following the second Battle of the Farne when thousands of wounded were being rushed into Paris. Chas. H Grasty special correspondent of the new York times writes of the horrors of these Days and the Superb work of the american red Cross in Paris in words that should make every graduate nurse in the United states beg to be allowed to go Over to France and help in the noblest ser vice it has Ever been in the Power of human beings to Render. In his Cable Story published in the new York times or. Grasty says although i have been at All the fronts and in Many of the first line trenches i feel that i have seen real to Day for the first time. I made a round of visits to the red Cross hospitals to which have been rushed the casualties from the various fronts the american troops Are engaged. Paris is Headquarters now for Tak ing care of our wounded. At All the surgical hospitals to Day the facilities were taxed to the utmost found wards filled with american casualty cases Halls filled with men lying on cots in court Yards and even outside in the streets waiting until the surgeons working forty eight hours straight without sleep could take them into the operating then follows an account of his vis its to the fire great hospitals conducted by the american red Cross in Paris and he adds one comes away from such scenes too deeply affected for descriptive tails. Everybody who has Given a Dollar for this work of merc for our own feel fully rewarded for this generosity. How much More can be said for those who Are giving their personal service i hear that military nurses j have been called for from America and after seeing what i have to Dav. Sections made in the Reich Stag recently by a socialist member. He demanded that adequate provision be made for them so As to keep skilled textile workers in readiness for re sumption of industries after the War. At present he said they were being compelled to accept menial employ ment from the authorities at Tion wages. He also complained that attempts were being made by a Small group of capitalists with the knowl Edge of the government to monopolize the cellulose Industry which promises to be extremely important in the future. Geneea1 news. Chief events of various states and countries briefly told. Southern Railroad has adopted a practice of serving Only Corn bread on its dining cars. Wilson has signed the act providing a minimum of per month for All veterans of the civil War. Ford will accept the democratic nomination for senator after being urged to so by president Wilson hottest place in the world is the Interior of the great Sahara Des Ert. Africa where the thermometer rises to 122 degrees. Senate has decided not to limit its debate during the War. The people did not expect this conserva Tive body to otherwise. Preserving eggs for Winter. Every family May assure itself of a Winter s Supply of eggs at summer prices by preserving at least thirty dozen eggs at this season in water eggs should be medium sized with a smooth clean Shell of average thickness. Eggs that Are thin shelled ridges or irregular in shape should be avoided. Eggs with dirty or soiled shells should not be preserved until thoroughly cleaned. For cleaning a soft cloth dipped in Vin Egar is Best. Infertile eggs. Keep Best that is eggs from flocks from which the male Birds were eliminated As soon As hatching was Over. One quart of water Glass or sodium silicate to nine quarts of sterilized water is required. Boil and Cool the water. This solution will cover about fifteen dozen eggs in a five gallon Jar. Privileges Are All on the Samu footing. Of millions of Bushela of Barle Are raised j Early in United states. This Supply hereto fore has been used chiefly for Stock feed or for malting but under pres ent conditions the greater part of crop is being milled into flour which. Since it is truth palatable and nutritious Mav Well be used to meet increasing demand for wheat substitutes. National Park to growing in importance As a propagating and distributing Center for certain kinds of wild animals. Dup ing february last Elk 13 of which were bulls were shipped to Points in four states Idaho Illinois and Minnesota the Yellowstone com world. Dit of from the Treasury. German submarines began shoes without leather. A new Industry caused by the War and started in the Southern part of Holland is attracting general notice and will probably spread Over the entire country. It is the making of a Slipper with a wooden sole and with the upper and inner parts formed of various materials such As twill Cor Duroy and cheap Woolen stuffs. All these materials Are relatively cheap and yet make comfortable and Dur Able slippers Selling for the practical equivalent of a pair for the Best Quality. It is claimed that they can be used generally where the occupation is indoors. Their cheapness is particularly appealing in View of the prohibitive prices toward which shoes and slippers in shops Are Stead ill mounting. Excepting the cutting of the wooden sole which is done by machinery these slippers Are hand. United states g. Mcadoo director general of railroads has changed the name division of transportation to division of effective at once. York state in its Organiza Tion of boys 16. 17 and 18 years old for military training has discovered that out of on 24 000 Are attending school. Senate agricultural com Mittee voted on june 14th to recon the adoption of the nation wide prohibition amendment As a rider to the agricultural Extension Bill. Peach crop of new York state will be Only 25 per cent of nor Mal this year. Sventy five per cent of All the peach buds in the state were killed and 16 per cent of the Trees were killed. During april was paid out to Farmers of the United states by the Federal land Banks in Long time first mortgage Loans according to a statement of the Federal farm Lioan Board. Official russian wireless Mes Sage announces the issuance of a Cree by Premier Benine abolishing the precedence of diplomatic representation and the use of the titles ambassador minister and other designations of London who live in houses or Flats Are allowed to buy one Pound of meat half a Pound of sugar half a Pound of Bacon Ham or saus age and a Quarter of a Pound of but Ter or Ole Margarine each week. Purpose of the War savings committee is to create an army of savers who will by saving release labor and materials for the use of the government in the War. And who will lend their savings to the government to prosecute the War coloured soldiers Are now in the National army. Of a 25th. The output of shipyard building vessels for the shipping Board has exceeded the sinking of american ships by More than 000 dead weight tons. The production during this interval has been 21 ships totalling 130.s42 tons excluding the vessels salvaged the sub marines destroyed 10 american ships totalling tons. On a suggestion of Gea. Pershin an order has been issued in creasing each regiment s band fron 28 to 5i members band leaders hav ing had More than five Vears Mili tar experience As band leaders will be made first those with less than five ears experience Wilt be made second lieutenants. Besides enlarging the bands a Bugle and drum corps will be added to each regiment. Forthcoming indictment of the sex Czar of a Bols Evite regime promises big sensation says dispatch the Moscow soviet is Busy collecting telegrams which the sex Rzar sent to european Monarch and to president Poincaire of France and to is reported that the erstwhile Auto crat will be charged with entering into a verbal Alliance with the Kaiser at a meeting in a Potsdam Palaco against France and England. Production of about bushels of Winter wheat is forecast by the department of agriculture from the condition of the Plant in the United states on May 1st, whack compares with a forecast of 000 made on april 1st. The production last year was estimated at 000.000. And the average of the pre ceding five was the largest production Ever recorded is 6s5.000.000 in 1914. And the Small est production of the past 10 ears is 400 000.000 in 1912. Bov in ii 1 innit. In t l i i Tiu till a v l to of i a v i ,1 my i 4 Ink. .1.-1 s. I in 1 171 to i 1" int ii a i r i i 1 1 a t. 11 i ill i i 1 71 l n 11 i i i v ,1 n 1 1 1 a i 1 m i 1 .1 i. I w. N m i i i id x ,1 r a i i i 1-t l v 1 Kri i r f 1 i l l ii f 1 1 Iii in-1 a r 1 a Imeln it t mim.-. Toa. A t i re .1 ii if. I 11 i Ali Effe live a parisian a Biff von Tan Cut from t no t i loud and Good cams it is to Kingsli Dan diff top it Rinir Scalp and Fillini Bair. Ind promote a new growth or the Small As it is. In ill in refunded i arming see a Eric Nti fic preparation Thrift a Hipliet All air an anti a Lii fluid l neither or i rash. To apply. And i or Filini if Oil want Bra Iti Lul soft to Bice. Lustrous hair and lots of it by nil neans to parisian Don t Becin to in Cut a Little it ten ton nov abundant Bair for Story from the Trench. Sergeant Ounn Inohara of grand and after seeing what i Nave to Nav. Rapids mich., was at a Post of of i Hope that american women who Are ser vation in a Trench of the in a position to so will not ones when a hand wounded american Annn Nirham will live drive a Nail Here now. The percentage of efficiency in the red Cross Organiza tinn is 1 am unable to estimate hut i no hesitation in saving that it Lias work in these few that Vonh its existence a Tel the support to it if it never did am him pee the red f Russ Lias been Cut tinier Rea h it has a pin Cal be Rinir Ami it. Filling warehouses Anil medi Cal and other Siisi clips for months past h Hiis millions of Trei i l in sum k in Paris Olono to 1-As Rod or Camions and motor i to of them in t Ark its in Vratis p numbers l Man have looked askance the so Hep preparation in the of operation fair Nishil Riv i of thin i m t cited i Onsy durable sup Ilies. And n land Ritli a v ii. Fir Rani it 1 ixe the the Carr for fim machinery 1 to la 11 a w 11" 1 Ali. If in inn who ii n i at t i i of ill i inti 1 in pro of ii Init i will a Jinn inn 1 tic Union 1 Ilc h i i i1 Farin t v Nins .1 in Bino slum old arc of it not Iru Iii of it Lias Lizul Doul Ltd in int i1-" Tai Nii Arfat it lion on Nii Dulit i it in 11 corf i and drop Iki. Surf i r 1 Iiri. 1 Mann ild not i an Iol that i n a Mil tin the a Mih till Haie to replenish the Soete 1 her " of Britain and i will to Ennel Chol world Ennst maintain the Treft potential or Earth o o in her is if one it it re in a generation the first Rpse in in Mart and dair1 pro is the of our commissions of Captain and first and second lieutenants. There Are about 250 coloured officers in the medical and dental Reserve corps. New York state automobile association will hold the Semi annual meeting at Middletown june 2fith and 27th. There will be an insistent Mand that All Drivers of automobiles by licensed and pass a satisfactory examination on the rules of the Road. Enlarge the naval Provinse a Tad. And the Ai Milian proving grounds across the Potomac River in. Virginia. Presi Dent Wilson commandeered some 2 2nn acres of land and placed it under the control of the pc retard of the Tho Xor Weixian Covern int has j Otid Crouns at Normal pm Hanu o the frown is Worth 20 s j it is a thit who Are not of the United Oioi ild to allow to Marti ii Ato in As is contained in a Ordinary Tenpenny by reason of of Iron in blood Many Are anaemic Pale thin emaciated their blood corpuscles Are uneven instead of being round and full of Good red blood and the nerves Are Lack ing in strength. Feed the nerves on Good. Rich red blood and one feels full of vigor. How can we acquire Good red blood it is easily answered. For Many years or. Pierce and his staff of physicians at the surgical Institute in Buffalo n. Y., experimented with Iron and other tonics and finally found a soluble Iron which when combined with native herbal extracts made a wonderful blood and nerve tonic. This they named Iron it can now be had at most drug stores and comes i vials. If Vou feel worn o the Day is half Over if your poor if your arc Pale or pimples or boils appear on the face or neck go to the nearest drug store and get Iron tic tablets. Take them regularly for thirty Days and you Wilt notice the wonderful energizing effect. You will feel full of vim vigor and vitality instead of Dull tired and weak. If you to make s test Send 10 cents to in. Pierce s valid hot-1 and surgical Institute. Buffalo n. Y., and obtain a trud package. Do it now Cash for old false Teeth i t Mai tit if w of 10 i v i i i in i .1 Virv Sylv r. Lintel or Lif to re n l i la i a Riti irn Moll Sill lined Koc to 1" if for Prate Send it i Rcw i Oit of urls 1 Crft for Portl Milne on Oil a Mere Liri Tion of intention to a Cit no allies the is in Temor vow Yore i the re k a rim i nation of Arr Iid he tween soldiers who Are not i of unite states and Nathe born or fit lpns in j the Vrrme Ever it incr that j the former of fun not hold j to Sll other Carp attention. I Domestic Supply april 10 12t. Chichester s pills the a e w newspaper

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