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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 20, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wasll Bobo fan wedotc8dat, March annual financial statement credits. Mercantile licenses auditors of Tioga county for tic year ending january 5th, 1918. Accounts with collect ofis foe the year 1917. Total amount of taxes levied in 1017 seated land. Unseated land. Fund 0 Mill cry sinking fund 1 Mill Levy 420.42 balance dub from Coll Betous of the various sinking districts bless Blossburg twp. Covington Boro Beer fled Delmar. Elk Elkland Boro blk land twp. Fanning too Gaines Hamilton Jackson Lawrence Lawrence tulle Liberty twp. Old Lebory Nelson Osceola Rose Rolls Rutland twp. Boro Union Ward Wellsboro Westfield Boro Coll Betous general fund fund it. E. Logau a. J. Metherell j. A. Roue j. H. Ferris g u. Ackley m. S. Knowlton m. V. Jackson ii. L. Seeley. Harry e. Willard Arthur Hany Kyon v. H. Baker win. E. Close. L. M. Carl Samuel my Blanc k. K. Dalley j e. White Willis keep Arthur t. Swan o. k. A. Bentley k h. Gee d. Pelliter 3 ii. Mack Wlnfred c. Croft John t. Stout John m. Wll Coj j. B. Walker g. D. Alken a. J. Kelger v ii. Lawrence o. Enl Feln c t. Austin g. B. Clark total 13.03 907.58 841.25 871.18 273.91 842.85 02485 76.00 393.97 41.14 3400 1.143 19 224.92 1.108.54 168.98 094.40 10.51 091-19 388.99 mc.97 247.3c 15.01 373.71 09669 473.05 648.32 d 801.55 257.72 .07 138 u7 51322 30c23 181.45 30.85 13.28 13253 100.08 2435 30.95 6.78 5078 174.03 35 01 270.01 .32 110.04 122.7c b 41.88 5841 c 3607 7.33 117.49 98.34 7067 1s.07 103.50 e 740.45 33.84 c overpaid d accounts with collectors error to 1917. It ba1 general year i sinking sheep fond. Blobs twp Charleston e. Login a. J. Metherell 191g 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1910 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1915 1915 1915 1915 1915 1914 1910 1907 463.07 23l .i5 459.59 76.31 176.12 4.00 38.72 2371 315.44 29.52 301.42 1.07 21.94 336.97 196.73 7m.89 260.21 73.22 14 4.90 wj.77 f 414.73 73j27 24.00 1.79 284.76 137.22 .06 163.23 2.88 48-97 .18 203 60.97 24.29 40.45 k 15.66 9.s5 t02 2.28 3555 15.12 2.79 h Ferris l. Seeley Willard Elkland Boro h Baker p. Duller in. H. Gee Nelson r Mack Osceola w. A Croft two re. Alken a. J. Kleger ten Len f h. Lawrence West Flold Boro o 9lark j Metherell m Smith Longn Boro j. Kelger in Rrt Ron Tow Silas Kipley if t Smith j. Birmingham totals paid on this account feb. A 1918. Overpaid overpaid overpaid overpaid overpaid disbursements from the Genku Al fond. Cost of the co cats. Costs. Grand jurors 458.02 traverse jurors criers and tips aves b. W. Field crier 108 j. O. English tip staff. 115.00 James Hazlett tip staff. 7250 j. V. Morgan tip staff. 11500 w. W. Tate tip staff 3200 Flosso clerk of the court e. J. Colln o. V. Corsaw May Btl Kley 43.00 Nina Button 100 of Charlotte m Johnson. 850 1.4h07b constables returns to court 946.59 District attorney n. B. Salary expenses 9a75 office rent 50 00sheriffs removal John stage Chas. Stage. Win. Put Nam in Rev of Olenth can Neney o a r d n c a Michael War run. Al Jack Hazlett and Samuel Ginn Nettl to the a extern i enl , 90172 a porn Solls. Whittier. Stan Luj Lott Owen like and Axiph Hunter to Glen mi1n in Tunnel Ounn to dim 4200 it ont 14 10joo n venire. 1 to Icilinc a. It of Niit Mil other ill nil s hospitals Etc. Danvus state Hospital Warren state Hospital Wernersville state Hospital 932.86 Penna. Training school Elwyn. 340.50 state institution for feeble minded. Polk 3l23 children s Aid society polls. 10001 boys Industrial Home Williams port 512.80 Brookville memorial Home 25.01 examinations in Inacy removal of poor and insane 906.80 justices fees for orders of Ilelle 52.03 Jorv end dry i Nodi Lyhl i of infill i. Total Nyrl f l not. 1 Lii Refucio 105 471 iir.11 2 Kwh w 711 in 421 Public office s s i Putnam Sidt Moti n i i Velid i non Fri Tomt a 1 00000 of tip Xvi of tit clerk s y Don Muni it total an act approved april 12th. 1917, in creases the county s share of the for the rare and treatment of indigent insane in the state not petals of the Commonwealth from 11.75 to per this hns in creased the Hospital expense during the past tear outside belief. In Lipf granted by directors of the poor As follows families in Blossburg j 42000 Bloss twp. 851.05 Brookfield 1328 Charleston Chatham Clymer 20400 fool Norton twp and Boro 3212t Deerfield 522. Delinar. 130 49 180.00 285 Iff Sofir g5fi.8n of icon 107 of k 450 38 101 a 1481 10187 24441 48ix h25j 25 224 w. 274 72710 Dunean Elkland twp. And Boro farm Langton a nines Tickson Knoxville Lanrence Villa Liberty and Boro Morris Nelson twp Oice Oln Richmond Ilu Tinnil shop pin Snell Man Tnp hid Venlon 56.24. 50.21 320.00 99.75 153.02 200.75 41.50 30.75 Richmond w. E. Clark 134.50 to Seville Leon Stout. 33.81 Rutland d. D. Prutsman 102.76 jail Pseu c. L. Schoonorer 77.92 Toga Boro h. D. Brigham 41.27 Janlou twp., Nathan Palmer 92.44 North Wui. A Stone. Jolon South s. 8. Howard Ward. H. W. Breeds Wellsboro 1st Ward. M. L. Kloek. Wells Ioro 2nd Ward m. D. Hawo Westfield twp Frank c. Braggg. Westfield Boro Stephen Martin. West Flold no. 1, j. V. Garner. West uld no. 2, m. B. total assistant assessors. Unseated land tax. Collected by county treasurer and paid to townships and schools. Townships. Schools. Bloss 681.47 Charleston 1883 Clymer Covington. 54.13 Delmar. 2.75 Duncan 300.47 Elk 472.59 Gaines. 287.51 i Mllton 75.23 Lawrenceville Boro Lawrence. 57.27 Liberty twp. 806.93 Middlebury 1.00 for la. 43336 Richmond. 58.07 from various overpaid 4.15 balance la Treasury Jan. A 1918. Total besides the above assets As shown by Ledger accounts Toga county owns real estate including the county farm and buildings jail court House and office buildings Jublle Square Etc., and county Bridges which if counted is assets would bring the excess of assets Over liabilities much higher than Here shown. Hippen m.85 sni Uvan 09.85 Toga twp 6.25 Union 101.14 10ks4 883.74 1.00 111.9c 100.65 93.30 532.81 400.00 100.22 6.00 81.17 197.69 978.29 23.99 tar 7.93 761 35.14 13.83 54.60 38.10 178.33 1.75 0.7b 53.71 totals total towns and schools u9.41 Misceli Anent is itex8. Association of directors of the poor membership dues l expenses to convention. Primary general special 44.94 janitor supplies 148.05 freight and express 22.11 Corrai Silonero convention 55.90 burial of soldiers coroners inquests memorial Day fund .1. 184.55 school directors association 100.60 convention teachers Institute 200.00 county sept. Of schools printing agricultural societies Brynthe Park Assoc la ton Cowanesque Valley a. A cultural society 900.48 Tioga county farm Bureau Law Library 663.25 Bureau of vital statistics 338.75 temporary paid interest on Loans burial of Palmer Briggs 45.00 sheep damage from general fund 240.80 redemption of lands 12.18 refunded Loiell George unseated land tax 17.04 refunded Toga county unseated land Tai 36.57 refunded collectors overpay ments 1917 230.49 refunded collectors overpay ments 1916 29.15 liabilities. Due on redemption of lauds overpayment support at Dan Ville i. Overpayment collectors of 1914. Dim collectors on abatement and commissions. Account of Jennie Edd Liiva lands returned. Due Fred Jacobs on county Home account unpaid sheep damage Bills on file Jan. 5, 1918 due and school districts As follows township. School. Bloss 682.40 907.07 Blossburg. 457.67 484.24 Brookfield 3.42 3.84 Charleston 16.07 82.03 Chatham 5-35 Clymer. 06.36 Covington twp. 28.18 Vitu of advertising lists 328.80 4200 commissions 350. W Sute tre Nurer s receipts total 8omk county Home Otnel orders drawn 54 text red from sales from farm Tec Elved for support of inmates w net of Home supplies produced on farm 1917, As own ibs. Pork beef Ugo n. Oats 116 by. Wheat 418 by. Buckwheat 17.529 milk. 703 Doz. Eggs 750 by. 750 Tbs. Beans 118 by. Onions 102 u. Carrots. 20 by. Rutabagas head cabbage 50 by. Corn i by. Apples 155 on Hay 26 tons throw. Mud about 300 tout of ens Ilage also a Large Quantity of Gar Len produce. The abort produce not counting the Gar Den truck. Inventoried at Market prices represents a Cash value of moot of these supplies were Uhl d at the Home. Jan. 1, 1917, there wre 102 inmates at he Home. There were 7j admitted during he year 07 discharged and 15 deaths Eav lug 109 inmates at the close of the year 1917. The average number during he year was 99. Covington Boro 6.9c Der fled 175.08 Delmar 40.56 Duncan 182.80 Elk Elkland Boro a Aliph 517.68 Hamilton 121.15 5.50 Knoxville Boro 2.83 Lawrence twp. 62.76 Lawrenceville. Liberty twp. 270.88 Middlebury 232.65 Morris 357.48 Nelson Boro 6.11 Nelson twp. 4.26 Osceola 80.39 Richmond 28.42 Rutland 32.91 Shippen 104.88 Sullivan 23.41 Toga twp. Loea Boro 12.84 Union 68.04 18i.96 Westfield twp. .16.46 Westfield Boro. Wellsboro 46.10 15.09 110.80 47.71 12.90 73.01 33.10 557.44 59.00 657.51 183.07 3.96 10.39 37.98 22.45 243.29 12.48 40.01 68.18 29.89 113.58 191.09 196.77 9.78 171.93 10.61 50.14 28.83 excess of assets Over liabilities. Tokas bbb 8 abatement to collectors incidentals 39.57 22.97 Boro 77 t 12 inn non twp Natl Boro to Nora county Rune in by coir Hirr fount Touty total refunded. 17301 11 w total summary of disbursements from the go Kenai Fod. Cost of the courts 16.537.g7 Public offices support of poor and insane county Home hospitals Etc. Outside Relief roads and Bridges assessors townships and schools miscellaneous Itema 34.906.53 total treasurer s Obj beat. Fund. Debits. Balance in Treasury Jau. 1, to receipts As from collectors 1917. From collectors 1910. Ut.130.57 from collectors 1915. From collectors 1914. 7g8.99 from collectors 1911. 12.72 95.314.93 unseated land tales received 1917 unseated Lund taxes 1916 58 interest on unseated land taxes. 17.10 sales from county farm. For support of inmates county Homo. Redemption of lands 65.39 soles of seated lands sold for taxes 7067 from s. Y. Doumani Rumsey estate 10000 from Sale of old stationery 2000 from Sale of old typewriter 8 temporary Loans received county portion of retail liquor licenses 210.00 i Alt frail Cou Tity funds and re funded Commonwealth costs by various persons g883u from i Otter Gas co on Bridge repairs 1 rom Deerfield on Bridge Repnin 25000 from Robert Mitchell. Tet until lir lace repairs 1000 1 Roni Wes Flold special Elet ton for support of Putli its at Adaville for support of patients it Wernersville 5800 for support of patients at Worren 11334 for support it Indus to enl Home. Will inns port ill u from county tre stir or non Resl Ilent Hunt debits. Balance in Treasury Jan. 1, received from collectors of 1917 received from collectors of 1918 received from collectors of 1915 935.43 received from collectors of 1914 191.131342860 received from unseated tax 1917 received from unseated tax 1916.___. 138.18 453.2 interest received from land .62 unseated land sold to comm. And redeemed total credits. By orders paid during the year As follows county Bonds paid interest on outstanding Bonds. Ret tided. To collectors Over payments treasurer s commission j4s.s balance in Treasury Jan. 5, 1918 total final fund. Assets. Balance in Tress by Jan. 8. Fly one from collectors of. 1917 due from collectors of 1916 one from collectors of 1915 due from collectors of 1b07 due from collectors of 1905 Dae from unseated land tax 1917 3.671.86 67.51 15.66 6095 10537 17.62 one from unseated land tax 1916 one from unseated lands returned excess of liabilities Over assets. Total liabilities. County Bonds interest on outstanding Bonds to Jan. 1, 1918 615-oc amounts one collectors on Over payments total treasurer s a fund. Debits. Balance in Treasury Jan. 1. Received from collectors of if Lei. Received from collectors of i Jim. Received from collectors of 1913. Rel Cpd from collectors of 1911 received from dog licenses issued in 1917 balance due county treasurer total by orders Puld Durinzi the a mtr is follows Orr Der nope to shop Puld Cotrit Nelp for killing docs ill advertising 10000 refunded Collet tors overpay treasurer s commission.-. Total tune run f Onnel. Fantl con nov c r in Hull. M f Itin Wal l. A flirt b i g 12 50r no 1 ".23 31 v o 177 m on left. V Nice wit h. In nah Nyrl i mini to Prim i anti i 1 Fin us i Lam it l i Tik Rel Lucht in Minn ii l to acc in try Iri-1 t m Nti m no v m i to 47 roads and Bridges. Repairs 17 uni Rinei Liv rinds 11 w count roads 3100 Lloyd Ipp in Cit him View in 00 i in Kik 4h.oo Len in Morris m w in .m2t, i in Rould 42 in Van in Imit mind a o int tar of Cronk frock Era refunded on outside re Lief Bulli refunded on Bills from Conion wealth of i a Portno from of j h no Loui in Lynn. I Roin of a so Kro n to n f Liidi in on of Rimli Bills 500 245.50 5578 2200 152.50 235 13 the total assessed valuation in county including real estate personal pro Perth and occupations in 1917, was on this vol Matlou a six melt a was levied for county purposes and a one Mill tax for sinking fund. From amounts collected on this basis Are deducted commissions to tax collectors percen Tor 90-Duy payments and abatement it. The sinking fund May be used Enty for Layment of county indebtedness. On March i. 1918, Twenty two county Bonds of each were paid leaving the bonded indebtedness at the time this report is published. And now we the undersigned. Auditors of Toga county being duly qualified by Law. Met at the once of the county commissioners on monday. Jan. I 1918, and Mitef bating Caref truly examined the vouchers and accounts which the foregoing statement u based certify that to the Best of our knowledge and belief it i. Correct. T Baldwin James b. Roberts v. B. Reinwald county auditors. Wellsboro pa., March 8, 1918. 61. 41.81 farm by treat Hotes. Seed Corn potatoes and census. The department of agriculture re ports that there is a Lack of Good seed Corn throughout All the Southern states some Corn which tested 80 per cent germination in ii coming county two months 40 per cent when tested in the farm Bur eau office at Wellsboro. Tests of samples from 180 farms of Lycoming As reported by state College show practically no crib Corn testing above 0 per cent. A very Large number of Farmers admit that they will have to be satisfied with silage without ears this summer since our Best seed Corn will coma from the Southern counties of Pennsylvania and from Maryland and Virginia. There Are limited quantities of Corn in Lancaster and York counties which show a state College test of that can be delivered to Tioga county for j4 per Bushel. Any dealers or Farmers who wish to secure any of this Corn can do so by communicating with the farm Bureau Wellsboro a. During this coming season the boys and Gurla will be willing to do their part by helping to produce food there Are two lines of work that Are to be offered in Tioga county this Spring namely potato and Corn clubs. Farm boy from 8 to 17 years 01 age in the townships of Delmar Charleston Liberty Bich Flond sul Livan Rutland and Chatham will be asked to join a potato club and raise to acre of potatoes. All farm boys and girls in the county Between the Ages of 10 an 20 years May receive free 1 quart o Good Flint Corn providing each Boj or girl promises to Plant the Corn raise the crop and pick out 10 of to Best ears for the Corn show next fall this quart of Corn which Shoult Plavil 1-6 to acre will be of a variety that the farm Bureau the it Eves is adapted to the county. J the boys and girls succeed in Matur ins a Good crop they ought to b Able to sell the Corn Choice seed Tho big demand for More pork urn More Cornmeal makes it seem Neces sary to produce More Corn in los county. Prizes will be awarded nex f fall to the contestants whose ten ear Are judged is Beins amons1 the Best. Boys and Rorls interested in Pota to or Corn clubs should Register their school teacher or Send their name. Township and address to the farm Bureau Wellsboro a. The farm census that now taken through the District schools will be of cheat value this Comyn season and next ear a copy of the census will be kept on file at the farm Bureau give Valu Able information on seed wanted and w. 8. 8. One of Tike govt important of u. B. We by buying w. 8l s. And help Uncle War societies Are in pro Cess o formation in every county in Tho state. For ten most part these societies up to the present time Are result of activities of the school Lidren and the boy scouts. Tho boy scouts of America have a listed to a mation wide drive to promote the Bale of Thrift and War Savin i plans have been erected whereby scouts All Over the to the number of will became Volunteer sales agents or Tho government and will remain a Alvo in the Sale of Stamps for the Enander of the Campaign. To give full recognition to the work of the scouts Secretary of the Treasury Mcadoo and officials of the Ostoff co department Havo devised a chemo of identifying the sales made v the scouts from All other sales. Ibisi will to accomplished through Tho issuance for the exclusive use of to Lov patriots of a printed franked rest postcard upon which Tho sales will to recorded. Tho government also intends to offer special prizes to Tho boys who Are most successful in Sellini Thrift and War savings Stamps. These prizes will Range rom a medal designed after the Aco medal awarded by the French government to the most daring of its aviators to a personal letter of thanks irom president Wilson. The boy scouts of America Are throwing their energies into the to an Appeal made to them by Secretary Mcadoo. Scouts will canvass every cite town and Rural Community. Under this government plan the scouts will sell the Stamps and the Money will be collected and the Stamps delivered to trough the Postof fica department. In an Appeal to Farmers to put their savings into War savings to and to encourage Tryone to save Bis Money and lend k to the government. The plan often the Moet direct incentive to economize and save presented to the people of the coun try. When the government makes it possible for everyone to know that by saving Twenty five cents which other Wise would have been wasted he car invest that Twenty five cents in 8-overnment obligation it is a definite objective to which each one s econ omy May be directed. In words Ift is possible to transmute one s economies into a specific ton of the government and each who saves is Able to know that is producing a Concrete t9 suit advantageous to himself of Ben Eft to his government and direct contribution to of the War. I look upon the Cara the department Baa aug rated As promising the most wholesome benefits to Tho people and producing conditions that will be of immense help in financing As Well a in successfully prosecuting the under Dato of March 8th Tho National War savings committee in ton advises that the report of Tho Treasury department showed that Tho first p. Dav in the Sale of War Savines Stamps has been reached. The sates on the three pre Reed Nir Davs the statement 049 000. Three Mil tons a Day Thrift Stamps provide the Treasury with about one tenth of the amount expended by the nation War. While is Only cents a Dav for every inhabitant the entire Cost of the War is Only thirty cents per capita a Day. Stamps Secretary of agriculture Houston said it is the patriotic duty of every citizen who is in a position to do so to invest in War Sav inti and Thrift Stamps and thereby help the nation to win this War. The Purchase of even 25-cent Thrift stamp is a definite contribution to this end. To win this War we must have both men and Money. I know that every Farmer wants to do every thin in his Power for the nation in this Day of trial. He will not Only labor to produce the necessary foodstuffs but will also generously contribute of his Means to make it possible for the men at the front to achieve Vic tory. I am confident that the farm pm off the land will not permit and other class to take the leadership in supporting Tho government in this crisis financially or Smethport e. Thrifty Borough in Mckean county with a population of 2.000, comes to the front with the highest per capita sales of War Sav in a Stamps vet reported in Vanla. The average for each inhabitant to March 1st is War Stamps from to will in be w. S. S. Be cold. Statement for Tiona county for ending March 9. Maturity Academy Corners 335.76 Ansonia. Antrim Arnot Asaph Austinburg Blossburg Canso Camp 2.2s Covington crooked Creek 206.7r blk land Brook Gaines i. Summit Knoxville Kress Lama Creek Leetonia. Liberty Leol a Little Marsh Lloyd Mainesburg Mansfield Middlebury Center. Mih Erton morph 476.50 Morris run awarded As prizes to students in the schools of the United states who draw the Best posters for the purpose promoting Tho Campaign by the National War Sav Ings committee. Posters should strive to portray the message of. Either manufacture and labor or Thrift and War savings so Fiefie and the following therefore should be included in the poster de sign an ordinal Deal of portray ing the message of War savings. Slosman appropriate to the Campaign. The words War savings War Savino a Stamps War Savines certify War savings society or the let ters w. S. S. Fdl the Date 191s. Space for identifying imprint with its la berth Emblem in the Cor Ner this Mav be and she declaring that National Savines is vital necessity in meeting War Bur Dens. William. G. Mcadoo Secretary of Tho Treasury in a statement issued at Washington has this to Sav about War Savins Stamps it was my privilege to to the Congress the raisins of by the Sale of War savings Rind Thrift Stamps so that the Amer ican people would Havo Opportunity. An Well As the direct to economize and save Money by put tin within their reach Tho Opportunity of lending their Sav lairs. In Small amounts even As five cents to Nelson Osceola Potter Brook Sawlsville la Dighton Trowbr logo 97. 134.75 Wellsboro Westfield total no report for the week. Gen. Pershing says write often. Gen. Pershing sent a message to the women of the United through miss c Spencer of new York Delegate of the food fund for France who reached this Side on a. Liner from Europe. Miss spender Hai been in France for three months and visited both the american and British army fronts. She brought the message in Gen own mutter of Knoxville mutter of tired a. A Marron Diirr Lolaire i my to group to j a Niino. Ii Proich 14 y to f.1 1ft total credits it Nii l the Veir in Virci in inn 7, 27.0ffit total Thorn 1w Ohop killed and i i injured by Loei it grins 1017 tans a rep sold for 3.100 mid 110 Dotti were kill Ltd by con times Trio of mar Price Puld on lil Lucil was j10ki and on in Jurf Daneli. Final fund. Assets. Dip from toll rotors of not1 from Rollo Tori of Pup from collector of 10in duo of Collo Torr of 1w Piip of Roll Tori of 10o5 2 dip from Orr Piid 1 total. For Sale Etc crop fertilizer j the depart. B will he the country the privilege now o of servln1 and their coi nor by t Nom ten to handwriting it follows i the women of America must re Tard themselves As thoroughly militarized the must consider then real soldiers take from their officers Over Here and obey them without question woman who has a husband brother sweetheart or relative ill foreign service should write Long cheerful letters telling e Erv thing happens in Tho old Home Tho. Men hero Are for news am Tho thine a High seem like triv Ial happening sri at Home will be of interest to the men. Order i would Send to of an Erir a is to work and fora Spring planting. O h inns. Triin Irr. Mpr wild j4m of a dead stomach of what use is it thousands yes hundreds of thous ands of throughout arc taking the slow death treatment Aih. They arc Mur Lerin their Ovi stomach the Friend have. In Tho Wolt to Rovertis it no direct Oblin motion for them in f1 n form of War stamp and non not in Pri a t to t us for Tver Are into fied for peo ism in for r. R lit of in nor 1c fcb front of olliftor1" of fre ii of m 1.i t he from of Ini. From Colte Inri of in in at inn nip Njal if nip on Fite in to than App Rovil. Arc from if Norr to no incl int Ftp or cot qty comp ire. In Llor he lir i r m find in or Ril on Iii re nor v. Fri t a it bin. H i1 i it n i 1 i o in t p t non t t i f. Ivor 1 11 h my Horn Chr Alfinn r h f 1 if irs i ii ulnar hard filth turn find i 2kw 1 751741 won it Lle j i t s Hill 1 of i 21 n v. T741 mis Vivi m ii support apr re to to 1 r m to i i it ii f 01 in port in if h r i tin j to the food in the i Ito Myrh without Aid at All from Lier Nwe ii Cut in. A n of Tho Stom it f to 4nono i Aryl in Enrri i Mlo in Stone re Tahl pin re Lioto 1 Stopich in y do Pirp to Van for a few a build up the run a five it tronc a Nouchi to Iti food than in h i belch inc. Stomach and will to utomiif1 urn rold he Artrup shirts Apfl he k. Towd them on not nor. T. Or r Ticon front w Fth of r of Nihi tit 1 in to t in it of hit f Troi i ill comm rep of h pm fun fro i v h m Trail in port of my crw l if no Noro tvs from r kluft l Boro. K t in 1c a total 1 121 11 44 m w to Ori Cornitt Hortt roof Contr Ift do total pro Lurt lop of of not of "7 unto Mciff 170.21" no Parr value the Tipp the of for mum Anotn dirt 14 for we have k to tul Vulon of its 421.542 con Sumer Prohn Bly paid nearly this official Householder s flour report write carefully. No Householder is permitted to Purchase Over 49 pounds of wheat flour nor to nor Pian to Supply. Every Householder must report Medin leh on this form to their county food make re port Cfall flour Cri hand whether it is or not and urge your Nehumi irs the Imp Nance and of making Tim report y number in adult children u. Wheat flour on hand All flour containing any wheat thirty Days req dirt when used with sub statutes according to Bow i agree to hold my object to the order of Unius suit administration. And no or r f. D Maxl Mirn for hour Dong i Flat two of mint Blanks will not a Tot Rhiw full in your Fla not or it to Ron Comaty toot report will possibility of Ltd Howard a Max Tor Frank h. Rockwell of r to log Rountr. Jews paper i

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