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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA wort to Titt win. Us coi Traer for Tor 8tmm Hett inf Boot Lar. Top Nung Etc. All of matter Iii in Stock. Cone me before Jroud tharett your Money in anything id a line. W. B. , Holn tract Eliboro a. Feb. 1915. _ administer matrix s notice. Is Tut of Walter j. Notice in Herc Given Tuat ancillary letters of administration on the of state of Waltko j. Deceased Nave bed can cd to tie Dall persons indebted to suld requested to make prompt ment and Uny pc Hoo Laving a claim Akai nut the same Sciull present such claim duly authenticated to the unders lined for payment Anna Kero i Talky. An trim. L u ancillary administer matrix. Oct. 30-ot. . Estate of Harry p. Lawton. Letters of administration on the estate of Hakky p. Lawton late of Duncan township. Tloka county pa., deceased Nav Ine lieu granted to Eugene k. Sherman of pa., r. D. No. I by the Een Lster of said county notice is hereby Given All persons indebted to said estate to the game at once and All persons Navy or claims against said estate Are re Quested to present the game to the under Elenid. Eugene j3 Sherman oct. _ administrator. Estate of Otis l. Coolidge. Letters of administration on the estate of Otis l Coolidge late of Wellsboro Toga county pa., deceased having been granted to Arthur Shumway of Wellsboro by the Register of said county notice la hereby riven to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once Ana All persons Bavins claims against said estate Are requested to present the same to the administrator. E. H. Green Wellsboro attorney. Oct. 16-6t. Estate of j. A Green. Notice is hereby riven that letters Testa Montney have been duly granted by the Berster of wills of Lofta county. Penn Altania. Upon the estate of 3. W. Green late of Lawrence town help. In said county deceased to Charles Preston of Lawrenceville Toga county. Pennsylvania and All persons who Are indebted to Sala estate Are requested to make payment with out delay and All persons Nave Law tul claims against the same Are reap ested to make the same known without delay to the Preston. Executor. E h Green attorney. Wellsboro a. Oct. Auditor s notice undersigned auditor appointed by the orphans court of Toga county Wlton directions to advertise and notify the ties interested according to Law of the time and place of hearing and to take such Evi Dence As the finding of the said court on the exceptions filed to the report of a. J. Shattuck esq., former auditor May re of Lnore and to report a schedule of distribution in accordance with such the funds in the bands of f. W. Siembab. Administrator of the estate of Sarah m. Billings will attend to the duties of appointment at the office of Sherwood it Owlett in Wellsboro Pennsylvania on Friday november k. Ibis at one o clock p. M., at which time and place All the persons having claims upon such fund must present and maintain their respective claims or they will be thereafter debarred from participating oct. Auditor. Court proclamation. Whereas Hon. S. F. Para Ideal judge of the fourth judicial Distant of Pennsylvania sons oed of the county of to oct. Tooe4 i. Precept. To me directed for the holding of or a Bibb court. Court of common pleas. General and Oyer and Tennier 2rsstj? s member being the 25th Day a 1918. To Oon Tirrie three weeks. Notice is therefore hereby Given to the Coroner. Justices of the peace and constables in and for said county of to in their own proper persons with their records sans and remembrances to do those things which of their officers and in their behalf Appertain to Btu done All witnesses other persons Proee in behalf of the Commonwealth against any person or persons Are required to be then ind there attending and not to depart at then Are requested to be punctual in their attendance at the appointed time agreeably my hand and Seal at the office in Wellsboro. The Isth Day of october in Sale of real estate. By virtue of an order of the court of 1 Kas of Tlora county pa., dated oct. 21, 1918. The unders Gued committee of eugkn1a it Edge. Of Willsboro pa., a i Tentio. Will expose to Pulle Sale Ana Prii at Nolle auction at the front door of the it Wellsboro. A on thus Kybek 21. 1918._at oni o clock the following real estate to wit 3 All that lot of land full Tanto of North Side of Wingate Street in tie Bor Ough Wellsboro. Tio Juii county. A bounded and described is follows bounded on the East by Buna Vista Street on the South he win site or rat on the West Fey lands now or Forn Perlt of h and of the North by in Alley containing More or less. Of which is situate a two store. Frame dwelling Frame barn and outbuildings. Being Sunn conveyed to r by f. Moore and w. L Moore deed dated april j aril re corded in deed Hook . 103 at 49fi. The said Lydia r Maidee Tia uni Dolfl intestate and Kalug said ii Ceniu muder. In lev Liilo. No j my that lot of land situate in the to roue i of Liou Uewl and Dei follow. Lot 2t of Anton of Hald Borough hounded of Vista Stref on the South Start on the Vii St by my Lac lot and or he North by Street con t tilling Jiorle or Heins inn a. Con Hua Enla my sri ill own by deed dated .1 ii 2. Ami recorded in deed Book 14s, at Page nor that lot of inn sit Lintn in the of Wellsboro. Hounded and described As follows in Sunn Lnor lit a Post on West Fennii Vista of it at ear Ner of Forin Eru lie Louelle to Attoh k. T e North. I arid decrees West. And 4 i rods to a. Post and South. Drones 2u tin 2-Lfl rods to Post in line of k. Fellows now myrrh Stock alien of ionic North. 4u degrees East. 147 rids to a Post the Northeast Corner of and to mow lot thence along North Side of smut North. Siw decrees West. To o rods to a in line of Dickinson farm theme icons North and r Deu Recs mils to pm. The Northwest i ref. Len nce Lonc Smith of Henri ill Liboldt South. We decrees East Ini to a Post thence alone lands of b Johnison to state South m and de to to Post on the West Side said i Tini vat i Street thence alone me South. 401. West. Tin1 pm ice of i Pennine con Tal inc a res ind 10s oils More and i Ako lots nos 27 and 2t it pillows addition to tin into Iiah of viol Semro is sri died in Ita Ehe in Sild lots i Clair bounded Ortli by Magee Erk t on tin Enst Tiv lot . 21 on tin South it Illet. Mini on the West by lands of Mary Hull fostello by ins feet front on Misceo str i t t feet for the three lots and in k Sain Width to lev Belnac Vini Lon eyed to r i Spencer. I Xci i Tor of inv r. By died died Miv so. Tw., Mil i corded in did Hook Ichi to ill that lot if incl in Cimi town in 1 Loja Colin to. I Lion did ind d is follow a Cin a Lair i i in of Hon Ali i 1 mils ten Urner of lands of Norm 11 Tim and the tort lest for Tut her of. To Iii rods to i fallen ibis a the Smith inc to Lori a of s il.1 Ilock b t and the Corner la of h of Mil i decrees Wist. 4 s Roik to i . Theme West in rods to in the Iii Ienni tin for. And then., in Sid i Nenni line it and Vrlic or int Cal int Rind r corded in Hook 7p it the lots Bane the truly ton form. Nil improved on Worb flt tinted Frame inc Barri and terms of ten cent of bid on of Oft y St committee of Kanoy j. Kerr. Letters on the estate of Nancy j. Karr late of Wellsboro Tloka county i n., deceased been trusted to mus Mary Karr of Wellsboro i a. By the Pelster of said county notice is Here by Given to All persons indebted to wild estate to Puy the same at once and All per Pous tiny Luik claims attn nut said Antate Are requested to pres tit inc Maine to the dvrs lined. Make Kaki. Oct. Executor. Estate of James fodder. Letters of administration on the estate of Jamks hop Kun late of Eliuar town ship Loea county pa., deceased Havlic been Cran cd to Margaret Lodder of Well Boro k. D by the Register of suld county notice is hereby Civco to nil persons indebted to mild estate to the same at once und All persons Hulne claims real not said Are requested to Praseut the same to the undersigned. Margaret a Oddou. Oct. 30-6t. . Estate of Mary Canon. Lesser Tenta icentary on the last will and testament of Mary Carbon. Late of Char Lehton township to Ioja county i can nil Vun Iii been jointed by the Ter of the mild county to r. E. Carson o. H. Carson and 1c g. Corhon of Well Horo. I n., notice is hereby Elveu to nil persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons Havlic claims against said estate Are run nested to present Tho same to the . R. E. Carson o. R. E. G. Carson executors. Sherwood on Lett attorneys. Oct. 30-ot. Hearing for appointment of guardian to the relatives and family of George w. Cole of Delmar township Loea county Pennsy Hanla and other s interested take notice that u petition 1ms been presented to the a Jince of the court of common pleas of Loea county. Att Ink Forth that the said George w. Cole is a person of Wiak mind Aud praying said court to adjudge him the said George w. Cole to be unable to take care of his own property Ana to appoint a guardian for ills estate and that the court of Cornmon pleas has fixed monday the 18th Day of november a. D. 1018. At 2 o clock p. M., for the hearing of this application it which time and place the above May appear if t Owlett oct. 30-2t. Attorneys for Petitioner. Orphans court notice. Notice is hereby coven that tie following inventories of real and personal estate selected to he retained by the widows and children of decedents will be presented in the orphans court to be held at the court Bouse in Wellsboro in Loeft county pa., on. Monday november 25. 1918. At two o clock p. M., for confirmation Nisi and will be finally confirmed on monday de Cember 9, ims. At two o clock p. M., unless cause be shown Why said accounts should not be confirmed estate of Charlotte Carl late of Osceola Borough. Deceased election of surviving husband under act of june t. 1917. Estate of Clarence c. Hogancamp Inte of Pine Fly. N. Widow s exemption of lands in Jackson township deceased. Estate of Charles f. Hitter. Late of lib erty township deceased widow s inventory of personal property. Estate of Joseph l. Starkey. Late of Richmond township deceased widow s inventory of real and personal property. William s. Woodhouse. Oct. 30-4t clerk Begia Ter s notice. Notice is hereby riven that the executors. Administrators guardians Etc., named be Low have filed their accounts in the Regis Ter s office for Topra county pa., and that the said accounts will be presented in the orphans court to be held at the court House in Wellsboro. In said county on monday november 25, 1918, at two o clock p. M., for confirmation Nisi and will he finally confirmed on monday. Decem Ber 9, 1918, unless cause be shown Why said accounts should not be confirmed. First and final account of m. S. , administrator of the estate of William s. Blair late of col Norton deceased. First and final account of Eunice car Penter. Of the estate of a. Wallace Carpenter Inte of Charleston de first and final account of l. L. Reynolds administrator of estate of James h. Garlick late of Ward township deceased. First and final account of John j. Clo Hess. Administrator of the estate of Lud we Herzl Nykl late of Bloss township de first i int final account of Daniel mane Val executor of the will of Matilda c. Maneval late of Liberty Boro Urh. Deceased. First and final account of Edda y. Niles and e. H. Owlett. Executors of the will of Aaron r. Niles late of Wellsboro. Deceased As stated by Lida y. Niles surviving exec first and partial account of Mary j. Of Cood and Harry w Osgood. Executors and trustees of the will of Charles g. Osgood late of Wellsboro deceased. First and final account of h. A. Manro executor of the will of Rose Childs Smth late of Mansfield deceased. First and final account of e. H. Owlett executor of the will of William Sprine or Inte of Middlebury deceased stated by g. Mason Owlett. Executor of the will of f h Damp need. William 8. Woodhouse. Oct. 30-4t. Register. Sheriff s sales. By virtue of writs of Vendit Ioni to a Polaa issued out of the court of common pleas of Toga county. I a., and to me directed i will expose to Public Sale at the courthouse in Wellsboro a on monday november 25, 1918. At one o clock p. M., the following described property in Toga county. A 1 ill those premises situate in the Bor Ough of Wellsboro in the county of Loea and state of Pennsylvania known As the Wilcox hotel property and described As Fol lows All that piece parcel or tract of land situate in the Borun of Willsboro Tinea county Pennsylvania bounded Northwest by water Street Northeast by lands of Acnes Murray. Lands of Carl Bernkopf and lands of d. L. Deane Southeast by lands of Carl Bernkopf lands of d. L. Deane and main Street and Southwest by Central ave nue containing More or less of an area of land Ileine the same land conveyed to the said Trantor by Anna Sticklin. Admin is trn trix of Jeremiah w. Sullivan deceased by a deed acknowledged july Lith. 1910, and recorded in Book 138, at Pace 508, in the off co for the recording of deeds in and for Tinea county and the same lands described in a certain mortgage made the first Day of april Between Joseph Toto. Or. Harry w. Bailey and Tilery m. Han trustees of Wellsboro Lodge 14s3, Loyal order of Moose and Carrie Sullivan mortgagee. Improved with a Large Frame barn with addition a two Story Frame laundry refrigerator and servants quarters an ice House and a three Story Brick hotel building. To be sold is tie property of Wellsboro Lodge 1483. Loyal order of Moose suit of i Irrie Sullivan. 2, All lot 1, situate lying and being in the township of Ward county of Toga and state of Pennsylvania bounded and As follows beginning it a Post in the Center of the hash War leading from kill i Brook to Troy. In the Softli line of lands of Hiram Lvon thence South. 28 degrees East perches to a Post thence North 89 degrees East 22 perches to the Tioga Are on the 1 oar to re Over will suffer serious relapses which May rapidly develop into latal Oil pneumonia. Orde.1 that persons Conva Lesink _ from influenza May be properly and Al cd regarding Tho Nee Essary Cam to 1 this Wees for Tioga u Eti Nesi to .1 banquet in Armor Hall which was attended by trunk All Over the county. Tho organization for this county was recently perfected with the of lowing off Herb Hon. Ii. B. Packer chairman h. H. Fri swim i run user g. Mason Owlett. Serreta Ohair Nian of Campaign in industrie1- u alter w. Jones. Elkland. Chairman of Victory boys prot. 1. Jones i Blossburg chairman 01 Victor girls miss Laura m. Gshaw Bor o chairman of speakers Bureau. Rev. Torkle Kirton. Wellsboro chairman of publkit., Mason Owlett i Ells Oro Cha Man of pre now from influenza. Students1 Campaign All of them feel for a period of Days Strait. Mansfield executive f of Imit or weeks the weakness Anil Depres tee Hon. A. B. Parker. Per. 1 Sion so com Lionly affecting thu convalescent. Thousands of persons will Pio Sliman during the period of hence a word of warning t i Torkington. H. H. Gri Swort Joseph Cohen. G. Mason Owlett Otis 11. Evans Frank j. Campbell b. F. Wards Edson j. Catlin Jaura m Shaw f. Of Wellsboro two to four after the i Wllliam Mccarty Blossburg erase person recovers from the i a j. E. Eberle. Fever ii influenza getting w. , mans pm up Catt ious be allowed. Get i the in tin i and Goins about often leads tha to Colla Jise of the heart of its inability due to weak Ness to Send Tho blood hurrying to Tho Remote extremities. The heart muscle in most persons has been ser Lousy a damaged by the Poison of influenza and the heart itself May Sud Delv dilate to a dangerous extend Lea dim to fainting or sinking spells. Among the various to put undue Strain through exer above. Also or work upon a heart in such i districts have condition May Lead to Perr Anent apportioned quotas As follows War work Caius Ign Are. 0. A., y. W. C. A., National Catholic War Council k. Of jewish a Velmare Board War Camp Community service american Library association salvation army. The quota for Liogka count is Aad the whole country is to raise to be divine a Darkasa to the heart itself. Further. Quota a person in such a stage of weakness blogs or collapse very readily sickens with pneumonia because of defective lung j Brookfield i i i circulation and hundreds of persons. is75 getting up and going about too soon Ujj is have thus brought additional Neu Clymer Monia or heart disease upon them Colington Boro ih3 selve3-, i Covington twp. Take warning therefore. Get up 730 gradually Stop Short of fatigue or on Delmar 2 the slightest sign of weakness. Bet Duncan Ter Lav up another week rather than Ujj. Attempt to to beyond the strength of. I 575 a tagged heart. 688 for the same reason it is mad-1 625 visible to attempt buying up one s Hamliton. Strength by Over stimulation. Dissipation of any sort especially Alco 840 Holic dissipation is dangerous for Lawrence Sho both heart kidney and lung in this Lawrenceville 460 stage of convalescence. Simple Nour Ishing food taken to the limit of one s digestive ability rest and rest v two 1 223 to que Entov in a reclining position prob Middlebury ably offers the Best possible Hope for i 828 Complete recovery without Perman ent damage to vital farm Bureau notes. The Merino your Lime at once. Indications Point to bad shipping conditions this Winter and the farm f Ward ers would therefore do Well to order j Wellsboro their Lime at once. If any Farmers l Westfield twp. Nelson 430 Osceola. 668 Richmond Roseville. 113 Rutland 963 Shippen 495 Sullivan 1.450 Tioga 963 Tioga Boro 465 Union Are in doubt As to whether or not certain of their gels need Lime they should bring samples of the soil to the farm Bureau Wellsboro. Where it will be tested. This test will show about How much Lime is required per acre to grow Lover and increase other crop ields. In taking a Sample of soil select it from five or six places in the Field until there is altogether about one half cupful. If part of the Field is Highland and part Lowland a separate Sample should be taken from both places but should not be mixed together. Milk record sheets can be secured and milk will be tested at the farm Bureau. The state Experiment station re Westfield Boro 1.260 Hon. Horace b. Packer presided As toastmaster at the meeting in armory Hall last wednesday the following menu being served to the 120 men and women of the county by the ladies of the Baptist Church roast beef mashed potatoes and Gravy beets carrots cabbage salad bread and butter Jelly Apple and pumpkin pie Coli be cigars. The Hall was decorated with flags of the allies and with posters used for advertising the drive. Flags of the allies were also used As table Centrepieces. The Din Ner was Fine. Chairman Packer after a few preliminary remarks introduced Charles w. Sayre of Lancaster a a m. C. A. Gently conducted blowing expert t Secretary has been Freij Uenta ments. Fall blowing gave slightly under fire at the front in France and better yields of Forn than Spring who described some of his thrilling blowing. With All of the other crops neither the time of blowing nor the experiences but he confined his address mostly to what our fighting depth made any significant difference j Yang did keeping his own splendid in the yields. Fall be work in the background As much As recommended where Topography and soil conditions permit More because the Rush of Spring work will be relieved thereby than for any other reason. From the National Stockman and Farmer. The Merino foundation there would have been More sheep in the Eastern part of the United possible but in describing the exploits of the 3th v. S. Marines whom he served As a Secretary at the front and being an Eye witness to these exploits. Or. Audience could t help but remember the fact that he was one of pm in their hazardous Job of Heine or. Sayre held the audience spell state when the world got Short of j Boumy Wuh his absorbing by interest won and Mutton if it had not been j ins Story but was frequently inter for the prejudice against the Merino i erupted b v rounds of enthusiastic a a prejudice that has either come he served for seven months Down from the Davs of grease and wrinkles or is based on appearance alone. The Merino is the foundation on which the sheep Industry has been built in the West and it will he the foundation of a successful sheep India Korv in the East if there is such an Industry the British Breeds Are All i Trot in their piece. Thev fur As a Secretary in France. 42 Days j of that time in the front line trenches besides eight Days of open War fare during an Advance and was Fin ally disabled by Gas and obliged to return Home during those eight Davs of open fighting or. Sayre said that Heine ran so fast that the yanks had Dif and must always be relied on to in keeping up the Cross which produces the Market Iamb but Thev require care and feed which the Farmer is not accustomed to provide and which the Merino can Prosper without. For the beginner or the Man of Little experience Merino res and Mutton male i Ore Money than any other of when the Cost of Gra to is in note l Vear several Secretary Owlett and Rev. .1. W. Torkington followed with re Narks i appropriate to the occasion announcing that messes. H. B Packer i j Harrison. We. O Connor and f. A had contributed shoo each to the War Campaign Channel class of fills Wells Boro High school and various smaller amounts making a total of thousand Typl nine wore used to i of starter found nov Nocks in the state and a Pii Sboro s quota Well Over the Warp Brod to Mutton rams. The Poi it Hivo Ren to so who a Nuht this statement can each it if Wuh Nir to do t Little travelling to sep for Lioni Seh stomach dead nov of morphine is deadening and injury sheriff. Inc beyond repair every nerve in his some Good bargains in farms for on form Kitchen a Blatchley rial not nov and morals this most if not Milt furnishing Crent As Vita la what the stomach of every sufferer Earv for he Cross met Shnur from indigestion needs is a Good nre-1 Chichester s pills Tiik a that will build up his atom arh. Put strength in Ertry and Al Aslly he into it. And make it sturdy enough to Roll West a heart meal without artificial Aid. That prescription for indie nation written is old he Floc Pirts eve Erv whirr and by pm f a fwd and in Hera la nil ran for trite treat and Worth it our to nov to then in behind our so be read when the committe rails on w. S crib ranted to build up the a incr a of rhyme and indie Emion. Or Money this named Mio a and is sold in Small Tablet form in lure re for Only a few rents. Remember the name Mlo a Stam a a they never fail. Adv. The Cost of Holch put have mounted All the Savini will but outfit s for our boys in France. Ammunition for their runs. For and Knock Outi for the when they get through fighting when we can help most t t then the fighting is Over when an armistice v v comes when peace and Victory Are Stab will come the Long Long period of demobilization. A other wars that change from military Back to civil life has been a dangerous one. Let s make it easy Safe and smooth for our old yanks let s see that every hour of every Day while they Are cleaning up the Job and waiting for their ships is filled with wholesome fun and entertainment. Of let s give them lots to do and lots to see and hear. Think what it can mean to millions of americans f to get acquainted with the real history the traditions the Art and Beauty which they have h done so much to save i i r1 plans Are mapped out to make our period of de mobilization a regular Khaki University and every Soldier can come Home with something of the Back ground of those who used to go abroad to study. Camps and huts and billets Here and Over there our fighters have shown that they want to get ahead. Books that instruct books on technical subjects and on civics government on history and business Are in greater demand than books of fiction. J l when our fighters come Back they will be better men in every Way than when they left but we must stay with them until they get Back Home Why you should give twice As much As. You Ever gave before the need a for a Sura 70% greater than any gift Ever asked for since the world began. The government has fixed this sum at by giving to these seven organizations All at once the Cost and Effort of six additional campaigns is saved. Unless americans do give twice As much As Ever before our soldiers and sailors May not enjoy during 1919 their 3600 recreation buildings 2500 libraries supplying books 1000 Miles of movie film 85 hostess houses 100 leading stage stars big brother 2000 athletic directors millions of dollars of Home comforts when you give double you make sure that every fighter has the cheer and com forts of these seven organizations every step of the Way from Home to the front and Back again. You provide him with a Church a theatre a cheerful Home a store a school a club and an athletic a knowledge that the folks Back Home Are with him heart and soul i you have loaned your Money to Supply their physical needs. Now give to maintain the morale that is winning the War i i top Mansfield. Los spurs. Morris i run. Arnot and Serroi indic territory War Chest which assures their quota at the Start and Are All Pledger to put their quota Over i Tho i Tho organizations for which the j United War work Campaign is Beins 1 conducted Are Dinc wonderful Worl Man still lives for our men a the both Over seas and in the Camps at Home their people who suffer from sour Stom a q indispensable for the Comfort Ach. Fermentation of food distress Ami welfare of our after eating and indigestion and seek j lip Horny touch so far As possible Relief in Large chunks of artificial a Horn Wjk a path needed in keen posters. Are killing their stomachs by Neui the morale of and inaction just As surely As the victim Xavy besides safeguarding health United War work Campaign att Catholic a counc1l-k. C jewish Wak Cam Community it Kkt Autret Cam Lii Maiv Salvat t this advertisement contributed by first National Bank Owen s. Smith March Fay f. Howd Israel Cohen r. W. Bailey co. W. L. Horam Smith store Roy j. Dunham. Alan b. Deane Harry r. Atherton Tioga county savings Trust co. Finkelstein Mack Harkness Borden Harry l. Blatchley Charles a. Focht company w. W. Lowell Frank Pagan George m. Spading Smith s shoe store Derby s shoe store w. S. Mitchell

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