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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaNew fall shoes pare Here in Gray Black mahogany White and Russia calf government after october it any questions about new government requirements in shoes will be cheerfully answered. Smith s shoe store Twenty five cents Well spent. Only 25 cents will pay for n 28 word Al in this column one week 35 cents win carry u 35-word and and so on. Thousand of people will read it maybe some will respond just As some will to this and. Address agitator. a word to the Wue. Estimates and contracts made for plumb ing steam heating roofing tinning Etc. All kinds of materials in Stock. Come end me before you invest your Money 1d m7 Mitchell. Main Street Weisboro a. Feb. 8. _ Assignee s notice. The Assignee. In Trust for the Benefit of creditors of 1hr estate of it. C. Kilts of Wellsboro. In hereby fives notice that nil persons indebted to said r. C. Kelts required to make prompt pay ment to film of their indebtedness and All persons hold inc property of a fold Assignor an n quire to deliver the same to the under filled ass Lynw All persons Bavins accounts or demands it canst said firm Are requested to present the some to the under so Trad for settlement fax a j. Camp at last. But shucks Only a Newi Peper Man who does it. The North american save the conclusion is forced on think ers that the newspapers of America. Particularly the country weeklies Are performing As sacrificing labor in helping to win the War As any other Agency outside of those on the Battle Field. At first Blush this May seem a Broad statement but it is supported tarts and facts Aro stubborn things the columns of a newspaper Are its Block in Trade the editor has space to sell As the grocer the Butcher the Baker and candlestick maker have their commodities for Sale. Nearly every class save the editor when the government takes Over any of tils commodities expect full Price from t Uncle Sam. Who would think of walking into a store and taking a Case of goods without paying the mar Ket Price yet the government and Manv not entitled to the consideration which Uncle Sam expects and receives expect to be granted much space Gratis. It is queer that this i-3 perhaps the country editor in his bigness of heart is to blame for it himself. He has Given so Many columns free to booming his town us needs and charities its churches and social organizations its welfare and individuals without Money or hardly thanks that people have come to claim it As right and to expect it filling space a has to fill anyway be might As Well fill it with one kind of matter As this is the was those who want free publication millions saved in state. Conservation in food show Surpris ing Fig urea in report. Pennsylvania food administrator Heinz shows what loyalty and self denial Lias done in just one Vear. To begin with. Report made it Clear that if the citizens had not in ado these Little sacrifices he would be paying a Bushel for his hour and 2. Cents a Pound for his sugar to Day ninety million dollars have been saved to the Stato of Pennsyl Vania on flour and on sugar his quiet obedience to the Law and by his Good nature. The report sums up the methods by which these results and a Hundred others came about. What it tells is this Tho food administration began its work in. March 1917. It first appointed committees for each con nov and then set up relations with a Hundred food farm and other Agen cies with state and National depart ments with churches schools and the newspapers. It fought for and obtained labor to produce seed crops changed Hank credits and worked for the cultivation of waste lands. It put out 1.000.000 conservation pledges which women sign de and 999.998 of them kept. It sent out women demonstrators of Canning and taught both the alien and the native daughter some thing of which Thev did not dream. Three months later came the National food administration which found much of its work in Pennsyl Vania already Cut out for it and which appointed Howard Heinz the state food administrator state and the for 7e schemes or pro Federal activities merged. Then fact Thev wish exploited View it. Organization made up Twenty Divis n consequence the journalist bears a ions each under a Volunteer chief comm univ Burden All out of proper o did generally be str sept. 25 4t. Estate of Etta m. Mennitt. Testamentary on the last and tegument of Etta m men in late of farm Acton township Tolosa county Pennsyl Vai iia bail nor been granted it the Kerls tar of the said county to William e close of Nelson a r i notice is hereby Civen to All persons indebted to said estate to Pav the same at once Imd nil persons hav Init Dalma ig4iiust and a St it ire request cd to sep tin Sime to the undersigned. Lliam k , executor 25 fit Nelson Phi r d proclamation in divorce. of Pennsylvania to Homer w Weikel greeting whereas Etta Wel Irel did on the 26th Day of Arll a d prefer her petition to the judge of the court of common pleas for the Coontz of to Iota Pennsylvania Pray ins that for causes therein set Forth sue might be dlvorc.-. From the Bonds of a. Klimmt entered into with the said uni f Welzel we therefore command you that setting aside All manner of Ziess and Escasis whatsoever Yon be Ana appear in Vona proper person before our Judie it Wellsboro. At the court of com Roon Pleat there to by held for the said on the fourth monday of october to answer the petition or Lehel of the raid Etta a. Keleel. And to cause. If any Yon have Why the said Etta a Keleel Vona wife should not be from the Bonds of Matrimony agreeably to the acts of general Assembly in such Case made and provided. Hereof fall not witness the honorable Sevellon f. Channel president judge of on said court at Wellsboro a the Day of a Curt. A d 1918 Eft son j. Patin prothonotary. Fred s. Ousted. Get is 4t sheriff. Statement of ownership Eti Sci item 1 Betti of Congress of Antrim of an stator. Piilini Lioi it Lounts i a pm of t 1. Of i. Romin of is Pirfo 11 Pul Ilu in and for thl m l ill l App i vol Iii m to Havi Nir Bei n a i 1o i Posi s Init sn., t ind Imit Lilii Wilna Rii Mil run Low in s in Ali of in i Elf i it Fhi own i lip i in i in-1 if i in ill i to a. Lii Irmi of tin inn said Mililli Pitinii ,1 in. In Ltd Pitini i inti Iii. I in i pm 1 h i 1, v. 11.11 h Kivist 1, in Illel his Fellows. Who is so hard hit by the War As the country journalist his help goes either to the colors or to War industries which pay wages he Tould not even contemplate. The Price of White paper has gone a lat lived impossible. The administration kept sugar Down to nine cents while it was sell ing Lor 25 cents in Bermuda just a few hours off the Florida coast it regulate d the Cost of ice and prevented profiteering. H stabilized and to prohibitive figure kept Down the Cost of milk. It got a brer thing which enters into the pro 1 perishable products to auction of a newspaper is almost out through on time it of reach he cannot raise the Price of his paper much if any. If he in creases advertising rates those who Consumers established curb markets and prevented Good food from rotting upon farms. It released certain foods in times of taken space Cut Down to fit the abundance. Or discontinue Uberto established in altogether the Cost of Ming has l poor City districts. Cash and earn it is readily seen that methods came unto use. Freight con the country against it it is read my seen Man. I r editor is squarely up i Gestson. Waa eased de along comes i Uncle Sam with his cation. Began among people at Large. Three demonstration Railroad cars along comes l Nice , through the state and taught women make War bread., to b their did not know and wants published to stimulate the Sale of Liberty Bonds Thrift Stamps red inert _ Cross fuel and food conserva Loa and b discovered and these regulation and of donated by the Pennsylvania great importance. He expects the Cost state their hard pressed pm her to a a the Road Drevy Tapee freely and he does w ill Nelv As of c and paid half the hard hit As he is. If Vou go to a Vii onto of their work to a hotel to get food for War workers ride on i Uncle Sam s trains for War work is it donated Seldom. But the editor gives gives and gives uncomplaining a and patriotically. Vio lations of the Law were watched with careful and punished with care Ful Justice. Ten thousand hotels and restaurants received pledge cards and Ike Ahe Bican Flag. By Joseph Rodman Drake in the new York evening Post of May 29, 1819, when Freedom from her Mountain height unfurled her Standard to the air1. Sha Tore the azure Robe of night and Het the stars of glory there. Shu mingled with its glorious Tho milk Baldric of the skies and striped its pure celestial White of the morning Light then from bin Nia Sion in the Sun Shu called her Eakle bearer Down and save into his mighty hand the Symbol of her chosen land. Majestic Monarch of the Cloud who rear St aloft the regal form to hear the tempest trumping loud and see the lightning lances driven when strives the warriors of the storm and Rolls the Thunder drum of heaven. Child of the huh to thee tis Given to guard top Banner of the free to hover in the Sulphur smoke to want away the Battu stroke bid its endings Shine afar like on the Cloud of War the harbingers of. Victory Flag of the Brav Ethy folds shall Fly the sign of Hope and Triumph High when Speaks the signal trumpet tone and the Long line comes gleaming1 on. Ere yet the life blood warm and wet has dimm d the glistening Bayonet each Soldier Eye shall brightly turn to where thy sky born glories Burn and As his springing Steps Advance catch War and vengeance from the glance. And when the can Hon Moi things loud heave in wild wreaths the Battle shroud and gory sabres Rise wid fall like shoots of flame on Midnight s pall then shall the meteor glances glow and cowering foes shall shrink be Neath each Gallant Arm that strikes below that Lovely messenger of death. Flag of the seas on Ocean wave stars shall glitter o or the Brave when death career Etc on the Kalp. Sweeps darkly round the bellied sail. And frighted Waves Rush wildly Back before the broadside s reeling rack each dying wanderer of the sea shall look at once to heaven and thee and smile to see the splendours Fly in Triumph o or his closing Eye Flag of the free heart s Hope and Home by Aneel hands to valor Given the stars have lit the Welkin dome. And All the hues were born in heaven. Forever float that Standard Sheet where breathes the foe but Falls be fore us. With Freedom s soil beneath our feet and Freedom s Banner streaming o or us of food administrators and fuel and Istratov Are sent in months the saved 3.000.000 them broadcast Over Java them in front of every fireside without compensation the editor is pounds of further savings in sugar made rationing in obeyed. Were feet and on whose Observance of them depends in Large measure the winning of the War not Only that but he urges and be speeches for their observation he threatens he cajole he appeals to patriotism for their Observance if i Uncle Sam had paid space in pro portion to the country editor even As portion if li1b by Iii Kveum a he slacker ship workers. The War i alone and the thumb Dairy Farmer. And last and Best of All both men and women took the suggestions of the administration in such Good part that it made its hardest work pleasant. Every county in the state participated each under its own local Organiza Tion. All this was in Pennsylvania refused debt would be doubled to the hog Learned How much he Toetu Etolier he is. The had accomplished for the rest of the editor pushes patriotically ahead through barrages of poor debts j dwindling advertising and sub rip Tion looking As cheerful As he can. I spiking top Hun Poison tale urging world Catarrh vanishes. I of Fri Hillk uie nun Pui him Laic , Foi the people to of food and Here is one treatment that All suf for i1 l Al Jis la Oil till ii of tin Lull m i r ii in. Iii u 111 i i i Liolin of i i i if i 1 i i 11 Iii --0 i my 1 m r Hill 0 in fur. Ills a i., 1 in i i i Mil Rizii till to this to banish All rheumatic pains pro Iii rippled for cripple Al tha1 run to help themselves in i 1 Brno Chat k to i thro Ucb the Imper of f Lent to Vith Spee l it brings Relief to i have 1 for it the Point Niso a t Point tort and pain in the and c irs an the cnrpno16 oti1 Ami pensive l f Ert Aiti. By n i a that has force.1 i a to and to i irn to it 1s f to of a Brit Atiar or bps in be eth Pima to Dav anti i of not rpt the Ion Fol on pm gift Wiir Mone will re tort Tuv t Mort has n -u--1 infant Phi h in Oil Chichester s pills Tup. A fuel to end the War. Covering up the shortcoming and mistakes of those in Aii Thorit. Cheering and inspiring those left behind by tales of valor of those overseas publishing letters and deeds of heroes Over there stiffening the morale of the folks Back Home a l printing words of Sam path Eulo Irv and common Dation for the dead heroes All wit i i out limit and without Reward or hone i of Rev gird or thought of Reward. Rut 1 Are not complaining in More that tire men in the trenches How to be rid of dangerous Dandruff if Stu Dandruff must set i l fit it -. No theh Dan or Nius in will urea ruin hair if Ilon t Dandy iriv Heads mean faded Brit Iii no liar that not Lou then n on arc Bald and Noth ing ran i be sure v a to abolish Dan Druff ror Roo l is to the Croni i it . It to in this Quick Civ. Cin l Anil at Little i Pii slurp is As As we Fth of get Fri ii fax 1" Lowil am Conral Druc t is Iguaran Ppd to banish Rian Druff. Hop itching Scalp an allure 1 Ami non anti n new or Ali mail As it is ill ref Nufler 1 a Risati is a i a nor " Iii ii ii ifs in air a Perls a to fat i i i Ltd a fight Sticks n it t to 1 Ami 1 or a Tipri fevers can rely upon. If Vou want to drive Catarrh and All its disgusting san Ptonis from in the shortest time. To your and ask Lur p outfit breathe i Home and it will rid of of Catarrh it gives such Quick re iof that All who use it Tor Tho Liri i Lime astonished. Illomei is a pure Pleasont anti sop ii is breathed into Linus tie Infra nip membrane it kills the Catarrh Zernis us the sore allots and heals All Infra ii nation. Don t suffer not apr a with Tarrh. The disease is Datis Eros ii tid a Ftp ends in Consoni Jitian. Start Shomei treatment to no dosing no s i r Iliin ies great lip it that s ask Vav f Llowd we have just begun to fight when America goes to War she goes to War to we Are going to win this War if it takes every Man and every Dollar we be but Don t make the mistake of thinking the War is already won. The prussian beast is torn tired and bleeding but far from being crushed. Our boys Are like hell according to the Hun by the Grace of god winning but they must have help and it is up to you and to us to help. We must not fail them lend the Way they fight buy Liberty Bonds yours for the fourth Liberty loan the Wellsboro agitator pits Plum pits Olive pits Date seeds. Elevation he can travel 16 Miles be of Wood to be in a Wing beam from time the tree is Cut As compared the press an essential Industry in View of the fact that newspapers and periodicals have lost some employees who have sought greater immunity from military service in More essential War industries it is Well As ask just How essential the press is to Cherry pits Brazil nut shells Walnut shells English or Hickory nut shells and Butternut shells. A u. S. Planes make Good. A most favourable report on hav Iland four air planes with Liberty motors manufactured in this country has been made to major general Kenly chief of military aeronautics. In an officer of the air service just Back from France. The officer s report says the machines compare favourably with the Best British and French makes the first planes arrived at stations in France As Early As Mav 13, last and fora touching ground. This gives him ample time to select a Placo with Ith Ninel a Vear ago. In a radius of 16 Miles. The speaker mentioned Thaun j truthful reports that came Back Here following the arrival in Europe of the re designed de Haviland 4. He de glared As a matter of tact that Persh ing did not know they were there i shortly afterwards however word was received that since the above Telegram was sent it has been Given by direct information that the d. A plane is the Best and that the Liberty engine is the Best in h is said that if the War lasts two years j More the i Ibert engine will be the Only one used one thousand in or aude a ecu a increasing numbers. Six weeks ago a winning the War. The War Indus about eighteen planes were arriving shipped tries Board puts newspapers and Peri daily. Some changes were necessary i the speaker Jan. 1. Planet a week will be the then tres oar pus new Spaes a Odi Cala m class 4 in the priority list at first the officer said but each sue carious which furnishes the basis for Indus need my shipment showed better work ascribed last month 170 new ships launched most of them Large Seago inf carriers. Unsightly pimples and blemishes on the face Are sore signs that the skin and blood need the purifying and strengthening action of Bee cams trial exemption from the draft. Industries grouped in 1 Are of exceptional importance in connection with the prosecution of the War. Those grouped in 2, 3 and 4 will have precedence Over All industries not appearing in the priority list but the boar d says that As be tween these three classes however there shall be no Complete or absolute this Means that newspapers and periodicals Are. Practically on the same footing As the industries and plants of classes 2 and Manship and few changes were required f the plane and motor has become very popular with our said the report. We obtained approximately 130 Miles per hour at ground level with one plane and without any special preparation obtained an Altitude of feet in ten min utes and Twenty one seconds full Load excepting bombs. We. Were Able to Loop dive and otherwise stunt tbsp planes exactly As Well As we would and Chasse plane tie and stated that the average life j at the front is sixth Days. In the j discussion which followed the talk j or Kettering stated that it now i takes Only fourteen Days for a piece or Tutt of any Medicine sold in bum. Loc. 25c in demonstrating the essential qual air test pilots and ferry pilots it of their product. Were All of the opinion that the plane what service has the presi already was excellent. The French minister rendered in this War the National publications broke Down so effectually All sectional barriers that when the state for aviation. M. Dumesnil. In of War thought so Well of the Libert motor that the under Secretary of time came to declare War upon Ger Manv it was Tho act of a United nation newspapers and periodicals have been the most powerful single Force in popularizing support of the i Liberty Loans and Secretary me formed me that the French gladly would take Ever motor we could produce which we could not use our selves an analysis of the air plane situation was the subject can san b 0 has testified to the Maior part the vhf. Kettering president of the society thus played in of for his talk before the the girl who took his place. Web "smile1 smile smile " t i in do set d by drug tests Aryl will Hohti Mooil 1 die Forman t to despise ilife Trot of Ami psf truth is ire of r n of t thu in " i on id Ilie Minn car. When Thi Cin print it i its Industrial shops the housing of tbsp of women was n till Imp Coli Valdorn Lun. The t. C. A. A of tilled upon und Linde Takimi ibis important bars ice for trip Imi Nii Niit pm Perls St Iloilo the situation. Sup to Linus and were drawn no to top soon Inry of Wiir Nii l or Otto Hal Rynn of inc housing Otic it top of the Couk ii for Netlon a ii Plire 1 Werc put in Piuni i i form haul l to to i nip acc Pii d As Guibor to Milne for the of women our workers sinews of War. Have so Educa pm the Public mind on Tho of the War Ami the a nov of every in Xen in a Democrat that top draft i As nip with no opposition had the i Dur him the Hil War. Sriv Pii Tho Samp support to this Prin Ciple Tiern would Hami been no draft i riots then the task of the press in preparing top Public for the Ere it i Loans it to come i. Tremendous and j its Mission of in the ii months of top War and in hip preparation for Peme is is sinn ii j ant Ami essential a. That will i i 1 As Al Reinli accomplish eci Les Iii s trait pits and nutshells. The work of Ollie Tiomi has pc Wini. On for several weeks in an Effort to secure a noun of tins material for the manufacture of Pas masks Tho Olle Tion has Ponn there was never n time when the Sac ahead without wait him for orifices and the help of women were More Tion the Cas us fun a division of appreciated than it the present tune. To a Hemual serv k b of the women should learn and Lias aided a Deal in nursing at Home. There is no better was than to study the new the common Flentse medical adviser with chapters on Carat Aid. Bandaging Anatomy Hyp Cne care of the sick diseases of women Mother Ami Rah the marriage relations to be had at some Drift stores or Send we to publisher 654 Washiington Street Buffalo n. Y if a woman suffers from Weik Back nervousness or if Pas afflict her the Best tonic and corrective is one made up of native herbs and made with out alcohol which makes weak women Cleveland Section. Who i body met with the Ensti Antn of Eie Trifa inf fingers in Cleveland pet 1 Tho higher a plain1 travels the safer is Pilot slioulr1 something happen to Tho tie Iii a creater oppor i to nit is Erlven Licitr at Ali Lii sri Alti Tiuan to a of pin p. If the Onirine stops at a 10.iifin-ft tin Laum bed. Ami the is now Art of preparni1 the pit and shells for shipment ret Epta Les have ill cad been Jilaine in Avreet in stores in Clisol arils and at other Fon lenient have been made to have Flint pits and nut Sloe los i t Eil from Bakers hotels fruit markets Anil other Phu is Wber Laruo Pian cities Mav to be found or Bank should to Roii and the pits removed from fallen fruits the i ,1 the in nil the some 6uod bargains in a ices our Kitchen a 1latchley Katl estate Agency Ifill l by top int Sirp Henrt on in i f top moot or Moi anal on that for Wal far of top to Tel Verri in Ari 1 of 1hft Nason is the Abl it to no troubles n old vat in l Emit Ernil from flip Cut not rpt trots Matra just think this Over. If Guob and Kunu. Who lived Home mid co. Still alive and if had earned Elfi pm cry flav included and bad savor u nil. Would have sj1 Ofifi on die Oiler hand if Lacob bad deposited one Dollar at 1 v interest of Pound Rel Verv would lava provided there were and where that Zinich Mono in the world War savings Pav intercut compounded every four l months the Lvov eminent fruit pit and nut 1111 of masks for the army by Ausit tins material v leads parti near Crad or la lion Vii h does nol deteriorate Fiu ulv. Of Anut Byln Lave imported for this purpose luit the to sort Al e of ships make ibis import at Ion 7 furthermore it should not he need san when the out re has

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