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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Willsboro pa., wednesday september 4, 1918. A Twenty five Well spent Only 28 will or a 30-word and id Tali column one week 39 jul carry b 35-word and and so on. Of people will read it and maybe some will respond. Just As some will to tuls and. Address agitator. A word to the Wue. And contracts made for piano ing steam Hahn of roofing ten Olaf Etc All Unda of material in Stock. Come and before you invert your Money i not blog la Al Mitchel main Street Wela Boro feb. I. 1b15.___________ estate of Beatrice Goodwin. Notice is hereby Glen that letters testamentary have been duly granted by the in Bald county deceased to c. W. Sheldon. Cioffa Tlora county Pennsylvania and All persons who Are indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment with out delay and All persons who have Law Ful claims against the same Are requested to make the same known without delay to the undersigned or to Sherwood owl Ett attorneys Auk 7-ct. Executor notice of application for charter. Notice is hereby Fol Van that application will be made by b. A Baldwin j. J. Brant. To. H put Nam and others to the governor of Pennsylvania on the 1mb Day of sep tember 1918, at two o clock p m., under the provisions of an act of Assembly entitled. An act to provide for the incorporation and re Culaton of certain corporations approved april 29. 1874, and the various supplements thereto for a charter for an intended corporation to be called the Tisza Timber company the character and object of which is the manufacture and Sale of umber and other products of Timber and the acquisition of Timber and Timber lands therefor and for these Pur poses to have possess and enjoy All Rients benefits Aud privileges of said act of As Sembly and the supplements aur 28-3t solicitor. Administrator s Sale. Estate of Charles d. Lewis decease of an order of. Court of Tolosa to unto dated August 17. 1918, the undersigned administrator of the estate of Charles d. Lewis late of township deceased will sell it Public Sale the front door of the courthouse in Wrt Sboro on monday september 16. 1918, it 2 o clock p. A lot of land. Sit uate in Liberty township. Toga countr a described As follows bounded on the Post Prev and southerly sides he lands or we Maneval on the northerly sides or Zimmerman Creek and the Public Road leading from Nauvoo to Texas. And on the Westerly Side by land of avers containing about one and three fourth acres of land nil cleared with a framed two store dwell lne House framed barn framed Carpenter shop fruit and ornamental Trees and a Well of water thereon Fieldz the same land conveyed to the late Lewis deceased by Jujj Albert c Comstock wife and Tohn bit Ter and wife by recorded in Recourt Book of deeds vol 131. At padre 170. And vol in at Nase 337. Ana to by Warren to Charles d. By will registered in docket Page 586 terms of Sale 25 per cent of bid at time of Sale Lin Lance Cash on con format Lon of Sale James w. Lewis. Aur 21-3t. Administrator. Court proclamation. We erects Hon. S. P. Chinnell. President Judi a of the fourth judicial District of Pennsylvania composed of the county of Theta. Issued Precept to directed for the holding of an orphans court. Court of common pleas general Quarter sessions and Orer and Ter Miner. At Welb Boro in and for the county of Tiona. Pen Sylvania. On the fourth monday of sept Ember being the 23d Day a d. 1918, and to continue three weeks. Notice is therefore hereby Fri Vii to the Coroner. Justices of the peace and constables in and for county of Tiora to appear in their own proper persons with their records inquisitions exemptions and remembrances to do those which of their officers and their behalf Appertain to be done and Al witnesses and other persons prose Cut mar in behalf of the Commonwealth against person or persons Are required to be then and there attending and not to depart at their peril a nears Are requested to be punctual in their attendance at the appointed time agreeably to notice. Given under hand and Seal at the office in Wellsboro the 15th Day of August in the year of our lord one thousand nine Hundred and eighteen. Fred s. H0sted. Wellsboro. A. Aug. Sheriff. Orphans court notice. Notice is hereby ill Van that the following inventories of real and personal estate be. Elected to be retained by the widows Ana children of decedents will be presented in the orphans court to be held at the court in Wellsboro in Toga county. Pa., on monday. September 23, 191st at two o clock p. A. For confirmation Nisi and will he fun ally confirmed on monday. October 7, 19ll at two o clock p. M., unless cause be or town Why said accounts should not be confirmed estate of Seth 0 Daee Ett late of Walls Boro widow s inventory of personal prop erty. Palate of Deforest Hancock late Cly Mer township deceased widow s inventory of real and personal property. Estate of who in o Preston. Inte of Elkin nil. Deceased widow s inventory of personal property estate of George Ransom late of Chat Ham deceased widow s inventory of real and personal property estate of William late of Wells deceased widow s inventory of per Sonal property estate of Asa l wll Eor. Late of Rich mond deceased widow s inventory of per Sona property estate of Whirles Washburn. Late of Felon widow s inventory of per 80081 s Woodhouse. Anc 28 4t clerk. Settling Beatrice by 8. Hackley copyright 1818. By the Newitt responsibility for Beatrice s settlement is rendering absolutely Dis traught Doris. Living in a Little place like this with so few social equals is enough to drive one mrs. Eileen Campbell wife of the Lime manufacturer at Bardstown rolled her China Blue eyes Dep relatively. If it weren t that Frank is making Money hand Over As he Calls it Here i simply could not endure i wife of the Road build ing contractor nodded appreciatively. That s what i Tell Gene. How Long Are you going to stay in new York the macons Eileen Toh two weeks probably. Now that Bee leaves tomorrow with Arethea to Cue for the House party i feel Safe about her. Ale then has been begging to let her stay on with them through the summer. She lowered her voice Sammy is going to be How very commented mrs. Carter. Beatrice an involuntary listener with her piquant face her characterful month and Blue eyes both dolorous and indignant hastily left the Library. Tutor father h aprons looking Man with Register s notice. Notin1 is lips flip coven Liat the executors administrators. Etc named be Low h fill Ali or or counts in the Regis Ter s Offir for i to unto. In nod that the 1 account1 will to presented la the Orp Linns court to he hold at Tho court Iio Hso a will Semro. In Rounsv on monday Sei Tom bar 23, 101s. At two n in for confirmation Nisi and will to i mlle confirmed on monday of Tot. K 7, i Lei no shown Why 3ald accounts Rhonald not of Ronal Rcd first ind Al nil account of wait Perls Ami Niram administrators of the Mol t Hiron Lati of Bloss first and flail an mint at Coli part b Casio it hid i. Re on tors of 1in Nill of Orpha i. Clark. Into of Morris join Shin. Der a spa and final account of Marv k Anil Helen Kenw. Of the Lull of Myrv t Chandler late of d Censed first and final account of Katie i one Brett of the a state of Keth o into of Willsboro film a count of Fred e and Man str Tor o the estate of John truth scr. Late of Morris township deceased form ind Al nil account of f. H Owlett san Lvene trustee of the Petit of to Sinh i Golf fun. Lite of Charleston. Stated Liv g Mison Wolctt. Executor of e ii ont. Deceased first ind final account of Robert h it Cantor of he will of to in nah c Henry Lite of Vail Shoro deceased account of Hinni v St apr. Hic nor of the will of a Tudson. Late of Lilor t township deceased flr-1 ind Al nil Ici ont of Alice Renc Rich it Rex of tie of cd word s liar arc. Late of loss township deceased and per till account of Howard f Marsh of the estate of Mary Landrus Lute of Ytell Shoro deceased ind film account of Ellroot o ump la t. It Tutor of the will of Lite of Klind. Leoen sad and Flam account of ton of Cmor of the will of to Vorren ton Inu of Ivi in township. Ind it nil Nei out of f h Owumi anti Erik Rotor of the estate of Mirrle t mall or of old dec mrs a tinted o Mason Wolctt Fec nor of the will of f h owl of of left Ned final account Fohn to conk administrator of the estate of no irate. Int of runs Shortr first and unil account of in help r Wood o t i of the Simp of m " tors Inte of min Fie a. If reused first rid Phil Naco int of Joseph Ferris administrator of the of Phil Lyrta Ilce Isth of Chat him town ump. Of left id flail scr ont of Toswell f Tuple cd. Of the of r a Lepler hit of first and inn no count of or f w shr e t d of the of tames i into of town Only deceased _ first Ino it null need int of w son of the Cunt of c Bont Orth. A of and flail be count of i h cd flew. Foci a in Dunn of mar fun Swan Itacir Nln sol nil k Tyon urd and Murr minor children of court intr life for mall fir and Terwint of rot Wurr i of reciter of the will except that he Calls on them and is pleasant to them. And he s started a Young folks Circle for wednesday that dog things like singing to sick folks and the jail Folk and the county in for Mary folks. I knew he was the Prince the first time i Hoard him of course. Ii did t know right off i was the Princess Hilt he Rump to know. Louie. I ilk daddy love people. They re and he liked Way. I know for got to his eyes Warp Rind they turned to and i was Happy. Then the first of july the Rippond it the hold and they he twin those won Pseny and situs any in nip the Alchi re to go Notor the air cup met to for old t Ilbert d been on her death bed for a and t d Pruni Phi her i d King in old. Old bal ind loved. None of the other Rorls knew it lint Mother would t i ten to nip and made to to that hot enl Donnoe. Did t Lenvy until one o clock and no we came out of the Fronte where Thev be term n electric a Wirht Tyml tip thine i wan Wal Hong in front that horrid Rich Sammy or Cue mrs h brother met or i Tor his Orpi looked rep Randi fill the met mine he lifted his hot. Fiber find. And and i Felt heart break tinder the weight of his. I heard ii or Eft and next morn ing i found out mrs Filbert Hud died St Midnight i could t nov a plan Nylon to him we thong Appun Rene to censure Mother so i did t Ninke any. So july a wretched month has pmed Mother s swept Rne into the hotel social of until i had minute not even Soliday for friends. I ought to Timve stood up to Mother but i Hute a Row i am a Coward Louie and because i am i am miserable tomorrow i to leave for Georgia and the Coue s party to make fur ther Conquest of that Sammy Toad. The Prince is just gently courteous to As he is to everybody else when we Chance to Noet now. He hears of going to All those hateful dances and giving All temp to social frivolities and he thinks i a breaker of promises and shallow and fickle and untrustworthy i la never be Able to redeem myself in his eyes. I believe i could if i had a Chance away from Mother but i won t get it and hell marry somebody else of Louie this is a Walling letter but i feel better since the told you tribulations tour Cousin and Friend in weal and woe mostly woe at Beatrice two Days after or. Caswell received n Telegram from new York quarantined. Can t leave under six weeks. Beatrice to stay on with the Mccles. On wednesday evening a Tan Pongee travelling dress pounced Down upon him. Of come Home i be come but the House party Mother wanted you to stay of never wanted to go i started Home the minute i knew Mother had to stay in new York and you re going to let stay Home with her father laughed. I won t Send Yon Back. Whon the Arland Church hell rang. At eight o clock. Beatrice jumped up. It s the Circle night daddy let s two weeks later Beatrice went alone for her favorite walk up Gray s Mountain. At the Summit she came upon the Young minister sprawled on a Mossy spot some typewritten sheets spread out before him. He started guiltily at sight of her and with unnecessary haste folded the papers. Our next sunday s she bantered. May i see How it looks on he flushed and thrust the folded sheets in his pocket then fished out of another a strip of paper which he held out to her. Tin afraid your father has a bad opinion of but his generous Check mailed to More than two weeks ago reached Only this two weeks murmured beat Rice puzzled. Then the red blood dyed her Cheeks. It forwarded from she stammered. It i must have mixed the envelopes she stammered. Then that awful he came and stood by her., i re mailed the letter that was sent by he said. But you read her hands went Over her burning face. He confessed. I did t real ise what it meant until to begun it was Beautiful Reading i wanted to go Down to Georgia on the first wanted to keep Princess i did t dare do that either. So i copied the letter and i be been carrying the copy Here close to heart Ever since. Sometimes i be kissed she raised her drooping head. Then Glenn i it was t the letter that Lay close to his heart that he was kissing then. A month later mrs. Carter just re turned from a six weeks visit calling on mrs. Felix Landrith met Beatrice Caswell and Glenn Pryor just leaving. Did you notice that child s mrs. Landrith remarked As the pair passed out of hearing. Love has made her gasped mrs. Carter. Ton Don t mean to say she s in love with him Why. Mrs. Mecue s brother in Law was crazy a lout her when i left Glenn Pryor with those altruistic notions of his probably never will have a Penny " she set her lips. Why it s suicidal i la write to Eileen to Day Doris the older woman Laid a hand on her shoulder Don t Yon do anything of the kind. It May seem to you suicidal to marry for love without Money but it s worse than suicide to reverse it. I did that. And i know. To Eileen Caswell. But even if you were to. It s too Inte for her to make the child unhappy. His scotch Uncle wants him to come Over to France right Nav. To help him in his army work and the Hoard has reluctantly consented. Naturally he wants to Tiki Lik Sifo him. I j Arn going up Fink in Scull s now to i to let them be married an Experiment in orphans by Jane o8bornb copy Fht by the newspaper Syndicate professor Osgood had near sighted eyes ten acres of Good Rich Garden soil a desire to do his bit and an or Der from his publishers to get in his manuscript for his Book on truck Gar Dening in ancient Rome by the first of october. Naturally the course of the would shape itself in Only one Way. His defective eyes prevented him from enlisting the Possession of ten acres made it patriotic duty to raise everything possible and in the meantime he would Complete his Book from the notes had been collecting Tor the past five years. He would his time Between the mental work of his Book and the physical work of supervising his Garden. He could not cultivate ten acres intensively himself. Labor was scarce. It was necessary in the Community where his ten acres was located to three dollars and a half a Day for a labourer. There would be no Economy and no patriotism in that sort of Gar Dening. The Only thing left to do was to Send for orphans. He had heard of people doing it. So he wrote to the nearest Large City where there was an Asylum for Motherless and fatherless girls and boys and asked for two Young Boyo of a lilt of greeks in turkish territory. Soi at. No to Europe. The whole i Pipit or province of and Riith Pinto i inline the bal kans Down to he declared is As Mil h it in it is Turk and with the turks Mil it is practically All greek. Attn he paid is a largest of greek with a population of i s50.000 greeks that gives an idea of the extent of greek citizenship in All this Section Down to the Straits which will have to be considered on the hauls of nationality race when the Turk Europe. Fifteen who would profit by a summer in the country with plenty of whole Home food and not too strenuous out door work. Be intended incidentally to give them daily instruction in the but this he did not Tell the authorities of the institution. Osgood was really not Tery old or very eccentric. Perhaps he some Day become eccentric if left too much to the solitary contemplation of ancient roman truck Gar Dens. But now a he sat one very sunshiny May morning in the Railroad station of Babcock s there waiting for the arrival of his two orphans who were to help in his War work he was quite a Normal looking Young Man of Thor to five or six. Barbara Grayson whose five acres adjoined his was also at the station. She was knitting a sock to gave time and the fact that she wore a rather severely Cut fairly Short suit of Khaki with Canvas gaiters and a wide brimmed Khaki hat proclaimed the fact that she had recently gone in for farming As a War measure and that it was not her regular occupation. Not having a Book to write and having a great Deal of Energy and fully As much patriotism As the professor she was planning to manage five acres alone. She was now waiting at the Sta Tion to receive from the conductor some seeds that he had promised to bring her from the City on the morning train. Professor Osgood Rose eagerly when the train stopped and peeled his eyes for two sturdy fourteen year old boys and Barbara ran to the conductor leaning out from the car Vestibule to hand her the seeds. Professor Osgood was still casting about in search of the two sturdy boys when the train chug chugged out of the station and two girls dressed in Blue Gingham each carrying a Cotton umbrella and a cheap Wicker suitcase advanced toward Barbara. We re the one said in a Monotone to Barbara and another held out a sealed letter which from the appearance of the envelope had been held closely by a warm hand All the Way from the City. The Ink had run but Barbara saw it was addressed to professor Barbara not having the slightest idea of professor Osgood s plans entirely mystified but smiling on the two girls handed the letter to the professor. He read it twice slowly and then handed it to Barbara. He knew her but slightly but she w As the Only person in the Sta Tion and assuredly he needed moral support our boys have All been said the note signed by the Matron of the City institution. I sending two sturdy. Honest girls that Are used to hard work. Don t be afraid to give them enough to do. If they have plenty to eat and enough sleep work won t Hurt them. Our visitor v.111 be out in two weeks to make inspections and to see How they Are getting while Barbara was Reading the let Ter. 1 Rofes Sor gazed Ruttely at the two sturdy girls the top of his spectacles. Won t we asked one. I it occurred to however that one conventional does t do that sort of thing. That is would t there be something out of the Way about keeping these girls there without some one to chaperone them that s the idea it it occurred to nip that maybe you could help us out. It s All War work Ana i know you Are just cultivating your Garden for patriotism. Could t you come Over to place and live i d do All the heavy Man s work and you could sort of keep your Eye on the Barbara laughed at the professor suggested that so for As Conven Tion went there would be no advantage in the Way he had outlined. Several other plans were suggested. There was t room in Barbara s cot Tage for the orphans and Barbara did t like the idea of staying in pro Fassora Osgood s House with the orphans while he stayed in her Shack. So it was decided that for the time being would sleep in the Hayloft while the orphans stayed alone in the House. I perhaps within a week or so the orphans would be tired of the Experiment or would have proved themselves poor i Farmers. But As a matter of fact just the opposite thing took place. They became expert agriculturists and when bar Bara at professor Osgood s suggestion asked them whether they weren t ready to go Back they both burst into tears the Only sign of vivid emotion that they had expressed since their arrival. 80 the professor continued to sleep to the Hayloft without any Seri Ous discomfort. After All there was no one in the neighbourhood to criticize the arrangement and the plan might worked out All summer were it big game problem meat shortage Points to need of conservation. Plan proposed to establish sanctuaries for wild life in the National reserved forests. Specter. Did the people at the Asylum said professor Osgood feeling carefully one Day As the girls were about to go Forth to Hoe the first showing of Beans did they know i was living Here alone when they sent no said one emphatically. They said there was a or. And mrs. Osgood they did and the Matron said j mind you do what mrs. Osgood says " the professor suddenly became pen i it was not the first time he had thought in a rather Concrete Way of late of the possibility of a mrs. Osgood. After All it was not such an entirely i preposterous idea. Other men Rea soned the professor had managed to win the love of women completely and entirely their superiors in every Way. How f Oollah it would be not to take the Chance. Not to ask Barbara to marry him would not make the intensity of his love any less poignant. And per the professor left his orphans abruptly and sauntered Over to Barbara s Shack. He had planned several ways of beginning the conversation but Barbara was Busy planting Corn and he Felt that Quick action was most suitable. Barbara will you marry he said looking very hard at the Corn in her curved Palm. Bless your said Barbara dropping the Grain and laughing a j Little. I was almost afraid you would t ask in time. I thought maybe you would sometime but i wanted to have it All fixed and settled before that orphan inspector got around. It s part of our Wax duty in t or. Hoover predicts a meat famine which will for years. Asun offset to this Kirtsen Crawford writes in Colliers it is proposed to establish game sanctuaries in the National re served forests where All kinds of big game May Breed unmolested and Bills legalizing such sanctuaries Are Pend ing in Congress. The general movement for a great increase of Al liable big game in Amer Ica has come to be termed throughout the country the Hornaday it gets its name from or. William t. Hornaday director of the zoological Park in new York. Doctor Hornaday is Foremost among the naturalists of the country vice president of the United states army league and trus tee of the american defense society. Kor More than Twenty years this Cham Pion of big game has been sounding a warning to the american people that wild life was becoming extinct and that some Day our desolated forests would be looked to in vain for Relief from a Scarcity of Home raised meats. Had Congress and the Legislatures of several states awakened to a realizing sense of the importance of protecting wild life ten years ago there might still be a food problem before american Public today but it would be less of a calamity than it How is. Doctor Hornaday a conservative accurate Man estimates that several Mil lion head of big game would be Avail Able for the Market annually if proper precautions had been taken a decade ago. He gives it As his opinion that even at this late Day if Well protected Breeding places for Deer and Elk were provided throughout the vast area of the wild Timber and Brush lands of the United states at least a million Bucks might be slaughtered annually Leav ing the does to go on multiplying the denizens of wild life in our forests. This Story of literally living on the fat of the land is no fable this idea of going Back to the tall Timber to get our Dally meat is no daydream. Where did the thousands upon thou Sands of indians get theirs it is a widely known fact in the Southern states that Many tenants of the Cotton lands live three months of the year on rabbits squirrels and Birds without buying a Pound of Western raised meat it is an equally widely known fact that in the extreme Northern and Western states land owners who Are fortunate enough to be within Range of on decreasing tribes of big game live by their rifles much of the time. There is nothing visionary in the Horn Aday plan for food Relief. Hardware seasonable goods refrigerators ice Cream freezers screen doors window screens arsenate Lead pyrex sprays electric Flat Irons 75 Oil stoves and ovens wheel Barrows shovels and rakes Forks and Garden tools Hay rope binding twine Hay car track Hay cars Harpoon Forks Etc. Hardware 59 main St. Why names of states should spelled out a Book about the United state Post office says that letter writers when adn dressing an envelope should write out the name of the state in full on count of the similarity of certain and and and Fos example. An additional reason found in the repetition of the name Many towns in different being eleven Bostons besides the Oak in Massachusetts Twenty six Stone besides the one in new York Twenty five Spring Fields besides the in Illinois Outlook. Typewritten signatures. In these Days of typewritten letters and equally typewritten official Docu ments the writing by hand is becoming a lost Art. Average of time for Reading letters is two minutes for the body of the let Ter and anywhere from fifteen minutes to two hours trying to figure out who made the hieroglyphics that stand for a signature. In these Days of Economy it seems wicked to waste so much time. Let the stenographer Type the signature in full at the end of the letter leaving a space below in which the author May satisfy his taste for cubist or Futurist Art. Every Man even a lawyer or a sol Dier has a right to sign his name As he pleases. But the Man who writes a signature which none can at least furnish his friends with a key to the code he uses. Business colleges please Ronto Telegram. Meat Lew mince pie. Meatless mince meat another Culi nary Triumph in the Art of food conservation has been brought to the Hon selves of the country by the National emergency Garden commission As a worthy companion of ram pm less pump Ken pie and Gln Garless Ginger bread. The new mince meat officially de scribed As a was tried on five Hundred troops on a transport who pronounced it perfect and called for More. Half a package of seeded raisins half a Pound of prunes stewed with Lemon juice and Peel one Quarter cup Ful Sweet elder four tablespoonfuls Brown sugar chop the rals Lna and prunes together and the result said to be a meatless mince pie which will Accord with the food administration s meatless tuesday. Women to give up Platinum. Women possessing Platinum mounted jewelry Are being urged to have it converted into War savings Stamps and used for making materials. A special drive has been inaugurated to the Platinum Supply for the government by melting up slacker baubles of Platinum. Women have gone without heat without wheat without said one of the leaders Sleeper tax Alta however patriotic May be the motive of the travelling salesmen and the Gen eral Public who ride in sleeping cars the negro porters assert they Are Bear ing an unequal part of the new War tax says the Kansas City Star. Where the Porter formerly received a tip of 25 cents for shining the shoes and brushing off his passenger the negro says the tip now is Only a dime. Tips have been reduced one one Porter said. The government since the first of november has added 10 per cent to the Sleeper fare As a War tax. As it now stands it is the Porter and not the Senger who is paying the tax. Tto w the romans and j_lv_7 greeks battled in the wars of Long ago. The old Days when the romans and greeks fought Furi Ous Battles the charioteer drove their cars in All directions hurled their javelins and by the Din and Clatter of horses and wheels commonly threw the ranks of the enemy into disorder and making their Way among the squadrons of the ene s cavalry leaped Dorian from the chariots and fought on foot quotes the St. Louis Globe Democrat. The charioteer then withdrew Hattte by Little out of the fight and placed their chariots in such a if they were hard pressed they could readily Retreat to their own Side. Thus in Battle they afforded the mobility of cavalry with the steadiness of infantry. Daily practice enabled them to pull up their horses at full Speed when on a Steep slope or to run out on the pole and stand on the Yoke and to get nimbly Back into the Chariot. With the introduction of airy in the later age came larger horses but their use for this purpose seems to have been restricted to isolated areas. There is no doubt that the West Man tribes As late As the Campaign of Caesar in Gaul used Only the shaggy Pony. It is said in cavalry actions they held it disgraceful and Slothful to use any kind of a Saddle and in Stead of charging in squadrons they dismounted and fought on foot As far As England is concerned the Art of Riding seems to have been introduced by the nor mans. The saxons appear to have been but indifferent horse men. Of the movement when telling of her neither one of us ants to go i Plen to her sex to sacrifice their Orna ments. They have been asked to economize on the materials in their clothes und reduce the height of Thi in shoes to sme leather. Surely they ought not to find it a hardship to go without Platinum. There is a shortage of Platinum and it is Only with great difficult Blini ii i fruent quantic for actual needs is being obtained fur the faltered the other. It s Nice this with in no prong Ponnee at the very Green. Sunshiny country around them. I Rofes sni Pood thought a minute More and then concluded that they would do and while Barbara trudged Back by one Rovid the professor with his two Oral Iii following him trudged through the Dusty Road to his dispatch old Fiir Munim at one d i Ink. As set for a j minute after her meal map plug out on i Kjier at How j would the remainder of the seeds she Hud received there was a Knock at the door of was of the port we. Luxl Ike Down a rift with nigh two and a species of professor of Good us title him to sit Down with her and drink h cup of quite if the were old friends find tin accepted with Epptin lit dream came True. The encyclopedic Andrew Lang is responsible for the following dream rec Ord according to Catherine Cox writ ing in the occult review a certain barrister sat up late one a Light to write letters and at about went out to put them in the Post he returned to his rooms and while undies song for bed missed a Check fora Large sum which he had received Dur ing the Clay. He hunted everywhere in vain went to bed. Slept end Are intellectual. During the crisis which has been virtually continuous since 1874, the people of Iceland have acquired a Stock of political acumen which augmented by High National intellectuality and literacy fully qualifies them for a conflict with Denmark says a writer. Iceland is among the first countries of the world in literacy. Few in the Island can neither read nor write and one author has declared that every other Man on the Street is a poet. Literature is not confined to any particular of the most Lucid descriptions of the land written is the work of a guide while Many Fisher men write poetry of Merit. A real remedy for falling hair to us Here s Pood news for men and women hair is falling out Aro sorrow Iii Bald and have to Alps pm re l with Dandruff that itch like mad f or and Good drug sri to i an supp n on with the sep nine Paris Ian a Aee liquid which is Surara Steinl to Quick a sure i am Safpho abolish san of Dandruff top itching and fal Ling Muiir and promote a new growth or Usu Iipp the funded an to Pic excellent results from its us. Boine v to spared baldness now in. Their abundant hair while others who differed Tor ears with Dandruff am1 it Mitt head cot a clean Cool a t t Hist a few Dav s use of Imi up treatment n n matter whether bothered with Fallini hair hair matted or liar Dandruff or ital eng Call 1 Arisumi Vape will not be disappointed it s a Fien Tiftic pre Parat on that supplies All hair needs a Eruin to win. Your boy Fritt Lnor on the Tinl Nln rempt replied Apple ran. "1 fat a of great a Crity an army that ran or Vamp Bop tet tip Willy work hard All Day an1 to to bed can 3o Rort Homp journal. 1 dreamed that he Bow the Check curled i be f. Risk he room in Nroa not far Flora hug own door. He woke Tot up dressed walked Down the Street and found his Check in exactly the spot where he had it in dream 1" hew to prevent Mottl not from turn ing yellow. To prevent bin Rico furniture or mat tin from yellow with water. Ton see i in put to u thu it Fly rat Pood mini limits it did t occur to it fir to t it i Iclin t to l up tho1-" Clrk inn to Stiv und they have worked like nil nor milk and Nix kid his dinner and Are inc up the Dolshea now they Ore a great help 1 Cim do the work i and 111 them Short hours and i la pot away Someth lip from the of the Forden for them every week they Are Nerp rather and j n Little splendid out door they take to it like Over Telephone. To was never to insulted in life Hohr somebody if i wanted a by and when i of said the wrong the strength of woman. The work women Are doing in that war1" exclaimed a number of the rail roads War Board it a Brinquet. I Riv ing ammunition trucks dict rank trenches Eten is in Russia fighting in the front line won inn Cornes More and More to resemble Cornelius Husk 8 daughter mame. When Mume As she was known in the township presented her future husband to the old Man. Corn Husk sighed and said take her son. But take Good Kerr on her. For the Little ladybird been Ralz tender like. Four a Day is 1 nil i Brt her to plow and two acres of Corn is All she d been used to Hoe twit Sun up and dark she Kin do fight work Cech Fly rail a Little welnltkrln1, but she Ain t to a Ouick Stoff and you mint be gentle with her. I Tell on son. It s hard for the old Roan to give Hli Little sort i Shine up. Hell Haie to split his own 1 Wood and tend his own Stock now " news paper v s Frod. 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