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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Wellsboro pa., wednesday september 25, 1918. New f All shoes if Are Here in Gray Black mahogany White and Russia calf government regulations after october 1st any questions about new government requirements in shoes will answered. Smith s shoe store Twenty five cents Well spent. Only 25 cents will for a 25-word and in this column one week 25 rents will carry a 30-word and and so of. Thousand of people will read it and maybe gome will respond just As some will to Tala and. Address agitator. Wellsboro. A word to the Wue. Estimates and contract made for plumb ing steam beating roofing. Tinning Etc. All of materials to Stock. Come me before you invest your Money in anything la my line. W. B. Mitchell. Main Street Wel Boco a. Feb. A 1915. Proclamation in divorce. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Homer a Weigel. Greet Jpn whereas Etta a we Leal did on the 26th Day of april. A d 1919. Proffer her petition to the Jusfre of the court of common pleas for the county of Toga Pennsylvania Neuv bag that for causes the role set Forth she might divorced from the Bonds of a Almony entered into with Vou the said Homer to Welfl we therefore command you Lent setting aside All manner of Busi Ness and excuses whatsoever you be and appear in your proper person before our judge it we Isioro at the court of com Mon pleas there to he held for the said county on the fourth monday of october next to answer the petition or Hapl of the Sild Etta a. Wet eel and to show cause if any you have Why the said Etta a Keleel. Your wife should not be divorced from the Bonds of Matrimony Jie Rheamy to the acts of general Assembly 1n Surh Cusp made and provided. Hereof fall not witness the honorable Sevellon f Channel president in dare of our said court at Wellsboro a the Day of August. A d 1818 Edson i Catlin prothonotary Fred s. Busted sep 4t sheriff proclamation in divorce. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to w Higgins greeting where As. Mary did on the 18th Day of March d prefer her petition to the judge of Tut Coart of Sou Moi pleas for the county of Toga Pennsylvania praying that for cause s therein set Forth Ahe might diverted from the Bonds of entered into with Yon the said Charles w. Iii guns we therefore com Mand you that setting aside All manner of business and excuses you be and appear in your proper person before oar judge at Wellsboro at the court of common pleas to be held for the said county. On the fourth mos Day of october next to answer the petition or Jebel of the said Mary hug Zens. And to show canse if Yon have Why the Bald Mary hic plus your wife should not be divorced from the Bonds of Matrimony agreeably to the acts of general Assembly in such made and provided Hereof fall not witness the honorable Sevellon f. Chan hell president j Edge of our sold court. At Wellsboro a the 26th Day of september. A. D 3918 Edson j Catlin prothonotary. Feed s ii usted. Sept ll-4t sheriff notice by the Board of game com missioners notice in hereby Given that it is illegal to kill a ruffed grouse commonly called a pheasant or a wild Turnev. Or a ring neck pheasant or i Deer. In a wild state la the county of Toga before the open season of Lott Sibirt Oij nov of Toga having been until that time by the Board of commissioners to the Bunting of these Birds Aid animals under the pro visions and provided for by the of april oth. 1915 pamphlet Laws 73 the penalty for killing a doer contrary to the ii Iove act and said regulations la the Pinalto for killing n ruffed a Rouse or a Turkey or a ring neck pheasant inner ii to the above net Aud said regulations it action Baa been taken in an or Roini Rease the came in your to unto and we Isk Vou nut Only obey this Law Vourse of. But Tomt help in cd Rev w in to have this Law of Lieeel by others Joseph Kalb us h Mai of Gimp commissioners s. I rheumatism. Greetings to a Soldier by Hilda Morris copyright 1918, by lie me Dura newspaper Syndicate it was 11 win Dew Dill of greeting cards the sort lint i Ople now Adas for oaths ii apparently except Funcik arils for Birthe Hays cards for Vve Ellings to Cung Ratu late you on All sons of happenings curds with patriotic Iii l on curl 11 verse Sii pose Ella Lexer nil ii picture of some sort alluring by color Ful Josfine paused before the window attracted by its Gav display. It saturday afternoon her Day und she Hud nothing to do but wander among the shops looking in on Lovely hat s and blouses and Flowers which he could not afford to buy this it do a. However was different she could Liny cards that is if she nov a to to be nil them today of the cards seemed to be for the vein s Hov proud some one of them and How some body inn Jet to 11 certain Soldier Guin looked and most Emir Desilv wished she knew ,1 Soldier to whom Send card she was lining so junk about the War a Zywny had no t me to Icmat and no to it m rat help a Fittl Send Iio of these Bright to some homesick Hoy in a far away Camp my he trouble was she did not know any vol Alert since she had come to Tow c la Lustine s had been too in i of work to afford Manv chances for f t men and the Back Home a o port were nov so fur she racked her in wins Trpinc to Ali his of some one to whom to night Send one of Friendly greeting. re was or. Rva is. To of fice but she hardly knew 1dm Nell enough and Bert Holmes rom old port hut he waa engaged to another perhaps it would not do. The Only Soldier whom she could think of who old rat be pleased to hear fro i her was the Little Pratt boy at Lofie who had once been in her sunday school class. Of course he was not a Little boy any longer he must be Twenty one at least. But he would remember her she Felt sure and doubtless he would like to receive a card from tha big City. So she went in and chose the very prettiest card of All borrowed a pen from the stationer and and portions than she Nshon coated with it tie Curtis Pratt Why How you have exclaimed Justine. I did t and then with widening eyes she saw that this was not her sunday school Pupil it All. He never looked like that with such a straight nose and such very Brown eyes. He had been a blonde. Why Aren t Curtis she accused him breathlessly. It was the Soldier s turn to look sur prised. Yen i am. Begging your Pardon. I m very much indeed of urls Pratt. I remember you even if you Don t recall my face. Once when we were very Young we went to the same picnic and i fished you out of Fain Lew Don t you remember that Justine sat Down quite suddenly. Why she faltered. I remember that. I remember you too Only i d forgotten that your name was Curtis. I guess i got you mixed with Yarur younger brother the one i taught in sunday school. I thought i was writing to Benny Benny is out at Camp but he has measles just now. I m sorry if i be disappointed you. Perhaps Benny can come next there was a Flat note of Hurt in Hla voice n rather Wistful something in his eyes As he looked at her. No she exclaimed hastily. I m not at All disappointed. Glad it was and then she blushed at what she had sold. A delightful Pink Blush that went very Well with her springtime frock. So am said Curtis Pratt. They spent the afternoon together la the Park and they had supper to Gether at a quiet restaurant. More than once uni Stone Felt the envious eyes of some other girl fixed upon her the of some girl who envied her the company of so Fine looking a sol Dier just so had she herself Felt on so Many sundays past. But now now she Felt sorry for them those other for something told her that this Only the beginning of a great Many other sundays that were to come. Do you said Curtis Pratt As they walked slowly Home to her boarding House that i have never for gotten you since that Day of the picnic so Many years ago. I had to leave town soon after for school and col lege and i never caught More than glimpses of you in vacations. But i be never neither have she assented sort by. That is the never forgotten the Hoy who fished me out of the Creek. And his at least you remembered his Curtis agreed with a Little laugh. Fate did t let you forget it and i think she had a reason. May i come again next she agreed happily. And the sunday and the sunday after if you still want want to i guess by that time i la be wanting to come oftener than Sun Day. I m sure of said Justine with a con science stricken Little sigh i guess i be forgotten All about poor Benny. Give him. My Best wishes won t you Don t think he would have cared very much for a card from Bis sunday school teacher anyway. I m horrid but i m glad he never got Barcelona an Active City most Prog Cirive of All Spanish municipalities and Center of the revolutionary movement. The Rovoldt Onari movement to Spain in the City of Barcelona. The goal the revolutionists is a re Public und republics stand for Prog Ress. Of All Spanish cities Barcelona is the most progressive writes . For ten years the conservatives have been looking ask acc at this great modern shipping Aud manufacturing Center so different from their sleepy Inland strongholds und from the peas ant villages of the quiet Hills with political ideas of the last Century. Barcelona is a great world City. It is out distancing Marseilles As the commercial Queen of the Mediterranean. The spaniard has often been charged with a Lack of business and Enterprise. Barcelona is his answer. Here his factories rival those of Lancashire his shipping that of Liverpool. The great Industrial suburbs each a City in itself Are reminiscent of the outlying cities that Cluster about Manchester in the Industrial North of. England. Yet Barcelona remains characteristically Spanish. The City has taken the ugliness the bitter spirit of modern Industry and More nearly than any other Industrial Cen Ter has blended them with Beauty and latin Courtesy and Good nature. Bar Celona is Spain awakened but not Spain transformed. It is a sunny town with a Clear bracing air and a Blue sky that the smoke of a thousand chimneys never hides. It has plenty of Parks and tree shaded boulevards even its poorer quarters Lack the sordid Ness of the Anglo Saxon slum. The Flower markets the promenades the cafes Are thronged with loungers not of the Leisure classes but workmen in their Leisure time. The spaniard has Learned to work without forgetting How to Idle. And withal the crowds Are keen and Wideawake mightily interested in Public affairs and discuss ing politics with the heat that is a Birthright in the latin races. Barce Lona promises to remain at the fore front of progressive Spain. Calendar in head Good method now. That so few Are being printed. Little mental arithmetic required by system which explained Here Little rhyme to be committed to memory. Calendars for 1918 Are coins to be scarce partly on account of the paper shortage and partly because Advertis Ersmo cutting Down expenses the Large insurance companies for in stance having Niada it a Rule thut their agents will mave to print their own calendars. It used to one was flooded with calendars of sorts and shapes about the first of the year now one has to buy them. Why buy a Calendar if one can carry the whole thing in one s head there Are several ways in which one can Fig ure out the Day of the week upon which any Day of the month will fall but the majority of them require an amount of mental arithmetic that is beyond the Powers of the Man in a hurry or the woman arranging for a party. Here is a simple Calendar arranged by a memory expert. It consists of twelve words arranged As a rhyme. These twelve words Are indexes for the twelve months and they Are three to a line so As to make it easier to get at the months by taking them three at a time time flies fast men wisely say men think. Alas time s fooled away. Muskrats Are found edible Little animals sold and eaten in Many cities at Marsh according to correspondents. Newspaper correspondents advise says the Peoria journal that last fall ther appeared in the Washington Kew York and Boston markets Many barrels of plump Little animals All dressed and skinned which were sold Marsh it appears that for several weeks the Good people bought these animals cooked them according to the special directions and served them at family and party dinners As realizing that this food was really something vastly different from that of the Ordinary Rabbit. Then came the announcement that the Marsh Rabbit was nothing less than the Muskrat. All of which goes to show that even now the american people Are not averse to being fooled. In fact they like it. Bar Mim s statement holds True As it did when he displayed a Sand papered elephant As the Only sacred physician believes a genuine Rem Edy for the disease has been found. A Fatuma the wonderful rheumatism remedy sold by Fay f. Howd i and All druggists gives quicker and j More lasting Relief than other reme Dies of Ting Man i times a much i Rheuma passes the deadly Poison i Ous secretions into the bowels and kidneys from which they Are quickly i thrown off in a natural healthy Way. Read what a reputable physician l says about Rheuma i have made a most careful investigation of the for Mula employed in the manufacture of Rheuma. And i heartily recommend it As a remedy for All forms of rheumatism. I find Rheuma far in Advance of the methods pm Plovc in the treatment of rheumatism and altogether different in com position from the remedies usually m c Lions this should give any sufferer from rheumatism Confidence to try Rheu some Guod bargains in farms for f or farm Cataio Fajr Kitchen Blatchley real estate Agency Chichester s pills Ortr Mamoud w pi1u n Koa pm Keld of i Bor Fri Carpl ram f Pofi pc m text safest. At Tyl Solo by druggists share i share alike i so she wrote the letter. Dressed it. On second thought she found that she was not quite sure what the Pratt boy s first name was. Was it Curtis. Curtis Pratt had u very familiar sound she wrote the name firmly addressed it to the Long Island Camp where she had heard that the Pratt boy Jas stationed und mailed it then she forgot All about it. But two later to Iii h to her sur there came a note her from Curtis Pratt. I had a Elvod the card and was mtg my h pleased he thought it was so of her to re member him he a Hoisie much like to Huettr fran her dirt in if she. Hail Jomn n l Iii r telling som to a about herself Justine i. To Etti ii 1 its often Ali it nil is Bis Sun div sellout to h to Ith h our test and inter is sin wrote in letter i i i of epistle it was Sll 1 Sam l la ills wer to in f i r b Neswit Imi 11 live ii in. Ile it i 11 1 i 0 see her la 1 l my Neve r 1" i i she 111 1 his. Been h 1 in s _ n ii h Lre h Tii l Buriks n i 1 my r b m ill i i ill Mill 1 i Tell Lull Vav Tih h i Loni Loop in for the i boil by of i it i b Lech Tinl i ii lie r she wrote f by i Trinei Meir lne b Home from Clerch in l in he l her Bair in his Honor she disgrace Pontif for Annex t Cher no omit to treet her p Tail apr hair a Ahe iut Hir Enre in n delightful that re mingle a of Spring things and her Here Nln Gether ton Iii Ceronsky for b ten Char to Pocris exp cml a if n Blue ires that Nettie or color Justine a Fern old but looked to met sixteen when Chc Cnoc Down into the Little brr done Houtch Perlor to erect Onnald Pratt her i Pupil the Tail Soldier who Wos scented by the window rip upon her Entrance thereby revealing himself to to very tall indeed and of much broaden pro buys glasses for bulldog proud mistress discovers cold wind brings tears to pet s eyes and takes him to Oculi St. One of the newest features of the High Cost of living investigation by Federal agents has just been revealed by United states District attorney Cline of Chicago. He told the follow ing Story i dropped into an Oculi St s a couple of Days ago with a Friend who had broken his glasses. We found that gentleman immaculately Clad care fully fitting a pair of glasses on the pug nose of a bulldog with undershot jaw and Bandy legs. Well had to wait. A lady in handsome furs held the bulldog by the Chain. When the Jib was done she led it away. I Aski d the Oculi St " How do vein test the Visier of a dog s he replied i did t test it for vision. You see it was like this Inelve had her dog out motoring. Thev were Riding rather fast and the air Wax Cole " Slie that n Little drop of moisture Grlica d in Tho dog s eve. It trickled his Cheek. The lady decided that som tiling must by done. So she Broucht him to glasses Are to protect his eyes when he goes motoring " How much did she for those i asked. " Kricht dollars the Oculi St White elephant in we sometimes think that this la becoming a Marsh Rabbit the initials of these words give us the Day of the week upon which the first of the months will fall in 1918, taking them in order. T stands for tuesday the for thursday. S is for saturday and a for sunday. M and w Are for monday and wednesday respectively. It is obvious that if one knows upon what Day of the week the first Day of any month will fall one has Only to add sevens to it to discover the dates of All similar Days of the week in that month. If the 1st of August Falls on a thursday the 8th, 15th, 22d and 29th must All be thursdays now suppose Yon have committed this Little rhyme to memory and wish to know upon what Day of the week the fourth of july will fall in 1918. July is the seventh month and the seventh word in our Couplet beginning the third line is men. As m stands for monday the 1st of july must be a monday so the 4th will be a thurs Day. Let As suppose your birthday is March 23. As March is the third month the word is at the end of the first line and the initial f shows that the 1st of March will be a Friday. If the following fridays Are the 8th, 15th and 22d your birthday will be on a sat urday in 1918. Suppose it la Christmas Day Yon Are looking Forward to. December is the last of the twelve months and the initial of the last word in our Little rhyme a a which stands for sunday. Then the sundays in december Wilt be the 1st, 8th, 15th and 22d, and Christ Mas Day will be three Days after Sun Day or wednesday. Uniform makes Many men Liberty Ball Bonds. Thousands of banners and posters and nobody knows How Many circular letters and newspaper advertisements i have vied with one another in bringing to Public attention the excellent Rea i sons by everybody should own Liberty Bonds. Here is a reason which has i not been mentioned by any of the ban ners posters or advertisements observes a new York Exchange. Have you bought your Liberty asked Mccole s Friend As the i two came through the tube on a crowd 1 de subway train. Mccole replied proudly that he had done the bit of Money he had i been Able to scrape together. You he added. I figured they was Good things to have. F r instance if you got arrest eco find needed Ball you could use them and not lose the inter soy born More widely used. Ani no the Nim mus products Ali it live he in l even e Dur ing he Una i the Oil obtained from 1 i mis i la is in used for is n or Iliad "11 Fly Well us such is for for vent Ali men b it Over after the extraction of the Oil in the richest cattle f old inc Imit Tinl known soy brims have n grown extensively in Munch urine but owing to the pres int Noel future difficulty of Export from that part of Trio world its cultivation tins be a in that Quarter find Are being mite to grow to extensively in the trans annl want no vermin. No Man is allowed to enter Germany i from Russia without being thoroughly disinfected and purified. It is not Dis ease that the of runs Are guarding against but something that to them is More terrorizing Tenn therefore Friend or foe Nobleman or peasant nobody is allowed to Cross the threshold of mrs. 1 did 151 your Little Henrt heir Tlynch Siul Thev Tiro both Blunt is to be is if so. Well. I la take v Runnel to the Cut Ler s for How Sweet of Joti to ofter to do Sulci for your Mumn my Little i Riib i la trip the Uji to. Don t wrap them m i want them to hem the n nut there Vernl tank to lick me but t when to specs me coming he in go Home apparently Dull and impossible recruits quickly catch on when they Don Khaki clothes. Want to see something asked a lieutenant of a correspondent the correspondent did. Well come Over Here and watch that Beauty the lieutenant led the correspond ent Over in front of one of the Compa Nies. Watch that he said. The Man was a red faced vacant looking specimen in civilian clothes who seemed not gifted with more1 Ordinary Inzetti Genet he could not stand up Brit tight. Could not manage his hands and feet could not learn right face right about face or left face. Every time the sergeant gave u command the Beauty gave him u silly Grin and considered that he had done bib duty. So the sergeant took him to one Side. Well now to will have a lesson by ourselves. Now Vav Utah me the Serge it in Talent. For half an hour he tried to drum a Little intelligence. Into i Pupil s head but at the end of that time the Man was even More confused than before. The next Day the same sergeant said to the correspondent want to Sce Semi ething the correspondent did. The ser Geant pointed to the1 same Man. look at he said proudly. The private was standing straight his eyes were Bright his feet were obedient Noel he looked like a Man. Woncki gulped the correspondent. Did it s the uniform bless sold the Bergi unt. It makes men out of the most impossible we arc nil Little boys still Aren t mused the correspondent. I think even i could be n Soldier in a uniform. And think of owning a learning to forget Beauty boys Over there t Etters from our boys in the trenches and from the women in canteen and other War work All bring. To us the same Mes us news from Home. World news is All right but our boys want news of this town. They want the Home newspaper. Publishers Are prevented from sending their papers free to anyone even boys in the service. Consequently a National movement has been started by col. William Boyce Thompson of new York who is acting As president of the Home paper service of America to give the boys what they Are calling for. Every Community is joining the movement let us that our boys Are not forgotten. Send to the publisher of this newspaper whatever amount of Money you cents or we will publish a list each week of those contributing and the amounts contributed. Every cent received will be used to Send this paper to our boys at the front. If at the end of the War there is any surplus it will be turned Over to the local red Cross committee. There is no profit in this to the even in Normal times subscriptions Are not sold at a profit. With War prices prevailing and the High rate of postage on papers sent to France our Cost will scarcely be covered by our full subscription Price. Remember that Over in France some Brave Soldier or Sailor from this even some splendid woman working within sound of the depending on you to keep the Home love they Are calling to you from Over there give. What you can Queen Alexandra ii learning slowly but surely that extreme Beauty can fade although the Charm of personality can Challenge the attack of time. Fai Ivy 11 Musl live been the Queen Mother s costume that brought this idea most surely before me. She was wearing a Mantle or cloak made of Home material in Shade of iridescent Blue spangles with a close frilling of Jack lace All round the Edge. Her hat or Bonnet was of the usual Royal shape and built of jetted stuff to match her cloak with a Small White Augrette standing erect in front. Under Ordinary circumstances one would regard this quaint nineteenth Century toilet of the Queen Mother s As a characteristic conventionality but somehow on this sunny afternoon it represented to me a sacrifice to the in state agricultural notes. Increases in the acreage of Buck wheat made m gift of the sixty counties of the state this ear the yield of Oats in even counts in the state is above the average and Home record production Marks Are expected. Grasshoppers Are reported As doing much damage in certain sections of tha state increased interest in the raisins of belgian hares and other a belts is noted throughout the state Mam Farmers Are planning to feet cattle for Market during the Ormas Winter tractor demonstrations in Mana counties have offered the Farmers opportunities to inspect Man of the known makes of la Tor Savin a farm engines. Khz timotes on the reas de acre Asre in buckwheat show a my per cent increase in the state Lancaster count ha1 a per cent increase in buckwheat Delaware lift per rent Mercer twp nov per cent and Butler fifteen per cent Verv few counties show scouts Send Tho reports to the Forest service where the information is compiled and then i forwarded to the War department the government itself is not Burins the Walnut but sends out the info i mation to manufacturers working on i government contracts stomach dead Man still lives people who suffer from sour Stom Ach fermentation of food distress after eating and incl vestion. And seek relist in Lama hunks of artificial do Are killing their stomachs by inaction just As As tha victim of morphine is deadening and injuring Beroud repair every Nervo in his Hod Tho stomach of even sufferer from indigestion needs is a Good prescription that will build up his Stom a h. Put bar Eiith. Energy and Elas Tirita into it and make it enough to digest a to part meal with out artificial and thai be to prescription for indigestion Ever written Soli by druggists Evora Vii Herp and he fax f How i and is Igich guaranteed to build up the stomach Anil euro indigestion or Moni v bin k this in Ripton is named Mio a and i sold in Small Tablet form in Largo for Only a few cents. Remember Tho name Mio a Stom Ach tablet1 never fail save sugar children smokeless powder. The of smokeless pow Der. Its virtue of no h Elva in Soi Are two fold it does not b smoke Cloud that Beer tvs the loan ton of the gun or gunners and it the Simc time the behind the gun not confused for a second by a poll of smoke that obscures the Range of vision in the direction of enemy. Difficult lesion for woman asserts in Flash writer m describing the aged Queen Alexandra. Thorf no Morf difficult lesson for n Woi tinn to b Minn the it of incr Nonit Bow to Forcht that she hns Hien Beniti fun writes b Clever Iii Lish won Fin one not croon i saw Alci in clan driving slowly in her open motor Throupe 1h" frantes it he Csc i Erk Cor Ner Tor the time it occurred to inc in it this in Rev Lovely a upon is now in old Wolfin neiring fourscore jeers of Naff i Arlin is she and forgotten to full cart. Is her usual custom or per the of the any had fatigued her. But at ony rate there was a touch of theody in the thought that a Penny acre Means a Bun Over of aeon news paper
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