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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania8 another week of was summary of the news since out last Issue monday s news. With Tho violence of operations on the Western front in France considerably diminished in intensity the turks in Palestine and the bulgar ians and their allies in Macedonia Are being put to Tho test. But no where thus have they been Able to Nold Back or even to counteract the onslaughts of their foes. In Palestine the turks seemingly Are in Tho process of being crushed in Macedonia the entente forces Are driving Sharp wedges for considerable distances into the enemy fronts in France and Flanders where there has been any fighting rising in importance above Matrol encounters the British. Fritch and american troops have kept the upper hand and advanced their respective lines. Of transcendent interest for the moment at least Are the operations of the British general Allenby s Torres in Palestine. Here in less than four the British have swept Forward in the Center Between the River Jordan and taken Nazareth while their wings closed around in a Swift enveloping movement and nip Ped within the maw of the great Piti All the ottoman forces in the the French and South of St. Quentin to Cambrai. Njoto the French general Debeney Ami Field marshal Haig have won Rignly essential ground in the Man reuvers which have As their objective Tho obliteration of the Hindenburg line the capture of St. Quentin and the turning of the German line at St. Quentin the their line to the men who have fa., wednesday september 25, 1918. Arnot Breaks record. Head a South of French advanced West Bank of the Oise canal Over a front of three Miles and now com Pletl outflank St. Quentin on the South and la Fere on the North meanwhile Field marshal Haig North of St. Quentin around the Village of Ephy has taken Strong positions from tha enemy. In Eastern Siberia the japanese have captured Cap ital of the province of amur and also the town of Alexi Evask two thousand Austro Oerman troops surrendered sept. 23. National prohibition effective next july 1. For Tho period of the War was approved to night by the House which adopted. 171 to 34. Tho Senate prohibition amendment to the Emer gency agricultural appropriation Bill. Tha measure now will be sent to con Ference for adjustment of differences Between the two houses on appropriation items the agitator j county s. 8. Sales. Postmaster t. V. Tormey w. Arnot time to time. We Hope to get the name and address of every Tioga county Man enlisted. You can help us if you will take the trouble to w j Usu i Arnot and Vicinity total sales to which is Only less than their quota. This brings Arnot nearest to its e k our former county to Auu a right to be a seven years old moved with his Par proud of record Recor Enta to Galeton and lived at Home the Marl who a sixteenth birthday he enlisted As a t me Sam is rooting for Vou if von private in the coast artillery. At can t sell first he was sent to fort Slocum. Set go to the first to equal or beat is buy them get g woman s shop coastal sector the Plain of Sharon the Hill Region in the Center and along the Western Jordan Valley. Meanwhile to the Northeast the Why the teacher training drive. Making the world Safe for de win the Warr win the these Are Preat slogans but we need not deceive ourselves from there was transferred to fort Totten and then was made a corpor he enlisted May 6, from to fort of the Al. Upper Lambi Creek notes. Inc in. Ii eau not Levelvet o Friendly Arab forces of the King of to accomplish these Aims win the he Jas have Cut All Ramraj communication in front of the fleeing turks and Are standing a Carrier to their escape b of the Eastern Plains. More than is.000 turks have been made prisoner by the British and guns in of 120 had been count when the last reports Era were received in addition great quantities of War stores Tad been captured and still other had not Bee counted owing to the rapidity the movement. It is probable that within the bag the strings of which have been drawn taut closing the Mouth thousands of turks Are enmeshed. Manv of those already made prisoners fleeing in disorder literally walked into the Sands of the British not knowing their line of Retreat had Cut off. Although the turks at some Points offered foil Merable a est stench to Tho and the utmost sacrifice in blood treasure. Adequate supplies in foot and ammunition together with efficient strategy Aro necessary the moral resources of the allies Are equally vital time and again we have heard from our leaders that neither Side will be overcome until the mor the sunday school s task is to build up the nation s moral resources. Intellectually to assent to the need for such an Agency actually we give relatively Little time to making it efficient. The sunday school is desperately needed in the present to keep thei boys and girls pure and Strong in every country at War. Juvenile crime has increased alarmingly since Tho beginning of tha conflict. Home guards have no More important work to do. If they will accept the respond Lii i tha War is won. The liberties of the world will be in the hands of the coming generation that generation is now being trained. If the world is to be made Chris Tian the Church school of religion must achieve a Success almost undreamed of in the past. To do this trained officers and teachers Are not optional but necessary. Until the protestant Church actually prepares these workers we deceive ourselves with Blind optimism and delay civilization by our negligence. This War of the most but in the face of this situation the Fitas taif Advance even on the famous Field of across which the British cavalry swept and occupied Nazareth to the North. In Macedonia the italian Hare joined the fray with Tho British French serbian and greek troops and Are hard after the bulgarians and their allies who Are being driven northward through Southern Serbia. Between the Verna and Vardar Riv ers although the bulgarians and germans Are sending up reinforce ments the Allied troops have continued their pressure. The serbians of the Vardar River have crossed the a Riplie Ishtie Road at Kavar Dar which constitutes an Advance of Moro than Miles into their once youngest corporals in Uncle Sam s service. He is a grand Nephew of Ernest Scheider. Of Wellsboro. Elbert f. Mosher of Wellsboro second lleut., enlisted aug. 25 1917, went to France in june 1918, appointed regimental Gas officer in a gust 1918. Edward Bryden who has been in training at Charlotte n. C., has just won his commission As second lieu tenant. Lambs Creek locals. Robert Connor of near Troy and miss Burr daughter of Elmer g. Burr of Troy Bradford county formerly mrs. U. S. Day was called to Elmira several Days last week by the serious illness of her Wheeler mrs. Hotchkiss who recently re turned from the Arnot Ogden hos Pital is improving very slowly Many people from this place at tended the Mansfield fair. Or. And mrs. Floyd Goodwin and children spent sunday at the Home of Charles Copley. Mrs. Fred Wilkinson has returned from the Arnot Ogden Hospital in Elmira. Where she underwent an operation a Short time ago. Mrs. Wilson Day is serious la in i recently. To congratulations and Good wishes mrs. Porter Sherwood and mrs. I Anna m. Day attended the funeral of mrs. Clark Sherwood at Mansfield last Friday. T _ j. Luu Jtj mrs. U. S. Day. Of crooked Creek a few Davs at Loute 1, has been spending a few Days in Elmira. Mrs. George Peck and James a Vres and mrs. Will Barnes Are ill. David Roche spent sunday at the Nome of Ivan Carpenter. Mrs. Addie Blanchard is the fall showing of new goods is now Complete c dubious pubs of the famous Annis make hold an in. Portent place m this display. There Are scarfs and muffs of every wanted variety i of in sets the wolves and tace the Lead. Then there Are Brown and Grey Fox Seal Pouf Floun Mink China Lynx opossum coneys Etc. And one thing to remember is the fact that these furs were bought several Advance of the season thus avoid no the recent Price Advance. In fact the prices of these Are Little if any higher than those of recent years. Coats and suits rapidly. We Tell you confidently that you can Bushel crate. For Sale. Berkshire pigs for Sale. Woman wanted. For rooms for rent. Usu e live Stock wanted carpets rugs Etc. Piano and stove for Sale Tow. Boy wanted. Wilkinson. Or. And mrs. Alonzo Otoi and sister in Law. Mrs. Fred Horton gently. Ear.1. And Vera Shaw it miss risks diag a s Couch covers in great variety. Beauf territory to the East Williamsport who have been guests of mrs. Sweet and mrs. Bryants Mother mrs. Mary e. Moore have returned Home. James Ayres is ill. Stuart v. Kelly and family of Elmira. And1 Hugh c. Kelly of Endicott a. I. Have been visiting their parents. Or. And mrs. W. H. Kelly. Or. And Little daughter. Margaret have been visiting in Corning and Elmira. S and Louise death of mrs. Anna Black. Mrs. Anna p. Black aged 72 years widow of the late John Black of lib erty township died sept. 13th after a two weeks illness although had been in failing health for several years. The deceased was a very de Vout Christian woman. She is sur Vived by seven sons and one Daugh Willard of Seattle Wash. Rob Bungalow Rug special Ter have taken positions while Between the c Erna and the Vardar the French also have met with successes. On the French front the British North of the Scarpe River advanced their line on a two mile front while East of Ephy lying Between Cambrai and St. Quentin and at several other Points on this sector in Strong fight ing Thev captured German positions. On that part of the front held by the French there was Little cent b the opposing artillery at times was heavy. On the Lorraine front the Ameri mrs. Rose n. Smith Watkins is very ill at the Home of her Mother mrs. Timothy Smith on Pickle Hill mrs. L. Lamb and son. Law i Stawney Corning and Wayne Lamb and ily of Elmira have been visiting the former s father Wilson Day of mans Field route 3. Miss Bessie h. Kelly agent and operator at Tioga Junction is in a Wellsboro on business. Mrs. Frances Lamb has returned Ert Arthur. Lillian Fred de Eddie and Martin All residents of Liberty township also by the Fol lowing Brothers and Sisters mrs Etta Blackwell. Of Lloyd r. L. Wil Filson of Finkelstein Mack Penn a. I a Teuk. Let me paint your car and mad Nils it tin. Cus Hornc Ala Altos Smith Phie. Siut is t " i lust Street. 0. Schieffelin Bell for Sale. House and lot for Sale. My a reasonable and lot is off red for Viilu at planing Mill for Sale cows for Sale. Ayrshire Bull calves of these War Days has made us neglect Keeneyville the institution which always appears mrs. Wilson Dav of Mansfield so promising even when neglected Jwa Sneid every Church this year is either los ing in enrolment Tor else succeeding by Desner Atn of fort 6 desperate Effort. The teacher training drive Aims to unite All the forces of protestant ism a an Effort to dynamite the Church out of its complacency Over religious training and to stimulate everywhere a firm resolve and actual plans to train the leadership needed Tor effective work. It will not take Money out of any Church nor direct route 3. Is very ill. Or. And mrs. P. J. Griffin Are entertaining company from Rochester and Buffalo. Mrs. Georgo Peck of Mansfield route 3, is quite ill mrs. Reuben Warters who has been very sick with pneumonia is improving. A. W. Kear and family and Mies ice Lamb of Keeneyville. Visited recently. F in of Wellsboro. A c and mrs Mina Vii to our Riuo front the in duct a have carried out two successful 1 no Money into it but i when read this raids against the germans and taken needed-0 the Church what is i to wire a True Story. Prisoners. In addition casual ties were inflicted on the enemy. Several guns also were captured. Yesterday s news. Competent Niles Valley news. A Good Many from this place at tended the Mansfield fair. Keith Jackson the Little son of Henry Jackson died thursday sept 19. After an illness of four weeks aged three years and six funeral services were held sunday at 1 o clock at the Home Rev or Gwyn of burial in the Keeneyville cemetery the Little child of Chas. Hakes was taken to tha Blossburg Hospital last week. There will be a night Cap social Friday evening sept. 27, for the Benefit of the minister at the red mens Hall. All come and brine our night Caps. Notice of desertion. Whereas or wife Dora Johns has left my bed and Board without just cause or pro Catlon i hereby forbid any person to Harbor her or solve her credit on my a Liat i shall pay no debts contracted by i i a Joseph Johns. 1 sept. J farm for Sale. J near the Lundqvist Ana Anna s mines 38 under cultivation. Two dwell water piped to barn and several Ien Honses one i extra Large and other outbuilding s one Apple Orchard one Lars re Orchard. Order Quick tax notice. Taxes of Koivu Flor air varieties. Fans be7fv Patch strawberries and raspberries school Hong Bare a 1, bos Wellsboro . Estate of Etta m. Merritt. Letters testamentary on tie last nil and a. Ate of i a tips to Hie it Villi v i n to e. Cluwe Nelson a. R. D., notice is it Rev Elveu for Sale. It former v a Kler Home. Id rooms. A close to -1 is front windows tar r 0ilblltbuilt 0 years Large lot e Terent a tvs or m a Nin 3 7 new Auto Flor Robes Al in , i a Hiiri Phr Wood by ils and Oung people who m i _ disaster has overtaken the Teu soon be the teachers and officers tonic allies in All Fields. I of Tho Church. Tha Young men have in Palestine the turks Are All hut i Pone to the front and Are now get absolutely crushed in Macedonia. 1 training in other Fields but the the entente forces Are carrying their j women Are Here together with Loes and threatening them with Sim a few promising Young men a apr to Ilar disaster in France the and French troops slowly but surely Are eating their into the vitals of the German defensive1 positions the collapse of which would result in important changes All along the West Ern Battlo front and in Eastern is Over to a base Hospital in France she was from Osceola a. When the wounded were brought in during the july fighting she began to unwrap a Roll of dressings and. Looking at the address said to her patient in t that strange of All these portable Mill for Sale livestock wanted. I buy Dairy cows beef and to Cash basis. Of ,1sv will Cash basis. Tuc Best in s work Aua loft Sivu s Sunn at rices i w Navle Valu treet Street on on Harnes fail or sept. 18 for Sale. House and lot 4 acres barn All Douglass Fairbanks auditorium to night stray notice. Choo May be by leadership training course Oena Tho japanese have made Addi As the regular lesson to classes which tonal strides Forward in the process i already organized or by of reclaiming that territory for the i a new select class. Both methods russians have proved successful though the in All Heaters of War Tho in former offers fewer difficulties than Tente allies have the initiative in the latter. Their hands and Arr pressing their i secondly the drive Aims to secure advantage rigorously. Tho germans a monthly workers conference in Ana their allies Are Able to every sunday school meeting at least do More than stand on the defensive ten months out of Tho year and in Palestine and Macedonia their Otner objectives Are a old week efforts in this proved training class in every sunday sorry school for workers already in service North of Jerusalem to a Fommon Ltd training school of re the sea of Galilee in the territory tedious education for every common lying Between the River Jordan Anil j it where practicable and desired the Mediterranean sea Tho ottoman a definite Effort to secure a wider forces Havo been caught by Tho Swift us of the Best current literature and drive of British general Allenby g upon the subject of religious armies and virtually annihilated education. Added to the heavy casualties suffer our churches have never vet in and de by the turks hordes of them were Way tried to stir the nation As made prisoner and Manv More Are to the importance of trained teachers bewildered without Lead of religion. If to prot at it each one alone our voices will be drowned in the multitude of Chr intr cries for help United Wal ran arouse Chrls up in an a shake Little girl i am from Clear fled myself an j want the rapper on that package to Send Home to my wife As a souvenir of this Little visit red Cross clippings four head Holstein Heifer calves left sept. Il-2t farm for Sale. In Delmar. A lion 183 tarps. One mile off tin Mac Rovid. Fine build lines rm., or it. Runnin Fine woodlot Nati a in i Okiw nil Burn a desirable ind vhf acts it Hilll a bar Boink Seffi and a ers. In the Hills eventual to be brought in to swell Tho great total. At last accounts than 25 000 a. Of the Sultan s soldiers and 260 guns Tian Popio to sop and feel the eff pc w8r stores Tiye teeing of the Christian Roll Ion t to add to the of the i to Affine the workers in this file let we stir kiss morale Allied aviators Are toward carding out successful bombing raids or Levine the ideals which pm Eric against constantinople. Holds dear. America Over a front of eighty Miles in i every runday school in Ticon Southern Serbia from monaster to county to have a teacher train Lake Dolman the entente troops Aro timorous by Assa Flins Tho Bulla plans class for its own eff clench and to front line Madlne on and germans already in the Swift Ttorp Sod in Stintin a Pav her train drive in the renter a Preat pushed by the serbians across tha i Kalb or Lapp Road severing communications Between the bulgar Ian Nrma North Cost of Mona self and that in the Lako Doiran Region unofficial reports Are to the of that the hot to taken both pin prisoners and 120 Puna in the Region Between Mon Aitor and Vardar the troops Aro in full Retreat Bosforo Tbs Tali Ftp Prynch and serbians wept of tha a Rutish nip stood la him Meroni the per Jbv Forward dry Lair a Nev northward toward Tho bal front apr Alp Fedr that in trip a lips from Dornn to a Point of Vardar Hnyp sex a coated. This Force of the no Rev. With the Railroad r Inist a my j m i t

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