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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - March 07, 1918, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaLute child Rbt he by Syndicate miss Prue said oracular Tott hear my Racket Sompon is wind Over to Cenich to a Grasshopper t come you to be so Shore Allan demanded settling her More firmly against ump Side miss Prue half shut Jim devout Church member of could not her arms advanced a Large foot and Itell with the oracular intone to Tell in main yell go Struwin All up and Bresh Creek neighbourhood and me the name o Talkin scandal widow smiled broadly miss As known already for the head it of All of e lurid sort suit herself she Tell hit or keep yer whet i know and you know i want to hear things half l an you want to Tell pm was fact rudely stated miss magnanimously ignored it i youre a sensible person she Raa Lely must Hove by scr take counsel this illness is too much for one Lone i Ter wrestle w Many other ones have be done ready the widow interrupted looked Down i jest sorter things to Nan Winkfield and she began the old a up both hands shaken with Aughter be had better wrote he county paper she said but 3er at to choosing Nan and front rest Tell youve told the neighbourhood not leaven you t but come in on me in the Middle the Young Man was Skong the Maklon out e Hung on adm run my Domin pullets miss Prue protested seen heard so i jest Tell rest beaten the Bushes Fer Good Ake what is the rest the demanded miss Prue Drew a Reath of i but snowed the full of hit would be Wuth Heap of Money five Hun an awed voice go to Send a missionary clean to Yott Fig woman who came a the red car bugged him throughout the most of her visits and hot him always with streaming surely looked too Young to be his Mother yet he called her my Mam my and they were very much alike Roy liked the men who came and went with the tall one with grading hair whom Mammy dressed of big injun big injun a Way that made you mind in of yourself Johnny the other Man showed that even plainer than boy himself Asfor Maimy All of them appeared to think the Earth ought to turn around for her lightest whim she being roys Bon slave his kingship followed inevitably with her As first loves messenger copyright Mit Western Matt Burns stepped from a Wood land path past the Edge of a a Latte Bush subject and Anne his nurse for prime Prue was expounding i didst know folks Saint git uck in the late fall id think Bead was etched the widow led j Prue looked at her loftily be make Light of hit All you r she said but that the re Here look at the Handbill you find one like hit in your Box read gasping sure i there was a Hun Ollars for information leading to iture of counterfeiters double or capture actual followed de men n girl hardly Chan a child an elderly person dark skinned a Small boy Al i baby All pictured in the usual 7 fashion of dodgers Over the s shoulders miss Prue glared at the alleged portraits them at Bartons Shore she said Nger on the dark woman with a in her arms Manthy told it of her own Mouth they was of Board a boy child and hits ill after Christmas now i ask hat would honest folks be Doin a child to the country Sech a the year t that aint Nothen town folks t so silly they dont Sprise me tier what they do the widow need youre Hatchin a mares out of nothing As usual Pru your parents ought to named talk so wild you aint heard half miss lid Magister ally two of the and the Gal Are at Bartons every an go in a on the Edge of dusk else mighty Moraln and this makes up the Hull 9 you Shore did he look like Etc tires the widow demanded much As anybody else miss answered tossing her head but int All i Edge by he actually 1 me one o his bad 7 to buy a pullets and said he haunt no minister while miss her beliefs to the widow Mammy sat Roy and smiling woe be lonely at big injun he had just said make much of today daughter it wont be Safe to come again Christmas try As we May to Blind our Trail that detective hound Heugle has picked it up never mind How i know it so be Brave girl and say Goodby to the Little Man for a while i Shant be easy in my mind until we have him across the big water Mammy hugged so hard she Hurt the tender Little body Koy began to whim per there came a rap at the door mrs Barton opened it cautiously but seeing a slouching figure with a hat pulled Low Over the eyes and a Creel of saucy pullets upon one Arm said severely dont you know enough to go round Back air them the chickens miss Jones said shed Leurame have for answer the Man dropped the Creel darted past her into the big South room where the strangers were grabbed the whimpering child lifted him High on his shoulder saying hoarsely to Mammy i cant take you forcibly May no matter How much i want but i will have our child Mammy crumpled in a sobbing Heap big injun got sprang at the newcomer but was pulled Back by the other Man crying remember the child i say that Why dont be remember him All of be nurse Anne cried darting to the Side of the intruder aint he got no rights the Angel rights to father Mother Home i Tell be master to big injun unwinding by theres been packs and stacks of lies As i found never you mind How roys Pappy was lied to same As his by two that had thar own game to you know How hard that Pascal girl tried to get or i Haughton tangled in her and her Cousin Peter wanted miss May and her Fortune jest As bad when i found out thar i wrote or Haugh that How he comes Here now not for Hia own Sake nor miss guarded Covert and deposited the greensward h Basket fluted he chuckled and grinned with evident self satisfaction then his eyes rested with a Quick tender Light upon a boy is faced invalid looking Man Many years his Junior who sat with his Back to a tree dozing beside the latter was a pad of Blank paper and a Pencil and alongside of was a folded Sheet both Matt and his Friend or rather charge of his were tattered to raiment and a soldering Wood fire some Handy utensils made the whole presentment tray alike suggestiveness poor fellow Soliloquy sized Matt at the rhymes again i suppose a i Luck he added a Lith a kind of hilarious cheer to his tomes for the other had suddenly awakened Erick Doane glanced Lingerin Gly at the Basket and then inquisitively at the face of the other treat evenly called Imo temely Fantl Fml Oiw Erre her inter it Eler were sparkling m the Meta new great Joy intoned her rally the lifted a folded Sheet stand Gyp was a faithful Jer or loss later she said the lines Are Beautiful lines repeated vaguely the poem you Why i and there Netta floundered rather confusedly she told of Gyp bringing her the poem and i declare Rossiter relieved her embarrassment by saying after he had read the lines miss he added in a Low intense tone those Are just my sentiments at that critical moment Nettas Mother came into the room and the avowal trembling on his eager lips and the expectant blushing face so near to his own lost its Force still Wal Dron Rossiter left the Rose clustered cottage that night feeling that he was closer to Netta than Ever before he assayed to Trace the origin of the poem next Day taking Gyp with Bim Rossiter went Over the route of the Day previous when the animal neared the hideout of the tramps he parted towards it Erick Doane was seated under a Shady tree writing was suggestive to Rossiter he approached and engaged Brick in conversation soon he knew that he was v jul l1iv i you sold the poem he questioned Frie poet whose effusion had paved the there big enough to know better but i wont stand it no Hoy ask me after he says his prayers Why dont god Send me Back my daddy1 nurse Anne stopped Short Swallow ing hard through the hush they heard Roy cooing his hands locked tight in the strangers hair my daddy my daddy i love my daddy May Young Haughton said Low and entreating by she lifted her eyes her arms with a Quick Spring she was beside him held against his heaving heart close to her boy so the sheriff found them when answering miss Prues summons he descended upon the Homestead explanations Fol were no malefactors Only actors in a Domestic drama that had verged on tragedy but was ending happily As All dreams should the Handbill turned out to have been a practical joke played on miss perhaps by some one who had suffered from her inquisitions it was fifteen years old at least and mention of a woman and child had perhaps incited the joker to fit it to the folks at Bartons Fate which is called Chance had done the rest and miss Prue took a lot of credit for the Happy her chickens really served Haughton As a card of entry formation of the from the beginning of our history the tendency has been toward territorial expansion in the formation of new states of the 13 original states seven contained less than to oof Square Miles As Vermont 9564 new Hampshire 9341 Massachusetts 8 266 new Jersey 8224 Connecticut 4965 Delaware 2370 Rhode Island 1248 new York contains Only 48 264 Square Miles the Middle Western states were considered of great when formed Ohio 41045 Square Miles Indiana 36384 Illinois eagerly i did and no trouble at All Oswald Ewing just exactly grabbed it and Eay ordered another one for a big Sale Treyve got on for saturday i got two dollars and were fitted out with viands for three Days i happened to mention about you and our fix and the head of the firm got quite interested and said hed double the Price if you made the poem funny one now int that Fine cried Erick his wan face aglow with pleasure cheap too cheap declared Matt wagging his head a aplenty Why if were fixed so you were comfortable and easy in your mind you could turn out regular High up Magazine stuff or get out a Book and All that and make a Fortune in a year that a dream Matt said sorrowfully you overestimate a dear old fellow that you Are i can Jingle together a few simple rhymes but real poetry takes Genius and in a Long Way from having that is that so voc iterated Matt storm Ity i know better what did we do at the last town where you wrote a dedication poem on a new City Hall they were putting up five dollars from the orator of the occasion and the Little towline rhymes you got up for a party of some Young folks ten cents apiece and forty of them say Albert Tennyson would have doted on you and lord Byron would have made you his close pal Brick smiled indulgently and then the two fell to discussing the edibles the Basket contained they were tramps homeless friendless but one was a poetic a Way and the other had a great purpose in View and they to happiness then Matt appeared Waldron Ros Siter was gentle hearted and sym a m ii every citizen Soldier i on duty at his Home everyone must help if we Are 4 to win the Soldier must obey orders or there will be no army the people must be one or there will be no nation so that we win All of us must follow directions this is your War guide for use in your Home it tells you what foods we must save to provision ourselves j and our allies it tells How we can stretch our supplies so everyone will have without any Hurt to your health or your strength your government does not ask j you to give up three Square meals a even one All it asks is that you eat less of the foods we need to keep the armies going and eat All you want of the other things that we j have in plenty eat up your strength and your vim to help win the War you have dedicated to the nation everything that you have you Are asked now to give some Hab its of the Kitchen and table America and her allies must not run out of wheat meat or fats if we let that happen Germany will win the War we must save sugar use every drop of milk must learn to follow directions the test of time is the proof of strength the Blair county National Bank capital and surplus gives ambulance to italian government keeps men contented canteen service of red Cross has Good influence soldiers Are Given the Home touches and Little attentions that Mother understands i took youve got the dead to rights the widow said ing in her eagerness Over the Ling drama s Prue sniffed i didst do no ool thing she said once is for me i aint forgot that time i in a bad Dollar sos to sell a had the Bank Man it Back at me marked coun t i told that thar Man i haunt might come again Fer a lets i dont believe he will do if he 11 what the widow asked As Prues lips closed like a steel of said that Only Ive got a Telephone and Teri la office has done promised ready to come running when i c Barton House clean rambling of portable had an absolute Roon by name Roy Beers he was five old Golden As to hair Blu eyed y and dimpled As a cupid Tow 665 Michigan 57980 Wisconsin 56 006 but they Are Small compared with the far Western states of California 158297 Square Miles Montana 146 997 Arizona 118956 Nevada 110 690 and Colorado 103948 Texas with her 265896 Square Miles would almost make six states As Large As new York service Flag for grief service flags Are displayed All Over the big City and it appears to be the patriotic thing for Large corporations to outdo each other in showing the largest number of employees engaged in the War game there Are four corporations in new York with a vague sort of Community interest each of which though entirely Independent insists on placing on us service Flag a Star for every employee of the four corporations now in service but a Saloon keeper has the Star service ban Ner it hangs before his Saloon and he has patriotically placed upon it a Star for every Oue of bit cutt Oinen gone to the front were by no Means of the Ordinary Drift of hoboes Matt Burns True professional had picked up Erick Doane who was the poorly paid clerk of a cheap lodging House the latter was frail sickly unable to do a mans work and a physician had told him that he could not live Long unless he located permanently in a warm climate big hearted Matt took a fancy to the Young fellow he grew proud of his poetic efforts he experienced a certain satisfaction in becoming the Patron of n Man of Genius Ive adopted you Erick he said one Day in going to get you to Flor Ida before the cold sets in and bunk Down in some snug spot there and you shall develop your literary abilities while i work the roads see and now they were carrying out the pro Gram whats the new screed Erick inquired Matt As he noticed the folded1 Sheet lying on the grass of that is a set of rhymes of the love sort answered Erick casually i never was in love but that the kind of stuff i would write if i were Send it to some Magazine Erick suggested Matt and maybe youll catch on but Erick smiled dubiously for he knew that he was simply a rhymes Ter and not a poet and when next he sought to show his love verses to Matt later on the wind had blown them away or something else was responsible for their mysterious disappear Ance this was responsible a dog a smart Little Fox terrier trained by its indulgent master to carry Small packages in its Teeth unnoticed by either of the tramps Little Gyp had scurried across the grass picked up the folded Sheet and holding it daintily scampered Back to the aide of its strolling master Avn Dron Hosster noticed that his canine favorite was carrying a scrap of paper in his Mouth but that was not uncommon and he bestowed Only Cas Ual attention upon the circumstance he was thinking of Netta Brice and a certain Trace of self consciousness was apparent in stride and manner is he passed the House where the beloved lived Rossiter was of a shy re tiring nature and he simply lifted his hut to Netta Brice on the porch and both were tattered thetic he was full of Good feeling towards the Twain for had not the poem brought Netta nearer to him see Here friends he spoke i am mightily interested in your plans and i want to help you on your Way i have a Bungalow on the Indian River Down in Florida vacant most of the Washington service As provided by the american red Cross for our soldiers in France is one of the j most potent influences for keeping the men contented and in the right Frame of mind to smash the germans says j mrs Jean Hull who is in this country on two months leave a canteen is a Long Shack where the soldiers Are served Coffee Sand Wiches and More substantial food As Well As sweets Here a Soldier May get his clothes mended May have them cleaned after the filth of the trenches and if he is homesick May pour out his heart to one of the Amer ican women in charge i in other words the canteen furnishes that Homelike Touli which Means so much to a Man three or four thousand Miles from his family and friends mothers with boys in France or in training to go to France will be made Happy in knowing that such care is Given to their sons by the red Cross the american women who have volunteered to run the canteens Are among the nations most cultivated women they Are enduring conditions which Are in marked contrast with the surroundings of their own Homes lots of times an american Soldier come into the said mrs year what say you to going there fare paid and becoming caretakers till i want to use it then we can make some permanent arrangements you dont mean it Boss spoke up the delighted Matt honest tears of gratitude in his eyes while Erick voiced his appreciation of the kind offer with sincere emotion Rossiter that evening again called upon Netta i have found the poet he gayly indeed murmured Netta yes and Rossiter recited All the circumstances of the Case the Young poet says he has a great wish continued Rossiter which is to write out his congratulations for my wedding Netta and he Drew nearer to her dare i Hope that it May be our wedding and Erick Doane Happy and Well in his new Southern nest of Comfort received the order for the poem a few a months later a spell of the blues he has been out in the mud is tired and hungry and most of All wants sympathy when he sees us women cheer fully washing in a mud puddle sleep ing in cold rooms and working Long hours on a stretch he gets ashamed of his feelings and braces up they Are mighty glad to see a woman from Home and find our Reading room music and chatter most alluring we have to run them out at times they Are so eager to stay even after regular hours German eyes put out Ebay to increase acreage not Only can we greatly increase our acreage of useful food crops by such impressive and expensive methods As draining swamps and irrigating deserts and the homely one of blowing up Pas Tures and Brush patches but the experts have also been faithfully telling us such unpalatable but now hopeful and promising truths As that our acre age yield of any of the great Staples wheat Oats Barley potatoes is barely half that of the average yield of any of the countries of Western Europe so that we have plenty of room to grow and improve this inferior yield from our match less american soil is due partly to less labor applied per hot partly to less fertilizer Here our experts come for Ward with another even More encouraging statement and that is that there is now in the Light of modern agricultural science practically no such thing As a poor soil or As an exhausted soil George h Thompson of Philipsburg who is quite Well known a Tyrone has been chosen for Oversea service by the Bureau of personnel of the inter National War work Council of the y m c a for the last ten years he had been the devoted District superintendent of the childrens Home society of Pennsylvania he has had considerable experience in y m c a work and therefore is not a stranger to his new responsibilities misses Grace Stone and Bertha Thomas of Johnstown Are visiting friends and relatives in town this week the Young ladies have been serving Uncle Sam for the past six a months and have been transferred after a Short vacation they will leave for Philadelphia to take their new positions on the Street car line on tuesday evening mrs Frank Jmiller of eighteenth Street very pleas Antly entertained mrs Hawrys class of Columbia Avenue methodist Sun Day school games music and refresh ments were enjoyed 205 was lifted for the class on monday evening March 11 the y m c a team that was seen in action against the Al Toosia All stars Jwill appear again against the Strong of Juniata College team those who mis teed the game monday evening failed to Bee one of the Best of the season see the y team in action monday even ing beginning at or and mrs f Del Baggio Oil Twenty first Street Are rejoiced and the recipients of Many congratulations for this morning at Oclock an eight Pound boy arrived at their Home to make it his abiding place the Young Man is As Lusty a youngster As Ever came to the seventh Ward and As emperor of the household will he so respected miss Minnie Tri Nihle a daughter sergeant and mrs James Trimble of the fourth Ward is visiting her parents in Tyrone miss Tri Nihle who is Nero a big St Bernard dog the Otha graduate of the Tyrone High school or night saved for his owner Falls a responsible position As clerk stenographer for the Estley Wil real estate company at Blue Field West Virginia she was a com y her Nephew Mas Emmanuel de Guynes due de a Hulnes a grandson of Theodore p shonts at the wheel of the ambulance presented to the italian govern ment by the new York friends of capt Pierre Tezzi of the italian army dog Routs bandits saves a woman life and protects mrs Eugenia Graf by fighting off four bandits who held up her Saloon in pm Cago mrs Graf had the Money to Cash checks for stockyards employees she was Ina room Back of the bar counter Gibson ing out Money for a Check when the bandits entered each of the men car ried a revolver one covered the two bartenders and several customers the barroom a second robber ran be Hind the bar and opened the Cash Reg ister mrs Graf saw the bandits coming in time to slam the door and turn the key she gathered up her Money and fled through a Back door the robbers ired two shots through the door and kicked it in just As mrs Graf vanished from the room the Ruen sprang after her and Nero attacked them the robbers fired four shots at the dog but he drove them Buck into the barroom and ran behind the bar to at tack the Man at the Cash Register the Bandit leaped Over the bar and ran Fol Lowed by his companions passed on not so Gyp miss Netta Hod fed him too Many dainties to be forgotten the animal darted in through the Gate Way the love poem at net tas feet received a chocolate from a Box at her Side and then rejoined master not consistent meat for me i never eat anything that costs the life of a living creature drop that potato youre eating dont you know that the production of potatoes costs the lives of millions of poor potato transcript the old Mill at Puteaux in the Somme sector reinforced and used by the germans As an observation Post the Mill was taken by the French after a Handt hand struggle hard to get Over Road Memphis travel la not confined to those who Speed across the country in trains de luxe and up pullmans hobos and other species of migratory humanity com that it is becoming increasing difficult to get Over the Road because of special agents employed by the rail to guard against t w w leaders chosen William Ermine and Robert Evertts to Lead Host on Friday when the volunteers leave for the coast artillery at Columbus not All at once Farmer forty eight years old wife of forty four have 16 children Peter Anderson n Fanner of and Barracks Ohio and the medical department fort Oglethorpe Georgia they will be led by two Well known Tyrone lads William Murray Ermine and Robert a Everetts who have thorough military potatoes for the Sheridan troop the fact that this Honor has been placed with these Young men stand ready Tor congratulations know that both will take care the command placed in their charge it is certainly kind the government that restriction have been placed on they Well o laughing for everyone of the Force leaving Friday would be in the guard House for sixty Days for when Captain Everetts gels started every i 3 township of Bygland in Polk county 0ne loses that homesick feeling and ail Minn owns a 7passenger Auto thoughts of the blues he has a Dis which even when loaded to Normal Ca Rostion like a big Ray of Sunshine and antics w0uld make a cow laugh parity Only carries about on third of his family another seven passenger car and a fou seater Are needed by him if no one is to be left at Home Anderson is the father of 16 living children the youngest a daughter arrived last week and has been Chris having passes Over the Middle Divis ened Marie there have been 18 child int Points at port Royal Etc Eastern Market eggs cheap Tyrone folks who Are fortunate in Dren in All but two Are dead the old est a son was Twenty one on june so last there Are no twins or triplets la the family the Mother was forty four years old on january 25 1918 the father is forty eight years old Anderson has 237 acres of land Worth 100 in acre and can do nil his farming without help from outside of family Circle on tuesday where they purchased eggs at 35 cents a dozen Newton Wilson the huckster sold eggs in Tyrone today at 45 cents a dozen pin Sawe carbonized

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