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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - March 07, 1918, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaPage 1 j i f t t Rel the Tyrone Herald t j 4 v the of Pennsylvania Avenue Herald Street Tyrone Penna by Tyrone Herald company a incorporated Claude Jones few tent Edito t c Smith general manage m a Jones Secretary 8 alone treasure subscription oneyear by 1 six months by mail75 4 i advertising rates quotations for advertising will be furnished upon application address All communications to the company United subscribers changing their addresses should notify the Herald office promptly giving old and new addresses Tyrone a March 7 1918 1 mrs John Johnston of West tent Street has returned Home from the Hospital and is getting along nicely her operation mrs Bert Ellenberger has returned Home from the Altoona Hospital where Ehe was successfully operated on a speedy recovery to full health is the wish of her Many friends Corporal Allen Guyer of the twentieth company fifth battalion depot brigade Camp Leet Petersburg Ara is spending a few Days with his Many friends in Tyrone j a member of the sanitary squad no 2 Camp Upton Long Island is a guest at the Home of mrs Longs parents or and mrs w Mccormick on Logan Avenue Walter largest left today for har Risburg where he has secured an excellent position with the Steelton Iron company or liar gent is a machinist and will work on War munitions at the Steelton works or and mrs w h Mclanahan arrived Home on monday evening from a pleasant i sojourn in Florida Hattie Miller of Lincoln ave nue is visiting at the Home of or and mrs William Rhodes of new lib erty Clearfield county mrs of Meckling Ami mrs e k slip Ley of Mckeesport spent the Voe end with mrs Mec Klings Mother mrs Emma Gracey who has been ill at the Home of or and mrs l c Struble on West fourteenth Street lock Haven to celebrate from lock have express the next thing in order following organization of the social welfare league fur the improvement of the moral mental physical and sanitary in this City will he a big demonstration on july 4th next to celebrate lock havens almost Corn plete recovery from the effects of the flood at which the firemen from Phila Tyrone Bellefonte re Riovo Mill Hall and pumpers from other places who have worked Here so Faith fully since the flood will be the Honor guests of the City this was the substance of a suggestion made after the meeting of Council monday night by mayor cup per and other City officials to chair Inan c Johson and members Oft Lic citizens Relief committee who hear tily acquiesced in the idea in fact Ghai Maii Job spa and other members of the Relief committee agreed to the further suggestion that after the completion of the Relief work that the com Mittee be continued As u fourth of july Celebration committee and the Wjk seh8e1it Igor writes from France the following communication wus received this morning from sergeant major Charles l Campbell somewhere in France february 13 dear Friend How Are red Cross Mil Likely to 89 heavier Tui i i wis things Back there where in France we arc Here some but All right Side up with care we have teen Here Foi sometime now but up to the present time 1 have been so Busy that i have Een unable to write somehow some thing would turn up just at the time i Ivas All ready to write i have gradually worked Niy Way up and at present hold the highest Jou commissioned office in this Organ of sergeant major it want any cinch by a Long shot in fact the army any Way you take it is 10 cinch but 1 have missed t All for anything the game has Een Worth the Candle we have been moving All Over the country Ami have had some time we Lave gotten so proficient in that line hat i am often afraid i will move into he next department in my sleep some Light Harris Dickson in writing f or col hers sure hit it right when he said trance stood ready to like us they to treat us americans Fine they ure have had a lot to Bear and it is ugh time Uncle Sani was getting in and doing his bit you pass very few Roinen that Arent wearing Black Vineria will never Laikow unless she experiences the same thing just How France has suffered we were in England a Short while before we crossed the Channel and Liere they treated us the same Way they know what we Are Here for and re glad several other squadrons came in esterday and a fellow hunted me up is name is Smith i had never Nown him before but both being from he same old town we had quite a lot i common ill have to quit now and write lore sometime again give Iny Best o All the Brothers and write me and it me know what is going on some me when you get time fraternally ours Charles l Campbell address me Serg major Charles Campbell s03rd Aero repair squad on american expeditionary forces a new York City members All suggestion rave their assent to this some fug machine the attraction in the fifth Ward on tuesday was the Large steam shovel brought Here by theg a Fuller com Pany navigating under its own Power from the freight station to the contract site As an automobile it was not a monster slowly creep ing along it was exciting rat least the populace thought so All the horses it met threw epileptic fits at the sight of the Longaro monster the Only beasts not affected were John footers Vohen they saw something at last that actually moved slower Thau their a Tural gait and Banks Bill at the Ware Bouse asserts that they shed a tear or two in Chagrin at the sight of their inferior in locomotion b with fresh tomatoes cauliflower pineapples and cucumbers for Sale on feed for dry cows As the Dairy cow is one of the hard t worked farm animals she should e dried off from six weeks to two months previous to freshening during which time her ration should consist of Light laxative feeds that rest and Cool the digestive tract records Shew conclusively that increased year a mistaken impression seems t a re gotten out that there has been t relaxation in the matter of ked Cros women work the demand for Sei vice is As great a Ever and growing constantly the last Ullyott Merit to to Roo was not Cuile As heavy As som former ones but that merely mean that the next allotment will probably Coine sooner and the statement a made in error by the publicity Bureau that this was due to Luck of material which it is said is ample along Inos lines i every woman who will is wanted in such departments of the work As Shi can devote time to the Friday even ing sessions of the surgical dressing department will be renewed next Fri Day evening and on monday and Fri Day evenings thereafter As usual present at the municipal building on monday Ivere As follows afternoon Gar Piper Albright Bui Ley Henry Steele Hamer defender for Meily Beyer Tyson study Hicks and Davis evening dressings mesdames Vogt Nicholson Stewart Logan Heinly Bullen and elder and the misses Burkholder Stewart fort Ney Downes Edith Fisher and Bryc Fisher Alfreda and Marjorie Johnston Miller Coulter Ray Elizabeth and Helen Goheen Webb Jones Calder Wood Hesser and Bigley the publicity Bureau again desires o Call attention to the importance of the civilian Relief the red Cros stands out from time immemorial a he Agency that aids those in distress or suffering monuments of memory Are All Over the world of the merciful service of those who wore the badge of red we must Comfort every heart in Tyrone which is freighted with anxiety Over a loved one out in the Battle zone or going there and it would be hard to think Ofa Man in Tyrone in whose heart True sympathy Well stronger than in that of will Barr the chairman of the Bureau of civilian Relief let us hold ourselves subject to his or Ders for this splendid work for Good purpose lifting of ban against meatless meal and pork less saturday Philadelphia March savings of wheat for the allies willbe one of the Foremost advantages of the food administrations lifting of the ban against the daily meatless meal and pork less saturday in the opinion of Howard Heinz food administrator for Pennsylvania the ruling also will have the effect of further impressing the american Public with the urgent need for sending wheat flour to the Allied nations at War some folks May get the idea that to a production result from such management a Good ration to feed Dur ing the dry period is As follows Twenty to Twentyfive pounds com silage legume Hay and Agrain mix Ture of three parts ground oals two wheat bran Ono part Oil meal Cora is too heating and Timothy and cottonseed meal should be avoided because they Are too const Pating immediately before parturition the Grain ration should be changed gradually to a mixture consisting of two parts wheat bran and one part Oil meal As this mixture is somewhat More Laxa Tive than the one previously Given if such a scheme of feeding is carried out there will be Little trouble in parturition and the cow will be in Condi Tion to yield a maximum Quantity of milk says Charles Gummings of the Dairy husbandry department of the Pennsylvania state College enjoy the Early morning hour the Man who rises late is under the impression that the Days Are longer now because it does not Darken so Early in the evening but the Man rises Earl is certain that the Days Are longer for at a m now it is Light and the fellow who gets out on the Street before 7 a m is sure to see some wonderful conceptions of Art As painted by nature on the East in horizon where the reflected Pris Matic colors assume various shades relaxing of the Bah against the f meatless meal and pork less sat urday is an indication that our savings of meat have been unnecessary Noth ing could be further from the truth in fact ill we had not saved the tons of meat that behave shipped abroad it is possible that the Allied soldiers would be underfed perhaps the principal reason for the relaxation is the Abs Euse of ships to carry the meat abroad though an other hardly less important Isth need for saving and shipping bread stuffs wheat must be sent abroad in mediately1 and the administrations de sire for increased wheat conservation is More of a necessity than Ever be fore substitutes for wheat flour Are now More available and of them is being taught in All communities in abandoning the daily meatless meal and pork less saturday the food administration knows that there will be a noticeable increase in the con sumption of meat and our Supply meet the demand for the but with increased meat consumption bread eating and that is exactly what we Hope and look for let every person in the state Bear in mind always that wheat will Ibe will Pikali fas vein in Federal prison Smicer Williamy Casey has returned from Camp Lee where he escorted Friday night the two religious Cranks Earl Ross Whitaker and Milton Bliss Gardner who have Given the Tyrone draft Board so Niu Chatrou ble and extra work and deserted when called for for mobilization Camp of Lacer Casey was very much disgusted with his trip the prison ers not Only gave him All the trouble that is possible for two of their Type to give but also kept the passengers Oil the train awake with their wild shouts songs and prayers when they arrive Dat Caine Lee the com manding officer asked officer Casey for his report which was promptly made the commander asked if the prisoners had behaved like men or had they Given him any trouble the officer related their actions in route when asked by the commander if they were willing to now join the National army they shouted no he then asked if they would join the reserves to which they answered they would Lave nothing to do with the govern sent nor its agents thoroughly Dis usted redirected that they be sent w the guard House in a later conver Satio with the commander officer Casey avas informed that in the belief of that officer the prisoners would Iraq something like ten years at hard Abor in a Federal prison the Date for heir court martial has not been set jut it is a Safe bet that they will have male time to reflect on their outrage 2ous conduct the government does lot hand out rewards of 50 for the apprehension of deserters and put up Vith the unnecessary work and annoy Ince without demanding a reckoning rom the instigator Buffet lunch and smoker on March 15 by chamber of Commerce still another method of getting to Ether has been devised by the ways and Means Council of the Tyrone Maniber of Commerce it has been he aim of the Council to have each be of these affairs a Little different n the occasion of the next one it is oped to make informality the key ote and to have that pleasant mixing be with another Means so much towards better acquaintance out f which grows a perfect Understahl g and cooperation among men the lunch will be Buffet and will be prepared by the members of the tie is civic club i their usual Dainty and acceptable manner f r Stev is the agricultural expert of the Tate chamber of Commerce of Peun Ylva Nwafor a number of years in Barge of the r agricultural develop ment department of the be Leigh rail cad and a graduate of Cornell Toni Hersity will be the speaker of the eve Ninga probably along lines of to tons of the Tonto the Countryside this is the first get together held acc the return to Tyrone of j k for Spring of 1918 Are annoy Imp i the fallowing Public sales for posters have been printed at this of lace thursday March 7hgy j Black at Calvery cemetery farm pleas ant Valley Road near 22nd Street Lane at Sharp line draft horses teams and singly 23 cattle 18 of which Aregood Milch cows farm implements machinery wagons sleds harness milk machinery Gas engine and numerous other c Waite auctioneer saturday March g w Solip Gan on the Clara Bell farm near pipe us Croft at 1 Oclock horses Milch cows Fine shoats wagons sleds buggy Sleigh All kinds of farm implements and machinery harness auctioneer Ohnston superintendent of the to one division of the Pennsylvania rail cad an the Opportunity Willbo util t to extend the hand of lie arty Wel ome and congratulation to him As he guest of the evening As this will be the last mooting be Oro ithe cud of the orc Valyear the Oarl of directors has arranged to hold he annual election of the nominating committee a that time this Coni it tee selects Thea Iames of eight Eirini ers of the organization and presents n to the meeting from Inch four directors Are selected to be the places of those whose terms Pire this year there is also a Ancy due to resignation which will be lied at the annual election it is hoped that Many of the friends oni the outlying sections will be pres Iton this occasion As the to Given prominence will begone in Inch both City an country Are deep interested requested o bring a Friend with them the tick j ets will be sold by members of the ways and Means Council at Rolft cents each the time is eight Oclock on one of the deciding factors in the Strug Friday evening March 15th and the Gle across the seas if we in Isth banquet Hall of the Junior Safe from harm Are unwilling to Sacri fraternity building free a few crusts of bread a Day we and exquisite combinations and a no right to Call ourselves Macri upon which puts Good and pure cans some curious sights it is extremely interesting if one is thoughts in the head to Start the or Heinz stated that the new regu near the Railroad these Days to look will be effective for an indetin1 Over the lading of the open top cars Duys work How Many Are aware j that the on hour Daylight saving period the local stallion saturday the belief Juja almost certain to be adopted legally that Winter has passed is materially a Jay the nation this year the Bill has increasing and the thoughts for local gardening activity Are uppermost surprised his friends i As they pass by of course Coal is the majority lading but even Many cars Al Fiat Mineral look goo to a horse Sale monday March 18 at 1 Oclock p m Bya c and f e Grazier at Hunt passed the House and comes up in the very unexpectedly James Castrinos Householder who observed a Chatless Senate at Washington next in tronc on tuesday evening by but on other president Wilson favors it so he will Etc spend a with his Mother cars Many and various Are he Arti endorse it if ratified the scheme and Many friends before and much munition products Are that on March 31st this across the Pond shells projectiles clocks will be pushed Back okie saturday March Orr Davis 3 Miles North of Spruce Creek on Road leading to warriors Mark at 1 p m horses cows Young cattle Brood sow farm machinery harness and numerous other Waite auctioneer tuesday March w Gar land on the James Mcquead farm in sinking Valley at 10 a m horses cows heifers Young cattle shoats Brood sows Shropshire ewes and a Ine ram farm machinery implements wagons buggies Etc lot harness i household goods c Waite thursday March o j ten Nis on what is known As the Charles Pagan farm in sinking Valley at 10al a 51 head of live Stock consisting of horses Milch cows Young cattle and hogs also a full line of farming implements machinery some House Lold goods c Waite auction of Eer Friday March e b Isetts executors and Joseph m Johnson on he Kellar farm Midway Between Pruce Creek and water Street at 10 i in pair of mule weighing 3200 8 zilch cows Holstein Bull 14 Young attle farm machinery wagons need Corn Clover Timothy and algal Fri May c Waite auctioneer monday March a few Grazier on farm at Huntingdon Nace at one p m 14 head of horses line Stock Good weights and right Ages Berkshire boar Swiss Bull 2 Deering c Waite Eer tuesday March c h states on the w l Hicks farm at Spruce Creek club House at 10 a m horses Colts cows Young cattle sheep and hugs farming implements c Waite auctioneer John at Levin sinking valley4miles from Tyrone 2 Miles from trolley line at pin horses Colts cows Young cattle sheep hogs farm machinery implements wagons salads harness c Waite auctioneer i thursday March h l Orr National Bank on the Robert Henderson farm recently owned by c 0confer Miles West of warriors Market 1030 Arm horses Milch bulls calves hogs farm machinery wagons sleds Corn and Oats harness of All kinds c Waite auctioneer thursday March John a Bowman or the w e Bell farm in pleasant Valley 12 Miles South of East Altoona at Cue 15 head of live Stock consisting of horses and a zilch cows also a full line of Farni implements wagons sleds buggy harness Overhart auction Eer saturday March f s leu Luan 1 12 Miles South of warriors Mark at 10 a m horses Colts Milch cows Guernsey Bull heifers hogs chickens farm machinery wagons harness Cream separator stoves household goods seed Corn seed Oats eed potatoes c Waite auctioneer tuesday March Las cd if ii icon the William Geu Simer farm on Eden Hill 5 Miles East of Tyrone at 10 a m six horses 19 head of cattle 12 hogs chickens harness wagons implements Etc Eer under us government supervision whether in War or in s business the right ally is a big Aid to Success the Farmers and Mer chants National Bank has proved to be the right financial ally for thousands of Tyrone and Blair county people we will be glad to talk things Over with you at any time g c Waite auction fortunes Are lost and Many in wrecked every year by unsafe unwise inv 11 ments no Man should risk losing the Savin pea lifetime Wii but consulting his banker i j Best place to invest is right Here at Home where y can watch your investment and when invest Here even look before you we shall cheerfully and free of charge you our opinion on any investment you figure making maybe we can save you a loss make our Bank your Bank j it we pay 3 per ser j annually Tyrone a a wednesday March l r Barto 1 12 Miles East of Marengo and 1 12 Miles West of Pennsylvania Furnace at m Good horses Spring opening Little different from former fairs of met heretofore and the folks want to shake hands event dont pass anything Over the when they Are doing it Tradii if there is anything that merchants he Only thing n the world it detest it is being constantly accused sll0t of he inking about a thins but the prof Tho Man who rung its of course that is As far from 1g there to to Togo who s Milch cows Bull Heifer calves pigs chickens farm machinery plows wag the truth Asi Egypt is from Panama 1 but it is often said and thought by Tyrone merchants ways try to please and Satis thai carelessly 1atrons merchant Taf Ulia Iii Quito Lin Nannc Wurr Harir lil irl he Tler hold goods g Goheen Pioneer when the plans were being Laid by the Tel Ako Par n Eveaj is an evidence of Friendship 8 of neighbors the Feell j lot Commerce for the Spring Cerebra the first English lutheran the suggestion was made to Call a very Storc keeper was Pari Scip in Aid to make Host i it in Awakening Aid to make tiling across the Pond Jimmie applied visible shells projectiles a Morof Tyrone has raised More than its apr feature a Stead tra ahls Welcome loot Norae ii Ourand received a Transfer from the 103rdiplaieguns Etc a Large gun win por Loument of on the u1c in Diurca Usu u and nearby b warm our own hearts and ind Rona ii this in until october g0frginoers Camp Hancock to the 35thuie Tyrone Yard the other evening and sailors welfare fund the con1 Furnace four Miles from War he and ret states engineers regular and a train Load of guns for Field artil1gregation has if people come m town and dont please those who live Omone riots Mark four Miles from Spruce j this detachment was ordered cry want Down the main line the oth4aml perhaps the three Hundred Dollar buy a cents Worth they will to More Well As those who pay us a i Creek and eleven Miles from Tyrone i quantic coast port for of Usuka or Flay and the latest one is ppe Nimark willb6 reached before the can than Welcome wed like to show them if you Haven notified Tho 14 head of horses 13 of which Arne Jiwon and the Tyrone lad was a top gondolas with improvised roofs Vass is closed from the reports concur magnificent municipal building toe that you arc in on this o Between the Ages of three and six we Are sorry to know that Frederick hours leave of absence he was overt them with padlocks thereon i ing from All Over the country it looks and through our incomparable y m Onoe or Call up he Secretary years also registered Berkshire is confined to his Homo with heartily welcomed by Tho goo sized which some one in authority says Jonas if the Mark will be Morenc a and to have them Shako hands name can go on the list of tin Swiss Bull and two scoring binders Thrun Nilise this ii any crowd at Tho Assembly at the Junior Tom aeroplane parts when you Haw than reichrd by Tho Church in this with those of us they know and get arc Coop rating in this Lio Spita ill4dl2w2 friends wish him a speedy recovery building tuesday evening nothing else to do look them Over country acquainted with Tho one they Haven vibration

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