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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - March 07, 1918, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaN i j Mitt Tao Divi Sloo is Atter Tiki Oft Anoe convention secured for Tyrone by the chamber Commerce during the meeting of the chamber of Coia Myrce of the executive committee of the Pennsylvania state Grange patrons of husbandry i who Eldan executive session to to Board has received Raie thursday visited the head Quad clusters of the chamber in the municipal n signal corps at building and accepted formally the in to hold their a Catt annual con the engineers corps Ventin in Tyrone this Marks the consummation of a Effort which has been in Progress for the last sixty Days to secure this splendid body of people and is a remarkable Honor and Opportunity for the Borough among other important business transacted by the chamber at the Reg ular Board meeting yesterday was the endorsement of the proposal o the league for National Unity to support Barracks known As is leaves open to Regis or can pass the phys department med training amp at Canp Charlotte Spruce production do Section signal corps Wash the latter was As having draft Board news do Eurith m to Tardif for the Simce of tie men called 1or examination thursday but Twenty were accepted 1or service two made appeals to the medical advisory Board one was rejected one was referred to the medical advisory Board and live jailed to appear those accepted Are Donald it during lie past wee but tie movement for the election of a Case the Tyrone men to this place to and perhaps another Hunch Warrill Victory Congress atthe elec 1918 to support the movement for reduction of insurance rates to of next week the slate recommend that the of the provision to furnish tourist civic Burea especially relating to the Ajoc transportation from Altoona improvement of approaches to athletic the government is Park so far As possible be taken up 3n anxious to secure Young i the medical department where need is urgent who so desire May be in announcer dirt was made of the Spring Awakening and Welcome to town and out town neighbors by the merchants on March 21 22 and 23 the service of the United there will be a Buffet lunch and i smoker on March 15th in Cna Geof the aies Lior assignment to any part cuu Smith Bald Eagle Avenue Tyrone John n Fetter Juniata William f Banz Altoona William 11 Locke Bell Wood Alval Gearhart Lake out Edward Walker Juniata Benjamin which leaves uncollected taxes of the school butt Hoik session Hui Toul Art by Sims Millers Misti used the March meeting the school directors washed tic the High school a eluding last evening with president Crawford in the chair and directors Smith Shine Fleck Piper and him Iii Lewright Secretary Vanscoyoc and superintendent Kaker present the tax collector reported a total of m 975 collected during february Mccracken Juniata Adam Schomer Altoona Charles m Delozier 1917 duplicate of treasurers report was read with Sylvester w Riley Altoona Tii Wardle general Lund in the Iolob Wing con Blair Otto Altoona Myrl p j3aance february 1st e Juniata Henry h Harti air Xua j received during february loan from lev s Burkhart Altoona Allan state appropriation Alwine Altoona Roy e for too John ii Holder a rung Don William m Ermine Snyder township for tuition 2757s miscellaneous 788jor a total credit of Frank h Miller Tyrone re were to the amount of s41197 leaving a balance March 1st of Everetts Tyrone h Hopkins Riata referred to medical advisory Board Ralph j Stevens Juniata sinking fund balances Are As Fol 1 270107 no 3 4 22507g it was directed that or department Straits ordinarily Sei Leaf fort Oglethorpe but under they May select their articular corps or department Ley should communicate with the de f n in tent governors Island n y Ting their age order no serial nun i1 address of their local Board Edu tonal advantages and any special appealed to medical advisory Board secret by communicate with Sny ways and Means Council at which the Sulney c Boneli Tyrone a ed1der Towel slip directors and urge them 4 n Wii f in pull f a to j1 j Ward e Zerbe Juniata of those examined yesterday bob1 principal speaker will be f r Stevens agriculturist of the state chamber of Commerce at this meeting the elec Tion of a nominating committee to nominate directors for the annual elec Leaf fort Oglethorpe Georgia some to remit in full for the tuition of their i pupils attending the High school As Everts elected to enter the medical their account with the Tyrone District is in arrears corps and will he sent to Camp green1 the action of the finance commit Tion will also occur the sanitation and housing commit tee reported that the usual sanitary Survey and Spring cleanup would be Alif cations which they May possess 1 undertaken the t3flucational Corn work in the medical department Mittee reported it was carrying Eli As pharmacist clerk Cook me egg and Grain grades standards for grades of eggs Corn heat Oats and Straw have been adopt v by the Bureau of markets of the i Sylvania department of Agricula re and will shortly be Issue Din bul form tie Bureau of markets in its efforts help the Farmers to Market their run products Are also compelled to ure the purchaser and consumer of laity of goods and the grades have adopted in order that sales can transacted upon the Standard As set rth by the Bureau the rating of eggs is particular Terest to every Home in the state annoy Lama fancy or no 1 Grade is must Beno Fertile Ani not Over or Days old they must be clean stained uniform in size shape and Lor firm and Strong must he proximately 2 inches Long and tout 710 inches at the widest i leter and weigh from 24 to 28 Punk to the dozen the eggs of this Ade must be strictly fresh the ilk of a fish egg should be round stand broken the Lumen next to the Yolk should be ily like in appearance but the out be layer of the albumen should be Aery old eggs May by the Flat appearance of the Yolk d by the uniform watery appearance the albumen Pennsylvania Choice Grade eggs at meet the requirements in fresh s and be no Fertile but there Are requirement regarding size weight Lor or uniformity Corn is divided into three grades for Low Eluee for White and four for fixed Corn red Winter Whent has etgra3ings and hard Winter wheat e same number Spring wheat has or grades and White Spring wheat e while Sev Al other classifications dots and have also been divided into grades cording Quality Forward the americanization work and would attempt to interest the Young people of the Community to a greater degree in civic work a suggestion to work out plans to assist the Rural residents with workers including part time in emergencies was referred to the committee on agriculture it was announced that the women civic club had appointed their Lyls commit tee for cooperation with the general civic committee of the Chai Abor of Commerce the Secretary Rapp Tad constant Aid being Given in every Way to the various forms of War Aid i time during the latter Parton next week William m Ermine who has been working in the electrical dept of the West Virginia pulp and paper company Here signed up for the Spruce production division Vancouver Washington As did also Donald r Smith of Tyrone Frank it Miller re Tyrone Lee in borrowing was approved by the Board or shirk reported Sev Era minor of attention still hopim6 bit git Tot Mike 6as Roffi Hope Tyrone is still without Gas and the Tyrone Gas and water company still awaits the arrival of the Gas Coal Nec Essary to manufacture its product As noted the other Day a car of Coal con signed Here by the Westmoreland Coal company on february 18 though hav ing of july 107 Miles to trave has not yet arrived at Tyrone under Date of february 28 the West Moreland Coal the Tyrone Gas Aud water company As Fol lows As requested by your phone conver Salon oif today we have directed the mines to ship you another car immediately and have a hurried Forward also Todo every Liing they possibly can with the Railroad company to hurry for Ward the car shipped you february is we Are still tracing the car with the Railroad who just advise they have no record of it East of Invin our ship Ping Point this does not mean that it has not moved because the Railroad records Are two to three Days behind j the protest of the local company to the United states fuel administration seems also to have been disregarded yesterday the Tyrone Gas and water company telegraphed As follows 10 the fuel administration Headquarters at Washington what action has been taken on our special delivery communication of Twenty fourth inst Plant shut Down since that Date eighty Rve Lindred off Tom gouger tie Weed cutters Given Hearty Farewell a Largo crowd of people Assen blod at the Tyrone station on Friday evening to bid Farewell and wish the lads a godspeed on their journey across the country to Vancouver Washington the men Aud their friends assembled at the p r r y m c a at 830 headed by several members of the pub lie safety committee and members of the boy scouts drum corps the March was taken to the station where at845 the boys amid cheers started on their Long journey in this detach Niento Friday evening were the follow ing Young men George w Estep Bellwood Omer s Heberling Tyrone Charles a Mckee Tyrone Edward s Kustaborder Bellwood James f Kelly Juniata Francis h Hagg Tyrone Hamer h Lewis Tyrone Harry w Sager Tyrone Joseph f Carney Juniata a j Buechele Altoona Thomas b Dougherty Bellwood Everett p Isenberg Tyrone Earl Daugherty Tyrone Charles m Mcglinsey Tyrone Roy m Ehrisman Tyrone Lester e Snyder Tyrone Paul h Ribblet East Juniata Boum suspicions Gernatis to Sta on Friday at Park school and they were author1 people suffering for attention As he had been directed the Secre tary reported writing to the local Board of health calling their Atten Tion to the no enforcement of Quad Williamf Bezik of Altoona Clair j an Tine regulations that children in Henry Sheu of Bellwood George houses placarded play about the Mclntyre Juniata Philips g Apple j streets but Are not allowed to come to of Altoona and William Edward Grey school an requesting that some a of Bellwood thus the draft Board Tion be taken no reply has been re has a Start of eight men already of received to this communication also next weeks consignment to the West Secretary reported having written to miss Davis the comity probation of i Fleer reciting to her the details of the their jewelled anniversary Thomas a Prideaux of Ebensburg Case of moral leprosy existing with and Yanniel o Malin of Baltimore in the Borough and requesting advice have been recent recipients of Silver slut to Date miss Davis los not replied jewels from their masonic Lodge Tyi soveral insurance policies that lapse Rone Lodge no 494 f and am corn1 soon were ported and the general Mem rating the fiftieth anniversary of subject of coinsurance was discussed there has been no reply to this urgent Telegram nor to the letter to which it refers a pleasant affair under guard Whitaker and Gardner arrested on Friday word was received in Tyrone on Friday that Whitaker and Gardner the two draft deserters were arrested near Eldorado during the morning hours and that they were taken to Camp Leej Petersburg Virginia Whit j after and Gardner refused to appear he Ilei Rich Busch and Bruno Muel Ler the Etwo Stalwart German aliens arrested1 Iii Tyrone just a week ago under the most suspicious Ireum were taken away on Friday afternoon it will be remembered that Heinrich and Bruno jacked their jobs with the Harbison Walker com Pany rather suddenly at Powelton last saturday afternoon Aud left the works without gathering in the Scheckels that wore coming to them disregard ing the warning of the superintendent of the works they purchased tickets for Ijo Boken n y the superintend ent who has the right spirit immediately telephoned chief of police j wands who with Railroad officers j Giles and Wertz acted As a reception i committee at the Tyrone station and upon their arrival they were placed under arrest with them were two austrians and a Polander the latter j three being released after a thorough examination Heinrich and Bruno Given the third degree by chief wands and during the sweating and Cross examination Many conflict ing statements were made the men were held and the United states authorities notified on Friday Deputy Jated states marshal c f beatly arrived in Tyrone Aud in five minutes after his appearance at the municipal building the prisoners were made Young mens club hold a delightful draft Board when ordered last claiming that he could not and would not serve two Mas ters both claimed exemption on religious grounds today they Are in Camp Lee where they will be trained for the United states Armor Assembly on thursday evening the Young mens club of Tyrone was the pleas ant Host to at least one Hundred la Dies and gentlemen at a delightful As Sembly held in the Junior fraternity building a number of the Young men appeared in full dress Ana the gowns worn by the ladies were Beautiful the popular dance music was produced by miss Emma Vogts five in memorial recently the colonel d m Jones Post no 172 g a r adopted the following tribute and Resolution in piece orchestra and was timely and Honor of one of their beloved comrades thoroughly enjoyed Many guests Iati John Keefer who passed into Farmers own Many cars their membership i that body nearly Twenty per cent of the Auto mobiles licensed in Pennsylvania last year were owned by the Farmers Ristics showing that 58766 automobiles were possessed by the tillers of the soil the report just announced by the Bureau of statistics of the Pennsyl Vani department of agriculture shows that 27 per cent of the Farmers each especially was it directed1 that More present from Huntingdon larger life jewel is of solid Silver and is mounted in a handsome silk lined Case the one presented to or Prideaux bears this engraved inscription Thomas a Prideaux feb 18 Isis by Tyrone Lodge no 494 f a m Tyrone a commemorating the 50th anniversary of his membership in the fraternity made a Mason sept 26 insurance be placed on the Park school and that the coinsurance plan be adopted for future insurance a special committee of messes Himmel Wright shirk and the Secretary was appointed to consider the Ady Sibilly of insuring All the school property in de the Roins Virance plan the resignation of miss Anna m Over the state Clearfield Johnstown and other Points gathering homeward one by one is particularly True of our comrades us the thinning ranks in our Post Bear record of the fact each memorial Day finds fresh Mounds in our Ceme teries demanding our Garland of love looks like real business things around the government con tract across from the paper Mill look More business like every Day piles of lumber Are accumulating Machin ready for a Hasty departure the mar Shal stated that they would be taken to Pittsburgh for a hearing after which they would enjoy the climate at Atlanta Georgia firemen Home from lock have the citizens fire engine and Engi neers w d Snyder and Jesse Walker firemen Bob Miller Paul and Thos Ermine returned Home late Friday by ening from lock Haven where they had been pumping water during the past week although a Good Many Tyrone people thought that this engine was out of commission it was the Only Steamer in lock Haven that did not have to shut Down for repairs starting at last saturday after noon until time to Load up for coming Home this engine was in Continua lop ration with the exception of closing Down to clean the fire tubes or move to different locations the men noticed a number of Oil stoves bearing Tyrone tags in various Homes and a whole families were de upon these stoves for Means of keeping warm and cooking the Don ors can realize How much depended upon each sent there the above mentioned firemen wish Ness and pleasure purposes on almost every third farm of the state okie year ago there were 30700 Automo Biles Ownell by the Farmers act the year before about 20000 this shows the wonderful inroads which motor Hake supervisor of household received after she on the presented to or Malin Jery including a hoisting engine and a Large Concrete mixer Are on the ground i workmen an esteem Comrade Keefer was a Good Soldier and an honorable citizen to publicly to milk the of the j Irvin House the opera House restauro Lant postmaster Borines general Are Parham entail action i an animated activity 0 resolve that our Sehauer be drap for the period of thirty clays that a copy of these resolutions be the latter was one of the Pioneer Emre posed table ploys of the Pennsylvania Railroad i Supei intendant Raker reported As who heretofore company at Tyrone but he has been a thr6e applicants for Tofiel Bank sent to the family of our deceased com have supported tie he wll0ra we tender warmest outside May trans apathy resident of Baltimore for Many years in their Piazza to tie paper mil1 rial j or Prideaux who is Hale and Hearty High school made vacant by the Tanto and something to watch All j n 4 n run in n s i 1 j 1 i Flat v into v at the age of is a Veteran of the the f draft of presents the the Purchase of motor cars during 1917 there were issued by theg Tate Highway department 306001 licenses for pneumatic tired motor cars and Farmers possessed almost Twenty per cent of these the Farmer has not been lacking in his appreciation of motor trucks for they also have come into prominence on the farms the statistics showing 4435 in use As compared with 2100 a year ago in this class Over Twenty three per cent of the 19152 trucks licensed in the state were owned by the Farmers in a number of counties thirty five per cent of the Farmers own Automo the j chairman Jobson and chairman Ner As Well As the people in lock Haven in general for their untiring efforts in making them As comfortable As possible while in that City almost All the ice been removed from the streets with the exception of water Street the water is out of the cellars in the business Section and tenant in the one Hundred and third position was lost by vote of 3 to 2 buildings at the army Cantonment it Pennsylvania infantry Regina Hal the highs Hool possesses no Regp Vas decreed that the High school con ment in Lar in my of j Benton i i r Mcclintock William Hicks committee i most of the Loomes but it vill take a i month or More to clean up the City of Lular instructor in mathematics no struck five of these tables some income tax Douglass Fairbanks pays in cold Cash i Over a million dollars intakes will i mud and rubbish a Good preservative the Genera use of soft Coal in Many leads is Sec j action was any successor for several cases of no vaccination of fined for netting miss Hake pupils was reported and it was deem1 four Milesburg men arrested by stale j superintendent police for illegal fishing of Library Charles h Jodon Charles e pm enja sat Logan and Adams school the application of miss Hazel Burkholder j leads the list his of Tjosas to the Pennsylvania department Raker explained themed Best to instruct every teacher to be paid by a few of the Star during the present Winter Hooks by the Schoij see that All pupils Are vaccinate the i picture players at los Angeles Calpas brought several interesting quies Reber and Jolius Tubinas j selection of the books for each Grade were arrested at by the first Grade the interest police monday night charged with Tiliti Ikezi i general by the pupils and the they were nets Legal fishing with using dip Creek and with having Possession charged fact that the Money was earned bythe for a permanent position certificate i income tax and excess profit tax to was Tai Tecl i Gether with other taxes levied by the i Pleck offered the following government is according to Tion that the service Flag in announcement made by his secret 11101 me Usu Dicj Wuo Iii ecu sub a Jacii Luc Scivique nag in me an announcement maae a ins St to in Bald Eagle Pupil is to Purchase these school auditorium be not disc tary after a consultation Svitlik ing Tro Uriu their the Board of last year until adjustment satisfactory to f United states tax collector of agriculture regarding the use of the Scot As a dressing and preservative on Chicke manure Tobe used As a Fertil Izer l w Lighty farm adviser of the de cliase4 sectional cases for the rooms tie school braid be made on two Mary Pickrom must hand Uncle i part Nerit says i Liere is no data available on the of tie soft tial soot but Biles but Philadelphia county with 55 per cent and Delaware Ond with 45 per cent Lancaster Washington and Somerset each show 40 per cent Lancaster county is let us Hope the superintendent of the railway at moved a Coal car 268 Miles in int three Days last fall is to be it to France As the superintendent the american railways Over there Anc Berks is second with 2086 Milf e Hope he Doest Start for France in ii aders 2030 Chester l983 the four were taken before Justice Logan to House these books Adams Points Viz uniformity in the size of her Check for levied on Talue of tie soit Coal soot to soot of the peace Grafmyer and after a stars on said Flag and to instars be of her1917 earnings a income tax War j carries nitrogen and so does Chicken hearing were fined according to the j a fund of Neavy and sufficient number to represent a Lincome tax1 excess profit Tai and Ottis state police it is unlawful to Nso dip pave by selection punch listed Huq Msj former High school students now Inix Vliem to store nets for catching Iii in any Stream for each school arid requested the service of the to Charlie Chaplin evidently is not the cases to was doubly seconded and Star j them in or shirk moved that the Mously passed spite the Laboured efforts of his i clock starting time now that the red Cross clock deferred to some future superintendent Raker reported High with4334 cars Farmers front of Carma Black is working the motion carried after a enrolment for tie past school inon thl Fiti it Turilli o to i i non managers Vear e of car Altoona 1893 Bucks 1806 Aid mighty convenient the people of Tyron and the Tyne Gas Watere company should not i Spair perhaps the Railroad super att Dent who has been moving that i Allegheny 1745 those travelling along Pennsylvania Avenue to get the Correct time in front i of the Farmers and merchants to station Jal Bank building and the Acklin Dia orking i Kumcu Milci income on which tix is levied tit fortify president Crawford voting ayes 1748 being882 boys and sufi the govern edit messes Fieck and shirk while distributed in the buildings As this Fig tire his Secreti front it Himmelwright and mrs Smith Logan 724 Adams 479 Park 254 highly sat 5s due to i Caplin being jatj0u noted Piper having been cal91 there Are More boys at Adams manure and it is doubtful if it is Wise them manure is very valuable As la fertilizer but the nitrogen in it is in an unstable form and is liable to pass the air As ammonia every Man should have on death of an infant at daughter of Clark arid Gertrude and jewelry store Ever since aljp1jcaton of the truant officer j Are much in the Ascendancy while at ithe real cold snap several weeks ago for an crease of pay was Laid on the Logan it is exactly an equitable Divis United i marriage on his i i who keeps poultry is e i a Supply of acid phosphate and Limen every time tie dropping Board is clean it should be covered with acid i phosphate and All the droppings move should be Well mixed with the Acil i phosphate so As to dry Sefl preserve Otheni this material in itself is one umers have been out of time i since y be sent to superintend the is in Siberia let us Hope eighteenth Eduey of 1518 North Pennsylvania ave the clocks Are certainly appreciated i 1c in Tua Oclock j Aue Tud Evcic Zuj a of the West and most needed fertilizers birthday party on thursday february 28 mrs no Rev m s Derstine Lomas Mcquillen of the fourth grand View cemetery pal celebrated his birthday Aniver Niue died of Maras us Tho baby1101 Only by the Tyrone people hut1 iwas born Friday february 23 fun Many who find time to spend a few Jetral services were held on Friday of Bours in the town i to noon at at the Home conducted were United in marriage Ilic cd Lickei manure the mixture of the peace w f Taylor area Les a very valuable balanced Plant i Tennent in in a most manner Between the sexes the by Vanscoyoc gave report of of attendance was 88 12 with the school Board secret girl being better than the boys in go which he attended of recent to school by 2 12percent Sec at Harrisburg arid save to the boys and 379 girls were present everyone Nappy cou1ie were Fortl for Field and Garden Board several pertinent facts which Hoday eight cases of truancy were Riby ml8s Sumer a sister of tie our gets the soft Coal soot for acquired at the convention ported and 273 instances of tardiness room and Norman Maurer the nothing and there is no harm in giving several cases of truancy were Revere recorded High school has the Groom holds a responsible position Init a thu As a fertilizer because it car ported and he superintendent asked attendance percentage but also is the throne p or shops both or res from two to four per cent nitrogen n venue where recently a fire destroy i i for information As to procedure i a w Templeton decided on wednes iday not to rebuild on South Lincoln i Oil the skating rink tenement House he guilty of the most tardy ones Park instructed to consult with the Tyi Sis the school that Lowers the attend r Friend pc gathered at her Home on id Eagle Avenue and enjoyed the and mrs Sumer Are Well known in whether it is available or not 1 Rone and their Many friends with them cannot Tell do not use it As a Chick i i i i t t in ii Cetl uni Julu Uund ult will 1i1b his Inu tilltlh4 ring the evening hours a number of prognostication made last Lempleton will immediately have a1ct goici1oiand on Case to Vance i surfs Adams has the slightest much Joy and happiness through life Len manure preservative when you r Frienda gathered Ather Honie Nice Ember has come True circuses Willitha away and the ii Naii i permitted to travel next summer j wonderfully beautified by my to arrange to tardy list but has three fits of the most Delight Why delicious and the Small boy and his solicitous the ground into a Lawn Shade Trees Flig according to the he guardian who always thinks it Neces shrubbery and Flower Beds will adorn the year have a perfect preserve Livland need William Irvin one of the recent conned fertilizer in acid phosphate i words in fori Bills were read and orders l granted j scripts to leave for Camp Lee Virginia i 0 tie amount of h1774 for regular has returned Home having been reject Linus Gill company c sooth Field it Hoover order were served Best sary to accompany him arc notified the plot and add much to tie Valuja the War service Board requesting expenses of which 300 was for Coal led on account of a heart affection signal Barracks lamp Lee Virginia Shes for Many Happy returns of Uio that All the Joy has not yet Heen Evlion o Tjie owners Home property 1ho Manul Tralong depart Neni 1o Tho Bill of 1 Vii of Yir extended mrs Mcquillen tracked from life that adjoins i construct tables for the y m c a Hoo for work fat Park was granted which developed since having examined last fall been is spending a few Days furlough with friends in Tyrone

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